The upcoming Nobel Biocare Global Symposium will provide unrivalled opportunities to see and experience the future of implant dentistry. Held from June 27-29 in the Spanish capital Madrid, the landmark event is set to transform patient care with the reveal of breakthrough innovation, including the Nobel Biocare N1™ implant system. Boasting a biologic-driven design, forward-thinking treatment protocol and the company’s latest surface technology, the highly anticipated system was created to open a new chapter in workflow optimization, patient comfort and reduction of treatment time.
At its Global Symposium in Madrid, Nobel Biocare will present a new implant system designed to challenge conventional methods of dental implant care. Developed in collaboration with an international network of researchers from acclaimed international institutions, the new Nobel Biocare N1™ system will feature not only a new biologically driven design, but also a unique site preparation method that was created with the goal to further reduce complexity and streamline workflows during implant and restorative procedures. Experience gained from clinical use of this new concept over the last 18 months has indicated it to be more efficient than currently used drilling protocols.
Nobel Biocare is inviting dental professionals to join the Mucointegration™ era with the launch of the Xeal and TiUltra surfaces at the International Dental Show (IDS) in Cologne. Applied to not only implants but also abutments, these new surfaces were created to optimize tissue integration at every level for the purpose of improved implant treatment outcomes.
A new and revolutionary chapter for implant dentistry will open this summer in Madrid. At the upcoming Global Symposium, the first of three international events hosted by Nobel Biocare, outstanding developments in the field of implant design and site preparation will be unveiled. Supporting these groundbreaking innovations will be new advancements in implant surface technology as well as long-term implant care.