Every year at the end of November, the French Dental Association organises the Congrès de l’ADF, the leading event in the field of dentistry and continuing education in Europe, which uniquely combines in one single venue — the Palais des Congrès de Paris — a scientific conference open to all members of the dental team with an international exhibition that showcases all the latest dental technology.
The Conference, a Major Contribution to Continuing Dental Education
From Tuesday 28 November, 2 p.m., to Saturday 2 December, 12 noon
The ADF Conference is not only a scientific landmark; it also provides all members of the dental team with practical solutions to the challenges they face in their day-to-day environment. It endeavours to meet all needs and to be attentive to dentists’ expectations and demands, and is built around daily practice and a holistic approach to patient care. The various Scientific Committees that have organised the scientific programme over the years have developed a wide range of teaching tools — lectures, master classes, live clinical demonstrations, interactive sessions, hands-on workshops, anatomical dissection workshops, single-discipline courses — that are optimally suited to the reality of today’s dental practice.
From Wednesday 29 November, 9 a.m., to Saturday 2 December, 2 p.m.
Organised in close collaboration with the Comident (the French dental trade and industry association), the ADF Exhibition, which grows larger and more varied every year, features exhibitors from all over the world, ready to inform and advise visitors on their products and services. Over 25,000 visitors — dentists, dental assistants, dental technicians and members of the dental industry — come each year to the ADF Exhibition to discover the latest technologies on offer, presented across 12,830 sqm over four levels.
The Exhibition is open to all healthcare professionals. Admission is free
There are museums by the hundreds, Paris being home to some of the most visited art museums of the world, including the Musée du Louvre and the Musée d’Orsay. And of course, Paris wouldn’t be Paris without such iconic landmarks as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, and Montmartre.
The Capital of France is naturally one of the best places to discover French cuisine, as it offers a wide choice of restaurants and bars, ranging from “brasseries” to little “bistrots”, trendy cafés, wine-bars, soup-bars, tea-rooms and much, much more.
Shopping in Paris is a magical experience. Be it for shoes, bags, hats, perfumes, accessories, or designers’ articles, Paris is the capital of your longings. There are a number of shops in the Palais des Congrès – the Meeting venue – and of course on the Champs-Elysees, just a few minutes away.