Starts June 28th, 2021

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It is with great excitement that we announce the registration openings for next year's onsite orthodontic biomechanics program. 
As you may know, the 2020 edition was replaced for the Covid19 pandemic by some online courses "CORE Biomechanics" courses, that were very successful, but cannot provide the same amount and quality of education that can be delivered with on-site formation.

We are very aware that the Covid 19 pandemic is still plaguing the whole globe, but we want to be optimistic, considering also the possible next vaccination, that we will able to deliver our course in the year 2021.
However,  considering the possible postponing of the course we have set some cancellation rules to protect registered doctors, as you can read here.

The course will take place for 3 weeks from June 28th to July 16th, 2021, probably, but not necessarily in Italy, for sure in Europe.
Later, if possible in the fall, we will organize 2 more weeks of lectures.
The final decision about the course location will be taken by April 30th, 2021 at the latest, at that time the course will be finally confirmed and we will ask for completing the payment of the registration fee.
The educational program will be very similar to the one we had in 2019 and for now, please refer to this one. Minor changes will be possible and will update the program page accordingly.
As usual, the number of seats is limited, and we start with several of them already reserved from those who had previously registered for the 2020 course.
So if interested please don't wait too much, also considering the large freedom that we leave to use your registration fee for a later course in case at the last minute you decide not to attend this year.
Click on the above link for more info, and for registration.