International Course Calendar 2019 - More than education - Straumann

International Course Calendar 2019 - More than education - Straumann
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International Course
			Calendar 2019
		 More than education

       Sharpen your skills at every level of competence

       How to use this catalogue

       Our Speakers

         Straumann® International Course Calendar 2019

    19   Straumann® Smart – Immerse to succeed            31	Master Course for the Management
                                                              of Esthetic Implant Failures
    20	Master Course on the Bernese Concept
        for the Treatment of Periodontally                32	Full Arch Implant Live Skills in association
        Compromised Patients                                  with Straumann® ProArch

    21   The Year Implant Course                          33   Clinical and Radiographic Oral Anatomy

    22   Dental Implant Advanced Course                   34	Mastering the Art of Dental Implants in
                                                              the Aesthetic Zone
    23   Watch the experts – Periodontology
                                                          35	Master Course in GBR and Sinus Floor
    24   The Year Two Implant Course
                                                              Elevation Procedures
    25   Watch the experts – Implant Surgery
                                                          36	Master Course in Regenerative and
    26	Understanding Implant Complications:                  ­Plastic-Esthetic Periodontal Surgery
        a comprehensive practical Master Course!
                                                          37	Reconstructive periodontal plastic surgery
       Immediate implantation and immediate                   in the esthetic zone
       loading in edentulous patients
                                                          38   Master Course in Esthetic Implant Dentistry
    28	Immediate Rehabilitation in atrophic
                                                          39	Master Course Edentulism:
        maxillars: Straumann® ProArch
                                                              A challenging condition
    29   Full Digital: Same Day Immediate Loading
                                                          41	Advanced Course in Implant Dentistry at the
    30   Straumann® ProArch Course                            University of Zurich

                                                          42   BAIRD Implant Course

ITI International Course Calendar 2019

43   ITI Online Academy – Learn, interact, grow   48   3rd ITI Education Week London

44   ITI Foundation in Implant Dentistry          49   11th ITI Education Week Hong Kong

45	ITI Education Week Melbourne Current        51   29th ITI Education Week Bern
      Perspectives in Implant Dentistry
                                                  53   ITI Education Week Toronto
46   ITI Congress North America

47   ITI Education Week Boston

     botiss International Course Calendar 2019

56	Dental Regeneration Specialist                57   2 Day Human Cadaver Course 2019
    Curriculim 2019 / 2020
                                                  58   Human Cadaver Course 2019

Sharpen your skills at
      every level of competence

    When it comes to training, the expectations of dental
    professionals today are higher than ever before. Every
    dental professional is unique and benefits from indi-
    vidual training. Straumann stands for variety and
    innovation. This means that we offer the perfect life-
    long professional education in more than 70 countries
    addressing the needs of dentists, dental technicians
    and dental assistants throughout their career.

    Continuous professional growth is one of the most
    important topics for dental professionals. Our aim is to
    provide a comprehensive, lifelong education and train-
    ing program on surgical and restorative procedures
    with the latest technologies available on all levels of
    complexity. This means we offer educational programs
    ranging from the fundamentals of dental implantology
    to very complex procedures. This ensures that you are
    equipped to grow professionally and personally at
    every stage of your professional life.


    Marco Gadola,
    Chief Executive Officer

Ongoing professional education and lifelong learning starts with us. Straumann® is
renowned for its outstanding role in Education and provides state-of-the-art training
for dental professionals in more than 70 countries. Part of our commitment to our
customers and patients is to provide a comprehensive, ongoing education and
training program on surgical and restorative procedures with the latest technolo-
gies available and conducted by industry-leading experts from all around the world.

Within education and research, Straumann® works closely with the International
Team for Implantology (ITI), an independent, inter­national network of eminent
clinicians and researchers from leading clinics, research institutes and universities
around the world. The ITI is providing a growing global network for life-long
learning in implant dentistry through comprehensive quality education and inno-
vative research for the benefit of the patient.

Since Straumann® is a total solution provider for tooth replacement, we also
work closely with botiss biomaterials. The botiss academy offers international
­educational events in dental bone and tissue regeneration.

sac level
                                    How to use this catalogue

  EN          language
                                    This catalogue provides an overview of international courses and will be c­ ontinually
language                            updated. The courses are sorted by date. A much broader offering is provided
                                    locally, please visit the Straumann website or contact your
                                    local sales representative.
  40          education credits
                                    sac level The SAC classification was developed by the International Team for
                                    Implantology (ITI) and classifies cases into three categories: Straightforward (S),
                                    Advanced (A) and Complex (C) (SAC). The SAC classification helps dentists to deter-
              theory                mine the degree of complexity and the potential risks for restorative and surgical

              practical exercises
                                    Straightforward Level
                                    The surgical and prosthetic procedures appear uncomplicated, with a low risk of
                                    complications. Cases have a predictable functional outcome where aesthetics are
                                    not a factor.
              live surgeries

                                    Advanced Level
                                    The surgical and prosthetic procedures pose a greater challenge with an increased
                                    risk of complications and a moderate to high aesthetic risk.

                                    Complex Level
                                    The surgical and prosthetic procedures appear complicated with a high risk of
                                    ­complications and a high aesthetic risk.

                                    education credits Indicates the number of continuing education points, hours
                                    or credits you receive by attending the course. Please note that the p
                                                                                                         ­ rocedures
                                    ­differ by country. You can check the procedures with the local ­provider of the
                                    course and your local authority.

                                    lecture Theoretical sessions, consisting of presentations and might also include
                                    case planning and discussion.

                                    hands-on Practical exercises to support theory part

                                    live surgeries Surgery live either directly at the chairside or transmitted via

                                    terms & conditions
                                    ѹѹ Course costs do not include travel, accommodation or other non-tuition
                                       related costs except stated otherwise.
                                    ѹѹ Please be aware: VAT or applicable taxes are not included in all instances
                                       except stated otherwise.
                                    ѹѹ Course dates can change

                                    registration: You can register for any course using the contact details provided.

Our Speakers

A dr. william abbott                                           prof. urs c. belser
                 Private Practice,                                            Guest professor in the Department
                 Toronto, Canada                                              of Oral Surgery, University of Bern,
                                                                              School of Dental Medicine,
                                                                              Bern, Switzerland

   dr. samir abou-ayash                                        mr. slawek bilko
                 Department of Reconstructive Dentistry                      Dental Laboratory,
                 and Gerodontology, University of Bern,                      Toronto, Canada
                 School of Dental Medicine,
                 Bern, Switzerland

   dr. majd al mardini                                         dr. farhad boltchi
                 Department of Dentistry and Maxil­lo­                       Private practice,
                  facial Prosthetics Princess Margaret                       Texas, USA
                 ­Hospital, Associate in Dentistry at the
                  University of Toronto, Private Practice,
                  Hamilton, Ontario, Hamilton Canada

   prof. dr. sofia aroca                                       prof. michael bornstein
                 Department of Periodontology,                               Department of Oral and Maxillofacial
                 University of Bern, School of                               Radiology, Faculty of Dentistry,
                 ­Dental Medicine,                                           The University of Hong Kong,
                  Bern, Switzerland                                          Hong Kong

   dr. maria b. asparuhova                                     prof. dieter bosshardt
                 Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology,                     Head of the Robert K. Schenk L­ aboratory
                 Dental Clinic, University of Bern,                           for Oral H
                                                                                       ­ istology at the Dental
                 Bern, Switzerland,                                           Clinics at the University of Bern,
                                                                              Bern, Switzerland

