Implantology
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October 12th-14th, 2021

Industry forums

Tuesday 12th October

18:30 - 19:00

Speaker:
Tomas Linkevicius (Lithuania)

Title:
Biological concepts in preservation of crestal bone around implants

Biology has always been important in preserving crestal bone stability. It is connected to the idea of "1 abutment - 1 time", which has been circulating in the dental world for decades. It has been suggested that moving restorative procedures to the abutment level allows no additional abutment disconnection, which in turn, does not disturb the peri-implant seal and produces better bone levels. To achieve this, an intermediary multiunit abutment or CONNECT abutment (MIS) is used. A positive outcome is obvious already at an early stage of the treatment, as multiple disconnections of the healing abutment are inevitable. Furthermore, a 1-year follow-up provides an even better clinical picture, as no bone loss and no bone remodeling is seen. It can be concluded that the use of intermediary multiunit abutments significantly reduces crestal bone loss around subcrestally positioned implants.

20:25-20:55

Speaker:
Jochen Tunkel (Germany)

Title:
Advancing immediacy in the esthetic zone

The number of concepts on immediate implant rehabilitation in the esthetic zone is steadily growing. At the same time, the world of dentistry is being transformed by digitalization. Both of which help the clinician in their daily routine by increasing precision and saving time. During this lecture, the world-renowned speaker will share, discuss, and highlight clinical advancements on immediate implant rehabilitation in the esthetic zone and how innovative biomaterials can help obtain optimal hard and soft tissue volume for different reconstruction modalities. Special attention will be given to the appropriate planning and selection of the most suitable treatment approach and devices based on the patient's unique anatomic and clinical situations.

22:00 - 22:30

Speakers:
Stijn Vervaeke (Belgium)
Stefan Vandeweghe (Belgium)
Martin Wanendeya (United Kingdom)

Aim of the forum:
Inspiration TALKS, discussing first clinical results with a new implant design

Title:
Prime innovation and smart procedures

An innovative and yet scientifically proven implant design and an efficient digital implant workflow – from data capturing to the final prosthetic restoration – finally come together in one smart procedure. Step into the spotlight and take a bow – with superior outcomes for your patients, it’s prime time for you as a clinician.
Join Inspiration TALKS to be among the first to experience the clinical results you’ve always wanted to get ahead today and prepare for tomorrow.

23:20 - 23:50

Speaker:
Henriette Lerner (Germany)

Aim of the forum:
Carestream Dental solutions for full arch restorations

Title:
Carestream Dental workflow for full arch cases

Dr. Henriette Lerner will guide us through full arch rehabilitation cases following the digital protocol SCAN-PLAN-MAKE-DONE. The focus will be on the data acquisition as the first and fundamental pillar for the correct implementation of the other phases of the treatment. Scanning accuracy is mandatory for results predictability, highest precision and improved esthetics, even more so for full arch.

The latest scanning and planning solutions are key to faster and successful treatment plans even for the most challenging cases.

 

Wednesday 13th October

18:30 - 19:00

Speakers:

Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini (Italy)
& Alessandro Agnini (Italy)

Aim of the forum:
How to diagnose and treatment plan a full arch case? Team Communication - Indications - Guidelines

Title:
The Guided Implant Surgery Pathway

Full arch management has it challenges in itself not only from a surgical point of view but especially under a prosthetic stand point. Diagnosis and treatment plan properly these cases play a pivotal role for the final successful outcome. In fact, CBCT software analysis together with all the prosthetic evaluation needed prior the surgical day will be highlighted during the day, bringing then the focus of course specifically on the diagnostic, surgical, and prosthetic procedures that may help to improve the predictability of the overall procedure. Which implant geometry to be used? Which is the rationale behind the choice of placing straight or tilted implants? How many implants are needed and where? We are faced with a multitude of restorative options and during the lecture You will be taken through a full arch restoration and why we chose this particular restoration. Today with the availability of different materials and technologies we can aim to create a restoration that is not only hygiene friendly but retrievable and repairable.

20:25-20:55

Speakers:

Katja Nelson (Germany)
Marc Quirynen (Belgium)
Michael Pikos (USA)
Ramon Gomez-Meda (Spain)

Moderator:
Holger Essig, Chief Marketing Officer (BioHorizons Camlog)

Aim of the forum:

Provide multi-disciplinary clinical best practices based on latest clinical results

Title:
Keynote lectures on improving regeneration and implants longevity

This session will deliver clinical recommendations from world-renowned leaders and educators in implant dentistry on improving regeneration and implants longevity.  Each will focus on concepts and protocols to include clinical results of a novel porcine derived acellular dermal matrix and its applications, soft tissue management, short implants, immediacy and guided surgery with focus on aesthetics and the benefits of covering membranes with L-PRF to improve healing, release growth factors and as antibacterial support.  Access to each individual full lecture will be available after the corporate forum. 

