Trends & Innovations in Dentistry: New Speaker & Early Bird Rate

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Have you signed up for Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing for Dental Materials? The three day course starts September 25, and features thought leaders like Steven K. Pollack, Ph.D., and his session, Digital Light Synthesis, The De Facto Standard for the Dental Industry.

In the session, you’ll learn how to:

  • Make sense of the regulatory landscape for 3D printed dental applications
  • Understand advances in digital dentistry driven by software, dependable printer technologies and better materials
  • Uncover how advancements influence both dental laboratories and patient experience

Steven K. Pollack, Ph.D., Senior Staff Research Scientist, Carbon

When you sign up today through August 17, you’ll take advantage of our special early bird rate (45 percent savings). Other speakers include Menno Pot, Senior Application Technology Engineer for Dental 3D Systems and Samuel Wainwright, Dental Product Manager, Formlabs.

Trends & Innovations in Dentistry and 3D Printing kicks off September 25

Want to learn more about the influence of 3D printing on the future of industries? 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 advanced materials to get started learning right away!

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