B dr. david garcia baeza                                       prof. urs braegger
                 Private Practice,                                            Head of the Department of
                 Madrid, Spain                                                 ­Reconstructive Dentistry and
                                                                              ­Gerodontology, University of Bern,
                                                                              School of Dental Medicine,
                                                                                Bern, Switzerland

   dr. stephen barter, bds msurgdent rcs                       prof. jeffrey briney
                  Specialist Oral Surgeon, Perlan                             Private practice,
                 Specialist Centre, ­Eastbourne and                           California, USA
                 ­Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Oral
                  Clinical Research, Institute of Dentistry,
                  QMUL, ­London, Eastbourne, UK

Our Speakers

       dr. allen burgoyne                                       dr. colin campbell
                      Specialist for Implantology,                           The Campbell Clinic, Director,
                      Esthetic Restorative Dentistry and                     The Campbell Academy, Director,
                      ­Prosthodontics in private practice,                   Nottingham, UK
                       Kitchener, Canada

       colin burns                                              sylvain carciofo
                      The Campbell Academy,                                   Dental Technician, Clinic for Fixed
                      Implant Dentist,                                        ­Prosthodontics and Biomaterials,
                      Nottingham, UK                                           Center for Dental and Medicine,
                                                                               University of Geneva, Switzerland,
                                                                              Geneva, Switzerland

       prof. daniel buser                                       dr. guy carmeli
                      Chairman of the Clinic for Oral Surgery                Private Practice,
                      and Stomatology, Dental Clinic                         Tel Aviv, Israel
                      University of Bern,
                      Bern, Switzerland

       dr. ramona buser                                         dr. robert p. carmichael
                      Department of Reconstructive Dentistry                 Holland Bloorview Kids
                      and Gerodontology, University of Bern,                 Rehabilitation Hospital,
                      School of Dental Medicine,                             Toronto, CanadaIsra
                      Bern, Switzerland

       bernita bush                                             prof. dr. vivianne chappuis
                      Dental Hygiene Instructor,                              Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology,
                      Bern, Switzerland                                       Dental Clinic, University of Bern,
                                                                              Bern, Switzerland

       tracy butler                                             dr. dominiki chatzopoulou
                      CRHD, MFT, National Director of                          Specialist Periodontist, Queen Mary
                      Hygiene Education, Straumann,                            ­University of London, School of
                      Andover, USA                                            ­Medicine and Dentistry,
                                                                                London, UK

    C dr. marco caminiti                                        dr. andré chen
                      Private Practice,                                       Implantology Institute,
                      University of Toronto, Oral and                         Lisbon, Portugal
                      Maxillofacial Surgery; Assistant
                      Professor, Head and Program Director,
                      Toronto, Canada

dr. stephan chen                                            dr. dina dedi
                 Private Practice, President of the ITI                        Prosthodontist Specialist, director of
                 International Team of Implantology,                           aesthetic dentistry postgraduate
                 University of Melbourne, School of                            ­programmes at the UCL Eastman
                 Dentistry as Associate Professor,                              ­Dental ­Institute in London,
                 Melbourne, Australia                                            London, UK

   dr. isidoro cortell ballester                               dr. anthony dickinson
                 Private Practice,                                             Private Practice,
                 CIMIV Institute. Oral Surgery and                             Victoria, Australia
                 buccofacial Implantology Unit,
                 Casa de salud hospital,
                 Valencia, Spain

   dr. jose cortell ballester                                  prof. nikolaos donos, dds, ms, fhea, phd
                 Private Practice,                                             Chair of Periodontology & Implant
                 Valencia, Spain                                               ­Dentistry, Institute of ­Dentistry, Barts
                                                                               & The ­London School of Medicine
                                                                               & ­Dentistry, Queen Mary ­University
                                                                                of ­London, ­London, UK

   dr. cristina cuadrado                                       dr. julien ducommun
                 Private Practice,                                             Private Practice,
                 Madrid, Spain                                                 Department for Oral Surgery and
                                                                               Stomatology, Dental Clinic University of
                                                                               Bern, Switzerland

   dr. luis cuadrado                                           prof. karl dula
                 Private Practice,                                             Clinic for Oral Surgery and Stomatology,
                 Madrid, Spain                                                 Dental Clinic, University of Bern,
                                                                               Bern, Switzerland

D dr. rebecca davies                                        E prof. dr. sigrun eick
                 Private Practice,                                             Oral Microbiology, University of Bern,
                 Bristol, UK                                                   School of Dental Medicine,
                                                                               Bern, Switzerland

   dr. andré de souza, d.d.s.,                           dr. edgard el chaar
                 Assistant Professor at Tufts University,                      New York University College of Dentistry,
                 School of Dental Medicine,                                    Department of Periodontics and Implant
                 Boston MA, USA                                                Dentistry; Director of Advanced
                                                                               Education Program, Clinical Associate
                                                                               Professor, New York, USA

Our Speakers

        prof. dr. christopher evans                              dr. norbert fock, md dmd
                      Private Practice,                                            Private Practice,
                      Melbourne Dental School,                                     Vienna, Austria
                      Brighton, Australia

     F dr. joseph fava                                           ass. prof. george fokas
                      Prosthodontist, Clinical professor and                   Clinical Assistant Professor in Implant
                       Co-director of the Continuing Education                 Dentistry Faculty of Dentistry,
                       Implant Residency Program at the                        The ­University of Hong Kong,
                      ­University of Toronto,                                  Hong Kong
                      Toronto, Canada

        vincent fehmer                                           dr. marshall m. freilich
                      Master Dental Technician, Clinic for                     Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon,
                      Fixed Prosthodontics and B­ iomaterials,                 Toronto, Canada
                       Center for Dental and Medicine,
                      ­University of Geneva, Switzerland,
                      Geneva, Switzerland

        dr. koray feran                                          dr. david french
                      Private Practice,                                            Private Practice,
                      Bristol, UK                                                  Calgary, Canada

        dr. mirela feraru                                        dr. bernard friedland
                      Private Practice,                                            Assistant Professor of Oral M
                                                                                                               ­ edicine,
                      Tel Aviv, Israel                                              Infection, and Immunity and C­ linical
                                                                                   Associate in Harvard School of
                                                                                   ­Dental ­Medicine Clinic,
                                                                                    Boston, MA, USA

        dr. garry finelle                                        dr. peter fritz
                      Private Practice,                                            Periodontist in private practice,
                      Paris, France                                                Fonthill, Canada

        thomas flemmig                                           dr. ophir fromovich
                      Dean, Kingboard Professor in Advanced                        Private Practice,
                      Dentistry, Clinical Professor in                             Israel
                      ­Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry,
                      The ­University of Hong Kong,
                       Hong Kong

G dr. german gallucci                                          prof. christoph hämmerle
                 Chair, Department of Restorative                             Clinic of Fixed and Removable
                 ­Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences and                     Prosthodontics and Dental Material
                  Raymond J. and Elva Pomfret Nagle                           Science, Center of Dental Medicine,
                ­Associate Professor, Harvard School of                       University of Zurich
                  Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA

   dr. hamasat gheddaf, dam, dmd, dr. med. dent.               dr. ran herzberg
                Assistant ­Professor at Tufts University,                     Private Practice,
                School of Dental ­Medicine,                                   Tel Aviv, Israel
                Boston MA, USA

   dr. bernhard giesenhagen                                    dr. stephen ho
                Private Practice,                                             Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon,
                Kassel, Germany                                               Private Practice,
                                                                              Ontario, Canada

   dr. nikos gkranias                                          prof. dr. dr. alireza houshmand
                Senior Clinical Lecturer and Honorary                         Private Practice,
                Consultant in Periodontology Centre                           University Medical Center,
                for Oral Clinical Dentistry Bart’s and                        Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
                The Royal London School of Medicine
                and Dentistry, London, UK

   luiz h. gonzaga                                          J dr. martin janda
                Private Practice,                                             Private Practice,
                University of Florida, College of                             Lund, Sweden
                Dentistry, Clinical Assistant Professor,
                Florida, USA

   dra. raquel gonzález martinez                               dr. simone janner
                CIMIV Institute. Oral Surgery and                             Department of Oral Surgery and
                buccofacial Implantology Unit.                                ­ tomatology, University of Bern,
                Casa de salud hospital                                        School of Dental Medicine,
                Valencia, Spain                                               Bern, Switzerland

