Anthogyr Campus: Objective excellence 

The constant search for excellence is a part of a practitioner's core values. To assist them in their development, the Anthogyr Campus offers a wide range of courses throughout France.

Today it's more than 850 participants from 33 countries, and more than 50 french and international implantology instructors.

Keep reading for an overview of the department tailor-made for professionals and an interview with Anthogyr Campus Manager, Anne Bernard.


Tell us about the Anthogyr Campus.

Anne Bernard: The Anthogyr Campus offers a wide range of courses for all dental assistants and prosthetists, whether or not they are Anthogyr customers. The topics offered cover all

areas of expertise but focus on three objectives.

“The first, “Organise and Develop”, offers management and strategic organisation tools to grow your surgery and to communicate effectively with patients. It also addresses the training of implantology dental assistants.The second objective, “Improve”, is aimed at improving practitioners’ knowledge of and practices in specific subjects (e.g., first sinus lifts, managing soft tissue). Finally, “Confirm” is directed at implantologists seeking to learn about more advanced surgeries like all-on-6 or all-on-4, immediate placement, and anatomy. All courses are led by a team of specialists eager to share their knowledge.


Does the programme include professional aspects?

The objective is for each participant to be able to implement the techniques they have learnt as soon as they finish the training course. And it works! At the end of our training courses, participants tell us that they
have made changes to their processes and revitalised their surgeries.


How are the courses organised in France?

Anne Bernard: Each year, we publish our programme of courses. The 2019  edition will be available in November, with one new feature: a training course for prosthetists. Practitioners who wish to attend one or more modules can enrol via our website or through our sales representatives. To offer more flexibility to practitioners, half of our courses are held across France in offices of partner implantologists, and the other half are held in Sallanches. The company is fortunate to have the Anthogyr Campus, with 250 m2 of state-of-the-art infrastructure, at its headquarters. A key aspect of my duties, which I share with my whole department, is to devote attention to each and every dentist. More than just training courses, we strive to provide dentists with a comprehensive premium service, from orientation to lodging.


What can international practitioners expect?

Anne Bernard: For practitioners from around the world who are just starting to work with Anthogyr, we have designed a seminar held in Sallanches.
The growth is such that, this year, we are conducting three seminars in English and about fifteen in the languages of our subsidiaries. Each one starts with a one-day introduction to the company and includes a visit to the production site, followed by hands-on work using our products. The course continues with a clinic day under the guidance of an implantologist.