We are excited to invite you to the ZERAMEX Winter factory visit in Zurich, Switzerland. This event is an excellent opportunity for you to meet and learn from leading ceramic implant experts from across the USA and the world.
It is ZERAMEX’ 7th year exhibiting at IAOCI! You are invited to visit us! Learn about the numerous advantages of Ceramic Dental Implants over conventional implants.
This case by the University of Toledo Department of Dentistry was a great example of how zirconia implants are a quality choice for an esthetic biomaterial in the cosmetic zone.
he University of Toledo Department of Dentistry strives to improve the health in the communities and region they serve. Educating excellent clinicians and scientists, and providing patient centered and high-quality care, and also producing nationally recognized research.
The International Academy of Ceramic Implantology presents:
THE 11TH IAOCI WORLD CONGRESS –
CERAMIC IMPLANTOLOGY: 3 DAYS OF EXCEPTIONAL EDUCATION
HANDS ON COURSES AND NETWORKING
The relatively young Dentalpoint AG has been producing high-quality ceramic dental implants since 2006 and is one of the pioneers in this field. In 2009 the first two-part implant system made of white, high-performance ceramic was ready for the market. Under the brand name Zeramex, it is sent from the production facility in Spreitenbach, Switzerland, to customers in Europe, the USA and Asia.
SESSION SEVEN involves everything digital: digital impressions, 3d printing, digital crown and bridge design, CAD/CAM (including systems that are FAR less expensive and more comprehensive than CEREC).
SESSION SIX consists of reviewing the anatomy and physiology of the human airway, and how we, as dentists, can intervene at different times in patients’ lives to improve their access to the one drug they cannot live without: oxygen!
SESSION FIVE covers everything OZONE. Ozone is likely the MOST beneficial treatment modality in dentistry!
SESSION FOUR is the most extensive HANDS-ON laser course that I have yet to see.
SESSION THREE explores the literature behind diagnosis and treatment of oral infection and ischemic bone disease (aka cavitation).