5 reasons to attend the New Dentist Conference in Honolulu

By | February 14, 2018

Registration for the 2018 New Dentist Conference opens today. From the beaches and weather to continuing education and networking, here are five reasons why this year’s New Dentist Conference, to be held Oct. 18-20, is a can’t-miss event:

1. Reinvent your meeting experience
Honolulu offers the perfect experience to combine continuing education with a vacation. Courses even start early so you can spend the morning learning and the afternoon exploring all that Oahu has to offer.

2. Rediscover the profession
The best and brightest thought leaders share the latest in research, techniques and clinical applications, helping you enhance the success of your practice. In addition to daily conference keynotes, take advantage of the ADA 2018 courses included as part of the New Dentist Conference.

3. Rejoice under the warm sun
The Modern Honolulu is the designated New Dentist Conference hotel and host to the New Dentist Reception. This private oasis is just steps from the ocean and was named the best boutique hotel in Hawaii by Thrillist.

4. Restock in one trip
Interact with hundreds of vendors in the Exhibit Hall where you can touch, feel and compare new dental products and cutting-edge technology. Their show specials can save you money and even offset your travel costs.

5. Reimagine your 2018 vacation
Bring your friends and family – don’t forget about your dental team too!

The New Dentist Conference is designed for dentists who graduated from dental school less than 10 years ago. Take advantage of a special $99 ADA 2018 registration rate until Feb. 28. Rates increase March 1. The New Dentist Conference package is available for an additional $250 registration fee and includes daily keynotes, meals, receptions, a customized CE track curated by your colleagues, a New Dentist Conference dedicated hotel and free CE courses (that otherwise have a fee).

To register for the conference, visit ADA.org/NDC.

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