Transforming Prosthodontics: Bridging the Gap Between Current Practice and Future Trends
2017 Annual Session
San Francisco, Nov. 1-4
Registration is now open for the premier prosthodontic meeting of the year! The 47th Annual Session of the American College of Prosthodontists is headed to San Francisco, Nov. 1-4.
Today, prosthodontists are taking on cases that were never before treatable. However, disruptive technologies and changing practice models are about to upend decades of thinking about who we are and what we do as specialists.
Transforming Prosthodontics is designed to bridge the gap between current practice and future trends. Led by Program Chair Dr. Lars Bouma and President Dr. Susan E. Brackett, this meeting will delve into surgical foundations, challenging restorations, digital solutions, and much more.
Review the brochure and then register online or return the registration form for a meeting packed with focused, intensive education sessions over the course of four days — including Virtual Treatment from Diagnosis to Prosthetic Care, an immersive experience presented live and in 3D.
In the beautiful city of San Francisco, you'll enjoy great restaurants and a week full of workshops, receptions, and social events with old friends and colleagues -- the people who understand your passion for excellence in patient care.
Register today and we'll see you in San Francisco, Nov. 1-4!
San Francisco Marriott Marquis
780 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Group Rate: $299 single/double exclusive of applicable taxes. The deadline to receive the ACP group rate is Oct. 1.
Reserve your room online or call (877) 622-3056. Please refer to the American College of Prosthodontists 2017 Meeting to receive the group rate.
Please note that the ACP holds rooms based on past attendance history. All meeting attendees are urged to reserve their rooms early. The ACP cannot guarantee that the block will not sell out prior to the Oct. 1 deadline.
San Francisco Special Offers: The San Francisco Travel tourism bureau put together some special offers for ACP Annual Session attendees. Enjoy discounts on sightseeing activities, dining, and more.
Review the brochure to see what's in store, or browse highlights by day below:
Education: The Standards Have Changed
Board Preparation Course
Joint Educators Conference
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
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
Education: Practice Management
Town Hall Breakfast Meeting
Corporate-Sponsored Symposia (Nobel Biocare, Dentsply Sirona, Ivoclar Vivadent)
Some events and workshops may require a separate fee. Tickets are limited and may not be available for purchase on-site.
|2017 Annual Session Registration Fees
||Before Sept. 25
||After Sept. 25
|Resident/Graduate Student Member
|Predoctoral Student Alliance Affiliate
|Academic Alliance Affiliate
|Global Alliance Affiliate
|Forum Organization Member**
|Dental Technician Alliance Affiliate
|Non-Affiliate Dental Technician
|Advanced Program & Graduate Student Alliance Affiliate
|Dental Assistants, Hygienists, Office Staff
|Workshops & Events
|Board Preparation Course
|Annual Awards & President's Dinner
|Trefoil™: A New Treatment Concept for the Edentulous Patient
Late fees (after Sept. 25) may be waived for government employees only. Please contact the ACP for more details.
* Includes International, Active Life, Retired Life, and Honorary Members
** Members of the following Prosthodontic Forum Organizations: AACD, AAED, AAFP, AAID, AAMP, AO, AP, AES, APS, GNYAP, ITI, NGS, PCSP, SCAD, and SEAP.
*** Paid registrants may register one companion. This includes one exhibit hall pass only (no access to continuing education sessions). This is not intended for prosthodontists or other dental professionals. It is intended for paying registrants to bring a companion at a reduced rate. All dental professionals will be required to pay full registration and ticket fees to access the continuing education sessions at the meeting.
INVITE YOUR REFERRAL NETWORK
ACP members may sponsor non-prosthodontist dentists from their referral networks to attend the Annual Session at a discounted rate – only $700 each. Download the sponsored dentist registration form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to the members of the 2017 Annual Session Program Committee:
Dr. Susan E. Brackett, 2017 President
Dr. Lars Bouma, Program Chair
Dr. Karen J. Bruggers
Dr. Stephen D. Campbell
Dr. Heather Joan Conrad
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. Wohrle
Dr. John R. Agar
Dr. David L. Guichet
Dr. Jonathan Zamzok
Applications Now Open
John J. Sharry Competition
The 2017 John J. Sharry Prosthodontic Research Competition will be held on Friday, Nov. 3 at the ACP Annual Session in San Francisco. Sponsored by the ACP Education Foundation, the Sharry Competition is held to stimulate and acknowledge original research in prosthodontics by students.
The six selected finalists will receive one night hotel stay and U.S. domestic airfare to present their papers at the Annual Session. At the Resident & New Prosthodontist Reception, cash awards of $1250 for 1st place, $750 for 2nd place, and $500 for 3rd place will be presented to the finalists. Abstracts are due by June 2. For submission guidelines and more information, click here.
RESIDENT & DENTAL STUDENT DIGITAL POSTER SESSION
The ACP is going digital! This year, the Poster Session will be presented on digital monitors -- no need to print out your poster and ship it to the meeting.
Eligible residents and dental students are now invited to submit an abstract to present at the Poster Session during the ACP Annual Session in San Francisco, Nov. 1-4. The e-posters will be presented during assigned time slots on Thursday and Friday of the meeting.
These poster presentations are intended to highlight scholarly activity, promote research, and engage students. Presentation topics may include research results, clinical outcomes, laboratory techniques, or other topics of interest to ACP members and guests.
Please read the submission guidelines carefully and submit your abstract through the online ePosters system. Abstracts are due by Sept. 15.
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 email@example.com to inquire further.
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 2017 Annual Session?
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