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Isabel Savoye

Savoye Isabelle graduated as a dentist from KU Leuven in 1993. She took a postgraduate course in orthodontics at KU Leuven to obtain the title of Specialist in Orthodontics in 1997. She joined the private practice of her husband Reybrouck Wouter who is a general dentist. In 2008, they built their practice in Liedekerke (Belgium) into a modern, multidisciplinary group practice. In 2013, their group practice pulled the card of full digitization with the purchase of an intra-oral oral scanner. Afterwards, they also invested in a dental 3D printer to complete the CAD-CAM circle. Savoy Isabelle further immersed herself in digital dentistry through self-study. She mainly attends foreign conferences and is a member of the AAO, WFO, DDS and EOS. For orthodontists, she provides training on digital orthodontic planning and CAD/CAM design of appliances. Savoye Isabelle is a member of the BBNO and is also on-call for the BBNO for Flemish Brabant and is a member of the advisory board for Bachelor of Oral Care. Savoy Isabelle is a board member of Digital Dentistry Belgium. For KU Leuven, she is an approved internship master for the orthodontics specialization course.

Isabel Savoye
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