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World Summit Tour
June 23 - 24

Speakers to move you. Innovations to excite you. Opportunities to share your knowledge. These are the ingredients of our World Summit Tour, and that's only the beginning.

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THE WORLD SUMMIT TOUR

A dynamic, state-of-the-art congress. The latest innovations in implant dentistry. Scientific knowledge. Simply an unforgettable event for dental professionals. Here’s why you should join us in Nice.

World Summit Tour 2017 - The scientific congress on implant dentistry

In 2017, Dentsply Sirona Implants will tour the globe with the scientific congress on implant dentistry, the World Summit Tour.

Combining great clinical care with the best of science

Clark Stanford is a highly accomplished researcher and scientist within implant dentistry. In this video, he shares his view on the importance of scientific congresses and the World Summit Tour.

SCIENCE AS THE FOUNDATION FOR ALL NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Dr. Tara Aghaloo is a member of the Scientific Committee as well as a speaker in the scientific program. In this video, she shares her view on the importance of science and controlled implants for the benefit of the patients.

Tomas Albrektsson on science and controlled implants

There is an important message to be spread during the World Summit Tour. Listen to the pioneer as he shares his view on implant dentistry.

Tetsu Takahashi - Science is a process without end

Tetsu Takahashi, member of the International Scientific Committee for the World Summit Tour, shares his view on science and advanced technologies in implant treatment.

Tomas Albrektsson on the similarities between football and science

What is the similarity between football and scientific research? Tomas Albrektsson, a man of great passion for both football and science, explains.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE FOR PATIENTS

Dr. Tara Aghaloo trusts science and finds inspiration in her patients. Here she talks about making a difference.

CONGRESS PROGRAM

The World Summit Tour brings together current scientific news with the latest clinical and digital development within implant dentistry. Personalize your experience by combining general sessions, workshops, and your choice of various parallel sessions—everything you need for inspiration and confidence.

SURGICAL CONFIDENCE

Exploring surgical techniques for various clinical situations, with surgical planning and treatment as key to successful outcomes.

PREVENTION OF COMPLICATIONS

How we treat the most frequent complications and how we prevent them from happening.

INSPIRATION HUB

Let’s meet at the point where inspiration, knowledge and confidence come alive in our treatment solutions— the Inspiration Hub.

ESTHETICS AND PREDICTABILITY

Long-term esthetic results in implant dentistry depend on depend on treatment planning, harmony between biology and technology, and maintenance.

FUTURE PERSPECTIVES

New solutions that will improve treatment processes and results—for happier patients and inspired and confident dental professionals.

COMMITMENT TO HEALTH

Restoring impaired function and esthetics for oral health— eat, speak and smile with confidence.

RESTORATIVE PRECISION

Restorative-driven implant dentistry as a well-established treatment strategy—for predicable and optimal results.

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY

Start at the end— using the digital processes to plan the final result and deliver the treatment to reach it.

HANDS-ON WORKSHOPS

Inspiration, knowledge, confidence—explore treatment options, discover new techniques, increase your skills.

PEER-TO-PEER DISCUSSIONS

Lecture, hands-on or both, focusing on the area or topic that you are the most interested in.

Scientific program

The scientific program sessions on June 23 and 24 will be held in English and simultaneously translated into French, German, Russian and Turkish.

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June 22

PRE-CONGRESS PROGRAM

13.00 - 17.00

Register for your favorite pre-congress session when registering for the World Summit Tour. The pre-congress sessions will be held in English unless otherwise noted. 

UPDATE IN AUGMENTATION TECHNIQUES—WHAT ARE THE BASICS, WHERE ARE THE LIMITS?

Lecture/Hands-on

In many cases, bone augmentation is necessary before implants can be inserted. Additionally, the soft tissue management can be a decisive factor for the implant success. In all cases, the “gold standard” of using autologous bone is in competition with the use of Bone Graft Material products; or is the combined use of autologous bone and other BGMs the more preferable way? This workshop addresses all clinicians who have experience in augmentation and want to learn different bone harvesting and augmentation techniques for different clinical situations. Clear guidelines for the use of autologous bone blocks, BGMs and the classic GBR-techniques with resorbable collagen membranes in order to achieve predicable results will be provided by the oral surgeon Dr. Frank Zastrow. In the hands-on session, relevant soft tissue management and bone harvesting techniques will be demonstrated and practiced, as well as the use of the new Symbios products on synthetic models.

Learning objectives:
  1. Clear guidance for decision-making, when to use which methods and material.
  2. Safe handling when harvesting and working with autogenous bone blocks.
  3. Learning step-by-step procedures with GBR technique and sinus lift.
Cost: Euro 145

SOLUTIONS FOR THE EDENTULOUS JAW—THE CONVERGENCE OF PROSTHETICS AND SURGERY

Lecture

The treatment of the edentulous jaw is complex and requires different approaches to meet the wishes, function, esthetics, general health and budget of the patients. New developments in 3D planning, augmentation techniques and prosthetic components help to simplify the workflow. To be successful, a gnathologic analysis and simulation of the treatment goal in the beginning is essential. This course offers a new perspective on treatment concepts and provides new tools for daily work. Discussions will focus on which cases are suitable for fixed and for removable dentures. Which connective elements are most suitable and when immediate loading is useful will also be covered.

