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Exhibit hall at JDIQ meeting in Montreal opens

Come learn about the new Infinity VUE loupes at the Designs for Vision booth at the JDIQ meeting, seen here in 2019. (Photo: Dental Tribune Canada file photo)

Mon. 18 October 2021


MONTREAL, Quebec, CANADA: The exhibit hall at the Journées dentaires internationales du Québec convention is now open. The meeting, organized by the Ordre des dentistes du Québec, is being held Oct. 15 to 19 (Friday to Tuesday) at the Palais des congrès de Montréal, and the exhibit hall is open Oct. 18 and 19 (Monday and Tuesday).

If you haven’t yet had a chance to check out the exhibit hall of the Journées dentaires internationales du Québec convention, now is a good time to do so, as the exhibit hall is brimming with aisles and aisles of companies and company reps just waiting to show you the latest products, equipment and technology in the industry. Many companies are also offering specials that aren’t available anywhere else as well as handing out samples for you to take back to your practices.

There are many booths to look at.

Designs for Vision has several new and innovative products, including the Infinity VUE loupes. Designed to provide a straightforward approach to ergonomics, Infinity VUE loupes are available in 3.0x and 3.5x magnification. Infinity VUE (Vision Up Ergonomics) keeps your chin up, your neck straight and your eyes forward while viewing the magnified oral cavity. Designs for Vision invites you to try these loupes on to see (and feel) the difference in your posture.

Invisalign iTero is celebrating a grand occasion this year — more than 10 million patients have now begun treatment with the Invisalign system, including 2.6 million teenage patients. Invisalign clear aligners are available to treat adults, teens, and patients as young as 6 years old.

Want to take more control of your patients’ treatment design? Check out 3M Ortho. With 3M Clarity Aligners Flex + Force, featuring two materials designed to complement each other, clinicians can customize each patient’s treatment using an online portal. According to the company, the key to the user experience is the ability to work seamlessly with multiple treatment modalities and combine treatments. There’s no more jumping between multiple systems or brands — it’s an integrated experience that allows you to explore options and create the best plan regardless of the modality.

Monday afternoon, from 5 to 6 p.m., and Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m., a beer and wine activity will be offered in the food court of the exhibition hall. On Tuesday morning, at 8 a.m., a free continental breakfast will be offered to all attendees in the food court located in the southern part of the exhibition hall.

Last chance for education

The meeting also offers an impressive lineup of speakers and courses.

Some of the highlights include “Sweet Drinks, Cariogenic Snacks: How Does the Way We Eat Influence Our Dental Health?” with Amélie Charest; “When the Pain Does Not Come From the Teeth or the ATM, Where Does It Come From?” with Ariel Desjardins-Charbonneau and Sylvain St-Amour; and “Dental Hypersensitivity Management in the Office and at Home” with Mariana Leon.

In addition, Dr. Jean Poirier’s session will teach participants about the first facial transplant in Canada.

A full list of this year’s educational sessions is available at https://jdiq.ca/agenda-coup-doeil/.

(Source: JDIQ)

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