Nobel Biocare Symposium Macau

May 15-17, 2015

Location: Macau, Grand Hyatt

Congress language: English

Our symposium offer a unique chance for you to network with peers, learn from the industry’s leading dental experts, and discover new products and solutions designed to help you treat more patients better. Don’t miss out.

Friday, May 15

Hands-on sessions 09:00-12:30

Predictable and consistent results with immediate placement and immediate provisionalization

Speakers: Dr. Wong Keng Mun, Dr. Jeanette Chua

The focus on the esthetic outcome of implant restorations in the esthetic zone has intensified. With enhanced knowledge in esthetic implant treatment planning, we are in a better position to address our patients’ esthetic concerns. Proper clinical diagnosis, updated clinical and surgical techniques, as well as good laboratory support are essential to ensure long term predictable outcome for these patients. This course will concentrate on the techniques and materials required to perform immediate implant placement, together with immediate provisionalization in everyday practice.

A systematic approach for surgical and prosthetic solutions for the edentulous patient

Speaker: Dr. Richard Chan

This session comprised of hands-on session and interactive lectures covering different options in treating fully edentulous patients. Criteria for patient selection, treatment planning protocol, free hand vs computer-guided treatment options, step-by-step protocols (pre-operative, surgical, prosthesis), post-operative follow-up and management of complications. It is aimed at clinicians who are competent at dental implants and want to extend their expertise to rehabilitating the edentulous jaw.

The MALO CLINIC Protocol for Total Rehabilitation: Surgery and Prosthetics

Speaker: Dr. Armando Lopes

The Master Class will discuss goals in surgical and prosthodontic therapy for the fully edentulous and failing dentition patients when using the MALO CLINIC Protocol (All-on-4 Surgical Protocol and MALO CLINIC Bridge). Clinical management of patients will be presented by demonstrating the data gathering process, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical protocols (flap and flapless – NobelGuide -), and fabrication of both provisional and definitive implant retained prostheses.

Hands-on sessions 13:30-17:00

Soft tissue management and grafting hands-on with pig jaws

Speaker: Dr. Ching Sik Hong

This session is comprised of implant placement and tissue management features hands-on components. Hands-on (two participants at each work station with each a complete lower pig jaw) topics will include time permitting implant placement, extraction site implant placement with socket grafting, GBR procedure with simultaneous implant placement and connective tissue grafting and staged horizontal and vertical ride augmentation. For clinicians who are proficient in implant dentistry or grafting procedures of moderate complexity who wish to extend their expertise to highly complex grafting.

3D digital treatment planning – new innovations to differentiate your practice

Speaker: Dr. Pascal Kunz

This session comprised of guided hands-on software and interactive lectures cover the following topics:

- How to gain more diagnostic information through the integration of CBCT scans and 3D surface model scans versus traditional 2D radiographs
- Delivery of exact functional and esthetic outcomes planned with software
- Advantages of eliminating radiographic guides for CBCT scanning
- Increasing patient acceptance and conversion rates by using digital consultation tools to more effectively communicate treatment plans

It is aimed at clinicians exposed to 3D digital treatment planning who wish to deepen their knowledge in this area.

Master classes 13:30-17:00

Soft tissue management and esthetics

Speaker: Dr. Eric Rompen

Treatment planning to ensure optimal esthetic results with single and adjacent maxillary implants requires a thorough study and understanding of the biology and behavior of the peri-implant tissues. This Master Class will discuss the influence of factors including bone and soft tissue handling, implant design, abutment type, surface and contour, all of which influence the surrounding biological response.

