Invitation to the 6th ICCO Study Club Meeting

We are excited to invite you to the 6th Study Club Meeting hold on September 7th 2023.

Thursday, September 7th 2023 
7:00pm – 9:30pm 
Hotel Widder, Rennweg 7, 8001 Zürich
The hotel is located a 6 minute walk from Zurich main station.
Language: German

2.5 hours of practice-relevant training



Interaction of orthodontics and dental implantology
Young patients with agenesis of teeth or after tooth loss due to an accident, who are often still in the mixed dentition, are primarily cared for by orthodontists. At a certain point however, the question of a long-term provisional or possibly definitive restoration arises. This is where cooperation with prosthodontically active colleagues and interdisciplinary coordination begins. Mutual understanding, good dental coordination and clear communication with the patient, including active expectation management, now become enormously important.

My presentation uses clinical examples to highlight the most important steps and questions for planning these often complex cases. When do implant restorations make sense? Can a solution without implants also be possible or sought in selected cases? What are the concerns and expectations of our patients (and their parents)? How can we achieve the best result together? I look forward to a lively, collegial exchange with you

PD. Dr. Nadja Nänni
Nadja Nänni completed her studies in dentistry at the Centre for Dental Medicine at the University of Zurich in 2004 and received her "Doctor medicinae dentium" (Dr. med. dent.) there in 2005.

After working in two private practices for 6 years, she completed the 3-year specialisation training at the Clinic for Reconstructive Dentistry, University of Zurich (2011-2013), graduating with the title "Specialist in Reconstructive Dentistry" (2015). In 2019, she received the "Master of Advanced Studies in Oral Implantology" from the University of Zurich. In 2021, the University of Zurich granted her the "Venia legendi" for the field of Dental Prosthodontics, Oral Implantology and Dental Materials Science.

Since 2013, Dr Nänni has been a senior physician and, since 2022, scientific department head at the Centre for Dental Medicine at the University of Zurich (Prof. Ronald Jung). She spent one year (2017) as a visiting scientist in Malmö and Gothenburg (Prof. Ann Wennerberg).

Dr. Nänni is leading the specialisation programme at the Clinic for Reconstructive Dentistry. She is a senior physician in the interdisciplinary team for peri-implantitis at the Zurich Centre for Dentistry, which specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant diseases. Her scientific focus is on prosthodontics, implantology and regenerative procedures. Her clinical focus is on the treatment of complex, aesthetically challenging cases taking into account all aspects of reconstructive and implant dentistry.

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