H dr. adam hamilton, bdsc, dcd                                 prof. lijian jin
                 Prosthodontist and lecturer in                               Modern Dental Laboratory P    ­ rofessor
                 ­restorative dentistry and biomaterial                        in Clinical Dental Science, Clinical
                 sciences, Harvard School of Dental                           ­Professor in Periodontology Faculty
                ­Medicine, Boston MA, USA                                      of Dentistry, The University of
                                                                               Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Our Speakers

        pd dr. tim joda                                           andrew legg
                      Department of Reconstructive                              The Campbell Academy, Director,
                      Dentistry and Gerodontology,                              Nottingham, UK
                      University of Bern, School of
                      Dental Medicine, Bern, Switzerland

        prof. ronald jung                                         dr. robin d. listrom
                      Clinic of Fixed and Removable                             Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon
                      Prosthodontics and Dental Material                        at Private Practice,
                      Science, Center of Dental Medicine,                       Toronto, Canada
                      University of Zurich

     K pd dr. dr. frank rudolf kloss                              dr. eduardo lorenzana
                      Private Practice,                                         Private Practice,
                      Lienz, Austria                                            Texas, USA

        ass. prof. chatchai kunavisarut                       M dr. hassan maghaireh
                      Assistant Professor in the Department                     Private Practice,
                      of Advanced General Dentistry, Faculty of                 Leeds, UK
                      Dentistry, Mahidol University, ­Thailand,
                      Deputy Dean of Graduate School,
                      Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

     L dr. ernest lam                                             dr. nikos mardas
                      University of Toronto,                                     Specialist in Periodontics, Senior Clinical
                      Faculty of D
                                 ­ entistry,                                     Lecturer & Honorary Consultant,
                      Toronto, Canada                                            Barts & The London School of
                                                                                ­Medicine & D ­ entistry, Queen Mary
                                                                                 ­University of London, London, UK

        prof. niklaus p. lang                                     dr. will martin
                      Professor of Implant Dentistry                            Clinical Professor in the Department
                      University of Hong Kong, Professor                        of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at
                      Emeritus, U
                                ­ niversity of Bern,                            the University of Florida's College
                      Bern, Switzerland                                         of Dentistry, Florida, USA

        dr. sang jin lee                                          prof. yukka matinlinna
                      Assistant Professor of Restorative                         Professor in Dental Materials
                      ­Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences,                     ­Science Faculty of Dentistry,
                       Harvard School of Dental Medicine,                       The University of Hong Kong,
                       Boston MA, USA                                            Hong Kong

ass. prof. nikos mattheos                                     dr. mital patel
                    Clinical Associate Professor in Implant                    Consultant and Honorary Senior C  ­ linical
                    Dentistry Faculty of Dentistry,                            Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at
                    The ­University of Hong Kong,                              The Royal London Dental Hospital
                    Hong Kong                                                  and Queen Mary University of London,
                                                                               London, UK

   anna mcdonagh                                                 dr. sergio piano
                    The Campbell Academy,                                         Private Practice, Clinic,
                    Nottingham, UK                                                Italy

   gregor mcglashan                                              dr. waldemar polido
                    The Campbell Academy,                                         Private Practice,
                    Nottingham, UK                                                Indiana University of Dentistry,
                                                                                  Indianapolis, USA

O dr. gérald mettraux                                            adrien pollini
                    Private Practice,                                             Private Practice,
                    Bern, Switzerland                                             University of Louisville, Oral Health and
                                                                                  Kentucky, USA

P dr. dean morton                                             R ass. prof. edmond pow
                    Private Practice,                                          Clinical Associate Professor in
                    Indiana University School of Dentistry,                    ­Prosthodontics Faculty of Dentistry,
                    Professor and Head of the Department                       The University of Hong Kong,
                    of Prosthodontics,                                          Hong Kong
                    Indianapolis, USA

   dr. rob oretti                                                neil poyser
                    Private Practice,                                             The Campbell Academy, Consultant,
                    Bristol, UK                                                   Nottingham, UK

   dr. dds, ms, phd, panos papaspryidakos                        pd dr. christoph a. ramseier
                    Private Practice, Assistant Professor                         Department of Periodontics,
                    at Tufts University, School of Dental                         Dental Clinics, University of Bern,
                    Medicine and visiting Assistant                               Bern, Switzerland
                    Professor at Universigty of Rochester
                    Medical Center, Boston, USA

Our Speakers

        dr. alfonso rao                                           prof. martin schimmel
                      Dip Dent Chieti / Dip Implant Dentistry                    Department of Reconstructive Dentistry
                      (Eastman), Master Clinician Program                        and Gerodontology, University of Bern,
                      Implant Dentistry (GIDE),                                  School of Dental Medicine,
                      Master ­Endodontic (Italy),                                Bern, Switzerland
                      Bristol, UK

        prof. dr. dr. daniel rothamel                             prof. anton sculean
                      Head of Department, Oral and Maxillofa-                     Chairman of the Department of
                      cial Plastic Surgery, Johanniter Hospital                   ­Periodontology, School of Dental
                      Bethesda Mönchengladbach and Associ-                       ­Medicine, University of Bern,
                      ate Professor, Heinrich-Heine University                     Bern, Switzerland
                      Düsseldorf, Mönchengladbach, Germany

        dr. dominique rousson                                     dr. beatrice siegrist
                      Instructor in Restorative Dentistry and                    Department of P  ­ eriodontology,
                      Biomaterials Sciences, Part-time,                          ­Univesity of Bern,
                      ­Harvard School of Dental Medicine,                         Bern, Switzerland
                       Boston MA, USA

        dr. morley s. rubinoff                                    prof. shakeel shahdad
                      Prosthodontist, Private Practice,                          Consultant and Honorary Clinical
                      Toronto, Canada                                            ­ enior Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry
                                                                                 at The Royal London Dental Hospital,
                                                                                 ­Private Practice in London,
                                                                                  London, UK

     S prof. giovanni e. salvi                                    prof. dr. dr. ralf smeets
                      Department of Periodontics,                                Private Practice,
                      Dental Clinics, University of Bern,                        University Medical Center,
                      Bern, Switzerland                                          Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany

        dr. beatrice sanchez                                      dr. donald somerville
                      The Campbell Academy,                                     Specialist in Prosthodontics
                      Dental Surgeon,                                           in ­private practice,
                      Nottingham, UK                                            Toronto, Canada

        dr. andrea sánchez                                        dr. eszter somogyi-ganss
                      Digital Specialist,                                       Prosthodontist University of Toronto,
                      Madrid, Spain                                             Faculty of Dentistry,
                                                                                Toronto, Canada

dr. alexandra stähli                                          dr. dr. sascha virnik
                 Private Practice,                                             Private Practice, Clinic,
                 Department of Peridontology, University                       Klagenfurt, Austria
                 of Bern, School of Dental Medicine,
                 Bern, Switzerland

   dr. charlotte stilwell                                        prof. thomas von arx
                 Private Practice,                                             Department of Oral Surgery, University
                 London, UK                                                    of Bern, School of Dental Medicine,
                                                                               Bern, Switzerland

   dr. valérie suter                                             per vult von steyern
                  Department of Oral Surgery and                               Faculty of Odontology, Malmö,
                 ­Stomatology, University of Bern,                             Department of Materials science
                  School of Dental Medicine,                                   and Technology,
                  Bern, Switzerland                                            Malmö, Sweden

