Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2013 — New York

June 20-23, Waldorf Astoria New York

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    Day 1 highlight

    The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2013 got off to a great start today. With the event sold out we welcomed more than 2,000 dental professionals from around the world to New York’s iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel for an exploration of the latest developments in implant dentistry under the theme "Designing for Life: Today and in the future".

    Today saw the launch of the Foundation for Oral Rehabilitation (FOR). Established by Nobel Biocare and led by leading clinicians and scholars, FOR is set to help develop the knowledge and leadership required to optimize patient care in the long term. In addition, goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations, Bertrand Piccard, was awarded the foundation's first Humanitarian Award in recognition of such efforts like his "Winds of Hope" humanitarian foundation.

    Day 2 highlight

    Day 2 highlight:

    Ideas and experiences continued to be shared today as the second day of the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2013 got underway. At a morning press conference, Nobel Biocare made several major announcements including a new fully-integrated digital workflow, plans to establish a regenerative product portfolio and an upcoming NobelProcera Abutment that takes advantage of a new angulated screw channel concept. A day of looking to the future of our industry was then appropriately brought to a close with a session featuring up-and-coming professionals.

    Day 3 highlight

    Day 3 highlight:

    The third day of the symposium provided again provided plenty of food for thought. The main program today looked at the patient journeys for missing multiple posterior teeth and failing dentitions. Today also saw a day of dedicated sessions for dental technicians which provided delegates with a host of practical tips and tricks including advice on getting great results using the new NobelProcera 2G Scanner.

      

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    Patient journeys, treatment paradigms: a program packed with science-based insights

    With expert guidance from our scientific committee, headed by Professor George Zarb, we have created an innovative program for you, covering the entire treatment journey from presentation to follow-up.

     

     

    Join our extra session on Social Media and Its Impact on Networking and marketing Your Practice - by Edward Zuckerberg.

    For all registered attendees. Sign-up onsite. First come - first served!



     

    Program legends

    • Main Program
    • Special Programs
    • Master Class
    • Hands-on
    • Dental Technician Day
    • Other

    20 June 2013

    AM

    Introductory session
    • Introductory session
    Ann Wennerberg, Burton Langer, Gerard Chiche, Michael MacEntee, Patrick Henry, Philippe Hujoel...
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    08:00-12:00

    Introductory session

    The concept of describing and guiding a patient‘s dental journey as determined by the causes, chronology and psycho-social sequelae of teeth loss, provides the context for the morning’s introductory session. Scientifically validated osseointegrated dental implant therapy has already dramatically improved the management of partial and complete edentulism. It now underscores the profession‘s eclectic and versatile role in the management of oral disease sequelae and the continuing emphasis on both patient and dentist mediated concerns in selecting best available treatment options.

    Over three decades of clinical and biomaterials scientific innovations have already added new and exciting dimensions to osseointegration’s application. However, numerous concerns continue to challenge the notion of a universal therapeutic application of implant therapy. They include systemic interactions with the oral cavity and effects on osseointegration, an expanded understanding of the induced interface that results in osseointegration, as well as the ongoing need for even better evidence supporting long-term treatment outcome results and maintenance protocols.

    The aim of this session is to reiterate and reinforce those key synergies that continue to enrich patients’ lives -between basic and laboratory sciences and their clinical application, and between industry and the profession.

    Learning Objectives

    • An increased understanding of background considerations in the identification of patient treatment selection.
    • An update on current views regarding implant surface characteristics that influence bone and soft tissue responses.
    • An appreciation for the methodologies used to evaluate the efficacy of long-term treatment outcomes

    Moderators:
    George Zarb, William Becker

    Speakers: Ann Wennerberg, Burton Langer, Gerard Chiche, Michael MacEntee, Patrick Henry, Philippe Hujoel, Peter Schüpbach

    PM

    Main Program
    • Patient Journey 1 – Missing Anterior and Posterior Single Teeth
    Shane White, Torsten Jemt, Eric van Dooren, Patrick Rutten, Iñaki Gamborena, Eirik Salvesen...
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    13:00-17:30

    Patient Journey 1 – Missing Anterior and Posterior Single Teeth

    All successful dental implant treatment depends on a thorough multi-dimdensional clinical analysis that inlcludes selection of methods that best image and evaluate the specifi c nature of the proposed host site(s), determination of the number of teeth to be replaced and the surgical protocol to be employed, plus relevant esthetic and functional determinants for each identifi ed treatment strategy. The merits of these essential starting points are enhanced even further by recruiting adjunctive methods such as digital planning tools, bone regenerative materials, different timing sequences for functional prosthesis loading, CAD/CAM technology and a profound awareness of the possible role played by local and systemic health considerations.

    Consequently, subtle and frequently overlapping considerations apply to the different stages of the proposed treatment journey scenario; and the latter’s presentation breakdown into four stages should be regarded as a convenient yet necessary strategy to highlight individual treatment streams while underscoring the unifying principles of the entire osseointegration challenge. Moreover, additional sessions on underlying common biological determinants – maintenance of marginal bone integrity, minimally invasive surgical approaches, immediate functional loading, the unique challenge of managing terminal dentitions, and soft tissue esthetics – are also offered. They too are now an integral part of the treatment paradigm and deserve separate focus.

    Some general learning objectives are identifi ed for each of the identifi ed patient journeys and the selected areas that require extra emphasis.

