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The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference 2024 to Take Place in Dallas, Texas


This 2-day event will take place in Dallas, Texas, and aims to bring together teledentistry experts to advance the quality of care in mobile dentistry.

The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference 2024 to Take Place in Dallas, Texas. Image credit: © The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference

The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference 2024 to Take Place in Dallas, Texas. Image credit: © The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference

The National Mobile & Teledentistry Conference (NMTC) is gearing up to mark its 5-year anniversary at the upcoming event on March 1-2, 2024, in Dallas, Texas. This event aims to demonstrate how virtual and mobile dental practices have become increasingly significant in the wake of the global pandemic, according to a press release from the group.

The 2-day conference promises a variety of educational courses designed to provide both introductory and deep-dive insights into the implementation, best practices, and protocols for organizations venturing beyond traditional physical dental practices. With an emphasis on collaboration, this year's NMTC event is set to unite industry stakeholders, including the Texas Oral Health Coalition, People of Color in DSO, Speaking Consulting Network, and more.

Reflecting on the lessons learned during the pandemic, Sonya Dunbar, co-founder of NMTC, highlighted the shift in patient dynamics in the press release. "What we’ve learned through the pandemic is that patients may never again walk through our practice doors but certainly will let us walk through their doors. This is critical as we think about how our dental practices will continue to be successful in the future."

NMTC wants to serve as a hub, bringing together stakeholders, management, and decision-makers from various dental practices, public health organizations, dental service organizations, managed service organizations, independent practices, and technology and product companies. Melissa Turner, co-founder of NMTC, emphasized the unique nature of the annual event, stating in the press release, "Our platform creates space for innovation, partnerships, and conversations that significantly shape the future of the clinical and business sides of dentistry."

Courses offered at the conference cover a wide range of topics, from artificial intelligence and remote patient monitoring to getting started in virtual care and best practices for mobile and portable care. Additionally, there will be discussions on adding a virtual or mobile arm to a practice, medical-dental integration, and prevention-based models of care, according to the press release.

As a part of this show, NMTC will once again host The Denobi Awards, a global industry awards program recognizing notable figures in dentistry. The awards ceremony, taking place on the closing night of the 2-day event, will announce 10 individuals and 1 dental team live on stage at the annual red-carpet gala. Those interested in attending can find tickets here.

Since its inception, NMTC has played a crucial role in fostering a community dedicated to advancing mobile and teledentistry. In conjunction with the conference, the community founded the American Mobile & Teledentistry Alliance, a 501c(4) membership association supporting dental professionals, practices, and brands worldwide that effectively employ mobile, virtual, and other non-traditional care delivery methods.

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