Final Nobel Biocare Symposium 2017

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Limited places are available for the final and London-based Nobel Biocare Symposium of 2017

Dental professionals have a final chance this year to experience the educational experience of a Nobel Biocare symposium when the final event of the 2017 series takes place in London, from 10-11 November.

A limited number of places are still available for the event, which will be held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel. The symposium offers lectures and master classes from both globally renowned experts and the leading local names in implantology.

Speakers include Dr. Rubén Davó from Alicante, Spain, who will present the new Trefoil system for the first time in the UK. Launched on 5th October, the Trefoil system is claimed as a breakthrough in efficiency for “treating the edentulous mandible, enabling a fixed and definitive prosthesis on the day of surgery”.

As a principal investigator in an international multi-centre study of the Trefoil system conducted prior to launch, Dr. Davó is one of very few clinicians in the world already experienced in treating patients with this latest Nobel Biocare innovation.

The latest techniques for the treatment of edentulous patients and those with a failing dentition will also be addressed on stage by Prof. Paulo Malo, from Lisbon, Portugal–the pioneer of the original, proven All-on-4 treatment concept–and London-based Dr. Andrew Dawood, who will present the management of the atrophic maxilla using zygomatic implants.

Other highlights include a comprehensive program covering the integrated digital workflow. Nobel Biocare’s collaborative workflow has been developed to significantly increase treatment efficiency and patient acceptance with the latest digital innovations. International speakers on the topic include Switzerland’s Dr. Roland Glauser and Drs. Leon Pariente and Karim Dada of Paris, France, who will discuss these latest digital trends shaping implantology and their benefits.

Over 6,000 dental professionals have attended the 10 Nobel Biocare symposia held already this year, with hundreds more expected to attend in London.

Those looking to view the full program, or to register for the Nobel Biocare symposium in London, should visit www.nobelbiocare.com/London