Thank you, Seattle Study Club!

Thank you, Seattle Study Club!

My lecture circuit for 2024 simply couldn’t have gotten off to a better start: I was in Santa Barbara, California, for the Seattle Study Club Symposium and I have one word for the entire experience – A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

I just got back from the USA, where I was the opening clinical keynote speaker for the Seattle Study Club Symposium 2024 and what an honour it was to speak to a room packed with inspiring colleagues that really resonated with my talk “Immune Focused Dentistry – The Missing Link in Healthcare”. I’m passionate about the undeniable connection between oral health and general health – have been for 25 years now! – and it was absolutely incredible to feel the energy and interest in the room regarding this fundamental missing link in healthcare.

Thank you to the extraordinary team at the Seattle Study Club for such an impressive organisation, and in particular to Michael Cohen for your genius vision and kindness. I am grateful to have shared this stage with such incredible people, I am humbled by the feedback and thankful for this opportunity to share the work my team and I do every single day at the White Clinic. That’s a wrap!

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