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Video: ADA 22nd New Dentist Conference: Jazzed in New Orleans

Friday, May 23, 2008 General News J E 4
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CHICAGO, May 22 Get jazzed! Join your colleagues for theADA 22nd New Dentist Conference: Jazzed in New Orleans. This year's conferencewill be held June 26-28, 2008 in New Orleans, Louisiana. It's a great way tonetwork with peers and learn from experts while supporting the city's rebirthand enjoying the unique Cajun culture. Carriage rides are back, restaurantshave re-opened, and that good old New Orleans jazz is in the air.

Conference attendees will spend two days networking with their peers andlearning from experts in the dental profession. The schedule includescontinuing education courses for new dentists, recent graduates and dentalstudents across all professional dental occupations, including special coursesbrought to you by the ADA-Pankey Education Connection (APEC). Whether yourinterest is in practice management or clinical techniques, we have a coursefor you. Special leadership programming for new dentist volunteers will beoffered again this year. Plus, all registered attendees are invited to attendthe complimentary Friday night event!

All 2008 New Dentist Conference early-bird registrants will automaticallybe registered for the Sweepstakes. 2008 New Dentist Conference registrationand other entries must be postmarked or submitted electronically by 12pm CT onMay 9, 2008.

Sponsorship

This unique opportunity to learn and grow professionally and personally isprovided by the ADA Committee on the New Dentist with the support of theAmerican Dental Association and our generous sponsors.

Visit New Orleans

The cultural riches that define the New Orleans experience continue toflourish. The most celebrated and historic core of the city - including theFrench Quarter, Faubourg Marigny, Central Business District, Warehouse andArts Districts, Magazine Street, Garden District, Audubon Park and Zoo, andSt. Charles Avenue - is thriving. With all of its facets, a New Orleansexperience is never anything but completely authentic. The historic andcultural experience that has attracted millions of visitors for decades is asrich, charming and welcoming as ever. For more information about New Orleans,visit the New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau at www.neworleanscvb.comor call 800-672-6124.

Additional Information

Conference attendees and speakers are prohibited from marketing goods orservices. Attire for the conference, including all programming, courses,meals and entertainment, is business casual.

For more information on the ADA Committee on the New Dentist, call800-621-8099 (x2779) or e-mail newdentist@ada.org.To view the Multimedia News Release, go to:http://www.prnewswire.com/mnr/ada/32617/

SOURCE American Dental Association
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