Between the 18 and the 24 of March, during the American Spring Break Season, it was held at the New York University the Implant and Esthetic Week for International Dentist with a speakers line up of all respect.
In fact, Maurice Salama, Christian Coachman, Steven Chu and Galip Gurel among others were part of this extraordinary week of dental education.
The Agnini Brothers were the italian delegates and they did a full day lecture on Innovations in a Modern Clinical Practice: Management communication and implementation of the esthetic and functional rehabilitation.
The NYU College of Dentistry is the third oldest and the largest dental school in the United States, educating nearly 10 percent of our nation’s dentists. The College has nearly 1,900 students in its various pre- and postdoctoral programs from all over the United States and 40 foreign countries. Nearly 50 percent of all currently enrolled students are women and minorities.
NYU Dentistry offers specialty training in the following dental specialty areas: endodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, orthodontics, pediatric dentistry, periodontics, and prosthodontics, as well as in implant dentistry; conducts an extensive continuing education program; and is home to the only dental school-affiliated dental hygiene program in New York State