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From 09/19/18 to 09/22/18, an orthopedic dentist at the European Dental Center attended the annual international congress DGOI

From 09/19/18 to 09/22/18, an orthopedic dentist at the European Dental Center attended the annual international congress DGOI

FROM 09/19/18 TO 09/22/18 THE DOCTOR DENTISTRY ORTHOPEDIST OF THE EUROPEAN DENTAL CENTER VISITED THE ANNUAL DGOI INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS


Between 09/19/18 and 09/22/18, an orthopedic dentist at the European Dental Center, Barsky Maxim Leonidovich, attended the annual international congress of the “German Association of Oral Implantologists (DGOI)” which was held in Munich on the eve of the Oktoberfest festival.
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All days of the congress passed in a friendly and warm atmosphere. A large number of doctors and professors from around the world and Germany in particular took part in the congress. It's nice that I know many people personally, since several times a year we meet at various dental conferences in different countries of the world and discuss new interesting and complex clinical cases that we have encountered in our work recently.
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I listened to many informative lectures from the world's leading dentists and attended several workshops on dental implantation and implant prosthetics.
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And so, I want to summarize the Congress and draw some conclusions that I will share with you with pleasure. After listening to many lectures, I note that at least half, and possibly most, was devoted to the digitization (digitalization) of dentistry. The development of the latest programs and equipment that helps doctors more accurately diagnose a certain pathology and plan on the computer the most accurate and predictable treatment plan, which will subsequently lead to better and more accurately predicted results of treatment of patients at the stage of implantation and further prosthetics on these implants.
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And so, I want to summarize the Congress and draw some conclusions that I will share with you with pleasure. After listening to many lectures, I note that at least half, and possibly most, was devoted to the digitization (digitalization) of dentistry. The development of the latest programs and equipment that helps doctors more accurately diagnose a certain pathology and plan on the computer the most accurate and predictable treatment plan, which will subsequently lead to better and more accurately predicted results of treatment of patients at the stage of implantation and further prosthetics on these implants.