ClaroNav launches a new educational concept: the Dynamic Navigation Society
Navident makes Computer-Guided-Surgery more accessible for dental implant professionals
TORONTO, ON – ClaroNav is leading the revolutionary field of dynamic surgical navigation by answering the critical question: “How can implant practitioners leverage guided surgery to minimize risk of failure and ensure absolute precision and optimal prosthetic results?”
Jason Pardo, VP Sales & Marketing for ClaroNav, believes that the answer Navident provides is: “A combination of simple workflow, accuracy assurance and affordable procedures. The Navident workflow takes place entirely in the dental office, potentially in one appointment, unlike other guided surgery solutions. No production facility or dental lab is involved. This makes guided surgery easier, more affordable and a treatment option for every patient.”
The Dynamic Navigation Society: Practice makes perfect
The Dynamic Navigation Society is the new educational division of ClaroNav, which organizes courses worldwide. Interested dental clinicians can attend Navident training sessions and hands-on courses.
“The Society has been designed to expand knowledge and introduce real innovation by creating a collaborative environment for learning and shared experience around the world,” explains Luca Casalena, Regional Manager for ClaroNav.
High quality certified courses
“The Society organizes high quality courses all over Europe, Canada and soon the United States”, states Tom Tilmans, Sales Director EMEA for ClaroNav. “You can find us in Rome, Ghent, Amsterdam, Sofia, Stockholm, London, Marseille, Toronto, Glasgow and Istanbul and so many other places. We offer courses in a variety of formats (half day, 1-day, 2-day, weekday or weekend) to accommodate any schedule. Courses include education on demo models and live surgery. First feedback has been extremely positive, as clinicians discover the way from a good treatment plan to an excellent surgical outcome.”
The Society also certifies a number of third party educational courses. A Certified Course meets the Society’s quality standards for the information presented, including Navident. By combining with existing courses, we reach more clinicians in more languages. Moving forward, we expect to broaden our spectrum of certified courses and look forward to hearing from more educators regarding collaboration.
Clinical Case Competition
At the EAO in Paris, ClaroNav will initiate a special Clinical Case Competition. People will be able to submit clinical cases focusing on “Minimal Invasive Implant Treatment”. The top two ranked cases will be awarded a Master Clinic Session with Prof. Hugo De Bruyn and Dr. Jan D’Haese from Ghent University in Belgium, along with airfare and accommodations. To submit a Case Study, please contact ClaroNav. All completed case documentations must be submitted no later than March 31, 2017.
About ClaroNav Inc.: ClaroNav focuses on dynamic surgical navigation, by offering solutions to support dental specialists in the treatment of their patients. ClaroNav is setting the standard for surgical navigation technology in the dental industry to make implant treatment safe and secure. The company is represented worldwide by subsidiary offices and authorized distributors and is a trusted partner for many clinics and research institutions.
The successful Navident brand provides solutions for Computer Guided Surgery, tailored for implant practices, periodontists, prosthodontists as well as oral maxillofacial surgeons. The Navident software is available in six different languages. Navident offers its users well-documented solutions that are compatible with all implant brands and all CBCT scan data and contributes to increased accuracy, improved esthetics, minimal invasive surgery and an overall better patient care.
The Dynamic Navigation Society is the educational division of ClaroNav, providing continuing courses and training worldwide. The Society involves an exclusive community of top experts in implant dentistry dedicated to optimizing guided implantology. Tailor-made courses allow dental professionals to learn about dynamic surgical navigation and the impact this state-of-the-art technology has on their daily practice.