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Annual Session 2014 Registration is Now Open


"This session provided valuable, practical, real world guidance that I can use both in my academic and private practice pursuits. Thank you for four well spent days." -- Douglas C. Ashman, D.D.S. 

Registration is now open for the premier prosthodontic meeting of the year! The 44th Annual Session of the American College of Prosthodontists is headed for New Orleans, Nov. 5-8.

What are the costs and benefits of moving toward CAD/CAM and advanced digital technology in your practice? How do you lead collaboration between a team of specialists? What legal considerations do you need to anticipate in patient management? 

Review the brochure and then register online or return the registration form for four full days focused on problems in real life prosthodontics, including an all-new program on advances in maxillofacial prosthetics on Wednesday and an incredible session at the cutting edge of digital and laboratory solutions on Saturday.

Led by Program Chair Dr. Carl F. Driscoll, an exceptional group of researchers, educators, and practitioners will explore the challenging cases you see on a daily basis -- the complications, failures, and solutions that define the prosthodontic specialty.

Register today and we'll see you in New Orleans!

A Gathering of Friends & Colleagues

ACP Annual Session attendees are old friends from your residency, educators who influenced your career, and colleagues who face the same challenges in practice that you do. The week is full of opportunities to share notes and enjoy the company of your fellow specialists.

Review the brochure to see what's ahead!

A Great Venue in a Great Location

The Hyatt Regency is a state-of-the-art venue, with centrally located rooms and no long walks between sessions. From world-class dining to live jazz, the sights and sounds of New Orleans are just a few blocks away.

Reserve your room and laissez les bons temps roule...let the good times roll!


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