German Association of Dental Implantology



      Your way to Success
                       in
      Dental Implantology...
Copyright DGZI 2007
German Association of Dental Implantology (est. in 1970)
Editorial
New    Frontiers   -   Cooperation     between     DGZI...
DGZI
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zahnärztliche Implantology e.V.
German Association of Dental Implantology



DGZI at a glan...
▪ Active involvement in the organization of conventions, e.g. „Forum for
        Innovative Dentistry“
       ▪ Provide su...
Science
      ▪ Cooperation with universities, e. g. Greifswald, Düsseldorf, Göttingen, Bonn,
       Dresden, Berlin, Fran...
Better quality of life with dental implants
Dental implantology is a discipline in dentistry which has experienced the mos...
Literature

Oral Implantology Guide Book

DGZI presents a compendium for both the preparation of postgraduate education in...
VII. 1. Implants
VII. 2. Superstructure

VIII. Pharmacology / anesthesia
VIII. 1. Antibiotics
VIII. 2. Anesthetics and ane...
Post Graduate Education in Dental Implantology




Overview


Steps of possible and recognized education Options

       C...
Curriculum DGZI (two Semesters)

A program offered through cooperation with universities and certified implantologists in
...
Description of Each Curriculum Weekend (over two semesters)

1. Introduction into dental implantology

2. Basics of Implan...
Expert in Implantology
(Tätigkeitsschwerpunkt Implantologie Consensus Conference)


Prerequisites


Curriculum vitae (summ...
Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI


The prerequisites of application are as follows:

1. Completion of at least 250 DGZI...
New Perspectives -
Master of Science in Oral Surgery Implantology (MSc)




Danube University Krems             German Ass...
illustrated, among others, by the number of applications: 270 highly qualified scientists
from all over the world have app...
with a total of 180 ECTS points (European Credit Transfer System for the assessment of
various studies).


The “Master of ...
Danube University Krems


Course of Study
Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology based on the Curriculum Implant...
Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology
                                Donau – University / Krems
              ...
Duration:      6 semesters, in-service training
ECTS points: 180




Recommended Literature for preparation e.g.
C.E. Misc...
Email drtamimi@go.com.jo
www.dgzi-international.com




 Application Form for the German Board Of Oral Implantology Examin...
Previous dental implantology courses / certificates and dates,
1.………………………………………………………………………………………………..
2.…………………………………………...
O Curriculum Implantology (5600 Euros incl. 8 weekend sessions)
O Internship (100 Euros per case)
OSupervision (200 Euros ...
Points rating for continuing education
Federal Chamber of Dentists (BZÄK) /
German Association of Oral and Maxillofacial D...
Note: no more than 10 points per year!



D / Work as author/speaker
2 points per submission / lecture / poster
Note: no m...
Now over 35 years of experience and
partnership to the implantologist and
               dentist.




