1st Symposium of the Orofacial Pain Association of the Philippines
Club Filipino Greenhills San Juan
October 28 2012
Sunday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Limited Attendance Only
Orofacial pain is a common and puzzling disorder which is highly debated but poorly understood. During the 2012 PDA Annual Convention, the Orofacial Pain Association of the Philippines conducted a half day seminar to more than one hundred doctors who sought new and effective ways to manage orofacial pain disorder.
Pre-registration : P1,500 until October 12 2012
Onsite Registration : P2,500
Dr. Jonathan Fandialan
0917 351 0575
Dr. Joseph N. Villafuerte
0921 806 7592
Dr. Allan Reyes
0922 871 9863
Learn more on digital imaging. Register now for free training. Every Wednesdays & Fridays, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm, respectively. Call at 5843792 or text Dr. Jean at 09175326425, only 10 participants can be accommodated per session.
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Pasig, Philippines, 1600
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