Expo-Dent├íria – PDA Congress 2016

Dear colleagues, Next year will be celebrated the 25th edition of the Portuguese Dental Association Congress. Which conveys a specific identity is now recognized as the reference event in the panorama of Portuguese dentistry. Above all, it is a Congress ruled by the scientific quality of its programs, allowing many medical and many dentists, students and other related fields professionals, access to prestigious international and national speakers conferences. In addition, the OMD Congress organizes the largest and most important national exhibition of equipment and dental equipment, in which the most recognized brands in the industry are represented. It is therefore a prime spot to boost business. The social program also allows foster contact between all Congressmen, promoting conviviality often hampered by the very conditions of working life. We are committed to making the 2016 OMD Congress is once again a success. e hope I can celebrate this 25th edition and as such, I invite you to… View Article

August 17, 2016 | News Americas
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