“This is due to the growing demand from patients for this type of treatment. I attended the sessions at The Avalon on Balham Street in Clapham, and I was glad to find they featured interesting topics.
“The main thing I learned were the aesthetic considerations that should be taken into account when planning implant restorations, and Martin made sure to show us some excellent cases. Both Nik Sisodia and Martin Wanendeya were engaging speakers and were able to keep my attention even after I had spent a long day in clinic.
“I have been able to use what I learned in the studies in my day-to-day practice; in particular, conducting tissue modeling with provisional restoration is now more of a consideration for me.
“I have no qualms about recommending the Ten Dental Study Clubs to other practitioners. It’s great for learning about placing or restoring implants, because it helps broaden your knowledge of the subject.”