The international Academy of Ceramic Implantology (IAOCI) has reached a media and educational partnership agreement with IMAGINA Dental which is the industry’s leading event for new digital technologies, 3D and CAD/CAM in dentistry. As part of this exclusive partnership, the IAOCI will be providing a hands-on workshop on April 2 with training on selection, planning , placement and restoration of monobloc and two-piece zirconia ceramic implants utilizing 3D imaging and CAD/CAM modalities and technology. All participants to the IAOCI workshop will be eligible for the following:
- 20% discount on IMAGINA congress registration fee for existing and new IAOCI members who sign up and register for the workshop.
- Lunch (buffet) + coffee break and one full day access to the exhibition hall for the day of the workshop.
This fourth edition of Imagina’s annual meeting will be held in Monte Carlo in the prestigious Principality of Monaco and offers a first-class conference schedule with top quality international speakers, each experts in their field, hands-on workshops (25 participants maximum.) that provide the best possible training in the areas of 3D imaging and computer aided design and manufacturing in dentistry . In keeping with IMAGINA’s tradition, there will be an exhibition hall for attendees to tour which will host industry leaders in 3D imaging and CAD/CAM technology. These carefully selected exhibitors will be offering a wealth of technological innovations and be at your disposal to allow you to experience their products & equipment.
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Workshop Location: Plagnol Room
Number of Seats: 25 attendees maximum
Continued Dental Education Credits: Eight (8) CEU from American Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) provided by IAOCI
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Placement of a zirconia bioceramic implant using a three dimensional computer generated surgical guide. A ” virtual surgery” is done on the computer with planning software after a Cone Beam CT scan is performed on the patient. The Data is then uploaded to Anatomage which will print the 3D Surgical Guide.