Nation's Capital Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting 2017

2017-05-05 - 2017-05-06
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The Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting is organized by the Washington DC Dental Society, DCDS, the American Dental Association’s local constituent society in the District of Columbia. The meeting was first held in 1931 as a venue for local dental professionals to connect and provide a setting for collaborative education in the emerging field and practice of dentistry. The initial meetings were one-day lectures, with only a few dozen local dentists in attendance. Over the years, the Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting has grown into an annual multi-day event with ​approximately 1,200 attendees. The meeting serves as a place where exhibitors and dental professionals from around the nation join together to learn the latest techniques and technology in the dental field, as well as expand their professional network. Today, the Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting continues to grow and has expanded from its original mission of providing education and networking to dentists, to providing opportunities to the entire spectrum of dental professionals.

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The Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting attracts a wide variety of dental professionals from a variety of dental specialties including: Endodontics, General Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Prosthodontics and Public Health. The event is attended by dentists, their staff, future dentists as well as other professionals who are interested in the dental field. For more information about exhibiting opportunities at the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting, please contact Exhibit and Sponsorship Sales Manager, ​Stephanie Young, at (202) 367-2312 or ​

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