BALTIMORE, Oct. 23, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2018 Annual Session of the American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) is taking place in Baltimore from Oct. 31 to Nov. 3. The premiere prosthodontic meeting of the year will draw around 1,000 specialists in advanced dentistry, including educators, private practitioners, and industry leaders.
"We are thrilled to bring our meeting to a city with such historical significance in dentistry. Baltimore has been on the cutting edge of oral health, with the first ever dental college opening in the city in 1840," said ACP President Robert M. Taft, DDS, FACP. "The prosthodontic specialty is fueled by that same pioneering spirit, making this a perfect fit for the ACP's 48th Annual Session."
Led by program chair Radi Masri, DDS, MS, PhD, FACP, and ACP President Dr. Robert M. Taft, this year's Annual Session is focused on innovative applications in prosthodontics. Speakers will describe the latest advances in dental implants, facial reconstruction, and bone augmentation, all with the goal of improving patient care.
"The dental specialists that attend the meeting will learn the newest evidence-based techniques, technologies, and treatments that they can apply in patient treatment," said Dr. Masri. "Ultimately, it is the patient who benefits, because they will be receiving the best treatment possible."
A prosthodontist is a dental specialist focused on the restoration and replacement of missing or damaged teeth, and other oral or facial issues. They work to restore optimum appearance and function to your smile through treatments like implants, dentures and veneers, all the way to full mouth and jaw reconstructions.
To learn more about the event, and the dental specialists attending, visit ACP48.com.
About the ACP
The American College of Prosthodontists (ACP) is the only ADA recognized organization for the specialty of prosthodontics. The ACP is dedicated to advancing the art and science of prosthodontics and promoting the specialty to the public and dental professionals. For more information, consumers can visit GoToAPro.org and dental professionals can visit Prosthodontics.org.
SOURCE American College of Prosthodontists