On Demand Webinar3D-Diagnostik in der zahnärztlichen Chirurgie: Planung und minimalinvasive Techniken. Teil 3
Dr. med. dent. Henrik-Christian Carl Hollay
The seminar was to be held from 10 to 11 January at the Grand Millennium Sukhumvit, a five-star hotel located in Bangkok's central Watthana District. The company had invited a number of international speakers, including renowned oral surgeon Dr. Fred Bergmann from Germany and Prof. Fumihiko Watanabe from the Nippon Dental University in Japan, to hold lectures and hands-on courses.
"As the Thai government is still very concerned about inhabitants' safety and of hygiene conditions, we do not want the attendees to take any risk," International Marketing Director Robert P. Gregoire told Dental Tribune ONLINE. "Our priority is to support our Thai office and our personnel there to repair the damages and move on."
General Manager of Acteon Thailand and seminar project leader Junichi Wakabayashi said that participants who have completed the registration procedure for the seminar will receive a full refund of their registration fees.
According to the latest figures from the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation in Thailand, more than 500 people have died since the flooding began in July. The catastrophe could also have a severe impact on the country's already strained political and economic system, experts say