Learning objectives:
  1. News: Introduction of new developments as conus concept, SmartFix concept, additive manufacturing and guided surgery.
  2. Success: Reaching the treatment goals by simplified backward planning, communication, teamwork and using 3D-planning software.
  3. Decision: Which treatment is suitable for which patient?
Cost: Euro 95

ENHANCED OUTCOMES IN CLINICALLY DEMANDING SITUATIONS

Lecture/Hands-on

The main objective in modern implant therapy is to maintain and support the peri-implant osseous and soft tissue structures in combination with long-term osseointegration with an esthetic and natural looking peri-implant mucosa. With increasing demands of faster and less invasive protocols immediate loading and immediate implant placement are more in use. This session will present strategies for achieving enhanced soft tissue support on sloped ridges and extraction sockets using a sloped implant design. Long-term results from prospective studies will be presented in the lecturing part, followed by a hands-on session including surgical and restorative procedures. Training on soft tissue management with flapless installation in extraction sockets and immediate provisionalization in the esthetic zone will be included. In addition, the participants will gain insight in how a sloped implant can be applied in different clinical situations making efficient use of available bone.

Learning objectives:
  1. Identification and selection of suitable cases for a sloped ridge implant and how to perform cases with an ideal outcome
  2. Get familiar with the technique in challenging esthetic situations
  3. Learn about the soft tissue management technique e.g. roll flap & tunnel technique according to Allen
  4. Understand how a sloped implant design can be applied in different clinical situations making efficient use of available bone.
Cost: Euro 145

CUSTOMIZED RECONSTRUCTIONS IN ONE SINGLE VISIT—LABSIDE AND CHAIRSIDE

Lecture

The therapy of a single tooth gap with an implant-borne crown has now become a standard and is one of the most common indications for implant placement. Individually designed and CAD/CAM-manufactured abutments for dental implants offer a variety of clinical advantages and CAD/CAM manufacturing of full-ceramic crowns has become standard. Besides the fabrication of these parts in a dental lab, new trends show high quality standardized productions by industrial partners as well as a trend to fabricate these parts chairside by the dentist. In cases with sufficient primary stability, an immediate reconstruction with a temporary crown shows favorable results.

Two digital workflows will be presented step by step and clinical cases with different implant systems will support the understanding of the workflows.The workflows will be compared in a matrix to describe existing differences in various parameters, from total investment and  maintenance of equipment to required skills and esthetic outcome.  

Learning objectives:
  1. Follow a workflow of single tooth restorations on dental implants supported by a chair-side milling machine (CEREC).
  2. Follow a workflow with prefabricated patient specific prosthetic components (Immediate Smile) delivered ahead of full-guided surgery (Simplant).
  3. Recognize advantages and time-saving potential by integrating chair-side systems in comparison to an integrated workflow with outsourcing.
  4. Improve the decision process whether to invest in a chair-side milling system or to change the workflow with outsourcing.
Cost: Euro 95

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

Lecture

The following pre-congress session will be held in French only

Le développement de l’informatique médicale a eu une influence capitale sur l’implantologie au cours de la dernière décennie. De la planification implantaire assistée par ordinateur à la réalisation entièrement par CFAO de la restauration finale, la technologie numérique est un incontournable pour tout dentiste en recherche de l’excellence. Mais est-il encore possible d’offrir des soins à la fine pointe de la technologie sans être un véritable « passionné » d’informatique? Essayons de démystifier ce sujet lors de cette session précongrès francophone.

Cost: Euro 95

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

Lecture

The following pre-congress session will be held in Russian only

Широкое разнообразие систем, методов и подходов в современной имплантологии определяют высокую важность дискуссии по ряду вопросов, на которые приглашённые лектора постараются найти ответы в процессе выступления. Участники пре-конгресса смогут ознакомиться с актуальными решениями в области реабилитации имплантологических пациентов, а также перенять интересные советы и приемы для использования в своей ежедневной клинической практике.

Cost: Euro 95
June 23

Partnering for health and well-being in an aging society

08.30 – 10.00

In broad terms, health can be looked at as something that is more than just the absence of disease. Healthy living consists of a good diet and physical exercise, but a happy and healthy life is also influenced by the individual balance that we achieve, and by finding comfort and joy in our social environment.

A key aspect of health is realized when we can eat, speak and smile with confidence. As a dental professional who provides implant care, you can make a significant difference for your edentulous patients by restoring function and esthetics. Together, let us examine the possibilities in our partnership and commitment to improved health, well-being – and overall quality of life

Coffee break

10.00 - 10.30

DIGITAL BLUEPRINT—BEGINNING FROM THE END

10.30 - 12.00

Let’s begin at the end. With digital dentistry, we can! It allows us to define the final desired result and to plan the treatment needed to achieve it. Digital connectivity leads to expanded solutions and the ability to provide treatment to more patients – all while starting with the end result in mind.

LIFE RESTORED—SOLUTIONS FOR THE FULLY EDENTULOUS PATIENT

10.30 - 12.00

There is a variety of solutions designed to meet the individual needs of fully edentulous patients. These options take into account clinical situations, financial requirements and patients’ expectations. Despite the different considerations and final method of treatment selected, what remains the same is the goal of restored ability for patients to eat, speak and smile with confidence.

THE REALITY OF COMPLICATIONS

10.30 - 12.00

Complications are an inevitable clinical reality, both technically and biologically. What are the most frequent problems we see? How can complications be managed once they have happened? And what measures can be taken to prevent them from happening?

LUNCH & POSTER PRESENTATION

12.00 - 13.30

INSPIRATION TALKS−PRECISION SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

13.30 - 15.30

Precision is a word that creates expectations for both clinicians and patients. However, both predictable outcomes and happy patients can be a reality as a result of successful implementation of a precisely outlined diagnosis and treatment planning.

