Dental Shows: American Dental Association
The American Dental Association (ADA) is a large organization that has the dental health of people of every age group and ethnic background as its mission. It is an organization that is composed of dentists that practice as individuals or in practices, dental lab workers, hygienists, and other dental workers from office staff to dental specialists. Statistics show that many dentists are members of the ADA, with a further approximation that 7 out of 10 dentists are members.
The American Dental Association meeting takes place once a year. This dental meeting consists of dental workers of all aspects to receive information about dental education and participating may benefit the worker by allowing them up to date information on dental practices, current techniques and valid credit hours toward their continuing education.
The ADA conference promotes education through lectures given by prominent dental professionals on topics such as new dental hygiene procedures, business strategies for dental practices and other information concerning the enhancement of dental procedure and practice. The ADA has informational seminars for the general public, business associates of dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and for the dentists themselves.
Classes for dental hygienists, dental assistants, technicians working in dental labs, students of dental science and those who work on the business side within a dental practice. Lectures and demonstrations are offered over approximately a week's time and offer upward of 700 dental convention exhibitors. These exhibitors promote new technology for dental services having to do with tooth decay prevention, tooth repair, cosmetic tooth adjustments, dental practice promotion and marketing, internet dental marketing for the online benefit of dental practice, dental implants, dental surgery, dental clinics, and a multitude of other dental equipment, dental tools and their accessories.