The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario – ASM21

The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario – ASM21

The first step to health is to prevent and treat the disease in its early stages. Every person has two series of teeth during their life: baby teeth and permanent teeth grow in the mouth from the age of 6 months to 3 years. From the age of 6 to 12, milk teeth gradually fall out and, permanent teeth grow in their place and remain in the mouth for the rest of their lives.

Taking care of your baby’s first teeth is very important. The baby needs these teeth for proper nutrition, proper speech and growth. Oral hygiene should begin even before a baby’s first teeth erupt. Oral hygiene from a very young age is important to prevent tooth decay; So start brushing your baby’s milk tooth very soon.

The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario – ASM21
Although we may look a little different than in previous years, we will continue to monitor the shifting environment and follow any directives set forth by our governments and public health officials. The The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario (ASM) has been running for 154 years and the event attracts in normal circumstances more than approximately 13,000 attendees and features 75,000 square feet of exhibit space encompassing 300+ exhibitors from across Canada, the United States and internationally. The event has long been one of the largest and most respected dental conventions in North America and an important gathering place for all dental professionals to connect and learn from each other and to share best practices. Rest assured that our planning for The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario (ASM21) will incorporate a range of health and safety protocols many of us have now become accustomed to that are designed to ensure the comfort and safety of our exhibitors and our attendees.
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The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario
Virtual ASM21 registration will start from March 2021. The ODA does not sell the list of participants to anyone.

Official Disclaimer of the Ontario Dental Association

The Ontario ِِDental Association does not endorse any of the products and services mentioned by the speakers in their lectures at the Annual Spring Meeting. It should be noted that each speaker who refers to products, services and techniques has expressed his / her personal opinion and not the opinion of the Ontario Dental Association.

Speakers Handouts

Speakers allow us to upload our handouts to the ASM site in a limited time. Not all gang members give pamphlets. The booklets will be available for download until April 2021.

The Dental Annual Spring Meeting in Ontario – ASM21

Important Tasks of Baby Milk Teeth

  • An essential role in health, nutrition, and chewing
  • Beauty, helping the child’s mental health and correct pronunciation of words
  • Maintaining the necessary space for the growth of permanent teeth and ultimately preventing the disintegration of teeth and reducing the need for orthodontic treatment (one of the important reasons for the inclination of permanent teeth is the early loss of milk teeth)
  • The decay of milk teeth causes damage to the buds of permanent teeth.
  • An essential role in health, nutrition, and chewing
  • Beauty, helping the child’s mental health and correct pronunciation of words
  • Maintaining the necessary space for the growth of permanent teeth and ultimately preventing the disintegration of teeth and reducing the need for orthodontic treatment (one of the important reasons for the inclination of permanent teeth is the early loss of milk teeth)
  • The decay of milk teeth causes damage to the buds of permanent teeth.

Contact Registration Assistance

SPEAKER AND REGISTRATION

Teresa Tomassetti
Conference & Events Coordinator
Phone: 416-355-2259
Toll Free: 1-866-739-8099 ext.2259
Email: [email protected]
Exhibitor Prospectus pdf

SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISING

Helen McDowell
Manager, Conference & Events, ODA
Phone: 416-355-2274
Toll Free: 1-866-739-8099 ext.2274
Email: [email protected]

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