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'Cell-to-cell communication: Guided bone regeneration', is a new animation movie from the Quintessence Publishing Group, supported by Geistlich Biomaterials.
Invisible to the human eye, guided bone regeneration takes place in the microcosm of the cells. What tasks are performed by osteoblasts, osteoclasts, pericytes, thrombocytes, fibroblasts and all the other cells? How do they communicate amongst themselves?
This new animation movie shows the co-ordinated actions of the numerous players, central to the GBR process. Geistlich Biomaterials were instrumental in supporting this GBR movie and are pleased to provide access to this complimentary short version via You Tube
Once again the UK team are well into another busy year of meetings and events, designed to provide first class education to support our customer base. Now into the second year of a programme of 'Regional meetings', the plan for this series of local events has expanded to cover more events across more of the country in 2016.
Bringing high quality speakers and interesting topics to clinicians in a local setting, is the central theme for this programme of meetings. Ensuring that customers outside of London and the south east have the opportunity to learn from the UK's leading clinicians and build their knowledge of Geistlich biomaterials is also key.
So, over the course of 2016, a programme of hands-on meetings and lectures has been planned covering topics such as; Complex GBR (tenting and the use of titanium mesh), peri-implantitis & sinus-lift surgery.
Several customers in the north west of England had expressed a desire to attend an earlier sinus-lift meeting in London, but could not justify the travel and time away from surgery to attend. Therefore, the first event of 2016 held at the ICE Postgraduate Institute and Hospital in Salford, was designed to meet this need. 'An interactive sinus lift workshop', led by Professor Cemal Ucer combined lecture, hands-on and live surgery and received excellent feedback from the group of delegates. Similarly, 'Complex GBR: a practical application of the tenting technique', led by Dr. Paul Stone was equally well received by delegates in Livingston, Scotland.
September takes the Geistlich team to Ireland for events in Dublin and Belfast. Supporting our existing customers through the provision of high quality educational events is essential in the fast-growing Irish market. Taking the regional meeting programme to Ireland, is the next exciting step in the development of this exciting programme of regional events.
13. July 2017
01. March 2017