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- Bosnia and Herzegovina / Босна и Херцеговина
- Bulgaria / България
- Croatia / Hrvatska
- Czech Republic & Slovakia / Česká republika & Slovensko
- Finland / Suomi
- France / France
- Germany / Deutschland
- Greece / ΕΛΛΑΔΑ
- Italy / Italia
- Netherlands / Nederland
- Nordic / Nordic
- Poland / Polska
- Portugal / Portugal
- Romania & Moldova / România & Moldova
- Slovenia / Slovenija
- Serbia & Montenegro / Србија и Црна Гора
- Spain / España
- Switzerland / Schweiz
- Turkey / Türkiye
- UK & Ireland / UK & Ireland
SYDNEY, Australia: This year’s FDI World Dental Congress is going to be one of the premier global dental events of the year, not only bringing the dental world to Australia but also showcasing the host country to a multitude of international delegates. To be held at Sydney’s International Convention Centre (ICC), the exhibition will be an integral part of what is on offer, giving all attendees the chance to see what is new in dental products and services, to talk with the experts who know them well and to do this all in an environment which will offer as much potential for networking as it will opportunity to see where dentistry is now and where it may be headed.
Encompassing two levels at the ICC and featuring companies from Australia and around the world, the exhibition is billed as the most expansive yet at any congress, offering delegates the chance to check out the latest products and services from companies such as 3M, A-dec, Colgate-Palmolive, Curaden, Dentavision, EMS, Haleon, Henry Schein, Johnson & Johnson, Ivoclar, KaVo, NSK Dental, Morita, Oral-B, Planmeca and Shofu.
Like with previous congresses organised by the Australian Dental Association (ADA), the exhibition will offer the chance for attendees to talk with company representatives and try many products on-site. The event will be the first in-person FDI event of this kind since 2019.
A chance to meet with others
Nicolette Hughes, the primary exhibition manager for the 2023 World Dental Congress, is keen to present the exhibition not only as a great place to do research and business but also as a place in which attendees can meet with others and perhaps take some time out from the agreeable hustle and bustle of a major international dental event. She said: “In addition to all the great exhibitors who will be present, we’re also planning wellness zones where attendees can rest their feet for a while, a “Tastes of Australia” area, in which the superlative food of Australia will be available, and of course, coffee baristas! We know that coffee fuels many events, and it won’t be any different at this congress. We appreciate the involvement of every company that has chosen to exhibit at the congress, and I’m sure delegates will find a great choice of attractions at the exhibition to interest them wherever they go!”
The ADA team behind the organisation of congress, and particularly the exhibition, is keen to share that it wants to create a community feel to the space. The Exhibition Late Night event, to be held on 26 September, will offer delegates the chance to wander around the various booths with drinks and canapés in hand while chatting in a relaxed and collegial environment.
The exhibition will open on 24 September, the first day of the congress.
Wed. 6 December 2023
3:00 am EST (New York)