At its Global Symposium in Madrid in June this year, Nobel Biocare will be presenting a new implant system designed to challenge conventional methods of dental implant care
Developed in collaboration with an international network of researchers from 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.
The new N1 system marks the next step in the latest wave of innovation coming from Nobel Biocare, which began with the introduction of the Xeal and TiUltra surfaces for abutments and implants at the International Dental Show in Cologne in Germany.
Both surfaces will be also available on the new system, which is planned for release in CE markets in fall 2019.
One of three global meetings to be held over the next three years, the symposium in Madrid will host over 60 internationally acclaimed experts of whom several will, among other important advancements in implant dentistry, share their experience with the N1 system.
From enhancing aesthetics and improving long-term clinical outcomes to implementing a fully integrated digital workflow, participants will have plenty to learn and discover about how to bring their clinical skills to the next level.
A number of special hands-on workshops will further show them how to best implement the latest dental solutions into their own practice.
Hans Geiselhöringer, President of Nobel Biocare, said: ‘With the exclusive showing of the new Nobel Biocare N1 implant system at our upcoming symposium, Nobel Biocare is starting to prepare dental professionals for a new chapter in dental implant care.
In Madrid, the future of implant dentistry will be revealed.’
The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium in Madrid will take place at the Madrid Marriott Auditorium Hotel & Conference Center from June 27-29, 2019.
Dental professionals who want to know more about the program and how to register for the event should immediately contact their local Nobel Biocare sales representative. Information are also available online at nobelbiocare.com/global-symposia