Glidewell Dental to Present 3rd Annual Educational Symposium in Orlando

Glidewell Dental to Present 3rd Annual Educational Symposium in Orlando
November event to provide latest updates in clinical techniques and business strategies for success
Posted: February 28, 2019
Edited by Dentaltown staff

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.—Glidewell Dental has announced that the third annual Glidewell Dental Symposium is scheduled for Nov. 8–9, at the Hilton Bonnet Creek & Waldorf Astoria in Orlando, Florida.

The event will provide practical clinical and business education, with a first day of fast-paced presentations, and a second day of in-depth lectures and hands-on programs crafted specifically to help doctors overcome the challenges of everyday dentistry. Attendees enrolled for both days will earn up to 12 hours of continuing education credits.

“This is an exciting time to be involved in dentistry,” said Dr. Neil Park, scientific chair of the Glidewell Symposium and vice president of clinical affairs at Glidewell Dental. “From innovative technologies to progressive clinical techniques, there are many opportunities to help improve oral health and transform the smiles of patients. The Glidewell Symposium, now in its third year, aims to bring dentists the emerging science, technology and clinical methodologies that will define the future of dentistry. The curriculum is intended to help clinicians learn new tools and techniques to expand their service offerings, overcome challenges, and meet the needs of patients.”

During this weekend of networking and education, topics will cover everything from dental implants, restorative techniques and aesthetic dentistry, to in-office milling, sleep-related dentistry and practice management. All courses are designed to provide real-world clinical and business solutions so that attendees can achieve immediate, tangible results when they return to their practices.

“In the general session on Friday, we will have a full day, with 16 fast-paced presentations that eliminate the nonessential information and get right to the heart of the clinical technique or business strategy being presented,” said Park. “And on Saturday, attendees can choose from nearly 20 focused lectures and hands-on programs that further expand on the topics that matter most to the individual attendee. We are taking the educational format that was so popular last year and making it even better. This structure allows dentists to explore multiple avenues to advance their dental practices and promotes a path to clinical and business success.”

On both days of the event, attendees will also be able to browse interactive exhibits that feature the latest in 3D printing, intraoral scanning, in-office milling, the CAD/CAM workflow, dental implants, and regenerative and restorative materials. There will be live demonstrations, virtual reality tours, and opportunities for one-on-one discussions with the doctors and scientists who develop today’s cutting-edge restorative solutions and the artificial intelligence that informs restoration-design technology.

The symposium is for dentists, hygienists, and chairside and front-office staff. Tuition for the Friday general session is $195, and to register for sessions on both Friday and Saturday, tuition is $320. Early bird pricing is available for $145 and $270, respectively, when registering by May 1.

For the complete symposium agenda and to register, visit or call 866-791-9539.


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