2020 Annual Session

Evolutions and Revolutions in Prosthodontics
Nov. 4-7 | NEW ORLEANS

Registration for this meeting will open in June.
If you have any questions please contact the ACP Central Office.

It's almost time for the premier experience in prosthodontics! Join us in New Orleans for the 50th Annual Session of the American College of Prosthodontists, Nov. 4-7, 2020.

In celebration of 50 years of the American College of Prosthodontists, this all-new program will highlight the latest in clinical and patient care, while looking ahead and anticipating where prosthodontics will be in another 50 years.

Led by Program Chair Dr. Avinash S. Bidra and President Dr. Stephen I. Hudis, this meeting also includes new hands-on workshops, courses on academic publishing and media training, and much more.

Hotel Information

Hilton New Orleans Riverside
Two Poydras Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Group Rate: Standard rooms are available for $265 + tax. City view rooms and suites are also available on a limited basis for an additional fee. The room block will be available through Oct. 9 or until sold out.

Reserve your room by going to: https://book.passkey.com/e/50034460 or by calling (540) 561-0500. Please refer to the American College of Prosthodontists' 2020 Meeting to receive the group rate. All meeting attendees are urged to reserve their rooms early. Space is limited and rooms will go quickly.

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 Sept. 30 deadline. 

Program Information

A full list of speakers and session descriptions will be announced soon!

Program Committee

Dr. Avinash S. Bidra, Program Chair
Dr. Stephen I. Hudis, ACP President
Dr. Mark Ludlow, CPE Division Director
Dr. John R. Agar
Dr. Kenneth Kurtz
Dr. Sundeep Rawal
Dr. Geoffrey Thompson

Program Disclaimer

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.

The ACP, its contractors and attending news media may be photographing, videotaping, audio-taping or webcasting scientific sessions and events at the Annual Session. By attending the ACP Annual Session, attendees acknowledge these activities and agree to allow their image to be used by the ACP in association publications, on the ACP’s website, and in marketing and promotional materials. Photo images are made available to Annual Session attendees and may also be shared with the media. Attendees at the Annual Session waive all claims against the ACP for any liability resulting from these uses.

Only official contracted ACP vendors and working journalists with ACP approved press credentials will be permitted to photograph, video and/or audio tape scientific sessions, the exhibit hall, early bird sessions and Saturday workshops. Individuals recording with personal video/audio equipment or other recording devices (i.e. cell phones, digital or film cameras or tape recorders) without prior permission from the ACP or without proper credentials will be asked to cease recording or using these devices immediately.

ACP Meetings Code of Conduct Policy

The ACP is dedicated to providing a safe, harassment-free, and inclusive meeting experience for all participants. Participants in ACP meetings include members, registrants, guests, staff, speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, and Board members. The ACP does not tolerate harassment of meeting participants in any form. Any violations will be taken seriously.

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