Congress program


    • 13 April 2024
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    • Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
    • Organizing Committee:  Dr n. med. Maciej Żarow
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      Saturday 13.04.2024
      Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
    • Session 1. Digital Edge Innovations

      Saturday 13.04.2024
      Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
      • 09:15 - 10:30

        Key Factors for Ortho-Restorative Treatment Planning. Digital integration.

        Join us in discovering the benefits that happens when restorative and orthodontic digital worlds come together. We'll delve into the game-changing potential of advanced technologies, emphasizing the beautiful dance between orthodontics and restorative procedures. This talk isn't just about tech; it's about crafting a digital synergy that transforms patient experiences and redefines the art of modern dental care.

        Learn how the integration of 3D printing takes this synergy to new heights, enabling precise and less invasive solutions. Explore the transformative power of digital dentistry in crafting personalized treatment plans, ultimately redefining the art of modern dental care with a focus on the minimally invasive approaches.

      • 10:30 - 11:45

        Digital workflow in your dental practice: From simple direct dentistry to full Dental Rehabilitation.

        The expectation that anterior dental restorations should be highly aesthetic, durable and minimally invasive is becoming the common expectation among patients who are increasingly well informed. The utilisation of direct composite resin, bonded ceramic restorations or the combination of the 2 restorative options has rapidly become the cornerstone modality in meeting these expectations.

        The goal of this presentation is to demonstrate how basic planning and execution of these modalities of treatment can be applied from the simple everyday cases to the more complex and challenging cases. The presentation will highlight the use of modern digital technologies; from digital scanning and planning, milling and 3D printing to simplify and facilitate the delivery of both direct and indirect restorations.

        Presented by one off Australia’s most sought after speaker today, Dr Anthony Mak will highlight the key restorative concepts for direct resins and ceramics using highly visual images, and videos to ensure that the content is delivered in a manner that is easy to understand and most importantly, applicable in everyday practice.

      • 11:45 - 12:15

        Coffee break

    • Session 2. Periodontics in Esthetic Zone

      Saturday 13.04.2024
      Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
      • 12:15 - 13:30

        New approach to surgical crown lenghtening in aesthetic area

        Surgical crown lengthening is probably the “ oldest”, well documented and performed surgical procedure in order to restore teeth before restorative or prosthodontic treatment.

        Classically main attention was dedicated to bone remodelling and reshaping, with secondary intention wound healing and freedom of the gingival tissue, followed by the reconstruction. Results were predictable and stable but not much attention was dedicated to esthetic.

        Today, combining the evaluation and knowledge about the periodontal ligament and the supra-bony component of the root with the management of the emergency profile of the prosthetic reconstruction we can give our patient also the esthetic and the re-growth of the papilla, achieving a much better and pleasant result.

      • 13:30 - 14:30

        Lunch Time

    • Session 3. Adhesion & Cementation & Full Mouth Rehabilitation

      Saturday 13.04.2024
      Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology
      • 14:30 - 15:45

        What Cementation Protocols do you use? Should they be modified? Clinical Tips and tricks.

        Adhesive cementation is a complex procedure that requires knowledge of adhesive principles and adherence to the clinical protocol in order to obtain durable bonding between tooth structure and restorative material.
        Contemporary adhesive materials enable the use of all- ceramic indirect restorations for all situations where maximum aesthetics and biocompatibility are essentially primary. However, failure rates of certain materials have given rise to a quest for the best possible cementation method. The adhesive cementation of all-ceramic crowns places high requirements on both the dental practitioner and the adhesive system due to the special preparation design required for adhesive cementation. Lecture will include the evidence-based review of the new adhesive materials and protocols to streamline the clinical procedures with tips&tricks to ensure predictable, reproducible results in everyday clinical practice.

      • 15:45 - 17:00

        Complete Mouth Rehabilitation in Fixed prosthodontics: An Individualized Approach.

        The goal of complete mouth rehabilitation is the long-term restoration and/or enhancement of a functional and esthetic dentition. Along with the complexity of such treatment, the selection among a variety of available materials and techniques might make the procedure even more challenging. This is amplified when trying to restore patients with different facial types. Digital technology has been widely used to increase the predictability of implant planning and placement, however implementing a digital workflow exclusively in complex complete
        rehabilitation is still challenging and controversial.

        This presentation will outline an individualized approach to prosthetically enhance or restore dento - facial harmony with fixed complete mouth rehabilitation. The most relevant criteria for treatment planning, VDO decision and treatment sequencing in full mouth reconstruction will be discussed along with setting functional and esthetic guidelines. The selective integration of digital workflow, mainly with prosthetically driven virtual planning and guided implant surgery will be highlighted, thereby reducing treatment time and cost. To conclude, the final ceramic material decision will be analyzed on the basis of functional and esthetic rendition as well as expected strength performance according to the patient’s condition without disregarding the requirements of biocompatibility, esthetics and improved long term prognosis.

      • 17:00 - 17:45

        Round Table Discussion.