The city of Buraidah has always had the honor to host the event. This year, the fifth Dental students scientific meeting (5th DSSM) was held at the King Khalid Cultural Center.
As guest speaker, I had the pleasure to present to a vast audience the FDI Vision 2020, shaping the future of oral health. Afterwards I responded to several questions placed by the students.
Receiving, on behalf of the FDI, an recognition award under the auspices of honor if his Royal Highnness, Prince Dr. Faisal Bin Meshal Al Saud, also vice Governor of Qassim Province.
Thanking on behalf of the FDI.
With Mohammed Almohaimeed, dean of the College of Dentistry Qassim University.
With Yousef Al-Khodair, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia National Board Health Affairs.
During a scientific session.
Addressing the audience about the FDI role on “Leading the world to optimal oral health”.
Omar Al Abood, a saudi dental student, translating an interview for a nation tv channel.
Students at the dental exhibition.
Tower City Buraidah. Buraidah is the capital of Al-Qassim Province in northcentral Saudi Arabia in the heart of the Arabian peninsula. Buraidah lies equidistant from the Red Sea to the west and the Gulf to the east. It has a population of 609,000 (2010 census).
Informal meeting with several dental students associations from Saudi Arabia.
Irina F. Dragan, teaching assistant at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
Pavel Scarlet, president of the International Association of Dental Students (IADS).
Giving the FDI Oral Health Atlas to Sulaiman Saleh Al Reshaid, president of congress board of directors.
In the desert with the dental students.
Sunset in the desert.
Having tea in a tent in the desert.
After a meeting about the Saudi Arabi oral health strategy. With Hassan S. Halawany (left) and Solaiman M. Al-Hadlaq (right), both experts in health management and policy, from the King Saud University, Riyadh.
Night in the desert.
Thank you Buraidah!