The Oral Reconstruction (OR) Global Symposium, themed 'Quo Vadis Implant Dentistry', will be held from 18-20 May 2023 in Rome, to address the future of implant dentistry and dental tissue regeneration. Numerous practical details about proven and new clinical therapeutic approaches will be discussed during the event.
With the OR Global Symposium in Rome, the OR Foundation is building a bridge to traditional international congresses. Elected last year, OR Foundation President Dr Luca Cordaro also serves as Congress Chair. Together with the scientific committee, Professor Juan Blanco (Spain), Professor Dehua Li (China), Professor Michael Stimmelmayr (Germany), Professor Irena Sailer (Switzerland), Professor Anton Sculean (Switzerland) and Dr Homa Zahed (USA), more than 30 world-renowned speakers have been recruited to share their knowledge and experience in a practical way. Together they will present a differentiated and groundbreaking programme aimed at dental professionals from all areas of dental oral reconstruction.
The congress language is English, and the lectures will be simultaneously translated into German, French, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish.
For thousands of years, Rome was the centre of one of the greatest civilisations and its historic centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just outside the city is the Auditorium Parco della Musica, where the congress will be held. For the weekend, this venue, reminiscent of Roman architecture, will become a multicultural meeting and exchange place for dental professionals.
For information on the programme or to register, visit https://symposium2023.orfoundation.org/
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Explore the future of dental implantology in Rome. Br Dent J 234, 302 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41415-023-5673-4