Virtual study club success for South East Asia
EthOss’s first virtual regional study club meeting for South East Asia gave audiences the chance to connect online and hear from two prominent local clinicians, providing valuable learning and development opportunities despite the ongoing challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
With a focus on the re-emergence of synthetics in grafting, the event saw two experienced periodontists, Dr Renukanth Raman and Dr Lau Guat Syin, deliver presentations looking at a variety of cases with EthOss® before answering questions from the audience.
Dr Paul Harrison, co-founder of EthOss, said: “We were proud to host the first virtual regional study club meeting for South East Asia recently, marking another way we at EthOss are ensuring our customers around the world can stay connected despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
“The EthOss Academy and Study Clubs provide practitioners with a great insight into our product and its applications, and these events have played a key role in our work to educate and inspire dentists around the world to do things differently.
“Of course, in today’s difficult climate when we are unable to travel to see and meet our colleagues face-to-face, we have needed to adapt and I’m proud to say this inaugural virtual study club proved to be a great success and something we will most certainly be doing again.”
For more information about EthOss’s programme of webinars and online events, visit https://ethoss.dental/webinars/