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World Summit Tour 2017: Offering a novel scientific experience in implant dentistry

Spanning the globe, the Dentsply Sirona World Summit Tour will travel to Tokyo, San Diego, Nice and Shanghai in 2017. (Image: Dentsply Sirona)
Dental Tribune International

Dental Tribune International

Tue. 4. October 2016


MÖLNDAL, Sweden: In 2017, Dentsply Sirona Implants will be welcoming dental professionals from all over the world to the World Summit Tour, a scientific congress on implant dentistry. According to the company, which is the world’s largest manufacturer of professional dental products and equipment, the combination of distinguished international speakers and a multifaceted programme render this state-of-the-art congress unique in the dental industry.

Held on the premise that inspiration and confidence matter, the interactive scientific congress will visit Tokyo in Japan on 18 and 19 February, San Diego in the US on 12 and 13 May, Nice in France on 23 and 24 June, and Shanghai in China on 25 and 26 November.

The objective of the World Summit Tour is to inspire clinicians and researchers to share their scientific knowledge and clinical experience and discover the latest developments in implant dentistry. Owing to the mix of international and local speakers, each two-day tour stop will be exclusive to the participating audience. This will give dental professionals the opportunity to attend a congress that is both geographically nearby and tailored to the needs of the regional market. In addition to general sessions, the programme will include hands-on workshops and various parallel sessions. Overall, around 150 speakers and moderators will be participating in the four tour stops to discuss the latest ideas, innovations and scientific data in their area of expertise. Moreover, each tour stop will feature a poster competition in two categories: clinical application and research.

The scientific programme is being compiled by the international scientific committee, which consists of acclaimed scientists Prof. Jan Lindhe (Sweden), Prof. Clark Stanford (US), Prof. Christoph Hämmerle (Switzerland), Prof. Tomas Albrektsson (Sweden), Prof. Ye Lin (China), Prof. Meike Stiesch-Scholz (Germany) and Prof. Tetsu Takahashi (Japan).

More information about the World Summit Tour, registration dates, venues and scientific programme can be found at www.worldsummittour.com.

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