December 19, 2019
by Greater New York Dental Meeting
With the results of the 95th Annual Session just in, the Greater New York Dental Meeting again surpassed expectations by registering over 19,000 Dentists as part of the 52,000+ attendees from all 50 states and 156 countries.
Attendees and exhibitors not only spoke about the incredible educational opportunities and exhibit floor displays, but enjoyed New York City all “dressed up” with its holiday decorations. Where else in the world can you attend an educational and exhibit extravaganza that includes, The Thanksgiving Day Parade, Broadway Theaters, Black Friday Shopping and the lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree?
There is never a Pre-Registration Fee. Everyone who pre-registers is admitted FREE and can obtain FREE CE every day.
We thank you for your participation and hope our Convention/Congress/Exhibition/Event was all you expected it to be.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2020 Greater New York Dental Meeting.
Dental Hygienists: 3,705
Dental Assistants: 3,835
Dental Technicians: 546
Dental Therapists: 159
Dental Students: 2,256
Hygienist Students: 833
Assistant Students: 571
International Dental Students: 336
Nursing Students: 47
Pre-Dental Students: 431
Administrative Staff: 3,056
Medical Professionals: 233
Non-Medical Physicians: 64
Non-Exhibiting Dental Trade: 282
U.S. Dept of Commerce: 18
Didn’t register your CE Credits?
There is still time.
GNYDM attendees can download their CE credits online. You will need your Registration ID #, Email Address, Course Numbers and 6 Digit Verification Code. Go to the GNYDM CE Registry Site to download your Transcript.
Questions? Contact the MCI at 800-830-6147 or GNYDM at 212-398-6922 or
Join The Excitement Next Year!
2020 Meeting Dates:
Friday, November 27 – Wednesday, December 2
Sunday, November 29 – Wednesday, December 2
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