T dr. nikos tatarakis                                         W dr. beat wallkamm
                 Specialist for Periodontics in Private                        Private Practice,
                 Practice, Clinical Research Fellow at                         Langenthal, Switzerland
                  ­Centre for Oral Clinical Research of the
                   Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary
                 ­University of London, London, UK

   prof. dr. dr. gabor tepper                                    ms. karen walker
                 Private Practice,                                             Private Practice,
                 Vienna, Austria                                               The Campbell Academy
                                                                               Nottingham, UK

V dr. tomaso cristian vercellotti                                dr. claudia wellman
                 Periodontist,                                                 Private Practice,
                 Genova, Italy                                                 Queen Mary and University of London
                                                                               London, UK

   verónica vidal                                                dr. hans-peter weber
                 Laboratory Specialist,                                        Professor and Chair of the
                 Madrid, Spain                                                 Department of Prosthodontics,
                                                                               Tufts School of ­Dental Medicine,
                                                                               Boston, MA, USA

Our Speakers

     prof. peter windisch                                 alexander wunsche
                   Private practice,                                    Dental Technician, Zahntechnique
                   University Budapest,                                 ­Dental Lab,
                   Budapest, Hungary                                    Miami, USA

     prof. daniel wismeijer                               patrick zimmermann
                  Private practice,                                    Dental Technician, Zahnmanufaktur
                  Amsterdam, The Netherlands                           Zimmermann & Mäder AG,
                                                                       Bern, Switzerland

     pr dr. julia wittneben matter                     Z prof. dr. giovanni zucchelli, dds phd
                   Division of Fixed Prosthodontics,                    Professor of Periodontology at
                   University of Bern, School of                        the University of Bologna,
                   Dental Medicine,                                     Bologna, Italy
                   Bern, Switzerland

     dr. benedicta wong
                   Private Practice,

International Course
   Calendar 2019

Straumann® Smart
     Immerse to succeed.

            CLASSROOM                                  ONLINE                               MENTORING
             TRAINING                                 TRAINING
      An onsite curriculum combining           An unique online education               One-to-one supervision by
      clinical education and practical          platform allowing dentists           experienced implantologists to
      product training tailored to the       to update their knowledge 24/7.           build confidence and provide
             needs of starters.                                                               peace of mind.

        SIMPLE PRODUCT                             LAB                                   PRACTICE AND
           PORTFOLIO                           COMMUNICATION                          PATIENT MARKETING
         Helps reduce complexity               Guidelines on when and                  Training and demonstration
       by initially introducing only a        what to communicate to the           materials for patient consultation as
      limited number of key products.             dental technician.                well as tools for online and offline
                                                                                            practice marketing.

            Do you want to register for or learn more about Smart? Please contact local Straumann subsidiaries.

Centers of Excellence for Education

ORIS Academy in Stavanger is Straumanns
Center of Excellence and act as a training
center for Immediacy treatments
The Straumann Centers of Excellence for Education are dental clinics selected for their ability to conduct
high-level training and mentoring activities in the fields of oral rehabilitation and esthetic dentistry. The
principle of this continuous education consists of addressing real life dental problems and producing
treatment modalities that have a patient-centered approach.

Each Straumann Center of Excellence is part of a         The external courses have been very popular and
global education network spreading over 5 conti-         well received both on an educational and social
nents. This insures for clinical and educational best    level. They use their own internal resources and
practice sharing, which consequently fuels each          clinicians to pass on and share knowledge, whilst
Straumann Center of Excellence both individually         keeping things fun and interesting. This allows
and collectively. This is why our training and educa-    everyone visiting Oris Academy to grow and stay
tion for immediate and full edentulous treatment         connected as part of active and expanding profes-
protocols at these Centres of Excellence are truly       sional team.
                                                         At Oris Academy many courses are held per year that
Oris Dental is extremely proud of its educational        include; hands-on surgery and training, lectures and
activities that culminate as the Oris Academy. Their     live treatment. Academy speakers are clinicians with
tailor-made course program is for Oris employees         both breadth and depth of experience and knowl-
and includes shadowing other dentists at other           edge within all fields of dental implantology.
Oris clinics in Norway.

  For more information on educational events: & education/local and
  international courses
  Tel +47 22 35 44 88
Master Course on the Bernese Concept
              for the Treatment of Periodontally
  EN          Compromised Patients

              course overview The aim of this course is to provide general den-           bern, switzerland
              tists and specialists with an evidence based concept on the treatment
                                                                                          location―School of Dental Medicine,
   25         of periodontally compromised patient. Starting with an overview on
 credits                                                                                  André Schroeder Auditorium,
              the anatomy, microbiology, etiology and pathogenesis, the course
                                                                                          Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,
              encompasses the most important aspects in diagnosis, treatment
              planning, nonsurgical and surgical therapy, use of systemic and local
              antibiotics, lasers and photodynamic therapy in the overall frame of a
                                                                                          date―January 16–18, 2019
 lecture      comprehensive treatment concept. The various phases of periodontal
              therapy (i.e. systemic, hygienic, corrective and maintenance) includ-
                                                                                          duration―3 days
              ing implant therapy in periodontally compromised dentition and their
                                                                                          host―Center for Continuing
              longterm maintenance will be demonstrated on complex clinical cases.
                                                                                          Dental Education
              Hands-on workshops and live surgeries will help to acquire in-depth
              knowledge about the novel methods in nonsurgical and surgical
              ­periodontal therapy including the use of various types of ultrasonics,     fee―CHF 3200
  live        ­air-flow, perio-flow, lasers, photodynamic therapy, incision techniques,   CHF 2000 (for post-doc students,
              flap designs and suturing techniques aiming to treat the defects            only with confirmation of the university)
              caused by periodontal and peri-implant infections.                          (Fee includes course materials,
                                                                                          PDF handouts of all presentations,
              course topics include                                                       coffee breaks, dinner.)
              ѹѹ Anatomy of periodontal and peri-implant tissues                          target group―GP, Specialists
              ѹѹ Biology of periodontal and peri-implant wound healing                    speakers―Prof. Dr. Anton S
                                                                                                                   ­ culean,
              ѹѹ Etiology, prevalence, microbiology and pathogenesis of ­periodontal      Prof. Dr. Sofia Aroca, Prof. Dr. ­Dieter
                 and peri-implant diseases                                                D. B
                                                                                             ­ osshardt, Prof. Dr. Sigrun Eick,
              ѹѹ Periodontitis and systemic diseases                                      Prof. Dr. Giovanni E. Salvi,
              ѹѹ Treatment planning / Case presentations                                  PD Dr. C
                                                                                                 ­ hristoph A. Ramseier,
              ѹѹ Nonsurgical periodontal therapy / old and new concepts                   Dr. Gérald ­Mettraux, Dr. ­Beatrice Siegrist,
              ѹѹ Use of systemic and local antibiotics in the treament of p
                                                                          ­ eriodontal    ­Bernita Bush, ­Dental Hygienist (RDH BS)
                 and peri-implant infections
              ѹѹ Lasers and photodynamic therapy in the treatment of periodontal          registration and information―
                 and peri-implant infections                                              Center for Continuing Dental Education
              ѹѹ Diagnosis and treatment of endo-perio lesions                            Mr. Ueli Nacht
              ѹѹ Chemical plaque control /novel strategies for biofilm management         Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12
              ѹѹ Flap designs and suturing techniques for resective or reconstructive     Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14
                 periodontal surgery                                            
              ѹѹ Crown lengthening in anterior and posterior areas              
              ѹѹ Management of furcations
              ѹѹ Implants in periodontally compromised patient
              ѹѹ Diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases
              ѹѹ Risk assessment and maintenance
              Live surgeries demonstrating various surgical techniques for anterior
              and posterior areas including treatment of peri-implantitis will illus-
              trate the techniques presented in the theoretical part and in hands-on

