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ITI Congress Germany & Austria – International Team for Implantology

12. May 2023 - 13. May 2023

Internationales Congress Center Dresden

As the first ecologically sustainable implantology symposium, the ITI Congress Germany & Austria will take place in Dresden from May 12 to May 12, 2023. The ITI (International Team for Implantology) focuses on scientific evidence and supports a variety of measures that contribute to sustainability during the congress days. At the same time, several lectures and discussions will address the extent to which environmentally conscious actions can realistically be implemented in practice and whether research training is useful as a basis for sustainable implantology. Other focal points will be on a new generation of biomaterials for ridge augmentation, sustainable immediate restoration concepts, implant-supported restoration of rare diseases in the oro-facial region and translational implantology. The following day will focus on tissue regeneration and surgery & prosthodontics, before rounding off the congress with the Young ITI Session and a disputatio. Dental technology sessions and workshops will of course be represented again.

Sustainability is not only a topic that can be found in implantology – corresponding aspects also come into play in the manufacture of innovative and high-quality operating tables and chairs. Our products at BRUMABA are also among the leading practice furnishings in implantology, as ergonomic seating comfort can be combined with precisely adjustable armrests and optimal patient positioning. At the ITI Congress Sebastian Brustmann, Dirk Stolze and Felix Däumler from our team will be present to show you in particular the PRIMUS, GENIUS, BALANCE and BALANCE ADVANCE models.



12. May 2023 - 13. May 2023
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Internationales Congress Center Dresden
Ostra-Ufer 2
Dresden, 01067 Deutschland
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