    Learning Objectives

    • Realization of the demanding aesthetic challenge when dealing with anterior single teeth replacement in particular. This is particularly relevant in a younger age-determined context as related to available soft and hard tissue morphology and the status of adjacent teeth.
    • Identification of the merits or shortcomings of selected implant placement sites e.g. risk of restricted host bone dimensions in posterior sites; and selection of best treatment strategies and implant designs to ensure an optimal treatment outcome.
    • Consideration of adjunctive employment of digital planning tools, laboratory simulation of clinical results.
    • Cognizance of proactive efforts to avoid any surgical morbidity or treatment complications at any stage.
    • Recognition of reliable ways of achieving long-term aesthetic and stable soft tissue responses and required prosthesis maintenance requirements.

    Moderators:
    Peter Wöhrle, Charles Goodacre

    Speakers: Shane White, Torsten Jemt, Eric van Dooren, Patrick Rutten, Iñaki Gamborena, Eirik Salvesen, Egon Euwe (3D movie), Laureen Langer
    Special Programs
    • Minimally Invasive Surgical Protocols
    David Nisand, Patrick Palacci, James Chow, Yvan Fortin,
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    16:00-17:00

    Minimally Invasive Surgical Protocols

    The aim of this session is to describe the wide range of surgical treatment approaches that are considered to be minimally invasive. Such minimally invasive protocols are defi ned as the application of “a systematic respect for the original host tissues”; and published evidence will be reviewed to encourage appreciation of the available diverse choices that lead to favorable and effi cacious treatment outcomes. Consideration of employing software innovations to facilitate the goal of less invasive procedures will also be discussed.

    Learning Objectives

    • Appreciate the fact that the thorough understanding of the biological healing response is essential for successful implant therapy
    • Recognize the significance of employing different sized implants and designs when taking advantage of the ease and logic behind tilted implant placement, the Nobel Clinician method and the recruitment of diverse treatment scenarios.

    Moderator:
    Armando Lopes

    Speakers: David Nisand, Patrick Palacci, James Chow, Yvan Fortin
    Master Class
    • 6 Master Class sessions
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    17:00-18:15

    From the Planning to the Long-Lasting Esthetic Outcomes of Zirconia Implant-based Restorations. From Clinicians and Technicians Perspective

    Speakers: Luc Rutten, Markus Blatz
    17:00-18:15

    Tilted Implants such as the All-on-4 Concept: What Influence Do They Have on Our Decision-making Process for Edentulous or Potentially Edentulous Patients?

    Speakers: Hannes Wachtel, Wolfgang Bolz
    17:00-18:15

    Master the All-on-4 Treatment in a Team Approach

    Speakers: Thomas Balshi, Glenn Wolfinger, Stephen Balshi
    17:00-18:15

    The All-on-4 Concept - Step by Step Procedure using 3D Technology

    Speakers: Enrico Agliardi (3D movie)
    17:00-18:15

    Horizontal and Vertical Ridge Augmentation of Soft and Hard Tissues for Optimal Implant Esthetics

    Speakers: Sascha Jovanovic
    17:00-18:15

    Periodontal and Implant Treatment Challenges for the Aging Population

    Speakers: Louis Rose

    21 June 2013

    AM

    Main Program
    • Patient Journey 2 – Missing Multiple Anterior Teeth
    Andrea Ricci, Peter Wöhrle (3D movie), Oded Bahat, Ricardo Mitrani, Markus Blatz, Giorgio Tabanella
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    08:00-12:00

    Patient Journey 2 – Missing Multiple Anterior Teeth

    Learning Objectives:

    All of the five points described for Patient Journey 1, Single tooth replacement, plus:

    • Recognition of the likelihood that the resultant three dimensional morphological features of long-term residual ridge resorption are more likely to pose a challenging esthetic outcome.
    • Acceptance of the possibility that a more demanding surgical site preparation may be needed if cantilevered prosthetic teeth with simulated gingival replacement are not what the patient desires.
    • Acknowledging the occasional severe treatment demands of desired biocompatible, aesthetic and functional parameters when generous smile lines are present and both anterior teeth and supporting tissue have been lost

    Moderators:
    Bernard Touati, Sascha Jovanovic, Lesley David

    Speakers: Andrea Ricci, Peter Wöhrle (3D movie), Oded Bahat, Ricardo Mitrani, Markus Blatz, Giorgio Tabanella
    Special Programs
    • 3 Special Programs sessions
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    09:00-10:00

    Immediate Function and its Scientifically Documented Efficacy and Effectiveness

    The aim of this session is to review the history and scientific evidence that support the timing of the different loading protocols. Patient benefits will be highlighted in the context of introducing early functional and esthetic outcomes.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Recognize that Immediate Functional rehabilitation is a valid treatment concept.
    • That treatment eligibility should result from a rigorous benefit and risk assessment process undertaken for each and every eligible patient.

    Moderator:
    Joseph Kan

    Speakers: Roland Glauser, Ken Parrish, Marco Esposito
    10:00-11:00

    Immediate Placement - Implant Placement in Fresh Extraction Sockets

    In this session definitions and treatment time differences and outcomes are clarified for immediate and delayed implant placement following extraction(s), and for the various restoration approaches. Decreased treatment time, fewer surgical procedures, reduced costs, and patient preference for non-removable restorations are among the benefits of prescribing an Immediate Function protocol.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Appreciate the merits and practical implications of the documented high success rates achieved with immediate implant placement and function.
    • Recognize that then expected functional and eesthetic success are also accompanied by a clinical outcome of enhanced soft tissue appearance and preservation.

