Published On : Mon, Feb 20th, 2017

70th Indian Dental Conference At CIDCO

Mumbai: 70th edition of Indian Dental Conference (IDC) a three day dental event of the year, hosted by Indian Dental Association, Maharashtra State Branch was inaugurated today at CIDCO Exhibition centre amidst a glittering function. The three day event commencing from 17th February 2017 and will conclude on 19th February 2017.

Indian Dental Conference (IDC) was inaugurated by Dr. Anil Kumar, JC Bose Fellow , Ex – Chief Scientist , National Chemical Laboratory. The programme was attended by Dr. T. N. Tilakraj, President, IDA HO, Dr. Ashok Dhoble, Hon. Secretary General, IDA HO, Dr. Ravindranath, Conference Secretary, Dr. Vikas Patil, President IDA, MSB, Dr. Sanjay Bhawsar , Organising Chairman , Vice Chairman SSS IDA MSB , Dr.Nitin Barve , Org. Secretary ,HSS IDA MSB amongst others

More than 7000 registered delegates and around 2000 Dental Surgeons are expected to visit IDC 2017 Trade Area. Also scientific bonanza’s has been designed to keep abreast of the latest developments in the field of dental sciences and allied specialties. The doyens in dentistry from India and abroad shall be sharing their knowledge and skills by podium presentations, Symposia, panel discussions, expert sessions, how do I do it etc.

About Indian Dental Association (IDA)

Founded in 1946 IDA is the largest recognized body of dental professionals in India. IDA has a national presence and works with 29 state and 7 union territories and over 360 local branches spread across the country. Its mission is to lead the country to optimal oral health while promoting professional advancement of its own members. IDA is affiliated with distinguished global associations such as the Federation of Dentaire Internationale (FDI or World Dental Federation), Commonwealth Dental Association (CDA) and the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), to name only a few. IDA believes in the importance of oral health and is consistently working towards its aim of optimal oral health for every Indian by 2020.