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AOSC returns to Singapore in February

The last in-person Association of Orthodontists (Singapore) Congress was held in 2019. The 2021 event took the form of an online conference and a digital exhibition. (Video: Association of Orthodontists (Singapore))
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Dental Tribune International

Mon. 16. January 2023


SINGAPORE: For the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Association of Orthodontists (Singapore) Congress (AOSC) will take place as an in-person event at Marina Bay Sands from 17 to 19 February. More than 800 people are expected to attend the event.

Under the theme “Anchoring the Present, Aligning for the Future”, AOSC 2023 boasts a well-rounded three-day conference programme. Seventeen renowned speakers from the orthodontic community, including keynote speakers Drs Ute Schneider-Moser, Simon Littlewood and Ravindra Nanda, will elaborate on a wide variety of essential topics for the modern orthodontist. Some key highlights of the programme are a post-congress day of workshops and a half-day programme focused on obstructive sleep apnoea for the orthodontist, presented from the lens of experienced medical and dental speakers Prof. Kee-Joon Lee and Drs Dawn Teo, Shaun Loh and Lye Kok Weng.

“This year, we are excited to welcome dentists and orthodontic colleagues from around the region back for an in-person AOSC. We will continue to bring the best AOSC experience to our attendees with a robust conference programme and dedicated orthodontic exhibition to equip fellow orthodontists with the latest innovations, while striving for clinical excellence,” shared Dr Koo Chieh Shen, chairperson of AOSC 2023.

The well-established AOSC trade exhibition will also be returning with a curated number of companies within the specialty of orthodontics, who will be exhibiting their latest products and services. Attendees can also look forward to discovering the latest products and solutions from leading orthodontic companies, including ClearCorrect, Henry Schein and Align Technology.

The AOSC scientific poster competition will make its return with the in-person event with the view that continued research is an important pillar of orthodontics and will feature 30 submissions competing for two awards—for best research project and best case study.

On 18 February, attendees can join the AOSC social run at the iconic Gardens by the Bay.

Tickets are still available online. On-site registration will be available on Level 4 at Marina Bay Sands. For the latest updates on AOSC 2023, please visit www.aoscongress.com.

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