The exhibitors and visitors of the Warsaw Dental Medica Show agree: the fair turned out to be an incredible attendance, commercial and scientific success, realizing how much the dental industry needed consolidation after the difficult period of the last year.

A representative of one of the media patrons of the fair, standing in the center of her stand, praises this year’s Warsaw Dental Medica Show. “Why am I impressed? Because more people visited us than a year ago. The industry missed this meeting very much! ”.

When asked about the benefits of participating in traditional fairs, a dentist replies without hesitation: “Here I can compare the materials of several manufacturers who offer me the purchase of equipment for tens of thousands of zlotys. In addition, many of the features of the new products are unknown to me, and with the technician explaining how they work on site, I can make a more confident decision about what to invest my money in. ”

As we can see, the third day of the Warsaw Dental Medica Show – like the two previous ones – was filled with industry talks, transactions and advice. “The dental industry is not passive, it is constantly evolving. We need new information, new sources of knowledge, ”says the participant of the Congress of Dentistry, leaving the conference room filled with people.

“We are very pleased with such a huge attendance both at the fair and at the congresses themselves,” says Agnieszka Dąbkowska, director of the Warsaw Dental Medica Show. “Today, the lectures presented, among others, a premiere device for the treatment of serious malocclusion, which is an alternative to surgery. Ptak Warsaw Expo allows you to get to know the equipment that helps people. It’s not just about business, but about science and health. It’s just beautiful. ”

The last day of the 4th International Trade Fair and Congresses of Dentistry and Aesthetic Medicine was an excellent culmination of the entire event and a great reward for the efforts of all its organizers. “This fair was so good that you have to repeat it in a year,” say two hygienists as they leave the market hall. “No where there, we didn’t know each other before!” one of them laughs. “We guessed while shopping, exchanged phones, but it turned out that we were going back to the same hotel, so we were going on the bus together.” As a farewell, he adds: “You’ve done a great job, keep it up!”.