What is the SWDC?
The Southwest Dental Conference is one of the largest regional dental conferences in the country and features a three-day exhibit showcase of more than 350 booths. Centered around our firstclass scientific and clinical continuing education programs, the SWDC attracts approximately 10,000 dental professionals from across the country to Dallas each year.
Choose from more than 60 clinicians and 180 sessions, plus earn up to 24 credit hours. Your entire dental team will enjoy three non-stop days of lectures and workshops, including the ever-popular CE Express and Hygiene CE Express, which offer intensive one-hour lectures with maximum information.
The Southwest Dental Conference features a 3-day exhibitor showcase with our continuing education program. The SWDC attracts about 10,000 dental professionals from across the country and markets to a 9-state area in the Southwest. If your company markets to this vast regional audience, this is the perfect venue to showcase your products and services!
Why Exhibit at the Southwest Dental Conference?
What You Receive as an Exhibitor
Access to nearly 10,000 dental professionals from across the country looking for your products and services
A complimentary copy of the pre-conference attendee list (upon request) to market to your specific audience before the show and draw more traffic to your booth
The full post-conference attendee list that can be used to follow up on all the leads received at the SWDC
Complimentary badges for up to 6 staff members per 10x10 booth rented
Your company listing in SWDC promotional materials
Company listing on the SWDC website with a link to your Web site
Standard booth setup, including 8-foot back drape, 3-foot side drape partition, and complimentary standard booth sign listing company name and booth number
Complimentary 6-foot long by 30-inch high table (must be ordered via the special order form in the Exhibitor Service Kit)
Dallas County Dental Society (DCDS) has roots back to 1908 when it was a study club named the Dallas Dental Society. In 1915 the members voted to merge with another local study club called Dallas County Dental Society. The new organization retained the name of the larger Dallas County Dental Society and became the chartered local component society of the Texas Dental Association (TDA.) It is also known as the TDA 5th district component society within the Northeast Division.