The inaugural Clinical Skills Day on Friday 12 June is your opportunity to see Swati Nehete discuss the smart bioactive glass toothpaste.
Swati will talk about the science behind the Biomin toothpaste for sensitivity and remineralisation.
She will also provide a snapshot of how this revolutionary smart bioactive glass toothpaste could truly help your patients.
More about Swati Nehete
Swati Nehete is a senior clinical lecturer in restorative dentistry at Queen Mary University of London, Whitechapel. She has been in the post since 2004 and continues to enjoy teaching prosthetics, prosthodontics and broad restorative dentistry to students. She has good insight into the challenges posed to the dental practitioner. Swati also has a research interest in TM joint dysfunction and bioactive glasses.
Swati undertook prosthetics training at the Eastman Dental Institute. Followed by senior house officer training posts in maxillofacial surgery and restorative dentistry. She has also enjoyed working with influential prosthodontists and doing research with Professor Robert Hill and Dr David Gillam. Swati has been involved with bioactive glasses since 2009. Her brief stint in general practice allowed her to recognise the complexities of providing dental care to the patient community.
Clinical Skills Day
The very first online Clinical Skills Day is on Friday 12 June and is completely free to attend.
Aimed at the whole team, the Clinical Skills Day will focus on latest techniques, increasing revenue and also maximising clinical care. Leading speakers from around the profession will lecture throughout the day on their various topics.
To register to attend for free and view Swati Nehete’s webinar, simply visit www.dentistrystudyclub.com/webinar/clinical-skills-day.