Many say digital dentistry has revolutionised the dental profession in recent years and, for students currently studying at dental school, it is thought it will be the way in which they deliver outstanding care in the future.
That is the principal reason the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD) has encouraged dental students across the country to take part in its Rising Star Essay competition earlier this year.
The results are now in.
After receiving a wide range of excellent essays, the BACD declared itself delighted to congratulate Hemani Bubber from the University of Birmingham on winning first place. Submitting an “in-depth and insightful” essay, Hemani impressed the panel with her knowledgeable discussion on modern digital technology and cosmetic techniques. She wins a complimentary place at this year’s BACD Annual Conference and a year’s BACD Student Membership.
Congratulations are also in order for Sana Askary from University College Cork, Sahil Patel, from the University of Bristol, and Lydia Sharples from Leeds Dental School who are this year’s runners up.
The BACD said it is “excited and encouraged” by the level of knowledge and understanding displayed in all of this year’s submissions.
For more information visit www.bacd.com