New Trends, Techniques and Technology Sponsored Lectures
Wednesday's New Trends, Techniques, and Technology forum includes presentations given by esteemed clinicians representing our corporate partners. New and innovative information will be presented on novel implant designs, immediate loading, virtual guided surgery, Cad-Cam generated prosthetics, predictable use of short implants, and much, much more.
Main Podium Presentations
Main Podium presentations are open to all attendees and feature world-class experts in several areas of implant dentistry.
Seven hands-on workshops will be offered during the course of the meeting in order to provide attendees with a choice of learning experience. Each workshop is limited in the number of attendees in order to maximize the opportunity to learn the technique or process being taught. At least 70 percent of the activity in each workshop will be hands-on. All courses are taught by world-class experts.
Sixteen Clinical Roundtables will be offered throughout the meeting so you have additional choices of topics and in-depth learning opportunities. Each Clinical Roundtable will be limited to 20 participants. Each is 90 minutes in length. Some topics delivered as Main Podium Presentations are covered more in-depth as Clinical Roundtables. This gives you the opportunity to interact on an intimate basis with a Main Podium presenter. Several topics are also offered only as Clinical Roundtables allowing you the chance to delve deeply into a subject with a world-class expert.
Allied Staff Program
The Allied Staff Program consists of two and one-half days on Thursday, Friday and Saturday presented exclusively for allied staff - the key members of the dental team.
Poster Presentations, Table Clinics and Graduate Student Abstracts
Table Clinics, Poster Presentations, and Graduate Student Abstracts will be important parts of the 59th Annual Meeting. These are ideal opportunities for dental professionals, including faculty and graduate students, to participate. Poster Session, Table Clinic, and Abstract applications will be accepted until capacity is reached. Meeting registration fee will be waived for full-time dental students who are Poster Presenters, Table Clinic Presenters, or Graduate Student Abstract Presenters. Nonstudent presenters must register to attend the meeting. Students and non-students are responsible for their own housing and all other expenses connected with attending the meeting.