As always Nobel Biocare will attend the 2011 AO Annual Meeting to be held March 3-5. The theme of this years meeting is: ”Back to the Future: Combining Fundamental Principles with New Technologies for the Next 25 Years”. You will find Nobel Biocare in booth #403 in the exhibition.
We will also host a hands-on session on the topic ”Immediate Provisionalization and Placement”. Make sure to register now because the Attendance is limited to 38 people.
Start: Wednesday, March 2, 7:30 am with breakfast
Fee: AO Members: $400/person
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Registration Fee: AO Members: $400/person Non-Members: $500/person
Wednesday, March 2, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
The learning outcomes are:
Describe the benefits of immediate provisionalization
Identify available planning software;
Discuss the surgical and prosthetic techniques required to accomplish various forms of provisionalization;
Fabricate chairside provisionals on models using the above knowledge and materials.
Complimentary breakfast and lunch will be provided to all registrants. A wine and cheese reception will immediately follow, giving workshop participants the opportunity to meet other corporate representatives and to learn more about our products and services.
Nobel Biocare Corporate Forum
“On Reconciling our Patients’ Needs and Preferences with Current Bio-Technological Advances”
Start: Thursday, March. 3, 8:00 am
Where: Walter E. Washington Convention Center. Between 7th and 9th Streets and N Street and
Mt. Vernon Place in downtown DC
The challenge of employing bio-technological advances to optimize comprehensive implant treatment outcomes demands ongoing analysis. Reconciling new technologies with a continuum of surgical and prosthodontic skill refinement also demands renewed commitments to scientifically tenable interpretations of efficacy and effectiveness objectives. This forum combines the synergistic scholarly skills of distinguished international clinical experts. They will seek to integrate contemporary clinical concepts and their patient management applications for advanced treatment planning
This interactive treatment planning session will be conducted by: Dr Ole Jensen, Dr Sonia Leziy, Dr Brahm Miller, Dr Stefan Holst and Dr Eirik Salvesen and moderated by Dr George Zarb.