AAID’s annual conference brings "Excellence in Implant Dentistry" to New Orleans

Aug. 17, 2016
The AAID's 65th Annual Educational Conference will be held October 26—29, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency, New Orleans

The AAID's 65th Annual Educational Conference will be held October 26—29, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency, New Orleans

Attendees have the opportunity to earn as many as 23.5 hours of continuing education credit focused on implant dentistry. More than 60 individual sessions, nearly two dozen hands on workshops, and limited attendance seminars are offered. In-depth learning opportunities include full day courses on implant placement and bone grafting on cadavers as well as a post-conference course on microsurgical principles in plastic periodontal and implant surgeries.

Leonard Bailey, MD

Over 1,000 implant dentistry professionals will hear from keynote presentations: Leonard Bailey, MD, is the pioneer in the field of newborn heart transplantation and Ed Zuckerberg, DDS, will share his unique insights on social media for dentists. In addition, a live implant surgery will be broadcast to the Conference where attendees will have the opportunity to not only observe a procedure but ask the surgeon questions.

Ed Zuckerberg, DDS

Over three and one half days, world renowned clinicians will present and demonstrate excellence in implant dentistry. More importantly, attendees will be able to take what they learn back to their office and put into practice immediately. More information about the conference can be found at aaid.com.

The Academy is known world-wide for its bona-fide credentialing program in implant dentistry. The rigorous requirements, coupled with AAID's commitment to educate patients about implant dentistry, and the importance of using a knowledgeable, experienced, and trained implant dentist, such as an AAID credentialed member sets the Academy apart.

More information about AAID's consumer outreach can be found at www.aaid-implant.org. Information about the educational offerings, valuable member benefits, credentialing program, and other offerings from the AAID can be found online at www.aaid.com.

Source: AAID press release, 15 August 2016


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