Brand new for 2020, we are proud to announce the Digital Dentistry Acceleration Forum - a space for Lab Owners and Clinicians to come together with the leaders of Tech to collaborate and discuss how we make the most of the digital opportunities.
New for 2020! The Digital Dentistry Acceleration Forum
Why have we created the DDAF?
Digital Dentistry offers a massive return on investment to Dental Laboratories looking at incorporating the digital workflow.
However, this transition requires a high level of understanding of equipment, and of how each component interacts with the other.
This is why The Dental Technology Showcase has partnered up with Henry Schein, Ivoclar Vivadent and 3Shape to bring you the DDAF.
The forum is here to help labs purchase the right equipment and to facilitate discussions on the challenges they may face in their digital transformation.
How will it work?
There will be 6 sessions over the 2 days. With around 80 leading clinicians and technicians taking part in this discussion.
Rather than following the traditional route of seminars/lectures, we want to focus this forum on interaction between Clinicians and Technicians.
We will set an agenda with each partner (eg. How do we make the most of the digital workflow) and personally invite leading clinicians and technicians to the discussion. There will be a pre-set seating plan to ensure discussion between clinicians and technicians.
Participation in these sessions is Invite Only, therefore if you would like to attend please get in touch with the DTS team.
How can you get involved?
We have created the forum for conversation, now we require companies to supply workflow and expertise.
We still have a limited number of spaces surrounding the Digital Dentistry Acceleration Forum. We are looking for companies that supply equipment, materials, software, scanners, printers and CADCAM solutions to help our audience catapult into 2020 Dentistry.
Get in touch with Harry on 020 7348 1846 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to find the best option for your business now.