The BDIA is looking forward to welcoming laboratory owners, dental technicians and CDTs to its Tech Show at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 16 - 17 May.
Tech Show will bring together a combination of expert speakers, live demonstrations and presentations, along with a range of the key manufacturers and suppliers in the sector who will be displaying their very latest products and equipment.
Edmund Proffitt, BDIA Policy and Public Affairs Director commented, “Tech Show probably offers the widest scope of any technician-facing event in the UK for many years. It will feature around 20 lecturers and 35 presentations and live demonstrations over two days, including international speakers such as Dr Christian Coachman, Dr John Besford and Ruth Bourke”.
Tech Show has been specifically organised with input from partner organisation the Dental Technologists Association (DTA) to appeal to the widest range of interests, with each day being themed around a specific area; Friday, 16 May will feature advances in prosthetics, whilst Saturday, 17 May will focus on advances in restorative dentistry.
Covering everything from denture making, crown and bridge build-up, implant planning, use of composites and working as part of a dynamic team alongside clinical colleagues, to the advent of CAD/CAM, digital printing and how to successfully integrate digital techniques into an existing laboratory set up, Tech Show will provide a diverse platform to suit all technicians and CDTs, regardless of levels of experience or expertise.
Entrance to Tech Show is free, with free parking for all our visitors and for those coming to Coventry by train there will be a free hourly shuttle bus from Coventry station to Ricoh Arena. Delegates wanting to come to the show can register online at www.dentaltechshow.com
BDIA Tech Show will take place in the Jaguar Hall, Ricoh Arena, Coventry on 16 & 17 May 2014 and will start with a key note presentation each morning from 9.30 to 11.00am. The show runs from 11.00am to 5.00pm on Friday 16 May and from 11.00am to 4.30pm on Saturday 17 May. More details are available at www.dentaltechshow.com
The British Dental Industry Association (BDIA) is a non-profit making organisation which means that any surplus funds generated from its activities are ploughed back into dentistry either directly or by supporting and working with other professional dental bodies.