Pedro Brito

Pedro Brito

Dental Technician

Director of the Laboratory BioMimetik lab PEDRO BRITO


Degree in Dental Prosthesis, ESSEM – Egas Moniz

He is  Professor of the 3rd Post-Graduation in Aesthetic Dentistry, at ISCSEM – Egas Moniz.

He had published an  article in the CDA journal, vol 40, nº6 June 2012 “The importance of the optical properties in dental silica-based ceramics “with

Paulo Monteiro DMD, MSC, Joana Pereira MSC and Ricardo Alves DMD, MSC.

He is  Professor of the 1st Post-Graduation in Advanced Biomimetic Dentistry, in ISCSEM – Egas Moniz, Lecturer of the 2nd Journey of dental prosthesis, ISCSEM – Egas Moniz, Speaker of the 7th SPED Congress with the theme “innovation in Biomimetics “, Lecturer at the Congress of Dental Prosthesis Technicians, with the theme “The Other Side of Smile “.

Mr. Brito is Professor of the Post-Graduation in Minimally Invasive Adhesive Dentistry, DAMI at the Higher Institute of Health Sciences Egas Moniz since 2016.

He publiched  an article in QDT 2017, The Biodigital Alveolar Model: An Alternative for a Predictable Esthetic Outcome with Ultrathin Porcelain Veneers, with Paulo Monteiro, DDS, MSc, João Rua, DDS, Silas Duarte Jr, DDS, MS, PhD, José João Mendes DDS, PhD in 2016

Mr. Brito is the Director of the Laboratory BioMimetik lab PEDRO BRITO.


The Keys to Success in Contemporary Aesthetic Oral Rehabilitation

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 use different materials, depending on the case selection, patient, function and aesthetic requirements. In this field the CAD / CAM technology and materials available for adhesive rehabilitation was developed in the last years. Used and treated properly they allow us to conserve much of the remaining dental tissue, avoiding more destructive procedures for dental structure.

On the other hand, in an indirect rehabilitation, the communication between the clinician, the patient and the ceramist is fundamental, in order to optimize the expectations and the final result. For this it is fundamental to follow a work protocol that goes through different stages, such as: planning, wax-up, mock-up, guided dental preparation, communication with the laboratory, impressions, temporary restorations, adhesion of restorations and maintenance of restorations.

In this two speakers side conference we intend to show and discuss the necessary clinical and laboratory workflow, being the key to success in contemporary oral adhesive rehabilitation.