The Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) is the only organization exclusively dedicated to serving general dentists' interests and professional needs. Austin, TX – 9 to 12 June 2021.
AGD's scientific session is the premier meeting for general dentistry because AGD 2021 covers dentistry from A to Z. Attendees include dentists, residents, students, and dental team members. The AGD 2021 includes a three-day exhibitor experience, providing companies the opportunity to showcase their latest products and services to attendees. More than 100 companies exhibited at AGD 2019, including leading dental equipment manufacturers and suppliers, dental recruitment firms, financial institutions, and government and non-profit agencies. Collaborating with AGD offers the opportunities to connect with some of dentistry's most involved, successful, and committed general dentists.
AGD dentists are looking for products and services that can help set them apart as outstanding dental care providers. Exhibiting at AGD 2021 provides engagement with and access to key demographics that include:
• New dentists and dental students just entering the field and developing brand loyalties.
• Mid-career dentists who are established, successful, and pursuing educational excellence through AGD Fellowship and Mastership programs.
• Experienced dentists who manage their own practices, teach and mentor other dentists, and influence techniques and standards for the industry.
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Source from: https://www.agd.org/
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