Live WebinarExchange instrument-handling-time to valuable patient-service-time! Simple instrument logistics routines that help preventing cross-contamination, improve quality and make economic sense
20 Jan 2021, 04:00 PM Dubai
Dr. Mikael Zimmerman
The ITI Implant privilege is a modular course with both theory and mentored clinical elements, which has the support of the International Team of Implantology (ITI). The speakers are international, regional and local, all of which are ITI Fellows or Members.
The course is structured and provides evidence and scientific background to Implantology. Within the modules is a dedicated day in detailed case documentation and dental photography. Also provided is supportive e-learning modules to assist with home study and access to the Simple Advanced and Complex treatment planning tool. Based on the SAC planning tool delegates will simulate on models’ variable clinical situations in preparation for the clinical modules.
The clinical days are for delegates to work with highly skilled mentors who will support and guide the participants to achieve outstanding implant placements and restoration of 20 or 30 implants. The course will also include a live surgery day with Professor Bilal Al-Nawas from Mainz University (Germany) who is the main faculty lead of the programme. At the end of the course the delegates will be awarded the ITI Curriculum Intermediate Certificate.
The signing ceremony was held at CAPP Training Institute and the Marketing Cooperation Agreement was signed by Stephan Scherrer, Managing Director at EMOVA representing ITI and Petar Mollov, Marketing Director at CAPP Events & Training. The focus of the agreement is the marketing of the ITI Implant Privilege programme in the Middle East and beyond.
Further information about the ITI Implant Privilege programme can be found on the website: www.implant-privilege.ae