Surgical treatment of dento-maxillofacial dysgnathia

Course overview

Short description of this course:

Surgical correction of mandibular and/or maxillar jaw malpositions. Surgery course in live sessions. Individual side-by-side trainings in the clinic with coaching surgeon and team.

Please notice: Individual costs for traveling and accommodation are paid by the coachees or their sponsors

Course type:
Course at the coach
Intended course schedule:
2-3 day course
Expected cases during course period circa:
2 per day
Course region:
Bonn, Germany
Course continent:
Course language(s):
English, German
Fees for this course:
€ 5.800,−

Course content

Different osteotomy techniques for mandibular and maxillar repositioning procedures due to the actual case and individual analysis parameters combining radiologic 3D-analysis by means of cone-beam technology and CAD/CAM manufactured surgical splints.

About your coach:

Coach profession:
Coach specialization:
Craniomaxillofacial- and Plastic-aesthetic Surgeon
Coach by Brilliant-Skills since:
Coach and team perform these skills and procedure(s) since:
Number of course-relevant cases performed by coach and team monthly circa:

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