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ZURICH, Switzerland: A new and revolutionary chapter for implant dentistry will start this summer in Madrid in Spain. At the upcoming Nobel Biocare Global Symposium, the first of three international events hosted by Nobel Biocare, outstanding developments in the field of implant design and site preparation will be unveiled. Supporting these groundbreaking innovations will be new advancements in implant surface technology, as well as long-term implant care.
Leading international clinicians, all experts in their field, will be on-site in Madrid to share their experiences with the new solutions. They will also be demonstrating how these can help clinicians to further shorten time to teeth and to improve long-term clinical results. Participants will be able to further explore the innovations and more through a number of dedicated hand-on sessions and product demonstrations.
To be held at the Marriott Auditorium Hotel and Conference Center from 27 to 29 June, the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium in Madrid will be the first in the new global event series, which was announced last year as an expansion on the company’s signature Nobel Biocare Global Symposium. Two global symposia will follow the meeting in the Spanish capital, one in Las Vegas in 2020 and one in Tokyo in 2021. Through this unique event concept, more dental professionals than ever will be able to experience this new wave of innovations by Nobel Biocare first-hand.
“We are excited to welcome dental professionals from all over the world to Madrid in June, where we will be presenting the next evolutionary steps in dental implant care with a host of new and forward-thinking innovations,” said Hans Geiselhöringer, President of Nobel Biocare. “With two more events to come, it will be a once-in-a-generation opportunity to experience true game-changers in implant dentistry.”
Dental professionals who already registered for the 2019 Nobel Biocare Global Symposium originally planned to be held in Las Vegas will be given the opportunity to transfer their registration to any of the three upcoming events. More information about the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium event series can be found at www.nobelbiocare.com.