Hotel rooms for AACD opened

Oct. 8, 2001
Due to overwhelming demand, hotel reservations for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry's (AACD) Annual Scientific Session will open three months in advance.

Due to overwhelming demand, hotel reservations for the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry's(R) (AACD) Annual Scientific Session will open three months in advance! The organization will host its 18th Annual Scientific Session, "From Solo to Symphony," from May 7-12, 2002 in the tropical climate of Honolulu, Hawaii. With registered attendance already looking to surpass all year's past, there is good reason why rooms are being released earlier than ever.

Paradise awaits attendees at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort and Spa -- the official hotel for the 18th Annual AACD Scientific Session. This luxurious hotel features lush tropical gardens, waterfalls, exotic wildlife and priceless artwork. As Waikiki's only true resort, it is a perfect blend of luxurious accommodations, over 20 restaurants and lounges, shopping, recreational and cultural activities, nightly entertainment and more.

From Solo to Symphony will prove to be the number one meeting for all dentists interested in continuing education, advancing their skills, and leading their practice into the future. Simply put, cosmetic dentistry holds the brightest future in all of dentistry, making the AACD Scientific Session an absolute must for all dental professionals.

This year, the AACD looks to unify all of the disciplines that go into the creation of a beautiful smile. From the art and craft of the dental laboratory technician to the important implications of the facial plastic surgeon, cosmetic dentistry requires the expertise of multiple skilled professionals. The AACD, the largest organization of cosmetic dental professionals in the world, recognizes the future and will take cosmetic dentistry From Solo to Symphony in 2002.

"Year in and year out, the Annual AACD Scientific Session provides the best continuing education in all of dentistry," commented Dr. Arthur Chal, AACD President of Phoenix, Ariz. "With the proliferation of the cosmetic dentistry in the last five years, all dental professionals can benefit from the superior educational courses in Hawaii."

Speakers for the AACD Scientific Session are being added regularly. Here are those already scheduled to present:

Pinhas Adar, CDT, MDT

William G. Arnett, DDS

Irwin Becker, DDS

Michael Bellorino, CDT

Paul Belvedere, DDS

Sunil Bhoolabhai, DDS

William Blatchford, DDS

Jeff Brucia, DDS

Arthur Chal, DDS

Clayton Chan, DDS

Donald Cornell, CDT

Reed Day, MD

Nick Davis, DDS

Jennifer De St. Georges

John Derango, DDS

Bill Dickerson, DDS

William Dorfman, DDS

Richard Durkee, CDT

Jimmy Eubank, DDS

Jim Elias, DDS

Norman Feigenbaum, DDS

George Freedman, DDS

Jack Freidland, MD

David A. Garber, DMD

Ronald Goldstein, DDS

David Hatcher, DDS

Midori Hiro, DDS

Paul Homoly, DDS

David Hornbrook, DDS

Ronald Jackson, DDS

Cathy Jameson, MA, PhD

John Jameson, DDS

Tomokazu Kamio, MD

Seok Kyun Kim, DDS, MS

James Kohner, DDS

Claudio Levato, DDS

Brian LeSage, DDS

Mike Malone, DDS

Sandesh Mayekar, MDS

Carl Misch, DDS, MDS

Dale Miles, DDS

Charles Moreno, CDT

William K. Mopper, DDS

Jeff Morley, DDS

Debra Englehart-Nash

Ross Nash, DDS

Hisham Nasser, DDS

Etsuo Nakahara, DDS

Linda Niessen, DDS

Wynn Okuda, DMD

Tom Orent, DMD

Inchool Park, DDS, MS

Mark Piper, DDS

Connie Podesta, MS, LPC

Derry Rodgers, BDS

Larry Rosenthal, DDS

Avishai Sadan, DDS

Yosuke Sakamoto, DDS

Henry Salama, DMD

Maurice Salama, DMD

Debra Stewart, DDS

George Sullivan, DDS

Peter Tay, BDS

Thomas Trinkner, DDS

Dennis Wells, DDS

Betsy Wheat, RDH

Corky Willhite, DDS

DeWitt Wilkerson, DMD

Marty Zase, DMD

The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry is the largest international dental organization dedicated specifically to the art and science of cosmetic dentistry. Founded in 1984, the AACD has nearly 5,000 members in the United States and more than 40 countries around the globe. Members of the Academy include cosmetic and reconstructive dentists, dental laboratory technicians, educators, researchers, students, hygienists, and dental assistants.

For more information regarding the AACD's 18th Annual Scientific Session in Honolulu, Hawaii from May 7-12, 2002, please visit the official Web site at . This site features all of the important information about the session, including updated listings of speakers scheduled to present, registration materials, travel tips, and current updates. For hotel reservations, please contact Burkhalter Travel, the official travel company of the AACD, toll-free at 1-888-254-2223. They will be available to locate the best room rates, as well as the lowest prices for round-trip airfare and inter-island travel during your leisure time.