FMC is pleased to introduce the East of England Dentistry Show, a dedicated show for all dental care professionals in the East of England.
It will be taking place at East of England Arena in Peterborough on Saturday 1 October. The first of its kind, the East of England Dentistry Show is expected to be the largest dental event of 2022 in the area.
In addition, the day promises to bring key brands, leading speakers and the latest topics in dentistry for every member of the practice team.
With something there for everyone, it is perfect for all dental professionals who are keen to develop their knowledge and invest in their practice towards a better future.
And best of all, the event is completely free to attend.
Register today at dentistry.co.uk/shows/east-of-england to save your place!
‘After popular demand, we’re so excited to finally be bringing an FMC dental show to the East of England,’ said Leanna Ellis, events director at FMC.
‘It’s set to be a great day for all members of the dental team with a great line-up of speakers and leading dental companies.
‘We’re looking forward to seeing new and familiar faces. Make sure you register now for free!’
Alison Large – Managing patient expectations
Alison Large graduated from Newcastle Dental School in 1999. After this she worked in general practice for over 10 years, initially in the north east of England before relocating to Oxfordshire.
She gained an MFGDP diploma in 2007, has been a vocational trainer and has also provided mentoring.
In addition, Alison joined the DDU in 2008 and currently works as a full-time Dentolegal adviser.
On her lecture, she commented: ‘While the circumstances surrounding the care of individual patients will vary enormously, one common theme faced by dental professionals, in aiming to achieve satisfactory outcomes is the need to try to manage expectations.
‘Good communication and a team-based approach are key components of this fundamental aspect of a patient’s experience.
‘This presentation will focus on the importance of everyone delivering a clear and consistent message when attempting to manage patient expectations.
Alison hoped delegates take away from her lecture:
- A better understanding of the importance of managing patients’ expectations
- An appreciation of how the information provided to patients may influence their expectations
- An acknowledgement of the role of the dental team in accurate and consistent messaging to better manage patients’ expectations.
What’s on at the East of England Dentistry Show?
We are bringing a leading line-up of lectures and speakers, with up to seven hours of CPD on offer.
More speakers will also be announced closer to the time. Keep checking dentistry.co.uk/shows/east-of-england to find out who’s been added.
In the meantime, here’s a selection of the line up already announced:
Clinical Dentistry Theatre
- Wail Girgis and Deepesh Patel – Impossible cases – who you gonna call and the right time to refer
- Professor Avijit Banerjee – Advanced Minimum Intervention Restorative Dentistry – it’s time to build back together!
- Elisabeth Smallwood, Amar Mehta and Puneet Patel – Mission impossible: when to say no from a periodontic and endodontic perspective
- Nik Sethi – Digital workflow with anterior ceramic restorations.
Private Dentistry Theatre
- Justin Leigh – Improve your patient consultations to grow your private practice
- Mark Topley – Why your team needs you to be a great boss and how to become one
- Sarah Weston – My career with Mydentist.
To register and attend the East of England Dentistry Show for free, visit dentistry.co.uk/shows/east-of-england.
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