The Year Implant Course


course description This course will provide a comprehensive foun-           nottingham, uk
dation in implant dentistry covering both theoretical and practThe ical
                                                                            location―The Campbell Academy
elements of the discipline giving delegates the confidence they need                                                        70
                                                                            73 Loughborough Road, West Bridgford       credits
to begin placing implants at their own practice
                                                                            Nottingham NG2 7JS

course topics
                                                                            date―see table
ѹѹ The Scientific Basis of Implantology
                                                                            duration―12 days
ѹѹ Management of the dental Implant Patient                                                                            lecture
                                                                            host―The Campbell Academy
ѹѹ Basic Surgical skills, Implant complications and medico legal aspects
ѹѹ Treatment Planning
ѹѹ Implant surgery – live placements                                        fee―GBP 9000                              hands-on
ѹѹ Restorative Stages                                                       target group―GP
                                                                            max number of participants–24
ѹѹ Introduction to Advanced and Complex Implantology
                                                                            speakers―Dr. Colin Campbell,
                                                                            Dr. Andy Legg, Dr. Colin Burns,             live
course objectives
                                                                            Dr. Micheal Bornstein, Dr. Neil Poyser,
By the end of the course each delegate will:
                                                                            Dr. Chris Barrow, Dr. Beatrice Sanchez,
ѹѹ Have a good foundation knowledge of the scientific basis of
                                                                            Ms. Karen Walker, Dr. Gregor McGlashan,
   implant denstry.
                                                                            Dr. Ann McDonagh
ѹѹ Be able to assess patients comprehensively with a view to provid-
   ing dental implants as a treatment option. This will include appro-
                                                                            registration and information―
   priate special tests, the ability to report CBCT scans, and be able to
                                                                            The Campbell Academy
   apply this to multi-disciplinary patient cases.
                                                                            Phone: +44 (0) 115 9823 919
ѹѹ Be able to provide straightforward implant surgical treatment
   to patients under supervision, including all planning aspects and
   post-operative care (in accordance with the SAC classification).

ѹѹ Be able to provide restorative treatments to straightforward
   implant cases, including single units and straightforward bridge
   work. This will include impression taking, abutment selection and
   restoration selection.
ѹѹ Have an appreciation on how dental implants can be used within
   their own practices to provide more comprehensive care to their
   patients and market this accordingly

course dates
 Module                      Dates                           Format
 Days 1 – 2                  24th – 25th January             Didactic
 Days 3 – 4                  7th – 8th March                 Didactic
 Days 5 – 6                  2nd – 3rd May                   Didactic
 Day 7 – Clinical day 1      24th May                        Clinical
 Days 8 – 9                  27th – 28th June                Didactic
 Day 10 – Clinical Day 2     6th September                   Clinical
 Day 11 – Clinical Day3      27th September                  Clinical
 Day 12                      18th October                    Didactic

Dental Implant Advanced Course


              course description The main aim of this intensive 10 day course          bristol, uk
              is to educate Delegates who have previously placed dental implants
                                                                                       location―Queen Square
   70         but want to take their skills to a more advanced level. You will learn
 credits                                                                               Dental Clinic, Bristol
              everything from immediate placements, CBCT reporting to sinus lifting.

                                                                                       date―see table
              course topics
                                                                                       duration―10 days
              ѹѹ Place an implant predictably
                                                                                       host―Delta Dental Academy
 lecture      ѹѹ Preserve bone
              ѹѹ Maintain soft tissue correctly
              ѹѹ Achieve optimal aesthetics                                            fee―GBP 7500
              ѹѹ Diagnose your case                                                    target group―GP
              ѹѹ Treatment plan                                                        max number of participants–8
                                                                                       speakers―Dr. Alfonso Rao,
              ѹѹ Bone Graft
                                                                                       Dr. Koray Feran,
              ѹѹ Diagnose and treat complications
  live                                                                                 Dr. Rob Oretti,
              ѹѹ Manage and document your case from diagnosis to delivery              Dr. Rebecca Davies
              ѹѹ The course will include: Placement of 3-5 Dental Implants – Sinus
                 Lifting – CBCT Scan Interpretation – Digital Workflow                 registration and information―
                                                                                       Delta Dental Academy
                                                                                       Phone: +44 (0) 117 911 7249
              course dates
               Module                      Dates
               Module 1                    1st – 2nd February
               Module 2                    8th – 9th March
               Module 3                    17th May
               Module 4                    18th May
               Module 5                    21st – 22nd June
               Module 6                    13th – 14th September

Watch the experts – Periodontology                                                                                        EN
Regenerative and Plastic-Esthetic Periodontal Surgery,
Peri-Implantitis Surgery

course overview During one week the participants will have the              bern, switzerland
possibility to follow the experts during the daily routine including non-
                                                                            location–zmk bern, University of Bern,
surgical and surgical periodontal and peri-implant treatment proce-
                                                                            3010 Bern, Switzerland
dures based on the Bernese synoptic treatment concept. A substantial                                                   live
part of the time will be dedicated to direct observation and/or assis-
                                                                            date―see table
tance during conventional, regenerative and plastic-esthetic periodon-
                                                                            duration―5 days
tal and/or peri-implant surgical procedures.
                                                                            host―Center for Continuing
Presentation of clinical cases will complete the program.
                                                                            Dental Education
Following this course, the participants will gain a more thorough under-
standing of the Bernese synoptic treatment concept for the successful
management of the various periodontal and peri-implant conditions.

                                                                            fee―CHF 1500
course topics include
                                                                            target group―GP, Specialists
Surgical techniques
                                                                            max number of participants–4 per
• Pocket reduction surgery
 Regenerative periodontal surgery using various biomaterials,
                                                                            speakers―Prof. Dr. Anton Sculean,
 enamel matrix proteins and GTR
                                                                            Prof. Dr. Giovanni E. Salvi,
• Surgical procedures for the treatment of single and multiple gingival
                                                                            PD Dr. Christoph A. Ramseier,
                                                                            Dr. Alexandra Stähli
• Surgical procedures for the treatment of peri-implantitis

                                                                            registration and information―
 Module                      Dates
                                                                            Center for Continuing Dental Education
 Course I                    4th – 8th February (booked out)
                                                                            Mr. Ueli Nacht
 Course II                   8th – 12th April
                                                                            Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12
 Course III                  8th – 12th July
                                                                            Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14
 Course IV                   26th – 30th August
 Course V                    18th – 22nd November

