With electric events, dynamic speakers, hot-off-the-press content, non-stop inspiration, the ADA is proud to present a reimagined annual meeting that is sure to make you smile. Meet. Play. Learn. Oct. 10–13, 2021
SmileCon, the American Dental Association's reimagined annual meeting, will give dentists more time to do what makes them smile.
During the meeting, scheduled for Oct. 10-13 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, dentists will be able to see what's new in dentistry, hear from top experts and connect with their dental community as they experience a streamlined course schedule, reinvented exhibit hall, new learning formats and fun activities to help them unwind.
SmileCon's simplified continuing education course list will allow attendees more time to network and visit the exhibit hall, now called Dental Central. The CE program will explore four main themes: science and technology, the business of dentistry, art and design, and the common good. Attendees can choose to focus on one aspect of dentistry or journey across the full spectrum of themed offerings.
For further information, please visit: https://smilecon.org/en
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