The 3-day annual clinical education event, taking place both in-person and virtually, will offer a number of CE courses as well as entertainment opportunities, including a performance by The Chainsmokers.
Dentsply Sirona announced that registration for DS World 2021, the company’s annual clinical education event for dental professionals, has been extended to September 20, 2021. The 3-day CE event is scheduled to offer both in-person and virtual options, with the in-person event taking place at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas, from September 23 to 25, 2021. A livestream will offer virtual access to the event and feature on-demand functionality with special digital programming.
The event will feature educational content from almost 120 speakers as well as entertainment opportunities, including musical and comedy acts. A total of 159.5 hours of clinical education will be available across the weekend’s activities. Those attending in-person can earn CE credits onsite, and then earn additional credits from home through the virtual courses offered via the DS World app and DS Academy. Those attending virtually and registered for the CE programming ticket can also earn CE credit from the courses available via both platforms through October 31, 2021.
Among the featured speakers are Dr Mona Patel with the lecture “Increasing SureSmile Treatment Success and Case Acceptance with CEREC Ortho SW 2.0” and Dr David Landwehr with the lecture “The What, When and Why of Cone Beam Computerized Tomography (CBCT) in A State-of-the-Art Dental Practice.”
The event will include opportunities for networking and include a performance from a three-time Grammy winning singer, an Emmy-winning stand-up comedian, and Grammy-winning electronic music and production DJ duo The Chainsmokers. Other highlights of DS World 2021’s entertainment program include speaker Mel Robbins, whose TEDx talk has been viewed more than 25 million times.
Dentsply Sirona added that the event will comply with applicable state and local mandates as well as venue requirements relating to the COVID-19 pandemic. The state of Nevada, in accordance with CDC guidelines, currently has a face mask directive in place whereby both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals are required to wear face masks in all public, indoor spaces in the state.