“If you are not going with the times you will be going with time” Prof. Christian Mehl
This course is aimed at the implant clinician who is ready to evolve their implant surgical & restorative practice to become fully digital. The first level of this programme will cover the key principles that are the foundation for successful guided implant placement and digital restorations. Delegates will be introduced into the digital world by one of Europe’s most forward thinking digital Implantologists, Professor Christian Mehl. Delegates will discover the latest concepts in digital dental technology and surgical techniques such as immediate implant placement with step by step guidance on how these can be integrated into their implant practice.
Course begins 09:00
Course finishes 17:00
Learning AimThis course is aimed at the implant clinician who is ready to evolve their implant surgical & restorative practice to become fully digital.
At the end of this course delegates should understand:
- The fundamental rules for guided and non-guided implant surgery
- Simple case selection and how to treatment plan and place implants guided
- How to successfully manage soft tissue and aesthetics outcomes
- Digital dentistry computer programmes
- The evidence base of implant planning
Man vs. Machine - The Key Principles of Digital Implant Dentistry with Professor Christian Mehl
08:30, 12 Jun 2021
17:00, 12 Jun 2021
£598.80 per person, inc. VAT
etc. Venues Victoria
1 Drummond Gate, Pimlico
Speaker: Christian Mehl
Prof. Dr. med. dent. Habil Christian J. Mehl
Prof. Christian Mehl is a Specialist prosthodontist certified by the German Society of Prosthodontics (DGPro) and the General Dental Council (GDC). Prof. Mehl qualified in implantology in 2007 and is certified by the German Society of Implantologie (DGI). His PhD and most of his research has been in the field of implantology, bone augmentation surgery, immediate implant placement, complete oral rehabilitations and reconstructive periodontal surgery. He has been working in dentistry for over 20 years and continues to find the developments exciting, both, as a scientist and clinician. Christian is a Professor at the University of Kiel and is actively involved in the clinical research and development of dental implant systems. He regularly publishes articles in national and international specialist magazines and lectures internationally.