This year's 6th Thai-German Dental Congress (TGDC), "Global Changes in Dental Practice 2023", will be held in Chiang Mai, Thailand at the Empress Convention Centre, Empress Hotel. As a result of this convention, the Private Dentists Association of Thailand (TPDA), the German Society of Implantology (DGOI), and Chiang Mai University’s Faculty of Dentistry are enhancing their collaboration.
After the COVID-19 spread, daily dental practice needs modification to better match the global changes, that comes up with meeting theme – “Global Change in Dental Practice 2023.”
The conference will feature lectures from international renown experts on digitalization and biologization, 3D planning and guided surgery, prosthetics with enoral scanner and cad cam restoration compared with impressions and analog procedures. Workshops and hands-on training will provide dental practitioners to learn and experience relevant techniques.
“Time is now, for a global update in Dentistry - with the highest relevance for the dentists daily work and in presence for a personal and valuable exchange of knowledge.
No topic could fit better than GLOBAL CHANGE IN DENTAL PRACTICE”
As quoted by Prof. Dr. Fred Bergmann
Board member of the DGOI
Venue: The Empress Convention Centre, Chiangmai Thailand
Dates: 11th- 13th January, 2023
Wednesday, 11th January 2023
9.00 am -12.00 am Venue : The Empress Convention Centre, Empress Hotel
13.00 pm -16.30 pm Venue : The Empress Convention Centre, Empress Hotel
Thursday 12th January 2023
10.15 am - 10.30 am : Coffee break
14.45 pm - 15.00 pm Coffee break
10.15 am - 10.45 am Coffee break
11.45 am - 12.45 am Lunch Time
Dr. Poey Ling Loh (Singapore),
Dr. Phillip Chang (Canada),
Dr. James C Setcos (Australia),
Dr. Myint Htain (Myanmar) and
Moderators from the Faculty of Dentistry of Chiang Mai University.
What Really is CHIANGMAI ?
The economic, cultural, and tourism hub of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is frequently referred to as the "Rose of the North." It is one among Thailand's more well-known and frequently visited provinces and is situated around 700 kilometres from Bangkok. The province has played a significant role in the development of the nation. It was once the capital of the Lanna Thai kingdom established by King Mengrai in 1296.
Chiang Mai is one of the most picturesque provinces in the country, with mountain ranges and hills surrounded by lush flora and jungle. It is located on the Mae Ping River and is about 310 metres above sea level. In the winter, the local climate can produce swirls of mist and fog, a rare sight in a tropical nation. The several national parks in the province are exceptionally fertile, feature an abundance of flora, and are home to a wide variety of fauna (the area is particularly associated with elephants). The province is renowned for being home to several tribes, and excursions to tribal settlements are a major part of the region's tourism industry. The area's top attractions include Doi Intanon, Thailand's tallest peak, and Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.
Top 5 Chiang Mai Tourist Attractions
Its position is what makes Phra That Doi Suthep Temple such an outstanding temple and one that must be visited. The temple provides the best view of the entire area because it is perched on a mountain overlooking Chiang Mai. Of course, geography isn't the sole factor in travel decisions. Thanks to its gold-plated chedi, or stupa, which occasionally may be seen from the city below on clear days, Wat Phra That Doi Suthep is very identifiable. Visitors must either take the cable car or climb more than 300 steep stairs to get to the temple.
Thailand's highest peak, Doi Inthanon, rises more than 2,500 meters above the national park of the same name in the northern rural Chom Thong district. cascading waterfalls, sub-alpine climates, lush highland forests or jungles. It is a recommended day trip from Chiang Mai.
This is probably Chiang Mai's most visible relic and was once the most important in the capital Lanna. Built in 1441, the 91-meter-tall pagoda collapsed to half its height in an earthquake in the late 16th century. To this day, the partially renovated chedi remains the tallest structure in the Old Town and a major attraction. There are also several viharns or ubosots on the premises. The highly revered Emerald Buddha, found at the Grand Palace in Bangkok, stayed here briefly during his notable travels. Address: 103 Phra Pok Klao Road, Phra Singh. Opening hours: 06:00-17:00. free entrance.
It’s a Sunday evening walking street at the Three Kings Monument Courtyard. This thriving Sunday evening market covers nearly the whole of Rachadamnoen road (the main road of the old city), many of its side streets and the square in front of Tha Phae Gate. It is famed for the locally made handicrafts that are made from a wide variety of materials such as silk, fabric, ceramic, metal, glass, wood and etc. In addition, Chiang Mai also organizes a Saturday Evening Walking Street on Wua Lai road which runs from Chiang Mai gate, on the south side of the old city, towards the airport. Both Thai and foreign tourists are enjoying walking and shopping here.
Attraction offering elephant shows, elephant painting & experiences such as bathing & riding. If you have children or just have a love for elephants then why not visit Mae Sa Elephant Camp and enjoy the elephants show off their many skills with work demonstrations, playing football and even painting! Get the chance to really get close to these wonderful creatures and also enjoy the baby elephants play in the nursery and the elephants take a pre-show bath in the river. Elephant riding is also an option here! A visit to a local orchid and butterfly farm is also included on this Chiang Mai tour.
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