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ZURICH, Switzerland: At its 2019 Global Symposium in Madrid, Nobel Biocare will present a new implant system designed to challenge conventional methods of dental implant care. Developed in collaboration with an international network of researchers, the new Nobel Biocare N1 system will feature not only a biologically driven design, but also a unique site preparation method intended to reduce complexity and streamline workflows during implant and restorative procedures.
The new N1 system marks the next step in the latest wave of Nobel Biocare innovation, which began with the introduction of the Xeal and TiUltra surfaces for abutments and implants at the recent International Dental Show in Cologne in Germany. Both surfaces will also be available with the new system, which is planned for release in European Economic Area markets in autumn 2019. Dental professionals who want a pre-launch experience with this step forward in implant dentistry are strongly advised to register for the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium in Madrid in order to secure their seats for this landmark dental event.
One of three global meetings to be held over the next three years, the symposium in Madrid will host over 60 internationally acclaimed experts. Several of these experts will share their experience with the N1 system and other important advancements in implant dentistry. The range of topics to be covered include enhancing aesthetics, improving long-term clinical outcomes and implementing a fully integrated digital workflow, so participants will have plenty to learn and discover about bringing their clinical skills to the next level. A number of special hands-on workshops will further demonstrate how to best implement these dental solutions in the dental practice.
Hans Geiselhöringer, President of Nobel Biocare, said: “Whereas others in the market attempt to imitate, we innovate. With the exclusive showing of the new Nobel Biocare N1 implant system at our upcoming symposium, Nobel Biocare is starting to prepare dental professionals for a new chapter in dental implant care. In Madrid, the future of implant dentistry will be revealed.”
The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium in Madrid will take place at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel and Conference Center from 27 to 29 June 2019. 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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