“Nobel Biocare” Conference Held in Germany

Dr. M S Bhalla attends “Nobel Biocare” Conference in Germany to share and enrich knowledge on modern dental treatments.

Online PR News – 14-August-2014 – Ahmedabad – Dr. M S Bhalla, a veteran dentist (dental surgeon), adds another leaf in his manuscript of dental skills and field exposure through “Nobel Biocare” symposium organized at BMW Welt in Munich, Germany on 26th-28th June 2014. The conference was mainly focused on inventive skills such as enhancing current dental treatments with possible restorative procedures and surgeries, especially for partial or full edentulous patients. Insight was also spurred on potential scientific findings concerning various dental issues and related remedies.
A team of specialized scientists and the staff of Noble Biocare from Switzerland, Germany and Austria were present to share their experience and prospective solutions to day-to-day dental complexities. Leading industrial speakers and broadcasters burst the facts on new treating techniques. Facts on long-lasting dental procedures for teeth restoration (e.g. Dental Implants) were offered, especially to improve one’s aesthetic appearance in addition to normal oral functions.
Three-Day Sessions, Mainly Incorporating the Following Particulars
On the first day, huge opportunities were largely explored to dentists and dental technicians, enriching their hands-on experience in master classes delivered by industrial experts. There were the learning sessions on immediate implant placement in extraction sockets and 3D planning and guided implant placement. Speakers also focused on screw implant prosthetics with modified abutments and implant bridges. A 3D computer-guided reconstructive surgery with successful dental implant installations was explained in depth in order to achieve long-term teeth restoration.
On the second day, we had an advanced sitting on modern dental treatments. Various restorative treatment options like instant implant placement were debated for benefiting edentulous patients. Following was an interactive session, in which possibilities for dental implants in adults and children were discussed with some modern techniques. How even more complex dental cases get facilitated through modern treatments was understood too. Next was digital planning on an “integrated workflow” strategy over the collaboration of clinicians and laboratory setups.
On the third and last day, more natural and technical attention was paid to minimizing possible risks associated with dental implants. Specifications on favorable health results, procedural and prosthetic resolutions in case of mistaken implantation were addressed with senses on implant site protection, aesthetic navigations and soft tissue strengths after procedures. Issues were deliberated on how reconstructive surgeries would result in difficult cases. Endosseous implants with recovering and social rehabilitation functions for patients with tumor were concluded. We also entertained practical guidelines on how to successfully use CAD / CAM technologies in difficult economic environments.
Overall, it was an outstanding experience on getting in tuned with a variety of aesthetic and functionally augmented treatment options – all through contemporary dental solutions from dentistry of today and tomorrow!