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Nobel Biocare getting ready to reshape implant dentistry

The 2019 Nobel Biocare Global Symposium will provide an opportunity for attendees to learn everything they need to know about mastering all aspects of the implant workflow. (Image: Nobel Biocare)

Wed. 19. June 2019


ZURICH, Switzerland: From 27 to 29 June, the Spanish capital of Madrid will play host to the 2019 Nobel Biocare Global Symposium. At this event, dentists will be able to see and experience the future of implant dentistry through the innovations being showcased. Among these will be the new Nobel Biocare N1 system, which combines the company’s latest surface technology with a biologically driven design to reduce treatment time and improve patient comfort.

The symposium presents one of the first opportunities to experience this next step in dental implant treatment. In addition to clinical experts and researchers sharing their experiences with the N1 system during the main programme, attendees will be able to experience the new system in several hands-on sessions during the event.

Also to be featured in Madrid will be the company’s DTX Studio design software, which will provide attendees with insights into the integrated digital workflow that it offers. As part of the Global Symposium, a fully equipped dental practice will be in place for demonstrations on how to make daily treatment routines straightforward and efficient. Participants can also look forward to demonstrations on implant and prosthetic planning with DTX Studio Implant during several of the main lectures.

During what promises to be a highly engaging and interactive programme, attendees will learn everything they need to know about mastering all aspects of the implant workflow, including immediate function, shorter time-to-teeth, aesthetics and the Mucointegration process. Dedicated sessions will further provide those new to implant dentistry with guidance on how to run a successful implant practice and use different channels to generate patient interest. On top of that, attendees will receive the latest update on emerging trends in implant dentistry, such as ceramic implants and dynamic navigation.

“Clinical needs are changing, the industry is changing, solutions are changing—knowledge is changing,” said Hans Geiselhöringer, President of Nobel Biocare. “In Madrid, we will demonstrate once again how we partner with dental professionals, through new and established solutions, to make implant procedures faster, safer and more predictable for them and their patients. Our Global Symposium is all about real innovation and how it will contribute to improved patient care.”

The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium will take place at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel and Conference Center. Dental professionals who wish to know more about the programme and how to register for the event can find the relevant information at nobelbiocare.com/global-symposia.

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