Last month, the annual conference of the British Association of Cosmetic Dentistry took place in London. Among notable topics discussed were lectures devoted to the subject of dental ceramics.
The conference was a whole-day event focused on improving British dentists’ cosmetic dentistry skills and helping them better their clinical choices.
Among those in attendance were cosmetic dentists andprosthodontists from as far away as New York City and California. Many attendees and speakers were also extremely notable academically, having published in peer-reviewed journals and contributed to textbooks on the topics like implant dentistry, dental aesthetic and prosthodontics. One peer-reviewed journal prominently represented at the conference was the high-profile Journal of Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry, one of whose editorial-board members was a key-note speaker.
Notable too was the number of American attendees and speakers who are faculty members at prominent U.S. cosmetic dentistry schools, including the Eastman Dental Institute and Global Institute for Dental Education. Many attendees and speakers had also received training in advanced implant-aesthetics and