The meeting is still planned for Oct. 15-18 in Orlando, Florida.
The ADA will continue to follow evolving advice from the U.S. Department of State and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention regarding public gatherings, but it is hopeful dentists will be able to gather again as a community at ADA FDC 2020.
"Practices across the country are overwhelmed with questions and the unknown. And just like you, we don't know what's to come," the ADA FDC 2020 team said in an email to members. "What we do know is that together with our member dentists we will come out of this stronger and even more dedicated to advancing oral health."
For the latest ADA FDC 2020 updates, visit ADA.org/meeting or email questions to email@example.com.
The ADA's COVID-19 resources are available at ADA.org/virus.