Digital and analog processes and the tools that support treatment must be therefore precisely engineered and continuously evaluated to ensure the maintained level of accuracy that clinicians and patients desire. Precision speaks for itself throughout the treatment process and when its long-term impact on treatment care is understood.

Coffee break

15.30 - 16.00

FOCUS ON ANKYLOS IMPLANT SYSTEM—SCIENCE AND PRACTICE FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS

16.00 - 17.30

Long-term hard and soft tissue stability and excellent esthetics are important outcomes for clinicians and their patients. With synergies of science and clinical practice, from diagnosis and planning to different surgical protocols and prosthetic options, clinicians and patients alike can experience successful outcomes, today and tomorrow.

FOCUS ON ASTRA TECH IMPLANT SYSTEM—LONG-TERM SUCCESS AND FUTURE REALITIES

16.00 - 17.30

Implant rehabilitation starts with the evaluation of the patient and the treatment plan, aimed at achieving excellent esthetics and predictable long-term results, even when treating compromised cases. Current options and future perspectives will be presented for an implant system that is clinically proven and well documented for its long-term marginal bone maintenance and outstanding esthetic results.

FOCUS ON XIVE IMPLANT SYSTEM—EASE OF USE FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS

16.00 - 17.30

Long-term experience and clinical evidence are key factors for a successful implant system. Surgical versatility with or without augmentation, in combination with prosthetic freedom, including patient specific solutions, are prerequisites for optimal implant rehabilitation. In addition, let’s look at soft tissue management, esthetic outcome, and what the future might bring.

Evening event

20.00

Join us on a private beach on the French Riviera, a place of tradition, elegance and hospitality—the Cannes Palm Beach. Walk in the footsteps of Charlie Chaplin, Marlene Dietrich, Maurice Chevalier and Django Reinhardt, and enjoy the food and entertainment.

 

June 24

TREATMENT SUCCESS WITH THE PATIENT IN FOCUS

8.30 10.00

What are the key factors that can make a difference in the treatment, resulting in happy and satisfied patients? Digital and analog processes and the tools that support treatment must be therefore precisely engineered and continuously evaluated to ensure the maintained level of accuracy that clinicians and patients desire. Precision speaks for itself throughout the treatment process and when its long-term impact on treatment care is understood.

INDIVIDUALIZED PROTOCOLS FOR PATIENT-CENTERED OUTCOMES

8.30 - 10.00

At the infancy of implant dentistry, there was a one-size-fit-all approach to treatment. With advancements in technology and clinical protocols, patients today, are able to receive solutions that are as unique as they are. But does such an individualized approach also mean an increase in complexity? Or can digital processes and new procedures help to simplify and streamline workflows so that optimal, patient-centered outcomes can be achieved without compromise to quality?

CREATING A SOUND BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATION

8.30 - 10.00

When the host body alone does not provide enough support, different biomaterials with different characteristics and “tasks,” play an important role in the preparation of an implant site. For both simple and complex implant cases, the building of, and ability to maintain a solid biological foundation can contribute to the long-term, cost-effectiveness and efficiency of the overall treatment outcome.

Coffee break

10.00 - 10.30

OUTLOOK ON A BRIGHT FUTURE

10.30 - 12.20

The statement, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” implies that the perception of beauty is subjective. The outlook on the future of implant dentistry is full of unexplored possibilities and new opportunities for patients and clinicians.

Today, dental implant treatment is already making a huge difference for millions of people in their physical and emotional well-being. New solutions and possibilities designed to further improve the treatment process and outcomes continue to be developed and introduced. With a deeper understanding of patient desires and the increasing ability to meet or even exceed those, patients are happier. As a dental professional, you can be proud of the stories of inspiration that you are helping to create and the improved quality of life that you contribute to each day.

Together, let’s make the future brighter.

Registration

Register for the World Summit Tour in Nice, June 23-24, and the pre-congress program, June 22.

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Registration fees*

Dentist € 675

Laboratory technician, faculty, military, surgical assistant/hygienist € 575

Student € 475

Pre-congress (hands-on) € 145

Pre-congress (lecture) € 95

Evening event € 195

* All fees exclude 20% French VAT

Registration information

Registration fee includes:

June 23: Scientific program, two coffee breaks, lunch
June 24: Scientific program, one coffee break, lunch
CE credits

Pre-congress and evening event

The Pre-congress and the evening event is not included in the congress registration fee. This can be added in the “Item selection” part of the registration.

Payment

Payment must accompany your registration. Registrations received without payment will not be processed or confirmed.

Confirmation

Receipt of your registration and credit card payment will be acknowledged by email.

Cancellation policy

All registration cancellations must be made in writing (by email) to nice2017@mci-group.com. Up to including May 11, 2017 will receive a reimbursement of 50% of the fees paid. If you have not paid prior to cancelling, 50% of the registration fee will still remain due. After May 12th no refund. If you have not made payment before that date, the total registration fee will still remain. All refunds will be issued after the congress.

Group registration

If you are part of a group registration, different cancellation and payment rules may apply.

POSTER COMPETITION

Step into the light—showcase your poster in the categories Clinical Application and Research.

Research award: € 1,500
Clinical Application award: € 1,500

Submission for the Poster Competition in Nice is now closed. Thank you to everyone that has submitted poster abstracts. The Scientific Committee is busy reviewing the abstracts and will present the winners at the World Summit Tour in Nice on June 24, 2017.

