“As a fellow in training, I am always looking for the best tools and ways to treat our patients in the best possible way.
It is challenging to select the right Information out of the vast amount of scientific papers, specialist books, talks and lectures that are available. Therefore, I was impressed by the well-designed structure of the SORG Comprehensive Course.
For me as CMF surgeon in training, SORG is a great help when it comes to finding the relevant information to the topics that really matter. Sometimes it even just feels like SORG is a big brother helping you to take the right turns.
Regarding the program, I think that the course gives a good and complete overview around CMF surgery with all the relevant topics addressed. What I liked most about the program were the discussions about a specific topic, like for example “the use of short dental implants versus vertical bone augmentation” with two speakers representing the one or the other approach. This was very interesting to watch as the vigorous debate between two experienced CMF surgeons is more exciting and sometimes even more surprising than the normal straightforward teaching approach.
In general, the course represents the fire and passion we all share for the subject. It was a good feeling to meet again in person and have some exchange and discussions as well as the opportunity to socialize with like-minded people after such a long time.
I enjoyed attending the SORG Comprehensive Course and I am glad that I was part of it!”
About the course:
Last year, SORG invited to join the new and advanced format of the already well-known Comprehensive Course. In this new format, SORG brought not only six days full of “Updates and Controversies in Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery“ to Tuttlingen, Germany, but also to everyone’s computer at home or workplace in a hybrid format.
Online and on-site participants enjoyed diverse and interesting presentations, debates and interactive case discussions. In addition to the opportunity to demonstrate the knowledge gained directly in hands-on workshops, it was the first possibility in 19 months to meet and exchange ideas face-to-face.