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Communicating confidence in 2013

Simpler and better. These two very ordinary words sum up my commitment to my speciality. I want to make it simpler for colleagues to carry out Endodontics with confidence and give patients a better experience. Each year I continue to offer courses both at home and abroad to introduce new techniques to dentists.

This year I have a few trips lined up to such places as Switzerland, Denmark, Holland, Germany, Russia and Ukraine. At home I’m looking forward to speaking to the Gloucester Independent Dentists Group with more lectures lined up as 2013 progresses.

Last year, to mark the 10th anniversary of the Harley Street Centre for Endodontics, we launched the Young Dentist Endodontic Award. We had many applicants who submitted high quality treatments. As judges we had to choose the treatment which showcased most impressively the young dentist’s aptitude, skill and understanding. As a result of looking at so many excellent entries, I know the future of Endodontics is in good hands. Rahul Bose made a worthy first winner and I was very happy to welcome him into the practice for a day so he could watch the team at work.

In 2013, we are running the award again with some wonderful prizes from my friends at Dentsply UK, QED and SybronEndo.

Dentsply Maillefer’s WaveOne reciprocating file system simplifies Endodontics greatly. It has been a huge success worldwide and I am so excited that I have been involved with this wonderful file from inception to market. If you are a dentist, watch this space as there are some new products on the horizon to cover simple to complex cases using both rotary and reciprocating files.

To all my friends, colleagues and patients, I hope you have a great year!

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