    Moderator:
    Barry Wagenberg

    Speakers: David Gelb, Tristan Staas, José Navarro, Joseph Kan
    11:00-12:00

    Soft-tissue Integrity and Associated Optimal Esthetic Outcomes

    Treatment planning to ensure optimal esthetic results with anterior single, and adjacent maxillary implants, requires a thorough study and understanding of the biology and behavior of the peri-implant tissues. This facilitates the development of surgical and prosthetic protocols that provide our patients with functional and durable esthetic restorations respecting the biological factors that contribute to overall soft tissue health and stability. These factors include bone and soft tissue handling, implant design, abutment type, surface and contour; all of which influence the surrounding biological response.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Learn the principles of bone and soft tissue management around implants and per-implant defects in the esthetic zone.
    • Understand the importance of proper soft tissue handling criteria in respect of implant restorations.
    • Discuss the different prosthodontic solutions and the key clinical and technical aspects for optimizing soft tissue health and esthetics

    Moderator:
    Tidu Mankoo

    Speakers: Iñaki Gamborena, Eric Van Dooren, Luc Rutten
    Master Class
    • 6 Master Class sessions
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    07:00-08:15

    NobelActive™ Implant: Esthetic and Immediate Function Benefits

    Speakers: Ophir Fromovich
    07:00-08:15

    Bone Regeneration with Today’s Techniques and Materials. Has Treatment Protocols changed to decrease the Morbidity of the Donor Site?

    Speakers: Massimo Simion, Istvan Urban
    07:00-08:15

    Managing Terminal/Failing Dentitions and their Transitions to Edentulism - Total Rehabilitation Surgical and Prosthetic Protocols

    Speakers: Paulo Malo
    07:00-08:15

    Tilted Implants such as the All-on-4 Concept: What Influence do they have on our decision-making Process for Edentulous or Potentially Edentulous Patients?

    Speakers: Hannes Wachtel, Wolfgang Bolz
    07:00-08:15

    Immediate Implant Placement - A Progressive Concept or too Aggressive a Solution?

    Speakers: Gabor Tepper
    07:00-08:15

    Current Concepts in Osseointegration

    Speakers: Bertil Friberg
    Hands-on
    • 2 Hands-on sessions
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    09:30-11:00

    OsseoCare Pro

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team
    09:45-11:15

    NobelProcera Open House - Meet the Experts

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team

    PM

    Main Program
    • 3 Main Program sessions
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    13:00-14:45

    On Enriching the Treatment Paradigm – Digital Solutions in Implant Dentistry (Digital Stream 1)

    Rapidly evolving computer-driven treatment planning and CAD/CAM solutions using digital tools, continue to play major roles in current dental practice. This session provides short presentations dealing with innovative digital clinical concepts and workfl ows for both dentists and dental technicians. Available tools and digital techniques that support optimal esthetic results will be presented and discussed.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Analysis of the benefits of computer based planning in the communication between the surgical specialist, restoring dentist and laboratory technician
    • Understanding the merits of the CAD/CAM approach in prosthodontic rehabilitation
    • Discussing the impact of digital working flows and new technologies in the dental laboratory

    Moderators:
    George Duello, John Brunski

    Speakers: Andrew Dawood, Luc Vrielinck, Stefan Holst, Pascal Kunz
    15:15-17:00

    On Enriching the Treatment Paradigm – Digital Solutions in Implant Dentistry (Digital Stream 1)

    Rapidly evolving computer-driven treatment planning and CAD/CAM solutions using digital tools, continue to play major roles in current dental practice. This session provides short presentations dealing with innovative digital clinical concepts and workfl ows for both dentists and dental technicians. Available tools and digital techniques that support optimal esthetic results will be presented and discussed.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Analysis of the benefits of computer based planning in the communication between the surgical specialist, restoring dentist and laboratory technician
    • Understanding the merits of the CAD/CAM approach in prosthodontic rehabilitation
    • Discussing the impact of digital working flows and new technologies in the dental laboratory

    Moderators:
    Luc Rutten, Egon Euwe

    Speakers: Lambert Stumpel, Patrick Rutten, Oliver Hugo, Armando Lopes
    16:00-18:00

    Reconstructive Surgery and Prosthodontic Solutions for Severe Cases

    In their early developmental stages, the disciplines of Maxillofacial Surgery and Prosthodontics demonstrated a remarkable convergence of virtuoso surgical skills, developing materials applications and their clinical use, plus exceptional humanism. Lives were prolonged and often enriched as a result of combined superb clinical initiatives that from a prosthodontic viewpoint were often superb art forms in search of a means of retention. But virtually overnight, the strong synergies between the involved disciplines combined with Brånemark’s osseointegration vision to create the sort of therapeutic platform that has so positively impacted the lives of patients with congenital anomalies and severe tissue loss from trauma or oncological surgical interventions.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Modern surgical advances, cellular engineering concepts, prosthodontic virtuosity and advances in biomaterials and implant designs can be frequently and reliable recruited to ensure a prolonged improvement in such specifically distressed patients’ life quality.

    Moderators:
    Johan Wolfaardt, Shohei Kasugai

    Speakers: Friedrich Neukam, Jay Malmquist, Stefan Lundgren, Dennis Rohner, Larry Brecht, Gwen Swennen, David Hirsch, Robert Carmichael
    Special Programs
    • Benefits and Complications Associated with Fixed Implant Rehabilitation Using Graftless Solutions for the Edentulous Maxilla.
    Paulo Malo, Rubén Davó, Stephen Parel, Edmond Bedrossian,
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    12:00-13:00

    Benefits and Complications Associated with Fixed Implant Rehabilitation Using Graftless Solutions for the Edentulous Maxilla.

