Designing full-mouth complex rehabilitations on natural dentition and implants with optimum esthetics requires correct treatment planning, evaluation of the most suitable ceramic material and advanced skills. Today technology validly supports the clinician in the definition of an ideal treatment plan thanks to GETApp, an App that collects and processes digitally all the necessary data. The […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Mauro Fradeani – The prosthetic revolution'
2D and 3D smile design for implant planning and manufacturing of pre-surgical provisional restorations. Participants will use 3D intraoral scanning to virtually plan an implant in the esthetic zone. They will then use this plan for designing of a 3D printed surgical guide. Also the design of a pre-surgical provisional will be demonstrated.Click for more information on 'Hands-on
Erosion, abrasion and bio-corrosion produce defects in our patients’ teeth than can be managed easily with a simple protocol, with extended planning but reduced chair-time any full-mouth rehabilitation can be performed.Click for more information on 'Jon Gurrea
Erosive patients how to treat them from the beginning to the end Dental erosion is a multidisciplinary etiologic factor that affects 30% of young population, destroying great amount of tooth estructure. Traditional prosthetic techniques are based on healthy tooth estructure removal that are restored by using crowns and fixed partial prosthesis. Nowadays thanks to predictable enamel and […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Eva Berroeta – Erosive patients – how to treat them from the beginning to the end'
Each tooth extraction is always followed by a collapse of the gingival margin, an alveolar bone resorption in particular on the buccal cortical plate and a deformed ridge after a minimal of 2-12 weeks Maintaining the buccal Contour of the Root Emergence at the time of the tooth extraction and after, is may be another […]Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Andre Saadoun – Partial extraction therapy and immediate / delayed implant'
What are the true limitations of digital dentistry in a new smile? How far can we push the envelope in terms of speed and predictability without ever forgetting maximum aesthetics? We will show cases, the transition from analog to digital and try to predict what a smile make over will be like in the next […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Miguel Stanley
This workshop theory and practice of photography has as main goal to convey the basic concepts of modern digital photography, applied to the world of dentistry. It will be explained how to calibrate your equipment to obtain consistently reproducible photos, how to get a protocol of photographic documentation, how to better manage the files and how to obtain rapid […]Click for more information on 'DT Simone Maffei – Dental Photography'
Restoration of root filled teeth is a controversial subject and a challenge because of the confusing range of opinions presented by dentists and scientists, which makes it difficult to select the most appropriate restorative option. The ongoing debate on whether a post is necessary also remains controversial. The aim of this article is to classify […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Maciej Zarow
Utilizing smile design, digital impressions, and open implant planning software to create milled and 3D printed pre-surgical provisional restorations in the esthetic zone.Click for more information on 'Pre-surgical provisional prosthetics in the esthetic zone
In order to achieve a harmonious esthetic result of an indirect restoration at the smile zone – the operators 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 […]Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Nitzan Bichacho & Dr. Mirela Feraru
Consistent shade matching of indirect restorations with natural dentition remains to be a formidable challenge, even for the most experienced of experts. Numerous factors which take adverse effect on the clinical outcome have long been identified. They include operator dependency (subjective shade selection and evaluation), insufficient shade guide coverage of the range of natural tooth […]Click for more information on 'DT Sascha Hein
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'