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ADX20 Sydney will feature over 500 exhibitors from all parts of the dental industry and has more than 60 educational seminar sessions scheduled. (Image: Australian Dental Industry Association)

Wed. 11. March 2020

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SYDNEY, Australia: ADX20 Sydney, Australia’s largest dental exhibition, is just around the corner. Set to take place from 13 to 15 March at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s picturesque Darling Harbour, the biennial event is convened by the Australian Dental Industry Association and is expected to bring together more than 500 exhibitors and over 10,000 stakeholders from across the dental industry.

First held in 2006, the trade show has established itself as the premier event for dental professionals to inform themselves about the industry’s latest products and innovations. Over 60 educational seminar sessions are scheduled to take place over the course of ADX20 Sydney, providing attendees with ample opportunity to learn about new techniques and treatment modalities.

On the evening of ADX20 Sydney’s final day, the 2020 Australian Dental Industry Awards dinner will take place. The awards are intended to recognise excellence in the provision of high-quality dental products and services. The guest speaker at the dinner will be Carol Cooke, AM, a triple gold medallist in cycling at the Paralympic Games.

“With sensible health and safety precautions in place, we look forward to hosting attendees at another successful Australian dental exhibition,” a spokesperson for ADX20 Sydney told Dental Tribune International.

Those interested in attending ADX20 Sydney can register free of charge at the door from 8:30 a.m. on each day of the show.

One thought on “ADX20 Sydney set to impress attendees

  1. Rhonda says:

    Are you really going to have this huge event with Covid 19 lurking?

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