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today EAO Paris Sep. 30 & Oct. 1, 2016

30 29 01 Interview today international spoke with Prof. Daniel Wismei- jer about problems that implantologists are still fac- ing in using digital technologies and the future of computer-guided implant surgery. Osstell symposium Yesterday, experienced clinicians discussed how to address challenges in implant treat- ment using implant stability quotient (ISQ) technology. Dental products in focus The 25th annual scientific congress of the EAO will be an excellent opportunity to see the most up-to-date technologies and achievements in the field of dental implantology. » page 6 » page 8 » page 24 EAO 25th Annual Scientific Meeting Paris · 29 September–1 October, 2016 30 01 01 EAO 25th Annual Scientific Meeting Paris · 29 September–1 October, 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting Paris · 29 September–1 October, 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting  The area around Porte Maillot in Paris in France saw more activity than usual on Thursday, when the 25th annual scientific meeting of the European Association for Osseointe- gration (EAO) began here yesterday morning at the Palais des Congrès de Paris. While the official congress pro- gramme commenced only after lunch, many attendees used the morning to visit the accompanying trade exhibition to learn about the latest innovations and solutions in the fields of osseointegration and im- plant dentistry. Over 110 sponsors—the most ever in the relatively short history of the meeting—are exhibiting their latest products and services in Paris, in- cluding a number of industry heavy- weights. MIS, for example, is show- casing its VCONCEPT, which was in- troduced at the company’s third Global Conference in May as a com- prehensive approach intended to pro- vide clinicians with all the tools nec- essary for a successful and complete rehabilitation process. A new restora- tive concept is also being presented by Nobel Biocare with the On1. Ac- cording to the company, the On1 Base connects to the implant at the time of surgery and remains in place throughout the healing process, the prosthetic work and the lifetime of the restoration. In this way, it brings the connection for restorative compo- nents to tissue level so that, unlike with conventional two-stage healing and temporary abutments for bone level implants, the biological seal cre- ated by the soft tissue remains undis- turbed for optimised healing. The fo- cus of ACTEON’s presentation is the Implant Center 2 surgical unit, which gives clinicians access to both ultra- sonic and rotating technologies for total independence in increasingly di- verse clinical areas. At Straumann’s booth, attendees are invited to discover brand-new data on the SLActive surface that demonstrates incredible performance in the most challenging conditions, the company said. A feast for excellence in dental implantology Anniversary meeting of the European Association for Osseointegration begins in Paris © Brian Kinney/ IAMPOWERFUL IMPLANT CENTER2 The alliance of technologies for fast and secure bone surgeries MOREINVENTIVELESSINVASIVE visit us: booth S27 AD Caringfor implants Different types of implants require different cleaning devices. TePe offers a wide selection of products, specially developed and tailored for implant patients. For your sample kit, please visit us in booth S 20. Visit us in booth S20 AD160010INT AD