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XXXXX Dental Tribune U.S. Edition | November 2013A6 Ad MEEtINgS Greater New York Dental Meeting exhibit hall packs in more events By Jayme McNiff Spicciatie Greater New York Dental Meeting The Greater New York Dental Meeting (GNYDM), Nov. 29–Dec. 4, expands to more than 1,500 exhibit booths housing more than 600 companies. The ongoing partnership between the GNYDM and the U.S. Department of Commerce Inter- national Buyer Program provides an op- portunity to meet worldwide senior level volume buyers as well as receive export counseling from government specialists to increase sales. Free C.E. in exhibit hall ... and more • ColLABoration brings dentists and tech- nicians together in a laboratory exhibit area on the exhibit floor with specialized education, demonstrations, digital den- tistry and technology that will engage technicians and dentists side-by-side in an integrated, hands-on experience. • Three tech pavilions are being added to the exhibit floor, focusing on CAD/CAM, cone-beam and lasers. • New dentists’ program focuses on start- up strategies and pathways to practice ownership for the new dentist. • Women’s program focuses on chal- lenges facing the female practitioner, in- cluding personal stories and professional advice on women’s lifestyles in dentistry. • Dental assistant pavilion will be open on the exhibit floor each day of the meet- ing. • “Real World: Dentistry for the Restor- ative Practice” will be presented by Dr. Robert Lowe at the Friday, Nov. 29, open- ing session, at the New York Marriott Mar- quis Hotel in the Westside Ballroom fifth floor. • Botox, Dysport and dermal filler seminars, demonstrations and hands-on workshops will include procedures on ac- tual patients to teach dentists how to use Botox/Dysport and dermal fillers in their practices. They’re offered Sunday, Monday and Wednesday. • More than 100 hands-on workshops will feature the latest technological advances and the newest dental materials. • With three days of the latest research and awareness of dental sleep medicine, you’ll be able to learn how to establish dental sleep medicine protocols in your practice, identify patients at risk, integrate medical practice systems and treat pa- tients successfully. • Learning and lunch panel discussions are being offered Sunday and Tuesday. At- tendees receive free C.E. and a free lunch at the close of the program. Space is lim- ited. • An Invisalign Expo will take place Sun- day, Monday and Tuesday. Invisalign pro- gramming will be available for the entire dental team, enabling you to learn how to incorporate Invisalign into your practice. To expand hospitality to attendees from across the world, the GNYDM is offering free multilanguage courses in French, Ital- ian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. The live dentistry arena, a 430-seat high-tech patient demonstration area, of- fers revolutionary concepts in treating patients with new materials and applica- tions. The demonstrations take place on the exhibit show floor every morning and afternoon Sunday through Wednesday. There is no cost to attendees. With three major international airports, Newark Liberty (EWR), Kennedy (JFK) and La Guardia (LGA) — and with discounted hotel rates for those attending the meeting — it should be easy for attendees to enjoy all that New York City has to offer at the be- ginning of the holiday season. The GNYDM has room blocks at 39 ho- tels in Manhattan, with free round-trip bus service to the convention center. Visit the hotels and transportation page online at for room rates. And, as always, registration for the GNYDM is free. Attendees visit the exhibit hall floor at the 2012 Greater New York Dental Meeting. Photo/Dental Tribune file photo