On November 17th 20, the 1st CinePosium by COLTENE took place online.
294 guests from 22 countries experienced 5 exciting and informative lectures under the motto "From Root to Crown". During the subsequent panel conversations with all speakers, questions from the audience were discussed intensively. Host Prof. Dr. Ivo Krejci led through the afternoon in a very confident and charming manner.
Many thanks to all participants, especially Prof. Dr. Ivo Krejci, Prof. Dr. Eugenio Pedullà, Prof. Dr. Walid Nehme, Dr. Antonis Chaniotis, Dr. Mile Churlinov and Dr. Jürgen Wahlmann.
Enjoy a few impressions from the successful online symposium and join us in 2021 when the curtain rises again on the 2nd CinePosium by COLTENE. And then hopefully also with the planned live lectures on stage of several cinemas worldwide, which unfortunately could not take place in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Chairman/Moderator Prof. Dr. Ivo Krejci
[ Time Zone: Berlin, UTC +1 ]
|12:55||★ The world is not enough ★|
Jeni - a paradigm shift for navigating root canals
|Prof. Dr. Eugenio Pedullà|
|13:45||★ The man with the golden File ★|
Remover – integration of a File into your ideal file systems
|Prof. Dr. Walid Nehme|
|14:35||★ License to clean and shape ★|
Mastering extreme curvatures with Hyflex Max Curve
|Dr. Antonis Chaniotis|
|16:00||★ Build it to survive ★|
|Dr. Mile Churlinov|
|17:05||★ Function never dies ★|
Composite or Ceramic: a predictable approach to solve complex functional cases in everyday practice
|Dr. Jürgen Wahlmann|
Prof. Dr. Krejci will be your host at this exciting event. The presentations will be framed by interesting panel discussions and Q&A sessions, where participants from all destinations and online will have the opportunity to address their questions directly to the speakers. Refreshments and small snacks will be provided during the breaks.
Online seminars are a practical medium allowing participants to get involved anytime and anywhere. What is always missing, however, is the opportunity to fully interact with our colleagues, friends and peers. Even in times of "social distancing", we would all like to have this personal exchange of information, even if it is in a protected environment.