Mark Your Calendars
New Date! November 6-7, 2020
New location! New Orleans, LA

Dental Technicians Society presents... Fun 'N Sun Weekend


portrait of DTS President Randy Blackburn

Randy Blackburn
DTS President

Some of you already know that this will be our 4th year as the new Dental Technicians Society. The MDLA and the LDLA merged to better serve members throughout our region. Please mark your calendars for November 6-7, 2020 for a superior learning experience in a fun-filled environment in New Orleans, LA!

For those of you who attended last year’s meeting in Biloxi, you can expect the same great experiences with a lot more amazing things added. This year we will continue to have the highest quality educational opportunities, cutting edge technologies, products, and equipment with incredible networking opportunities for both our technicians and sponsors.

We had such an amazing meeting last year with a lot of success that we are building upon. While we will miss Biloxi, we know greater things are to come. You can expect this year’s meeting to be the must see meeting of the year!

As always, our exhibit hall offers an opportunity for you to view and experience many of the innovative and revolutionary products and equipment through displays, demos, table clinics, CE credits available, and we always have an opportunity for you to win a little CA$H! Many of our exhibitors will offer TRADE SHOW SPECIALS for those attending the meeting and labs often save enough money to off-set their registration! Our exhibitors generously help sponsor this meeting and they are here because of YOU. Please say “thank you” to them by placing an order! Their participation in the future years may depend on it.

As the annual sponsor of this meeting, the Dental Technicians Society welcomes you to NOLA. With great food, enriched by the Cajun culture, it is a city like no other and we are excited to be in Louisiana for the 2020 and 2021 annual meetings. As technicians and owners, we spend a lot of time at the bench. Work is good and work is necessary, but sometimes you just need to kick back, relax, and “Laissez les bon temps roulez”!