Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium – Rotterdam, April 26-28, 2018
The Oral Reconstruction Foundation invites dental professionals to its Rotterdam-based Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium 2018 (ORGS 2018) in April of next year.
The Foundation drives progress in implant dentistry and related areas through education and training and “top-class events”. During the Rotterdam Symposium implant dentistry will be presented and discussed both in theory and practice through practical workshops, scientific lectures, and podium and audience discussions.
Under the theme “The Future of the Art of Implant Dentistry”, a diverse range of education and training options will be offered through hands-on workshops, a scientific program with world class speakers, and an evening event for networking with opinion leaders and peers.
The day before the symposium, 12 workshops will be offered in German, English, Spanish and Chinese. The topics will include, amongst others, 3D planning, digital workflow in practice, treatment options for peri-implantitis and much more. A workshop on tunnel techniques and surgical procedures, led by renowned American lecturer Dr. Edward P. Allen will be of particular interest.
ORGS two days are divided into eight blocks, during which more than 55 internationally renowned speakers will present a wide range of topics, from the latest research on peri-implant soft tissue management, to ceramic implants and digital workflow. The symposium will conclude with interactive case studies outlining problems, complications, and valuable lessons learned.
Professional networking is also an important factor during the symposium. On the first evening the theme will be “Let’s celebrate King’s day!” Building team spirit and enjoying networking opportunities in a relaxed, cheerful setting has become a welcome tradition.
The beautiful and vibrant city of Rotterdam has excellent transport connections. 176 European airlines and 133 international airlines fly to Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The fast train connection from the airport in Amsterdam to Rotterdam central station takes 27 minutes. From there, the “De Doelen” conference centre where ORGS 2018 takes place is just a five-minute walk.
For more information and to register visit www.orfoundation.org/globalsymposium.
Places on the workshops are limited, and the Foundation recommends registering early to avoid disappointment. For further updates follow ORGS on social media using the official hashtag #ORGS2018.