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news 20 ADX Sydney 2016 of the free ferries to the exhibition centre, you can get up close and personal with this iconic struc- ture. Feedback from visitors and exhibitors at the last event rated the Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island as an ideal ve- nue. The abundance of natural light makes the event something special; it creates a really posi- tive vibe within the exhibition hall. What is great about ADX16 Sydney is that visitors are spoilt for travel and accommodation choices. Options include free ferries that will get you to the venue by water, free shuttle buses, ample on-sight car park- ing and discounted accommoda- tion. What is this year’s focus in the professional development programme? Could you give us an overview of the speakers and topics? The ADX16 Sydney continu- ing professional development pro- gramme is exceptionally strong and offered by professional organ- isations, including the Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch), the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, the Australian Dental Prosthetists Association, the Australasian Academy for Dental Sleep Medicine and the Australian Association of Practice Management, in addition to lead- ing local suppliers. There are 39 individual ses- sions, which have a strong focus on restorative dentistry, and the presenters are recognised across the region as leaders in the field. A number of sessions focus on orthodontics and implants—which is hardly surprising given the in- creasing interest of dental profes- sionals in the new products avail- able in these segments. Reflecting ADIA’s commitment to supporting research, the pro- ceeds from the ADX16 Sydney seminar programme are going to the Australian Dental Research Foundation. ADX16 Sydney is an excellent opportunity to meet with clients and professionals in a relaxed atmosphere. What programme features can visitors particularly look forward to? In many respects, ADX16 Sydney is more than a dental exhibition; it is an unparalleled opportunity for dentists and al- liedoralhealthcareprofessionals to develop new, and cement exist- ing, contacts with their peers. The free welcome reception on the Friday night is typically at- tended by some 2,000 people and there is no better way to meet colleagues than over a relaxing beer or glass of wine. Throughout ADX16 Sydney, visitors to the event can sit in one of the cafés in the exhibition hall and have lunch while discussing all the products they have seen. A first for ADX16 Sydney is the product showcase, which will allow people to set back and learn about the latest innovative products from the businesses that are introducing them to the Australian market for the first time. Make no mistake about it, ADX16 Sydney is an event that allows dentists and allied oral health care professionals to see more, buy more and learn more. 7 38th Asia Pacific Dental Congress Advancing Dentistry with Modern Science and Technology On behalf of the Asia Pacific Dental Federation and the Hong Kong Dental Association, we would like to invite you to attend the 38th Asia Pacific Dental Congress (APDC 2016) to be held at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 17-19 June 2016. Theme ‘Advancing Dentistry with Modern Science and Technology’, APDC 2016 will be an excellent platform to meet and dissect challenges in the field with leading experts from around the world. INVITED SPEAKERS · Dr Chris Chang · Professor Monty Duggal · Dr Stanley Malamed · Professor Hsu Ming-Lun · Dr Hiroshi Ogawa · Professor Mariano Sanz · Dr Frankie So · Professor Adrian Yap · And many more… KEYNOTE & PLENARY LECTURE TOPICS · Innovations in Dental Traumatology. Tradition Versus a Bright New Future · Is the Mandibular Block Passé? · Emergency Medicine - Sudden Cardiac Arrest and AEDs? · Prevention of Peri Implant Disease for Implant Success · The Implications of Population Aging to General Dental Practice · Guided Surgery: Application in Complex Edentulous Cases and Use of a New Digital Workflow for Partial and Single Cases · Simplified Mechanics for Challenging Cases, Part I & II · Improve Population Oral Health by Targeting NCDCommon Risk Factors · “Oh My Aching Jaw”: Detection and Management of TMD in Primary Care · Bone Biomechanics of Implant Dentistry ABSTRACT SUBMISSION APDC 2016 is now accepting abstracts. Submit your abstract now and let your voice be heard! Visit for more information. ABSTRACT TOPICS INCLUDE · Endodontics · Geriatric Dentistry · Implantology · Infection Control · Neuroscience / TMD · And many more… IMPORTANT DATES Abstract Submission Deadline: 29 February 2016 Early Bird Registration Deadline: 1 April 2016 APDC 2016 SECRETARIAT Registration & Accommodation: for your queries and requirements about registration and accommodation; Lqr-ŽOÿm`qŽ\na`mnükt+ŽQdfhrsq`shnmŽ`mcŽ@bbnllnc`shnmŽ Manager E-mail: Scientific Information: for your queries about scientific programme; Ms. Selen Akün, Scientific Programme Coordinator E-mail: Sponsorship & Exhibition Requirements: for your queries about sponsorship & exhibition opportunities and application process; Mr. Veysel Güzel, Project Manager E-mail: General Details for all other queries; Mr. Veysel Güzel, Project Manager E-mail: Lr-ŽL`q`kŽA`khlnükt+ŽOqnidbsŽL`m`fdq E-Mail: 17-19 June, 2016 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre AD “The growth in professional services, including marketing,finance,insurance and patient management software,is amazing.”

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