Published On: October 10 , 2023Categories: Uncategorized

Valencia Conference Centre is hosting the 52nd International Conference of the Spanish Society of Stomatological and Aesthetic Prosthesis (SEPES)

The conference will be held from 12 to 14 October 2023

The event, which returns to Valencia Conference Centre for the second time, promises to be a milestone in the world of dentistry, gathering more than 3000 professionals of more than 10 different nationalities. Under the slogan “We’re already digital, what’s next?”, the conference focused on the role of advanced technology and the digital tools in modern dentistry and how they influence patients’ health and smiles, as well as their emotional wellbeing.

Dr Vicente Farga Monzó, president of the Conference, explains that the aim is to “present, debate and learn at what clinical and scientific point dentistry is currently at”. More than 70 renowned national and international lecturers will be offering a multidisciplinary programme that will address the transition and coexistence of state-of-the-art analogue and digital methods in the dental profession.

As a new feature in this edition in Valencia, apart from the conference speeches, Industry Symposium sessions and sponsored workshops, there will be the opportunity to hold after-work meetings or lunch symposiums, which guests can attend to see a dynamic presentation of products in a relaxed atmosphere with a cocktail party feel. In addition, from this edition, the congress has a new App where attendees will be able to find all the information, registration, accommodation bookings, workshop reservations, social events, updated programme and schedule in one place. It can be downloaded here.

It is worth highlighting the symbolism of the congress logo which “shows, firstly, the “S”, the abbreviation representing SEPES, on a background of colours, in which the organisation wanted to capture the colours of our land, our orange trees, the shoots of the rice fields and the red and white tones of Valencian wines. Warm colours of the sand of the beaches, aquamarine colours representative of our coastline and two of the city’s most emblematic buildings,” says Dr Farga. Would you like to find out more about the conference? Click here