The International Symposium having achieved success in Orlando, will make its next stop in Munich, Germany from October 13 – 15, 2022.
Carefully concerted stage by eminent global experts
While innovation is driven by people who have a dream to improve, in the end who is better positioned to show what reality is, than a scientist presenting evidence-based data? The eminent scientific committee and internationally renowned speakers vouch for a differentiated and pioneering program, addressing dental professionals from all walks of implantology. The Symposium, in combination with the seventh Camlog Dental Technician Congress on October 15, 2022, showcases success, which are important for the fruitful outcome of every intervention for the benefit of the patient.
The co-chairpersons Professor Frank Schwarz and Professor Katja Nelson were able to attract an illustrious group to manage the Scientific Committee: Dr Mario Beretta; Dr S. Marcus Beschnidt; MDT Vincent Fehmer; Professor Gerald Krennmair; MDT Otto Prandtner; Professor Mariano Sanz; Dr Alex Schär; Dr. Michael Stimmelmayr.
Mouthwatering topics for all tastes
The Symposium starts off on October 13, 2022, with 16 pre-congress workshops, catering topics for all tastes. The Friday, October 14, 2022, is dedicated to four scientific sessions, covering the topics: Timing in implant dentistry; Treatment concepts for challenging situations; Treatment concepts for elderly or edentulous patients; and Advances of the digital workflow in a team approach.
The program on October 15, 2022, begins with the young clinician’s research session supported by OR Foundation.
Fernando Guerra, moderator of the session and member of the OR Foundation Research Committee, and in his function Professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Coimbra, Portugal said “This is a topic close to my heart and one of the pillars of the OR Foundation.
“While I personally find it very rewarding to give young researchers a chance to progress in their career and give them center stage at a big event such as the Oral Reconstruction International Symposium, it is vital for the progress of science, and to ensure the continuity of such high caliber events in the future. This is where young professionals get a chance to network on an international level and gain first-hand experience as speakers.”
The scientific program concludes midday on October 15, 2022, with three more sessions: State-of-the-art tissue regeneration; Mastering hard and soft tissue outcome; and Solutions for demanding situations.
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