The Oral Reconstruction Foundation is pleased to announce the theme and venue for the 2020 Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium. With a world-renowned lineup of speakers from all dental disciplines, the Symposium themed – 20/20 Vision – will cover a wide range of contemporary issues in implant dentistry and tissue regeneration. The Symposium will take place April 30 to May 2020 at the iconic New York Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City.
A joint European-American scientific committee consisting of well-known experts such as Dr. Edward P. Allen, Prof. Dr. Fernando Guerra, Dr. Craig Misch, Dr. Myron Nevins, Prof. Dr. mult. Robert Sader, and Prof. Dr. Irena Sailer, will head the Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium 2020.
A multitude of breakout sessions and hands-on exercises 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, business practices, and many more are planned. The Symposium will include lectures on extraction site management, tissue regeneration, digital workflow, long-term sustainability, and experts’ discussions of challenging cases.
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.
Attendance will be limited to maintain an environment conducive to learning. Early registration is recommended.
Please visit www.orfoundation.org/globalsymposium for further information.
The Oral Reconstruction Foundation is a foundation established by scientists under Swiss law. Its purpose is the sponsoring of research projects, of basic and applied research, as well as training and further education in the field of implant dentistry and related areas. Furthermore, it supports the promotion of scientific exchange between universities, practitioners and the industry in the field of implant dentistry and related areas. Clinical research and teaching are focal points, in particular for the benefit of patients. The support of young talents is a central interest of the Oral Reconstruction Foundation.