    Full appreciation of the phenomenon of the induced ankylotic-like response that characterizes successful osseointegration quickly catalyzed the realization that implants can sustain occlusal loading in alternative ways to the traditional number of implants that are placed vertically in selected host bone sites. Consequently contrived tilted locations for fewer and longer implants than the vertically placed ones can maximize the area of potential support for similar occlusal loads to treatment designs using even more implant abutments. This realization reflects the genesis of ingenious techniques like the All-on-4® treatment concept. Furthermore, employing Brånemark System Zygoma implants may also be a viable alternative to using grafts to compensate for compromised bone quantity in the edentulous maxilla as an option to bone grafting procedures for the resorbed maxilla.

    Learning Objectives:

    • Understand the need for pre-treatment assessment, evaluation guidelines and bone quantity classifications, to facilitate a selected and specific treatment planning protocol.

    Moderator:
    Lesley David

    Speakers: Paulo Malo, Rubén Davó, Stephen Parel, Edmond Bedrossian
    Master Class
    • 8 Master Class sessions
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    12:00-13:15

    The Effect of Disinfection Treatments and Successive Abutment Dis / Reconnection on Peri-implant Tissues

    Speakers: Guaracilei Macial Vidigal Jr.
    12:00-13:15

    Multi-causality of Peri-implantitis - Give the bone the chance to Survive

    Speakers: Marc Quirynen
    16:30-17:45

    Bone Regeneration with Today’s Techniques and Materials. Has Treatment Protocols changed to decrease the Morbidity of the Donor Site?

    Speakers: Massimo Simion, Istvan Urban
    16:30-17:45

    Immediate Implant Placement - A Progressive Concept or too Aggressive a Solution?

    Speakers: Gabor Tepper
    16:30-17:45

    Social Media and its Impact on Networking and Marketing Your Practice

    Speakers: Edward Zuckerberg
    17:00-18:15

    NobelActive™ Universal Implant-based Solutions also for Challenging Clinical Situations

    Speakers: Blackie Swart
    17:00-18:15

    Master Challenges with Implant Bar Overdentures to Successfully Treat Edentulous Patients

    Speakers: Andrew Bock, Thomas Wade
    17:00-18:15

    Soft and Hard Tissue Architecture as Support for Successful Treatment Outcomes

    Speakers: Franck Bonnet
    Hands-on
    • 6 Hands-on sessions
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    12:00-13:30

    Master Different Type of Abutment Designs

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team
    12:30-14:00

    NobelReplace – Conical Connection & Tri-Channel

    Speakers: Giorgio Tabanella
    12:30-15:30

    Regenerative Materials & Hands-on with Pig Jaw

    Speakers: Sascha Jovanovic
    14:30-16:00

    Provisional Crowns & Impression Copings

    Speakers: Christopher Marchack
    14:30-16:00

    Branemark System Zygoma Implants

    Speakers: Edmond Bedrossian
    14:30-16:00

    Master the Software Tools for various Implant Bar Designs

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team
    Emerging Leaders Session
    • Tissue Volume at Anterior Implants: a Key to Esthetic Success
    Oscar Gonzalez-Martín, France Lambert, Sunyoung Ma,
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    17:00-18:00

    Tissue Volume at Anterior Implants: a Key to Esthetic Success

     

    Three young, up and coming dental leaders share the podium alongside two world-renowned and experienced moderators. The innovative format will provide for a dynamic session between presenters, moderators and audience.

    Moderators:
    Eric Rompen, Bernard Touati

    Speakers: Oscar Gonzalez-Martín, France Lambert, Sunyoung Ma

    22 June 2013

    AM

    Main Program
    • Patient Journey 3 – Missing Multiple Posterior Teeth
    Massimo Simion, Pierre de Grandmont, Ernest Lam, Franck Renouard, Andrew Dawood, Bertil Friberg (3D movie)...
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    08:00-12:00

    Patient Journey 3 – Missing Multiple Posterior Teeth

    Points 2–5 points described for Patient Journey 1, Single tooth replacement, plus:

    Learning Objectives

    • Acknowledging the need for sophisticated imaging of planned host bone sites to permit the selection of the most appropriate surgical protocol with or without grafting interventions.
    • Paying particular attention to the selection of adequate implant numbers and design features to ensure outcomes that are compatible with desired aesthetic results and above all potential for dealing with sustained and prolonged loading demands.
    • Taking advantage of pre-treatment information that can be gleaned from articulator simulation of teeth arrangement and distribution in the context of occlusal analysis and individual patient behavior history (e.g. parafunction)

    Moderators:
    Stefan Holst, Eric Rompen

    Speakers: Massimo Simion, Pierre de Grandmont, Ernest Lam, Franck Renouard, Andrew Dawood, Bertil Friberg (3D movie), Peter Moy, Keng Mun Wong
    Master Class
    • 7 Master Class sessions
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    06:30-07:45

    NobelActive Implant: Esthetic and Immediate Function Benefits

    Speakers: Ophir Fromovich
    06:30-07:45

    Managing Terminal / Failing Dentitions and their Transitions to Edentulism- Total Rehabilitation Surgical and Prosthetic Protocols

