The annual Nobel Biocare UK Symposium is a world-class dental conference that attracts delegates from far and wide to an exciting two-day programme of events.
Enjoyed by dentists, laboratory technicians, nurses and support staff alike, this year, the Symposium takes place from the 9-10 September at the prestigious Millennium Gloucester Hotel in the heart of London’s Kensington.
Attendees will enjoy a full and varied programme of presentations, workshops, masterclasses and hands-on training led by world-renowned speakers and educators within the elegant surroundings of a luxury hotel.
Day one of the symposium includes sessions examining implants and their functions from inception to the future.
These sessions are divided into three key topics – surgical, laboratory and team approach – and are hosted by leading experts in their field:
Dr Paulo Malo is the ideal speaker for the All-on-4 session, as he was responsible for developing the innovative surgical technique, which has revolutionised implantology and fixed oral rehabilitation. Dr Malo founded the Malo Clinic in 1995 and has published many scientific articles.
Inaugural recipient of the NobelPharma Award in 1995, Dr Patrick Palacci hosts the Soft Tissue Management session. Dr Palacci heads the Brånemark Osseointegration Center in Marseilles and has developed techniques for optimal implant positioning, papilla regeneration and aesthetic implants.
The NobelActive session will be presented by Dr Blackie Swart, an accomplished worldwide lecturer on the subject of dental implants. Dr Swart is a trainer for the NobelActive programme, sits on the NobelActive global advisory board and is the lead investigator on NobelActive in South Africa.
Dr Eric Van Dooren, an active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, brings his expertise to the Aesthetics session. Dr Van Dooren lectures internationally, principally on aesthetics, implants and aesthetic periodontal surgery, and has published articles worldwide.
Luc Rutten is a renowned international speaker on ceramic restoration, aesthetics and implantology. Mr Rutten established the Dental Team in 1985, a pilot laboratory for the German Vita Company, specialising in aesthetics and function in ceramic restorations and implant suprastructures.
Dr Christian Coachman is currently the head of Team Atlanta Dental Laboratory located in Atlanta, Georgia. Formerly a technical consultant for Creation Willi Geller Ceramics at Oraltech, Dr Coachman is founder and professor of the Insight Group Ceramic Training Center.
Michele Temperani is co-owner of a full-service dental laboratory in Florence, where he exclusively manages the ceramic department. Mr Temperani is active in research and didactic activities for the development of high-strength ceramic materials and has co-authored articles in publications worldwide.
Dr Stefan Holst holds a position as Clinical Associate Professor at the Friedrich-Alexander-University, where he also serves as senior lecturer and heads the CAD/CAM research laboratories. He has published multiple papers on digital dentistry, material sciences and biomechanics in prosthodontics.
Team Approach Speaker
Karima Mohamed has a clinical practice in implant hygiene at the Vassos Clinic in Canada and is a Clinical Assistant Professor for the Dental Hygiene department at the University of Alberta. Karima has also conducted clinical research, published papers and lectured in Canada, the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.
On day two of the Symposium, delegates will be able to take part in hands-on sessions and workshops in the form of masterclasses again lead by an enviable list of world class speakers. These interactive sessions offer the unique opportunity to ask the kind of in-depth questions that are not possible in a larger setting. Masterclass topics will include NobelProcera Overdenture Bars, Restoring All-on-4, All-on4 Laboratory Techniques, NobelActive, NobelClinician, Zygoma and Soft Tissue Management.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so delegates are strongly advised to register as soon as possible.
To register for the UK Symposium, contact The Conference Shop on 0845 873 6299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.