The 1st European Ceramic Council of the ESCI will take place in Rüschlikon / Zurich on the 5th of October 2018.

For the first time, the Council and the Scientific Advisory Council will meet in the framework of the Council to discuss scientific topics relating to ceramic implantology and the tasks of the ESCI. Subsequently, representatives of the ESCI Company / Company Partners will complement the Council. More information will be available from the end of October on the ESCI website

The “Center for Global Dialogue” in Rüschlikon / Zurich
The center is the most important conference facility of Swiss Re. The venue for the meeting is unique and fits in perfectly with the spirit of the ESCI: it is an ambitious and groundbreaking venue for industry-leading events. Personal dialogue and lasting impressions meet science and knowledge … exactly what the ESCI represents.

In the background of the EAO Congress in Vienna, the ESCI will hold another brief meeting of the Scientific Advisory Board and a subsequent press conference on 11-13 October.


Friday, the 5. Oct 2018 – Zürich

09.30 – 10.30      morning session part 1: The ESCI – general situation

10.45 – 12.00      morning session part 2: The ESCI – our steps to the future

13.00 – 14.15      afternoon session part 1: ceramic implantology – what do we know about it

14.30 – 15.30      afternoon session part 2: ceramic implantology – what do we want to know about it

16.00 – 17.30      meeting the company partner


Saturday, the 13. Oct. 2018 – Vienna

12.00 – 13.00     ESCI council session part 2: The ESCI – summary and outlook

13:00 – 13:30     ESCI press conference (Room “committee 18”)

Participants: board of directors, scientific advisory board and company partners

Neutral, scientific, evidence-based and non-profit orientated: these are the cornerstones of the European Society for Ceramic Implantology (ESCI), founded in November 2017 in Zurich (Switzerland), which is now coming into the open after an intense preparation and organization process.

“The ESCI wishes to promote an evidence-based and scientifically sound use of ceramic dental implants. Moreover, we want to establish them as a useful supplement to titanium implants and as an extension of the treatment spectrum in daily dental implantology.” says the founding president Dr.Jens Tartsch.

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