The virtual conference will feature networking events to get practitioners back in touch with fellow dental professionals.
The American Dental Association (ADA) and the Florida Dental Association (FDA) will partner to host the ADA FDC Virtual Connect Conference, Thursday, October 15 through Saturday, October 17. Registration will open at the ADA website on Wednesday, August 12. The live and on-demand experience will enable dental professionals to interact with speakers, industry experts, and other colleagues in real time—or catch up later when it’s more convenient.
“At its essence, dentistry is about connection—to our patients, to our communities, and to each other,” said Nanette C. Tertel, DDS, 2020 ADA meeting chair. “Whether you are in a large practice or a solo practitioner, this connection empowers us to learn and grow as we work toward our vision to achieve optimal health for all.”
According to the website, the conference was built to focus on the well-being of dental professionals and the industry’s community as a whole. ADA FDC Virtual Connect Conference will feature networking events to get practitioners back in touch with fellow dental professionals, as well as sessions dedicated to improving mental and physical health.
Additionally, the purpose of the ADA FDC Virtual Connect Conference is to bring learning, networking, and community to the attendees—until they are able to meet again in person. Interested attendees are instructed to check the ADA website for further information.