Curriculum Oral Surgery

Various instruments for oral surgeons

A new oral surgery curriculum was launched at the Pfaff Institute in 2023. The idea behind it: we want to give dentists in further training to become oral surgery specialists the opportunity to update their theoretical knowledge and some practical tips and tricks in the various fields of oral surgery – not only to prepare them well for their exams, but also to stimulate lifelong learning in this field.

The curriculum offers a very comprehensive range of topics over a two-year rotation in various course modules designed by renowned speakers, from anesthesia, dentoalveolar surgery, implantology, augmentations, odontogenic infections, traumatology, oral surgical treatment of patients with general medical risks, to basic pharmacology, legal aspects of treatment, communication, oral medicine and much more. It is intended not only for candidates in advanced training, but also for colleagues interested in oral surgery.

You can look forward to a curriculum that expands the skills you have acquired in addition to your practical daily work with additional theoretical knowledge and a perspective on various oral surgical focal points.

Introduction, legal basis, local anaesthesia (PD Dr. Strietzel, RA Váczi, Dr. Zoske)

  • Introduction to the curriculum, anamnesis, clinical examination
  • Legal basis, education, documentation
  • Local anaesthesia:
    • Pharmacology
    • Local anaesthetics
    • Vasoconstrictors
    • Techniques
    • Anatomy
    • Complications

Basic principles of surgical therapy (Prof. Stiller)

  • Topographical anatomy of the field
  • Wound types and wound healing
  • Regenerative properties of the tissues involved
  • Implantation and tissue replacement
  • Transplants
  • Instrumentation and instrumental requirements Instrument set, tray system, surgical drilling unit
  • Principles of the operation: Opening (incision)
  • Preparation of the tissues (soft tissue, hard tissue)
  • Methods of hemostasis (surgical, electrosurgical, hemostyptic), wound closure, immobilization and dressing, sutures, suture techniques, splinting, osteosynthesis.
  • Aftercare
  • Hands-on course: cutting, preparation and suturing exercises on the porcine mandible

Emergency course (F. Eisenreich)

  • Basics: consciousness, breathing, cardiovascular system
  • A, B, C, D, E
  • Shock forms
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Emergency equipment, emergency kit
  • Techniques of i.v. access
  • Risk management (premedication and sedation procedures).
  • Monitoring
  • Emergency medication
  • Treatment under general anesthesia:
    • Basics of anaesthesia
    • Information about the patient
    • Induction of anesthesia, behavior during the procedure, monitoring, recovery room, postoperative care
    • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation technique (BLS and ALS)
    • Emergency medicine exercises

Patient and employee communication (Dr. Handrock)

  • verbal and non-verbal communication
  • Immediate need for treatment (acute, pain patient)
  • Schedulable need for treatment
  • No immediate need for treatment
  • Prophylaxis and recall patient

Hygiene (Dr. Simonis, Prof. Martiny)

  • Legal basis MPG, MPBetreibV, MPSV, notification procedure according to MPSV, RKI recommendations
  • Operational-organizational requirements
  • Instrument reprocessing Cleaning and disinfection, sterilisation
  • Technical preventive measures Treatment rooms, water-carrying systems
  • Functional preventive measures during surgery
  • Health protection of the personnel

Structure and organization of an oral surgery practice (Dr. Dr. Strunz)

  • Counselling and surgery education so that it comes across positively (and patients don’t run away screaming).
  • for this practical exercises in (positive) communication
  • Processes in the surgical practice, how do I organize the processes in the team, in the OR, in the steri, etc.?
  • my practice concept, tips and tricks for planning an effective practice structure
  • Employee management made practical and lived
  • Tips and tricks for tooth removal
  • Socket Preservation with practical exercises

Bleeding complications, oral surgery in diseases of the oral mucosa (PD Dr. Strietzel)
This course module deals with two topics that are rarely and rather selectively addressed in textbooks and advanced training courses. Bleeding and bleeding complications are discussed in terms of causes, particularities of the anamnesis and at the same time with regard to the management of these complications. In a second lecture, special features of oral mucosal diseases or diseases that (also) manifest themselves in the oral mucosa as well as the resulting consequences for oral surgical interventions in affected patients are discussed.


