Registration now open at the 38th Australian Dental Congress

6 December 2018

One of the biennial highlights on the dental calendar is the Australian Dental Congress, for which registrations are now open

Bringing together top-notch speakers from Australia and around the world, the who’s who of the dental industry in the always popular exhibition and countless opportunities for networking with colleagues and friends, Congress is also an ideal way to contribute to the fulfillment of your continuing professional development requirements. (The current cycle finishes on 30 November 2019 so it’s an especially good time to add to your accrued hours.) 

To be held in beautiful Adelaide, South Australia from Wednesday 1 May to Saturday 4 May at the city-adjacent Adelaide Convention Centre right on the River Torrens, the 38th Australian Dental Congress scientific program features six highly-credentialed keynote speakers including principal keynote speaker Dr Sascha Jovanovic whose focus is on dental implant therapy, bone and soft tissue reconstruction and aesthetic dentistry. 

He will be joined by speakers from the UK, Canada and across Australia who will be speaking on a diverse range of topics including diagnosis and emergency care of dental trauma, whether artificial intelligence and tele-medicine are the dental profession’s Uber and the future of dental sleep medicine, plus much, much more. 

In addition to the main sessions, delegates will be able to attend hands-on workshops on topics such “Anterior Class IV and Posterior Restorations” and “Obturation and intra radicular post solutions”, and the Lunchtime Sessions program which will include panel discussions featuring keynote and other invited speakers and Lunch and Learn Sessions where a more intimate, discussion-based learning experience is on offer. 

There are streams also available for allied dental professionals, which commence on Friday 3 May, as well as the return of expanded whole of practice sessions which provide a valuable opportunity for the entire dental team to learn together in the one collegial setting. 

The exhibition (2-4 May inclusive), which is free, is another high point of Congress, providing delegates and anyone in dental practice with the opportunity to peruse the latest advances in dental technology in one easily accessible location and to talk in person to a who’s who of the Australian and international dental industry. It is a one stop shop for the dental professional with over 100 exhibitors displaying an impressive array of dental products and services. 

Add in spectacular social events like the pop art colour and vibrancy of the Welcome Reception, and Congress Late Night, which will feature a gloriously-evocative performance of Moulin Rouge-style cabaret (for which Adelaide is famous) and you have an event that is a must-attend for dental professionals everywhere. 

Book your place at Congress now.