It is our pleasure to inform you about new funding opportunity. SCAD has established the VITA Award for the best posters in clinical and research category, related to color and appearance in esthetic dentistry. US/international applicants are eligible for the awards.
New opportunities for laboratory technicians: funding, recognition & continuing education
SCAD is conducting a competition for excellence in dental technology in 2019:
Color Matching Curriculum & Dental Color Matcher
Color Matching Curriculum (CMC) is a half-day continuing education module for dental students and dental professionals created by SCAD. It consists of the following segments:
Ask the Expert a question about color
Answers to questions regarding color or appearance in dentistry by a panel of experts which include Drs. John Powers, William Johnston, Edward Swift and Stephen Westland.
The Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry (SCAD) was founded in 2008 as a consortium of dental professionals and other experts interested in this area of aesthetic dentistry specifically related to scientific investigation and application of color and appearance in dentistry. The SCAD goals are as follows:
- To serve as a uniting force in the profession by promoting and fostering greater awareness for color and appearance in dentistry;
- To advance multidisciplinary collaboration and discovery among industrial and institutional researchers, clinicians, laboratory technicians and others with an interest in color and appearance in dentistry;
- To create and implement educational and training programs on color and appearance for dental professionals and students;
- To promote dental health for the general public through the advanced art and science of color and appearance in dentistry.