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Monday, 14 August 2017 09:48

MicroVision at the BACD

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“In modern dentistry, it is a well known fact that the less you invade the better your results will be,” says Dr Maxim Belograd, who will be giving a lecture entitled, The MicroVision approach in direct and indirect restorations.

Challenge or combination? at this year’s British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD) Annual Conference. “It’s also true that the better you can see, the more precise you can be. These fundamental aspects multiplied with knowledge, passion and skills have been crucial in the creation of a new philosophy of microdentistry – MicroVision.

“During my lecture, I will be discussing with delegates the nuances of modern minimal invasive approaches in both restorative and aesthetic dentistry. I will be discussing techniques that allow us to save sound tissues during preparation and excavation. Alongside this, we will also be covering direct resin restorations and indirect techniques based on the MicroVision philosophy to ensure long-term aesthetic results.”

Dr Belograd’s lecture will be one of many inspiring sessions at the BACD Annual Conference this November, where hundreds of aspiring dental professionals will have the opportunity to come together to learn more about the world of cosmetic dentistry.

To make sure you don’t miss out, save the dates in your diary today!

The BACD Fourteenth Annual Conference 2017

‘FAB – Function, Aesthetics, Biology’

9th – 11th November 2017

The Hilton London Metropole Hotel, London

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