Three practicing clinicians will join Celso Da Costa, Head of the Swiss Dental Academy and Dr. Neha Dixit, EMS Senior Scientific & Clinical Affairs Manager, to discuss the future of dentistry. Each clinician brings a unique perspective on their specialty within dentistry, and together they provide insight on how to prepare your practice and team for the future of dentistry.
Enjoy a truly interactive roundtable webinar experience.
Have your questions ready !!!
A huge thank you to Dr. Steffen Rieger, Dr. Victoria Sampson, and Thuy Vu for sharing their expertise and opinions!
Release date: Saturday 8th January, 2022, 05:00 PM
Dr. Steffen Rieger M.Sc.
Steffen Rieger is a private practitioner in Reutlingen, Germany. His degree and doctorate are from the University of Tübingen, Germany. He completed a three-year postgraduate Master program in periodontology and peri-implant-therapy at the University of Freiburg, Germany. In addition to his work as dentist in a private practice focused on periodontology and prophylaxis, he is active in dental education for dentists and dental assistants. He absolved a certificate program as e-learning developer at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. As a teletutor, he supports Master-students at the University of Freiburg, where he also works as guest doctor in research (f.e. modern methods of dental education).
Dr. Victoria Sampson
Dr Victoria Sampson obtained her Bachelor in Dental Surgery from Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, where she was also chosen to represent the UK in a four month training program at the renowned Karolinska Institute in Sweden. She then completed her Foundation Training in central London, ranking in the top 100 newly qualified dentists in the country. Victoria endeavors to deliver the highest standard of care to her patients through sound academic knowledge and good communication skills. She is particularly passionate about encompassing all aspects of health into achieving a healthy and aesthetically pleasing mouth. Victoria pays particular attention to the connection between the mouth and the rest of the body, and sees the mouth as a mirror of general health. She uses biomarkers and inflammatory markers in her work to diagnose and monitor patients throughout their treatment, often working with other specialties to treat patients as a whole. She is currently in the process of creating one of the first oral microbiome panels to aid dentists in diagnosing microbiome dysbiosis and dental disease. Victoria takes a preventative approach to dentistry, attempting to make treatment as minimally invasive as possible. This has allowed her to be an ambassador for some of the largest dental companies as well as consult for companies on their scientific and clinical advisory boards.
Continuou development and growth in my profession is the key to my lasting dedication and passion for dental hygiene.
Being on top of my game and constantly keeping myself updated is key to ensuring my patients receive high quality and appropriate services – beneficial for not only my clients but also personally. I value and appreciate the joy of doing a high-quality job. It gives me great personal joy to seek new knowledge within my field and improve my skill set.
I believe the key to success is continuous education and professional immersion.