The PROSEC Scientific Board is structured into the fields of Science and Clinical Concepts.
The Science Committee’s responsibilities include the development of new quality standards in all-ceramic implantology across applications in the areas of implant design, 3D planning and implant insertion, combinations involving augmentation procedures, all-ceramic prosthetic rehabilitation and risk-assessed follow-up. Other aspects such as function, esthetics, patient usage, biocompatibility, practice suitability, digital workflows and CAD-CAM prosthetic production will always be consistently monitored.
The Clinical Concepts Committee handles the practical education of users, assistants and dental technicians, whereby the clinical and dental procedures are documented step by step in guidelines.
The responsibilities of the Scientific Board include the representation of PROSEC in the scientific community, the initiation, promotion and supervision of scientific activities, projects and studies, the preparation and implementation of annual meetings with the chairpersons of the expert committees, the PROSEC Partner Meetings and the PROSEC Partner Workshops.
Between meetings, the chairpersons execute the functions of the Scientific Board.
The Scientific Board elects the Chairpersons of PROSEC and the Technical Director of the PROSEC network from among its members.