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Continuing education certificates are now available for dentists and dental team members who took courses at CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry Sept. 10-12. Here's how to access yours.
Anyone who missed CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry can access the exhibit hall on-demand. Plus, attendees tell us what they enjoyed most at the convention.
The Dentists Insurance Company’s new course “Calibrate Your Risk Radar: Recognizing Potential Risks in Patient Care and Patient Selection” launched online Sept. 8 and will be available Sept. 12 as a live webinar at the first-ever CDA Presents virtual convention.
The first all-virtual CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry kicks off this week.As attendees prepare for the virtual convention, CDA offers the following tips to help maximize this new digital experience.
Dental professionals planning to attend the all-virtual CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry can start planning their schedules and enrolling in courses.
At the first all-virtual CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry happening Sept. 10-12, dentists and their teams will be able to engage not only with presenters of some of the 40-plus continuing education courses, but also with exhibitors in the convention’s first-ever interactive exhibit hall.
Registration is now open for one of the largest and most highly anticipated events for dental professionals across the country, CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry. During the virtual convention, attendees will have the flexibility to access more than 40 programs led by top dental experts, live Q&A sessions and networking opportunities from anywhere on their phone, computer or tablet.
Dentists and their teams can safely catch up on continuing education and connect with industry experts this September at CDA’s first all-virtual C.E. convention. CDA’s live C.E. convention, scheduled to take place in San Francisco, was canceled in accordance with state and local public health guidance related to large gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic.
After evaluating current public health guidance related to COVID-19 and the organization of large-scale events in California and San Francisco County, the California Dental Association has made the difficult decision to cancel its continuing education convention, CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry, which was scheduled to take place Sept. 10-12 in San Francisco.