I flew back from South Africa overnight and after landing in London first thing this morning I headed straight into the capital for some important meetings today.
I’d been in South Africa for a three-day intensive implant course at the world renowned Branemark Institute.
Coincidentally the topic on the agenda for today’s meetings is also implants as I wanted to spend the morning in the offices of the Association of Dental Implantology UK.
The ADI was set up as an educational charity, now in its 25th year, and established specifically for the advancement of education in the field of dental implants.
Their site offers information and advice for both dental professionals and the public alike. You can find out more about the ADI by clicking here.
Because I have a particular interest in implant surgery, I’ve been involved actively with the ADI for eight years now and next month will be honoured to take on the role of president.
There’s been a lot of hard work in preparation for my succession to the presidency and today will be more of the same before I head back to see the team at the Glasgow clinic.
I’m sure they’ll all be keen to know what I discovered during the three day course in South Africa.
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