43rd International Symposium
- ⚕️Schmerztherapiein St. Anton am Arlberg
look for your perfect accommodation for the Anaesthesia Congress 2024 – in the period from 03. – 09. Feburary 2024
Especially for doctors & anesthesia nurses we have put together a special offer
Anaesthesia flat rate
enjoy the amenities of our new design hotel during the congress
- 5-7 nights stay in the new hotel the Arlbergerin
- Ski pass for your full vacation day
- Rich breakfast buffet with homemade products
- 2x daily shuttle to the congress center
for maxillofacial surgeons, oral surgeons, dentists & orthodontists From 03. – 09. February 2024 in St. Anton am Arlberg
St. Anton: The discussion forum for ✔️Neues – Interesting ✔️ Innovative ✔️ in a collegial atmosphere
Conference venue & conference office 2024: Arlberg WellCom Congress Center | World Cup Hall
Hannes Schneider Way 11
6580 St. Anton am Arlberg
For the 43rd time, the international symposium for maxillofacial surgeons, oral surgeons, dentists and orthodontists will take place in February 2024. Hundreds of physicians from all over Europe will meet again this year in the WellCom congress center in St. Anton am Arlberg, which is already well known from previous symposia and has proven its worth, in order to exchange ideas and to further develop together in the respective specialties.Book accommodation for the congress now
The roots of the International Symposium AINS in St. Anton go back to Prof. Dr. Ingrid Podlesch, University Hospital Düsseldorf. She founded the St. Anton Anesthesia Days nearly four decades ago as an educational forum by anesthesiologists for anesthesiologists that focused on clinical practice issues in patient care.
The high professional level, the generous duration of the congress of one week and the consistent annual offer of the congress have certainly contributed a lot to the success and popularity of this congress.
As probably is the fact that this congress takes place in the middle of the ski season in one of the most famous ski resorts in the world. Even if each of the attending physicians enjoys an extensive exchange with professional colleagues, listens spellbound to lectures or engages in passionate discussions – there is always a little time for a side trip to the fantastic slopes of the Arlberg.
The annual rhythm, the duration of the conference of one week and the choice of location of the winterly Arlberg took into account the intention to noticeably promote the professional collegial exchange with a qualified advanced training offer.
This core idea of the symposium, to promote the professional collegial exchange with a qualified advanced training offer – this core idea has been preserved until today.
The founder has assigned the scientific and organizational event management at the turn of the century to Prof. Dr. Gabriele Nöldge-Schomburg, University Medicine Rostock. With her and the specially founded, committed “Rostock St. Anton Team”, the symposium has grown over the years, differentiated medically into the four specialist pillars of AINS, and condensed and multiplied in the range of programs. Through the interfaces with other specialties and health professions, it also provides a forum for interdisciplinarity – evident in the provenance of the still “hand-picked” speakers.
Both the German and Austrian Medical Associations grant continuing education certificates for the event. This makes it possible to cover a significant portion of the annual continuing medical education requirement by attending the congress.
St. Anton – THE SYMPOSIUM
A traditional forum for a scientific
Discussion in a collegial and respectful manner
Discussion atmosphere. The wide range of topics, the
direct level of discussion with the speakers and
the content-rich workshops have been our
Advanced training points
These are distributed as follows:
- Scientific program per session: 5
- Workshop ( depending on the duration): 3- 7 points.
- The DAAF ( German Academy for Anesthesiaological Training) and the BDA (Professional Association of German Anesthesiologists) act as patrons of the event.
As a primarily German-language event in the heart of Europe, it has at the same time gained in internationality thanks to the continuously good participant response.
Lectures, courses, professional discussions and professional exhibitions for maxillofacial surgeons, oral surgeons, orthodontists and dentists.
The main task of the event is the future-oriented further development of the traditional event with high potential for science, further education and interdisciplinary discussion culture in a wintry ambience.
The program is interdisciplinary and has included the specialty of orthodontics since 2014.
Therefore, we expect another gain of common scientific and clinical knowledge for experienced colleagues, but also for juniors in the dental disciplines.
- Orthodontics and implantology
- Implantology/Implant prosthetics
- Augmentation and non-augmentative procedures
- Imaging / image-guided procedures / navigation
- Endoscopic procedures
- Dentoalveolar surgery
- Orthodontic surgery
- Oncology and reconstructive surgery
- Complications and dangers / The special case
- Pharmacology / Sleep Medicine
- Anesthesia procedures and sedation
- Practice Management
- Free themes
- Current status of MKG surgery & oral surgery
Current procedures in oral and maxillofacial surgery,
Oral surgery, implantology and interdisciplinary
therapy concepts, anchoring techniques in the
Accommodation for your congress visit
Hotel die Arlbergerin in St. Anton am Arlberg
In these spacious, approx. 28 m² rooms you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Tyrolean mountains from your bed. The special highlight of this room category is a padded reclining window. The rooms have the following facilities:
Box spring beds with comfort mattresses
Panoramic loggia with reclining window as a cuddle nest
Phone & Desk
Spacious comfort cabinet system
Flat screen TV with cable connection
Bathroom with panoramic shower & WC, cozy terry bathrobe hair dryer
Our new design room
More information for the 43rd Anästehie Congress in St. Anton am Arlberg can be found HERE.
You still have questions?
We are looking forward to meeting you!
Kind regards from St. Anton am Arlberg,
The brother and sister
Barbara & Mathias Kometer