Fixed prosthetic rehabilitation for fully edentulous and failing dentition patients

Speaker: Dr. Saj Jivraj

Edentulous patients and patients with failing dentition who want a fixed prosthetic rehabilitation are very often faced with time consuming, expensive, and uncomfortable bone grafting procedures. The perceived complexity of rehabilitation is a great obstacle to treatment acceptance for these patients and many dental clinicians as well. The All-on-4® treatment concept was developed by Nobel Biocare to eliminate many of the difficulties facing patients and clinicians. In this course the rehabilitation of a fully edentulous patient is discussed utilizing the All-on-4® treatment concept, an innovative technique that allows for an immediate function, full-arch, implant-supported prosthesis without the need for any bone grafting procedures, even in atrophic situations. Focus will be on Prosthetic Diagnosis and treatment planning. The concept will be illustrated by patient presentations.

Saturday, May 16

Main program 09:00-12:45

Digital solutions in implant dentistry - Rationale, planning and execution for successful outcomes

Moderator: Dr. Richard Chan
Global speaker: Dr. Alessandro Pozzi
Regional speakers: Dr. Ching Sik Hong; Dr. Neo Tee Khin; Dr. James Chow

All successful dental implant treatment depends on a thorough multi-dimensional clinical analysis and effective communication with the patient, that includes selection of methods that best image and evaluate the specific 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 identified treatment strategy based on the expectations of the patient from the treatment.

Using clinical examples, the diagnosis, digital treatment planning and execution including prosthetic restoration involving simple to complex implant treatments will be presented in this session.

Apart from providing excellent clinical services, all successful clinics offering implant treatment will find patient communication a crucial part that lead to success. In this session, speakers will also share their thought and insights on communicating with patients, managing the practice etc.

Main Program 13:45-17:30

The anterior and aesthetic challenge: Evidence-based immediate tooth replacement

Moderator: Dr. Wong Keng Mun
Global speaker: Dr. Eric Rompen
Regional speakers: Dr. Alfred Lau, Dr. James Chow, Dr. Daniel Fang, Dr. Jeanette Chua

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 restorative approaches. Decreased treatment time, fewer surgical procedures, reduced costs, and patient preference for non-removable restorations are among the benefits of prescribing an immediate placement and loading protocol. This session would highlight the critical success factors for immediate implants based on scientific data.

When implant treatment protocols were established, clinicians started to focus on esthetic improvements and long-term restorative results. Innovative prosthetic solutions were developed starting in the 1980’s and in the beginning of 1990’s bone regeneration possibilities and protocols started to reach clinicians. As bone regeneration today has become a frequent and routine procedure in implant dentistry the next step is to ensure optimal soft tissue outcomes to be able to establish long term esthetic results. Understanding flap designs, criteria for selection of bone substitutes and long term prognosis of the grafting is imperative to success.

Sunday, May 17

Main Program 09:00-12:30

Managing the Terminal / Failing Dentition and Their Transition to Edentulism

Moderator: Dr. James Chow
Global speakers: Dr. Saj Jivraj, Dr. Armando Lopez
Regional speakers: Dr. Ching Sik Hong, Dr. Ho Kok Sen, Dr. Neo Tee Khin, Dr. Peng Gui Ping

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. Innovations and development in products, protocols dramatically initiated more efficient treatment procedures for both clinician and patient.

The session will discuss goals in surgical and prosthodontic therapy for the fully edentulous patient ranging from implant overdentures to more complex procedures as the All-on-4® treatment concept. Clinical management of patients will be presented by demonstrating the data gathering process, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical protocols, and fabrication of both provisional and definitive implant retained prostheses.


Managing the Terminal / Failing Dentition and Their Transition to Edentulism

Moderator: Dr. James Chow
Global speakers: Dr. Saj Jivraj, Dr. Armando Lopez
Regional speakers: Dr. Ching Sik Hong, Dr. Ho Kok Sen, Dr. Neo Tee Khin, Dr. Peng Gui Ping

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. Innovations and development in products, protocols dramatically initiated more efficient treatment procedures for both clinician and patient.

The session will discuss goals in surgical and prosthodontic therapy for the fully edentulous patient ranging from implant overdentures to more complex procedures as the All-on-4® treatment concept. Clinical management of patients will be presented by demonstrating the data gathering process, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical protocols, and fabrication of both provisional and definitive implant retained prostheses.