For more information contact postercompetition@dentsplysirona.com

COMMITTEES

The International Scientific Committee is a group of experts who helps to craft the scientific program for the World Summit Tour.

Dedicated to enhanced quality of life for patients and a world where everyone eats, speaks and smiles with confidence

Tomas Albrektsson
Tomas Albrektsson

Tomas Albrektsson is Professor emeritus of Gothenburg University and visiting professor of Malmö University, Sweden, as well as a member of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow University. He has devoted his career to developing osseointegrated implants. His current research focus is on clinical results and foreign body reactions resulting in marginal bone resorption around oral implants.


Christoph Hämmerle
Christoph Hämmerle

Christoph Hämmerle’s clinical and research focus is on the comprehensive treatment of complex, partially edentulous patients applying all available options of reconstructive dentistry including implants. He has published numerous scientific articles and has lectured widely internationally on implant dentistry.


Ye Lin
Ye Lin

Ye Lin is Vice President of Peking University School of Stomatology and Professor of Implant Center. He is Past-President of China Society of Oral Implantology. He has published several articles on implant dentistry and he lectures nationally and internationally on oral implantology. His research focuses on alveolar augmentation technology and implant esthetics.


Jan Lindhe
Jan Lindhe

Jan Lindhe is Professor emeritus of Gothenburg University, Sweden. He has published research on etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal disease, effect of treatment procedures, preventive dentistry and implant dentistry.


Clark Stanford
Clark Stanford

Clark Stanford is the Dean at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), College of Dentistry and UIC Distinguished Professor. His research areas deal with osteoblastic gene expression, signally pathways, medical device designs and human clinical trials.  His passion is to work with talented interdisciplinary investigators and clinicians to develop innovative approaches to improve patient care.


Meike Stiesch
Meike Stiesch

Meike Stiesch is Professor at Hannover Medical School, Director of the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomedical Materials Science and Vice President of the German Society of Prosthodontics and Dental Materials. Her current research focuses on the development of new biomaterial surfaces, analysis of interactions between implants, bacterial biofilms and human tissues, and tissue engineering procedures in the context of dental implantology. Her passion is interdisciplinary research on the development of personalized intelligent implants and the translation of these implant innovations into clinical use to improve patient care.


Tetsu Takahashi
Tetsu Takahashi

Tetsu Takahashi is the General Vice-Director of Tohoku University Hospital. He runs the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. His research areas deal with bone augmentation and reconstructions of jaw bones. His passion is to establish a novel concept of GBR, so-called "Dynamic GBR".

The Scientific Committee reviews abstracts and selects the poster competition winners at the Nice tour stop.


Anne Benhamou
Anne Benhamou


Denis Cecchinato
Denis Cecchinato

Denis Cecchinato, MD, DDS, is the Medical Director of a private clinic in Padova, Italy. He leads a team of talented clinicians who engage their competence and passion to improve patient care.
His research activity, especially focused on peri-implantitis and immediate post-extractive implant placement, deal with clinical trials and make his speeches and talks at clinical and scientific events revelatory.


Hugo De Bruyn
Hugo De Bruyn

Hugo De Bruyn is Full Professor and Chairman of Department and Research cluster Periodontology, Oral Implantology, Removable and Implant Prosthodontics at Ghent University in Belgium, as well as course director of the international periodontology and implantology postgraduate programs. He compassionately leads a research team of master students and specialists aiming to improve patients’ quality of life with evidence-based research on immediate implant placement and loading, bone remodeling around various implant surfaces and designs, risk factors, patient-centered outcome and biomaterials. 


Peter Gehrke
Peter Gehrke

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Stefan Hassfeld
Stefan Hassfeld

Stefan Hassfeld is head of the department for craniomaxillofacial surgery at University of Witten/Herdecke. Besides an extensive clinical engagement in complex rehabilitation cases his focus is on diagnostic imaging and planning and simulation of procedures. As president of the German PEERS group he is supporting communication in a network of experienced specialists in implantology.


Michael R. Norton
Michael R. Norton

Michael R. Norton, BDS, FDS, RCS(Ed), is an oral surgeon in specialist practice in London and is Adjunct Clinical Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Dental School. He is President Elect of the Academy of Osseointegration (AO) and Past President of the Association of Dental Implantology (ADI), UK. His specialist interests include implant design and immediate loading protocols.

The Global Poster Competition Committee selects two global winners, one in each category, from the four tour stops.


Jan Lindhe
Jan Lindhe

Jan Lindhe is Professor emeritus of Gothenburg University, Sweden. He has published research on etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal disease, effect of treatment procedures, preventive dentistry and implant dentistry.


Marc Quirynen, CHAIRMAN
Marc Quirynen, CHAIRMAN

Marc Quirynen is Professor at the Faculty of Medicine (Department Periodontology) of the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. His research area deals mainly with microbiology, implantology, and the use of L-PRF. He has published over 400 papers in international peer-reviewed journals. He is associate editor of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, and member of the editorial board of Clinical Oral Implants Research, Journal of Dental Research, Periodontal Practice Today, and Parodontologie.

Faculty

Listen to international and regional speakers and moderators discuss the latest ideas, innovations and clinical data in their area of expertise.

