MIS organises its first international congress

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MIS congress: Premier gathering to discuss advances in minimally invasive dentistry

MIS has a rich history of supporting previous international congresses on minimum intervention dentistry. (Image: Matej Kastelic/Shutterstock)

Thu. 4. April 2024


MADRID, Spain: The International Society for Minimum Intervention Dentistry (MIS) has recently announced that it will be holding its first international congress on 29 June at the headquarters of the Colegio Oficial de Odontólogos y Estomatólogos de la Primera Región, the official association for dental professionals in the Community of Madrid. The prestigious event promises to be an exceptional gathering of oral healthcare professionals from around Europe and is dedicated to exploring the principles of minimum intervention oral care and to delivering minimally invasive operative dentistry to patients.

The MIS congress will feature a comprehensive scientific programme focusing on the latest advances and research in holistic minimum intervention oral care and minimally invasive operative dentistry. Well-known experts in the field will present cutting-edge techniques, share insights and showcase innovative approaches to preventing and managing dental caries, focusing on both the individual tooth and the whole patient.

The event will offer a unique opportunity for oral healthcare professionals to engage in interactive discussions and network with colleagues. Breaks have been strategically planned to foster discussions, providing attendees with the perfect opportunity to exchange ideas and establish valuable professional connections with fellow participants and the highly respected speakers.

“This face-to-face event is a prime opportunity for enthusiasts of minimum intervention oral care and minimally invasive operative dentistry to broaden their expertise. It is also a fantastic chance for participants to learn more about the MIS and connect with global experts and each other, helping to shape the field of future oral healthcare,” said Dr Avijit Banerjee, professor of cariology and operative dentistry at King’s College London.

For more details and to register, visit www.miscongress2024.com.

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