More than 400 people from all parts of the world gathered at the Renaissance Orlando, October 23–25 for The 1st International Symposium on Digital Dentistry: Technologies That Enhance Clinical Outcomes.
The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium 2013 in New York saw more than 2,000 dental professionals come together to explore the latest developments, innovative technology, and clinical approaches in implant dentistry. Videos and summaries from each day of the event can be seen at www.nobelbiocare.com/newyork2013.
Several new developments from Nobel Biocare were revealed.
We are excited to announce the first seminar in our 2013 Lecture Series, “The Nuts and Bolts of Implant-Supported Complete Dentures,” presented by Dr Stephen Wagner on March 16.
Implants have changed the way we fabricate removable complete dentures, making the experience much more satisfying for both the patient and the clinician. In this course, attendees will learn skills for diagnosing and developing treatment plans for edentulous patients. Dr Wagner will discuss techniques required for implementing a high-quality and profitable denture service in any general dental practice.
Stephen Wagner, DDS, is currently in his 33rd year of private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and holds academic positions at both the University of New Mexico Medical Center in Albuquerque and the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in San Francisco, California.
Quintessence seminars feature small class sizes capped at 30 attendees. This seminar will be held Saturday, March 16, from 9:00 to 3:00 at the Quintessence CE Center in Hanover Park, Illinois, and attendees will receive 5 hours of CE credit.
Register before February 27 for a discounted fee. Attendees can also receive a special rate at the Hilton Chicago/Indian Lakes Resort, a 5-minute drive from Quintessence. We look forward to seeing you there!
Be sure to register early for the 11th International Symposium on Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, held June 6–9 at the Boston Marriott Copley Place. Register before January 31 to receive a discount and ensure your spot at the symposium—registrations fill up quickly and have closed as early as May in past years! Register online or print a PDF registration form to send by mail or fax.
Co-chairs Myron Nevins and Marc Nevins have planned four days of thought-provoking sessions that will allow you to update your knowledge and expand your practice. We look forward to seeing you there and sharing more information about these sessions over the coming months!
Quintessence Seminars is pleased to announce our lineup of lecturers for 2013: Stephen Wagner (implant-supported complete dentures), Dale A. Miles (cone beam imaging), Douglas Terry (esthetic restorative dentistry), and Peter Moy (bone augmentation). Visit our site for more information.
We are pleased to announce that Robert E. Marx, DDS, will be presenting a one-day seminar on Saturday, October 6, 2012, at the Quintessence CE Center in suburban Chicago. He will be addressing two topics of concern in contemporary dentistry: Part I. Treating Patients on Bisphosphonate Therapy; Part II. Using BMP in Today’s Dental Practice. Register now to join us for this unique event. CLICK HERE for more information.
Louie Al-Faraje, DDS, will be at the Quintessence CE Center in suburban Chicago on Friday, September 7, 2012, to present an essential one-day seminar on Surgical Complications in Dental Implant Therapy. Space for these small-group events fills up quickly so reserve your place today. Click here to learn more.
Quintessence Publishing is offering a series of small-group seminars presented by distinguished author-clinicians at our suburban Chicago headquarters, located 20 miles west of the loop. Each seminar will give you the opportunity to learn about the newest advances in your field from a well-known expert. On-site coffee breaks and lunch, included in your registration fee, will maximize your educational and professional contact with the speaker and your colleagues. Look for more information for scheduled speakers in the coming weeks.