Endorsed by New York University
8th–10th of october 2020 – Bucharest Time | Live broadcasting from USA | Official language: English
Discover the latest topics that will delight you in this memorable learning journey, brought to you by five of the world renewed speakers.
with Kendall Beacham from NYU - Dentistry, Linhart Continued Dental Education Program
Dental Technology is evolving at an incredible pace. Increasingly, Digital Implant dentistry is transforming traditional clinical methods and analog approaches into surgical and restorative systems that are more efficient and streamlined. Through digital implant dentistry surgeons and restorative doctors are able to achieve the most predictable, clinical outcomes, fewer patient appointments, reduced chairtime, improve communications and increase predictability. This presentation will provide an update on current digital workflow and how it can help eliminate complications and further improve success rates. From CBCT and intraoral scanning to guided surgical implant placement and collaborative treatment planning between the specialist and the general practitioner, this lecture will help bridge the gap and provide you with a clear understanding of the potential uses and results beginning with the initial imaging of the patient through to the final restoration.
Contemporary dentistry is living a digital revolution. Technologies are already integrated into our workflows. The challenge and our mission is to define the ones which offer a more precise, minimally invasive and predictable approach. Accuracy and precision, as well as integration in a coherent workflow are the key. Validated technologies, digital workflows, scientifically validated parameters and algorithms of grafting, planning and prosthetic rehabilitation will be described, as well as their application in complex clinical cases. The webinar will treat validated techniques of: - Image Acquiring - Surgical planning Concepts/ Planning Softwares - Manufacturing Procedures/ Milling & printing - Surgical Approaches - Provisional Restorations - Final Reconstruction
Macro Changes in Implant Design to Enhance Biologic and Aesthetic Outcomes
Dr. Stephen Chu
Immediate tooth replacement therapy has become a mainstream treatment modality for single and multiple tooth implants in the aesthetic zone. However, a balance exists in the amount of primary stability afforded in extraction sockets and gap distance from the labial plate for graft material and new bone formation. An inventive macro design concept based upon biologic principles that combines hybrid strategies in implant diameter, shape, and thread pattern will be introduced. The inverted body-shift design concept will be supported by pre-clinical [animal histology] and clinical [human] studies that scientifically supports, validates, and reinforces the biologic principles in design that ultimately enhances aesthetic outcomes in modern day implantology
The treatment planning of complex cases requires the highest level of knowledge and skill of the treating team. Whether we are looking at mid-facial recession or black triangle disease due to loss of papilla, it is an orchestration of procedures including proper sequencing and timing that makes the difference. Some cases will only need the restorative dentist, while others will need surgical and sometimes orthodontic treatment to maximize the esthetic outcome. Envisioning the final case before starting is required to know where the goal of treatment will be directed. This, in conjunction with the patient’s needs and clinical situation comprise the decision-making process for what is the best treatment for the patient. These concerns will be addressed in this interdisciplinary approach to our most challenging
90 Seconds to 90% Case Acceptance - Exam, Diagnosis, Treatment Planning and Delivery of Comprehensive
Dr Michael Sonick
Ideal dental and medical care involve treatment of the entire patient. However, this is not always the case. Health care providers, including both dentists and physicians, are often taught to perform procedures, not comprehensive patient care. Dental school training oftentimes focuses on the mastery of individual skills and technical procedures (remember dental school requirements). A healthy periodontium is the foundation of a healthy mouth. Periodontal diseases are rampant and clinicians are challenged to provide the appropriate therapy. The sequence of ideal dental care is as follows: Examination, followed by Diagnosis, Treatment Plans and Treatment. The initial dental examination is the essential first step in treatment. It will be reviewed in detail, including the impact of medical history on the progression and etiology of periodontal disease, the radiographic exam, subtleties of the intra- and extra-oral examination, the importance of sequential probing, differences between attachment loss and pocket depth, the diagnosis of furcations and their impact on treatment and prognosis, mucogingival considerations and their treatment, and the occlusal examination. A review of appropriate treatment options for various disease states will also be covered along with suggestions for sequencing treatment to develop a predictable prognosis.
Even if the actual context is difficult, don’t stop evolving! The world is changing fast, and the professional growth is part of the process in adapting to this new world.
Dental Leaders Summit 2020 will be broadcast live, online from the USA.
We will be with you, offering you the latest protocols and techniques, in your own comfort with your favorite coffee, at a very convenient price.
Connect with our outstanding team of speakers, who will gladly share with you their refined knowledge of their vast experience throughout this amazing event.
Michael Sonick, DMD, is an internationally known, highly regarded authority in the field of dental implantology and periodontology. He completed his undergraduate degree at Colgate University. He received his DMD at University of Connecticut School of Medicine and his certificate in periodontology at Emory University. He received his implant training at Harvard University as well as the Branemark Clinic in Gothenburg, Sweden. A full-time practicing periodontist in Fairfield, Connecticut, he is also a frequent guest lecturer in the international program at New York University School of Dentistry and the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine. He lectures worldwide on the subject of aesthetic implants, periodontal plastic surgery and guided bone regeneration. He is the co-editor of the multi-language textbook, Implant Site Development. He serves on the editorial boards of numerous journals including the Compendium of Continuing Education and the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry, and also writes and publishes numerous papers in peer-reviewed journals. He is a diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantology.
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