We are very proud of the program that we have put together. You can choose between 2 main podiums and 2 parallel hands-on session halls.
Peri-implant tissues augmentations and bio-mimetic implants in aesthetic areas. The goal of modern implant dentistry is to re-establish aesthetic and function of non-maintainable or lost teeth with minimal invasiveness and time. However, is well-known dental extraction causes evident shrinkage of the edentulous ridge, which can lead to poor aesthetic results of implant treatment. Different surgical […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Matteo Albertini – Peri-implant tissues augmentations and bio-mimetic implants in aesthetic areas.'
Implants in the aesthetic zone have proven to be very challenging, or this reason implant positioning has changed overtime, today implants placed in a total different position than in the past don’t meet the aesthetic requirements. As a consequence, also incision flap designers suture have to be adjusted.Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Marius Steigmann – Rules of soft tissue management in the digital world'
How to build the ridge architecture in esthetic implant reconstructions. The loss of a tooth is always followed by bone resorption, which inevitably leads to changes in the soft tissue architecture. Nowadays, the demand for high esthetics and natural looking restorations is very high, patients are well informed, and many times the clinician will face a challenge when […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Cristian Rotaru – How to build the ridge architecture in esthetic implant reconstructions'
The guidelines of modern restorative dentistry are adhesion and minimum invasiveness. Composite materials are now leading on the market as a permanent and universal restoration solution: there is no treatment planning which does not include the use of composite materials as for sealing, anterior or posterior restoration or prosthetic crown support. The perfect knowledge of […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Angelo Putignano – Make it simple'
clinical problems of maxillary aesthetic zone treatments prevention of alveolar bone remodeling introduction of beta-tricalcium phosphate clinical cases (surgical, histological and prosthodontic view)Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Bozidar Brkovic – Preservation of the alveolar ridge with beta tricalcium phosphate : treatment option or challenge in maxillary aesthetic zone'
The new CAD / CAM technology that has recently emerged positively influences the entire scope of dentistry and dental technology, providing many possibilities of performing dental prostheses, be they fixed, removable or movable. There are prosthetic restorations which do not reflect just how much work and effort lies behind them. Discreet, they are harmoniously integrated in the intraoral environment. […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Ionut Branzan & DT Cristian Petri – Our concept of oral complex rehabilitations on implants'
As we are already in the digital era, we now have a lot more options in dentistry. Digital tools make our lives much more easier. We can finish the restorations at the same appointment or in a very short time with very high precision. Also the materials that we use have a huge number of […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Osman Er – Digital Minimal Invasive Dentistry – Material Selection for Simplified Dentistry'
The ultimate improvement in peri-implant tissue management: introduction to Morphogenic Tissue Management Approach. In areas of aesthetical relevance, the correction of anatomical deficits due to loss of the dental elements and tissues often involves the use of multiple regenerative surgical steps, such as the use of membranes, bone transplant and / or tissue grafting. After these […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Gaetano Calesini – The ultimate improvement in peri-implant tissue management: introduction to Morphogenic Tissue Management Approach'
As digital dentistry becomes more accepted and more widely used, how can we use digital dentistry to maximise our aesthetic outcomes? This lecture will focus on the use of digital dentistry and its use in the planning, surgery and restoration of dental implants.Click for more information on 'Dr. Martin Wanendeya – Digital Implant Aesthetics from single teeth to full arches'
The esthetic aspect of the face is increasingly important in not only how we look, but how we interact with the outside world and in our social life. In today’s society, the assumption that form reflects substance has never been more appropriate. The face expresses the unique characteristics of each person, where appearance and identity […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Mauro Merli – The Facially Integrated Treatment Plan'
New paradigm in dentistry are reals, the correct choice of the connection and the materials are vitals for a long term esthetic goal. Thanks to the Digital approach, with guided surgery and scanners, those factors are much more predictable, we will see how digital planning and the use of scanners can help us to avoid […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Guido Picciocchi – Full esthetic-full digital the real way to cut cost time and improve the results'
Partial extraction therapies are a set of techniques that allow bone preservation by submerging the patient’s own root fragments. The PET techniques had demonstrated histological and clinical results contributory to esthetics implant treatment. In histological studies, its capacity in avoiding bone remodeling on the buccal side aspect of the root and the preservation of buccal […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Darcio Luis Fonseca – PET: Self preservation is the first law of nature'
Due to the digitization in the dental field and the latest generation materials from the dental office and the dental laboratory we are able to implant and then perform fixed and mobile functional and aesthetic prostheses with a fully digitized protocol of all stages. This protocol is predictable, functional and easy to apply in daily […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Andi Dragus – Fully digitized interdisciplinary protocol in implantology'
This presentation will review some of the emerging trends in both surgical and restorative thinking and treatment, and how they are changing today’s clinical landscape. The goal in common to all clinicians is to provide ideal care with proven materials and predictable concepts from surgery through to restoration. However, early adoption of emerging technologies and […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Sonia Lezyi – Trends that are changing planning and treatment in periodontics and implant dentistry'
Fully digitized interdisciplinary protocol in implantology. Due to the digitization in the dental field and the latest generation materials from the dental office and the dental laboratory we are able to implant and then perform fixed and mobile functional and aesthetic prostheses with a fully digitized protocol of all stages. This protocol is predictable, functional […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Andi Dragus – Fully digitized interdisciplinary protocol in implantology.'