    Speakers: Paulo Malo
    06:30-07:45

    Master the All-on-4 Concept in a Team Approach

    Speakers: Thomas Balshi, Glenn Wolfinger, Stephen Balshi
    06:30-07:45

    Stress-Minimazing Surgery Using Short / Narrow Implant Solutions

    Speakers: Franck Renouard
    06:30-07:45

    The 10-year Evolution of NobelGuide. What We Have Learned from Our First Patients

    Speakers: Christopher Marchack
    06:30-07:45

    Think Digital - NobelClinician

    Speakers: George Duello
    11:00-12:30

    NobelClinician Software (invitation only)

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team
    Hands-on
    • 7 Hands-on sessions
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    08:30-10:00

    All-on-4 Treatment Concept - Surgical Part

    Speakers: Thomas Balshi, Glenn Wolfinger, Stephen Balshi
    08:30-11:30

    Regenerative Materials & Hands-on with Pig Jaw

    Speakers: Sascha Jovanovic
    08:30-10:00

    Prosthetic Update / Abutment Selection

    Speakers: Alessandro Pozzi
    08:30-10:00

    NobelReplace – Conical Connection & Tri-channel

    Speakers: Giorgio Tabanella
    08:30-10:30

    NobelActive & NobelActive 3.0 - Introduction

    Speakers: Ophir Fromovich
    11:00-12:30

    Provisional Crowns & Impression Copings – Restorative Part

    Speakers: Christopher Marchack
    11:00-12:30

    NobelActive & NobelActive 3.0 - Advanced

    Speakers: Ken Parrish
    Dental Technician Day
    • 4 Dental Technician Day sessions
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    09:00-09:20

    Innovation in CAD /CAM Dentistry

    Speakers: Patrick Rutten
    09:20-10:05

    Custom Eesthetics Powered by NobelProcera

    Speakers: Tristan Staas, Michiel Wouters
    10:05-11:15

    All-on-4 Work Flow and Tips and Tricks

    Speakers: Joe Coursey, Jean-Francois Bedard
    11:15-11:30

    Questions & Answers. Summary of Session and Preview of Further Program

    Speakers: Patrick Rutten

    PM

    Main Program
    • Patient Journey 4 – Managing the Terminal / Failing Dentition – The Transition to Edentulism
    Regina Mericske-Stern, Steven Eckert, Terry Walton, Alessandro Pozzi (3D movie), Paulo Malo, Kenji Higuchi...
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    13:00-17:00

    Patient Journey 4 – Managing the Terminal / Failing Dentition – The Transition to Edentulism

    Early protocols in implant therapy for edentulous patients have now evolved to provide both patient and dentist with additional versatile and optional solutions. The outcome of these advances has been the opportunity for patients with terminal/failing dentitions to avail themselves of the opportunity to combine their own perceived needs with well established treatment possibilities. This session focuses on the ongoing functional and esthetic needs of edentulous patients and current approaches to making an optimal selection from diverse management strategies.

    Learning Objectives

    • Discussing the evaluation methods and treatment options for patients with terminal dentitions.
    • Evaluating the rationale for fixed prostheses by exploiting the ankylotic- like induction of a healed implant/bone interace that permits angulating abutments to maximize the areas of osseointegrated surface contac by using longer, tilted implants, which is the basic premise that underscores the ’’All-on-4’’ treatment concept.
    • Analyzing the merits of the scientific evidence that supports immediate functional loading of both fixed and removable prostheses.

    Moderators:
    Peter Moy, Roland Glauser

    Speakers: Regina Mericske-Stern, Steven Eckert, Terry Walton, Alessandro Pozzi (3D movie), Paulo Malo, Kenji Higuchi, Saj Jivraj
    Master Class
    • NobelClinician Software (invitation only)
    Nobel Biocare Team,
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    13:30-15:00

    NobelClinician Software (invitation only)

    Speakers: Nobel Biocare Team
    Hands-on
    • All-on-4 Treatment Concept – Restorative Part
    Thomas Balshi, Glenn Wolfinger, Stephen Balshi,
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    13:30-15:30

    All-on-4 Treatment Concept – Restorative Part

    Speakers: Thomas Balshi, Glenn Wolfinger, Stephen Balshi
    Dental Technician Day
    • 3 Dental Technician Day sessions
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    12:00-13:00

    Smile Design and Material Selection for White and Pink Esthetics Over Implants

    Speakers: Christian Coachman
    13:45-14:30

    New Restorative Solutions for Efficiency and Esthetics

    Speakers: Patrick Rutten, Stefan Holst
    14:30-16:00

    Implants Esthetics in the Digital Age

    Speakers: Jean-Marc Etienne, Bernard Touati

    23 June 2013

    AM

    Post-Symposium program
    • The Predicament of Edentulism – How Viable and Universal is the Implant Solution?
    Iven Klineberg, Lyndon Cooper, Aaron Fenton, Ye Lin, Rubén Davó, Ole Jensen...
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    08:00-15:00

    The Predicament of Edentulism – How Viable and Universal is the Implant Solution?

    Implant treatment strategies and protocols for edentulous patients ushered in the bio-technological breakthrough of osseointegration. They continued to evolve in ways that also addressed the needs of partially edentulous patients with equally impressive documented results. Moreover, dramatic initiatives in imaging and surgical site development for implant placement, together with novel developments in implant components and CAD/CAM technology, now offer both dentist and patient exciting scope for seriously considering complete denture management of edentulism as virtually passé. Compelling treatment outcome documentation of the diverse approaches that can be offered to already edentulous patients, or those who are about to become edentulous as a result of having a severely compromised natural dentition, now demand the need for a stock-taking of the predicament of already being, or about to transition into edentulism, in a time-dependent treatment outcome context. The entire notion of an optimal standard of care for this particularly challenging treatment demographic, needs to be discussed in a prudent and objective manner that reconciles issues of age, systemic health, economics of service, morbidity risks and access considerations, with the diversity of available management options.

