Your regenerative strategy for treating bony defects
Chair: Mariano Sanz (Spain)
Speakers: Daniele Cardaropoli (Italy), Edith Groenendijk (Netherlands), Hélène Arnal (France), Isabella Rochietta (UK)
Does the timing of implant placement or the complexity of the bony defect have any link to the reliability or endurance of the restoration, or to the perfect esthetics and function desired by the patient? And what role do regenerative procedures play in this?
At the Geistlich Industry Forum these questions and many more will find an answer. The focus will be on proven and predictable materials and techniques for new bone formation, predictability of success, and patient safety and satisfaction.
Five renowned clinicians will debate in two consecutive sessions the interrelated parameters they consider when selecting treatment protocols, methods and preferred regenerative procedures for either single or full arch rehabilitations. At the end of the session, you will be empowered to choose between the proposed approaches to find the most suitable treatment options for you and your patients.
Session 1: Immediate or delayed implant placement? Geistlich biomaterials allow for either
Daniele Cardaropoli, Italy
Edith Groenendijk, Netherlands
Session 2 : Your strategy for treating complex bony defects
Isabella Rocchietta, UK
Hélène Arnal, France
Biologically driven innovations for immediate and long-term treatment success
Chair: Christoph Hämmerle (Switzerland)
Speakers: Enrico Agliardi (Italy), Juan Mesquida (Spain) & Renaud Noharet (France)
Based on scientific and clinical expertise, Nobel Biocare introduced some of the most groundbreaking innovations in implantology over the years, from single tooth to full arch treatment solutions.
In this forum, global experts present the biological rationale behind the latest evidence-based developments, and how these enable immediate and long-term treatment success. These include abutment and implant surfaces for osseointegration and the Mucointegration™ concept, and the biological benefits of site preparation with OsseoShaper™, part of the new Nobel Biocare N1™ concept.
In addition, presenters share their practical application of these solutions, including digital workflows, navigated surgery, patient-specific treatments and incorporation into the All-on-4® treatment concept.
Digital immediacy in your daily practice
Chair: Eirik Salvesen (Norway)
Speakers: Maja Chmielewska (Poland), Abid Faqir (UK) & Panagiotis Papaspyridakos (USA)
Nowadays, patients expect not only reliable, predictable, and personalized treatment options, but they also demand solutions to shorten the overall treatment time. Therefore, immediate protocols and digital workflow 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 discuss successful immediate treatment concepts for different reconstruction modalities, from single-tooth restoration to full arch rehabilitation. Particular attention will be paid to the appropriate treatment planning and selection of the most suitable components based on patients’ unique clinical situations.
The Digital Road Map - from planning to the final restoration
Speaker: Dimitar Filtchev (Bulgaria)
The lecture will go through a different treatment planning protocol - a way of digital planning. A fully guided digital protocol for implant placement will be presented with a biological concept for creating and keeping a stable emergence profile.
The thin soft-tissues lead to increased marginal bone loss compared to thick soft-tissues, at implants. A prosthetic way of increasing the biotype will be introduced aimed at increasing the soft tissue level around teeth and implants.
This lecture also will demonstrate the ways for preserving the level of the hard- and soft-tissues without dimensional changes through adding a sub-marginal connective tissue graft and will describe the socket shield technique.
Is the digital impression already as accurate as the analog one? What types of scanbodies can be used?
Do we have today the opportunity to restore an implant case fully digital? What combination of the different types of abutments and crowns could be used for the final prosthetic rehabilitation?
Inspiration TALKS: The future starts now – utilizing technology and seamless workflows
Speaker: Mark Ludlow (USA)
How can you treat even complex cases with utmost predictability and efficiency? Seamless digital workflows from scan to crown, powered by latest technology, will fulfill and exceed patient expectations and transform the way you look at implant procedures.
Join digital Inspiration TALKS with Dr. Mark Ludlow to kick-off your future in implant dentistry. The future is digital, and the future is now – reducing treatment complexity and providing enviable personalized esthetics and long-lasting function for your implant patients.
A fresh and scientific approach on immediacy: differences in restorative approaches
Speakers: Ramón Gómez-Meda (Spain) & Marcus Beschnidt (Germany)
Understanding immediacy demands, achieving superior results, avoiding complications and managing revisions when it comes to full arch restorations involves a well noted and scientific approach. This forum brings together two world renown leaders in implant dentistry who will share their successful and individual views on immediate loading procedures with different ideas on final restorations to achieve superior aesthetic results.
