Accuracy and Predictability in Implant Procedures

We are looking forward to having you join us for two intensive days of presentations. We are confident that you will be rewarded not only with first-class information on the latest in implant dentistry but also with a setting that lends itself to absolute relaxation.

Our choice of location will allow you to combine a valuable scientific congress with an unforgettable journey into a fascinating archeological past. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Petra is about a 3-hour drive from the congress center. The monuments at this ancient site evoke life and a city rich with local and international culture: exquisite carvings, rose-colored stone, elegant walkways, tombs and temples. Culture should be balanced with relaxation and the Dead Sea with its high concentration of salt will ensure that no effort at all is needed to relax and enjoy this buoyant experience.

With a very agreeable October temperature of around 25°C (77°F) and a choice of hotels at every budget level, your stay in Jordan promises an informative and restorative experience. You will also have the chance to meet up with all your colleagues at the main social event: the Straumann Party on Friday evening.

The congress language will be English* and we have secured a strong faculty of Section Speakers as well as a number of highly regarded international presenters including Prof. David Cochran (ITI President, USA), Dr. German Gallucci (Harvard University, USA), Dr. Bilal Al-Nawas (University of Mainz, Germany) and Dr. Stephen Chen (Chair ITI Education, Australia).

As you see, there are plenty of great reasons to attend the ITI Congress Middle East 2015, and we cannot wait to welcoming you at the Dead Sea in October!

Dr. Georges Gebran
ITI Section Chair
Dr. Ninette Banday
ITI Education Delegate
Dr. Emile Chrabieh
ITI Study Club Coordinator
Dr. Rodolphos Politis
ITI Communication Officer


*  If at least 25 participants prefer a different language, it will be possible to offer simultaneous translation as necessary.