Main Program 13:40-16:40

Esthetic and functional parameters to achieve long term success in posterior region

Moderator: Dr. Stefan Holst
Global speaker: Dr. Stefan Holst
Regional speakers: Dr. Raymond Chow, Dr. Ho Kok Sen, Dr. Wong Keng Mun, Dr. Ang Chee Wan

This session will focus on posterior region implant restoration, discussing anatomic considerations, component and material selection, design parameters as well as the soft tissue responses being important factors for long-term success. Along with single posterior implants, this session will highlight clinical considerations for multiple posterior adjacent implants that may require special attention to detail during treatment planning and execution. Topics being covered in the presentations are bone augmentation techniques, sinus lifts with and without simultaneous with implant placement, management of complications  and the importance of component quality on long-term performance.

Using clinical examples, the diagnosis, digital treatment planning and execution including prosthetic restoration in the posterior region will be presented in this session.



Dr. Richard Chan (Australia)

Prof. Chan graduated from the University of Sydney and completed his Master of Dental Surgery in 1983. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and was also a fellow of the College of Dental Surgeons Hong Kong (Prosthodontics), Hong Kong Academy of Medicine (Dental Surgery), Pierre Fauchard Academy and the International College of Dentists. He has practiced implant dentistry since the mid-1980’s and has published in international and Australian journals and has lectured extensively on restorative dentistry, implant surgery/GBR and prosthodontics in Australia, New Zealand, and South-east Asia. He is an Associate Professor in Oral Rehabilitation and is on the faculty for Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Prosthodontics) and Program Director of Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants) at the University of Sydney. He is also an Honorary Associate Professor (Oral Rehabilitation) at the University of Hong Kong. He was a past President of the Australasian Osseointegration Society (NSW) Inc. and was in full time referral practice in Sydney limited to implant surgery and prosthodontics.

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Dr. James Chow (Hong Kong)

Dr. James Chow belongs to the first group of locally trained specialists in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (OMFS) in Hong Kong. Dr. Chow is one of the few OMFS specialists in Hong Kong with dual degrees in dentistry and medicine. Dr. Chow is the director of the Dental Implant and Maxillofacial Centre, the stateof-the-art private OMFS specialist center in Hong Kong. Dr. Chow is also the honorary associate professor of the Hong Kong University and Shanghai Jiaotong University. Dr. Chow has expertise in dental implants and computer-aided surgery and is the pioneer in Asia in immediate dental implant loading, Zygomatic implants, guided surgery and navigational surgery. Outside of the clinics, Dr. Chow is a renowned speaker internationally and has published over 20 articles in dental implants and 3D technologies in OMFS.

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Dr. Raymond Chow (Hong Kong)

Dr. Raymond Chow obtained his BDS in the University of Hong Kong in 1998. He started his training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in 1999 under Professor Henk Tideman. He joined the Faculty of Dentistry, HKU as an Assistant Professor after he finished his master degree. He has published a variety of papers in different areas of the specialty. He is now one of the associates of the Branemark Osseointegration Centre, Hong Kong. His special interest includes Orthognathic surgery, TMJ disorder, Microvascular surgery and implantology.

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Dr. Jeanette Chua (Malaysia)

Dr. Jeanette Chua completed her specialty training in Advanced Periodontology and Implant Surgery and obtained a Master degree in Advanced Periodontology at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry (LLUSD), California, USA.  Her BDSc degree was from The University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.  She also completed a Master in Applied Commerce from the same University while working in private practice and serving as Secretary of the Victorian Branch for the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry.  She is currently serving as part time Assistant Professor in the Advanced Periodontology Department at LLUSD and she also maintains a private practice limited to Periodontology and Implant Surgery in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. She lectures mainly on aesthetic implant dentistry and periodontal disease where her main interests are.

