The Association of Dental Implantology presents its Members’ National Forum 2017
On 25th November at Manchester Central the Association of Dental Implantology (ADI) will present its Members’ National Forum 2017. Amongst the speakers will be Aly Virani (above).
Aly said: “The ADI Members’ National Forum provides a rare opportunity in the dental implant events calendar to attend an educational day run by dental implantologists for dental implantologists.
“It’s one of the few one-day events that cover a wide range of topics by experts in their fields. It also caters for all members of the team, as well as for those starting out with dental implants and more experienced surgeons – everyone will benefit.
“I think one of the greatest benefits of ADI membership is that it connects dental implant professionals with like-minded colleagues. ADI events such as the Members’ National Forum offer the perfect opportunity to meet with friends and make new acquaintances, expanding networks to provide an invaluable source of support. This, as well as the various ADI study clubs and focus meetings, gives members the chance to try their hands at speaking while also learning from each other.”
Dr Avik Danapat will also be speaking during the event. He commented: “I think the ADI is an excellent organisation both for member clinicians and for the betterment of implant dentistry as a whole in the UK. It brings many professionals with similar interests together and I believe this is very much needed in modern dentistry.
“My session at the ADI Members’ National Forum will highlight the pitfalls, the benefits and the disadvantages of guided implant surgery. It will be most appropriate for clinicians with more experience in the field, as I hope to help develop their understanding of what guided surgery can do and what its limitations are.”
Dr Jason Buglass will be providing “An Introduction to Osseodensification”.
He explained: “I will be discussing a brand new, completely different way of manipulating bone. Instead of removing bone, as we typically would in dental implantology, I will explore how we can displace it instead. There are a lot of comments about this technique on social media at the moment and my presentation will give delegates a brief overview of what’s involved so they may form their own judgements about it.
“I think the ADI Members’ National Forum is a very useful event – it provides an opportunity to meet new people and offers a good overview of new techniques, technologies and ideas in the dental implant field. I like that you can also pick and choose which sessions to attend, tailoring your learning experience according to your own interests.”
For more information about the Members’ National Forum visit www.adi.org.uk/forum17