About Us

What is MINEC?

MINEC - Mega’Gen International Network of Education & Clinical Research was founded as a non-profit organization in Korea in 2002.  MINEC was founded to initiate, promote science and research by providing a forum for clinicians and scientists to network and exchange science-based information.

 

By bridging the gap between science and clinical practice through continuing education and reaserch, MINEC aims to improve the quality of patient care around the world.

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Organization Goals

MINEC America’s organizational goals are:

  • To support dentists and dental professionals in their advancement of skills and knowledge.

  • Encourage knowledge sharing and professional growth within the dental community.

  • To meet or exceed the expectation of the doctors attending our continuing dental education programs and courses.

  • To offer high-quality education at a reasonable and affordable cost to the attendees.

  • To provide a high level of service and commitment to all stakeholders of our organization.

  • Encourage clinical research and development to support safe science-based dentistry and advancement in minimally invasive treatment techniques

Educational Goals

MINEC America’s educational goals are:

 

  • To offer an educational portfolio of courses and programs that are accessible to the majority of dentists

  • To offer Live surgical courses with close instructor supervision to provide a safer learning environment for both attendees as well as patients

  • To organize and support study club activities, workshops, and lecture events to further knowledge and clinical education in the dental communities nationwide

  • To offer specialty courses to raise level of education in specific clinical areas

  • To engage instructors and scientific speakers that have an extensive experience in the key topics and techniques that are being taught.

  • To promote exceptional skills to surgeons who wish to acquire superior implant dental techniques.

  • To develop courses and programs to support dentists’ educational goals both short-term as well as long-term.

  • To be receptive to surveys, needs assessments as well as informal feedback and utilize results for continued improvement and development of course offerings.

  • To develop program directives aligned with public health care data and considerations to changes in the oral health status of our communities.