22:00 - 22:30

Speaker:
Mauricio Araujo (Brazil)
Title: Preserve volume after extraction

Speaker: Francesco Cairo (Italy)
Title: Preserve peri-implant tissues

Which treatment makes more sense? The one that prevents hard- and soft tissue loss, or that regenerates the lost tissue? Maurício Araújo and Francesco Cairo will guide you through the journey of advancing the preservation of natural hard and soft tissue. Predictability of the biomaterials and solutions, and the long-term evidence are in focus. And what else? For the first time, you shape the program with your questions. The speakers adapt their lectures to answer the questions you have asked and voted for via our social media channels. Your questions are our commitment!

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Thursday 14th October

18:30 - 19:00

Speakers: 

Enrico Agliardi (Italy) & Robert Haas (Austria)

Title:
Direct / Shape / Place. Clinical experience with the Nobel Biocare N1™ implant system

Biological research has observed that conventional high-speed drilling contributes to bone resorption, owing to the heat and trauma that it causes. It is magnified by having to reduce heat with irrigation, which washes away valuable osteogenic materials.

A simplified approach has been created to replace high-speed drilling with an instrument that slowly rotates to ‘shape’ the osteotomy and eliminates the need for irrigation. In addition to its biological advantages, the technique simplifies the procedure and reduces guesswork, particularly in evaluating bone quality, and it reduces noise and vibration for the patient.

This protocol is just one feature of the full Nobel Biocare N1™ system, which includes new concepts in implant macroshape, surface, prosthetic connections, and emergence profile. In this forum, Profs. Encrico Agliardi and Robert Haas present their clinical experience with the system so far.

20:25-20:55

Speaker:
Mirela Feraru (Israel)

Title:
Harmonizing the restorative-tissue interface by peri-implant hard and soft tissue enhancement

In order to achieve a harmonious esthetic result of indirect restorations at the smile zone - the operator should not only choose the material of the restoration, but also analyze and relate to the abutment type and color, and to the integration of the whole restorative complex with the surrounding tissue, whether of a natural tooth or an implant.

Where different types of adjacent abutments should be restored one should plan ahead the different phases of the perio-restorative treatment by choosing the most suitable technique and materials for each site, so that the combined abutment-crown complex will blend with each other, as well as with the adjacent dentition and with the vital periodontium, in an esthetic and healthy environment.  

22:00 - 22:30

Speakers:
Christer Dahlin (Sweden) & Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)

Title:
Intelligent simplicity - achieve excellent primary stability with only 1 to 2 drills

More information coming soon

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Speakers:
Doruk Kocyigit (Turkey) & Tolga Pekperdahci (Turkey)

Aim of the forum:
Tips for Immediate Loading and Advantages of T6 TORQ through cases

Title:
Immediate loading cases with a new Nucleoss T6Torq

The purpose of this session is to discuss about recommended protocols and tips for immediate loading through two cases while reviewing the advantages of NucleOSS aggressive implant T6 Torq’s design. One of the case covers a 34-years-old healthy male patient treated with the immediate loading with CAD-CAM design restoration in the posterior maxilla. The second case covers a 67-years-old male with ITP disease treated with six implants and full arch immediate loading. Besides these two cases, you will find a discussion about immediate loading protocol and a brief preseantation of the company.

Speaker:
Daniel Buser (Switzerland)

Aim of the forum:
The presentation will review the various clinical applications, in which Osstell ISQ values are routinely measured, which will be documented with typical case reports.

Title:
How to use Osstell ISQ values to shorten implant healing periods

Since the millennium change, significant progress has been made in implant dentistry to make implant therapy more attractive to patients. Among other factors, a significant reduction of healing periods or the time to load was achieved in various clinical situations. The accurate measurement of implant stability is a crucial aspect in the decision making for the most appropriate clinical procedure. Resonance Frequency Analysis (RFA) measuring Osstell ISQ values has been used at the University of Bern for more than 15 years, and it has become a valuable tool in daily practice. The presentation will review the various clinical applications, in which Osstell ISQ values are routinely measured, which will be documented with typical case reports.

Speaker:
Sofia Karapataki (Greece)

Title:
5-12 year retrospective study on tissue health information coming soon

More information coming soon

Moderator:
Sandro Venanzoni, Chief Technology Officer at TRI® Dental Implants (Switzerland)

Speaker:
Ronald Jung (Switzerland)

Aim of the forum:
The ability to entirely personalize the implant reconstruction

Title:
The Future of Implant Restorations – A New Era of Personalized Dentistry

At the TRI® Special Event in June, Prof. Ronald Jung hold a TRITalk lecture explaining the novel concept of the matrix® implant system and the ability to entirely personalize the implant reconstruction.

This is possible thanks to the matrix® technology, where no abutment and cement are needed and no limits in terms of material and indication are set. The matrix® implant system is the the world‘s first dental implant approved for fully digitally single and multi-unit restorations directly on the implant without the use of the abutment. This unique implant connection has been specifically designed for the new digital manufacturing technologies such as CAD/ CAM milling or 3D printing.

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