What if a prosthetic frame could influence quality of life?
There is increased interest in the long term clinical outcomes and quality of life of patients treated with a high performance polymer for the framework material for full-arch implant-supported dental prosthetics, rather than the traditionally used metal or ceramic materials. The presentations by The MALO CLINIC will focus on laboratory experiences and clinical outcomes with JUVORA full-arch implant supported prostheses on edentulous patients.
Enabling best practices using Osstell implant diagnostics
Evidence based guidance for implant loading - sharing knowledge for predictable treatment outcomes
Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)
Jeff Ganeles (USA)
Barry Levin (USA)
Neil Meredith (Australia)
The speakers will demonstrate how clinicians can achieve predictable and optimal time to teeth for each patient using Osstell implant diagnostics.
Easy access to evidence-based diagnostics and statistics is important to guide both implantologists and specialists about osseointegration of implants.
Therefore, Osstell has developed a unique cloud-based portal, the Osstell Connect, a global online service enabling actionable insights and a powerful tool of “factfulness” for the clinician.
Bringing inspiration and innovation to dental professionals
Inspiration TALKS – making the difference with evolution, innovation and convenience
Lyndon Cooper (USA)
Martin Wanendeya (United Kingdom)
Malene Hallund (Denmark)
High quality implant dentistry is like the art and science of building a bridge. You start with a foundation based on science, followed by detailed planning and precise surgical skills, completed by a unique, esthetic, restorative design. Together with solutions based on continuous evolution, digital innovation and convenience, the final result makes a difference for each and every patient. And just like the bridge, implant dentistry helps overcome obstacles and create opportunities-to enjoy life again today and tomorrow.
Regeneration of tissues in sites affected by peri-implantitis.
Peri-implantitis affected implants lesions can be successfully regenerated using regenerative measures and maintained over a long time. The lecture will not only cover diagnosis and classification, but also when and how to apply predictive regenerative procedures.
Digital planning in GBR: customized bone regeneration® in complex bone augmentation
Vertical bone augmentation requires space maintaining elements to provide graft stability but are associated with time consuming procedures. 3D printing technology offers new opportunities to reduce surgical time due to customization and supports planning of bone regeneration and implant positioning in a digital workflow.
Advancements in implant dentistry – accelerating clinical developments with novel techniques and long-term proven elements
Innovating implant dentistry at highest scientific and ethical standards – at the right speed –accelerating evolution. This is a challenge to the dental industry as well as for practitioners in choosing their preferred techniques and workflows. Joint goal is to improve patient’s quality of life by shortening treatment times while reaching predictable, highly aesthetical, long-living results.
This industry symposium will highlight new possibilities within the BioHorizons Camlog solution portfolio ranging from surgical options in compromised sights to novel regenerative matrices – focusing on sharing clinical outcomes and scientific evidence.
Mariano Sanz (Spain)
Tiziano Testori (Italy)
Surgical performance of implant designs aiming at immediacy concepts and compromised sites.
Fernando Guerra (Portugal)
Influence of implant and prosthetic features on long-term marginal bone level
Gerhard Iglhaut (Germany)
Novel soft tissue matrix designed for repopulation and revascularization. First clinical report on NOVOMATRIX™
Revolutionary innovations in implant dentistry – experience the novel implant system, Nobel Biocare N1™
Gabor Tepper (Austria)
Nobel Biocare introduces a revolutionary implant system. Innovations in site preparation, implant and abutment surfaces and design have all been combined to achieve bone preservation, the Mucointegration™ process and improve patient comfort.
Discover how world-renowned clinicians have reduced complexity, streamlined workflows, and shortened treatment times with a state-of-the-art system. It removes guesswork and presents a treatment option that patients are more likely to accept – all driven by biological and minimally invasive principles.
Join our dynamic discussion about the design rationale, scientific evidence, and clinical experience, and gain practical advice on how to incorporate these innovations into daily practice.
Achieving predictable clinical outcomes in immediate implant protocols. Appropriate planning and innovative techniques
Waldemar Polido (USA)
Eirik Aasland Salvesen (Norway)
Algirdas Puisys (Lithuania)
Tomas Linkevicius (Lithuania)
Louwrens (Blackie) Swart (Republic of South Africa)
Edmond Bedrossian (USA)
Immediate implant protocols have revolutionized implant dentistry as they offer a variety of benefits for patients and help clinicians treat specific indications, especially in the esthetic zone.
During this corporate forum, world-renowned speakers will present successful immediate treatment concepts for different reconstruction modalities, from single tooth restoration to full arch rehabilitation using the Straumann® ProArch® solutions. The innovative techniques for hard and soft tissue management will also be presented. Particular attention will be paid on the appropriate treatment planning, as well as selection of the most suitable components based on patients’ unique clinical situations.
How to combine Bone Regeneration and Orthodontics.
What is Predictable, Possible and Impossible in Digital Dentistry.
This scientific session will review two hot topics in implant dentistry; firstly Prof. Neiva will present innovative bone grafting techniques combined with orthodontic treatment, followed by Prof. Pradies who will bring more clarity to the digital dentistry procedures, focusing on what’s predictable, what’s possible and what’s impossible.
Rodrigo Neiva (USA)
Prof. Neiva will present a treatment approach to accelerate orthodontic treatment and prevent dehiscence defects and gingival recessions associated to orthodontic arch expansion. The rationale, advantages and disadvantages for this technique will be discussed, as well as the graft material selection and its use for alveolar ridge augmentation to be done prior to, and during active orthodontic treatment.
Guillermo Pradies (Spain)
Digital dentistry is here to stay. As clinicians we must know the advantages as well as the limitations of the digital dental procedures.
While intraoral scanners and digital designing and production methods are improving the daily clinical practice bringing accuracy and speed to the treatments, we should be aware of what’s predictable, what’s possible and what’s impossible nowadays. We need to ensure successful and predictable treatments to our patients.
Discuss ideal restoratively driven digital implant planning
Achieving perfect implant placement? Strategies for prosthetically driven digital implant planning
Zachary Evans (USA)
Since the clinical incorporation of CBCT and intraoral imaging into the dental implant practice, the ability for digital planning has evolved. A wide variety of strategies have been developed to plan the surgery (i.e. implant position), referencing the radiographic data along with models or interpretations of the future restorative design. Two questions have arisen: What digital implant planning strategies are the most useful; and what do we consider to be the best implant position? This presentation will review new research into how different digital workflows for implant planning affect the validity of the plan, and demonstrate an ideal workflow.