Transforming Prosthodontics: Bridging the Gap Between Current Practice and Future Trends
2017 Annual Session
San Francisco, Nov. 1-4
Thank you for being part of the 47th Annual Session of the American College of Prosthodontists. ACP President Dr. Susan E. Brackett and Program Chair Dr. Lars Bouma welcomed nearly 1,200 professional attendees to San Francisco -- the second highest attendance in ACP history!
Did you have your photo snapped by the ACP photographer in San Francisco? Photos from throughout the week are now online.
Browse through the albums by day on the ACP Shutterfly Site and see if you can find yourself or your friends and colleagues!
You are welcome to download photos for use on social media, your practice website, and more.
Did you visit the ACP Photo Booth to take a professional headshot?
If you have not already received your headshot by email, they are now available for download.
Wednesday (Quick Look):
Education: The Standards Have Changed
Board Preparation Course
Joint Educators Conference
Thursday (Quick Look):
Education: Dental Visionaries
Education: Treating the Missing or Difficult Surgical Foundation
Education: Controversy in Choices
Resident & Dental Student Digital Poster Session
ACPEF Donor Recognition Reception
Friday (Quick Look):
Education: The Battle of the Ceramics
Education: Virtual Treatment from Diagnosis to Prosthetic Care (Presented Live Onstage & in 3D)
John J. Sharry Prosthodontic Research Competition
Resident & Dental Student Digital Poster Session
Resident & New Prosthodontist Reception
Annual Awards & President's Dinner
Saturday (Quick Look):
Education: Practice Management
Town Hall Breakfast Meeting
Corporate-Sponsored Symposia (Nobel Biocare, Dentsply Sirona, Ivoclar Vivadent)
The Resident & Dental Student Poster Session was presented on digital monitors over three sessions. You can view all posters online in the ePoster Gallery.
Congratulations to the winners of both the Resident Competition and the Dental Student Competition!
Our thanks to GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Consumer Healthcare for their sponsorship of the Digital Poster Session.
Annual Session evaluations are available online. Please complete each daily evaluation so that we can provide the best speakers and educational sessions in the future.
Many thanks to the members of the 2017 Annual Session Program Committee:
Dr. Susan E. Brackett, 2017 President
Dr. Lars Bouma, Program Chair
Dr. John R. Agar
Dr. Karen J. Bruggers
Dr. Stephen D. Campbell
Dr. Heather Joan Conrad
Dr. David L. Guichet
Dr. Julie Holloway
Dr. Mark C. Hutten
Dr. Radi M. Masri
Dr. Thomas J. McGarry
Dr. Carl M. Pogoncheff
Dr. John A. Sorensen
Dr. Joerg R. Strub
Dr. Peter S. Wöhrle
Dr. Jonathan Zamzok
To assist our corporate supporters in maximizing their exposure to this very influential group, the ACP offers flexible sponsorship packages designed to fit a variety of budgets and a chance for premium visibility.
A guide to sponsorship opportunities is available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire further.
Resident Scholarship Supporters
The Annual Session is the premier meeting of the American College of Prosthodontists, which actively promotes the meeting to more than 3,800 members and affiliates internationally including prosthodontists, dental technicians, dental students, and other dental professionals who have significantly contributed to the specialty.
The Annual Session draws 1,400 attendees and registration has consistently increased over the past five years. By exhibiting, you will gain access to key leaders and decision makers in prosthodontics.
Meeting attendees include prosthodontists, general dentists, maxilliofacial prosthodontists, and dental technicians. These are the key opinion leaders in the specialty of prosthodontics, influencing the future of oral healthcare.
Thank you to all of the exhibitors who will be joining us at the 2017 Annual Session.
Interested in exhibiting for the 2018 Annual Session?
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All programs and events are subject to change and/or cancellation because of scheduling conflicts, low registration and/or circumstances beyond the control of the ACP. The ACP does not recommend or endorse a specific test, product course of treatment, procedure, opinion or other information mentioned during the ACP Annual Session.
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