Johan Abeloos
Johan Abeloos

Johan Abeloos is head of the department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at St John’s Hospital in Bruges, Belgium. His fields of interest  are Orthognatic surgery, Head and Neck oncology and Preprosthetic surgery. Special interest goes to immediate loading procedures in atrophied jaws in combination with bone grafting techniques  as wel as in reconstruction of the masticatory function of Head and Neck patients.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Cranial bone grafts used for the reconstruction of severely resorbed upper jaws giving immediate function for implant-supported bridges

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Wael Att
Wael Att

Wael Att is the Director of the Postgraduate Program at the Department of Prosthodontics, Dental School, University of Freiburg. He is a board-certified prosthodontist from the German Society of Prosthodontics and Biomaterials (DGPro) and serves as Past President of the Prosthodontics Group of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) as well as President of the Arabian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (ARAED) and President Elect of the International Academy for Digital Dental Medicine (IADDM). Prof. Att graduated in 1997 and received the Dr Med Dent (2003) and PhD (2010) degrees as well as extraordinary professor (2013) from the University of Freiburg.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Digital workflow for the rehabilitation of the edentulous jaw

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Lieven Barbier
Lieven Barbier

Lieven Barbier is head of the prosthodontic department at the Training Center for dental students of the KULeuven at the Sint-Jan Hospital Bruges, Belgium. His fields of interest are full-arch immediate loading concepts and the rehabilitation of the hypodontic and oncological patient.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Cranial bone grafts used for the reconstruction of severely resorbed upper jaws giving immediate function for implant-supported bridges

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Anne Benhamou
Anne Benhamou

Anne Benhamou is teaching in Dental Implant Therapy and Bone and Soft Tissue Reconstruction at Paris VII University, Department of Oral Implantology.
She practises in her private clinics in the centre of Paris and London. She is the Fondator and President of the SNIF (Symposium National d’Implantologie au Féminin).
Her clinical research emphasises on aesthetic management in Dental Implant Therapy.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Regeneration in esthetical demanding cases—a biological and clinical approach

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June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

FOCUS ON XIVE IMPLANT SYSTEM—EASE OF USE FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS

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Goran Benic
Goran Benic

Goran Benic is Specialist of Reconstructive Dentistry. He is Senior Research and Teaching Assistant at the Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland. His clinical focus is on the treatment of complex and esthetic cases using all options of implant and reconstructive dentistry. His major scientific interests include procedures for bone augmentation, fixed tooth- and implant-supported reconstructions and clinical applications of digital technology in implant dentistry.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Esthetic predictability through digital technologies

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Fred Bergmann
Fred Bergmann

Fred Bergmann , dentist and oral surgeon, is the current president of the German Society of Oral Implantology (DGOI) He got his implantological education at the department for Oral- and Maxillofacial surgery at the university Erlangen - Nuremberg and Mainz in Germany. As leader of the clinic Dr. Bergmann and partner he works in own private practice with a team of 7 dentists limited to oral surgery and Implantology since 1994.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Multioptional prosthetic solutions for the restoration of the atrophied alveolar ridge

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Vitaly Besyakov
Vitaly Besyakov

Врач-стоматолог ортопед.Главный врач стоматологической поликлиникой РЖД, к.м.н., доцент кафедры ортопедической стоматологии НГМУ, главный стоматолог Западно-Сибирской ж.д. 

Vitaly Besyakov is Head doctor of the dental clinic RZD and Assoc. Professor at the  Department of Prosthetic Dentistry NSMU and chief dentist at West Siberian Railway. In his work as a prosthdontist he has focused on how to achieve passive fit of framwork allowing for installation in one visit with a predictable result. 

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Eriberto Bressan
Eriberto Bressan

Eriberto Bressan, Professor associate, Chair of Oral Implantology and Periodontology School of Dentistry, University of Padova. Course director, post-graduate program in Methodology and Research in dentistry. Member, Directive Council of IAO. His research interests are in Implantology and Periodontology and include basic research, pathogenetic, diagnostic as well as preventive and therapeutic aspects of peri-implant diseases. He has published several highly-cited articles in the major international, peer-reviewed scientific journals of the dental area.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Advantages of conical abutments to prevent clinical complications in edentulous patients

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Denis Cecchinato
Denis Cecchinato

Denis Cecchinato, MD, DDS, is the Medical Director of a private clinic in Padova, Italy. He leads a team of talented clinicians who engage their competence and passion to improve patient care.
His research activity, especially focused on peri-implantitis and immediate post-extractive implant placement, deal with clinical trials and make his speeches and talks at clinical and scientific events revelatory.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

INDIVIDUALIZED PROTOCOLS FOR PATIENT-CENTERED OUTCOMES

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Sergey Chikunov
Sergey Chikunov

С 2005 член Американской Ассоциации гнатологов. В 2006 открыл собственную клинику "Art Oral" в Москве. С 2009 по 2015 Председатель секции "Клиническая Гнатология" Стоматологической ассоциации России. С 2014 Член Совета Директоров ассоциации Цифровой Стоматологии. В 2014 защитил догторскую диссертацию. Автор множества статей и ряда монографий, выпущенных в России и зарубежом. Активный лектор по технологиям Siemens, Sirona и Dentsply Implants Sirona.