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Dr. Daniel Fang (Hong Kong)

Dr. Fang graduated from Guy’s Hospital Dental School, University of London, United Kingdom. During the 25 years in clinical dentistry, he received the Master Degree in Conservative Dentistry and Advanced Diploma in Prosthodontics. Currently, he is the Honorary Clinical Associate Professor in the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Hong Kong. Dr. Fang also pursued academic training in Family Dentistry, attaining Membership by examination at both the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal College of Surgeons of England as well as Fellowship at the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He enjoys a trio of clinical practice, research and education. He runs three private practices, engages in postgraduate teaching at the University of Hong Kong, and has been invited to lecture extensively in the Asia Pacific region. He was instrumental in the development of the Chow-Fang magnetic keeper for implant-supported overdenture applications.

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Dr. Patrick Henry - Program Chair (Australia)

Dr. Patrick Henry is a Prosthodontist in Perth, Australia. He is the recipient of numerous Distinguished Lecturer Awards including the Honorary Doctorate of Dental Science, University of Western Australia, and Member of the Order of Australia. Current interests include computer-guided surgery, implant surface technology and the immune response, and international collaborative prospective multicentre trials in implant prosthodontics. He is an Editorial Board member of several dental journals, Contributor to 7 textbooks and author or co-author of over 100 publications.

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Dr. Stefan Holst (Switzerland)

Prof. Stefan Holst graduated from the Medical University of Hanover, Dental School in 1999 followed by a postgraduate education at the Louisiana State University Dept. Prosthodontics (Head: Gerard Chiche), new Orleans, USA before becoming full time faculty at the University of Erlangen, Dept. of Prosthodontics where he held a position as Professor for clinical education and headed the CAD/CAM research laboratories for 11-years prior to joining Nobel Biocare as Global head of Research and Science in 2013. In 2012 Prof. Holst was appointed Adjunct professor for Restorative Dentistry at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. From 2009-2011 Prof. Holst served as Associate Editor of the Quintessence International journal and since 2011 he is member of the editorial review board of the International Journal of Prosthodontics.

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Dr. Ching Sik Hong (Hong Kong)

Dr. Ching was the faculty member of Global institute for dental education and he was also appointed as Honorary Clinical Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Dentistry of The University of Hong Kong since October 2007, where he is clinical tutor in the Master Program in Implant Dentistry. He recently obtained a specialist title on implant dentistry of the Taiwan Academic of Osseointegration. Dr. Ching graduated from the National Defense Medical Center, Taiwan in 1980 and obtained residency training in Oral Surgery, Periodontology, Prosthetic Dentistry and Orthodontics in the Veteran General Hospital, Taipei from 1980-1983. Dr. Ching served as teaching assistant in the Dental School of National Yang Ming University, Taiwan. He has been in a solo practice since 1984. He started his implant career in 1997 and has completed thousands of surgery and prosthetic cases. He has lectured extensively in dental implantology and hands-on courses in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China.

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Dr. Saj Jivraj (USA)

Dr. Jivraj holds degrees from the University of Manchester, England, and the University of Southern California (USC). He is the Former Chairman Section of Fixed Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at USC School of Dentistry. Dr. Jivraj has published numerous articles on Esthetic and Implant Dentistry and co-authored the textbook Treatment Planning in Implant Dentistry. He is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry and the Advisory Board of Teamwork Magazine. Dr. Jivraj currently holds a Faculty Position as Associate Clinical Professor at the USC School of Dentistry, is Honorary Clinical teacher at the Eastman Dental Institute, London, and maintains a private practice in Oxnard, CA.

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Dr. Neo Tee Khin (Singapore)

Dr. Neo Tee Khin is one of two Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics in Singapore. The American Board of Prosthodontics is de facto Specialist Board in American. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists and Past President of the Prosthodontics Society Sinagpore. Dr. Neo had his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the National University of Singapore. He then went on to receive further training in Prosthodontics at Northwestern University in Chicago USA. He has easily more than 15 years of experience in implant dentistry, crowns and bridges and dentures. Currently, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, National University of Singapore, Dr. Neo is actively involved in dental education. He also maintains an active private practice whereby his more than 15 years of implant and prosthodontic experience could be employed to serve his patients.

