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Thousands of Dental Professionals Arrive in Honolulu for ADA's 150th Annual Session
Date:10/1/2009

More than 24,000 attendees expected, including visitors from some 70 countries

HONOLULU, Oct. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Dental Association's (ADA) expects some 7,500 dentists to be among over 24,000 attendees celebrating its 150th birthday during the Association's 150th( )Annual Session and World Marketplace Exhibition at the Hawaii Convention Center from Sept. 30 through Oct. 4.

ADA's Annual Session, which attracts visitors from around the globe, will bring dental professionals from nearly 70 countries to Hawaii this year.

Sesquicentennial celebration, unique educational offerings

The ADA's sesquicentennial celebration will feature special events such as "An Evening Under the Stars" on Friday evening, Oct. 2; and unique educational offerings including Education in the Round, the Live Operatory Center, the Competition Hub and, new for 2009, 150 high-tech products on one stage.

"This year's Annual Session promises to be a tremendous event, offering unique educational sessions and an enjoyable location with recreational opportunities to re-energize us," said John S. Findley, D.D.S., ADA president. "We are very excited to welcome so many dental professionals to one of the best destinations in the world to celebrate our 150(th) Anniversary and 150th Annual Session."

World Marketplace Exhibition Opens Today

The ADA Annual Session offers attendees the choice of more than 180 relevant and topical continuing education courses, and the majority of continuing education course seats are free to registrants. Registration also includes entrance into the World Marketplace Exhibition featuring more than 350 of the leading suppliers of dental products and services.

Attendees to Experience Aloha at "An Evening under the Stars"

Annual Session attendees can join their colleagues in helping the ADA culminate its 150
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