Sergey Chikunov has a private practice "Art Oral Moscow" since 1993. He has defended two doctoral theses and authored more than 70 articles pubished in Russia and abroad. He is a President of the Gnathology section of Russian Dental Association. He has a special interest in how to use digital technologies for planning and performing highly demanding cases in complex clinical areas.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Ernest Cholakis
Ernest Cholakis

Ernest Cholakis DMD, MBA, a restorative dentist since 1982, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba's School of Dentistry is a double recipient of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, receiving the Golden and Diamond Jubilee Medals. He is the founder of the largest interdisciplinary practice in Manitoba, caring for over 20,000 patients with four separate clinics in a single facility, utilizing a treatment philosophy of integrative care by advancing dentistry as a cooperative science.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Conus Abutment—a new implant supported prosthetic concept for treating edentulous patients

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Lyndon Cooper
Lyndon Cooper

Lyndon Cooper is the Associate Dean for Research, and Head of the department of Oral Biology at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
His research areas deal with osteoblast immune system interactions, and dental implant therapy.
His passion is to work in multidisciplinary teams and the mentorships of students and young faculty.

June 23, 08.30 – 10.00

Teeth for a lifetime

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Marcus Dagnelid
Marcus Dagnelid

Marcus Dagnelid is the chief of staff and CEO at the Dagnelid Clinic in Gothenburg, Sweden and a board certified prosthodontist. His areas of interest are prosthetically driven implant treatments powered by CAD/CAM protocols, aesthetic dentistry on different levels and how to successfully build your practice. The main passion is team-work in dentistry and to constantly strive for better patient care and new ways to gain positive clinical results.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Modern approaches to proven concepts—CAD/CAM powering surgery and prosthetics

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June 24, 8.30 10.00

Gain success in your practice management and business—customer oriented approaches

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Hugo De Bruyn
Hugo De Bruyn

Hugo De Bruyn is Full Professor and Chairman of Department and Research cluster Periodontology, Oral Implantology, Removable and Implant Prosthodontics at Ghent University in Belgium, as well as course director of the international periodontology and implantology postgraduate programs. He compassionately leads a research team of master students and specialists aiming to improve patients’ quality of life with evidence-based research on immediate implant placement and loading, bone remodeling around various implant surfaces and designs, risk factors, patient-centered outcome and biomaterials. 

June 23, 08.30 – 10.00

NICE benefits of implant treatment beyond survival

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June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

CREATING A SOUND BIOLOGICAL FOUNDATION

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José de San José González
José de San José González

José de San José González, MDT, Weinheim, Germany. Apprenticeship in Heidelberg from 1982 to 1986. Since 1986 I worked in different laboratories up to 1999.
1994 acquired the title as master craftsman in dentistry at the chamber of commerce in Karlsruhe. Since 1998 I am the executive vice-president in the committee of the apprentices final examination. I am also working as a lecturer continuously in order to the final examinations at the Master school in Karlsruhe. Since 2003 national and international lectures. Working with Atlantis since 2008. In 1999 I started my own dental laboratory.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

DIGITAL BLUEPRINT—BEGINNING FROM THE END

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Marco Degidi
Marco Degidi

Marco Degidi is a distinguished oral surgeon, keynote speaker, university professor, and researcher who has published over 130 peer-reviewed articles.  His work, research and papers have focused on the development of a number of innovative techniques for implant placement and immediate loading, as well as the role of chairside dental skills in maximizing the benefits of new technologies for implant-supported prostheses.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Xive implants—mission accomplished—successful results from 2001 to 2016

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Anne Delisle
Anne Delisle

Anne Delisle received her dental degree from Laval University, Canada, in 1998, and established her clinic in Quebec City (QC), Canada, where she focuses exclusively on oral implantology. Dr. Delisle is a Fellow of the International Congress of Implantology, an Associate Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and maintains an active membership in the Academy of Osseointegration and several other professional associations. She has been elected on the PEERS NA in 2014.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Georgy Deryabin
Georgy Deryabin

Специализация в области костной пластики, дентальной имплантации и ортогнатической хирургии. Соавтор книги “Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy of the Mandible in Detail ”, iBrand 2014. Частная практика, Москва.

Georgy Deryabin specializes in implantology, oral and maxillofacial surgery as well as orthognatic surgery. He is the co-author of the book “Bilateral Sagittal Split Osteotomy of the Mandible in Detail ”, and has a private practice in Moscow.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Pavel Dudnikov
Pavel Dudnikov

С 2006г.- главный специалист отделения ортопедической стоматологии учебного центра «Firadent». Автор статей по реабилитации пациентов с комбинированными дефектами зубных рядов при протезировании имплантатах.  

Pavel Dudnikov is a head of prosthodontic department in "Firadent" since 2006. He is a founder of the ALL IN ONE DAY concept for immediate loading in edentulous jaws.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Sergey Edranov
Sergey Edranov

доктор медицинских наук, профессор, хирург-стоматолог, челюстно-лицевой хирург, директор стоматологической клиники «Dr. Edranov» и руководитель одноимённого Учебного центра. В 2015 году – получил Патент №2547699 от 13.03.2015г. «Способ сшивания краёв операционной раны в полости рта по Едранову С.С.»

Sergey Edranov is Professor in Oral & Maxillo-facial surgery and the Director of the dental clinic «Dr. Egranov» and Head of the Training Centre. His main focus is soft tissue management for predictable and sustainable results.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Zaur Eristov
Zaur Eristov

Кандидат медицинских наук, лектор по системе Xive, с 2012 года частная практика «JetStom Clinic», хирург-имплантолог.

