How to choose xenogeneic material for bone regeneration: Dr. France Lambert

Dr. France Lambert is a Professor in Dental Biomaterials and Head of Clinic in the Department of Periodontology and Oral Surgery at the University of...

/ March 19, 2019

What do cars, space travel and dental implants have in common? 3 things you should know about surface chemistry

We may take it for granted, but surface chemistry impacts our everyday lives – including dental implants. Here are 3 things you need to know...

/ February 28, 2019

Digital workflow in dentistry – What’s in it for you

In this interview, Dr Simon Kold explains how he and his wife and co-surgeon Dr. Louise Kold implemented a digital workflow in their practice and...

/ February 28, 2019

It’s time to embrace change – See major innovations in Madrid

A whole new chapter in implant dentistry is about to begin, so join a once-in-a-generation opportunity at Nobel Biocare Global Symposium, Madrid.

/ February 26, 2019

Video: Immediate implants ten years later – A proven concept

Dr. Tristan Staas focuses his practice and teaching interests in immediate implant placement and has over a decade of clinical experience with NobelActive. In this...

/ February 8, 2019

How rough is rough? Why implant surface matters at every level for patients

It’s the interface between living and inanimate; it’s where biology meets chemistry. Find out why surface matters – and at every level

/ January 25, 2019

Ceramic implants come of age

Prof. Holst explores the development of ceramic implants, and how Nobel Biocare now offers a unique solution giving clinicians peace of mind in a niche,...

/ January 25, 2019

Dalhousie dental faculty and Nobel Biocare: A relationship renewed

To support the next generation of dental professionals, Nobel Biocare has recently granted an array of state-of-the-art scanners and software to Dalhousie University.

/ January 17, 2019