2nd Annual Implants Symposium to be held Friday October 11
The 2nd Annual Bone Regeneration and Implant Therapy Symposium will be held Friday, October 11. More than 270 participants are expected to attend.
We are pleased to offer a second day-long symposium highlighting current information regarding alveolar bone grafting and advanced implant-based prosthodontic rehabilitation. Internationally recognized Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons and Prosthodontists will provide detailed insights concerning bone grafting to support highly esthetic and functional dental implant prostheses. The surgical factors affecting success will be highlighted by practical examples of state-of-the-art therapy. The important interaction of the implant in the grafted bone, and the functioning prosthesis will be further defined. This year's symposium will offer a clear view of the current bone grafting and dental implant successes available to clinicians and their patients to foster improved dental implant-based rehabilitation. In this regional forum, a renowned panel of experienced speakers will offer basic knowledge as well as detailed information that appeals to all participants including students, general dentists, specialists, their staff, and the dental technician.
Lyndon Cooper, Course Director
Associate Professor, Department of Prosthodontics