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Welcome2017-09-27T09:25:18+00:00

“NO GIFT IS MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOOD ADVICE.”

(ERASMUS VON ROTTERDAM*)

Ladies and gentlemen, friends and colleagues,

The Oral Reconstruction Foundation is committed to science and further education for the good of the patient. The Foundation invests in research, supports interdisciplinary knowledge exchange, and promotes training and further education in dental implantology and related fields.

This is reflected perfectly in the 2018 Oral Reconstruction Global Symposium’s theme “The Future of the Art of Implant Dentistry.” The eminent scientific committee and the engagement of the internationally renowned speakers guarantee that a differentiated and pioneering program awaits you in Rotterdam. The Symposium combines the latest scientific findings and practical experience, thereby contributing to the field of dental implantology in its entirety. In addition to both new and time-proven concepts and technologies, we hope to achieve active exchange between science, practice, and industry. Numerous pre-symposium Workshops will allow you to expand upon selected topics and practice them hands-on.

Rotterdam, the second-largest metropolis in the Netherlands, is an innovative and inspiring city, and definitely worth a visit. It impresses with futuristic architecture and a fascinating maritime tradition. The city won’t just excite architecture and art aficionados; it’s also considered very family-friendly.

At the same time as our conference, the people of the Netherlands will be celebrating their national holiday, King’s Day, probably the biggest party in Holland. April 27 is the birthday of King Willem Alexander, celebrated every year with music, street parties, flea markets, and fairs. The king himself travels with his family through the country, and the people dress up in traditional “oranje.” Celebrate this event properly with us, with an unforgettable night of partying in the single medieval building in Rotterdam – the Laurenskerk.

*Erasmus of Rotterdam (* 28.10.1466 in Rotterdam, † 11.07.1536 in Basel) was a Dutch philologist, philosopher and theologian. He is regarded as the most important European humanist of the 16th century and as a pioneer of the Reformation. The model of his humanistic ideals was antiquity, the intellectual values of which he tried to open up to the general public. (Source: Wikipedia)

Register to participate in our symposium today!

We look forward to seeing you.
Tot ziens in Rotterdam!

Symposium Chairmen

Dr. Ben Derksen | NL
Prof. Dr. Irena Sailer | CH

Scientific Committee

Dr. Edward P. Allen | US
Prof. Dr. Mariano Sanz | ES
Dr. Alex Schär | CH
Prof. Dr. Frank Schwarz | DE