2021 Midwinter Meeting goes virtual. 156th Midwinter Meeting: Thursday – Saturday, Feb. 25 – 27, 2021
The bright future of dentistry will be on display at the innovative virtual 2021 Midwinter Meeting, Heart of Dentistry, the Chicago Dental Society’s 156th annual event, Feb. 25 – 27. With this new format, the meeting will be more extended, ending on March 15, to ensure you have both a live and on-demand opportunity to experience the meeting to its fullest.
CDS’s first virtual Midwinter Meeting promises to be an exceptional experience with outstanding continuing education and exhibits, featuring the latest advancements in dental technology and much more.
“While we will miss seeing you in person and visiting with you, I can assure you Heart of Dentistry will meet and exceed the high standards of the Chicago Dental Society. I am confident the 2021 Midwinter Meeting will be the best virtual scientific dental meeting presented. I encourage you to register early,” Dean Nicholas, 2021 CDS President.
For further information, please visit: https://www.cds.org/meetings-events/midwinter-meeting
For registration visit: https://cds.attregistration.com/
Source from: https://www.cds.org/
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