GOTHENBURG, Sweden: Osstell, the global leader in dental implant stability measurement and osseointegration progress monitoring, has announced that it will be holding its 14th ISQ annual symposium in a fully digital format in October. The event will feature four international speakers, who will discuss the importance of confidence, predictability and a team approach in dental implant treatment for a positive patient experience.
The speakers will be Dr Michael Norton (UK), Dr Jörg-Martin Ruppin (Germany), Dr Tore Berset (Norway) and Dr Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden), moderator of the panel discussion. This year’s symposium will focus not only on clinical experience with the Osstell implant stability quotient (ISQ) but also on the importance of a team approach in implant dentistry and its effects on the course of treatment. In addition to comparing the relevance of the Osstell ISQ and insertion torque, the event will also demonstrate how the online tool OsstellConnect can be used to facilitate team communication.
After each lecture, participants will have the opportunity to ask their questions during a live Q & A session. The event will conclude with a panel discussion on advanced surgical techniques and will include a live surgery performed by Dr Dagnelid.
In addition to the opportunity to network with peers and to earn four continuing education credits free of charge, participants will get an exclusive sneak peek at the upcoming addition to the Osstell ISQ technology.
The event will be held from 6 p.m. CEST to 10 p.m. CEST on 13 October. Each session will run for approximately one hour. For dental professionals who are unable to attend the symposium sessions will be available to watch on demand. More information about the symposium and free registration can be found at www.osstellcampus.com.