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ADI Biennial Team Congress
7-9 May 2009, ICC Birmingham

ADI President

Dear Colleagues,

The ADI biennial congress has become a major event in the dental implant meeting world.

The unique combination of high quality science and dedicated streamed programmes for the entire dental implant team has elevated the status of the ADI Congress to a prominent position in the world meeting arena. Added to which, innovative evening social events and an extensive technical exhibition attract over 1,000 attendees every two years. This major event enables members, implant team staff and professional colleagues to renew friendships, discuss topical issues and catch up with the latest developments in this constantly growing specialty.

12 key international speakers have been invited to present the plenary scientific programme with 11 international and national speakers presenting the specialised DCP programmes for the two full days 7 and 8 May. On Saturday 9 May, delegates have a further opportunity to extend their knowledge by attending a choice of tailored industry workshops and masterclasses.

Dental implantology is a team specialty - the 2009 Congress programme continues to uphold and endorse this ethos. The recent compulsory DCP registration recognises the important role played by the trained team. By attending the ADI Congress, every delegate will be assured of receiving verifiable CPD, crucial for individual maintenance on the GDC register.

To complement the science, we warmly welcome all delegates to the complimentary reception at the Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery on the first night of the Congress and urge all teams and industry colleagues to join us at the fabulous ‘American Pie Party’ night on Friday 8 May.

The 2009 team Congress should not be missed. We look forward to seeing you in May 2009.

Anthony Bendkowski, President
Larry Browne, Michael Norton, Paul Stone: Scientific Committee

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