BONE AUGMENTATION DAYS
with Prof. Dr. Shahram Ghanaati in Frankfurt
Get to know the GAP – Guided Augmentation Procedures & indication-based bone augmentation procedures – including hands-on workshop!
Investment includes all levels, congress fees & the BISS STARTER-SET (7 pieces)
The course is held in German
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If you are booking on behalf of multiple participants, please include the names of all participants under “Additional Participants” on the invoice form.
In advance – LEVEL 1:
PREPARATION THROUGH WEBINARS
Before the physical participation, you will prepare yourself in three recorded webinars by Prof. Dr. Shahram Ghanaati in the theory part.
September 14, 2021 – LEVEL 2:
BLOOD/BLOOD CONCENTRATES/SOFT TISSUE AND BONE REGENERATION.
Prof. Ghanaati will lecture on defects, healing, bone formation and metabolism, membranes, bone substitutes, as well as the OPEN HEALING CONCEPT and LSCC blood concentrates.
September 15, 2021 – LEVEL 3:
CASE PRESENTATION & RECORDED SURGERIES
Presentation of cases which Prof. Ghanaati has solved according to the GAP PROTOCOL with the BISS (BONE IMPLANT STABILISATION SYSTEM) and according to the OPEN HEALING CONCEPT.
September 16, 2021 – LEVEL 4:
Dr. Rebekka Hueber and Moritz Kneer support you with hands-on on artificial jaw models. With SDS implants, you will perform all conceivable indications from simple indications to ad hoc navigation AIM (ANATOMICAL IMPLANTATION METHOD) to complex augmentations with the BISS.
September 17, 2021 – LEVEL 5:
INTERNATIONAL BLOOD CONCENTRATE DAY
Symposium including congress-accompanying workshops under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Shahram Ghanaati. Congress fees are already included.
14. – 17.09.2021
Radisson Blu Frankfurt
Level 2 – 4 daily from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Date: October 25th - 28th
€400,00 – €520,00
Next Date: October 13th - 14th
Next Date: November 6th
Please feel free to contact Ms. Ayla Tavit.
The largest congress of its kind for ceramic implants, blood concentrates and biological dentistry
October 15th and 16th 2021
Ceramic implants and the biologisation of dentistry are receiving a rapidly growing number of enthusiastic “followers” who appreciate the positive medical impact of this therapy method on the patient’s health.