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    Registration now open for AO's multidisciplinary annual meeting with AAOMS, AAP and ACP

    Registration is now open for the Academy of Osseointegration (AO)’s 2017 Annual Meeting.

    Registration is now open for the Academy of Osseointegration (AO)’s 2017 Annual Meeting.

    The meeting is being held March 15-18, 2017, in Orlando, Florida, and will be a collaboration with the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS), the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) and the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP). For registration, program and travel details, visit http://meetings.osseo.org/

    Non-members can join AO now to take advantage of all of the benefits of membership, including a significant savings on registration fees. Everyone should register by February 27, 2017, to take advantage of the advance registration discount.

    AO annual meetingRegistration fees for the Annual Meeting include:

    ·       Most scientific sessions (including TEAM Program and laboratory technician programs)

    ·       Admission to the corporate forums and exhibit hall

    ·       Thursday’s welcome reception

    ·       Friday’s president reception

    ·       Continental breakfasts

    ·       Complimentary lunches and e-posters in the exhibit hall

    The opening session is going to address the meeting theme very closely, relative to what clinicians do now versus 20 years ago. Dr. Jill Helms DDS, PhD, from Stanford University, will present “Beauty, Reconsidered.”

    The meeting will also feature an innovative session on “The Business of Implant Dentistry.” Moderated by Bill Ryan, it will look at various practice delivery systems.

    Dr. Ole Jensen will be moderating a session highlighting developments that have occurred since the AO Sinus Consensus Conference. This session will feature Alan Herford, Craig Misch, Paul Fugazzotto and Eric Dierks.

    The closing session will focus on the “team approach” to the treatment of various clinical problems. Several international teams will be presenting.

    The regional focus in 2017 will be Latin America. Latin American speakers are included throughout the 2017 program to give meeting attendees a unique insight into the practice of implant dentistry in this region. Simultaneous translation in Spanish and Portuguese will be offered for the sessions held in the main meeting rooms.

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