Dentoalveolar surgery I (PD Dr. Strietzel)

  • Tooth extraction, surgical tooth removal, displaced / impacted teeth, orthodontic exposure, sequestrotomies…

This course module introduces tooth removal, surgical tooth removal, sequestrotomy, exposure of teeth for orthodontic adjustment and autologous tooth (germ) transplantation. The indications to be considered in each case are presented as well as the step-by-step procedure for planning and preparation, execution and follow-up treatment. In addition, possible complications, difficulties and the necessary measures to deal with them are discussed as well as prognostic considerations.

  • A hands-on course on incision, preparation or osteotomy and suturing exercises on the porcine mandible completes this course day.

Basic Psychosomatic Competence (Prof. Kropp)

  • Acute vs. chronic pain
  • Classification of pain according to the International Headache Society 3rd edition
  • Etiology, pathophysiology, therapy and prophylaxis of facial pain and headaches
  • Case studies
  • Interdisciplinarity and multimodal approaches to treatment.
  • practical demonstrations

Surgical tooth preservation (Dr Petschler, PD Dr Pischon)

Periodontal surgery:

  • Indications
  • closed / open curettage
  • resective, regenerative / augmentative procedures
  • periodontal plastic surgery
  • Flap Plastics
  • Ligament or scar correction

Root apex resection:

  • Indications and contraindications
  • various techniques and incision patterns in the anterior and posterior regions of the maxilla and mandible
  • retrograde filling
  • Hemisection
  • Root amputation
  • intentional replantation: indications, techniques

Pathology of the soft tissues / oral mucosa changes and diseases (Prof. Remmerbach)

  • Diagnostics and therapy
  • Tissue samples for histology and direct immunofluorescence
  • Exfoliative cytology and DNA cytometry – what to take when: cytology, cytochemistry, cytometry
  • Histology, immunohistochemistry
  • Basics of taking tissue samples and smears
  • Infections in the soft tissue area
  • Changes, diseases of the tongue
  • Benign and malignant soft tissue tumors, premalignant lesions

Traumatology (Prof. Filippi)

  • Clinical and imaging diagnostics and classification as well as therapy: Traumatology of the teeth
  • Replantation, reduction and splinting of luxated teeth
  • with children and adolescents
  • For adults

Laser dentistry (Prof. Dr. Deppe)
Lasers are used in many areas of technology, medicine and science. In the interest of patient and occupational safety, the legislator has enacted the new Ordinance on Artificial Optical Radiation (OStrV) (last amendment 11/2017). The associated Technical Rules for the Occupational Health and Safety Ordinance on Artificial Optical Radiation (TROS Laserstrahlung) reflect the state of the art in technology, occupational medicine and industrial hygiene.
With these changes, the legislator requires that the Laser Safety Officer (LSB) must have special expertise. The term “expert” previously used in DGUV Regulation 11/12 and BGV B2 is no longer applicable. Instead, according to OStrV 2017, the LSB must have the required specialist knowledge. The successful participation in a training course required in § 5 para. 2 of the OStrV implies passing a final examination with at least 15 MC questions. The type and number of teaching units of these courses are also newly prescribed. In addition, the LSB must keep his qualification up to date through further training (at least six teaching units every 5 years). Laser safety officers with training before mid-2004 have often not passed an examination. Complete attendance at an appropriate course, or at least retake the examination, may be necessary. In the course, the most important changes for laser users are presented and corresponding recommendations for action are given. Numerous case studies of clinical indications round off the topic.

