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BioHorizons Global Symposium 2008 Combines Record Attendance with Groundbreaking Technology
Date:6/23/2008

ons continues to be one of the fastest growing implant companies in the industry because of unique offerings like Laser-Lok and our Lifetime Warranty program. The Global Symposium presentations and attendance are indicative of our growing momentum that stems from science-based design and synergies with high-tech partners such as DTI."

BioHorizons will present the 2009 Global Symposium from April 30 to May 2, 2009, in Chicago, Illinois. Attendance will be limited, and another sell-out is expected, so please register early to ensure your spot.

* International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, Vol. 28, #2, April 2008.

About BioHorizons, Inc.

BioHorizons is a leading oral reconstructive device company at the forefront of digital dentistry. The company has a broad product offering, including surgical planning software, regenerative products, dental implants, CAD/CAM and traditional dental restorations. BioHorizons has a direct sales force in the U.S., Canada, Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Australia, Mexico, and Chile. Products are distributed in the rest of the world via a network of independent distributors.

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