The world of orthodontics meets in Dubrovnik


Training on the beautiful Adriatic coast:

3rd International Orthodontic Workshop October 21 - 22, 2022


Dentaurum stages its 3rd "International Orthodontic Workshop". An interesting scientific program awaits participants from all corners of the world from October 21 - 22, 2022 in Dubrovnik.

Meet renowned and experienced speakers giving lectures on the current topics regarding skeletal anchorage with tomas® and SUS3.

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Baumgaertel is a Clinical Associate Professor at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH and director of the subspeciality clinic for skeletal anchorage. He also works in his own private practice in Cleveland. In his lecture, he will impart practical knowledge on treatment planning with Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) on the basis of anatomical studies and long clinical experience.

Prof. Michael Wolf's team is dedicated to applied and translational research in orthodontics, whereby emphasis is placed on the regulatory processes during orthodontic tooth movement. He will be talking about permanent retention and the innovative technologies available.

With Dr. Bassel Jamra, Dentaurum was able to engage a speaker with a wealth of experience in the treatment of class II patients using SUS3. He is a specialist in orthodontics and works in a group practice in Nuremberg, Germany. He was awarded the Arnold Biber Prize in 2009 for his exceptional scientific achievements in the field of orthodontics.

Simon Graf, an orthodontist from Belp in Switzerland, will talk about 3D printing of orthodontic appliances. He aims to use digital technologies to make day-to-day operation in the practice effective and to improve treatment. He has caught the attention of orthodontists with his successes in virtual design and the direct 3D printing of various removable orthodontic appliances. He has been a sought-after international speaker since 2016 and has held talks at congresses in more than 30 countries. He has had several specialist articles published in internationally recognized orthodontic magazines.

Dr. Trevor Hodge is a Consultant Orthodontist at the Dental Institute in Leeds, United Kingdom. He was appointed Honorary Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Leeds with research areas including clinical and applied research, dental public health and health services research, and research in dental education. He will accompany the workshop for fixed and removable orthodontic appliances.

These experts will guide participants through the most important questions on non-compliance orthodontics. There will be hands-on workshops following the talks to practice and consolidate the subjects learned. Participants will be divided into two groups to ensure the best support possible.

Enjoy a special conference venue by the sea!

The five-star hotel "Sun Gardens Dubrovnik" is located directly on the beautiful Adriatic coast with its clear waters and natural pebble beaches. It offers participants an exclusive location for training and enjoyment. It is only 11 km from the medieval city center of Dubrovnik, making it the ideal base for exploring the many sights the region has to offer.

Numbers are limited so we recommend you register quickly. The working language is English. Find out more here: https://www.dentaurum.de/lp/eng/iow-dubrovnik-39435.aspx



Dentaurum develops, produces and sells a comprehensive product range for dentists and dental technicians. The owner-managed family company was founded in 1886, making it the oldest dental company in the world.

Dentaurum has its headquarters in Ispringen near Pforzheim and manufactures its products in Germany and France following stringent quality standards for excellent processing properties and high biocompatibility. The globally active dental company has currently more than 8500 articles in its product range.

Numerous Dentaurum products for orthodontics, implantology, prosthetics and ceramics enjoy a leading position in respective markets. Dentaurum has affiliates in Benelux, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Serbia, USA, Canada and Australia. Its first-rate products are available in more than 130 countries. The company currently employs more than 500 people worldwide.