Haifa Brings Excellence to Tel Aviv

18 June, 2015

The Moria Specialist Clinic in Haifa initiates a professional, experiential event at the “HaBima” Theater

More than 500 dentists gathered in Tel Aviv last Thursday (June 18th, 2015) for a unique dentistry conference on  "Striving for Excellence of the Smile Line",  that took place at the “HaBima” National Theater, which opened its doors to dental medicine for the first time.

The conference, for which plans had been underway for about a year, was initiated by Dr. Bernard Dahan, to mark the 30th anniversary of the Moria Specialist Clinic in Haifa, where an emphasis on “Excellence” has guided the clinic since its inception. The conference was attended by dentists, hygienists and assistants from all over the country. For the Haifa participants, a shuttle was organized that left early in the morning from Haifa to Tel Aviv.

The conference hosted two of the most prominent lecturers in the field of dental aesthetics: Prof. Galip Gurel of Istanbul and Prof. Nitzan Bichacho of Tel Aviv (formerly of Haifa). The two lecturers appeared together and presented an interactive lecture on their theory of "Aesthetic Reconstruction of the Smile Line."

Dr. Dahan opened the conference with the lecture "Excellence - Born Talent or Acquired Trait?" He continued by presenting his credo in the field of Oral Implantology in the smile line.

Prof. Gurel and Prof. Bichacho jointly presented cutting-edge dental technologies to achieve maximum aesthetics in the smile line.

One of the most fascinating moments of the conference was in a lecture by Dr. Orit Wolf, an international pianist, who revealed the harmony between leadership, excellence and creativity through music. The audience enjoyed both the musical aspect and the message conveyed in the lecture, expressed through the captivating personality of Dr. Wolf.

The conference, born as an idea to celebrate 30 years of the Moria Specialist Clinic, ultimately created a social, artistic, and scientific experience that will be remembered for a long time, and certainly brought dentistry to the pinnacle of "dental art".

The power of passion and the striving for excellence