‘Rules and Discovery’: the British Orthodontic Conference 2023 launches

16 May, 2023 / infocus
 Will Peakin  

Registration is now open for the 2023 British Orthodontic Conference. Do not, urged the organisers, miss the largest event in the UK dedicated to all dental professionals with an interest in orthodontics.

This year’s theme is ‘Rules and Discovery’ – the conference will be situated in the heart of Westminster, “where rules have been made and broken for almost a thousand years,” they noted in a statement.

At the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster, between 28 – 30 September, there is a line-up of hugely respected speakers from the UK and around the world including Paul McKenna, Sebastian Baumgaertel, Simon Graf, Rishma Shah, Flavia Artese and James Andrews, Linda Greenwall, Jason Smithson, Andrew DiBiase and Ama Johal.

The prestigious Northcroft Memorial Lecture will be delivered by Sebastian Baumgaertel, on Orthodontic Miniscrews: Bridging the ‘Science-Practice Gap’. Sebastian will also be delivering a hands-on workshop on the same topic with a strictly limited number of spaces.

Paul McKenna, PhD, the international best-selling author and hypnotherapist will be presenting to the conference, which is sure to be a highlight.

The organisers said that many particularly look forward to the BOC socials and in 2023 “we have pulled out all the stops.” The Gala is being held at the world renowned Science Museum.

The QEII Conference Centre will be hosting the exclusive banquet with views towards the Houses of Parliament and it takes place just over the road from Westminster Abbey, site of the recent coronation.

Trevor Hodge, Chair of the British Orthodontic Conference Committee said: “I’m looking forward to bringing the conference back to London and we cannot wait to welcome everyone.”

To book, please visit https://www.bos.org.uk/boc2023/

An early bird discount is available for all bookings made before 30th June and a combined team rate is on offer too so that the whole team can come along, learn a lot and have fun.

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