BIRMINGHAM, Alabama--BioHorizons has announced its 2009 global symposium will take place April 30, to May 2 at the Hilton Chicago, Ill.
The educational event will focus on recent advances in digital dentistry, treatment planning, implant surface treatments, tissue regeneration, and implant specific restorations.
Scientific sessions will bring together the diverse expertise of dental clinicians such as Drs. Carl E. Misch, Michael A. Pikos, Maurice Salama, Edward P. Allen, and Scott Ganz to provide insight into today's most challenging implant and regeneration topics.
These topics include technical advances in diagnostic three-dimensional imaging and treatment planning software. Each clinician-moderated session will feature a panel discussion of audience-submitted questions that should foster an interactive learning environment. The three days of continuing education will include hands-on training sessions and dedicated educational tracks for auxiliary and office staff.
Presenters and moderators include David Garber, Jack Ricci, Natalie Wong, Ray Yukna, Michael Reddy, Hamid Shafie, Jay Malmquist, Michael Klein, and Murray Arlin.
"Each year, the BioHorizons Global Symposium stimulates invaluable interaction within the dental implant community," said Steve Boggan, BioHorizons president & CEO. "In the current global economic climate, it is important to develop advanced knowledge and strong relationships to achieve superior esthetic results for patients and generate new opportunities for dental practices."
To register and view schedules, detailed session topics, and hotel information, go to BioHorizons or call (866) 872-9785.
Attendance will be limited. This event will offer up to 20 CE credit hours.
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