Want to learn how 3D printing is changing the dental industry as we know it?
Our three-day showcase, Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing for Dental Materials, runs from September 25 to September 27. In the interactive online course, you’ll join leaders in the dental industry who will share the latest innovations and trends in digital dentistry. In addition to the live sessions and Q&A, you’ll have access to ongoing discussions through the online classroom.
The showcase is one of three educational programs kicking off this fall, including 3D Printing in Metal, where you’ll learn the process of 3D printing in metal fromdesign through execution, and 3D Printing with Polymers, where over three weeks, you’ll learn the key principles of 3D printing with the most widely used material in the industry.
What are you waiting for? We’re offering a special early bird rate for the conference. When you register now ($149 – a 35 percent discount), you’ll get immediate access to bonus materials from past courses so you can start learning about innovation in digital dentistry today! Act soon; the early bird discount is only valid through August 17.
We’ll announce our first speakers soon. Stay tuned!
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