    Learning Objectives

    • Recognition of the predicament of patients with long-standing edentulism and both adaptive and mal-adaptive complete denture wearing experiences.
    • Appreciation for the spectrum of management challenges that confront the profession when seeking to manage long-standing edentulism in particular.
    • Better understanding of the both surgical morbidity risks and long term prosthodontic maintenance challenges when providing implant therapy for such patients.
    • Understanding the merits of abbreviated surgical protocols that recruit ‘all-on-four’ or Overdenture approaches to fulfil the desired optimal treatment objectives.

    Moderators:
    George Zarb, Edmond Bedrossian

    Speakers: Iven Klineberg, Lyndon Cooper, Aaron Fenton, Ye Lin, Rubén Davó, Ole Jensen, Stefan Holst, Steven Moss, Jeff Ganeles, Friedrich Neukam, Georg Watzek

    Scientific Committee

    Below are the list of the Scientific Committee steering group and members.

    Steering Group:
    George Zarb (Chairman), William Becker, Charles J. Goodacre, Burton Langer, Jay Malmquist

    Members:
    Shohei Kasugai, Ye Lin, Regina Mericske-Stern, Friedrich W. Neukam, Eric Rompen, Massimo Simion, Daniel van Steenberghe, Bernard Touati

      

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    Distinguished speakers from around the world

    Think of the people you look up to in this highly specialized field. There is a very good chance that they will be speaking.

    We have secured the participation of over 100 globally respected researchers, scientists, clinicians and academics. All experts in restorative dentistry and all ready to share their thoughts with you at the Symposium.

    Surname

    First name
    AgliardiEnrico
    Albrektsson Tomas 
    BahatOded 
    BalshiStephen 
    BalshiThomas 
    BeckerWilliam 
    BedardJean-Francois
    Bedrossian Edmond 
    Blatz Markus 
    BockAndrew 
    BolzWolfgang 
    BonnetFranck 
    BrechtLarry 
    Brunski John
    CarmichaelRobert 
    ChicheGerard 
    ChowJames 
    ChvartzsaidDavid 
    CoachmanChristian 
    CooperLyndon 
    CourseyJoe 
    DavidLesley 
    DavóRubén 
    DawoodAndrew 
    de GrandmontPierre 
    Duello George 
    EckertSteven 
    EspositoMarco
    EtienneJean-Marc 
    Euwe Egon 
    FentonAaron 
    FortinYvan 
    FribergBertil 
    FromovichOphir 
    GamborenaIñaki 
    Ganeles Jeffrey
    GelbDavid 
    Glauser Roland 
    Gonzalez-MartínOscar 
    GoodacreCharles
    HenryPatrick 
    Higuchi Kenji 
    HirschDavid 
    HolstStefan 
    HugoOliver 
    HujoelPhilippe 
    JemtTorsten
    JensenOle 
    JivrajSaj
    Jovanovic Sascha 
    KanJoseph 
    KasugaiShohei 
    KlinebergIven 
    KlingeBjörn 
    KokaSreenivas 
    KunzPascal 
    LamErnest 
    LambertFrance
    LangerBurton
    LangerLaureen 
    LinYe 
    Lopes Armando 
    LundgrenStefan 
    MaSunyoung 
    MacEnteeMichael 
    MalmquistJay 
    MaloPaulo
    MankooTidu 
    MarchackChristopher 
    Mericske-SternRegina 
    MitraniRicardo  
    MombelliAndrea 
    MossSteven 
    MoyPeter 
    Navarro jr.José 
    NeukamFriedrich 
    NisandDavid 
    PalacciPatrick 
    ParelStephen 
    Parrish Ken 
    Pozzi Alessandro 
    QuirynenMarc
    RenouardFranck 
    RicciAndrea
    RohnerDennis 
    RompenEric 
    RoseLouis
    RuttenPatrick 
    Rutten Luc 
    SalvesenEirik 
    SchüpbachPeter 
    Simion Massimo 
    StaasTristan 
    StumpelLambert 
    Swart Louwrens (Blackie)
    SwennenGwen 
    Tabanella Giorgio 
    TepperGabor
    Touati Bernard 
    UrbanIstvan 
    van DoorenEric 
    van Steenberghe Daniel 
    Vidigal Guaracilei M.
    VrielinckLuc 
    WachtelHannes 
    WadeThomas 
    WagenbergBarry 
    WaltonTerry 
    WatzekGeorg 
    WennerbergAnn 
    WhiteShane 
    WöhrlePeter 
    Wolfaardt Johan 
    WolfingerGlenn 
    WongKeng Mun
    WoutersMichiel
    ZarbGeorge

      

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    Designed, built and run to make life more enjoyable

    The Symposium takes place at the Waldorf Astoria. Designed with exquisite attention to detail in both function and esthetics, it is a fitting match for our discipline, where these two disciplines must also work in harmony.

    This luxurious hotel is just minutes from Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick's Cathedral, the Theater District and the best shopping and art galleries on Madison and Fifth Avenues.

    Waldorf Astoria New York

    The Waldorf Astoria

    301 Park Avenue
    New York, NY 10022-6897
    www.waldorfnewyork.com


    Special rates will be available along with the registration starting September 2012.

