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Professional Development at the University Clinic in Cologne: Course with Professor Jörg Neugebauer, May 2-3, 2013

Date: May 2-3, 2013

Professor Jörg Neugebauer, Vice President of the European Association of Implantologists BDIZ EDI, a globally renowned maxillofacial surgeon, provided a unique opportunity for the professional development of our Chief Physician, Vadim Georgievich Klimentiev, at the University Clinic in Cologne.

Dental Implantation: Mentorship by Professor Neugebauer

Professor Neugebauer, focusing on maxillofacial surgery, conducted courses on dental implantation, highlighting the most advanced techniques in surgical intervention. The courses provided an opportunity to observe a bone block autotransplantation surgery, demonstrating a high level of professionalism and the ability to work with technological innovations.

Europe's Pioneer: Sinus Lift by Professor Neugebauer

Professor Neugebauer boldly ventured into innovation by performing one of the first sinus lift surgeries in Europe. This approach was previously considered revolutionary and posed certain challenges in perception among professionals. However, thanks to the research and experience of Professor Neugebauer, this technique has become a standard in modern dental practice, providing more effective treatment methods and updated approaches to patients.

Professor's Teaching Approach: Combining Information and Entertainment

Professor Neugebauer, in his courses, aims to provide up-to-date information with elements of entertainment, making even topics that may seem "boring" engaging and understandable. His goal is to offer participants not only knowledge but also inspiration for further professional growth.

Professional development at the University Clinic in Cologne with Professor Neugebauer has affirmed our commitment to excellence and the integration of advanced techniques into the practice of the European Dental Center, ensuring high-quality treatment for patients in Ukraine.