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Swedental and Annual Dental Congress return to Gothenburg

In November it’s once again time for Swedental and the Annual Dental Congress, a trade fair and venue for the whole Swedish dental sector, offering the chance to learn about the latest odontological findings and be inspired by interesting speakers and new solutions.

Over 200 exhibitors from 13 countries are exhibiting the latest in the sector. These exhibitors represent products ranging from implants and consumables to dental laboratory work and clinic and laboratory fittings.

The Annual Dental Congress is this year focusing on trauma and emergency dental treatment. This year’s keynote speaker is Jens Ove Andreasen, a doyen in traumatology, who is lecturing on the effects of dental traumas on the individual and society.

The inaugural session of the Congress is open to everyone and takes place at 10.00 on Thursday, 15 November in the Congress Hall. The inaugural speaker is Thomas Hammarberg, who was Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights from 2006 to 2012. The session concludes with Dan Hylander performing both classics and songs from his new album ‘The Delayed Man’.

Swedental takes place from 15-17 November 2012.