     German Associat...
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  1. 1. German Association of Dental Implantology Your way to Success in Dental Implantology Membership Benefits Postgraduate Education Programs
  2. 2. Copyright DGZI 2007
  3. 3. German Association of Dental Implantology (est. in 1970) Editorial New Frontiers - Cooperation between DGZI (German Association of Dental Implantology) and Danube University (Donau Universität) As the oldest professional nonprofit association active in the field of implantology, DGZI is focusing its activities on the continuing education and training of dentists active in the field of implantology. The goal of these activities is to improve both quality and quality assurance as well as the safety of therapies in the interest of patients on the one hand, and providing factual information on existing therapeutic possibilities of implant-based tooth replacement on the other hand. Cooperation with universities and professional associations at home and abroad serve to support these objectives. From “DGZI- Curriculum” to academic “Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)” within four semesters. No other institution in Germany has a comparable amount of experience and success with respect to postgraduate education at university level involving the “Master of Science” degree in various areas of specialization of dentistry like Danube University Krems. It has pushed through the acceptance of the “Master of Science” degree in various disciplines of dentistry as an academic, university-level protection and confirmation for these specialists in Germany, despite fierce opposition of the chambers of dentistry, professional organizations and even professional associations. DGZI curriculum graduates can now enroll in the “Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)” degree course offered in its 6th edition since 2001 at the Danube University at special conditions and in English language. This is based on a cooperation agreement concluded between DGZI and PUSH / Danube University Krems as a prerequisite for the “Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)” course of study. The Board of Directors DGZI
  4. 4. DGZI Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zahnärztliche Implantology e.V. German Association of Dental Implantology DGZI at a glance ● Preamble – About us As the oldest professional nonprofit association active in the field of implantology, DGZI is focusing its activities on the continuing education and training of dentists active in the field of implantology. The goal of these activities is to improve both quality and quality assurance as well as the safety of therapies in the interest of patients on the one hand, and providing factual information on existing therapeutic possibilities of implant-based tooth replacement on the other hand. Cooperation with universities and professional associations at home and abroad serve to support these objectives. ● Highlights Continuing education and practical training ▪ More than 20 study groups within Germany, 9 new foundations in the last two years ▪ International study groups in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt ▪ Qualifying curriculum on implantology, almost 1,000 graduates, fully recognized by the German Consensus Conference of Oral Implantology ▪ Awards the "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI diploma" based on the Guidelines of DGZI ▪ More than 400 DGZI Oral Implantology Specialists ▪ Master of Science Implantology since 2005 in cooperation with the fully recognized Danube University in Krems/Austria. ▪ Implant prosthodontics curriculum since 2005 ▪ Regional congresses organized by the study groups ▪ Spring start up congress & Expert symposium ▪ Annual International Congress ▪ Annual Arab-German Implantology Meeting in spring in Dubai ▪ Winter meeting of continuing education offered by DGZI in Sölden/Austria
  5. 5. ▪ Active involvement in the organization of conventions, e.g. „Forum for Innovative Dentistry“ ▪ Provide support to DGZI affiliate societies e.g. in U.S.A, UK,Australia, Greece, South America, Jordan, Egypt, India, U.A.E., Pakistan, Japan, and France. ▪ Cooperation worldwide with other professional associations e.g. AAID, ADI, AO, AOIA, ACS, GIGIP ▪ One of the leading members of the German Consensus Conference of Oral Implantology Public relations Professional communication ▪ DGZI homepage (German / English), current weekly news and information platform for members ▪ Permanent presence in DZW (Dental Weekly), ZWP (Dentist-Success-Practice), Parodontologie Nachrichten (Periodontology News), Dental Tribune, Arab Dental Magazine ▪ Guest editorials in the Implantology Journal: Prof. Meyer (president of DGZMK), Dr. Weitkamp (president of BZÄK) ▪ Implantology Journal as most widely and regularly published expert journal with excellent audience figures according a special reader survey. ▪ Implants, the International Magazine of Oral Implantology Patient communication ▪ Patient information portal “www.dgzi-info.de” with information about dental treatments, innovative news and dentist finder for Germany. Every DGZI member owns a personal homepage on this platform. ▪ Cooperation with the Health Foundation ▪ Medical advice / focus online ▪ Patient information brochure ▪ Patient journal my magazine "Dental Implants" ▪ Publications in the German News paper "ProDente-Spezial", DBA on time (in-flight magazine), Easy Jet, Brigitte woman, Beauty & Aesthetic ▪ Informative events
  6. 6. Science ▪ Cooperation with universities, e. g. Greifswald, Düsseldorf, Göttingen, Bonn, Dresden, Berlin, Frankfurt, Krems and Munich ▪ Scientific advisory council, projects for more than 15 years ▪ DGZI Implant Dentistry Award ▪ DGZI Student Award in association with other societies and universities National and international publications ▪ Implantologie Journal (Implantology Journal) – 8 issues per year, circulation: 6,500 copies ▪ IMPLANTS - International Magazine of Oral Implantology – 4 issues per year, Circulation: 10,000 copies, distributed in more than 40 countries, at all major international trade fairs and congresses, to all DGZI members and trading partners as well as subscribers. Also available as online version. ▪ Oral Implantology Guide Book, German edition with more than 950 copies sold in one year following publication ▪ Oral Implantology Guide Book, first English edition available since two years ▪ Glossary of Oral Implantology explaining the most important terms in English and German. Partner committees / collegial cooperation ▪ German Consensus Conference of Oral Implantology ▪ KZBV (Federal Association of Panel Dentists) ▪ BZÄK (Federal Chamber of Dentists) Current membership numbers ▪ Stable membership development for many years ▪ Status as of March 2007: 3,500 members (More than 10,000 members including partner organizations) ▪ Members in more than 35 countries
  7. 7. Better quality of life with dental implants Dental implantology is a discipline in dentistry which has experienced the most significant and dramatic developments in the past 20 years. An important task laid down in the statutes of the DGZI, Europe’s oldest scientific society for dental implantology, is to provide the patient with objective and independent information about implant dentistry. As the oldest scientific implant expert association in Europe (founded in 1970), the GERMAN ASSOCIATION OF DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY (DGZI) has not only attended the developments of oral implantology but also established and created significant benchmarks. Some examples are the annual international conventions, continuing education courses in implant surgery, curriculum development programs, internships, supervisions, Oral Implantology Specialist examinations, promotion and support of national and international research projects by the scientific DGZI advisory board as well as the presentation of the DGZI Implant Dentistry Award. As early as at the beginning of the 1990s, DGZI began to administer an examination for particularly qualified colleagues to prove their knowledge and skills. Some 400 Specialists in implantology throughout Germany and abroad belong to the DGZI. They have many years of experience in implantology, have placed a large number of implants and, after undergoing comprehensive further education, they have passed the quality examination “Oral Implantology Specialist – DGZI” DGZI members receive the certificate "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI" upon successful completion of the examination. A successful examination entitles the examinee to bear the qualified designation "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI” and fulfillment of certain conditions. The detailed Guidelines for the grant “Oral Implantology Specialist – DGZI” is available on request. A special guide book serves to supplement the curricular contents for postgraduate education and the preparation for the "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI" examination as well as master studies. The main focus is on practical applicability and usability, particularly for younger colleagues who have just started their career as implantologist. Consequently, this book contains a collection of the most important questions and answers regarding implantology which are as indispensable to the beginner as to the expert.
  8. 8. Literature Oral Implantology Guide Book DGZI presents a compendium for both the preparation of postgraduate education in implantology and the examination for the "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI” diploma. Table of contents I. Fundamental anatomy I. 1. Embryology I.2. Bone - Quality / density - Quantity I. 3. Muscles I.4. Blood supply I. 5. Innervation I. 6. Temporomandibular joint II. Histology II. 1. Incision and dye techniques 2. Implant - bone interface III. Physiology III.1. Blood III. 2. Immune reactions of the body 3. Wound and bone healing IV. Pathology IV. 1. Anatomic changes and consequences due to edentulism in elderly IV. 2. Bone diseases, bone damage, changes in the mucosa and neoplasias IV. 3. Systemic diseases and disorders V. Diagnostic procedures including imaging V. 1. Pre-implant diagnostic evaluation V. 2. X-ray techniques V. 3. Computer tomography V. 4. Navigation VI. Indications /contraindications / clarification of risk factors VI. 1. Indications for endosseous implants VI. 2. Contraindications for endosseous implants VI. 4. Patient education VI. 5. Risk factors and criteria for success VII. Materials
  9. 9. VII. 1. Implants VII. 2. Superstructure VIII. Pharmacology / anesthesia VIII. 1. Antibiotics VIII. 2. Anesthetics and anesthetic procedures VIII. 3. Blood coagulation and anticoagulants IX. Oral implant placement techniques IX. 1. Endosseous implants IX. 2. Macrostructure IX. 3. Microstructure / surface IX. 4. Incision and wound closure IX. 5. Soft tissue management IX. 6. Augmentation and membrane technique IX. 7. Bone harvesting IX. 8. Implant loading IX. 9. Criteria for success X. Special techniques for the improvement and preparation of the implant site X. 1. Sinus floor augmentation X. 2. Nerve transpositioning X. 3. Distraction osteogenesis XI. Implant prosthodontic principles XII. Prevention and recall XIII. Complications, failures and their management XIV. Monitoring and emergency medicine
  10. 10. Post Graduate Education in Dental Implantology Overview Steps of possible and recognized education Options Curriculum DGZI (2 Semesters) Master Degree (Master of Science Implantology, MSc, 4 Semesters) Steps of education ▼ 1. Curriculum Implantology Examination: German Board of Oral Implantology (GBOI) Clinical: Training courses to get enough implant cases. ▼ 2. Expert in Implantology DGZI et al. (Consensus conference) Examination: Expert in Implantology (Tätigkeitsschwerpunkt). Clinical: Training courses to get more implant cases. ▼ 3. Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI. Examination: Specialist in Implantology. ↓ ▼4. Master of Science Implantology. Examination: MSc Implantology including Master Thesis. Postgraduate education –
  11. 11. Curriculum DGZI (two Semesters) A program offered through cooperation with universities and certified implantologists in private practice. Seminar Series with German Board Qualification ONE YEAR PROGRAM Preliminary Remarks The Curriculum Implantology has been developed in a cooperation of the bodies and expert speakers of DGZI and the participating universities. As a post graduate education course in implantology, the Curriculum Implantology is being offered as a basic training program through cooperation with universities as well as experienced practitioners. Cooperative concepts were harmonized in a German Consensus Conference of Oral Implantology (between DGZI, DGI, DGMKG, BDO, BDIZ) and incorporated into this series of implantology seminars. The curriculum offered by DGZI consists of 8 weekend sessions plus internship and supervision distributed over one year. The curriculum is aimed at dentists seeking sound continued dental education with great relevance to their daily work. The program focuses not only on theoretical aspects, but also places a major emphasis on implantology techniques that are relevant for the daily practice. A special focus was placed on paving the participants’ way to the practical application of the technique by means of exercises and live demonstrations. Participants will be given opportunity to practice their skills on specimens. As a special bonus exercises on superstructures as well as the recent subspecialties of augmentation, red and white implant aesthetics have also been integrated into the program. There is final examination at the conclusion of the curriculum. Participants who successfully complete the 8 weekend sessions, examinations and obtain a minimum of 20 additional points through internships / supervision may submit their documentation to the organization committee of DGZI. The qualification certificate (German board examination) will then be handled out. Pursuant to the agreements of the German Consensus Conference of Oral Implantology of the implantology societies, the qualification is recognized and confirmed.
  12. 12. Description of Each Curriculum Weekend (over two semesters) 1. Introduction into dental implantology 2. Basics of Implantology and Surgery 3. Theory and Practice of Implantology in Specimens 4. Implant Placement and Surgical Procedures in the Daily Practice 5. Soft Tissue and Bone Management 6. Special Aspects of Prosthetics in Implantology 7. Emergencies, Anesthesia, and Pharmacology 8. Innovative Procedures and Techniques in Implantology Internships and Supervision Two internships as part of the curriculum provide the participants with an opportunity to observe the activities of an experienced implantologist on a one-to-one basis and from close-by. The presence of the participant should not significantly interfere with the normal routine in the dentist’s practice. Breaks between treatments will provide ample time for discussions and there may even be an opportunity for the participant to assist the tutoring implantologist. Similar to university education, one supervision is a part of DGZI’s postgraduate education in implantology provides the participants with an opportunity to gain practical experience with real patients. The participant and the tutoring implantologist will discuss the design of the preparatory steps and surgery several weeks ahead of time. Following this, the participant performs an implant surgery on one of his or her own patients at the premises of and assisted by the tutoring implantologist. This ensures the safety and prevents stress during the first own steps in the field of implantology. COURSE FEES of the Postgraduate Education Program in Implantology (GBOI) IS 5600 EURO.
