SACD was founded in 2002 by a group of Swedish dentists and dental technicians after returning from a week of education at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) Annual Meeting. SACD’s courses immediately became a success.
There are many competitors on the market today who organize courses and training for profit. SACD’s policy is non-profit. When expenses are paid, any surplus is reinvested back into the organization. That’s how we work within the SACD. And that’s why we’re still around after 15 years and we intend to continue to be around for a while more.
Dr Douglas A. Terry, USA
The two day course – including Hands-on – is based on concepts described in the 2nd edition of Dr Terry’s Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry: Material Selection and Technique, and his latest book publication, Restoring with Flowables.
Stockholm, Sweden 13- 14 march 2020
Our courses are open to everybody within the dentist profession. Generally, the head speakers lecture in english.
For information about signing up for a course, please contact Heléne Fägerblad, SACD course coordinator.
SACD - AACD
NOT FOR PROFIT
Profit is not the driving force for SACD. So, what is the driving force then? Mats Burendal, one of the pioneers of SACD puts it this way:
”The pursuit of excellence and collegial affinity are success factors for the Academy.”
By returning the surplus back to our members, we build a strong and trusting organization. SACD should be a non-profit organization, with no commercial profit. Also in this respect, we follow the example of AACD:
”The AACD is the world’s largest non-profit member organization dedicated to advancing excellence in comprehensive oral care that combines art and science to optimally improve dental health, esthetics, and function.”