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    Directions

    Get directions on how to get to The Waldorf Astoria by public transportation.

    Waldorf=Astoria New York

    Getting there from the airport

    For those traveling by air, the City is served by seven area airports. Of these, three are major hubs: LaGuardia Airport (LGA) and John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) are both in Queens, while Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) is located in neighboring New Jersey. These three airports provide access to the City via taxis, buses, subways, trains and private limo car services.

    John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK)

    Jamaica, Queens, NY 11430
    kennedyairport.com | 718-244-4444

    JFK handles the most international traffic of any airport in the US—almost 415,000 flights and 46 million passengers annually. About 400 daily nonstop domestic arrivals/departures connect to JFK, and 70 airlines serve its eight passenger terminals.

    Getting to Midtown Manhattan from JFK:

    • Taxi: $45 flat fare (flat rate), plus bridge and tunnel tolls and gratuity; 45–60 minutes to Midtown Manhattan. 212-NYC-TAXI
    • Subway: $7.50 ($5 for the AirTrain from JFK, plus $2.50 for the subway); 60–75 minutes to Midtown Manhattan from the A subway line at the Howard Beach/JFK Airport station or the E, J, Z subway lines and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) train at the Sutphin Blvd./Archer Ave./JFK Airport station.
    • Public Bus: $2.50 (with free transfer to subway line into Manhattan); 60–75 minutes to Midtown on Q10 bus to the Ozone Park/Lefferts Blvd. A train subway station.
    • Private bus & van companies: $16–$20.
    • Higher for private limo car services.
    LaGuardia Airport (LGA)

    Jackson Heights, Queens, NY 11371
    laguardiaairport.com | 718-533-3400

    This is the closest airport to Midtown Manhattan and handles domestic US, Canadian and Caribbean air traffic, with 354,000 flights and 22 million passengers annually. Its four passenger terminals serve more than 476 daily nonstop arrivals/departures. It is on the northern shore of Queens, directly across the East River, about 8 miles from Midtown Manhattan.

    Getting to Manhattan from LaGuardia:

    • Taxi: Metered fare: approximately $25–$35, plus bridge and tunnel tolls and gratuity; 20–30 minutes to Midtown Manhattan. 212-NYC-TAXI
    • Public Bus: $2.50; 45–60 minutes to the Upper West Side via direct service on the M60 bus; for subway connections, board the Queens Q33 bus and disembark at either the 82nd St./Jackson Heights subway station (for 7 subway line) or the Jackson Heights/Roosevelt Ave. subway station (for 7, E, F, M or R subway lines); add an additional 15–20 minutes for subway into Midtown Manhattan.
    • Private bus & van companies: $12–$20.
    • Higher for private limo car service.
    Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR)

    Newark, NJ 07114
    newarkairport.com | 888-EWR-INFO

    Newark Liberty welcomes more than 411,000 flights and almost 34 million passengers annually. There are more than 40 international and domestic carriers, with more than 423 daily nonstop domestic arrivals/departures. The airport is across the Hudson River from New York City, 16 miles and 45–60 minutes from Midtown Manhattan.

    Getting to Midtown Manhattan from Newark Liberty:

    • Taxi: Service to Midtown Manhattan is via New Jersey–regulated taxis. Metered fares range $60–$75 (plus bridge and tunnel tolls and gratuity). During weekday rush hours (6–9am and 4–7pm) and on weekends (Saturday–Sunday, noon–8pm), there is a $5 surcharge to anywhere in New York State, except Staten Island. When traveling to the airport from Midtown Manhattan, service is via New York City’s regulated yellow taxis. Metered fares range $69–$75, plus a $15 surcharge in addition to tolls and gratuity.
    • Private bus & van companies: $16–$20.
    • Higher for private limo car services.

      

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    “New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town…”

    Everybody has their own favorite city – and for many global citizens, New York is at the top of their list.

    During breaks from the proceedings at the Symposium, you have a wonderful opportunity to explore everything the Big Apple has to offer, from theatre and the arts to sports, sightseeing and fine dining.

    Getting around New York City

    The fastest, easiest way to reach virtually every NYC attraction is by foot and the City’s inexpensive 24-hour public transit system.

    Benefit from special discounts

    Nobel Biocare cooperates with the official New York City convention bureau and all delegates benefi t from special discounts on tickets for Broadway shows, the City Pass and spousal programs.

    Subway and buses

    Getting an MTA MetroCard is your first step to navigating the City by subway or bus. You can purchase a MetroCard at any subway station from multilingual machines or booth attendants.

    Riders can choose a pay-per-ride or an unlimited-ride MetroCard. A single subway or bus ride is $2.50. The minimum purchase for a pay-per-ride MetroCard is $4.50.

    Get more information on NYC transportation

    Download map of New York City’s subway and bus system

    Taxis

    Taxicabs operate 24 hours, provide door-to-door service and accept cash or credit cards. To hail a taxi, stand at the curb and look for a yellow cab with an illuminated white number on top. Off-duty cabs display the illuminated words “Off Duty” on the same sign. Board and exit the cab curbside.

    There is a minimum meter fare of $2.50, and prices increase based on the distance and duration of the trip (assume prices are higher during peak rush-hour traffic).

    For further details, visit nyc.gov/taxi or call the City’s information hotline, 311.

