The IFCIA Institute
The Training Institute for Advanced Implant Surgery (IFCIA) was founded in 2003 by Hadi Antoun.
Based in Paris, the Institute offers courses, on site or internationally, and hosts a Study Group (research group).
Just a few blocks from the Arc de Triomphe, the Institute offers courses to dental surgeons who wish to improve their professional practices in implantology in real conditions. The courses take place over two days, in small groups of up to fifteen people. Thanks to a live broadcast of the surgery, the theoretical explanations and continuous practices and hands-on practical sessions on animal jaws, the Institute allows you to integrate the Immediate Aesthetics and Loading into your practice, to optimise and simplify Bone Grafting in Implantology or to improve and update your skills in Soft Tissue Management, or to master the All-on-4® approach.
In addition to courses, the Institute hosts a Study Group composed of ten dental surgeons specialised in implantology. They meet monthly to discuss their practices and to collaborate on research projects.
The Institute expands its training courses internationally in collaboration with Dr Rami Sarkis, dental surgeon. All courses can be offered in English and remotely.
The Training Institute for Advanced Implant Surgery (IFCIA) is an association pertaining to the 1901 Law.
Training activities are declared under the registered number 11 75 53534 75. This registration does not entail State certification.
Dr Hadi Antoun, dental surgeon, is specialised in Implantology. He holds a postgraduate degree in Surgical and Prosthetic Implantology from Paris VII and he exercises a private practice limited to Periodontology and Implantology.
He is regularly invited to conferences and is involved in clinical research principally related to immediate loading and bone grafting. He publishes in national and international journals. He is also the author of a book on sinus grafts and has co-written a book on bone grafts.
Since its creation in 2003, he runs the Training Institute for Advanced Implant Surgery (IFCIA).