  • Physical quantities and properties of laser radiation
  • Biological effect of laser radiation
  • Legal basis and rules of technology
  • Laser safety and protection (incl. indirect hazards)
  • Laser safety in practice: Exemplary implementation of a risk assessment
  • Tasks and responsibilities of the LSB in the company

With this course, the dentist receives the required training as a laser protection officer in accordance with the guidelines according to OStrV and TROS. It is certified that the course participant has successfully participated in a training seminar for laser protection officers in 8 teaching units.
Training and certificate for laser safety officer included in the course


Pharmacology (Dr. Appel)

  • Medication history
  • Drug interactions
  • Major drug groups: Analgesics, Antiphlogistics, Antirheumatics.
  • Relevant drug procedures
  • Premedication
  • Swelling prophylaxis
  • Antibacterial prophylaxis
  • Perioperative medication
  • Postoperative pain and swelling conditions

Major traumatology of the skull (Prof. Heiland, PD Dr. Dr. Rendenbach)

  • Diagnosis of complex skull fractures
  • Possibilities and techniques of outpatient care
  • Fracture treatment of the maxilla and mandible
  • Emergency management
  • conservative (dental splint dressings)
  • surgical (osteosynthesis)
  • Treatment of intra- and perioral soft tissue injuries
  • Removal of foreign bodies / osteosynthesis material
  • Treatment organization
  • Operational risks, general medical risks, identification of risks and risk management
  • Hands-on course: technique of jaw and tooth splinting including suture technique and hemostasis with practical exercises.

Pathology of hard tissues (PD Dr. Göstemeyer, Dr. Sturm)

  • Developmental disorders of the dental hard tissues
  • Caries – diagnostics and therapy
  • Pulpitis – diagnostics and therapy
  • Periodontitis apicalis – diagnostics and therapy

Odontogenic infections (Dr. Wendy).

  • Abscesses and infiltrates, diagnosis and therapy
  • Incision for abscess opening; timing, method.
  • When to refer for further inpatient treatment (lodge abscesses)
  • Antibiotic use and physical treatment methods
  • Treatment of chronic soft tissue and bone infections

Diseases of the maxillary sinuses (Prof. Jungehülsing, Dr. Dr. Teltzrow)

  • Diagnostics, differential diagnoses, clinical and radiological evaluation
  • Radiological imaging and endoscopy / sonography (overview)
  • Plastic closure of mouth-antrum connections
  • Foreign body removal
  • Surgical rehabilitation of the odontogenically diseased maxillary sinus
  • The maxillary sinus from the perspective of ENT and MKG
  • Case presentation and quiz: Special cases from 15 years of close clinical cooperation MKG/ ENT

Dentoalveolar surgery II (Dr Neckel)

  • Odontogenic and non-odontogenic cysts: differential diagnosis and therapy
  • Epithelial and non-epithelial cysts
  • Surgical techniques depending on location and extension
  • Neurolysis / nerve displacements
  • Wound revisions
  • Ligament or scar correction
  • Corrections of the prosthesis bearing
  • Vestibulum/ oral floor sculptures
  • Mucosal/connective tissue grafts

Diagnostic imaging (Dr Nobel)

  • conventional X-ray
  • 3-D procedures (CT, DVT, MRT)
  • Overview: Planning software (implantological diagnostics and planning), sonography (overview)

Basics of implantology (Prof. Stiller)

  • Basics
  • Introduction, indications/risk factors/contraindications
  • Implant systems, implantation modes, immediate implantation, immediate loading
  • surgical exposure of implants, healing times of oral implants
  • Open or closed healing

Basics of implant-prosthetic planning and restoration (Dr. Adali, Prof. Schwitalla)

  • Diagnostics and planning
  • Basics of therapy planning and diagnostics
  • clinical and instrumental diagnostics
  • Imaging, model analysis
  • Transfer of the implant position according to the planning documents
  • Analog and digital planning
  • Basics of implant prosthetics

Tumors (Prof. Heiland, PD Dr. Dr. Koerdt)

