DENTIST SEMINAR HAS ECONOMIC BITE

DENTIST SEMINAR HAS ECONOMIC BITE

MORE than 120 dentists will converge on the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre for the acclaimed Economics of Life in Dentistry seminar in May.

The Dental Solution Australia presentation is sponsored by Dental Partners and will feature Dr Omer Reed (pictured).

Currently serving in the faculty at the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Procedures, Dr Reed is a pioneer in the industry and is licensed to practice in a host of international locations including Tanzania, East Africa, the Islands of the Pacific Rim and the US.

He is the founder and principal of several well received lecture series and is a recent recipient of the annual Achievement Award from the Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity, the world’s largest international dental fraternity.

Open to all Australian practitioners, participation in the seminar will also contribute a certified eight hours Continuing Professional Development (CPD) towards the minimum 60 hours required of dental professionals for registration by Dental Board of Australia.

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