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Special priced early registration now open for the 2017 World Congress in Madrid

Special priced early registration now open for the 2017 World Congress in Madrid

•    The World Dental Federation World Dental Congress, which will be held in Madrid over four full days (29 August to 1 September 2017), is aimed at dentists, dental students, dental hygienists, laboratory techs and assistants.

•    The early registration fee for Spanish dentists is 260 euros, 200 euros for hygienists and laboratory techs, 150 euros for clinic assistants and 130 euros for dental students. You may register starting today online at the website: www.world-dental-congress.com.

The Chairman of the General Dental Council in Spain, Óscar Castro, recalled that this dental event is the “most important of the decade” with the presence of more than 100 national and international speakers of the highest prestige and with 7,000 square metres of exhibit space at IFEMA.
Madrid, 2 November 2016. The General Dental Council of Spain is opening up special priced early registration today to attend the World Dental Federation (FID) World Dental Congress which will be attended by more than 10,000 professionals from 120 countries.  It is considered the most important Congress of the decade in Spain.
2 11 2016Abierto el plazo de inscipcion anticipada para el Congreso Mundial de laFDI
Under the slogan Bringing the world together to improve oral health, the FDI World Congress is the only multi-disciplinary event to gather the most outstanding national and international experts from the main dental fields over four full days from 29th August to 1st September 2017.

The Congress includes custom practical workshops, is certified by the ADA and offers continuing education credits and will also feature a complete commercial exhibition with the presence of the sector industry which will showcase the latest technological developments at the Congress.
“It’s a historic opportunity because Madrid is going to become the world dental capital in 2017 given that it is going to host the best Congress in the world. In my opinion, it is the most important dental event in the decade and we’re convinced it will be complete success,” said the Chairman of the General Dental Council in Spain, Óscar Castro Reino.

In the eyes of the highest authority at the Spanish Dental Association, the Scientific Programme (which can also be viewed at the official website) “compares with no other congress held in the world annually as far as the quality as there are presentations by more than 100 speakers of the greatest world prestige,” he indicated and all at prices “that are absolutely affordable given that our idea has always been to make it easier for all dentists and sector professionals to attend”.

To this end, Castro also underlined the importance of the commercial side, “where we will have approximately 350 brands and state-of-the-art companies from around the world in the 7,000 square metres of exhibit space provided for this purpose at IFEMA.” He also emphasized the parallel recreational programme which will be set up “so all those in attendance may also enjoy and experience the city of Madrid,” which the General Council will be revealing in the coming weeks.
People may register as of today via the official website for the Congress: www.world-dental-congress.com, which also provides specially priced hotel booking.

General Dental Council of Spain
  Created in 1930, it is the executive body of the Dental Association. Its competences include coordinating the Association’s general organisational policy, structuring the exercise of the profession, representing and defending the interests of its professionals and promoting Spaniards’ rights to dental health. The General Council is also responsible for preparing, developing and updating the national Code of Ethics and Conduct for the profession as well as social, scientific, cultural and labour-related promotion of Dentistry and Stomatology.

More information: Antonio Mª Serrano Rubio. Director of Communications. Telephone 914 264 414