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28

Orthodontic Conferences You Won’t Want to Miss!

Industry conferences are a great way to network, learn about the latest trends in the field, and find the best products for your practice. 

For Sesame Communications, it also gives us an opportunity to meet face-to-face with the Members we partner with to help grow their practices. Below are some of the must-attend orthodontic conferences in the industry.

 

American Association of Orthodontics (AAO)

AAO is the largest gathering of Orthodontists in North America. Taking place in various locations across the United States, you will find the latest in technology on display, high-level lectures and workshops to earn Continuing Education (CE) credits. Oh, and the conference normally takes place in beautiful cities!

Southern Association of Orthodontists (SAO)

The SAO is the second largest constituent association of AAO. Covering the Southeast portion of the United States, SAO offers many of the same amenities as AAO with a focus on the southern region of the United States. 

Northeastern Society of Orthodontists (NESO)

Covering orthodontists in the northeastern part of the United States, NESO builds its program around member-request topics. Also including periodontists, marketing, and practice teams, NESO is a great opportunity to get insights from multiple industries as well as see the latest technology in the field. 

These are just a few of the fantastic orthodontic conferences that take place each year. Sesame is an active participant in these and many more. We look forward to seeing you on the show floor

—Phil Horton, Search Manager, Sesame Communications

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Sesame is an industry leader in integrated, cloud-based marketing and patient-engagement solution designed exclusively for your practice. We know that effective patient communication is vital to the success of your practice and the efficiency of your team. With Ortho Sesame, you can take your practice to the next level, allowing you to concentrate on what’s really important – your patients!