    Tipping
    • Hotel doorman: $1 for hailing a cab
    • Porters and bellhops: $1–$2 per bag
    • Maids: $1–$2 per day of your visit, or as much as $5 per day
    • Waitstaff and bartenders: 15–20 percent of total bill
    • Taxi drivers: 15–20 percent of total fare
    • Tips for other service personnel, such as theater ushers, tour guides and coat-check staff, are always appreciated

    One more thing: if you’re having drinks at a bar, bartenders typically expect a $1 tip for every drink they serve you. Later on, when the bar gets crowded, you’ll be glad that the bartender remembers you!

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    Fun activities

    Below is a list of fun activities to do while in New York City.

    A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tours

    Brooklyn Bus Tours

    Tony Muia takes guests on a "personal journey" that transcends pizza, using the cuisine as a gateway to an authentic Brooklyn experience.

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    Bike and Roll New York

    Bike and Roll

    Biking is a fun way to explore New York City. In addition to the flexible My Way Pass, with multiple pick-up and drop-off locations, and bike rentals on Governors Island, Bike and Roll offers exciting guided sightseeing tours.

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    CitySightsNY

    CitySightsNY

    The double-decker bus tour is a staple of many NYC visits, especially for those who want to pack in lots of sights in a relatively short time. CitySightsNY's hop-on/hop-off buses deliver memorable views from their top-deck-only seating.

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    Manhattan by Sail

    Manhattan by Sail

    Enjoy a taste of the 1920s high life on the stately 82-foot schooner Shearwater, which today whisks New Yorkers and tourists through New York Harbor courtesy of Manhattan by Sail.

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    MCNY Bronx Historical Tours

    MCNY Bronx Historical Tours

    These guided jaunts explore two of the most culturally rich areas of the Bronx: Woodlawn (the borough's Little Ireland) and Arthur Avenue (its Little Italy).

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    New York City Photo Safari

    New York City Photo Safari

    The seasoned professionals at New York City Photo Safari can ensure that visitors' snapshots capture all the grandeur of must-see NYC attractions.

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    SeaStreak

    SeaStreak

    In addition to daily commuter ferry service, this company offers two-and-a-half-hour sightseeing cruises aboard its luxurious ships. The voyage certainly ranks among the most memorable ways to soak in New York City's essential sights.

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    Shop Gotham

    Shop Gotham

    Even New York City's most seasoned shoppers can gain valuable tips, significant discounts and exclusive access to special spots from a Shop Gotham tour.

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    Walking Tours Manhattan

    Walking Tours Manhattan

    Walking Tours Manhattan combines major landmarks with delicious local cuisine to create tours that taste as good as they look. For example, the Comfort Foods Dinner Tour treats diners to indulgent cheesecake and creamy mac 'n' cheese.

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    Yankee Stadium

    Yankee Stadium

    This celebrated icon of America's favorite pastime is a must-see for any baseball fan. Visitors can take a guided tour or go to the New York Yankees Museum.

    Get more information from the official New York Yankees website

    To purchase tickets to a Yankees game, visit ticketmaster.com

      

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    Le parcours thérapeutique du patient

    Mercredi 19 juin 2013
    Dans le cadre du Nobel Biocare Global Symposium, nous avons saisi l'occasion de nous réunir à nouveau !
    Au sein du lieu mythique qu'est le Waldorf Astoria, profitez de cette journée pour rencontrer et discuter avec vos consoeurs et confrères francophones. Venez découvrir les protocoles cliniques les plus aboutis pour améliorer la qualité de vie de vos patients.
    Et bien sûr, nous aurons le plaisir de nous retrouver le jeudi soir pour une soirée mémorable au coeur du quartier bouillonnant qu'est l'Upper East Side !

    TimeProgramme 
    9:00Introduction - Pr George Zarb / Pr Patrick Missika/ M. Christian Rocton

    Président : Dr Patrick Palacci - Marseille

    9:20Dr Patrick Limbour - Rennes
    La prise en charge du patient : les 10 points clés
    9:40Dr Nicolas Boutin - Paris
    L’imagerie 3D au service du plan de traitement implantaire : nouvelles acquisitions
    10:00Drs Paul Mattout et Cristina Vaida - Marseille
    La Régénération osseuse dans la pérennité et l’esthétique péri implantaire
    10:20Questions - réponses
    10:30Pause
    11:00Dr Mithridade Davarpanah - Paris
    Les facteurs décisionnels pour la chirurgie du sinus
    11:20Dr France Lambert - Liège, Belgique
    Préservation de la crête alvéolaire
    11:40Dr Alain Borghetti - Martigues
    L’aménagement des tissus péri-implantaires
    12:00Questions - réponses
    12:20Déjeuner

    Président : Pr Eric Rompen - Liège, Bruxelles

    14:00Dr Anne Benhamou - Paris
    Esthétique du secteur maxillaire antérieur
    14:20Dr Olivier Etienne - Strasbourg
    Armatures transvissées en zircone : optimiser ses choix
    14:40Dr Patrice Margossian - Marseille
    Apport de la CFAO au quotidien
    15:00Questions - réponses
    15:15Pause
    15:45Drs Dominique Dupont et Claude Authelain - Metz et Strasbourg
    Quand et comment répondre au défi de la MCI sur le maxillaire complet ?
    16:10Dr Xavier Ravalec - Saint Grégoire
    Les différents moyens de stabilisation en prothèse amovible complète supra-implantaire
    16:30Dr Antony Carbery - Laval, Québec
    Mise en charge immédiate et qualité de vie des patients
    17:50Questions - réponses
    18:10Pr Patrick Missika - Paris
    Synthèse, les points clés

     

      

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