JOINT MEETING OF
In 2020, we were all affected by the many pandemic-related cancellations of the major congresses all over Europe. Nevertheless, we found a way of conducting events at our SWISS BIOHEALTH EDUCATION CENTER in Switzerland in a safe fashion, and therefore decided to organize our own independent two-day CERAMIC IMPLANTS AND BLOOD CONCENTRATES congress in 2021 and the years to come.
This congress will be held jointly with the two oldest and largest ceramic implant associations as well as the new and only association dedicated to blood concentrates and biomaterials. The chairmen of these three associations, Prof. Shahram Ghanaati, Dr. Karl Ulrich Volz and Dr. Sammy Noumbissi, have the longest and most comprehensive experience in these fields, and will ensure that the congress will be unique not only in terms of the quality of its speakers and presentations, but will also provide you with the latest findings, backed up and supported by case demonstrations and follow-ups. The congress will focus exclusively on the four predefined topics, namely “case presentations of ceramic implants irrespective of their make, scientific studies on ceramic implants, esthetics on ceramic implants and the use of blood concentrates”.
Prof. Dr. mult. Shahram Ghanaati, Dr. Ulrich Volz, SDS-User, ISMI-Member, IAOCI-Member, SBCB-Member, Academy-Member
This joint congress will be held once a year only and is scheduled to take place immediately following the CERAMIC IMPLANTOLOGY WEEK in 2021, i.e. on October 15 and 16. The speakers will be announced shortly before the event, ensuring that only “cutting edge experts” in ceramic implantology and blood concentrates will be featured. But rest assured that we will keep our promise. After all, if not us, who else could gather the best people in this field in one place?
every day from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
English with simultaneous translation to German, German with simultaneous translation to Englisch
Prof. Sharam Ghanaati
Participants booking the workshop and/or the entire week will be given priority. Once these places are taken, the remaining levels can be booked individually.