Henning Schliephake (Germany)
Many concepts for implant-retained removable dentures (RPs) require the extraction of residual teeth. However, implants and remaining teeth can be combined to support RPs, if double crowns are used. Intraoral bonding of galvanic secondary crowns to CoCr frameworks results in passive fit of these RPs. Clinical long-term data revealed that the prognosis of the implants and the prostheses was not negatively affected compared with solely implant-supported RPs.
Peter Rammelsberg (Germany)
Bjarni Pjetursson (Iceland)
Markus Blatz (USA)
Malin Strasding (Switzerland)
Daniel Wismeijer (Netherlands)
The number of concepts on immediate implant placement 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 immediacy techniques and solutions for different reconstruction modalities.
Special attention will be given to the appropriate planning and selection of the most suitable treatment approach based on the patient’s unique anatomic and clinical situations.
Gabor Tepper (Austria)
Isabella Rocchietta (Italy)
Gerhard Iglhaut (Germany)
Arthur Novaes Junior (Brazil)
Ignacio Sanz Martin (Switzerland)
Andy Temmerman (Belgium)
In order to achieve a natural-looking result of artificial implant restorations, the operator must, before choosing a specific implant system and the restorative materials, analyze the operative site and plan for a healthy integration of the whole restorative complex and the implant fixture within the surrounding living tissues.
At the smile zone a primary goal is also to obtain natural-looking peri-implant soft tissue embracing a natural-looking functioning crown.
The accumulated insights of the last 20 years on bone and tissue response (and alterations) around implants, enable biologic-based implementation of different surgical and restorative approaches, so that the abutment-crown complex blends in with the adjacent tissue and dentition in complete health and harmony.
Mirela Feraru (Israel)
Dental implants and natural teeth represent completely different supporting structures for prosthodontics. Is it possible to combine these two different anchors with a fixed restoration? Is the different mobility of implant and tooth a clinical issue? Is the clinical survival probability of the implant affected? What are the construction principles of these restorations?
Florian Beuer (Germany)
with Henning Schliephake (Germany)
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