Plan to attend the New Dentist Reception at ADA 2014 — America’s Dental Meeting

New Dentist Reception at the ADA's 2013 annual meeting in New Orleans.

New Dentist Reception at the ADA’s 2013 annual meeting in New Orleans.

New dentists seeking to connect with their peers and enjoy the big and bold Texas ambiance at the ADA 2014 — America’s Dental Meeting can attend the New Dentist Reception from 5:30-7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 10 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, Lonesome Dove Room.

ADA 2014 logoDentists who graduated from dental school less than 10 years ago and dental students are invited to attend.

“The New Dentist Reception affords a valuable opportunity for young dentists and dental students to interact at America’s dental meeting,” said Dr. Brian M. Schwab, New Dentist Committee chair. “This is a time and place where younger dentists and students can focus on networking, leadership idea exchange and engagement, and camaraderie during the annual meeting. This sell-out event is also a blast to attend because there is music, food, drinks and fun atmosphere.”

Tickets are required for entry (limit two tickets per person). Those who registered in advance can log back into their registration and print their tickets in the Registration Area in Hall A/B Lobby. Guests must be 21 years old or older. Tickets are $30 per person on-site and can be purchased at the door of the event, which includes food and drinks. The New Dentist Reception is provided by the generous support of Wells Fargo Practice Finance.

Visit ADA.org/meeting to register.

 

 

2 comments

  • Events like this can be very useful for those who want to focus on their own field and make them successful. Dentists who are students and young should definitely take an advantage for making their career bright.
    Dentist can have workload with treating their patients and practicing as well, With the dentist email lists you can have double opportunities to sell and reach.

  • Hope you post pictures from the meeting…congrats to all the newer dentists! Thank you for sharing.

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