This presentation will outline the contemporary surgical and prosthetic concepts in management of implants in the aesthetic zone with a view to achieving optimum long term aesthetics and stability. The emphasis will be on the clinical management and an understanding and application of the biological factors that influence our treatment outcomes. Management of bone, soft […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Tidu Mankoo – Restoration of ‘Failing’ Teeth with Implants in the Aesthetic Zone – The Keys to Success'
– M.Vision approach, philosophy. – Patient analysis. Photo & video documentation. – Treatment planning. Presentation for the patient. – Importance of magnification. Loupes and microscopes in prosthetics. – Full crown preparation protocol. – Veneers/inlays preparation protocol. – Provisional restorations. Ways and materials. – Choice of final restoration material. – Impression and precise model. – Bonding […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Nazariy Mikhaylyuk – Analogue vs. Digital dentistry'
Nowadays, as the esthetic parameters of the smile have become an important issue, esthetic plays a significant role in modern dentistry. Several features as color, shape, position and teeth length must be considered when it comes to assessing whether or not a smile is harmonious. Not only the teeth play a role in an esthetic […]Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Roly Kornblit – The clinical applications of Er:YAG Laser for a Minimal Invasive Modern Aesthetic Dentistry'
The goal to create a harmonious “esthetic” outcome around dental implants that mimics the surrounding dentition and soft-tissue condition as well as morphology is indeed difficult to create and maintain long term. The subepithelial connective tissue graft (CTG) is a favored option to treat and prevent gingival and peri-implant soft-tissue recessions. It is usually placed […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Inaki Gamborena – Paradigm shift in implant dentistry: the importance of soft tissue grafting'
Managing aesthetic zone withs dental implants is one of the most challenging and demanding treatments in dentistry. Success in implantolgy does not mean anymore just to have a fixed restoration above the implant. Patients are looking nowadays for aesthetic and invisible restorations. Pink aesthetic scorer is one objective method to evaluate our final outcomes. After […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Luis Bessa – Protocols for aesthetic zone management: a biological approach'
Achieving esthetics around natural teeth and Implants is a challenging and demanding procedure. The presentation focuses on a new Prosthetic protocol for vertical preparation of the tooth, the B.O.P.T. concept, and on a new emergence profile of the implant with a biological and prosthetic approach for a simplified implant placement. Also, a new biofunctional approach, […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Stefano Conti – Esthetics around Implants and Natural teeth : a new prosthetic approach and digital workflow'
Modern dentistry involves 3D technologies with the help of intraoral scanners and 3D treatment planning. Clear aligners have evolved significantly in recent years and we can treat almost every case without the need of bonded braces on the teeth. The lecture will focus on the digital workflow from scanning to planning, from in-office minor tooth […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Christian Stappert – Oral esthetic rehabilitation with ceramic veneers, partial coverage, or 360° ceramic restorations'
Scopul acestei prezentări este de a explica, dincolo de instrumentele tradiționale de obținere a unei preparații corecte a dintelui natural, un nou tip de inserturi piezoelectrice (insert de bază Tipholder DB și insert terminal de preparație Mectron Crown), capabile să realizeze o mișcare eliptică independentă a insertului față de dinte, ceea ce reprezintă un avantaj […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Domenico Baldi – How to Improve in a predictable way the Aesthetic Outcome in the Prosthetic Rehabilitation'
In the past years the dental implantology has undergone the development mostly due to new possibilities created by regenerative procedures of hard and soft tissues. There are many surgical techniques as well as biomaterials available nowadays. Today we treat more and more sophisticated and compromised cases. The qualification for the proper procedure should take into […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Piotr Majeski – Biological and clinical criteria of qualification for alveolar ridge reconstruction procedures'
Data collection, diagnostic wax-ups and surgical and restorative planning have been lengthy and cumbersome processes to produce a surgical guide. Current computer-guided surgical guides and systems have many limitations. Provisional restorations used at the time of implant placement can be difficult to use. A new generation of computer guidance tools for implant surgery will be […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Michael Klein – Digital Workflow; Creating Predictable Outcomes: A New Generation of Tools'
Longevity is the key. As restorative dentists our main goal is to provide long lasting restorations to our patients. In a pursuit of long term success we will discuss the sequences used to accomplish the ideal preparation of our dental substrate for a highest bonding performance . We will talk about the importance of the […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Ines Barbosa – Steps towards long lasting adhesion'
A good communication between the orthodontist and the surgeon is essential to obtain the right result when treating patients with malocclusion. The complexity of ortho-surgical case increase when other pathologies are associated. Missing teeth are usually replaced by implants and to decide their final position is not easy. This has to be correlated with the […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Ion Nicolescu – Virtual Surgical planning in complex malocclusion cases. A multidisciplinary approach'
Modern dentistry involves 3D technologies with the help of intraoral scanners and 3D treatment planning. Clear aligners have evolved significantly in recent years and we can treat almost every case without the need of bonded braces on the teeth. The lecture will focus on the digital workflow from scanning to planning, from in-office minor tooth […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Rafi Romano – The future is here! CAD/CAM digital workflow in orthodontics: from planning to manufacturing predicted optimal smile'
Bioactive dental materials are all the buzz. What are they? How can they be incorporated into the dental practice? Are they better? Is handling different? Are there technique changes needed? Can you really get healing and repair? All you need to know–remineralization, restoratives, cements—materials that actually heal and repair. Course objectives: Learn about silver diamine […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Fay Golstep – What in the world is bioactivity and how can I use it'
Treatment of advanced periodontal cases has changed significantly due to implants. Long successful term results outcome in strictly periodontal cases depend by a proper diagnosis and an adequate execution of surgical procedures which will allow to obtain a good prognosis even in teeth extremely compromised. The sophisticated clinician must be able to avoid indiscriminated extraction […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Giano Ricci – Advanced Periodontal Treatment or Implant Therapy?'
