Dental implants, modern materials and bone augmentation techniques have led to a radical change in the way we approach edentulous cases. The most common surgical complications arise from incomplete diagnosis, planning or from faulty surgical approaches. Even in cases where surgery and osteointegration have gone smoothly, it often happens that the position of the implants […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Alexandru Burcea & Dr. Laur Iacob
Synopsis In the last years the aesthetic demand from the patients has become the biggest challenge in Periodontology as well as in implant dentistry. Besides functional results is now important to achieve aesthetic success, particularly in the anterior areas, where the expectations of the patients are even higher. The introduction of new biological concepts, biomaterials […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Giulio Rasperini
An aesthetic area can be defined as any area to be restored that in visible in a patient’s smile. An aesthetic implant restoration should resemble a natural tooth in every aspect; reaching the goal of a perfect aesthetical outcome of an implant restoration may represent a very hard challenge to any dentist. Along the years […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Giovanni Ghirlanda
Modern techniques and materials can be useless if the final outcome does not live up to the patient esthetic expectations. It has always been a challange to create a smile design that the final result would be precisely predicted from day one.. in some cases the dentists do built this design by themselves directly in […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Galip Gurel
The evolution of digital technology (3D) in the field of dentistry made possible a real change in the way we practice dentistry. In recent years, more and more dental treatments are done either through a complete digital stream or through a combination of 3D technology and classical (analogous) techniques. We can say that we live […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Bogdan Oprea – Implementation of 3D technologies in everyday practice'
Modern day techniques in adhesive dentistry have provided anterior teeth with many options when considering restoration. This lecture aims to discuss adhesive techniques that can be employed to restore anterior teeth. These are discussed in order of minimal intervention, starting from resin infiltration, through to the latest long-term bisacryl provisional restoration. discuss the relevance of […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Shiraz Khan
Analog or digital: the crossroad Need or hipsterism? The digital era in dentistry has come! This can not be considered as the future anymore. The dentist’s questions about this new and exciting field of interest are especially related to the benefits provided by the digital tools. This benefits should meet both dentists and patients criteria […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Smaranda Buduru & Dr. Dan Hershbach
We are experiencing a period of total change in the workflow between Clinic and Laboratory. The main focus are the new technologies that can help us concretely only if our background is solid and built on workflows and results that came from the traditional full hand made prosthesis. It is important to keep clear the final […]Click for more information on 'DT Alessandro Arnone
It´s all about making the patients, who are in touch with us, feel comfortable and well understood. We have to lign out and explain possibilities and limits of our work. Furthermore We need to show the structure of our costs open and effeciently. My area of expertise is „fixed restrations , non or minimal invasive […]Click for more information on 'DT Fechmi Housein
Let nature be your guide ! Based on the Bio Emulation model clinicians and technicians should strive to restitute to the full Histo-Anatomic sickness of the given tissue with proper spatial ordering, simultaneously optimising both functional and optical integration. Yet the lack of standardisation amongst dental restorative materials has led to a paradox of choice, […]Click for more information on 'DT Djemal Ibraimi
Until very recently the esthetic result of the frontal region lay solely on the lab technician. To give a restoration its natural shape is a feat not easily achieved even by even the most skilled of technicians, due to the limitations set by the creative part of the human brain. This part of the brain […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Josef Kunkela
While adhesive technologies are moving towards simplification, their indications have been significantly broadened. Sometimes we have some doubts about the ideal treatment for a particular case: should we opt for a direct or indirect rehabilitation? This decision is multifactorial, as is the choice of material to be used in rehabilitation. In indirect rehabilitation, we can […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Paulo Monteiro & DT Pedro Brito
The virtual project is a tool inescapable in the modern dentistry. The topic will be how to avoid the traps of an erroneous virtual project presented to the patient and received in the laboratory. On this occasion they will present you the study of the VEP under miscellaneous esthetic clinical situations and conservative dentistry all […]Click for more information on 'Helene & Didier Crescenzo & Hilal Kuday – The virtual esthetic project VEP. To increase the precision in communication with the laboratory. For a better esthetic analysis.'
Minimally invasive approach to therapeutic procedures is one of the goals of modern dentistry. The present tendency is to minimise the impact on the tissues of the oral cavity through various procedures performed in dental office. In the field of dento-facial aesthetics, this trend is increasingly, being addressed through the use of techniques and equipments […]Click for more information on 'Dr. Crisan Bogdan
Aesthetics is nowadays the most important request from patients side. To obtain the ideal prosthetic solution the white aesthetics is fundamental, but to reach the perfect harmony, the individual and natural reproduction of the gingival texture is important, as far as is considered the “aesthetic frame” of dental restoration. Materials evolution and new technologies like cad-cam, linked to […]Click for more information on 'DT Daniele Rondoni
At present day tooth preparation, using correctly the new adhesive materials and techniques, and performing tooth-colored restorations are the major objectives of modern restorative dentistry. Anterior restorations are among the most common operative procedures. They range from simply approaches to more difficult class IV restorations. These large dental defects pose a formidable challenge. The restorations, […]Click for more information on 'Prof. Dr. Antonio Cerrutti