Before the end of 2021 we were all excited to write a post about WA borders opening up at the start of February 2022 and how excited we were to get over to Perth for some trade shows this year. But now all of that is looking shaky with restrictions altered, extended and looking indefinite.
We thought instead we’d look back, fondly, at one of our previous shows in Perth. At the 2018 ANZAOMS conference we had the pleasure of partnering with Dentsply Sirona to build this eye-catching, branded space. The brightly lit branding and open flow design ensured maximise traffic throughout the exhibition.
Dentsply Sirona is the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and technologies. They empower dental professionals all over the world to provide millions of patients with best-in-class dental care to deliver healthy smiles. Dentsply Sirona has always been at the forefront of dental technological progress, having invented the first electric dental drill back in 1887.
The ANZAOMS conference is on again in 2022, September 8-10, Melbourne VIC. They will deliver a hybrid event, hosted at the Sofitel on Collins as well as a “virtual platform to broaden the international audience and any other  delegates who may still be unable to travel in 2022” says Dr Patrishia Bordbar, Conference Chair 2022, ANZAOMS President.
The Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ANZAOMS) is the professional representative organisation for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS) within Australia and New Zealand.
Oral and maxillofacial Surgeons (OMS) diagnose and treat a wide range of disorders affecting the craniofacial skeleton, jaws, oral cavity and associated structures.
Contemporary OMS have degrees in both medicine and dentistry and this unique background enables them to treat conditions that require expertise in both fields. This includes the management of common oral surgical conditions such as impacted teeth, dental implants, jaw cysts as well as more advanced procedures such as facial trauma reconstruction, head and neck cancer, congenital and developmental facial deformity, salivary gland disease and temporomandibular joint disorders.