Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2016
Where else can you get world-class speakers, hands-on instruction, master classes, forums, and social networking opportunities all in the heart of one of the greatest cities in the world? From June 23 to 26, the fabled Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan will be hosting the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium under the banner, “Where innovation comes to life.”
The symposium’s 4-day calendar will feature three main themes: refining and enhancing treatment, digital dentistry, and achieving clinical excellence in challenging situations. Each has a complete schedule of its own, including lectures, master classes, and hands-on sessions. Should attendees choose to follow only one theme, the symposium schedule will allow them to be a part of every single related session.
If delegates would like to pick and choose between the different themes and attend individual sessions of special interest in several (or all) of the themes, the Global Symposium will give them the opportunity to design their own learning program.
In addition, Nobel Biocare is arranging a compelling array of forums, including an innovation assembly and a full-day compromised patient forum. Other forums will cover Partnering for Life—how Nobel Biocare helps dental professionals achieve their goals, the All-on-4® treatment concept, and the dental laboratory workflow. A new generation of dental professionals will also have their own platform at the event’s NextGen forum.
After a busy first day of lectures, master classes, and hands-on sessions, a Thursday welcome gathering will provide the perfect opportunity to unwind and network with peers from around the world. Attendees will be able to raise a glass, enjoy some food, and see a display of innovative Nobel Biocare products in the beautiful, historical setting of the Waldorf Astoria.
On Friday evening, Nobel Biocare will host the symposium reception at an exciting venue that has yet to be revealed. It is set to be an evening to remember with an inspiring blend of diversion and education.
Drs. Peter Wöhrle and Bertil Friberg, scientific co-chairmen for the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium, recently announced that for the first time at a Nobel Biocare dental event, registered attendees will be able to have a direct impact on the program by voting on various topics and speakers via the event website. The results will be revealed a few weeks before the symposium.
With world-class lecturers and thousands of dental professionals from around the world exploring the future of dental implants together, the Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2016 is sure to be an incomparable experience for everyone involved.