Alif Moosajee lecturing at the BSDHT Conference


  Posted by: Dental Design      4th November 2021

The flagship event of the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy (BSDHT), this year’s show will take place at the SEC in Glasgow on November 26-27.

“I am so excited to be lecturing at the BSDHT. It is a Congress that I thoroughly enjoy to be part of as it is so well organised and I think it adds such a great amount of value to both hygienists and therapists. I am normally invited to lecture on clinical topics but this is an excellent extension of utilising my experience as the Principal of a practice bringing in a new technology and watching how not only the clinician but also the wider team have been so involved in utilising it to improve the patient’s journey and overall experience. 

“The iTero scanner is a fantastic tool for scanning but more importantly for patient communication. It allows the patient to really get on board with the treatment that we recommend but also allows the team to get on board and really understand how we are able to look after our patients using the most cutting edge dental techniques available to us now. Advances in the iTero technology have brought about the NIRI functionality which improves our ability to visualise dental disease like decay and directly communicate that to our patient in a way that allows them to really understand the problem that they have so that they are asking us for the solution rather than us providing one that they can’t relate to nor want. 

“Digital scanning has proved itself to be so valuable in modern dental practice used by dentists, therapists, hygienists and nurses for the betterment of their patients’ treatments and experiences. I look forward to BSDHT delegates joining me to find out more about what the digital revolution is bringing to practice and to the team approach to dentistry, and how their patients can benefit from this fantastic tool.  Five iTero scanners should be available for delegates to obtain their first hands-on experience – and can’t wait for everyone to see how intuitive and simple it is to learn how to scan.”

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