Don’t miss this year’s Adelaide Dental Symposium

Adelaide Dental Symposium
Joe Brumm, creator, Bluey

Be sure to save the date—30 August—for the Adelaide Dental Symposium at the Adelaide Oval, an event that promises something for every member of your dental practice.

Dentists, hygienists, practice managers, support staff … there is valuable content and networking opportunities tailored to every role. From the comprehensive educational sessions to the opportunity to explore the latest industry innovations at the exhibition, the Adelaide Dental Symposium is designed to meet the needs of all dental professionals. 

The conference includes a two-stream education program, allowing attendees to learn from industry leaders and accrue CPD hours, as well as a clinical program that boasts an impressive line-up of experts.

Balancing the technical presentations, the symposium also includes sessions on building a better practice. Presenters include respected behavioural researchers Kieran Flanagan and Dan Gregory, leadership and team connection coach Dr Grace Sha, and Carolyn Dean whose session AI-enhanced Dental Marketing you don’t want to miss. Joe Brumm, creator of Australia’s top children’s television program, Bluey, is also featured.

Attendees can also look forward to a boutique exhibition showcasing the latest innovations in dental products and services culminating in a cocktail networking function. There’s also free childcare for the duration of the event. 

Group discounts are available; save up to 50 per cent on the ticket price when you bring a team of four people or more.

Adelaide Dental Symposium

In addition, attendees who purchase an ADX Gold Pass Subscriber ticket upon registration will receive a complimentary one-year annual subscription. This subscription provides access to exclusive discounted CPD courses and subscriber-only offers, adding significant value to the ticket.

To learn more or register, scan the QR code.

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