Roadmap to predictability

Oct

11

Implantologie Den Haag , DEN HAAG
Excl. VAT
Excl. VAT

Course duration

Start date: 11 Oct 2019

End date: 12 Oct 2019

course overview

“Meteen door!” treatment concept:
Immediate replacement is a modern treatment method characterized by shortened time-to-teeth, less surgical interventions with equal or better prosthetic results and better patient acceptance. The “Meteen door!” concept means that the dentist does not extract the tooth but refers immediately to the clinician for immediate replacement.
Key learnings:
The aim of this course is to train the clinician and dental technician for the immediate replacement protocol and point out the crucial steps that will lead to a predictable outcome. Edith and Tristan will guide you through the procedure by means of literature, cases and live surgery. Digital planning and adapted prosthetic work will also be discussed. After a few months the course participants will have the opportunity to meet Edith or Tristan once again in their practice to talk about theirs cases and achievements.
Innovations:
Apart from working with our leading product, the NobelActive implant, participants will also have the exclusive opportunity to already discover our brand-new implant, the Nobel Biocare N1, coming out later this year. Moreover, all products that will be used and presented will have our new TiUltra & Xeal surfaces, from abutment to implant apex, we have reimagined surface chemistry and topography to optimize tissue integration at every level. This course guarantees a high reliability & continuous access to the benefits of a cutting-edge technology for you and your patients.

The course fee is € 1.365 p.p. (incl. tax) for clinicians and € 1.350 (incl. tax) for the dental technician.
Hotel, dinner and meals are included in the course fee.
Read more

course details

  • Course level: Advanced courses
  • Language: English
  • Course duration (days): 2
  • CE credits: KRT punten
  • Course fee:
  • Max. participants: 16

speakers

T.A. Staas

Dr. Tristan Staas graduated from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands in 1988. Together with his wife who is also a dentist, they founded Staas and Bergmans Zorgvooruwmond in 1990, a practice for general dentistry and a clinic for esthetic dentistry and implantology in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. In 2012 they founded a second office, Staas and Bergmans Expertisevooruwmond, a partnership clinic consisting of various dental specialists working as a team treating patients needing complex therapy. Tristan has focused his practice and teaching interests on immediate implant placement in the esthetic zone and collaborates with other clinicians working together in their practices in the Netherlands. He provides instruction to colleagues on immediate replacements, esthetic solutions and the use of 3D technics, and performs research on these procedures and long-term outcomes in cooperation with Radboud University Nijmegen and UMG, the University of Groningen.

View more

E. Groenendijk

Ms. Edith Groenendijk (°1965) has years of clinical and scientific experience with reference to Oral Implantology. In 1989, she graduated as a Dentist at the Catholic University Nijmegen (the Netherlands). After working in her general practice at The Hague, for ten years, where she was mainly involved in Periodontics, total rehabilitation and the creation of supra-structures onto implants, she successfully finished the three-year post-academic training to become a Dentist-Implantologist at the ACTA. In December 2000, Edith Groenendijk obtained her Certificate of Master of Science, with reference to Oral Implantology. In January 2002 then, she opened her referring practice in Implantology at The Hague. She is currently involved to the full extent in Implantology: varying from pre-implantology surgery, like carrying out sinus floor elevations and corrective jaw surgery, to implanting and constructing supra-structures onto implants. At this, a wide range of indications is involved: from solitary (front) replacements to total bridges (done in 1 day). Besides a number of articles in Dutch specialist literature, in 2004, Clinical Oral Implant Research published a scientific article by Groenendijk et al. In order to keep her colleagues updated on the actual possibilities through Implantology, Edith Groenendijk performs live surgery, and she also gives lectures and workshops with reference to Oral Implantology.

View more

Course duration

Start date: 11 Oct 2019

End date: 12 Oct 2019

contact details

If you have any questions regarding this course, please contact us using the following details:

Implantologie Den Haag
Danckertsstraat 2

DEN HAAG, 2517 TH Get directions
Excl. VAT