The 2024 American Prosthodontic Society Annual Meeting will take place at the Swissôtel Chicago Feb. 22-23, 2024.
Over 1.5 days, APS members and colleagues will learn more about advanced prosthodontics and implantology and attend sessions with interdisciplinary instruction led by world-renowned experts. There will also be time to network and take part in social events designed to inspire good conversation and build meaningful relationships.
Discussions will be centered around the future of prosthodontics and the achievability that arises from interdisciplinary collaboration between clinicians and laboratory technicians.
Attendees include APS members, prosthodontic specialists, general dentists, laboratory technicians and dental industry specialists.
ADA CERP Continuing Education credits will be available.
Watch the APS meeting site for updates on the program and speakers.
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