2017 Conference Registration Fees
Registration fees will remain the same for our 2017 Annual Session. As a reminder, your registration fee includes admittance to the Thursday welcome reception, exhibit hall and most educational sessions. Educational sessions are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, so we strongly encourage you to register early for your preferred sessions.
|Registration Type||On or Before
|After March 17th|
|Out-of-State ADA Member||250.00||350.00|
|ADA Non-Member Dentist||450.00||510.00|
|SCDLA Member, Military & Out of State CDT||125.00||150.00|
|Voluntary Gift to Sponsor Dental Student||35.00||35.00|
|Spouse of Dentist||Free||25.00|
|MUSC Dental Student||Free||Free|
|Dental Assistant Student||Free||Free|
|SCDA or ADA Retired||Free||Free|
How to Register
Fax your registration form with credit card payment to 817-277-7616.
Mail the registration form with payment to:
2017 SCDA Annual Session
c/o Custom Registration
2001 E. Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011
Call 817-277-7187 between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm central time or email.
Confirmation packets, to include badges, ribbons and event tickets, will be mailed to pre-registered conference attendees starting the week of April 3rd. If you do not receive yours or have changes, please contact our registration company at the phone number or email address above. All registrations processed after April 17, 2017, will need to pick-up their materials on-site.
If you should have to cancel, refunds for registration will be made less a $25 administration fee upon receipt of written request received by fax or email on or before March 17, 2017. No refunds will be issued after that date and all refunds will be processed within 30 days after the conference.
Cancellation notices should be communicated to SCDA in writing by faxing the written notification to 803-750-1644 or emailing Deanna Slomzenski.
If you have further questions regarding the cancellation, please call Deanna Slomzenski toll free in SC at 1-800-327-2598 or outside SC at 803-750-2277.
If you require special assistance, please contact Laura Jordan as soon as possible in advance of the meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.
In South Carolina, the minimum age for the consumption of liquor, beer and wine is 21 years of age. SCDA's official policy is to respect the drinking age restrictions set by the jurisdiction where an event takes place.
No one under the age of 18 will be allowed in the Exhibit Hall.