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Dr. Pascal Kunz (Switzerland)

Dr. Pascal Kunz received his medical and dental degree from the University of Basel. He has worked as an MD in the surgical department at Bezirksspital Zofingen in Switzerland and as a dentist in both private practice and on the Faculty of Reconstructive Dentistry, University of Basel. Dr. Kunz joined Nobel Biocare headquarters in Zürich in 2007 where he is leading the global product management team focusing on digital diagnostics, treatment planning and computer-aided surgery.

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Dr. Alfred Lau (Hong Kong)

Dr. Alfred Lau is an honorary clinical associate professor and part time clinical lecturer at the University of Hong Kong and Honorary specialist in Queen Mary Hospital for both undergraduates and postgraduates teaching. He is also currently a consultant in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Branemark Osseointegration Centre of Hong Kong and Honorary consultant at the Hong Kong Sanatorium and Hospital. Dr Lau is the founder and current President of Young Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Group of Hong Kong and he is actively working in promoting OMS around the region. Currently, he also holds the position of the Vice President of the Hong Kong Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, Vice President of Hong Kong Society of Sedation and Anesthesia in Dentistry, committee member of Young Dentist Group of HKDA and Councilor of the Asian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon.

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Dr. Armando Lopes (Portugal)

Dr. Armando Lopes graduated from the Faculty of Dental Medicine, University of Lisbon, in 2003 joining the MALO CLINIC team in 2004. Director of the Oral Surgery Department of the MALO CLINIC Lisbon since 2007, Armando Lopes was also the Director of the Imaging Department between 2007 and early 2011. Practicing exclusively in oral surgery and dental implant rehabilitation, he has an extensive know-how on total rehabilitation using the MALO CLINIC Protocol (All-on-4® surgical protocol including the zygomatic approaches) and is also an expert in guided surgery. One of the MALO CLINIC key Speakers, Armando Lopes lectures regularly at international courses, conferences and other training events featuring oral rehabilitation, implantology and guided surgery. With a Master in Clinical Dental Research from the University of Granada (2013), Armando Lopes is also author and co-author of several scientific publications.

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Dr. Peng Gui Ping (Macau)

Dr. Peng graduated from West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University, China and received his Bachelor of Stomatology in 1985. He completed his Master of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at West China College of Stomatology, Sichuan University, China in 1988. Since 1988, he has served as Dental Officer of Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, The West China Hospital of Stomatology, China. In 1993 – 2010, he was the Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Centre at Kiang Wu Hospital in Macau. Since 2010, Dr. Peng runs a private practice and currently the Director of Macau Dental Implant Center in Macau. He was the past President of Macau Dental Association from 2009 to 2013, also he served as Academic advisor of The Macau Association of Oral Implantology. His recent focus has been on developing innovative implant solutions for predictable same-day treatment of the severely atrophic edentulous patient.

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Dr. Alessandro Pozzi (Italy)

Prof. Pozzi received his education and training in dentistry and prosthodontics from the University of Rome in 1997 and continued to develop his knowledge and skills in Implant Dentistry in 1998 and Orthodontics and Gnathology in 2003. He is a Research Scientist at the University of Rome and Professor in the Odontostomatological Clinic since 2009. He has taught both specialization courses and masters programs for dentists and lectured at several national and international congresses. Dr. Pozzi is in private practice in Rome and organizes theoretical and practical courses for the dental team, focusing on minimally-invasive implant surgery, CAD/CAM prosthetics and esthetics.

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Dr. Eric Rompen (Belgium)

Prof. Eric Rompen received a degree in Dental Science in 1986, and a postgraduate degree in Oral Rehabilitation in 1989. He completed his Doctorate in Dental Medicine in 1991. He is Professor and Head of the Department of Periodontology/Dental Surgery at the University of Liége. His teaching responsibilities at the University of Liége include periodontology, dental surgery and implant surgery. His research interests include epidemiology and systemic impact of periodontal diseases, surgical management of tissue deficiencies, mechanisms of bone regeneration and soft and hard tissue integration of dental implants, as well as the development of biomaterials for tissue augmentation. He served as the president of the Belgian Society of Periodontology from 2001-2004. He is an accomplished lecturer nationally and internationally.

