MONTREAL, May 22 /CNW Telbec/ - The 38th annual Journées dentaires
internationales du Québec (JDIQ), the largest dentistry convention in Canada,
will be held from May 23 to 26 at the Palais des congrès de Montréal
convention centre. This important annual event focuses on continuing
professional education for all Quebec dentists and the members of their dental
The scientific program for the convention includes a number of workshops
and lectures given by internationally renowned speakers. The workshops will
look at subjects as varied as treating snoring, dental care for the elderly
losing their independence, women's oral health, and innovations in
laser-assisted oral and implantation surgery.
Another highlight is the presentation by author and speaker Karen Cortell
Reisman, Albert Einstein's cousin, who will draw on the famous physicist's
letters to shed light on communication strategies with patients and how to
strengthen the bond of trust between dentists and their patients.
The exhibitors' booths are also worth a visit, with something for
everyone in the dentistry industry. Exhibitors will be displaying a wide range
of the latest, often high-tech products and services.
Media representatives are invited to attend this unique event and learn
about the latest advances in dentistry. To consult the JDIQ program, visit the
"Journées dentaires" section of the ODQ Website, www.odq.qc.ca.
For further information:
For further information: Carole Erdelyon, Director of Public Affairs and
Communications, (514) 875-8511, ext. 2232