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Learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Courses cover everything from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical and prosthetic workflows. We even address some of the most complex and progressive protocols for managing potential complications.
Learn about the past, present, and future of implantology.
An interactive presentation for all Specialists, GP’s and Labs. An efficient digital ecosystem is vital in helping regain patient confidence, limiting exposure by reducing appointments, and delivering higher value to the procedures offered in dentistry. You will follow a case from inception, beginning with data acquisition and diagnostics, through treatment planning and surgical execution, and concluding with referral based communications including the sharing of STL files from specialist to GP and lab.
Ever thought about adding the All-on-4® treatment concept to your practice? The rehabilitation of fully edentulous patients or soon to be edentulous with 2 tilted implants in the posterior region and 2 straight implants in the anterior region was developed to restore patients with a fixed esthetic and functional prosthesis in as little as one day, while avoiding more complex surgeries such as grafting procedures. The lecture will go over this life changing treatment and the steps needed to successfully integrate this concept in your practice.
The primary focus of this lecture is the oral anatomy and its clinical relevance to oral implantology. The aim is to meet the clinical demands of defining intraoperative structures for implant and bone grafting surgeries. On another note, the lecture will cover the advantage of using CBCT imaging to define those anatomic landmarks that usually do not appear on two-dimensional imaging. The lecture will simplify the learning and the execution of implant-related surgical procedures in a region of the body that presents special topographic and anatomical difficulties.
Overview of DTX Studio™ Implant encompassing the latest software features. Turn the plan into reality. Gain adequate knowledge of the DTX Studio™ Implant software and accompanying digital workflows to support your practice.
DTX Studio™ ecosystem allows for digital efficiency when connecting clinical practices with the dental laboratory. Learn the ease of sending of IOS orders virtually straight to the dental laboratory. This is through the powerful DTX Studio™ GO platform. DTX Studio™ GO also houses numerous videos for online training at your leisure. DTX Studio™ Lab offers the dental technician a vast array of restorations from single to full arch implant borne restorations, to tooth borne restorations. The design of a Screw-retained crown with an Angulated Screw Channel (ASC) will be shown.
The incorporation of digital technology in implant dentistry significantly enhances clinicians’ ability to improve implant treatment planning, surgical implant placement and restoration. Implants can be predictably placed in a prosthetically driven approach, yielding ideal prosthetic outcomes. In this presentation, Dr. Effie Habsha will provide a comprehensive, practical and pragmatic overview of the digital tools and technologies used in planning, placing and restoring dental implants.
Surgical practices that rely on referrals can use technology to plan every case as team. Fewer unexpected outcomes and downstream challenges for the restorative dentist will strengthen the referral relationship. Adoption of a coordinated digital workflow can also maximize patient satisfaction through immediate loading and precisely matched CAD-CAM restorations. In this lecture, Dr. Scott MacLean will discuss how the use of a digital workflow can make patient-satisfying immediacy a realistic routine option.
Prior to the 1990s, the field was held back by relatively high failure rates, delayed loading, conventional impressions, and long healing times. Today, cases can be planned digitally and surgically guided. Immediate loading implants can achieve high primary stability on day one while uniquely anodized surfaces virtually assure secondary stability and healthy keratinization.
Bien que les critères de diagnostic de la péri-implantite soient désormais établis depuis 2017, nous n’avons toujours pas de consensus sur l’origine des péri-implantites ni sur un protocole de traitement efficace.
Après une mise au point sur l’étiologie des péri-implantites, sur leur caractère multifactoriel, nous verrons que la décontamination implantaire est l’étape clé de leur traitement.
Au même titre que l’élimination du biofilm est primordiale pour une amélioration des signes cliniques dans le traitement de la mucosite, la décontamination de la surface implantaire est incontournable pour le succès du traitement de la péri-implantite.
Les traitements classiques de nettoyage implantaires sont insuffisants ; au plan macroscopique, une difficulté d’accès à la surface implantaire et au plan microscopique, l’impossibilité de retirer les bactéries des microstructures.
Ainsi, le GalvoSurge, système de nettoyage électrolytique, pourrait être au centre de la stratégie thérapeutique.
Par son mode d’action unique, il permet d’éliminer tout le biofilm y compris la décontamination des filetages, contre dépouilles et microstructures.
Désormais le GalvoSurge nous permet une décontamination complète de l’implant et ainsi l’obtention d’une ré-ostéointégration après régénération osseuse.
Cela nécessite, en revanche, de définir le potentiel de régénération d’une perte osseuse péri-implantaire et une parfaite maîtrise des techniques de régénération osseuse en présence d’un implant.
Digital dentistry continues to be ever growing in today's dental practice. Intraoral scanning is no longer just an option in the digital workflow of today's practices, it has become more common in use. This virtual lecture will discuss how to increase efficiency and accuracy through the use of IOS technology.
Three-dimensional navigated implant placement offers much more than routine surgical accuracy and precision. Patient-satisfying immediacy can become a realistic routine option. Learn how to harness the power of 3D Dynamic navigation for surgical procedures and prosthetic planning.
Digital technology to enable clinicians to convey all the information to create the virtual patient, diagnose and plan prosthetics and implant surgery is utilized more than ever. This lecture will detail the use of the digital workflow for the placement of immediate implants and immediate provisionalization which has been shown to provide optimal preservation of soft and hard tissues which is paramount in the esthetic zone.
The single posterior tooth is one of the most common implant restoration. The role of soft-tissue maintenance in supporting successful outcomes for dental implant treatment should not be underestimated. Not only does healthy, well-adhered soft tissue provide better esthetics, it also acts as a barrier to bacteria and helps to maintain bone volume around the implant. This presentation will detail the use of the digital workflow technologies and preservation of soft tissue to provide esthetic results.
Once a tooth is extracted, the natural wound-healing cascade paired with irreversible alteration occurs. Grafting techniques (hard and soft tissue) combined with the sound understanding of the surgical site theater will help the practitioner to make the proper decision in order to successfully treat their patient. The usage of biological modifiers and surgical barriers are proposed to assist in improving the predictability of the advance surgical care.
Once a tooth is extracted, the natural wound healing cascade is paired with irreversible alterations. Grafting techniques (hard and soft tissue) and prosthetic manipulations are required to attempt reestablishing the proper hard and soft tissue losses and proper emergence profile. Grafting materials (Creos Allograft) and surgical techniques (hard and soft tissue) compounded with biological modifiers are proposed to repair and counteract the amount of ridge deformation.