CeraRoot conference Boston, MA

May 21, 2014 – 9 am to 1pm The objective of this conference is to provide the participant with a deep theoretical knowledge on the placement of one-piece ceramic implants. The treatment planning from diagnostic to final restoration will be reviewed according to each tooth position. From simple to complex tooth rehabilitation. Atendees will learn […]

How does CeraRoot perform long-term?

CeraRoot implants seem to better preserve the surrounding bone. The implants are more easy to maintain with no prosthetic sub-gingival connections. Being one-piece structure, there are no gaps where bacteria can grow. The following clinical case performed in 2006 (7 years follow-up), is an example of how CeraRoot implants are capable to resist difficult intra-oral […]

Canada certification course – Toronto – Feb. 2013

February 22-23,   2012 The objective of this course is to provide the participant with a deep theoretical knowledge on the placement of one-piece ceramic implants. The treatment planning from diagnostic to final restoration will be reviewed according to each tooth position. From simple to complex tooth rehabilitation. In this course a live surgery will […]

Canada certification course – Toronto – Sept. 2012

September 28-29,   2012 The objective of this course is to provide the participant with a deep theoretical knowledge on the placement of one-piece ceramic implants. The treatment planning from diagnostic to final restoration will be reviewed according to each tooth position. From simple to complex tooth rehabilitation. In this course a live surgery will […]

1st Certification course in Canada

 Canada certification course – Toronto, Canada The objective of this course is to provide the participant with a deep theoretical knowledge on the placement of one-piece ceramic implants. The treatment planning from diagnostic to final restoration will be reviewed according to each tooth position. From simple to complex tooth rehabilitation. In this course a live […]