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The Annual General Meeting of Nobel Biocare approves all proposals of the Board of Directors

(PresseBox) (Zurich, ) Nobel Biocare Holding AG's Annual General Meeting today endorsed all proposals put forward by the Board of Directors.

Among others, the Annual General Meeting approved a dividend of CHF 0.55 gross per registered share of CHF 0.40 nominal value. The dividend will be paid on 1 April 2010 (Exdividend day: 29 March 2010; record date: 31 March 2010).

The Board members proposed for reelection were re-elected: Stig Eriksson, Antoine Firmenich, Edgar Fluri, Robert Lilja and Rolf Watter.

Daniela Bosshardt-Hengartner, Dr Raymund Breu, Heino von Prondzynski and Dr Oern Stuge were elected as new Board members. According to the bylaws, all Board members have been elected for a one-year term.

At the first board meeting following the Annual General Meeting, Heino von Prondzynski was elected Chairman of the Board and Rolf Watter was re-elected Vice Chairman of the Board.

KPMG, Zurich, has been re-elected as auditors for the financial year 2010.

Financial reporting calendar 2010:

Interim Report 1, 2010 - 28 April 2010
Interim Report 2, 2010 - 11 August 2010
Interim Report 3, 2010 - 3 November 2010


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Nobel Biocare Deutschland GmbH

Nobel Biocare (NOBN, SIX Swiss Exchange) is the world leader in innovative restorative and esthetic dental solutions. As a complete solutions provider Nobel Biocare offers the most comprehensive range of solutions from tooth to root, for single tooth to fully edentulous indications. The solutions portfolio covers dental implants (including the key brands NobelActive(TM) , Brånemark System® and NobelReplace(TM) ), individualized prosthetics and equipment (NobelProcera(TM) ), guided surgery solutions and biomaterials. Nobel Biocare has approximately 2,250 employees and recorded revenue of EUR 581.4 million in 2009. The company is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland. Production takes place at seven sites located in Canada, Israel, Japan, Sweden, and the US. Nobel Biocare has 35 direct sales organizations.