The future of dentistry meets in Las Vegas
Las Vegas—“What happens in Vegas will change dentistry forever,” said Dr. Kevin M. Laing, general chair of the Council on ADA Sessions. “So it’s time to mark your calendars and plan an incentive program to bring your team to the ADA’s 152nd annual session.”
The annual session will be held Oct. 10-13, 2011, at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas.
With a theme, “The future of dentistry meets here,” the annual session will offer more than 260 continuing education courses, and more than half of all lectures offered are free with registration. The World Marketplace Exhibition will feature more than 600 of the leading providers of dental products and services—all conveniently located under one roof at the largest meeting facility on the Las Vegas Strip.
“This year’s annual session will feature a special Monday-Thursday schedule, so you can make plans to spend the weekend exploring ‘The Entertainment Capital of the World,’” Dr. Laing said. “Las Vegas is home to five-star dining, star-studded shows and some of the best shopping in the world, offering you the opportunity to work hard and play hard.”
Registered attendees receive free entry to the ADA General Session and Distinguished Speaker Series. This year also marks the return of the popular Health Screening Program.
Official ADA annual session hotels offer guests comfort and convenience. All six hotels—Mandalay Bay, THEhotel at Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand Hotel and Casino, Signature at MGM, Four Seasons Hotel Las Vegas and Luxor Las Vegas, are conveniently located on the South Strip.
Registration for the meeting, including CE courses and housing, opens April 6 online at ada.org/session. Request a preliminary program by calling 1-800-232-1432 or e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. (Please type “Preliminary Program Request” in the subject line of your e-mail.)
|South Strip view: The Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center, located on Las Vegas’ South Strip, will be the site of the ADA’s 152nd annual session Oct. 10-13, 2011.|