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iTOP - FORMATION INDIVIDUELLE EN PROPHYLAXIE BUCCO-DENTAIRE

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iTOP promeut un apprentissage pratique et met l’accent sur la motivation nécessaire pour mettre en œuvre ces connaissances au quotidien afin que vos patients puissent accéder à une santé bucco-dentaire durant toute leur vie.

GLOBALEMENT INDIVIDUALISÉ

Au cours des 13 dernières années, plus de 20 000 personnes ont participé à d’innombrables séminaires iTOP dans plus de 60 pays à travers le monde — et ces chiffres ne cessent d’augmenter! Nous avons travaillé ensemble pour créer une communauté de professionnels dentaires dévoués, motivés et passionnés à fin d’offrir une santé bucco-dentaire à vie à leurs patients.

Des avis

Le plus important est de désorganiser le biofilm une fois par jour.
Catherine Schubert Chung, Hygiéniste dentaire
iTOP Lecturer de la Suisse
Mon engagement est d'aider les professionnels dentaires à délivrer des conseils et des techniques pour la bonne santé orale de leurs patients.
Dr. Claude-Jacques Cywie, Chirurgien-Dentiste
iTOP Lecturer de France
Au lieu de dire à vos patients de se brosser les dents, instruisez-les "comment" le faire correctement.
Dr. Carla Mora, Parodontiste
iTOP Lecturer de la Suisse

Actualités

19.01.2020

Symposium 2020, Frankfurt

The reason people around the world are having a smile on their faces - healthy smiles.
Like to read more? Check out the latest article!

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13.04.2021

Tuesday tip💡 Patient’s misbelief #2 We all know that brushing teeth gently with a soft brush is more effective than brushing quickly with a hard brush. But how do you explain this to your patients? 🕵️‍♀️ Let's break patient’s misbeliefs together, with the help of Prague-based dentist and iTOP lecturer Dr. Lucie Sedelmayer’s counter-arguments: Patient’s misbelief #2: ❌ “Soft toothbrushes wear out too quickly. Harder brushes last longer.” ✅ They don’t wear out too quickly because “the softer the brush, the less you have to push down on it,” is the dentist’s simple argument. You should keep telling your patients that less pressure is better for their teeth and gums, and besides this, gentle brushing helps to keep even the softest toothbrush in its perfect form for longer.

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18.10.2019

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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06.04.2021

Tuesday tip💡Patient’s misbelief #1 We all know that brushing teeth gently with a soft brush is more effective than brushing quickly with a hard brush. But how do you explain this to your patients? 🕵️‍♀️ Let's break patient’s misbeliefs together, with the help of Prague-based dentist and iTOP lecturer Dr. Lucie Sedelmayer’s counter-arguments: Patient’s misbelief #1: ❌ “I don’t use soft toothbrushes; harder ones clean my teeth better.” ✅ A soft, dense toothbrush will clean your teeth more effectively because the surface of the bristle field is larger and the bristles are more flexible, allowing you to get into various hard-to reach grooves, crevices, and uneven dental spaces. More importantly, this type of brush won’t damage your teeth or gums. You also don’t have to push down too hard on the brush in order for the bristles to get past convex surfaces, so using a lighter pressure means you won’t harm your teeth or gums, and you won’t end up damaging the brush.

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20.09.2019

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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01.04.2021

We are very proud of our Australian iTOP team 🇦🇺👏 Recently they kicked off the iTOP introductory course led by the international iTOP teacher Dr. Tihana Divnic-Resnik. We are happy to be able to conduct on the spot workshop after a longer time and to have a chance to share the fantastic experience of “Touch To Teach" concept with the new participants.💪. We are very much looking forward to the next iTOP course!

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