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38 dentists are now EAO-certified!
The EAO’s Certificate in Implant-based Therapy has been developed to raise standards of oral implant-based therapy across Europe. Obtaining the certificate is a prestigious achievement that demonstrates the holder is competent to perform basic and advanced implant treatments. Certification is open to any dentist or maxillofacial surgeon worldwide – not just members of the EAO.
Learn more about our certified dentists on this page!
Completing the certification programme is an achievable goal for anyone who is suitably qualified. The EAO’s Certificate in Implant-based Therapy is the only Europe-wide standardised assessment of skills and expertise within the field of implant-based therapy. It supports the EAO’s core aim of improving standards of education, clinical practice and patient care in implant-based therapy. Certification provides a way of recognising the skills and expertise of dentists practising in this field.
EAO Certification from the EAO demonstrates to your patients and colleagues that you are committed to providing high-quality implant treatments. Successful applicants will be presented with their certificate by the EAO’s President during an award ceremony at the annual scientific meeting in front of an audience of their peers.
Apply for the 2019 programme!
Applications to the 2019 certification programme are now being accepted! Please read carefully the PDF guidance document which contains full instructions about what the application process.
You can now start your online application via the dedicated platform.
The EAO Office is available to assist you at all steps of the online application process, should you require any assistance or have any questions, do not hesitate to contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A. General requirement
C. Theoretical and clinical training
The Certification Programme is open to any dentist or maxillofacial surgeon worldwide, providing they fulfil the other requirements. Candidates do not need to be members of the EAO.
The candidate shall hold an academic degree from an accredited dental school recognised by the ministry of health and the government of their own country.
The candidate shall be able to demonstrate 250 hours of theoretical (60%) and clinical (40%) training.
The candidate shall have at least five years of experience in dentistry (earliest application five years after attaining dental degree).
The candidate shall present six different treated cases.
Registration fee: €500 – payable when the case studies are submitted
Overview of the certification process and checklist
Step 1 - Online application
Your documents will be assessed by the Certification Committee, and providing your case studies and supporting documents meet the criteria for certification, you will be invited to sit a multiple choice examination and take part in an oral examination at the EAO Annual Scientific meeting. Please note that you will need to register to the congress (more information on www.congress.eao.org)
Step 2 - Prepare for written and oral examination
Step 3 - Written and oral examination
Please note that you need to register to the congress in order to take the exams and attend the Awards Ceremony.
If your application is successful and meets the criteria to obtain the certification (valid for 10 years), you will be presented with the EAO Certificate in Implant-based Therapy during the Awards Ceremony in front of an audience of your peers!