Zaur Eristov is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon with a main interest in implant treatment since 1991. In his private practice in Moscow, he has focused on immediate implantation in complex and challenging cases with successful outcomes.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Sébastien Felenc
Sébastien Felenc

Sébastien Felenc received his degree in Dental Surgery from the University of Montpellier in 1999, and a post-graduate in esthetic and restorative odontology from the University of Montpellier and a post-graduate in implantology from the University of Marseille. A former university hospital assistant, he established and owns his private practice near Montpellier, where he focuses on esthetic dentistry and oral implantology. He has been received as a European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry Affiliate in 2011.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Peter Gehrke
Peter Gehrke

Peter Gehrke takes an eager interest in his clinical work as implant prosthodontist to pursue a true multidisciplinary approach in benefit of the patient. His research activities focus on restorative implant dentistry, with special emphasis on esthetics and latest developments of CAD/CAM technology.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

CAD/CAM implant prosthodontics—the digital race for quality has no finish line

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June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

FOCUS ON ANKYLOS IMPLANT SYSTEM—SCIENCE AND PRACTICE FOR LONG-TERM SUCCESS

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Felix L. Guljé
Felix L. Guljé

Felix Guljé is owner of a private clinic of implant dentistry in Apeldoorn and is a research associate at the Groningen University (UMCG) of the Netherlands. His PhD focused on the performance of short 6 mm implants and his passion is to bring science into practice.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Longer preparation for a short implant

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Christoph Hämmerle
Christoph Hämmerle

Christoph Hämmerle’s clinical and research focus is on the comprehensive treatment of complex, partially edentulous patients applying all available options of reconstructive dentistry including implants. He has published numerous scientific articles and has lectured widely internationally on implant dentistry.

June 24, 10.30 - 12.20

Digital implant dentistry—present and future

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June 23, 08.30 – 10.00

Partnering for health and well-being in an aging society

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Thomas Hanser
Thomas Hanser

Thomas Hanser is a partner of the International Implant Dentistry, Periodontology and Oral Surgery Center at Private Clinic Schloss Schellenstein (Chairman Prof. Dr. F. Khoury), Olsberg, Germany. He is a specialist in Oral Surgery and Master of Science in Periodontology, Master of Science in Implantology and Dental Surgery and Master of Oral Medicine in Implantology, University of Muenster, Germany and a lecturer at several postgraduate academic university programs. His main activities of clinical research are based on long-term stability of esthetic hard and soft tissue enhancement techniques. He is a member of several scientific societies and has been lecturing worldwide on esthetic implant surgery and related hard and soft tissue grafting.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Avoiding complications in regenerative implantology—the symbios between biology and clinical innovations, science and evolutionary materials

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Stefan Hassfeld
Stefan Hassfeld

Stefan Hassfeld is head of the department for craniomaxillofacial surgery at University of Witten/Herdecke. Besides an extensive clinical engagement in complex rehabilitation cases his focus is on diagnostic imaging and planning and simulation of procedures. As president of the German PEERS group he is supporting communication in a network of experienced specialists in implantology.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

DIGITAL BLUEPRINT—BEGINNING FROM THE END

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Pablo Hess
Pablo Hess

Pablo Hess, an oral surgeon, is assistent professor at the department of oral surgery and implantology of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University of Frankfurt and also partner at the center of oral competence Dres. Kempf & Dr. Hess. His research and passion deals with different loading times, such as early and immediate loading, as well as esthetic results in implant dentistry. 

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Immediate loading in the edentulous jaw

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Norbert Jakse
Norbert Jakse

Norbert Jakse is as Professor in Oral Surgery head of the Division of Oral Surgery and Orthodontics, Department of Dental Medicine and Oral Health, Medical University Graz, Austria. He is an oral-maxillofacial surgeon and distinguished specialist in tissue preservation and regeneration in implant surgery. His passion is excellent patient care and promotion of talented young researchers and clinicians.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Preventing failures and complications in augmentative surgery

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Pierre Keller
Pierre Keller

Pierre Keller is an oral surgeon. He works in private practice and is also a clinical instructor in the department of oral surgery at the University of Strasbourg, France. He completed his advanced program in oral surgery under the mentorship of Prof. Fouad Khoury and obtained a Master of Oral Medicine In Implantology from the University of Münster, Germany. He is the current President of the “Société odontologique francaise d’implantologie.” His clinical and research activities focus on bone augmentation procedures and soft tissue management.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Clinical experiences with bone regeneration techniques for successful esthetic and functional outcomes

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Fouad Khoury
Fouad Khoury

Fouad Khoury is Professor at the department of Oral and Craniofacial Surgery of the University of Muenster and Chairman of the Privatklinik Schloss Schellenstein. He is also Chairman of the examination comity for Oral Surgery and board member of the German society of Oral surgery. His research areas deal with Biology of Grafting´s Procedures as well as safe procedures for intra oral Bone harvesting. His passion is to develop innovative and biological approaches to improve treatment´s results. 

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Factors influencing long-term success of oral rehabilitation in cases of severe bone loss

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Firas Kiki
Firas Kiki

Директор и главный хирург отделения имплантологии стоматологической клиники Эстет дент Президент центра обучения и сертификации Фирадент. Лектор международного уровня, а так же ментор и основоположник развития системы Astra Tech в России с 1997 года.

Firas Kiki is maxillo-facial surgeon with  a private practice since 1996. He has been engaged in lecturing and clinical outcome evaluations for Astra Tech since many years. He is an Active Member of EAO and AO and founder of Firadent&Co since 2004 and the ALL IN ONE DAY concept for immediate loading.  Recieved the EAO certificate of oral implantology in Stockholm in 2015. 

