AOSC 2023 celebrates first in-person version after pandemic

SINGAPORE: The Affiliation of Orthodontists (Singapore) Congress (AOSC) has not too long ago celebrated a a success go back to its in-person match for the reason that pandemic. The congress happened from 17 to 19 February on the Sands Expo and Conference Centre in Singapore and used to be adopted via post-congress workshops on 20 February. The development drew 707 attendees from 37 international locations, once more reaffirming its popularity because the go-to match for orthodontists within the Asia Pacific area.

“We’re extremely joyful with the result of AOSC 2023. The congress used to be designed to supply delegates with alternatives to be told, discover and community in an enriching setting. As we glance again on the match’s luck, we lengthen our gratitude to all our attendees, audio system, sponsors and exhibitors and sit up for offering extra alternatives for dental execs to reconnect someday. We’re happy to grasp that AOSC 2023 used to be an match value smiling over,” stated Dr Koo Chieh Shen, chairperson of AOSC 2023.

AOSC supplied a platform for orthodontists, researchers and trade mavens to be told from one any other and proportion their experience. The development incorporated quite a lot of tutorial and enrichment alternatives, together with keynote speeches, panel discussions and clinical poster displays. The clinical programme featured 21 periods, together with post-congress workshops.

A spotlight of the development used to be the AOSC clinical poster festival, through which 38 posters have been introduced and ten finalists shortlisted for judging. The business exhibition featured 17 corporations and over 100 showing manufacturers showcasing the most recent traits, scientific merchandise and inventions within the orthodontic trade.

“As an exhibitor at AOSC, we have been extremely joyful to peer the go back of in-person occasions and the chance to connect to orthodontic execs from all over the world,” stated Vida Lau, South East Asia business director at Straumann Workforce. “The keenness from attendees used to be infectious, and we have been ready to make treasured connections whilst showcasing our newest merchandise,” she added.

Attendees of AOSC have been additionally ready to take part in amusing and tasty social occasions, together with the welcome reception, which supplied considerable alternatives for attendees to community and chill out.

“AOSC used to be a very good match that supplied a platform for the change of concepts and information amongst dental execs. We have been extremely joyful to peer the top stage of engagement and participation via the delegates. It is a testomony to the significance of constant dental schooling. We additionally had a superb opportunity to community with fellow execs after a lapse of 4 years. This match augurs neatly for our occupation and we sit up for the following version of AOSC in 2025,” stated Dr Bryce Lee, president of the AOS.

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