CITC-Curriculum
"Expert in Implantology and
Implant-Supported Prosthodontics" 2020/2021

 

GET STARTED WITH IMPLANTOLOGY

From 14 to 16 February 2020, the VIP-ZM e.V. conducts the 3rd Curriculum, including the introduction lecture, "From the Practice – for the Practice" in the Future Center in Flonheim/Rhh (Rhine-Hesse), allowing you to receive the title "Expert in Implantology & Implant-Supported Prosthodontics".

Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Bernard, Geneva (one of the first European professors in Implantology and pioneer in this field) and Prof. (Associate, PMS College, India) Dr. med. dent. Armin Nedjat introduce the participants to Implantology basics.

From 20 to 22 March the Prosthodontics seminar, the 2nd theory block takes place. In addition to these two theory blocks, this Curriculum focuses on practical Implantology. Each participant places and restores a minimum of 5 implants under supervision. Past experience from other Curricula has shown that most participants place much more implants, even more than 50 implants.

This Curriculum is designed to teach participants how to incorporate Implantology into your practice and to receive the title "Expert in Implantology & Implant-Supported Prosthodontics". Benefit from an intensive course that focuses on practical work.

For more information you can download or page through our brochure.

 
 

Lecturers

Prof. (Assoc., PMS College, India)
Dr. med. dent Armin Nedjat

Lecturer/Dentist/Implantologist
Champions-Implants GmbH/CEO/Managing Director
VIP-ZM e.V. President
Diplomate ICOI
Developer of the MIMI method

Prof. Dr. med. dent. Jean-Pierre Bernard

Prof. Bernard was Head of the Oral Surgery Department, Vice Dean and Academic Consultant for the Dentistry Department of the University of Geneva.

His research activities covered Surgical Implantology, Bone Graft, and Stomatology.

…and what CITC-Curriculum 2019/2020 participants said

Prof. Dr. Bernard summarizes the CITC-Curriculum 2018

Extracts of the introduction lecture

 
 

…and what participants said after the Curriculum 2018: