Oral Sugery/Implantology

Implantology and oral surgery are two important elements of dental, oral and maxillofacial medicine, and in their view they undoubtedly support and complement each other. Implantology is one of the major growth areas. No other area has developed as strongly in recent years from a diagnostic, therapeutic and scientific perspective. Other factors such as demographic development, the multimorbidity of older patients and the constantly changing spectrum of medicine with new treatment options also place new and ever higher demands on surgical treatment. Nor should the needs of the patient be forgotten. The majority of patients still want holistic treatment from their family dentist, despite the general trend towards specialisation. It should therefore be a matter of course for the practice of today to successfully offer implantology and oral surgery. Anyone who has ever dealt with implantology and oral surgery wants to expand their intellectual and manual range of skills. Dentists should not immediately push themselves to their limits, but rather undertake to a well-founded scientific learning process. The transfer of secure concepts and alternatives, combined with manual skills, should enable dentists to meet the demands of successful implantation and surgery even in difficult situations and to intervene confidently in the event of complications. This programme meets the contemporary and increased surgical requirements. You, too, can meet the expectations of a modern society and qualify yourself for the future.

Academic Director:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. Ralf Gutwald
Dean and Coordinator of Scientific Continuing Education and Postgraduate Studies at Danube Private University (DPU)