Orthopedics Meets Dentistry – Virtual Round

On November 19, CeramTec hosted the live virtual round “Orthopedics meets Dentistry” followed by over 400 participants worldwide to learn from international clinical and material experts about the role of implant materials in orthopedics and dentistry.

During the discussion moderated by Dr. med. Dominik Pförringer (Munich), Prof. Justin Cobb (London), Prof. Jens Fischer (Basel) and Prof. Corrado Piconi (Faenza) exchanged their views on the use of ceramic implants today, their benefits, their limitations and their future potential.

Did you miss the live session? You can watch the replay on our YouTube channel here.
The Panel Discussion was presented by

Dr. Dominik Pförringer

Orthopedic and Trauma Surgeon at the Munich University Hospital “Rechts der Isar”, DRG specialist and expert in the field of digitalization of health and hospitals.

Our Panelists

Is a world free of metal implants in orthopedics and dentistry conceivable? Dr. Dominik Pförringer's asked the interdisciplinary faculty Prof. Justin Cobb, Prof. Corrado Piconi and Prof. Jens Fischer their view on this topic. Watch below their answers to some of the questions.

*The presented authors’ views and opinions are solely those of the authors of these publications.

Recording from November 19th

„Would you say that patients are more satisfied with a ceramic implant?"

Prof. Justin Cobb, Professor of orthopedic surgery at the Imperial College in London and head of the MSk Lab.

Recording from November 19th

„Do you see that all doctors, being orthopedics, implantologists or dentists, are they ready for ceramics yet?"

Prof. Corrado Piconi, Professor for biomaterials for orthopedic and dental. Ortho­pedics, Faculty of Medicine of the Catholic University, and Senior Associate in (ISTEC-CNR), Faenza.
 

Recording from November 19th

„How do you explain all the new trends and the fascination towards ceramic?“

Prof. Jens Fischer, Professor for materials science and engineering for reconstructive dentistry and temporomandibular disorders; University Hospital of Dental Medicine, University of Basel.
 

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