Nobel Biocare makes successful appearance at the EAO in Copenhagen, Denmark
Nobel Biocare experienced a very successful event at the 21st Annual Scientific Congress of the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Among the highlights were the new product launch of the OsseoCare Pro, new 11-year TiUnite implant surface data and an intriguing corporate forum led by leading experts in the field of implant dentistry and centered on the company’s mission, “Designing for Life.”
Participants of the congress who visited the Nobel Biocare booth and hospitality suite were not only introduced to the OsseoCare Pro, the first drill motor to be operated by an iPad, but also the recent product innovations of NobelReplace Conical Connection, NobelReplace Platform Shift, NobelActive 3.0 and the next generation diagnostics and treatment planning NobelClinician Software – available on both Mac and PC. For each step of the patient treatment flow – from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgery and finally prosthetic restoration – Nobel Biocare provides leading products and solutions to ensure maximum treatment safety, patient comfort and long-term success.
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Nobel Biocare will host the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2013, from 20-23 June, in New York City. The meeting will take place at one of the Big Apple’s landmarks, the famous Waldorf Astoria. This four-day symposium offers dental professionals a unique opportunity to gain the full 360-degree perspective on how to treat more patients with better results. The symposium’s program will build on Nobel Biocare’s mission and is entitled, "Designing for Life: Today and in the future."
Nobel Biocare expert forum discussed long-term and patient-oriented treatment approaches
The Nobel Biocare Corporate Forum entitled, “Designing for Life – Long-term and patient-oriented treatment approaches remain the key to success” featured an impressive selection of industry experts. The first of three segments led by Dr. Roland Glauser (moderator) and Bertil Friberg was titled “Concepts, materials and long-term outcomes in treatment for different indications and clinical situations.” The second part called “Esthetics and soft tissue health around implants – Outcomes for long-term predictability” was led by Dr. Egon Euwe and Mr. Patrick Rutten. The final portion of the forum presented by Dr. Werner Zechner, Dr. Peter Moy, Mr. Patrick Rutten and Dr. Rubén Davó answered the question, “Improved Quality of Life – What are today’s state-of-the art solutions for the edentulous patient?”