Be part on our journey through the digitalization and get a glimpse into the future of regenerative dentistry.

Date: Friday, 27 September 2019

Time: 7.30 pm - 11pm

Venue: Monte Mar Lisboa, Lisbon

Please note: This event is exclusively for dental healthcare professionals. Attendance at this unique event is limited and will be on a first come, first served basis.


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7.30 pm    Door opening
7.45 pm    Welcome by Frank Schwarz (Osteology Foundation Board)
7.50 pm   Talk by Nick van Terheyden - AR/VR and how it can change the future of surgery.
8.05 pm  

Explore the Osteology Education Corners with AR
Networking, Food & Drinks

11.00 pm  



About Nick van Terheyden

Dr. Nick van Terheyden is a leader in Digital Healthcare and Innovation and former Chief Medical Officer for Dell. He provides strategic insights and guidance to support healthcare organizations, medical professionals, and patients through information-enabled healthcare. He brings an incremental approach to developing successful strategies and applies his expertise to achieve a technology environment that is interconnected, efficient and patient-focused. He is a highly sought out speaker on the practical and futuristic use of healthcare technology and how it can improve patient engagement and wellness

Dr. Nick brings a distinctive blend of medical practitioner and business strategist, both national and international, to the realm of digital healthcare technology. A graduate of the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, University of London, Dr. van Terheyden is a pioneering creator in the evolution of healthcare technology. After several years as a medical practitioner in London and Australia, he joined an international who’s who in healthcare, academia, and business, in the development of the first electronic health record in the early 1990’s and later, as a business leader in one of the first speech recognition companies.