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Have you been out of dental school for less than 10 years?

Take advantage of CE, value and savings with the New Dentist Conference at ADA 2015 in Washington, D.C.

June 12, 2015

Unwinding: Attendees at the 2014 New Dentist Conference in San Antonio,Texas, spend some time socializing and relaxing at the New Dentist Reception. A ticket to this year’s New Dentist Reception at one of Washington, D.C.’s hottest spots — Penn Social — is included in the registration fee.
This year's New Dentist Conference offers an incredible value package for all ADA new dentist members — dentists who have been out of dental school for less than 10 years.

Registrants can attend both the New Dentist Conference and ADA 2015 – America's Dental Meeting for one low registration fee of $350, and receive:

  • Excellent ADA room rates, including $100 off Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown—an exclusive offer for New Dentist Conference registrants.
  • Networking at three different receptions: A reception with the ADA Board of Trustees; Welcome Reception – A Night at the Museums at two Smithsonian museums; and the New Dentist Reception at Penn Social.
  • Two continental breakfasts and two luncheons.
  • Discounts at all Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel outlets and restaurants.
  • Learning from industry experts with two exclusive CE tracks.
  • New Dentist Conference keynote presentation by Daymond John, entrepreneur, founder and CEO of FUBU and "Shark Tank" co-star, and ADA 2015 Distinguished Speaker Series speakers Eleanor Clift and Charles Krauthammer.
  • Exploring award winning continuing education at ADA 2015.
  • Access to an exclusive VIP lounge at the convention center.
  • Volunteering at the third ADA Mission of Mercy.

Come and experience all ADA 2015 and the New Dentist Conference has in store for you.  If you've never attended or haven't in a while, now is the time to register.

Visit ADA.org/NDC for more details on the New Dentist Conference program and events and ADA.org/meeting for ADA 2015 information. Make sure to check out the special rates for Washington, D.C. hotels.