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CHICAGO, US: The Chicago Dental Society (CDS) has recently announced that registration for its 158th Midwinter Meeting is now open. The premier dental meeting, which attracts attendees from around the globe, will be held at McCormick Place West in Chicago on 23–25 February 2023.
“The Midwinter Meeting will once again be the place to learn from the brightest minds in the industry and earn valuable CE [continuing education] credit,” CDS President-Elect Dr Michael Durbin said in a press release. “We’ve scouted and vetted a roster of more than 120 renowned clinicians and leaders in dental education to deliver hundreds of CE-accredited courses across a variety of topics to help all members of the dental team advance their careers and provide the best patient care possible.”
The Midwinter Meeting is known for attracting top-tier speakers in the field of dentistry from across the country. The upcoming 158th edition of the event will offer attendees more than 240 CE-accredited courses, including 45 workshops. Additionally, it will provide dentists and their teams with the latest practice management solutions and evidence-based clinical knowledge.
The expansive exhibition hall will feature hands-on access to the latest dental products and technologies. Here, attendees can expect to experience the latest 3D-printing and laser technologies, as well as practice management and restorative dentistry solutions, available to help dental teams provide the best care possible for their patients.
“It’s always fascinating to see and test the latest innovations from both the biggest household brands and the new, up-and-coming companies. You never know what you’ll find in the exhibition hall, but there’s always something beneficial for every dental practice and team member,” Dr Durbin added.
Rounding out the Midwinter Meeting experience will be a series of social and networking events, including a general session, Brews and Bargains happy hour, an ice cream social, dedicated networking events for early career dentists and dental students, a Friday night concert at Park West headlined by Tributosaurus and the President’s Dinner Dance.
More information on the event, including registration fees, can be found at cds.org/mwm.