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Free webinars: 14-episode Saturday series on the bio-logic approach to implantology

In a 14-episode Saturday webinar bonanza, dentists will have the opportunity to better understand a bio-logic approach to implant dentistry. (Image: DTI)

Thu. 12. October 2017


LEIPZIG, Germany: With the introduction of newer and more innovative technologies and the development of more aesthetically pleasing dental materials, patient expectations have changed dramatically. In an upcoming free webinar series hosted by DT Study Club more than 14 experts will be analysing all of the modern aspects of oral implantology using a biological and logical approach to help better prepare dentists in an ever-changing industry.

Owing to insufficient understanding of patient needs and risk factors and the lack of scientific evidence of new materials and techniques that may expose patients and clinicians to failure and complications, the webinars will be a guide to better understanding the modern aspects of oral implantology. Throughout the day, various expert dental clinicians will be providing evidence and practical guidelines in modern implantology, including post-extractive implants, diagnosis and treatment of peri-implantitis, aesthetic dentistry, guided surgery and new materials.

Now more than ever, the modern dentist aims not only to provide the best dental care, but also to be accountable for all of the processes that concern patient relations, health and safety. With a shift in the primary motivating factor for patients visiting the dentist from general dental care to the desire to improve their dental aesthetics and function in the least invasive way, there are many challenges to overcome, and this one-day webinar series will offer a positive platform for learning how to address these.

The webinar series, titled “One day to convince you to use a bio-logic approach in implant dentistry”, will begin live broadcasting on Saturday, 14 October, from 8 a.m. CEST (Berlin). Attendance is free of charge after easy registration on the DT Study Club website. Additionally, during all webinars, participants will be able to ask questions via a chat window and have the opportunity to earn continuing education credits.

Dental professionals who are interested in attending can register online for free here.

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