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Dr. Ho Kok Sen (Singapore)

Dr. Kok-Sen Ho graduated from the National University of Singapore. He is currently Consultant Surgeon at Specialist Dental Group located at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, Singapore, and focuses his practice on all aspects of oral surgery and implant dentistry. He is also an Adjunct Lecturer at the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, National University of Singapore where he is involved in the teaching of undergraduates and postgraduates. In addition, Dr. Ho is mentor, lecturer and examiner to graduate dentists in the Graduate Diploma in Dental Implantology course. He has received accolades for academic and clinical excellence whilst in dental school including being on the Dean’s List with distinctions in Anatomy, Dental Materials and Fixed & Removable Prosthodontics. He was also awarded the Lee Kuan Yew Gold Medal for best overall graduand. Dr. Ho has and continues to lecture regionally in countries like Thailand, Hong Kong, Indonesia and India. In addition, he has published articles in professional journals and has conducted hands-on, observational and live surgical courses for dentists both locally and internationally.

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Dr. Ang Chee Wan (Singapore)

Dr. Ang Chee Wan graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from the National University of Singapore. He also received specialist training in periodontology and graduated with a Master of Dental Surgery degree. In the same year, he obtained his fellowship in periodontology from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (United Kingdom). Dr Ang is an active member in several professional organizations, including Society of Periodontology (Singapore), Aesthetic Dentistry Society of Singapore and International Team for Implantology.

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Dr. Wong Keng Mun (Singapore)

Dr. Wong received a BDS degree from the National University of Singapore, and an MSD degree and Certificate in Prosthodontics from the University of Washington. He was honored for his outstanding presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry in Universal City. In recognition of his Esthetic Dentistry achievements, he was invited by the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry and the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry to speak at their scientific meeting in Venice. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and he lectures worldwide. Dr. Wong is Director and founder of the T32 Dental Centre and his practice focuses on restorative care including cosmetic dentistry, full mouth reconstruction, fixed, removable and implant prosthodontics.

Venue and social event

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Grand Hyatt Macau

The hotel is located in the Cotai area between the islands of Coloane and Taipa, off the tip of Macau Peninsula, China. The hotel is part of the City of Dreams urban resort with spectacular views over Cotai and the west banks of Pearl River.

City of Dreams, Estrada do Istmo, Cotai, Macau, China

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Social event

Don’t miss our Social event on Saturday evening. You will be treated with entertainment, dinner and drinks throughout the evening. Meet and network with the Nobel Biocare community.

This evening will certainly become a memorable experience.

Date: May 16
Time: 18:30
Venue: Sheraton Macao Hotel, Cotai Central. Fourth floor, Pamirs Ballroom
Dress code for the evening: Business or business causal

Shuttle bus service:
From Grand Hyatt to Sheraton Macao Hotel starts from 18:15 to 19:15
From Sheraton Macao Hotel to Grand Hyatt starts from 21:30 to 23:00


Symposium package

Including main progam May 16-17 and one seat at the social event May 16.

Early bird fee (on/before March 31, 2015)

Dentists: HKD 5'000.-
Dental technicians/auxiliarystaff: HKD 3'800.-
University students: HKD 3'800.-

Standard fee (after March 31, 2015)

Dentists: HKD 7'000.-
Dental technicians/auxiliary staff: HKD 4'800.-
University students: HKD 4'800.-

Hands-on sessions

- Immediate placement and provisionalization
- Fully edentulous rehabilitation
- Soft tissue management and grafting with pig jaws
- 3D digital treatment planning

HKD 1'500.- per session

Master classes

- Soft-tissue management and esthetic
- All-on-4 treatment concept

HKD 1'000.- per session

Additional tickets social event

HKD 1'000.- per ticket