Inspiration TALKS: The future starts now – clinical innovation and seamless workflows
Speakers: Michael Norton (United Kingdom), Marco Toia (Italy) & Mischa Krebs (Germany)
How can you provide superior treatment results to your patients in the most efficient way possible? With innovative yet scientifically proven solutions and seamless digital workflow integration, you have implant performance and enviable personalized esthetics for each and every patient right at your fingertips every day.
Join Inspiration TALKS and follow renowned clinicians on their exciting journeys to deliver restorative excellence and lasting patient satisfaction by combining outstanding clinical skills with the latest digital technology.
Immediate v/s delayed approach: a scientific and clinical rationale
Speakers: Georges Khoury (France) & Christian Makary (Lebanon)
Over the past three decades, oral implantology has proven to be a reliable and predictable technique for the rehabilitation of edentulous spaces. Attainment of this goal, however, is predicated on the ability of the implant to achieve osseointegration with its bony environment.
During this presentation, scientific and clinical rationale will be presented in order to give the clinician an evidence-based approach for immediate or delayed implant placement and loading protocol.
Immediate treatment options for edentulous patients with the severely atrophied maxilla
Speaker: Sepehr Zarrine (France)
When conventional implants-based, fixed rehabilitation cannot be achieved in fully edentulous patients due to the severely atrophic maxilla, zygomatic implants represent a viable and predictable treatment option. This clinical approach provides an immediate, fixed, and graftless solution for those patients and is supported by a vast body of scientific evidence with excellent long-term results.
This lecture will discuss a fully graftless immediate fixed treatment approach using the Straumann Zygomatic Implant System, with particular attention paid to the patient's unique anatomical situation.
Short guided Implants, a step forward
Speaker: Orlando Alvarez (Chile)
Implant dentistry is a proven secure way of solving the edentulous dilemma; this therapy has changed the way we face it. Digital dentistry has evolved by the aid of cone-beam computed tomography, computer aided design software, computer aided manufacturing and intra oral scanners, which have had a deep impact in implant dentistry. In addition, the game changer of additive manufacturing technology and 3D printing itself, produces a strong blend by working together on what we know of as static-Computer Assisted Implant surgery (s-CAIS). This short presentation will highlight the new protocols from implant design and surgical boxes for a stronger, secure, and more precise implant therapy.
Soft tissue management for hyaluronic acid-supported bone augmentation
Moderator: Stavros Pelekanos (Greece)
Speaker: Marius Steigmann (Germany)
Despite technological advancements for bone augmentation and prosthetic treatments, soft tissue manipulation remains largely dependent on strong surgical skills. Moreover, clinical manageability of particulate bone substitutes is an emerging key aspect, which can be improved by organic additives such as hyaluronic acid. The lecture will address the analog execution of incision flap, design and suture in the aesthetic- and non-aesthetic zone and will highlight how the biomaterial innovation cerabone® plus can simplify clinical procedures in the context both of GBR and soft tissue management.
Revolutionizing technology for full-arch rehabilitation
Speaker: Henriette Lerner (Germany)
Learn about a new revolutionizing technology for full-arch rehabilitation. You will experience how to achieve a high accuracy scan in full-arch Implant cases, for a provisional and final full arch restoration with exceptional quality and fit in the shortest time. The presentation gives you insights about data collection, analysis, laboratory interaction and design. Significantly reduce chair-time by using a unique, innovative protocol for the restoration. Digital workflows will be shown that can immediately be used in your practice, to complete a digital full-arch treatment solution with simplicity, accuracy and efficiency.
S1: a new sticky bone substitute
Speaker: Marco Esposito (Italy)
In this seminar, we shall discuss about the need of bone substitutes and the characteristics of the ideal bone substitute. We shall therefore introduce S1 dental, a new bovine sticky bone, present the research behind it, its possible clinical indications and how to use it. A series of clinical cases to show the preliminary clinical outcome will be presented.
A New Era of Predictable Bone Grafting
Speaker: Hector Sarmiento (USA)
Dr. Sarmiento shares insights from a decade of experience with peri-implantitis, including results from his published research on its relationship to the timing of bone graft placement and the implications for type of graft used. Through a series of challenging representative socket preservation and sinus lift cases, Dr. Sarmiento illustrates why allograft bone is among the most-preferred graft options in his practice, and how he came to regard LifeNet Health’s OraGRAFT® Prime (100% moldable demineralized bone fibers) without a carrier as ushering in a new era of predictable bone grafting.