Welsh Dentistry Show – last chance to register
The Welsh Dentistry Show takes place this Friday in the ICC, Newport – make sure you register for free now.
As the first dental show to make its way to Wales since the pandemic, excitement is growing for the first Welsh Dentistry Show.
Featuring an impressive array of power lectures on a variety of clinical topics such as aesthetic dentistry, implant dentistry and digital dentistry as well as a whole range of companies exhibiting at the Dentistry Show Cymru, this is an exhibition you won’t want to miss.
To register for free, simply visit dentistry.co.uk/shows/welsh-dentistry-show.
‘We’re really looking forward to bringing FMC’s Dentistry exhibitions to Wales,’ Leanna Ellis, FMC events director, says.
‘As the first general dental exhibition in south Wales for many years, we anticipate a well attended event.
‘And we’re really looking forward to seeing everybody after so long away. With a great line up of speakers, leading dental companies exhibiting at the show and complimentary coffee, there’s no reason not to come along.’
Welsh Dentistry Show
The full speaker line up for the Welsh Dentistry Show is here. On the day you can hear from a leading line up of speakers about the latest clinical techniques.
- Rhodri Thomas – A journey into aesthetics – creating beauty by recreating nature
- Ben Tighe – An introduction to Guided Biofilm Therapy – the game changer for hygiene rooms
- Emilee Walby – Managing periodondititis with Philips Sonicare
- Craig Mallorie – Are our patients fully informed?
- Barry Oulton – The 20-minute solution to parafunction
- Harry Singh – How to dd an extra £1k per week to your turnover from facial aesthetics.
Register for free at: dentistry.co.uk/shows/welsh-dentistry-show.
Safety measures in place
FMC is doing everything it can to ensure the safety of those attending shows.
- Delegates complete a health and safety risk assessment that includes risks from COVID-19
- Turn people with COVID-19 symptoms away
- Provide hand sanitiser gel throughout show space
- Density/congestion easing where possible or needed – one-way flows, larger aisles between stands, staggered access, signage to influence crowd behaviour
- Increase cleaning of hi-touch surfaces
- Encourage mask wearing in crowded places
- Have a stock of disposable face coverings for attendees
- Ask delegates not to attend if they are unwell or are self-isolating
- Behaviour guidance signage including:
- Wash your hands, wear a face covering in crowded spaces, keep space between other delegates and exhibitors, look out for and observe any restrictions or requests set by individual exhibitors, no hand-shaking or hugging
As a delegate at our exhibitions your safety is our highest priority. We want you to feel comfortable and secure when you visit any one of our shows.
As a minimum we will follow all the local government coronavirus guidance. As well as adding our own extra safety measures too.
We look forward to welcoming you back to one of our exhibitions very soon.
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