With this issue the EDI Journal is providing guidance for assessing one’s own work via the BDIZ EDI Quality Guideline for Implantology. It is not easy for dentists to evaluate their own work objectively, nor for patients to correctly assess the outcome of their treatment. The BDIZ EDI has revised its Implantology Quality Guideline to assist implant dentists with the new brochure.

With this issue, BDIZ EDI is also announcing the launch of a petition on the European Medical Device Regulation: BDIZ EDI calls for an extension of the transitional periods. “Clinical Science” is about fabricating X-ray stents and drilling templates without “negatives”.