  • Tumours of the jaw, mucosa, salivary glands, odontogenic tumours
  • Clinical and imaging diagnostics
  • Criteria for benignity / malignancy
  • Progressive diagnostics, prophylaxis
  • Basics of taking tissue samples (techniques of sample excisions / biopsies)
  • Cooperation with specialist colleagues (pathology, maxillofacial surgery, ENT surgery, anesthesia)
  • Surgical removal of benign neoplasms from soft tissue, from bone
  • Surgical removal of salivary stones

Periodontal and peri-implant diseases and conditions: diagnosis and therapy (PD Dr. Strietzel, Dr. Kuzmanova)

Periodontal diseases and conditions:

  • Classification
  • Etiology, risk factors
  • Staged concept for the therapy of periodontitis stage I-IV (S3-LL, PAR-RL)
  • Indications for surgical periodontal therapy
  • Periodontal aftercare

Peri-implant diseases and conditions:

  • Peri-implant healthy vs. diseased (classification)
  • Etiology, risk factors
  • Examination, diagnostics (clinical, radiological)
  • Therapy planning, clinical decision making
  • Therapy of mucositis
  • Therapy of periimplantitis
  • Non-surgical anti-infective therapy
  • Biofilm removal methods (mechanical, physical, chemical)
  • Surgical anti-infective therapy: resective, regenerative/reconstructive, implantoplasty.
  • Explantation
  • Peri-implant soft tissue management
  • Peri-implant follow-up, individual risk assessment
  • Preventive measures
  • Complications management

Hands-on:

  • Decontamination of the implant surface
  • Augmentation of peri-implant bone defects

Systemic diseases with relevance for oral surgery (Prof. Jackowski)

  • Osteopathies
  • Diseases of the connective tissue, collagenoses
  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Diseases of the haematopoietic system
  • Diseases of the internal organs (heart, liver, kidneys, respiratory organs)
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Thyroid Diseases
  • Dermatological diseases
  • Blood clotting disorders
  • Metabolic, genetic, and other non-neoplastic diseases.

Patients with special requirements (Prof. Jackowski)

  • Severe general diseases
  • Multimorbid patients
  • Patients with increased risk of infection
  • Geriatric patients
  • Children
  • People with disabilities
  • Patients before and after radiotherapy
  • Patients under bisphosphonate/antiresorptive therapy

Diseases of the salivary glands/disorders of the temporomandibular joints/dysgnathia and their treatment (Prof. Heiland, Dr. Dr. Doll)

  • Basic principles of combined orthodontic and mkg-surgical treatments.
  • mono/bimaxillary interventions
  • Basic principles of osteosynthesis and distraction
  • Hands on plate osteosynthesis

Complications in oral implantology (Prof. Weischer)

  • Recognize and treat patients at risk
  • What should be considered implantologically in the case of diabetes, blood thinners, bisphosphonates, cortisone administration, old patients, osteoporosis, etc.?
  • Complications (general, surgical, prosthetic, inflammatory) and solutions
  • How do I avoid complications, e.g. during augmentation?
  • How do I protect nerves? How far do I have to represent a nerve?
  • When to prescribe which medicines?
  • Forensics / What is a medical error? How do I clarify?
  • Video – Operations
  • Intensive practical exercises on the pig pine

Implantology and augmentative surgery (Univ.-Prof. Nahles, O. Wagendorf)

  • Preparation of the implant site in the normal structured bone site and in the compromised bone site
  • Augmentations (vertical, lateral)
  • Hard tissue replacement Materials: autogenous, allogenous, xenogenous, alloplastic; growth factors, tissue engineering, techniques: Attachment, insertion and superimposition, transplantation, distraction
  • Soft tissue: free tissue transfer, pedicled tissue transfer, microvascularisation
  • Basics of epithetics

Topics: Introduction, anamnesis, clinical examination/legal basis, information, documentation, local anaesthesia

Speakers: PD Dr. Strietzel, RA Váczi, Dr. Zoske

Course date: Fri 27.01.2023 from 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 28.01.2023 from 09:00 – 15:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Basic principles of surgical therapy

Speaker: Prof. Stiller

Course date: Fri 03.03.2023 from 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Emergency training for dentists

