December 1, 2002
by Dental Practice Management
Held for the 30th time, IDS in 2003 can look back on 80 years of experience, and for five days it will be the focal point of the dental business world. Impressive displays will show the progress that has been made in dental medicine and dental technology, with the focus on innovation.
At IDS 2003, the sector’s demands are clear: trade fair visitors to Cologne look forward to seeing what’s new and important on the market. They’re interested in the latest developments in CAD/CAM technology and digital X-ray techniques, progress with regard to oral implants, and the work now being done with Erbium: YAG lasers, which represents a pioneering step toward optimum bonding technology in prosthetic dentistry.
Approximately 1,400 exhibitors from around the world will present their global expertise, which means plenty of opportunities to do successful business.
Whether you’ve been to this trade fair capital a dozen times or never before, the metropolis on the Rhine is famous for its international flair that makes it so popular with visitors. Its inhabitants are known for their hospitality and friendly, informal style.
Not to be missed on a visit to Cologne are its museums and art galleries. Whether you’re a fan of pop, classical, opera or the local Kolsch rock, you’ll find every kind of entertainment and cultural event you could wish for in an attractive urban setting. It’s a definite must to take some time after a hectic day at the fair!
Six weeks before the start of the fair, you’ll find comprehensive exhibitor information on products, booths and hall locations at the IDS website. Simply go to www.oralhealthjournal.com and then click on the IDS logo!