Sunday, November 13, 2016 | 13:30 pm to 15:30 pm

12:30 pm to 13:30 pm Conference Luncheon (included)

China has over 1.3 billion people. In the past 20 years, a large number of these people are becoming the rapidly expanding middle class.

Suddenly, millions of people are able to afford services like dentistry that they weren’t able to before; this has created such an enormous demand for dentists that local universities can’t teach new dentists fast enough.

Many dentists from abroad such as Taiwan, Japan, Korea, the U.S, and Europe, are now regularly visiting China to provide services to local patients. Hospitals and clinics in China are eager to partner with qualified foreign professionals to working domestically.

It’s typical for dentists from abroad to visit multiple times a year; many dentists are visiting one week each month, or sometimes two weeks every few months. The length and frequency are usually flexible and can be adjusted to fit work and family schedules.

This session will be providing details about qualifications, local licensing regulations, work visas, clinic selection, etc, as well as answering any questions for dentists interested in working in China.

In addition to this info session track, hundreds of dentists are attending the IACD’s First Greater China Implant Symposium with a panel of world renowned speakers. Attendees will be able to mingle with many Chinese dentists and learn about the work environment in the field.

Here are some info to help plan your trip
U.S. citizen holding a U.S. passport may travel to Hong Kong visa-free for up to 90 days. Air ticket price from major U.S. cities to HK in mid-November is very good since it's low travel season.

After the info session, leave HK on Sunday Nov. 13, it's possible you can arrive home in the U.S. still on weekend, because HK is 15 hours ahead of Pacific Time Zone.

Hong Kong weather in November: The weather is warm and sunny with low humidity. The average low and high temperature is 19 °C (66 °F) and 24 °C (75 °F). Clothing: Bring long-sleeved shirts and a thin sweater or a light jacket. Click here for more info about Hong Kong.