Implant treatment complications and bone regeneration were the main topics of the ITI Congress Sweden in Stockholm, which attracted more than 300 participants from Sweden and Norway.
The congress started off with a presentation by Mikael Andersson. The Swedish lecturer, who was born without arms and legs, showed the audience that one can achieve considerably more than what oneself thinks is possible. His presentation was followed by top-class lectures from national and international speakers, among them Luca Cordaro (Italy), Sören Schou (Denmark) and Dean Morton (USA). Dean Morton joined the congress electronically via Skype and gave an excellent lecture on prosthetic complications.
“The congress was a great success and we have received a lot of positive feedback”, said Lars-Åke Johansson, member of the Scientific Program Committee. “The participants appreciated the range of topics and the way they were presented. The congress also provided an excellent opportunity for networking”, added Harald Gjengedal, ITI Communications Officer of the Section.
A Fellow meeting was held preceding the congress at which Heming Olsen-Bergem was elected new Education Delegate and Harald Gjengedal new Communications Officer of the ITI Section Norway & Sweden. The Section Leadership Team would like to thank Lars-Åke Johansson and Göran Bergkvist for their engagement on behalf of the Section.
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