Speaker: Frank Eisenreich

Course dates: Fri 17.03.23, 15:00 – 19:00 and Sat 18.03.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Philipp Pfaff Institute, seminar room 2 (basement), Aßmannshauser Str. 4-6, 14197 Berlin

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. Sie laufen dann in Richtung Hei­delberger Platz und biegen in die Straße Heidelberger Platz ein, die nach wenigen Metern in die Aß­mannshauser Straße übergeht. Die Zahn­klinik befindet sich nach etwa 200 m zu Ihrer rech­ten Hand. Bitte nehmen Sie den Haupteingang (Nr. 4-6, nicht die davor liegende Nr. 4).

Arrival by bus
Take bus line 249 to “Heidelberger Platz” or bus line 186 to “Rüdesheimer Platz”.

Approach by car
On the A100 city motorway, take the “Detmolder Straße” exit.
Coming from the south, turn left at the traffic lights into Mecklenburgische Straße. Turn left again into the next street “Heidelberger Platz”. You are driving directly towards Aßmannshauser Straße. You will then find the dental clinic on your right. There is a car park there. There is another car park in Nauheimer Straße.
Coming from the north, please turn around on Detmolder Straße and turn left at the next traffic lights into Mecklenburgische Straße. Use the first possibility on the left to get to Aßmannshauser Straße.

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Topics: Patient and staff communication/hygiene

Course date: Fri 05.05.2023, 14:00 – 19:00 (Dr Handrock) and Sat 06.05.2023, 09:00 – 17:00 (Dr Simonis, Prof Martiny)

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Philipp-Pfaff-Institut, Aßmannshauser Str. 4-6, 14197 Berlin

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. Sie laufen dann in Richtung Hei­delberger Platz und biegen in die Straße Heidelberger Platz ein, die nach wenigen Metern in die Aß­mannshauser Straße übergeht. Die Zahn­klinik befindet sich nach etwa 200 m zu Ihrer rech­ten Hand. Bitte nehmen Sie den Haupteingang (Nr. 4-6, nicht die davor liegende Nr. 4).

Arrival by bus
Take bus line 249 to “Heidelberger Platz” or bus line 186 to “Rüdesheimer Platz”.

Approach by car
On the A100 city motorway, take the “Detmolder Straße” exit.
Coming from the south, turn left at the traffic lights into Mecklenburgische Straße. Turn left again into the next street “Heidelberger Platz”. You are driving directly towards Aßmannshauser Straße. You will then find the dental clinic on your right. There is a car park there. There is another car park in Nauheimer Straße.
Coming from the north, please turn around on Detmolder Straße and turn left at the next traffic lights into Mecklenburgische Straße. Use the first possibility on the left to get to Aßmannshauser Straße.

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Topics: Structure and organisation of an oral surgery practice, bleeding complications, oral surgery for diseases of the oral mucosa.

Speakers: Dr. Dr. Strunz, PD Dr. Strietzel

Course dates: Fri 02.06.2023, 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 03.06.2023, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials:

  • Needle holder
  • Tweezers
  • Scissors
  • Raspatorium fine

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Dentoalveolar surgery I

Speaker: PD Dr. Strietzel

Course dates: Fri 18.08.2023, 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 19.08.2023, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials:

  • Magnifying glasses

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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The date on 22.09.2023 must unfortunately be cancelled.

Topic: Laser dentistry

Speaker: Prof. Deppe

Course dates: Sat 23/09/2023, 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topics: Odontogenic infections and basic psychosomatic competence.

