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Osteogenics 2016 Global Bone Grafting Symposium

World-renowned speakers showcase latest in bone grafting techniques, materials, and research

2016 Symposium Brochure [1.12 MB PDF]


LUBBOCK, Texas – Osteogenics Biomedical announces the Osteogenics 2016 Global Bone Grafting Symposium, unique for its focus on dental bone grafting and treatment planning, to be held March 31 – April 2, 2016 at the Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona.

The symposium will feature presentations by world-renowned speakers, interactive treatment planning sessions with an expert panel, and optional hands-on workshops. Speakers include Dr. Michael Pikos, Dr. Sascha Jovanovic, Dr. Thomas Wilson, Dr. Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, Dr. Eiji Funakoshi, Dr. Maurice Salama, Dr. Melle Vroom, Dr. Istvan Urban, Dr. Kirk Pasquinelli, Dr. Pier Gallo, and Dr. Daniel Cullum.

The 2016 event will mark the seventh Osteogenics Global Bone Grafting symposium. Since 2008, the symposium has grown from 45 attendees from the U.S. to a sold-out 500 attendees from 15 countries and 44 of the 50 states in 2014. Strategically capped at 500, this year’s event is expected to sell out again.

“I felt that the caliber of presentations—from the quality of the images, videos, and statistical analyses, to the patient manner each presenter shared materials and fielded questions—was among the finest I have enjoyed in my 28 years as a periodontist,” said Dr. Lloyd Nattkemper about the 2014 symposium. “The quality of the presenters, without exception, was in my opinion, the finest available in the world.”

On April 1 and 2, the symposium will feature main podium lectures and interactive treatment planning sessions. Optional hands-on workshops will be offered on Thursday, March 31. Workshop topics include: advanced hard and soft tissue regenerative techniques in implant therapy, socket grafting and guided bone regeneration in various single-tooth implant scenarios, and state of the ridge expansion techniques.

“I like the great selection of speakers. The quality of the materials as well as the clinical results are very impressive, but at the same time with options to apply the techniques to our practice,” said Dr. Bernardo Villela. “I would recommend this course to periodontists, oral surgeons, and general practitioners who have been involved in implantology.”

The Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa at Gainey Ranch is an ideal location due to Scottdale’s enjoyable spring weather and breathtaking views. Explore the endless wonders of the 27-acre property set amidst the majestic McDowell Mountains. Enjoy breathtaking vistas blended with intriguing Native American culture and pampering amenities featuring championship golf, Spa Avania, a 2.5 acre water playground, tennis, or Camp Hyatt Kachina. Or attendees can find their own opportunity for adventure just minutes from the resort.

For more information on the Osteogenics 2016 Global Bone Grafting Symposium, visit www.osteogenics.com/courses, or call Andrea Wilson at 1.806.796.1923. Tuition for the main symposium on April 1 and 2 is $950, offering up to 13 CE credits. Assistants and office personnel are welcome for $500.

January 29, 2016

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