  13. 13. Expert in Implantology (Tätigkeitsschwerpunkt Implantologie Consensus Conference) Prerequisites Curriculum vitae (summarized). Proof of completed implantology-related education (curriculum), certified by an approved scientific association (DGZI: 180 points of instruction i.e. continuing education credits). Provide a copy of Dental license or proof of specialist training in any field (copy). Proof of at least 3 years active involvement in the field of implantology, 200 inserted implants or 70 cases in the relevant indication classes (statutory declaration, provision of 10 Panoramic x-rays). Courses and seminars organized (include course program if available) Own publications (if any). As an "Expert in implantology" in the field of dental implantology, the individual has to assure and pledge to abide by the guidelines, section V as follows: a) To provide annual proof of past or scheduled participation in implantology-related continuing education courses and seminars b) To abide by the indication criteria stipulated by the federal and scientific associations c) To comply with the interpretation of the fee guidelines issued by the professional organizations d) And to document all of my implant cases.
  14. 14. Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI The prerequisites of application are as follows: 1. Completion of at least 250 DGZI-recognized and German Dental association guidelines- compliant credit hours of continued medical education in various areas of Implantology in the five years preceding the submission of the application. This must include the completion of a recognized continued medical education program (180 credit hours, such as e.g. Curriculum Implantology DGZI). 2. Presentation of Curriculum vitae outlining the professional career and a relevant list of at least 400 implantations performed within the five years preceding the submission of the application. 3. Operation catalogue (evidence of surgical performance, surgery logbook. 4. From the total of the implantations documented the candidate has to submit the detailed documentation of 12 cases of implantations and prosthetic management performed by the applicant according to the selection and request of the examination committee. 5. The acceptance of continued medical education credits from annual meetings to set-off against the total of 250 credit hours required in accordance with sect.1. is at the discretion of the examination committee, which is liable to hear the executive board of DGZI on this issue. With regard to this item, the member has to submit an application to the executive board of DGZI. Guidelines For the Grant of the Qualification "Oral Implantology Specialist - DGZI" more detailed guidelines on request from the offices.
  15. 15. New Perspectives - Master of Science in Oral Surgery Implantology (MSc) Danube University Krems German Association of Dental Implantology The master’s program “Implantology” is geared towards practicing dentists and offers practice-based university-level continuing education of international quality. It is designed as in-service training and is offered in German language and now also in English language in cooperation with German DGZI (German Association of Dental Implantology). For the Danube University Krems, 2005 has been a year filled with milestones. On February 1, 2005, the new executive board began its work, setting the course for the development of Danube University Krems into a European competence center for continuing education. We will continue to optimize the university’s potential by developing our research capacities, utilizing internal synergies, and reinforcing international networks. In the implementation of the ambitious program the executive board is supported by the highly motivated staff of the university, to be expanded by the addition of new professors in the fall. The interest the enterprise Danube University Krems is generating is
  16. 16. illustrated, among others, by the number of applications: 270 highly qualified scientists from all over the world have applied for the 13 advertised professorships. Upon the completion of Krems Campus in October 2006, studying and working at Danube University Krems will take place within even more attractive surroundings. New classrooms, seminar rooms, a research center, a library and a lecture hall, apartments for students and instructors, as well as a repertory cinema have been built according to plans by Dietmar Feichtinger, an architect living in Paris. The new university campus offers more than 4,000 students and 450 staff members a place to teach, study, research, and work. Last but not least, Danube University is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year. Danube University Krems opened its doors in 1995 with 93 students and three courses of study; today, this university for continuing education offers more than 100 courses of study, which are attended by more than 4,000 students. It is a phenomenal development and a success eager to continue. Join in this undertaking and open up new prospects for your career! Within the field of dentistry, implantology has increasingly emerged as an area of specialization in its own right. The