Oral Health Group

2004 ODA Annual Spring Meeting

March 1, 2004
by Oral Health


Sessions held:


Thursday, May 6, Friday, May 7 and Saturday, May 8, 2004

(8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily)

Exhibits held:

Thursday, May 6

and Friday, May 7

(10:00 am – 6:00 pm daily)


All clinical presentations and exhibits will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building), 255 Front Street West, or at the adjoining InterContinental Toronto Centre Hotel (formerly Crowne Plaza Toronto Centre Hotel), 225 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario.

For Information Contact:

Ontario Dental Association

4 New Street, Toronto, ON M5R 1P6

Tel: 416-922-3900

Fax: 416-922-9571


The exhibit floor has been expanded yet again for 2004 to offer 473 booths to over 250 exhibitors. Exhibiting companies will be presenting the latest in dental products and services.

Golf Swing Analysis

If you’re a golfer you won’t want to miss the Complimentary Golf Swing Analysis from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm on Thursday and Friday. You will receive a 10 minute video of your swing complete with analysis provided by the teaching professionals from the ClubLink Academy at Glen Abbey. You will find the Golf Swing Analysis on the Exhibit Floor at the end of aisle 600.

Handwriting Analysis

Elaine Charel will be back again to amaze you with her assessment of your personality based on your handwriting. She will be on the Exhibit Floor at the end of aisle 2000 both Thursday and Friday from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Job Fair

The Job Fair, initiated in 2002, will again be located in the ODA Booth. Dentists can bring their notices looking for staff or a job and post it on one of the notice boards.

The World Within A City

Exciting, vibrant, and cosmopolitan. Toronto is home to more than 100 cultures, offering exciting festivals and events, friendly neighbourhoods and a fantastic urban atmosphere. With a thriving downtown, Toronto has become one of the most multicultural cities in the world, boasting over 7,000 restaurants that reflect the tastes and the ingredients available in this most sophisticated of cities.

As the pre-eminent entertainment centre in Canada, Toronto’s cultural and entertainment scene is wide-ranging, sophisticated and cutting-edge. Second in size only to New York throughout North America, over 200 professional theatre and dance companies offer 10,000 performances each year. Glittering Broadway musicals, avant-garde dramas, ‘knee slapping’ stand-up and sketch comedy, world-renowned opera, dance and symphony, the Toronto theatre scene offers something for everyone.

With a thriving downtown, a short stroll is all it takes to travel between many of Toronto’s most popular attractions including, The Royal Ontario Museum, The Art Gallery of Ontario, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the CN Tower and the Harbourfront. Beyond the city, Niagara Falls and the Niagara wine region are an easy drive away.

For more information, contact Tourism Toronto at 1-800-363-1900 or check us out on the web at www.torontotourism.com


– Academy of General Dentistry –Ontario Division

– Canadian Dental Association

– Dental Industry Association of Canada

– Dental Volunteers for Israel (Canada)

– Dentistry Canada Fund

– McGill University

– Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario

– Smiles Foundation

– Toronto Academy of Dentistry

– University of Toronto Alumni Association

– University of Western Ontario — Alumni Association

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