Europe Clinical MastersTM Program
in Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry

Geneva: 4 - 7 May
a total of 12 days on location + online learning

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Three on location sessions with hands on practice plus online learning under the Masters’ supervision.

Clinical Masters Program Faculty

Didier Dietschi
D.M.D, PhD

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Geneva: 4 - 7 May
a total of 12 days on location + online learning

Curriculum fee:
€3300 per session
€9900 for the entire program

Tel.: +49-341-484-74134 / email: request@tribunecme.com

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Participants must always be aware of the hazards of using limited knowledge in integrating new techniques or procedures into their practice. Only sound evidence-based dentistry should be used in patient therapy.

The detailed program of this course consists of three on-site sessions with live patient treatment hands on, plus online learning and mentoring under the supervision of the Masters.

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Didier Dietschi D.M.D, PhD

Received his degree in Dentistry in 1984, a Doctoral thesis in 1989, a PhD degree in 2003 and Privat-Docent degree in 2004 all from the University of Geneva. He is currently active as a senior lecturer at this university and is also associate Professor at Case Western University, in Cleveland. Dr. Dietschi is in charge of anterior adhesive restorations and perio-implant surgery.

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Geneva Session

The symbol of the «world’s smallest metropolis» is the “Jet d’eau” – a fountain with a 140-metre-high water jet at the periphery of Lake Geneva. Most of the large hotels and many restaurants are situated on the right-hand shore of the lake.

The old town, the heart of Geneva with the shopping and business quarter, holds sway over the left-hand shore. It is dominated by St. Peter’s Cathedral, however the actual centre of the old town is the Place du Bourg-de-Four, which is the oldest square in the city. Quays, lakeside promenades, countless parks, lively side streets in the old town and elegant shops invite guests to stroll. One of the best-maintained streets is the Grand-Rue, where Jean-Jacques Rousseau was born. The «mouettes», a type of water taxi, enable crossings to be made from one lakeshore to the other, while larger vessels invite visitors to enjoy cruises on Lake Geneva.

Geneva is Switzerland’s most international city, as it is where the European seat of the UNO is based. Even the International Red Cross directs its humanitarian campaigns from here. Besides being a congress city, Geneva is also a centre for culture and history, for trade fairs and exhibitions. The «Horloge Fleuri», the large flower clock in the “Jardin Anglais” (English Garden), is a world-renowned symbol of the Geneva watch industry.

Culturally, this city on the westernmost fringe of Switzerland has much to offer. International artists perform in the Grand Théâtre and Geneva Opera House, and an extremely diverse range of museums such as the “Musée international de l'horlogerie”, a watch museum with a collection of jewellery watches and musical clocks, and the International Museum of the Red Cross and Red Crescent, which provides an insight into the work of these humanitarian organisations, invite city guests to visit them.

A rewarding excursion destination is Mont Salève, which is situated in neighbouring France. The cableway lifts visitors to an altitude of 1100 metres in less than five minutes, giving rise to outstanding vistas across the city of Geneva, Lake Geneva, the chain of Alps, the Jura and Montblanc.

Highlights

  • Jet d’eau – visible from afar, the 140-metre-high water jet is the ‘landmark’ of Geneva.
  • St. Pierre Cathedral – the north tower of the three-naved basilica in the old town of Geneva offers up an unique vista over the city and lake.
  • Palace of the United Nations – on passing through the paled gate of the Palace of the UNO, visitors enter international territory.
  • International Museum of the Red Cross – the birthplace of the International Red Cross houses the only museum dedicated to the history and work of this organisation.
  • Cruises on Lake Geneva – from the cruise boats, visitors can marvel at the unique scenery of castles and magnificent residences set against wonderful landscape and mountain panoramas.
  • The magnificent parks of Geneva
  • A certain art de vivre in the Bains district
  • Carouge and its bohemian atmosphere
  • The birthplace of fine watchmaking: from the Flower Clock to the watchmakers' shops
  • A getaway to Mont-Salève
  • Geneva à la carte - The Geneva Amazing Experiences”, the 11 maps focus on different aspects of the city and all carry full descriptions in English.

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