General Information

Who is attending?

The meeting will be attended by approximately 4,200 visitors, an informed audience of specialists in the field of implant dentistry.

Participants are active in the field as:

  • General practitioners
  • Oral and maxillofacial surgeons
  • Periodontists
  • Prosthodontists
  • Dental technicians


All plenary presentations and the Corporate Forum are in English with simultaneous translation into French, Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish (languages are subject to change depending on demand).
Simultaneous translation will also be available for one breakout session: "Esthetic implant treatment".

Continuing Education Credits

Credits are awarded based on the total number of hours attended, excluding the Pre-Symposium Corporate Forum, breaks, meals and registration periods.

ITI World Symposium 2017: 17.5 credit hours

Your certificate will be emailed to you after the event.

Entering Switzerland | VISA

Foreign nationals who wish to enter Switzerland must present a valid travel document recognized by the Swiss authorities. A visa is also required for nationals of certain countries. On December 12, 2008, the Schengen association agreement went into effect and since then Schengen visas are accepted for entry into Switzerland.

Detailed information is available from the Federal Office for Migration (FOM), Swiss consulates and embassies abroad and cantonal authorities.

Invitation letters to support your visa application will be issued by Interplan – the ITI's registration office. Invitation letters will only be issued once full payment has been received.