The Year Two Implant Course


              course description This course is to provide a pathway for dentists                       nottingham, uk
              to reach in excess of 50 implants per year and to travel from straight
                                                                                                        location―The Campbell Academy
   90         forward to complex implant cases. The Year Two Implant Course is the
 credits                                                                                                73 Loughborough Road, West Bridgford
              next step in providing this pathway.
                                                                                                        Nottingham NG2 7JS

              course topics
              ѹѹ 15 days of teaching including 3 clinical mentoring days                                date―see table
                                                                                                        duration―15 days
 lecture      ѹѹ A course which is heaped full of hands on and practical elements
                                                                                                        host―The Campbell Academy
              ѹѹ A 3 day CBCT Master Class
              ѹѹ An interactive, fluid, movable programme which responds to the
                 needs of individuals.
hands-on      ѹѹ An exception faculty and state-of-the-art training facilities                          fee―GBP 12000
              ѹѹ Online collaboration and discussion between delegates and faculty                      target group―GP
                 in between course modules                                                              max number of participants–24
                                                                                                        speakers―Dr. Colin Campbell,
  live        course objectives                                                                         Dr. Andy Legg, Dr. Colin Burns,
              ѹѹ To consolidate previous implant learning and revisit the aspects of                    Dr. Micheal Bornstein,
                 straightforward cases                                                                  Dr. Beatrice Sanchez
              ѹѹ To expand treatment planning skills into more advanced cases
                 focusing on careful risk assessment and patient selection                              registration and information―
              ѹѹ To become competent in CBCT interpreting and reporting with our                        The Campbell Academy
                 3 Day CBCT Master Class with Michael Bornstein                                         Phone: +44 (0) 115 9823 919
              ѹѹ Introduce advanced concepts via our 3 Day Live Skills courses                
                 which include Aesthetic Live Skills, Sinus Grafting and Immediate            
                 Full Arch Loading.
              ѹѹ To have access to further implant Master Classes with national and
                 international experts.
              ѹѹ Allow flexibility for delegates to map their preferred implant
                 career pathway.
              ѹѹ To help and support delegates towards the RCS Edinburgh Diploma
                 in Implant Dentistry.

              course dates
               Module                                 Dates                                Format
               Day 1: Course Introduction             8th February                         Didactic
               Day 2, 3 & 4: CECT Essentials Course   9th and 10th May & 4th October       Didactic
               Day 5,6 & 7: Live Skills course        Dependant on your choice of course   Didactic /
               Day 8, 9 & 10: Live Skills course      Dependant on your choice of course   Didactic /
               Day 11: One Day Master Class           Dependant on your choice of course   Didactic
               Day 12 - Clinical Mentoring Day        14th June                            Clinical
               Day 13 - Clinical Mentoring Day        20th September                       Clinical
               Day 14 - Clinical Mentoring Day        11th October                         Clinical
               Day 15 - Course wrap-up & close        8th November                         Didactic

Watch the experts – Implant Surgery                                                                                     EN


course overview This special CE course has received a big interest        bern, switzerland
in recent years. The colleagues have the chance to observe the surgi-
                                                                          location―School of Dental Medicine,
cal experts, when they perform the various surgical procedures in our
                                                                          André Schroeder Auditorium,
operating rooms. In addition, the use of CBCT will be demonstrated for                                               live
                                                                          Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,
various indications. A maximum of three participants per course are
able to closely watch our experts for 2 weeks. Following this unique CE
course, you will have a thorough understanding of the biologic prin-
                                                                          date―see table
ciples of applied surgical techniques including the step-by-step pro-
                                                                          duration―10 days
                                                                          host―Center for Continuing
                                                                          Dental Education
course topics include
Surgical techniques
• Standard implant placement with or withou flap elevation
• Flapless implant placement, computer-assisted
• Implant placement with or without GBR                                   fee―CHF 3000
• Sinus floor elevation procedures (window, osteotome technique)          target group―GP, Specialists
• Ridge augmentation with GBR and autogenous block grafts                 max number of participants–
• Removal of wisdom teeth                                                 3 per course
• Apical microsurgery (with microscope and endoscope)                     speakers―Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser,
• Laser surgery in oral medicine                                          Prof. Dr. Thomas von Arx,
                                                                          Prof. Dr. Vivianne Chappuis,
 Module                       Dates                                       Dr. Simone Janner, Dr. Valérie Suter,
 Course I                     18th February – 1st March                   Dr. Julien Ducommun
 Course II                    8th – 19th April
 Course III                   20th – 31st May                             registration and information―
                                                                          Center for Continuing Dental Education
                                                                          Mr. Ueli Nacht
                                                                          Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12
                                                                          Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14

Understanding Implant Complications:
            a comprehensive practical Master Course!
  EN        course overview Increasing application of dental implants has resulted
language                                                                                      bangkok, thailand
            not only in a significant increase in the frequency, but also complexity of
            problems we encounter with implant patients. Given the invasiveness and           location―Bangkok Hospital, Thailand
            cost of implant therapy, as well as the patients’ expectations, implant com-
   6        plications can jeopardise treatment success and significantly affect patients’    date―Course I: March 06–07, 2019
 credits    satisfaction and trust. Typically implant complications have been classified as   Course II: March 08–09, 2019
            biological (mainly involving inflammation or pathology of the peri-implant tis-   duration―2 days
            sues) and technical (involving the various implant or prosthesis components).     host―Bangkok Hospital, Straumann
            These two major groups of complications have been traditionally examined
            as separate and non-related pathologies. Nevertheless, increasing evidence
            points to the close interrelation between biology and technology. Whether
            clinically manifested as screw loosening, Veneer chipping or plaque induced
            peri-implantitis, very often, a biological problem could be the underlying        fee―USD 790 (lecture) or
            factor for a technical failure and vice versa. Consequently, understanding of     USD 1200 (lecture and workshop)
hands-on                                                                                      Early Bird by 11th January:
            both biological pathogenic mechanisms, technical limitations as well proper
            comprehensive pre-therapeutically treatment planning is the key for the pre-      USD 690 (lecture),
            vention and successful management of implant complications.                       USD 805 (lecture and workshop)
                                                                                              target group―GP, Specialists
            course topics
                                                                                              speakers―Clinical Associate Professor
                                                                                              Nikos Mattheos,
            ѹѹ Implant Complications: The Interdependence of Biology and Technology.
                                                                                              Associate Professor Martin Janda
            ѹѹ The Surgical and Prosthodontic interplay in the development of most
               common complications of implant therapy.
                                                                                              registration and information―
            ѹѹ Peri-implant tissue inflammation and complications from the soft tissue
            ѹѹ Bio-Technical Complications                                                    https://mastercoursebkk-complication2019.
            ѹѹ Reasons why the complications occur                                  
            ѹѹ How to prevent and Manage these complications
            ѹѹ Biological complications
                1. Surgical treatment of peri-implantitis
                2. Flap design, implant disinfection using Ti brushes and maintenance kit
                3. Soft and hard tissue augmentation techniques
            ѹѹ Technical complications
                1. Handling of a worn screw head
                2. How to remove a fractured screw or a bend screw
                3. How to remove a cement retained crown
                4. Extra tips! How to cement a crown
            course objectives
            This hands-on, evidence-based yet highly practical course will adopt a compre-
            hensive and inquisitive point of view, aiming to identify the common underly-
            ing factors of the most frequent types of problems encountered with dental
            implant treatments, whether this is technical or biological. Guided by actual
            patient cases, we will investigate the interrelation between the biological and
            technical causes and design the proper strategies for the prevention, the early
            diagnosis and management of implant related problems. Finally, the course
            will include two extensive hands-on sessions, where participants will have
            the chance to practice complex procedures related to the management of
            1) technical complications such as screw fracture etc. and 2) the design and
            execution of peri-implantitis surgical interventions.
Immediate implantation and immediate
loading in edentulous patients                                                                                         level

course description BLX Immediate implantation & immediate                 vienna, austria                            language
loading in edentulous patients. Conference - practical course - with
                                                                          location―Hotel Sofitel, Praterstrasse 1,
several live-surgeries
                                                                          1020 Vienna
                                                                          practice–Prof. Tepper, Rennbahnweg 13,
course topics
                                                                          1220 Vienna                                 lecture
ѹѹ Straumann® BLX implants

                                                                          date―March 11th 2019
course objectives                                                         (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Gabor Tepper &
In this course, you will learn how you can benefit from these effec-      Dr. Ophir Fromovich)                       hands-on
tive concepts and change your view of implantology. The speakers will     April 12th 2019
explain the surgical as well as the prosthetic procedure systematically   (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Gabor Tepper &
– changing your whole concept of implant dentistry.                       Dr. David Garcia Baeza
                                                                          May 17th 2019
                                                                          (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Gabor Tepper &
                                                                          Dr. Sergio Piano)
                                                                          October 11th 2019
                                                                          (with Prof. Dr. Dr. Gabor Tepper &
                                                                          Dr. Dr. Sascha Vimik)

