Nobel Biocare invites dental professionals from around the globe to join its upcoming Global Symposium, to be held from June 27–29, 2019. The highly anticipated event will be convening at the Mandalay Bay Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas and offering a record number of high-level and engaging lectures, master classes and hands-on sessions.
Innovations that have the potential to change implant treatment care forever will also be shown.
Although dentistry is constantly changing through scientific advancements and innovative technology, real change of practice can only be achieved by skilled clinicians who are able to use the latest available knowledge to provide better, long-lasting care for their patients.
Confirming the increased demand for skill-enhancing training and education, Nobel Biocare has announced that the next Global Symposium is to be held under the banner “Knowledge changes everything.”
True science and expert knowledge
The upcoming event will not only feature a change of location and venue. It has also significantly expanded in size and will welcome up to 3,000 dental professionals from around the globe.
Led by Dr. Peter Wöhrle from the US, the scientific committee comprises some of the world’s most renowned experts in implant dentistry and oral rehabilitation. These include:
- Dr James Chow (Hong Kong)
- Professor Jill Helms (USA)
- Dr. Sascha Jovanovic (USA)
- Professor Joseph Kan (USA)
- Professor France Lambert (Belgium)
- Dr. Jay Malmquist (USA)
- Professor Paulo Malo (Portugal)
- Professor Eric Rompen (Belgium)
- MDT Luc Rutten (Belgium)
- Dr. Lin Yeh (China).
They are developing a program that will feature an outstanding group of expert speakers consisting of world-class researchers, clinicians and laboratory technicians.
In addition to the high level podium lectures, other and more interactive learning opportunities like engaging master classes and hands-on courses will again be offered at the triennial event. It total, participants will be able to choose between 100 sessions and follow comprehensive streams that include major themes like esthetics, edentulous, and long-term success.
For a compelling learning experience, participants will be given the opportunity to choose different streams to create an individualized program tailored to their own interests and treatment goals.
Original solutions and real innovation
The next Global Symposium promises to feature nothing less than industry-changing innovation. Original solutions, ranging from new implant designs and site-preparation techniques to digital solutions designed to further enhance the patient treatment journey, will be available for participants to discover and experience live.
According to Nobel Biocare President Hans Geiselhöringer, the symposium will mark a turning point in implant treatment care.
“This major event is fueled by the power of knowledge,” he says, “and the positive impact it can have on dentists’ skills, daily practice and their patients, through new solutions that will change the course of innovation forever.”