Leeds solicitors, Cohen Cramer made sure that they would be remembered at the NEC Dentistry Show in Birmingham this Month. Going against the traditional rules of cavity concern the team gave out enticing ice creams, including the full works of strawberry sauce and flakes.
Health conscious dentists let down their guard and made sure they indulged whilst engaging with the law firms specialist Dental Team. Their plan to stand out certainly paid off as they became the most visited stand of the day.
The Dentistry Show attracts masses of dentistry professionals each year, eager to share their experiences with others and learn new techniques. Cohen Cramer Solicitors saw it as a great opportunity to network and demonstrate a full range of legal services available in the growing field of dental health care. During the event, innovative ideas were explored, including the use of Botulinum Toxin and advanced teeth whitening techniques. The Dental Implant Business (DIO) also gave a first ever live demonstration of implant surgery, using their immediate loading implants. This particular experience was unique as this surgery has never been performed live before. Many were amazed at how simple and effective it was as this new device is rarely used in the UK.
Even after causing a scene and making sure people left in a sticky ice cream mess, Cohen Cramer Solicitors found the event to be an uplifting experience and most certainly a worthwhile date in the calendar. John Grant, Head of the Cohen Cramer Dental Team said, It is crucial that dental service providers have the opportunity to meet legal advisors who fully understand the complex and evolving landscape of dentistry. Our specialist team is ideally placed to provide a full range of legal services to dentist nationwide whilst retaining our emphasis on unbeatable client care and cost effectiveness.
Cohen Cramer Solicitors are looking forward to attending more events in the future and hope that they can network with other industry professionals from all sectors. They strongly believe it is essential to use opportunities like this to enable closer working relationships with clients and gain further knowledge.