Special Issues
September 2010
Volume 3, Issue 0

Course List

Nobel Biocare offers a broad range of training and educational events, from courses aimed at improving basic implantology and restorative skills to more advanced programs aimed at experienced professionals.

The focus throughout our training and education programs is on practicing the skills you need to optimally integrate our portfolio of products and solutions into your dental practice or laboratory so you can offer patients the best and most efficient solutions.


October 9
Strategies for Restorative Success in the Esthetic Zone with Teeth and Implants

Jean-Francois Bedard, DDS
Yorba Linda, CA

This program addresses the challenges of conventional/enhanced protocols, soft-tissue deficiencies, and optimal implant selection and position.

October 15
Advanced Topics in Esthetic and Implant Dentistry with Hands-On Workshop

Edward Narcisi, DMD
Farmington, CT

This program is not only designed to reinforce the basic concepts of esthetic and implant dentistry, but more importantly it is intended to expand on the next level of treatment sophistication. It utilizes real case studies to deliver a detailed approach to diagnosing, treatment planning, case presentation, professional communication, material selection, and delivery.

October 15-16
Digital Treatment Planning forImplant Surgery

Gary Orentlicher, DMD
Mahwah, NJ

The NobelGuide™ concept is applicable for any indication from a single-tooth to a full-arch restoration. Covering the simplest of procedures, NobelGuide™ brings multiple technologies together allowing you to provide state-of-the-art treatment for your patients.

December 3-4
Successful Implant Prosthetics

Sam Strong, DDS
Yorba Linda, CA

This 2-day program will provide an in-depth lecture, hands-on training, and treatment planning session for the clinician in the use of the NobelReplace™ prosthetic system.

In addition, the course includes a review of hygiene maintenance needs and techniques, laboratory fees for various cases, and how to determine an appropriate patient fee, as well as information for front office use in coding and charging out the implant cases.

Ongoing Courses

Below is a selection of ongoing course topics offered by Nobel Biocare. To find out when and where these are available in your area, contact your local Nobel Biocare sales office or visit http://www.nobelbiocare.com.

Esthetics Workshop
This program is for dental teams who want to provide their customers with high-end dental esthetics. The esthetics workshop provides a platform for teams to increase their knowledge within the field, both practically and theoretically.

NobelProcera™ System
This program covers the management of all restorative solutions involving natural teeth and implants using the NobelProcera System. This unique technology offers broad treatment options, which enable dental technicians to deliver the ultimate esthetic and functional customized restoration. Upon completion of this program, attendees will understand: the versatility and possibilities of the NobelProcera System; NobelProcera solutions, indications, and materials; how to operate the NobelProcera Optical Scanner; and how to design restorations using the NobelProcera Software.

Interdisciplinary Management of Implants in the Esthetic Zone
This presentation outlines the contemporary surgical and prosthetic concepts in the management of implants in the esthetic zone in order to achieve optimum long-term esthetics and stability. Emphasis will be placed on clinical management and on understanding the biological factors that influence treatment outcomes. An interdisciplinary approach is the key to optimal case management, and this will be demonstrated by cases ranging from single-tooth to complex multiple-teeth restorations.

Concepts in Restorative Implant Dentistry
Patients today are increasingly aware of dental implants, and they expect long-lasting, esthetically and functionally pleasing implant restorations that mimic natural teeth. This program gives dental practitioners a better understanding of how restorative implant dentistry has evolved. Treatment planning and restorative options for single implants will be discussed, and the use of modern high-strength materials such as zirconia and CAD/CAM technology in fabricating fixed implant-supported prostheses will be demonstrated.

NobelReplace™ and NobelActive™ Prosthetics
This course will enable dental practitioners to understand the restorative procedures, as well as usage of the core prosthetic components of NobelReplace Tapered and NobelActive implant systems. This will include gaining a better understanding of impression taking on an implant level and an abutment level, as well as two-stage, delayed-loading and immediate-loading clinical protocols.

This course is designed for surgeons who wish to expand their treatment capabilities to include placement of the NobelActive implant. This program is designed to present clinical solutions with NobelActive, and demonstrate clear benefits from the patient and clinician’s perspective over other implant systems.

Advanced NobelGuide™ Course for Clinicians
This program reviews concept protocols and focuses on new features and benefits of the NobelGuide Software including planning with NobelActive. Participants are encouraged to bring cases along for discussion and review. Upon completion of this program, attendees will understand the new features of NobelGuide compared with the previous version; the rationale of extraction at the day of surgery; and the indications for using NobelGuide with NobelActive.

If you would like detailed information on any of our training courses, please contact Training and Education at 800-579-6515 or browse the course directory on our website: http://www.NobelBiocare.com.

Contact Information

Phone: 800-579-6515
Email: info.usa@nobelbiocare.com


Access Nobel Biocare training and educational course schedules at http://www.nobelbiocare.com/training

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