Editor’s pickNobel Biocare Global Symposium webinars available free and on-demand
The much-anticipated Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2020 faced a dilemma when the scale of Coronavirus rapidly escalated. In spite of this challenge, the decision to go virtual with Global Symposium dental webinars allowed the event to exceed expectations. Over 10,000 dental professionals registered around the world, and now, the online sessions presented by esteemed experts in implantology are available free and on-demand.
Going virtual to host the best dental webinars
Key opinion leaders in implant dentistry such as Iñaki Gamborena, Sascha Jovanovic, Paolo Malo, Ken Parrish, Alessandro Pozzi, Sundeep Rawal, and Giorgio Tabanella covered key topics on digital dentistry, immediate function, edentulous treatments, management of complications, and guided tissue regeneration (GTR) and guided bone regeneration (GBR) procedures.
For the originally-planned Las Vegas event, the world-class lecturers and researchers had already invested the time and expertise it takes for premium-quality training. The popularity and feedback of this two-day virtual symposium reflects the superior knowledge shared with dental professionals across the world.
List of sessions available include:
“Mastering implant success in the aesthetic area” by Dr. Iñaki Gamborena
“Digitally driven implant planning: An innovative ecosystem from diagnosis to delivery” by Dr. Sundeep Rawal
“Orchestration of DTX software: Static guided surgery, dynamic navigation and guided prostheses for full arch and terminal dentition patients” by Dr. Alessandro Pozzi
“Incorporating navigated implant placement into a practice-building digital workflow” by Dr. Ken Parrish
“Managing complications: Step-by-step clinical procedure” by Dr. Giorgio Tabanella
“Immediate Function and long-term benefits for the edentulous patients: Choosing the ideal treatment solution” by Prof. Paulo Malo
“Augmentation with guided bone regeneration and soft tissue graft to ensure long-term aesthetic and stable implant results” by Dr. Sascha Jovanovic
Access symposium sessions here.