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OPAP Annual Symposium 2020: From Occlusal to Biopsychosocial - The Clinical Impact of the Paradigm Shift

OPAP Annual Symposium 2020: From Occlusal to Biopsychosocial - The Clinical Impact of the Paradigm Shift (NOV 15,2020)



In celebration of the 10th Year Anniversary of OPAP, we bring you a world of invaluable information 

from across the globe. As a way to thank you for 

your support, this Webinar is FREE of CHARGE.

Line of Speakers
Daniele Manfredini - ITALY
Charles Greene - USA
Antonio Romero-Garcia - SPAIN
Hee Hon Tan - SINGAPORE
Teekayu Jorns - THAILAND
Koichi Wajima - JAPAN
Venue and Time
Zoom Webinar
8am to 5pm
November 15, 2020

Registration procedures:

NON TOPP/NON OPAP Local Delegates Registration Form for the OPAP 2020 Annual Symposium


https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdp2Rkn3hyVWRZrJGKqT9tAwxGfNzu351L3Hlq77L3xpsm_Pg/viewform?usp=sf_link


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