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Press release: bone & tissue days / World Congress Berlin 2016

botiss biomaterials hosts the 3rd bone & tissue days World Congress in Berlin

 

Berlin – botiss biomaterials, the Berlin based leading specialist in regenerative dentistry is proud to organize and host the 3rd bone & tissue days World Congress this September 8 – 10, 2016. This year´s congress will be held at the bcc Berlin Congress Center, focusing exclusively on dental bone and tissue regeneration. Over 1.000 clinicians and scientists from all over the world will exchange their experiences and update their knowledge of newest treatment options. More than 30 international leading clinical and scientific regeneration experts will lecture and teach about the most current therapies in dental regeneration and concepts. In addition, the two full-day pre-congress courses will focus on implant and periodontal regeneration. One of the congress highlights will be a 3D surgical video demonstration and the 20 hands-on workshops.

Also during the congress, the winner of this year´s YoungProAward competition will be awarded. The YoungProAward in  Regenerative Dentistry has the aim of fostering the development of young dental professionals in the field and is supported by botiss and Straumann, the global leader in implant dentistry.

botiss biomaterials is a leading developer, manufacturer and marketer of biomaterials for oral tissue regeneration. Its comprehensive range of high-quality, clinically proven solutions includes membranes for guided tissue and bone regeneration and soft tissue reconstruction, as well as a full range of bovine, allogeneic and synthetic bone substitute materials. The products are used world-wide in over 100 countries and are supported by both clinical studies and many years of clinical experience. botiss stands for constant innovations and an education/science-based cooperation with leading institutions and clinicians. The BTDs are a unique congress form, so far 22 regional BTDs and 2 World Congresses have successfully taken place in over 18 countries.