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Dental Tribune U.S. Edition

Ad QuébeceventfeaturesC.E. symposiaonexhibitfloor Registration is now open for the 2012 Journées dentaires internationales du Québec. This 42nd edition of Canada’s largest annual dental meeting promises to once again break all attendance re- cords, with more than 12,000 delegates expected from around the world. 325 Exhibitor booths, tons of C.E. Located in the heart of beautiful down- town Montreal, this annual gathering of the entire dental profession features five days of ADA CERP-accredited continuing education courses in lecture and work- shop formats as well as two full days of C.E. courses in the exhibit hall. In addition to having more than 325 exhibitor booths, the exhibition floor will host the Dental Tribune Study Club Symposia, where 10 lectures will be pre- sented over the two-day period, provid- ing participants the opportunity to ob- tain C.E. credits on the exhibition floor at no extra charge. Additionally, the exhibit hall will feature an opening ceremony, draws for iPads, a dentists’ art exhibition and much more. Scientific program lectures in both English and French The scientific program offers attendees a choice of more than 100 lectures in both English and French. The event pre- senter, the Ordre des dentistes du Québec (ODQ), is proud to announce a fee reduc- tion of more than 30 percent compared with last year for preconvention courses. The ODQ is honoured to feature Drs. Gor- don Christensen, John West, Robert Mar- geas, Gerard Kugel, Jose Luis Ruiz, Harald Heymann and Tim Donley among the invited speakers, just to name a few. The limited-attendance workshops are quickly reaching their maximum num- ber of registrants, so be sure to register early to avoid disappointment. To obtain more information, visit, and click on the convention folder. The ODQ looks forward to seeing you in Montreal in the spring! ODQ’s mission The mission of the Ordre des dentistes du Québec is to serve and support the high- est quality of oral care being provided to residents of Québec. Since 1974, it has worked with professionals to ensure the quality of dental services, the high stan- dards of practice and ethics — and to pro- mote oral health among the population of Québec. (Source: Ordre des dentistes du Québec) 2012 Journées dentaires internationales du Québec (JDIQ), May 25–29 The JDIQ scientific program offers attendees a choice of more than 100 lectures in both English and French. Photo/Ordre des dentistes du Québec Dental Tribune U.S. Edition | February 2012 A9MeetiNgs