Speakers: Dr. Wendy, Prof. Kropp

Course dates: Fri 06.10.23, 09:00 – 16:00 and Sat 07.10.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials on Friday:

  • Magnifying glasses (if available)

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Dentoalveolar Surgery II

Speaker: Dr. Neckel

Course dates: Fri 03.11.23, 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 04.11.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials:

  • Magnifying glasses (if available)

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topics: Surgical tooth preservation: Parosurgery / Surgical tooth preservation: apicoectomy

Speaker: Dr. Pischon, Dr. Petschler

Course dates: Fri 17.11.23, 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 18.11.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials:

  • Magnifying glasses (if available)
  • Scalpel blade holder
  • Raspatory narrow and wide
  • anatomical and surgical tweezers
  • chir. Scissors
  • Needle holder
  • Universal curette

Additionally prepare for Saturday:

  • 2-3 teeth with WF in the plaster block (see sketch)

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topics: Diseases of the maxillary sinuses (Friday) and pathology of soft tissue (Saturday)

Speakers: Prof. Jungehülsing and Dr. Teltzrow (Friday) and Prof. Remmerbach (Saturday)

Course dates: Fri 01.12.23, 16:00 – 19:00 and Sat 02.12.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring the following materials with you on Saturday:

  • Magnifying glasses (if available)

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Root apex resection

Speaker: Dr. Petschler

Course date: Sat 16.12.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Please bring:

  • Protective or magnifying glasses
  • 2-3 teeth with WF in the plaster block (see sketch)
  • Ball milling for handpiece
  • Scalpel blade holder
  • Raspatory narrow and wide
  • Surg. Tweezers
  • Scissors
  • Needle holder

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

Arrival by subway and suburban train
Take the U3 subway line or the S-Bahn lines S41, S42 (Ringbahn) and S46 to Heidelberger Platz station. You then walk in the direction of Heidelberger Platz and turn into the street Heidelberger Platz. You turn right at Heidelberger Platz.
You pass the main entrance of Springer Verlagshaus and then turn left into Johannisberger Straße. You will find the side entrance of the “Springer Nature Verlagsgebäude” after about 100 m on the left side.

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Topic: Basics of implantology

Speaker: Prof. Dr. Dr. Stiller

Course date: Sat 06.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin

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Topic: Pharmacology / Basics of implant-prosthetic planning and restoration

Speakers: Dr. Appel, Dr. Schwitalla, Dr. Adali

Course date: Fri 12.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00 and Sat 13.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue Friday: DoubleTree by Hilton Berlin Ku’damm, Los-Angeles-Platz 1, 10789 Berlin

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Venue Saturday: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room)
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin

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Topic: Major traumatology of the skull

Speakers: Prof. Heiland and Prof. Rendenbach

Course date: Fri 02.02.24, 14:00 – 19:00 and Sat 03.02.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

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Topics: Pathology of hard tissue / tumors

Speakers: Dr. Göstemeyer and Dr. Sturm, Prof. Heiland and Dr. Koerdt

Course dates: Fri 19.04.2024, 09:00-17:00 and Sat 20.04.2024, 09:00-17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

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Topics: Implantology and augmentative surgery

Speakers: Prof. Nahles and Mr. Wagendorf

Course dates: Fri 31.05.2024, 14:00-19:00 and Sat 01.06.2024, 09:00-17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/Side Entrance (SPR/Springer Seminar, Phantom Room).
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

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Topics: Implant aftercare, periodontitis

Speakers: Ms. Kuzmanova-Halkalieva on 28.06. and on 29.06. Ms. Kuzmanova-Halkalieva and Dr. Strietzel

Course dates: Fri 28.06.2024, 14:00-19:00 and Sat 29.06.2024, 09:00-17:00

Reachability on the day of the course: 0176 46545215

Venue: Springer Nature Verlagshaus/side entrance (SPR2/Springer Seminar-, Phantom room)
Johannisberger Str. 74, 14197 Berlin, Tel. 030 414725-26

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Course dates

Introduction, anamnesis, clinical examination/legal basis, clarification, documentation
Fri 27/01/2013, 14:00 – 19:00
Local anesthesia
Sat 28/01/2013, 09:00 – 15:00

Basic principles of surgical therapy
Fri 03.03.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Emergency course
Fri 17/03/2013, 15:00 – 19:00
Sat 18/03/2013, 09:00 – 17:00

