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XXXXX Dental Tribune U.S. Edition | May 2013A6 Ad MEEtINgS New hands-on educational pavilions added to Greater New York Dental Meeting Registration is now open for the 2013 Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM). Organizers of the 89th an- nual meeting anticipate the largest at- tendance yet. New for the 2013 meeting will be a redesign of the exhibit floor — with the addition of new technology pavilions and a unique dental labora- tory exhibition. The exhibit floor and the diverse con- tinuing education programs are the centerpiece of the expansive annual meeting. Attendees are able to walk the exhibit floor for free (no preregistra- New on the exhibit floor at the 2013 Greater New York Dental Meeting will be three new hands-on pavallions showcasing the latest in lasers, CAD/CAMs and cone-beam/CT/X-rays. Photo/Provided by GNYDM tion fee) and meet with more than 600 companies selling the newest products and advanced technologies. The education program will include 300 full- and half-day seminars, essays and hands-on workshops. Among the specialty programs are topics includ- ing orthodontics, endodontics, cosmet- ic dentistry, pediatric dentistry and implant dentistry. The GNYDM is introducing three new hands-on educational pavilions, including lasers, CAD/CAM and cone- beam/CT/X-rays. Each of these pavil- ions will house multiple companies providing information on the latest technologies that can be used in the dental office. Attendees will be able to instantly compare all the products in one location, while also becoming more familiar with the state-of-the-art technology by attending morning and afternoon educational programs pre- sented at each pavilion. The GNYDM and Aegis Publishing, Inside Dental Technology, have an- nounced a groundbreaking partner- ship in laboratory technology. Collabo- ration 2013 will provide a designated laboratory exhibit area on the GNYDM exhibit floor, specialized education, demonstrations, digital dentistry and technology that will engage techni- cians and dentists side-by-side in an integrated, hands-on experience. The GNYDM continues to offer a modern, high-tech free “live dentist- ry” arena daily from Sunday through Wednesday. The interactive “live” program features top clinicians per- forming dental procedures on actual patients on stage, in front of 600 at- tendees. It all takes place right on the exhibit floor. Attendees are encour- aged to arrive early because seats fill quickly. The GNYDM is the largest dental congress and exhibition in the United States, registering 53,481 attendees from all 50 states and 130 countries in 2012. There is never a pre-registration fee at the GNYDM. Dental profession- als are invited to be part of the 2013 meeting to experience the energy of an event that draws top dental profes- sionals from around the world. And you'll also get to see all that New York City has to offer during one of its most beautiful times of the year, Nov. 29 through Dec. 4. Free registration is now open for the 2013 meeting at (Source: Greater New York Dental Meeting) Tell us what you think! Is there a topic you would like to see articles about in Dental Tribune U.S.? Let us know by e-mailing us at feedback@dental-tribune. com. We look forward to hearing from you!