Don’t miss out on the chance to attend this year’s Nobel Biocare UK Symposium, an event that has time and again proved a highlight of the industry calendar for dental professionals.
The 2011 programme of events is being held at the stunning Millennium Gloucester Hotel in London from the 9-10 September and delegates will enjoy two days of talks and interactive workshops held by internationally acclaimed experts in their respective fields.
After the first day, there will be plenty to reflect on and discuss during the Symposium Party, an evening event in the hotel’s beautiful steel and glass conservatory.
The annual Nobel Biocare UK Symposium offers unparalleled opportunities to learn about industry innovations and be inspired by the innovators themselves as they host seminars, live surgery treatment sessions, hands on and workshop sessions, and take part in panel presentations and discussions.
Day one of the Symposium is dedicated to the power of implants, from inception and current use to their future development. The subject matter is examined thoroughly over a number of sessions and presented by leading experts who have years of experience to back up their work and findings:
• Dr Paulo Malo: Re-think oral rehabilitation for the fully edentulous and those with a terminal dentition with the All-on-4 concept
• Dr Patrick Palacci: Optimise success in the aesthetic zone through precision implant placement, hard and soft tissue management using papillae regeneration techniques
• Dr Blackie Swart: Immediate placement and loading in high aesthetically demanding cases
• Dr Eric Van Dooren: Less invasive surgical procedures to preserve soft tissue anatomy and minimise bone resorption
For the Whole Practice Team
• Karima Bapoo-Mohamed is Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta, Canada and has an implant hygiene clinical practice at the Vassos Clinic. Her one day seminar for the entire dental team will discuss how oral rehabilitation is possible with superior aesthetic and functional outcomes using implants.
This programme is designed to get your entire practice team engaged to increase patient acceptance for dental implant treatment.
• Luc Rutten: Excellence in dental aesthetics: new trends and materials in aesthetic implantology. Traditional procedures giving way to innovative CAD/CAM systems
• Dr Christian Coachman: Interdisciplinary communication on restorative and implant aesthetic dentistry – design a smile that fits the patient’s functional and emotional needs
• Michele Temperani: Dental technicians taking the leading role. Excellent aesthetic restorations using pressed glass ceramics
• Dr Stefan Holst: Indication and contradiction for all ceramic restorations in everyday routine – clinical and material options and limitations for using oxide ceramic
Delegates will be able to roll their sleeves up on the second day of the Symposium and participate in one of a variety of challenging interactive masterclasses led by famous names from the world of dentistry.
Numbers for these sessions will be strictly limited to allow participants to engage in the detailed, in-depth interaction which is often precluded at more populous events. Starting at 10am and running through to 4pm, subjects will include:
• NobelProceraTM Overdenture Bars
• Restoring All-on-4TM with Dr Richard Brookshaw
• All-on-4TM laboratory techniques with John Wibberley
• NobelActiveTM with Dr Blackie Swart
• NobelClinicianTM with Dr Chris Lucas
• Zygoma implant placement with Dr Andrew Dawood
• Soft tissue management utilising pig jaws with Dr Raj Patel
The Nobel Biocare UK Symposium provides the unique opportunity for progressive and enlightened practitioners to meet and discuss ideas in a stimulating and creative environment.
There will be much to discover and enjoy at what will undoubtedly be an extremely popular event and in addition to networking, learning and nurturing your passion for your career, you will also be able to gain verifiable CPD.
Place numbers are strictly limited and available on a first come, first served basis. Demand is typically very high each year, so those who wish to attend the event of 2011 are urged to avoid disappointment by registering your place with the Symposium without delay.
To register for the UK Symposium contact The Conference Shop on
+44 (0) 845 873 6299 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.