                                                                          duration―1 day

                                                                          fee―EUR 1950
                                                                          target group―Specialist
                                                                          max number of participants–20

                                                                          registration and information―
                                                                          Straumann GmbH Austria,
                                                                          Slaven Krajinovic,
                                                                          +43/1/29 406 60 18

EN          Immediate Rehabilitation in atrophic maxillars:
              Straumann® ProArch
              course description Oral rehabilitation through the placement            valencia, spain
              of angulated implants is a useful and predictable procedure as an
                                                                                      location―CIMIV Institute. Oral Surgery
              alternative to more invasive procedures of bone augmentation.
                                                                                      and buccofacial Implantology Unit. Casa
              In this case study, that will take place in a hospital venue, we will
                                                                                      de salud hospital
              expose the step-by-step technique for the rehabilitation of the
              atrophic maxilla using angulated implants with the Straumann
                                                                                      date―April, 2019
              ProArch system.
                                                                                      duration―2 days
                                                                                      host―CIMIV Institute
              course topics
              ѹѹ Planning and description of the surgical technique
              ѹѹ Anatomy of the operative area in the upper maxilla and
                                                                                      fee―EUR 1800
              ѹѹ Study of radiological anatomy
                                                                                      target group―GP, Specialist (oral
  live        ѹѹ Scheduled surgical interventions                                     surgeons)
              ѹѹ Operating rooms at the casa                                          max number of participants–6
              ѹѹ Pre-anesthetic study                                                 speakers―Dr. Isidoro Cortell Ballester,
              ѹѹ Endovenous sedation techniques                                       Dr. Jose Cortell Ballester,
              ѹѹ Prevention and management of anesthetic complications                Dra. Raquel González Martinez
              ѹѹ Management of complication of the placement of angulated
                 implants in the upper maxilla and mandible                           registration and information―
              ѹѹ Postoperative study on CBCT of the interventions performed           CIMIV Institute
              ѹѹ Laboratory procedures for immediate loading                          MS. Rosa Sebastiá
              ѹѹ Placement of immediate prosthesis in the operated patients           Phone: 963 811846 / 689 400 624
              course objectives
              We will approach form the preoperative planning, with special atten-
              tion to the detailed anatomy through the CBCT study, intraoperative
              action and we will finish the course with the preparation and place-
              ment of the immediate prosthesis.
              There will be 3 live surgical interventions, broadcast in streaming,
              with the assistance and participation in the operating room of 2 stu-
              dents per intervention.

Full Digital: Same Day Immediate Loading                                                                                     EN
A Straumann® ProArch Course

course overview Treating fully edentulous patients has always been          madrid, spain
challenging yet modern dental implant solutions, such as S
                                                         ­ traumann®
                                                                            location―i2 Implantología
ProArch, provide clinicians with a simplified and reliable way to address
                                                                            ­Learning Center,
the challenge.
                                                                            Calle Nuñez de Balboa 88
Straumann® ProArch is focused on treatment of fully edentulous              28006 Madrid, Spain                        hands-on
patients using fixed restorations and immediate loading protocols. The
solution has been designed to address patient specific needs, including     date―Contact your Straumann
their expectations, different clinical and anatomical situations, as well   ­Representative
as their financial resources.                                               time―09:00–19:00h (day 1)                    live
                                                                            09:00–14:00h (day 2)
course topics include                                                       duration―2 days
1. H ow to select and diagnose a fully edentulous patient
    under the ProArch concept                                               fee―EUR 1500
2. Surgical technique                                                       target group―The course is offered
3. ProArch same day immediate loading solutions                             to dentists and maxillofacial surgeons
4.	The use of the TRIOS intraoral scanner in ProArch cases, ­              with surgical experience. Upon request,
    temporary and definitive prostheses
                                                                            a special parallel program focused on
5.	The ProArch prosthetic treatment:
                                                                            dental technicians can be offered.
    same day PMMA full arch design and production
                                                                            speakers―Dr. Luis Cuadrado,
6. All the adds-on while on treatment
                                                                            Dr. Arturo Godoy, Dr. Cristina Cuadrado,
7. Communication with the lab on a full digital workflow
                                                                            Dr. Andrea Sánchez, Verónica Vidal
This course will cover:
1.	The preoperative phase: looking for the best esthetics                 registration and information―
      and f­ unction full digital and conventional                
2.	The surgery with special focus on the full digital approach             Phone +34 915 62 44 64 or contact
     ­starting with the intraoral scanner                                   your Straumann ­Representative
3.	The immediate full digital arch, same day, rehabilitation.
      Design, production and installation
4. The final full arch full digital bridge
5.	The technology: TRIOS intraoral scanner, software,
   CAD software, milling, printing

course objectives The purpose of the course is to share with parti­
cipants deep theoretical knowledge and practical experience in treat-
ment of fully edentulous patients using Straumann® ProArch surgical
and prosthetic protocols.
The extensive usage of full digital workflow and same day immediate
loading performed under strict conditions and intensively practiced
at the i2 Clinic creates a new implant dentistry focused on individual
patients and their needs.
During the course, participants will learn step-by-step indications,
patient selection, advanced diagnosis, and surgical and prosthetic
treatment with a complete digital workflow. The proprietary treat-
ment protocol designed at i2 Clinic that takes advantage of the full
digital workflow, including the intraoral scanner, will be used in live
surgeries and taught to the participants.

Straumann® ProArch Course


           course description This interactive course is designed for             bristol, uk
           dental implant surgeons to be able to diagnose and provide an
                                                                                  location―Queen Square
   16      immediate functional and aesthetic tooth replacement with pre-
 credits                                                                          Dental Clinic, Bristol
           dictability. You will be able to select suitable cases and plan each
           one for a fixed highly aesthetic, functional and immediate tooth
                                                                                  date―April 5th – 6th, 2019
                                                                                  duration―2 days
                                                                                  host―Delta Dental Academy
 lecture   course topics
           The two-day course, led by Dr Alfonso Rao, gives delegates a com-
           prehensive understanding of ProArch immediate placement and
           loading, including:                                                    fee―GBP 1800
hands-on   ѹѹ An in-depth discussion of the ProArch concept                       target group―GP
           ѹѹ Opportunities to select suitable cases and plan each one for        max number of participants–10
              a fixed, highly aesthetic, functional and immediate full-arch       speakers―Dr. Alfonso Rao
           ѹѹ Practice on models                                                  registration and information―
           ѹѹ Assisting in a live surgery with Dr Rao                             Delta Dental Academy
                                                                                  Phone: +44 (0) 117 911 7249
           course objectives
           ѹѹ To become familiar with the history and principles of the
              ProArch technique
           ѹѹ To understand the principles of treatment planning a ProArch
           ѹѹ To see and become familiar with the planning stages for a
              ProArch procedure
           ѹѹ To see the surgical placement and immediate loading of a sin-
              gle jaw

           ѹѹ To understand the ProArch concept and planning from initial
           ѹѹ To see the surgical and restorative stages for the ProArch
           ѹѹ Incorporates hands-on learning

Master Course for the Management
of Esthetic Implant Failures                                                                                      level

