BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--The Oral Reconstruction Foundation will present its 2017 Global Symposium May 4-6 at the Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach, FL. The meeting will spotlight today's most challenging dental implant and tissue regeneration topics with presentations from 29 experts from around the world. The Symposium provides 18 hours of CE credit for the basic tuition of $695, with 12 additional breakout sessions allowing attendees to customize their learning experience with hands-on training sessions.
Highlights of the Symposium will include presentations on topics such as digital workflow, immediate loading, full arch reconstruction, tissue regeneration and esthetics. According to Oral Reconstruction Board Member Myron Nevins, DDS, “The Global Symposium offers a tremendous education value by presenting the perspectives of multiple thought leaders from around the world, for a very modest tuition cost. With technology and materials changing so rapidly, clinicians must take advantage of these events to stay current and gain insight into the variety of treatment options now available to patients that can benefit from dental implant therapy.”
Opinion leaders who will lecture at the 2017 Global Symposium include Drs. Edward P. Allen, Sonia Leziy, Craig Misch, Michael Pikos, Dennis Tarnow, Tiziano Testori and many others.
BioHorizons is the diamond level sponsor of the 2017 Global Symposium. For more information on the agenda and speakers, go to www.orfoundation.org.
About the Oral Reconstruction Foundation
The Oral Reconstruction Foundation is a not-for-profit private foundation with the primary goal of providing quality dental reconstructive continuing education to facilitate the exchange of knowledge between dental practitioners. As a continuing education provider, the OR Foundation presents and supports lectures, seminars, hands-on courses and surgical partnerships to further enable dental clinicians from all disciplines to improve the lives of their patients.