Last weekend, from 9 to 11 February, the VIII International Congress of Aligners (ALIGNEA) took place at the Ávila conference centre. Orthodontics is an area in constant evolution, which requires keeping up to date, and that is why our two orthodontists, Ana and Raquel, came to soak up the latest developments in the field and continue learning from the cases and clinical protocols presented by the speakers.
Among others, this edition featured presentations by Sandra Tai, Chris Chang, Patricia Vergara, Eva Mayo and Susana Palma, among others, whose reputation precedes them in the field of invisible orthodontics, and a workshop on micro-screw placement.
From this type of meeting our dentists, who are exclusively practicing dentistry in the invisible orthodontics in Murcia The key points that stand out are not only the knowledge that is gained from them, but also the encouragement of companionship and the motivation that they generate, as well as the renewed desire to continue learning and putting into practice more treatment options to resolve the most complicated cases once back at our dental clinic in Murcia.
The direct relationship with other colleagues in the profession and putting a face, voice and hands to people with whom a relationship of mutual learning and companionship is forged through the networks is always a positive point for this type of experience.