Lunch time learning with Linda Greenwall. TOOTH WHITENING UPDATE.

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Lunch time learning with Linda Greenwall. TOOTH WHITENING UPDATE, WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

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Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity. This course would normally be chargeable but as a Rodericks dentist it will be provided free of charge!!

Speaker: Dr Linda Greenwall BDS (Rand) MGDS, RCS (Eng), MSc (LONDON), MRD RCS (UK) FFGDP (UK) Specialist in Restorative Dentistry and Specialist in Prosthodontics

Dr Greenwall is an international lecturer and an authority on tooth whitening, aesthetic dentistry and practice management.

As well as running a multidisciplinary private practice in Hampstead, London, where she works with a specialist team in the practice (endodontist, periodontist, implant surgeon, oral surgeon and orthodontist), she is a past Chair for the Alpha Omega Society (2012/13), Editor-in-Chief of the journal Aesthetic Dentistry Today, and is past President of the Metropolitan London Branch of the British Dental Association (2015/2016).

In March 2016 she was awarded the FMC Award for Outstanding Contribution to Dentistry. Her first book, Bleaching Techniques in Restorative Dentistry, won the award for Best New Dental Book in 2001 – the new edition of this book, Tooth Whitening Techniques, was published in May 2017. Her book Success Strategies for the Aesthetic Dental Practice was published by Quintessence in 2011.

She has written many papers for scientific journals. In June 2017 she was honoured by the Queen in her birthday honours to receive the British Empire Medal for her Service to Dentistry in the UK and Abroad. The medal ceremony was held on 17 November 2017 at the Tower of London.

In 2011, Dr Greenwall established the Dental Wellness Trust Charity which has the motto “Oral Health through Dental Wellness.” The charity runs innovate oral health programmes to the less fortunate Communites and reaches 10 000 children daily in the townships of South Africa.

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