An interactive 3-day course with Live Surgeries                                                                       EN

course overview In the past 10 years, esthetic implant ­failures        bern, switzerland
have significantly increased. Most of these failures are caused by
                                                                        location―School of Dental Medicine,
inproper treatment quality of involved clinicians. The most important                                                 25
                                                                        André Schroeder Auditorium,               credits
causes for esthetic failures are malpositioned implants, the utiliza-
                                                                        Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern,
tion of oversized implants, the wrong number of implants, surgical
protocols which overstress the healing potential of the t­ issues, or
cemented implant restorations, which cause peri-implant infections
                                                                        date―May 01–03, 2019
due to excess of cement.                                                                                         lecture
                                                                        duration―3 days
This 3-day CE course will first present the treatment concepts how
                                                                        host―Center for Continuing
to deal with esthetic disaster cases, how to remove osseointegrated
                                                                        Dental Education
implants, how to correct missing keratinized mucosa, and how to                                                    live
retreat these patients with implant therapy. On the third day, the
Bernese surgical and prosthetic concepts will be demonstrated
how to prevent esthetic implant complications. Besides more than
                                                                        fee―CHF 3200
15 ­lectures, 5 to 6 live surgeries will be presented to document
                                                                        CHF 1800 (for post-doc students,
­important steps of therapy.
                                                                        only with confirmation of university)
                                                                        (Fee includes course materials,
course topics include
                                                                        PDF handouts of all presentations,
ѹѹ Welcome, objectives of the course and introduction into the topic
                                                                        coffee breaks, dinner.)
ѹѹ What is an esthetic implant restoration?
                                                                        target group―Dentists
ѹѹ Causes of esthetic implant failures                                  speakers―Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser,
ѹѹ Biology of bone healing in membrane-protected defects                Prof. Dr. Urs C. Belser,
ѹѹ How to remove failed implants in the esthetic zone, surgical         Prof. Dr. Anton Sculean,
   treatment options in esthetic implant failures                       Prof. Dr. Dieter Bosshardt,
ѹѹ Soft tissue grafting techniques in cases of failed implants          Prof. Dr. Thomas von Arx,
ѹѹ Well documented surgical protocols for implant ­placement            Prof. Dr. Vivianne Chappuis
   in a correct 3D position, combined with simultaneous
   ­Contour ­Augmentation using GBR                                     registration and information―
ѹѹ Well documented prosthetic protocols for implant restorations        Center for Continuing Dental Education
   in the esthetic zone                                                 Mr. Ueli Nacht
ѹѹ Post-extraction bone and soft tissue alterations                     Phone: +41 (0) 313 12 43 12
ѹѹ Surgical and prosthetic procedures for single tooth replacement      Fax: +41 (0) 313 12 43 14
   with implant supported crowns                              
ѹѹ Surgical and prosthetic procedures in extended edentulous  
   spaces with multiple missing teeth
ѹѹ The power of pink ceramics

Full Arch Implant Live Skills in association with
              Straumann® ProArch

              course description Immediate Full Arch Loading is one of the             nottingham, uk
              most sought after treatments in the UK. Unfortunately some com-
                                                                                       location―The Campbell Clinic &
   18         panies and clinics have used this treatment as a one-size-fits-all
 credits                                                                               Brewhouse and Kitchen, Nottingham
              straightforward treatment. This has lead to problems and compli-
                                                                                       date―May 09–11, 2019
              Make no mistake, full arch implant reconstruction is difficult but if
                                                                                       duration―3 days
              carefully executed can be extremely rewarding.
                                                                                       host―The Campbell Academy
 lecture      Running in the same style as our other live skills courses, the Full
              Arch Implant Live Skills course will give experienced implant surgeons
              training in all aspects of immediate full arch loading.
              From planning to surgery, the provisional restoration and through to
                                                                                       fee―GBP 3150
hands-on      the final reconstruction, we will look at how this treatment can be
                                                                                       target group―GP
              carried out carefully and predictably on the RIGHT patients.
                                                                                       max number of participants–10
                                                                                       speakers―Dr. Andy Legg,
              course objectives
                                                                                       Dr. Neil Poyser
  live        The objectives of The Year Two Implant Course include:
              ѹѹ To consolidate previous implant learning and revisit the aspects
                                                                                       registration and information―
                 of straightforward cases
                                                                                       The Campbell Academy
              ѹѹ To expand treatment planning skills into more advanced cases
                                                                                       Phone: +44 (0) 115 9823 919
                 focusing on careful risk assessment and patient selection
              ѹѹ To become competent in CBCT interpreting and reporting with
                 our 3 Day CBCT Master Class with Michael Bornstein
              ѹѹ Introduce advanced concepts via our 3 Day Live Skills courses
                 which include Aesthetic Live Skills, Sinus Grafting and Immedi-
                 ate Full Arch Loading.
              ѹѹ To have access to further implant Master Classes with national
                 and international experts.
              ѹѹ Allow flexibility for delegates to map their preferred implant
                 career pathway.
              ѹѹ To help and support delegates towards the RCS Edinburgh
                 Diploma in Implant Dentistry.

Clinical and Radiographic Oral Anatomy

course structure                                                         hong kong
ѹѹ A comprehensive review of oral anatomy for preoperative
   diagnostics and therapeutic intervention (lecture day 1)              location―Prince Philip Dental Hospital,
                                                                                                                    7.5 / 2.0 / 9.5
ѹѹ Oral anatomy in 3D – CBCT reading class (workshop day 2)              Lecture Theatres 1 and 2                      credits

                                                                         date―May 11 – 12, 2019
course description
                                                                         duration―2 days
The lectures and workshop will jointly present the relevant anatomi-
                                                                         host―Faculty of Dentistry,
cal and radiographic aspects of oro-facial anatomy related to implant                                                 lecture
                                                                         the University of Hong Kong
dentistry and dento-alveolar surgery. Anatomy is considered “the
oldest child of mother medicine”, and as such, is essential for any
                                                                         fee―Early Bird registration by March 31.
medical intervention. In the first part, a general review of the mus-
                                                                         Fees range up to HKD3000.
culoskeletal and neurovascular structures of the oro-facial region is                                               hands-on
                                                                         Visit (under
presented. Furthermore, basic aspects of 3D oral- and maxillofacial
                                                                         Oral Radiology Module) for details.
radiology using cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) will be
                                                                         target group―Dentists, Students
discussed. These include thoughts on radiation protection and dose
optimisation, indications and limitations of CBCT for oral surgery
                                                                         max. number of participants―
and implant treatment planning including post-operative follow-up.
                                                                         workshop limit 30
                                                                         speakers―Prof. Thomas von Arx,
Dentistry in general has become a more surgical discipline in the
                                                                         Prof. Michael Bornstein
wake of dental implantology, and therefore inherits more surgical
                                                                         cpd credits (to be confirmed)–
risks, particularly damaging of neighboring anatomical structures.
                                                                         7.5 lecture / 2.0 workshop / 9.5 lecture
These include the nasal cavity and the maxillary sinus, the greater
                                                                         and workshop
palatine artery, the nasopalatine nerve, the mental and inferior alve-
olar nerves, the sublingual and submandibular fossae, and many
                                                                         registration and information―
more. The second and third parts of the course will address in detail
                                                                         Ms. Cathie Chui,
the site-specific anatomical and radiographic aspects of the maxilla
                                                                         Faculty of Dentistry, 6/F,
and mandible in relation to dento-alveolar and implant surgery.
                                                                         The Prince Philip Dental Hospital,
                                                                         34 Hospital Road,
On Sunday, interested participants can get trained in reading CBCT
                                                                         Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong
scanned cases from daily clinical practice focusing on indications for
                                                                (under Oral
dental implant treatment planning and oral surgery.
                                                                         Radiology Module)

course objective
The objective of the course and workshop is to provide the partici-
pants with clinically oriented and updated information about anat-
omy and radiography in conjunction with implant dentistry and
dento-alveolar surgery

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