Magic i: a 3-dimensional look at the future of Implant Dentistry
21 September 2017
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Presented by: BioHorizons
Date: 21 September 2017
Location: Royal College of Physicians, London
Aims & Objectives
Join our visionaries of the day and take a glimpse into the future of implant dentistry. A day designed with market relevance full of achievable and practical tips based on scientific evidence to implement into your practice today and be ready for what the future will bring tomorrow.
The aim of this event is to showcase technologies and techniques that will be the future of implant dentistry. Allowing delegates the chance to ask questions and network with speakers who are adopting these techniques now will ensure that, if the tips are implemented, their practice will be ready for what the future brings.
Dr Sinead McEnhill takes a statistical look and practical understanding of the UK dental implant market today. Understanding the present from a business to consumer perspective creates opportunity to become the leading implant practice of tomorrow. Know where your practice sits in the present and what needs to be addressed to ensure survival of your practice for the years to come.
Imagine an approach of simplicity in soft tissue management, if anyone has the know how it's Dr Marius Steigmann. Learn how to augment soft tissue biotypes with simplified instrumentation, materials and protocol to achieve tension free closure and predictable esthetics. The future doesn't need to be complicated!
With more than 18 years-experience using the number 1 implant system in Germany, Dr Detlef Hildebrand introduces the complete digital workflow of the Camlog Implant System to the UK! Discover software and workflow techniques designed to achieve ideal implant placement along with the simplicity of surgical techniques performed in conjunction with the recommended Guide System. Dr Hildebrand will demonstrate how it is possible to place implants perfectly and achieve the optimal prosthetic position, resulting in high-end aesthetics and function for patients.
Based on scientific evidence from the Vilnius Research group Dr Tomas Linkevicius will consider the causes of crestal bone loss and how the selection of the biologic materials, implant and prosthetic components can enable implant clinicians to create implant practice with zero crestal bone loss.
- No registration fee*
- 4 clinical speakers
- Guest Speaker
- 7 hours of Verifiable CPD
- Q&A sessions with every speaker
- Networking opportunities
- Exhibition available
- Drinks reception
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