Patient and employee communication
Fri 05.05.23, 14:00 – 19:00
Hygiene
Sat 06.05.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Structure and organization of an oral surgery practice
Fr 02.06.23, 14:00 – 19:00 Uhr
Bleeding complications, oral surgery for diseases of the oral mucosa.
Sat 03.06.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Dentoalveolar surgery I
Fri 18/08/2013, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 19/08/2013, 09:00 – 17:00

Laser dentistry
Sat 23/09/2013, 09:00 – 17:00

Odontogenic infections
Fri 06.10.23, 09:00 – 16:00
Basic psychosomatic competence
Sa 07.10.23, 09:00 – 17:00 Uhr

Dentoalveolar surgery II
Fr 03.11.23, 14:00 – 19:00 Uhr
Sat 04.11.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Surgical tooth preservation: Parosurgery
Fri 17.11.23, 14:00 – 19:00

Traumatology
Sat 18.11.23, 09:00 – 17:00

Diseases of the maxillary sinuses
Fri 01/12/2013, 16:00 – 19:00

Soft tissue pathology
Sat 02/12/2013, 09:00 – 17:00

Surgical tooth preservation: apicoectomy
Sat 16/12/2013, 09:00 – 17:00

Implantology basics
Sat 06.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Pharmacology
Fri 12.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00
Basics of implant-prosthetic planning and restoration
Sa 13.01.24, 09:00 – 17:00 Uhr

Major traumatology of the skull
Fri 02/02/2014, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 03.02.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Hard tissue pathology
Fri 19.04.24, 09:00 – 17:00
Tumours
Sat 20.04.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Implantology and augmentative surgery
Fri 31/05/2014, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 01/06/2014, 09:00 – 17:00
Can also be booked as an individual module

Implant aftercare, periodontitis
Fri 28/06/2014, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 29.06.24, 09:00 – 17:00

Systemic diseases with significance for oral surgery
Fri 09.08.24, 09:00 – 17:00
Sat 10.08.24, 09:00 – 17:00
Can also be booked as an individual module

Imaging diagnostics
Fri 20.09.24, 14:00 – 19:00*
*Online live seminar

Patients with special requirements
Fri 27/09/2014, 09:00 – 16:00
Sat 28/09/2014, 09:00 – 16:00
also as singleaustein bookable

Diseases of the salivary glands/diseases of the temporomandibular joints/dysgnathies and their treatment
Fri 18/10/2014, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 19.10.24, 09:00 – 17:00
Can also be booked as an individual module

Complications in oral implantology
Fri 15.11.24, 14:00 – 19:00
Sat 16/11/2014, 09:00 – 15:00
Can also be booked as an individual module

Final discussion
Certificate award

Sat 11/16/2014, 3:30pm – 5:00pm

Course details

Seminar: FOBI-CF-OCH
Course: 2301
Target group: ZA
Course fee: € 9,750
Moderation:
PD Dr Frank Peter Strietzel
Speakers: PD Dr. F. P Strietzel, RA T. Váczi, Dr. J. Zoske, Prof. Dr. Dr. M. Stiller, F. Eisenreich, Dr. A. Handrock, OÄ Dr. A. Simonis, Dr. Dr. A. Strunz, Univ.-Prof. Dr. S. Nahles, O. Wagendorf, Prof. Dr. H. Deppe, Dr. S. Wendy, Prof. P. Kropp, PD Dr. N. Pischon, Dr. M. Petschler, Univ.-Prof. T. Remmerbach, Univ.-Prof. Dr. A. Filippi, Prof. Dr. Dr. M. Stiller, OA Dr. U. Adali, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dr. M. Heiland, Univ.-Prof. J. Jackowski, Dr. N. Neckel, Dr. G. Appel, Prof. Dr. H. Martiny, Prof. Dr. M. Jungehülsing, Dr. C. Nobel, PD Dr. G. Göstemeyer, Dr. R. Sturm, Prof. A. Schwitalla, Univ.-Prof. Dr. T. Weischer, Dr. D. Kuzmanova