Kois Meeting Europe – Cheltenham
“Health, the summit of wellness dentistry”Cheltenham - 6th & 7th March 2020
EUROPEAN KOIS STUDY GROUP MEETING
Friday 6th March 2020. Gold Suite, Cheltenham Racecourse
“Personalized Periodontal Medicine”: A New Approach to Total Body Health using Precision Medicine.
Doug Thompson, D.D.S., FAAMM, ABAAHP
Saturday 7th March 2020. Queens Hotel , Cheltenham
09.30 Lecture Predectible smile management by Pilar Lobo &
10.20 Lecture Composite Simplicity by Andrew Chandrapal
11.40 Lecture Digital work flow in RME in children by María Blanco
12.30 Lecture Digital integration restorative treatment on teeth and
implants by Elio Marino
13:20 Lecture Wellness dentistry a team approach to health
by Amjad Malik
15.30 Lecture The influence of oral health in life quality
by Doug Thompson
16.20 Case Presentation & Discussion
Friday Fee: 330 € 275 £
Saturday Fee: 230 € 200 £
Full Course Fee: 475 € 410 £
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How to reach the venue
A wonderful mix of the traditional and the new, Cheltenham nestles against The Cotswolds as the perfect place to unwind and refresh your mind, body and soul. With unique festival vibes, an abundance of independent and much loved High Street shops and incredible dining experiences from street food to Michelin starred fine dining Cheltenham is a must-visit town.
As the most complete Regency town in the UK with a population of just 117,000, Cheltenham is intimate and friendly, a civilised place of culture, learning and discovery.
As you would expect from the UK’s most complete Regency town, Cheltenham is brimming with history. As you stroll along the promenade, it’s easy to see why it became the hip 18th century hang out for holidaying Brits, after the enterprising Henry Skillicorne unearthed its health-giving spa waters – even gaining the Royal Seal Of Approval after the visit of the then-reigning monarch, George III.
Cheltenham is the Most Complete Regency Town in the UK, which means any casual stroller around the Town cannot fail to spot signs of our history! Yet our gorgeously preserved Regency exteriors are not the only History and Heritage on offer in the Town.
For details about Cheltenham’s Regency Past, use our history page; meanwhile for information on the architecture, go here. The oldest building in Cheltenham is St Mary’s Minster, and Cheltenham is also famous for Explorer Edward Wilson, and composer Gustav Holst. Our History section uncovers a lot of what Cheltenham has to offer, and keep your eyes peeled for a new section on our many and varied blue plaques in the town.
A great way to explore and understand the town is through our Heritage Open Days which take place in September, plus taking advantage of any one of the events listed below.
Queens Hotel Cheltenham
The Promenade, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 1NN
+44 (0) 1242 514754
Queens Hotel Cheltenham is an elegant and imposing structure, described as one of the noblest buildings of its kind in Europe. You will experience superb standards of comfort and convenience in this ever fashionable Regency hotel. The hotel overlooks the Imperial Gardens on the famous Promenade, a mere stroll from the town’s many excellent shops and restaurants. The hotel offers the Napier Restaurant and Conservatory, the Gold Cup Bar and Lounge. Onsite parking available.
Each of the Queen’s Hotel 84 rooms are a classically elegant oasis, where respectful homage has been paid to the hotel’s majestic heritage while embracing contemporary, vibrant design and the integration of cutting-edge technologies. On entering your room, you’ll find an exceptionally comfortable bed dressed in Egyptian cotton linen, bathrobe, luxury toiletries, spa shower head, flat screen TV, air cooling, safe and complimentary Wi-Fi.
GPS :51.896437, -2.0798
Exit at Junction 11 on the M5, and follow the signs for Cheltenham. Car parking is available at the hotel from £3.50 per hour for the public or £13.00 per night, for guests only.
Local airports are: Bristol (68.10 km) Oxford (69.40 km) Birmingham (82.70 km) Gloucester (6.30 km).
Cheltenham Spa Railway Station is located 0.5 miles (0.8km) from the hotel, an easy 7-10 minute walk.