iTOP is a unique, systematic hands-on training in mechanical plaque control and patient motivation. It empowers dental professionals to offer each patient a comprehensive prevention programme that is tailored to their individual needs.

Globally individualized

Over the past 13 years, over 20,000 people have participated in countless iTOP seminars in more than 60 countries around the world—and these numbers just keep on growing! Together, we have worked to create a community of dedicated and motivated dental professionals with a passion for achieving lifelong oral health for their patients.


Your mouth is the mirror of health. The attitude you possess determines the altitude reached.
Dr. Kishore Hadal, Dentist
iTOP Lecturer from India
Give your patients the gift of lifelong oral health. Give the gift of iTOP.
Barbara Derham, RDH
iTOP Lecturer from Ireland
We have a responsibility and obligation to provide the truth behind dental diseases and oral systemic connection.
Kyle Ash, DMD
iTOP Lecturer from the USA
With iTOP, you can expand on your prophylaxis knowledge and skillset to better aid future patients in improving their oral health.
Benjamin Wang
4th year dental student from USA
A great smile comes from knowing how to care for it.
Louise Baguley, Dental Hygienist
iTOP Lecturer from the United Kingdom
iTOP - The "lightbulb moment" in preventive dentistry.
Elna Van der Ham, RDH
iTOP Lecturer from South Africa
iTOP offers the healthy slice of life! This feels fantastic! It has changed my working style and my life completely.
Dr. Lucie Sedelmayer, Dentist
iTOP Chief Instructor from Czech Republic



Symposium 2020, Frankfurt

The reason people around the world are having a smile on their faces - healthy smiles.
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«The crucial task: disrupt and remove biofilm once a day.» Catherine Schubert Chung, Dental Hygienist and iTOP Lecturer from Switzerland.🇨🇭 Catherine Schubert RDH graduated 1987 at the Dental Hygienists School in Switzerland. She has more than 33 years of professional experience in teaching. From 2016 until today she teaches dental hygiene for referents in nursing homes and has her own projects in collaboration with AMDG, HUG, Fegems, Agems (Dentists association Geneva, University Hospital Geneva, Federation of nursing homes Geneva, Association of nursing homes Geneva). Catherine is a dedicated iTOP lecturer since 2010. Happy birthday, dear Catherine!🎊 We wish you peace, success, and much love today and always. May you spend a wonderful day! Cooperating with you is a true blessing.💖





iTOP Teacher, Thailand

Also this year we had the honor to be present in Bangkok, where we successfully held an iTOP Teacher seminar.

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Tuesday tip💡 4 common myths about your teeth revealed: #3/4 – The myth about blood What should you tell the patients who think that bleeding gums means that they should stop brushing? ✅ Don’t freak out if you see blood in the sink while taking care of your teeth. And don’t stop brushing either. While it’s true that healthy gums do not bleed, blood is the symptom, not the cause of the problem. 🩸If your gums are bleeding, it means your body is sending antibodies to help the gums deal with harmful bacteria. And the best way to get rid of the bacteria that are causing the bleeding is to keep brushing, and cleaning the spaces between your teeth with an interdental brush.





iTOP Introductory in Malmö, Sweden

This small but super motivated group took iTOP in Sweden on a new level. We are happy! 

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Tuesday tip💡 4 common myths about your teeth revealed: #2/4 – The myth about food Do your patients think they should brush their teeth after every meal? 👇 Here's our tip for explaining why this is a myth. ❌Over-brushing can actually do more harm than good. When you eat, the acidity in your mouth increases to help you break down the food. Brushing while these acids are still active rubs them deeper into the enamel – which damages your teeth. ✅Luckily, your mouth has a natural solution. It uses saliva to neutralise the acids and rinse your mouth. Let your body do its job, and wait at least 30 minutes after a meal before brushing.