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Mar 6, 2013 | News USA

AACD lineup revealed: Garber, Salama among the list of speakers at upcoming meeting

by Dental Tribune America

SEATTLE, Wash., USA: Courses and educators for AACD 2013 have now been revealed, including Drs. David Garber, Maurice Salama and many others among the lineup. AACD 2013, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s annual scientific session, is slated for April 24 to 27 in Seattle. Attendees who register before April 5 will receive $150 off their tuition.

What sets the AACD’s meeting apart from other dental meetings is the live learning experience, AACD President Ron Goodlin said.

“Our courses are geared toward all members of the dental team — from
dentists to lab techs, hygienists, team members, office staff and more,” Goodlin said. “AACD 2013 is a place where dentists and teams can evolve together. They’ll return to their practices the following Monday with a new set of skills, new techniques and new energy.”

To see who’s on this year’s lineup, check out the AACD’s digital version of the preliminary conference guide, available at bluetoad.com/publication/?i=85943. To register, visit www.aacdconference.com.

The digital conference guide lists courses, speaker bios, exhibitor lists, schedules of events and information about social events, including receptions and fundraising activities for the AACD Charitable Foundation.

The conference kicks off at 2:30 p.m. April 24 with a “power session” featuring Drs. Garber and Salama. Following the power session is the AACD’s welcome reception, which will be held at the Experience Music Project, located at the base of Seattle’s famous Space Needle.

Attendees are encouraged to register for the conference as soon as possible and to view the courses in the preliminary guide prior to course selection opening.

(Source: AACD)


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