Wimpole Street Dental Clinic share knowledge at prestigious German university

In an exemplary display of their commitment to dental education, Professor Dr Christian Mehl of Wimpole Street Dental Clinic, along with Professor Dr Harder, recently travelled to Northern Germany to teach at the renowned Christian-Albrechts-University at Kiel. 

Over an intensive two-day course, they instructed final-year clinical students on diagnosing dental diseases and planning complex oral rehabilitations, including the use of implants.

Professor Dr Mehl said,

“As a dental professional, I believe that sharing our knowledge and expertise with the next generation is not just a responsibility but a privilege. Teaching at institutions like Christian-Albrechts-University allows us to equip future dentists with the skills and insights necessary to provide exceptional patient care and keeps us in touch with the next generation.”

The course covered a comprehensive range of modern dental practices, from photography and X-ray interpretation to aesthetic guidelines and immediate implants. Special emphasis was placed on clinical and scientific evidence, ensuring that students were not only learning advanced techniques but also understanding the underlying principles that support these practices.

Professor Mehl, a specialist in prosthodontics and dental implant surgery, and Professor Harder, known for his expertise in dental education, provided invaluable insights into the latest advancements in dental technology and treatment planning. Their participation underscores Wimpole Street Dental Clinic’s dedication to excellence in dentistry, both in practice and in education.

Professor Dr Mehl spoke of the importance of giving back to the next generation of dentists,

“It’s important because it ensures that the latest scientific advancements and clinical practices are disseminated widely, fostering a culture of continuous improvement and excellence in dentistry. By educating these young professionals, we help raise the standard of care globally, benefiting patients and advancing the field as a whole.”

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