The direct Class III composite resin restorations allows clinicians to provide conservative treatment and a virtually imperceptible blend with adjacent tooth structures. This type of treatment remains an adequate therapeutic modality in traditional Class III lesions. It can satisfy most aesthetic demands, and it offers an affordable alternative to more invasive procedures, such as veneers […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Sergiu Muresan – The challenge of class III composite direct restorations'
During the last decade, adhesive dentistry has become more and more important in the domain of restorative dentistry. Adhesive procedures offer the possibility to keep the restorations smaller and decrease in this way the so-called ‘money tooth’ effect. Nevertheless, adhesive restorative procedures are quite technique sensitive. Therefore, it is required to follow simplified and standardized […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Marleen Peumans & Dr. Gianfranco Politano – Effective and simplified protocol for daily high quality direct posterior composite restorations'
Great improvements have been made in the field of esthetic rastoration in the last few years. This evolution derives not only from esthetic requirements of the patient, but also from a good relationship beetwen the dentist and the technician. The clinician should know technical steps to make the process easier the imagination of the technician […]Click for more information on 'DT Giuseppe Romeo – Technical Diagnostic and Esthetical Approach'
Achievement of aesthetic restorations that resemble natural teeth represent a great challenge for both dentists and technicians. Obtaining optimal results with the minimum number of try-in tests or repetitions necessarily implies performing a systematic and exhaustive shade analysis. Advanced photographic techniques need to be used for this task, including different kinds of illumination and precise calibration of RAW files. […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Javier Tapia Guadix – Color analysis and shade selection strategies for the anterior teeth following Bio-Emulation principles'
Observation of the nature and in our case of the natural tooth, not limited to the single entity, but in relation to all adjacent biological structures, gingival soft tissue, lips, face, included the personality and the somatic characteristics of the patient, allow us to comprehend better the relationship between form, function, biology and esthetics. Starting from objective parameters, […]Click for more information on 'DT Stefano Inglese – Bio-functional emulation of the nature through art, science and technology'
With the popularization of dental implants for single to complex restorations, the importance of treatment planning has been emphasized. We are frequently challenged by malpositioned implants, loss of interdental papillae, soft tissue discoloration, and other problems. The connective zone between the restoration and the soft tissue is one of the most important aspects that will […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Victor Clavijo – Taking Control on Challenging Esthetic Cases Using the Power Trio: Pink Ceramics, Implants, and Veneers'
Digital dentistry is the future of our profession, if you don’t alredy have an intra-oral scanner you will do soon. As an industry leader on this topic Dr Chard will give an illustration on the benefits of digital intra oral scanning as well as chairside milling and the applications of these in restorative, orthodontic and implant dentistry. Dr Chard […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Simon Chard – Digital Workflows In Modern Cosmetic Dentistry'
George Freedman DDS, DiplABAD, FIADFE, FAACD, FASDA Adjunct Professor, Dental Medicine, Western University, Pomona, California 8th Generation adhesives. Single shade esthetic composites. Inexpensive dentist and hygienist lasers. Guided and robotic implant placement. Chairside periodontal diagnostics and advanced home maintenance. Innovative curing lights and impression materials. And much, much more……Click for more information on 'Dr. George Freedman – Your 21st Century Practice'
The treatment plan in Oral Rehabilitation is one of the most important factors in current Dental Medicine, to achieve the desired success. If this plan involves vertical occlusion changes, it makes it even more specific. It is intended with the presentation to provide guidance for when it is desired or necessary to change our vertical […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Joao Rua – To increse or not to increase. Is that the question?'