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For the first time ever, live dentistry will be offered at AACD 2014 in Orlando, the annual scientific session of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
In a partnership with the American Dental Association (ADA), the AACD will present "Education in the Round," a live dentistry experience located in the AACD Exhibit Hall and open to all attendees of the conference. The goal of live dentistry is to provide attendees with a real-life demonstration of the procedures for which AACD dentists are highly recognized. The live dentistry exhibit is expected to draw large numbers of dental professionals to the conference, and is of interest to dentists and all members of the dental team.
"Live dentistry will be a huge draw for our attendees to visit the AACD Exhibit Hall," said Jeff Roach, AACD Director of Strategic Partnerships. "Education in the Round will inspire our attendees, and motivate them to take their own work up a notch. Also, the debut of live dentistry at our 30th anniversary meeting just proves how far cosmetic dentistry has come, and further strengthens our commitment to esthetic excellence."
The AACD will celebrate its 30th anniversary while in Orlando, and the evolution of cosmetic dentistry excellence. Numerous anniversary activities are planned to honor past Academy leaders, including the late Dr. Jeffrey Golub-Evans, a past president.
AACD 2014 will take place April 30— May 3 at the Gaylord Palms in Kissimmee, Fla. Course selection for the event opens Dec. 6, and dental professionals must be registered before they select courses. Those who register between now and April 11 will receive a $150 discount on their tuition. Non-members receive a one-year membership to AACD included in their tuition price.
For more information about the conference, visit www.aacdconference.com
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