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A year of celebration at Nobel Biocare

As 2015 comes to a close we take a look at this year's historical milestones and extend a special holiday greeting from our good friend "Oscar".

Happy holidays from your Nobel Biocare News team!

2015 – A year to remember

First for 50 years

In 1965, Gösta Larsson of Gothenburg, Sweden, was an oral invalid. But that changed overnight. As the first recipient of osseointegrated dental implants, carefully placed by the late Professor Per-Ingvar Brånemark, his life changed forever. And so did dentistry. 

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Bringing success to the surface: 15 years of TiUnite

In 2000, the new millennium brought with it a new dental implant surface. Fifteen years later, TiUnite has built a reputation for success and is one of the most clinically researched implant surfaces in the world. And, after more than 15 million purchases of implants featuring TiUnite, it’s become one of the most sought after as well.

Here’s how it all began

A night to remember, 10 years on: The launch of NobelGuide

It's now 10 years since the official launch of the NobelGuide guided surgery concept, which included an ambitious live surgery beamed from Australia to the US. A decade on, we talk to some of those involved about that night, and about the secrets to NobelGuide’s enduring success.


Looking forward to 2016

Where innovation comes to life

The biggest event in our dental calendar is back. The Nobel Biocare Global Symposium is coming to New York, June 23–26, 2016.