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Educational activities at forefront of AEEDC 2019

By Dental Tribune International
February 04, 2019

DUBAI, UAE: The UAE International Dental Conference and Arab Dental Exhibition (AEEDC) in Dubai is the gateway to the emerging and far-reaching dental market in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia (MENASA) region. Again in 2019, and for its 23rd edition, a wide range of dental products, equipment and services will be showcased. As one of the largest dental events in the MENASA region, AEEDC will host a number of practical and interactive activities that will run alongside the exhibition from 5 to 7 February.

Since its inception in 1996, AEEDC Dubai has been bringing the most innovative minds and brands to the stage and floor. Every year, AEEDC Dubai unites stakeholders from across the dental spectrum to advance their knowledge and network with like-minded peers. With every edition, the event aims to go beyond the usual approach to continuing education. With all the scientific activities, including pre-conference courses, hands-on workshops, competitions and poster presentations, it is an opportunity for participants to become better dental professionals and clinicians. They also gain valuable continuing medical education credits.

Boasting over hundreds of international companies distributed over nine exhibition halls and 16 national pavilions, AEEDC Dubai Exhibition provides a platform to engage customers, demonstrate products, drive brand awareness, conduct face-to-face business and make sales—but the networking possibilities do not stop there. During the coffee breaks, luncheons and AEEDC Dubai evening activities, such as the gala dinner, the event organisers have set aside plenty of time to exchange ideas and discuss the happenings of the day.

AEEDC Dubai Executive Chairman Dr Abdul Salam al-Madani said: “In its 23rd edition, AEEDC Dubai features a completely new agenda, which is carefully designed to respond to the future needs of dental professionals. In addition, a number of scientific gatherings and educational activities held on the sidelines of the premier dental gathering will greatly help in improving the quality of existing dental systems, on par with international standards. AEEDC Dubai offers an ideal meeting place for promoting dental education, preparing the next generation of dentists and enhancing dental practice by delivering a broad spectrum of knowledge in various specialities of dentistry.”

Expanding on Madani’s comment, AEEDC Dubai Scientific Chairman Dr Nasser al-Malik added: “This year’s edition features many exceptional educational activities and interactive sessions that will be running throughout the three days of the event in parallel to the conference and the exhibition. The exhibition space has also been increased to bring in new dental companies that will be displaying products and technologies that are being introduced for the first time in the region. The exhibition floor will also host educational activities where dentists will have the opportunity to learn new techniques and go through the newest dental materials.”

AEEDC Dubai is held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid al-Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of the Emirate of Dubai, Minister of Finance of the UAE, and President of the Dubai Health Authority, who will officially inaugurate the event on 5 February.

Dental Tribune International cordially invites all AEEDC attendees to its booth #SM04 for more information about the company's portfolio, which includes print, digital and educational media products.

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