PROSEC Mission Statement

PROSEC gGmbH (PROgress in Science and Education with Ceramics) is a network of specialists for science and education in oral implantology and dental restorations with ceramics or alternative non-metallic materials.

The expert panel is comprised of nationally and internationally renowned scientists, clinicians, dental technicians, dental hygiene specialists, and other practitioners who have a clinical and scientific interest in the use of non-metallic materials in dental restorations. The group focuses on all-ceramic implantology and metal-free dental restoration as a way to promote the further development of modern dental implantology.

PROSEC is committed to being a scientific and practice-oriented innovator in the field of all-ceramic implantology and other non-metallic dental restorations by promoting scientific studies, literature evaluation for evidence-based research and supporting development through publication and continuing education.

The interdisciplinary collaboration between surgery, periodontology, prosthodondics, dental laboratory, and dental hygiene initiated by PROSEC will help to demonstrate the clinical benefits of ceramic materials and create reliable, evidence-based standards for both users and patients. The quality and results of therapies are eminently influenced by interdisciplinary collaboration and evidence-based decision guidance. A workflow will be developed for this purpose that allows result-driven and open communication among the various partners. This dialogue, based on scientific principles and meticulous scientific experience, plays a key role in achieving the best possible, long-term results.

PROSEC will populate this network with competent partners from universities and private practices, which support the expert panels in implementing shared tasks and goals. The speciality of oral implantology and all prosthetic restorations will expand through the consistent use of metal-free solutions.

The goals of PROSEC gGmbH are to promote new non-metallic possibilities of prosthetic restorations across the stakeholder spectrum, particularly in oral implantology, to develop evidence-based recommendations for both patients and users and, in the field of continuing education, to convey science-based competence in the indication, planning, and therapy with metal-free restorations.