September is right around the corner — and our three-day showcase, Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing for Dental Materials, starts September 25. In the interactive 3-day 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.
When you sign up today through August 17, you’ll take advantage of our special early bird rate (45 percent savings).
We are continuing to confirm speakers to present alongside a roster of thought leaders, including Menno Pot, Senior Application Technology Engineer for Dental 3D Systems, who will present his session, Materials, Dental Markets and the Investment Perspective, on day three of the course.
Sign up now through August 17 for Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing for Dental Materials at our early bird rate (45 percent savings). You can also check out our other fall classes, 3D Printing in Metal and 3D Printing with Polymers, starting in September and October, respectively. We’re offering special early bird rates for each class. In addition to savings, early sign ups will get access to advance materials to get started learning right away!
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