Party like it's 1699 at the Dentsply Sirona World Bucca(l)neers' Bash Celebration

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Dentsply Sirona World 2019 in Las Vegas will raise its Jolly Rogers and celebrate at this year’s pirate-themed closing party.

The official Dentsply Sirona World 2019 closing celebration is now set! Raise the mast and set sail for a night of swashbuckling and treasure hunting fun at the Bucca(l)neers’ Bash on the Mandalay Bay Beach on Sunday, Oct. 5 at 8 p.m.

The party is pirate-themed, so whether you’re a buccaneer or a scallywag, come dressed in your favorite pirate garb and be ready to let out your best Aaaarrrrrr! This event will be a night of music, dancing and drinks after three incredible days of education, rousing speakers and hands-on workshops.

The Bucca(l)neers’ Bash is free with registration to Dentsply Sirona World 2019 and a fantastic opportunity to network with other like-minded dental professionals or bond and grow your relationship with your own team. Don’t be forced to walk the plank, register for the Ultimate Dental Meeting today!

Dentsply Sirona World will be located at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas and runs from Thursday, Oct. 3 to Saturday, Oct. 5. This event works to improve dental professionals’ daily lives by setting the standard for speakers and continuing education. Dentsply Sirona World’s courses, networking opportunities and entertainment are unmatched in dentistry. To register and learn more about this event, please visit www.dentsplysironaworld.com.

Fun Pirate Facts

Why do pirates say Arrr?

This is traditionally said by pirates when responding to “yes” or when expressing excitement, but like many common pirate speech phrases, it can be traced back to portrayals of pirates in movies.

Pirates didn’t always bury their treasure

Some pirates didn’t bury their treasure right away because they wanted their share of the loot beforehand. And a pirate’s treasure didn’t always include gold or silver; most of it was food, lumber, cloth and animal hides.

Pirates did have eye patches

It’s been said that one of the reasons pirates wore eye patches was to help keep one eye adjusted to night vision for seeing below deck.