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PLANNING AND REGISTRATION

What are the registration opportunities for this year’s Dental Implant Conference?

Answer:

To support the needs and preferences of attendees, two registration opportunities are offered:

  • In-person conference with online access includes attendance at general sessions as well as access to online recordings and one on-demand practice management session until Feb. 3. Hands-on preconference courses are available for an additional fee.
  • Online-only access includes live-streamed and recorded general sessions as well as one on-demand practice management session until Feb. 3. Access to one live-streamed and recorded preconference session is available for an additional fee.
When will on-demand content be available?

Answer:

One on-demand practice management course will be accessible via the online platform Dec. 1 – Feb. 3. Recorded in-person content will be added to the online program and accessible to registrants beginning Dec. 5.

Will all in-person sessions be available via livestream?

Answer:

No. The conference general sessions and only one preconference session with limited attendance (for an additional fee) are available via live-stream. Participants can view the online program for the full list of live-streamed sessions. The general sessions also will be recorded and provided as archived content Dec. 5 – Feb. 3.

When does access to the online platform end?

Answer:

Participants will be able to access the online conference platform and all recorded sessions until 11:59 p.m. CST Feb. 3. No extensions can be granted.

What is the ticketing process?

Answer:

Paid tickets are required for the preconference program. If you registered for a preconference session, the ticket is included in your registration packet. Available tickets can be purchased through advance registration. After Nov. 30, tickets (if still available) will be sold only onsite at the AAOMS Attendee Registration Center in the Sheraton Grand Chicago.

Conference general sessions do not require tickets.

Access to the live-streamed sessions will be available to registrants only at AAOMS.org/DICprogram by logging in with their email address and eight-digit registration/member ID number.

ONLINE ACCESS INFORMATION AND REQUIREMENTS

How do I log in to the conference platform?

Answer:

Each attendee will be sent platform access instructions to the email account used to register for the conference. On or after Dec. 1, registrants can visit AAOMS.org/DICprogram and log in with their email address and unique eight-digit registration/member ID number. An account may be logged in to only one device at a time. Sharing account access is prohibited.

What equipment do I need to view sessions?

Answer:

The online conference platform is compatible with laptops, desktops, tablets and smartphones. For optimum access, disconnect from a VPN (if possible). A strong internet connection of 1.4 Mbps is recommended.

AAOMS highly recommends accessing the site through Google Chrome for all conference platform features. Internet Explorer is not recommended.

Testing your device is an effective way to ensure you are ready to access meeting content. The platform provides a System Check tool that runs a series of checks on your computer and web browsers to receive confirmation your device is suitable to use the full potential of the platform.

How do I fix connection issues in the conference platform?

Answer:

If you have connection or audio issues while attending a session, check your internet connection, refresh your browser or re-enter the session. Also try checking the speaker audio icon or laptop volume. AAOMS highly recommends using the latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

What if my schedule prevents me from viewing sessions live?

Answer:

Attendees can access recorded and on-demand sessions at AAOMS.org/DICprogram Dec. 5, 2022 – Feb. 3, 2023.

How will I access on-demand sessions?

Answer:

Attendees can access sessions by logging in at AAOMS.org/DICprogram using their email address and eight-digit registration/member ID number. Starting Dec. 1, one on-demand session will be available to attendees. Beginning Dec. 5, all recorded sessions will be available. Access to the conference platform ends at 11:59 p.m. CST Feb. 3, 2023.

Can I register for the conference and get immediate access?

Answer:

Online access begins Dec. 1. Those who register after Dec. 1 will gain immediate access.

How do I order recordings of the educational sessions?

Answer:

After platform access ends Feb. 3, 2023 attendees can buy recordings at AAOMS.org/Recordings.

How do conference recordings differ from the online access available until Feb. 3?

Answer:

Attendees will be able to watch and refer to specific sessions until 11:59 p.m. CST Feb. 3. For longer-term access to session recordings, a full set of recordings can be purchased at AAOMS.org/Recordings.

Will there be an online Exhibit Hall?

Answer:

Yes. The conference will include an online Exhibit Hall open Dec. 2 and 3.

How do I claim CE and evaluate sessions?

Answer:

Visit AAOMS.org/MyCE to claim CE and evaluate sessions. You will need your eight-digit registration/member ID number found in the preconference email or your AAOMS.org profile.