Navigate your way to precise implant placement

on 15th May 2019


The first EMEA Dynamic Navigation Society Symposium offers a programme of presentations about the latest computer-guided planning and placement technology

 

Clinicians can find out how to achieve greater confidence in dental implant planning and placement at an event in Rome over 5-6 July. 

The inaugural EMEA Dynamic Navigation Society Symposium offers delegates a series of lectures and discussions on the benefits of dynamic navigation for precise implant placement, delivered by a line-up of world-class speakers. 

The programme, held at the University of Rome, La Sapienza, includes presentations on the advantages of using the Navident dynamic navigation system in daily practice. 

Applications for more complex treatments, including pterygoid and zygomatic implant placement, will also be covered.

Professors Gianluca Gambarini and Volkan Arisan, from the universities of Rome and Istanbul, will present on dynamic navigation in their respective fields. Dr David Burgess, the first dentist in the UK to adopt this technology, will be speaking about the development of full arch protocols. 

Hands-on training and drilling on a phantom head will give delegates certification to use Navident in their treatment workflow.

Fantastic opportunity

Robert Pounds, managing director of The Dental Imaging Company – the sole distributor for Navident in the UK and Ireland, said: ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for clinicians who want to treat more complex cases with peace of mind. It is the first time that so many pioneers of dynamic navigation from across the globe have been available to a European audience.’ 

 

The EMEA Dynamic Navigation Society Symposium takes place in Rome over 5 and 6 July. Places are limited, so early registration is advisable. 

To book, email kemisha@claronav.com. 

To find out more about Navident, call Robert Pounds on 0845 602 4944 or email info@navident.co.uk.


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