An evening with Dr Skip Truitt, world renowned clinician and lecturer in Orthopaedics, Orthodontics, TMD and airway obstruction

The open your eyes tour coming to the UK in February 2019

We will be running a series of FREE* two-hour evening lectures in February 2019 to give you the opportunity to hear Dr Truitt speak on topics from his 6-course programme from the Clinical Foundation for Orthopaedics and Orthodontics. The evening will give you an insight into Skip’s philosophy of treatment and qualifies for 2 hours of verifiable CPD (certificate supplied on the night). This really is a must-see lecture if you have any interest in orthodontics or orthopaedics and is open to all dental professionals.

Pre-booking is essential, act fast to secure your place as numbers are limited and will be given on a first come first served basis.

Registration for each event is from 6.30pm (tea, coffee and biscuits provided) with the lecture running from 7 – 9pm. There will be an opportunity to network and ask further questions after the lecture.

Dates and venues are as follows:

Date City Venue
Tue 5th Feb London Sheraton Heathrow
Wed 6th Feb Southampton Hilton – Aegis Bowl
Thu 7th Feb Birmingham Hyatt Regency Hotel
Mon 11th Feb Liverpool Hilton – City Centre
Tue 12th Feb Manchester Double Tree by Hilton, Manchester Piccadilly
Wed 13th Feb Leeds Hilton – Leeds
Thu 14th Feb Cambridge Hilton – Cambridge City Centre

Book now
by calling John Marchant on 0121 7020450, e-mailing or via our website

“Dr Truitt is the single best teacher I have ever encountered. His formidably lucid, perfectly crafted lectures make you wonder why dental school was never like this. There is a deep satisfaction in applying his fully integrated approach to orthodontic correction, which insists on the value of protecting the T.M.J., enhancing facial aesthetics and improving function. Our patients deserve nothing less”

Martin McAleese B.Dent,

Newry, N. Ireland

* £50 fee will be charged for non-attendance if you book and don’t attend. No charge if cancelled up to 28 days before the event