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Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium—cancelled due to Corona crisis

April 30, 2020 - May 02, 2020, United States - New York

Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium—cancelled due to Corona crisis

Mark your calendar for the Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium 2020 at the iconic New York Marriott Marquis from April 30 to May 2, 2020. Under the theme "20/20 Vision" a world-renowned lineup of speakers promises to cover a wide range of contemporary issues in implant dentistry and tissue regeneration.

The Global Symposium offers a great opportunity to stay abreast of the latest treatment options while enjoying time with colleagues in the heart of Times Square.

Breakout Sessions and Hands-on Exercises
The program will include 16 breakout sessions – held in English, German, Spanish and Chinese – on topics such as digital workflow, immediate full-arch treatment, L-PRF applications, hard and soft tissue grafting, immediate placement and temporization, prevention and management of peri-implant diseases, and many more.

A Three-day Program
The three-days include topics that characterizes what is important for obtaining “20/20 Vision”. Over 40 internationally recognized speakers are presenting the newest developments on topics ranging from extraction site managment to tissue regeneration and long-term sustainability. The symposium will conclude with interactive case presentations discussing solutions for challenging situations.

New York City, New York
New York City (NYC) is the city that never sleeps, and most would agree that there is no city quite like it. Also known as The Big Apple, NYC is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and with good reason. It is the mecca of business in the United States, and as a melting pot of American culture, there is something for every style, taste and budget. Go to www.nycgo.com for the official guide to New York City.

 

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