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Membership is open to the profession practicing dental implantology. Membership benefits are:

  • Power in numbers: With over 5.500 members, BDIZ EDI is a major organisation in Europe for those engaged in oral implantology. BDIZ EDI cooperates Europe-wide with its associated partners from different countries and even intervenes in Brussels on relevant matters of health politics
     
  • Continuing education and training: Members will receive reduced participation fees to all symposia and workshops of BDIZ EDI, i.e. the annual symposium in autumn, the expert symposium in February/March, the Mediterranean Symposium in spring. Reduced participating fees will also be offered for attending the curriculum implantology of BDIZ EDI
     
  • Free issues of the EDI-Journal which will be distributed 4 times a year
     
  • Support implant practice: BDIZ EDI supports dental clinicians with relevant guidelines for the daily implant practice:

    – Quality Guidelines have been established to support dental clinicians in evaluating their own treatment results by comparing them with evaluation categories of BDIZ EDI ranging
    from A+ to C
    – Class of Indications: Treatment recommendations for the “normal” cases – ranging from Class I (single-tooth replacement) to Class III (edentulous jaw)
    – Guidelines of the European Consensus Conference (EuCC): A panel of ex-perts to include clinical practitioners and academic researchers from all over Europe issues under the guidance of BDIZ EDI relevant guidelines on the “hot” topics in implantology on a annual basis; i.e. dealing with treatment errors and complications (2010)
     
  • Studies and research: The Quality and Registration Committee (Q&R) of BDIZ EDI is testing materials in cooperation with renowned institutes and universities. 2010/2011 Q&R is examining implant surfaces, and specifically performing in-vitro comparisons of modified implant surfaces. Results are being published in the EDI Journal on a regular basis
     
  • Advanced skills: In cooperation with the European Dental Association (EDA) BDIZ EDI offers and conducts examination to enable skilled implant clinicians to gain the title “Expert in Implan-tology”
  • Patients interest: BDIZ EDI is committed to fostering the benefits of implant treatment to serve and inform the broader public in Europe and therefore, contributes to the advancement of the discipline.

10 good reasons to become a BDIZ EDI member

Source: Cover Broschüre BDIZ EDI