Education, innovation and networking – ADI Team Congress 2019 Shaping the Future of Dental Implantology

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  Posted by: The Probe      22nd April 2019

The ADI Team Congress 2019 is now just around the corner, but it’s not too late to book your place if you haven’t already! With an exciting combination of education, innovation and networking, it is the perfect event for all members of the dental team to develop their knowledge and skills in the dental implant arena.

Lyndon Cooper, one of the internationally renowned speakers at the event, commented:

“The ADI Team Congress 2019 is being held in one of the world’s most intriguing cities and is bringing together the highest calibre of speakers to inform clinicians as to the latest information concerning dental implants. It promises to be an inspiring and fun time for learning.”

The speaker line-up for he ADI Team Congress 2019 encompasses many leading lights in the field. Travelling to Edinburgh from all over the world, professionals taking to the podium in the plenary programme will include:

 

  • David Guichet
  • Alessandro and Andrea Agnini
  • Daniele Cardaropoli
  • Istvan Urban
  • Barry P Levin
  • Craig M Misch
  • Mark Montana
  • Markus Blatz
  • Tord Berglundh
  • Wael Att
  • Markus B Hürzeler
  • Lyndon Cooper
  • Anabell Bolonga
  • John E Davies

They will cover a wide selection of topics from the impact of digital workflows in dental implantology to new and improved surgical protocols. Sessions will also consider hard and soft tissue management, maximising primary stability, regeneration procedures, peri-implantitis, dental implant restoration and osseointegration principles. All sessions will be supported by clinical evidence and research, with speakers sharing their own case studies to illustrate their points and deliver a wealth of practical and inspiring information to delegates.

“It is truly an honour to be invited to speak at the ADI Team Congress 2019,” said Barry Levin, speaker. “So many thought leaders in dental implantology will assemble in one place over three days and it is amazing to think about the high level of information exchange that will occur – the ADI should be commended. As a student of the literature, it seems like a rare delicacy to be able to hear so many key opinion leaders not only present their ground-breaking material, but also then to discuss ideas with each other after each session. This will certainly be a career highlight and I am very grateful for the opportunity – it is a meeting not to be missed!” 

In addition to the plenary programme, there will various other sessions designed for specific members of the team. On Friday 3 May, there will be a full day’s lectures for dental nurses and practice managers, another for dental hygienists and therapists and another for dental technicians. Professionals will also have access to the plenary programme on Thursday 2 May and Saturday 4 May as well. In addition, the Poster Competition will showcase professionals’ own studies or research and the winner will be awarded their £500 prize on Saturday.

This team approach to education in implant dentistry is and always has been a key aspect of the ADI Team Congress. Markus Blatz, a speaker on the plenary programme, commented:

“I love the ‘TEAM’ aspect. Some people believe that digital technologies eliminate some of the team members, but nothing could be further from the truth. Since some of the technological aspects have become even more specialised, working together with a team of experts is now more important than ever. The ‘TEAM’ spirit and great variety of speakers at this event clearly represents and embodies this philosophy.”

Ensuring an even more varied learning experience for delegates, the Congress will host a major trade exhibition for professionals to browse between lectures. A number of manufacturers and suppliers of dental implant-related products, materials and technologies will be present, each demonstrating their latest innovations and offering delegates bespoke advice. 

Further still, the Corporate Forums on Thursday morning will give delegates a chance to hear straight from the manufacturers about their new and upcoming products. Sessions will be presented by Bredent, BioHorizons, Dentsply Sirona, Geistlich, Implantium, Nobel Biocare, Straumann and Swallow Dental Supplies.

Providing a break from all the learning and enabling delegates to mingle in a more relaxed atmosphere, there will be Congress Drinks on Thursday evening and the legendary Congress Dinner will take place on Friday evening at the National Museum of Scotland.

To make sure you don’t miss out, be sure to book your place for the ADI Team Congress 2019 online today.

 

ADI Team Congress 2019

Shaping the Future of Dental Implantology: Techniques – Technology – Teamwork

2 – 4 May 2019, EICC, Edinburgh

 

For more information or to book please visit www.adi.org.uk/congress19

ADI members can attend at significantly reduced rates, join online today.

 


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