goal of the post-graduate university training course “Implantology” for dentists is to provide students with in-depth, application-oriented scientific knowledge and practical skills in the area of implantology. The focus is on indication, planning, symptoms and surgery, as well as post-operative care, liaison with associated prosthetics and general diseases as well as other individual disciplines in dental and oral diseases and maxillofacial surgery. The course of study particularly focuses on the connection between theory and practice in the area of invasive surgical procedures. Students will be able to offer state-of the art implantology, consistent with forensic ethical standards, as a special emphasis of their practice and as a specialization. Currently, more than 300 masters have earned their degree in one of the specialist areas; more than 700 dentists are currently actively enrolled in studies in Germany. Pursuant to the European standards of the “Bologna Conference” of the Ministers of Science, the “Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)” degree requires a total of at least 50 semester hours including corresponding partial examinations, case documentations, practical training and a master thesis as well as a final examination
  17. 17. with a total of 180 ECTS points (European Credit Transfer System for the assessment of various studies). The “Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)” at Danube University, the state university for postgraduate studies, is based on these comprehensive conditions. According to the examination regulations, both interim examinations pertaining to all topics as well as a final examination before the board of examiners need to be taken. The course of studies has been approved pursuant to the 404th ordinance issued by the Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture (Federal Law Gazette 2004) and is recognized in Germany, Europe as well as internationally. Special courses of study are now being offered for DGZI curriculum graduates within the scope of the cooperation between DGZI and PUSH / Danube University Krems. The reduced tuition fee for the “MSc in Implantology” course of studies within the scope of cooperation between DGZI / PUSH / Danube University represents a significant reduction of almost one third of the total costs, based on the recognition of the continuing education provided by the DGZI curriculum which equals and is recognized as two semesters of studies. The duration of the studies for the Master degree will consist of additional four semesters / 32 semester hours / 32 seminar study days plus interactive studies (at least 24 months duration of studies) for DGZI curriculum graduates. All conditions outlined in the official examination regulations of the national Danube University regarding the “MSc in Implantology” must be fulfilled. This means that written examination, case documentation including corresponding specification of indication and documentation regulations (master thesis / defense and expert discussion) must be completed. A professor will serve as mentor for writing the master thesis. DGZI is currently the scientific implantological expert association in Germany and probably in Europe, the educational components of which are being recognized by a national European university.
  18. 18. Danube University Krems Course of Study Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology based on the Curriculum Implantology of The German Association of Dental Implantology (DGZI) Master of Science (MSc) Detailed Description of the Curriculum of the MSc 2007 2008 2009 Please check website: www.duk-push.de/oral_impl_lehrplan.pdf Note: The theoretical program may be subject to change by the organizers.
  19. 19. Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology Donau – University / Krems Based On the Curriculum of DGZI Master Of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology ( MSc ) Two years program starting 5/09/2007 ending 25/09/2009 Theory: 1. Four blocks of five days each, plus one block of 8 days distributed over two years at Danube University Krems in Austria. (See detailed curriculum of the MSc ) 2. One block for examinations and thesis discussion at the end of the program in Austria (23 – 25 September 2009) Clinical education: 1. One internship block of two days demonstrating different surgical techniques on different patients at an certified implant center. 2. Supervision can be done at an authorized Dental Implant Center acc. to the requirements of the examination regulations and the principles of the case documentation. Target group: Practicing dentists, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Degree: Master of Science in Oral Surgery / Implantology (MSc)
  20. 20. Duration: 6 semesters, in-service training ECTS points: 180 Recommended Literature for preparation e.g. C.E. Misch Contemporary Implant Dentistry DGZI Oral Implantology Guide Book DGZI Glossary of Oral Implantology DGZI Curriculum Script: Volume I ff. For more information about literature please ask the organizers and professors. Fees: On request. Application: For application or further information, please contact DGZI Central Office by: DGZI e. V. Central Office, Department of Education Feldstrasse 80 40479 Düsseldorf, Germany Ph. +49-211-16960-77, Fax +49-211-16970-66 office@dgzi-info.de www.dgzi.de Or for request from Middle and Far East region by: DGZI - International Office PO Box 960446 Amman 11196, Jordan Ph. +962 6 5533160, Fax +962 6 5532515 Mobile +962 7 95513313
