The exhibit hall floor, as seen from above.
A rep at the American Orthodontics booth talks about Empower, VisionLP and T3 self-ligating systems with meeting attendees.
As her mom looks on, a young orthodontic patient samples some of the video games available at the Boyd Industries booth. The company also manufactures chairs, cabinets, stools and units.
The Ortho Organizers booth is just one of many here at the AAO meeting that is crowded with attendees.
Attendees use the C.E. station, located on the exhibit hall floor, to record the lectures they went to and print their hours report.
Orthodontic consultant and continuing education provider Carolyn Friedman talks to Brandon Dresser the ChaseHealthAdvance lounge during the AAO.
Ken Berkley of DMG explains the benefits of the Icon, which treats cavities without drilling.
Dr. Jack Fisher, inventor of the Fisher TAD System, talks to meeting attendees about anchorage during a presentation at Elite Ortho.
Dr. Steve Appel won an i-CAT from Imaging Sciences International, and the company will be giving another away too.
Warren and Jodi Levine at the Lips Inc. booth.
Linda Martinez, left, and Ariana Ramirez show off some of Plak Smacker's hottest items.
Shane Burden of RMO takes a moment to smile for the Ortho Tribune camera. Rocky Mountain Orthodontics manufactures all of its products in the United States.
The show floor was bustling with activity.
A meeting attendee gets her caricature done at the TeleVox Software booth.
Representatives from TP Orthodontics tell attendees about InVu esthetic brackets, the Originator Clear Aligner System and the Tip-Edge Plus bracket system.
Bill Tuccini of Familia Tuccini Orthodontic Laboratory says his family's company treats every customer like a member of the family.
It's a rhinoceros with braces! And he's got friends, including a shark, a dolphin and a dinosaur. These 'Wallbusters' were on display at the Imagination Dental Solutions booth.
Deborah Lyle, left, and Scott Headley of Water Pik want to help you make absolutely certain that all your patients are properly cleaning between wires and brackets.
Davin Bickford, left, and Patti Shadbolt of WildSmiles Brackets know how to make orthordontic treatment fun for kids. Their bracket designs include stars, hearts, flowers and footballs.
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