Geistlich Courses and Congresses

  • Location:
    Gold Coast, Australia
    Date:
    Saturday 24th August - 8:30am
    Type:
    Hands-On Course
    Speaker:
    Prof Leonardo Trombelli
    Course language:
    English

    Use of a New Volume-Stable Collagen Matrix (Geistlich Fibro-Gide)for Soft-Tissue Augmentation

    Preservation or reconstruction of the peri-implant hard and soft-tissue contour is of paramount importance to ensure long-term health conditions and aesthetic outcome to the implant-supported rehabilitation. Surgical strategies aimed at managing the post-extraction alveolar socket with and without concomitant implant placement will be described and...

  • Location:
    Chatswood, NSW
    Date:
    Wednesday 4th September 2019 - 6.15pm
    Type:
    Hands-On Workshop
    Course language:
    English

    Hands-On Educational Workshop for Dental Practitioners

    The Geistlich team is excited to invite you to our second year of hands-on demonstration and information series to be held in our Head Office located in Sydney. This unique event will provide you with an opportunity to handle the Geistlich range of biomaterials and discuss their indications for use with our experienced Product Specialists & Clinical Science teams.

  • Location:
    Chatswood, NSW
    Date:
    Wednesday 2nd October 2019 - 6.15pm
    Type:
    Hands-On Workshop
    Course language:
    English

    Hands-On Educational Workshop for Dental Practitioners

    The Geistlich team is excited to invite you to our second year of hands-on demonstration and information series to be held in our Head Office located in Sydney. This unique event will provide you with an opportunity to handle the Geistlich range of biomaterials and discuss their indications for use with our experienced Product Specialists & Clinical Science teams.

  • Location:
    Melbourne - Australia
    Date:
    Thursday 31st October 2019 - 8:30am
    Type:
    Hands-on Course
    Speaker:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Course language:
    English

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

  • Location:
    Sydney, Australia
    Date:
    Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd November 2019
    Type:
    Seminar
    Speaker:
    A/Prof Stephen Chen (Melbourne)
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Course language:
    English

    The Geistlich Mini-Symposium offers attendees with an opportunity to listen to two world-renowned clinicians talking all things oral regeneration.
    Assoc Prof Stephen Chen - Lecture 1:
    The inevitable consequence of tooth extraction is resorption and subsequent modelling of the alveolar bone, with a decrease in the dimensions of the ridge. Bone augmentation is often required to compensate for the loss of bone volume, allow implants to be placed in...

  • Location:
    Sydney - Australia
    Date:
    Saturday 2nd November 2019 - 8:30am
    Type:
    Hands-on Course
    Speaker:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Course language:
    English

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

  • Location:
    Auckland - New Zealand
    Date:
    Tuesday 5th November 2019 - 8:30am
    Type:
    Hands-on Course
    Speaker:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Course language:
    English

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

For more information on our courses & congresses please contact
Michelle Henry
Education & Communications Coordinator