  21. 21. Email drtamimi@go.com.jo www.dgzi-international.com Application Form for the German Board Of Oral Implantology Examinations Please complete or mark where appropriate: Surname, Title: ................… First name:.............................. Street: ................................. Postal code/City:.......................... Country………………….. Mobile ( Phone )……………………… Tel (office): ........................... Tel (home): ............................ Fax: ............................................................ Email: .........................................................(is a must) Dentist ( ) Oral surgeon ( ) Maxillo facial surgeon ( ) Other specialty ( ) Graduated from ( name of university ) ………………………………………… Year………. Spoken languages :……………………………………. Experience with implantology: Yes ( ) No ( ). I am a member of DGZI Yes ( ) since…………. No ( )
  22. 22. Previous dental implantology courses / certificates and dates, 1.……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2.……………………………………………………………………………………………….. 3.……………………………………………………………………………………………… Inserting implants since: ……… Number of implants inserted: ................................. I am familiar with the following implant systems: ………………. I am submitting my binding application concerning the participation in the obove mentioned education in Oral Surgery / Implantology. I am aware that there are additional fees to be paid for the clinical cases of the training program and that neither the cost of implants and prosthesis nor the internship or supervision costs are included in the course fee. The legal and contractual regulations detailed in the program brochure become the basis of this application and as such are an integral part of the contract. With regard to course topics, the issues detailed in the program brochure are considered as agreed between the concerned parties. However, it must be noted again that changes and amendments beyond the scope shown there in can be made at the sole discretion of the organizers. I will submit my examination qualification in English translation to the board of directors. ............................................ Signature Date……… Fees OF GBOI
  23. 23. O Curriculum Implantology (5600 Euros incl. 8 weekend sessions) O Internship (100 Euros per case) OSupervision (200 Euros per implant) Note: Acceptance in the program is subjected to the board of directors decision and after submitting all required documents and the payment of 700 Euros nonrefundable with the application (Application fees of the GBOI are part of the tuition). Please submit your application to: International office of DGZI 143 Gardens street P.O. Box 960446 Amman 11196 Jordan Phone +962 6 5533160 Fax +962 6 5532515 Mobile +962 7 95513313 www.dgzi-international.com Email : drtamimi@dgzi-international.com PAYMENT METHODS: ** 50% of the fees before the 1st session . ** 25% of the fees before the 4th session . ** 25% of the fees before the 7th session .
  24. 24. Points rating for continuing education Federal Chamber of Dentists (BZÄK) / German Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Dentistry (DGZMK), German Consensus Conference of the most important scientific societies and associations of dental and oral implantology including DGZI A / Lecture-style class without active involvement of participants such as lecture, symposium, conference, congress, etc. (at home or abroad) 1 point per hour of continuing education 3 points for every half day (3 or more hours) 6 points for every whole day (6 or more hours) 2 additional points for half day or whole day events if they include an oral or written training evaluation B / Continuing education with active involvement of the participants such as workshops, seminars, courses, exercises, quality circles, study groups, visits, practical training, active case demonstrations, supervisions, etc. (at home or abroad) 1 point per hour of continuing education 4 points per half day or 8 points per whole day 1 additional point for hands-on work with a patient, a dummy or a preparation as main course content 2 additional points for half day or whole day events if they include an oral or written training evaluation C / Interactive continuing education via electronic, audiovisual or visual media including a written progress report 1 point per training unit
  25. 25. Note: no more than 10 points per year! D / Work as author/speaker 2 points per submission / lecture / poster Note: no more than 20 points per year! E / Self-study by means of literature 10 points per year F / Successfully completed final discussion / case presentation following a course of instruction 15 points once per course of instruction G / Recognition of offered medicine-related continuing education which has been officially awarded a certain number of points.
  26. 26. Now over 35 years of experience and partnership to the implantologist and dentist. German Association of Dental Implantology

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