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Gerd Körner
Gerd Körner

Gerd Körner runs a private office restricted to periodontics, implants and esthetics. As a co-author of two textbooks and as an active member of the EAED (European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry) he is focused on comprehensive dentistry understanding the natural tooth and the implant as congenial partners for esthetic solutions even with periodontally compromised situations.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

How to succeed in perio−compromised situations with Xive implants

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Mischa Krebs
Mischa Krebs

Mischa Krebs is assistant professor in the department of oral surgery and implant dentistry of the Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany and private practitioner.
His research focuses on clinical trials and new digital technologies. His passion is to improve clinical results and patient comfort with new digital workflows.

June 23, 13.30 - 15.30

Absolute precision—a prerequisite for single-visit reconstructions and outstanding clinical success

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June 22,

CUSTOMIZED RECONSTRUCTIONS IN ONE SINGLE VISIT—LABSIDE AND CHAIRSIDE

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Josselin Lethuiller
Josselin Lethuiller

Josselin Lethuillier received his degree in Dental Surgery from the University of Montpellier in 2005, and a post-graduate in periodontology and implantology from the University of Montpellier. A former university hospital assistant, he established and owns his private practice near Montpellier, where he focuses on esthetic dentistry and oral implantology. He has been received as a European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry Affiliate in 2011.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Jan Lindhe
Jan Lindhe

Jan Lindhe is Professor emeritus of Gothenburg University, Sweden. He has published research on etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal disease, effect of treatment procedures, preventive dentistry and implant dentistry.

June 23, 08.30 – 10.00

Bone loss around teeth in patients restored with implants

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Natasha Lioubavina-Hack
Natasha Lioubavina-Hack

Natasha Lioubavina-Hack graduated from the Moscow Medical Stomatological Institute, MMSI, in Russia. She completed her training in periodontology and implantology at the university of Aarhus, Denmark. Her main research work and Ph.D. thesis was devoted to GBR with different types of membranes, bone substitutes and growth factors. Since 2005 she works as periodontist and implantologist in her own private clinic in De Meern, Utrecht. Her passion is esthetic mucogingival periodontal plastic surgery around natural elements and implants.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Long-term success of muco-gingival microsurgery around teeth and implants

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Frank Michael Maier
Frank Michael Maier

Frank Maier graduated from University of Tuebingen, Germany. For several years, he worked in a private prosthetic dental practice and in a clinic for maxillofacial surgery. Since 2001, he has his own private practice specializing in implant surgery and prosthodontic rehabilitations. He is a board member of the Gnathologic Circle Stuttgart and lectures on various aspects of implant surgery and restorative dentistry. His research areas deal with all-ceramic restorations, implant-abutment-connections, double crowns on implants and bone regeneration. In 2014, he was awarded for a publication as the best practical work by the Journal of Dental Implantology.

June 22,

SOLUTIONS FOR THE EDENTULOUS JAW—THE CONVERGENCE OF PROSTHETICS AND SURGERY

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Christian Mertens
Christian Mertens

Christian Mertens heads the scientific group Dental Implantology and Bone Augmentation Procedures at the Department of Oral- and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University of Heidelberg. He is senior lecturer and expert for oral surgery. His research and clinical areas are implant surgery, digital dentistry and bone/soft-tissue grafting procedures.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

DIGITAL BLUEPRINT—BEGINNING FROM THE END

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Julien Muffat-Jeandet
Julien Muffat-Jeandet

Julien Muffat-Jeandet received his degree in Dental Surgery from the University of Nice – Sophia-Antipolis and a post-graduate in Oral Implantology from the University of Aix-Marseille, France.He owns a private practice with a special focus on oral implantology and periodontology in Pau, France, and lectures regularly on implant dentistry.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Robert Nölken
Robert Nölken

Robert Noelken, is an oral surgeon in private practice in Lindau/Lake Constance and Master of Science in periodontology and implant dentistry. Additionally Dr. Noelken serves as senior physician and researcher at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of the University Medicine of Mainz in Germany.
His research area deals with innovative implant designs and immediate insertion protocols in the esthetic zone as well as in posterior regions. His passion is to work minimal-invasive under the view of an operation microscope and to improve the esthetic outcome while reducing treatment time and trauma for the patient.

June 23, 13.30 - 15.30

Enhanced tissue support in extraction sockets and sloped ridges—grafting or guidance?

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June 22,

ENHANCED OUTCOMES IN CLINICALLY DEMANDING SITUATIONS

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Michael R. Norton
Michael R. Norton

Michael R. Norton, BDS, FDS, RCS(Ed), is an oral surgeon in specialist practice in London and is Adjunct Clinical Professor at the University of Pennsylvania Dental School. He is President Elect of the Academy of Osseointegration (AO) and Past President of the Association of Dental Implantology (ADI), UK. His specialist interests include implant design and immediate loading protocols.

June 24, 10.30 - 12.20

Evolution of an implant system—a better understanding of primary stability

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June 23, 13.30 - 15.30

INSPIRATION TALKS−PRECISION SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

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Andrea Parpaiola
Andrea Parpaiola

Andrea Parpaiola received his degree in Medicine and Surgery in 1988 from the University of Padova, Italy, and postgraduated in Odontology in 1992. He is teaching at the Master program of Implantology, and is visiting professor at the Department of Periodontology, University of Padova. Dr Parpaiola is active member of several professional societies, and has published several articles in international journals.

June 24, 8.30 10.00

Clinical performance of CAD/CAM abutments

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Jan K. Pietruski
Jan K. Pietruski

Jan K. Pietruski, DDS, MD, PhD. Founder and president of Polish Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry. He is publishing and teaching focusing on the areas of implant prosthodontics, occlusal disorders and teamwork. 

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Individualized and streamlined processes for esthetic success

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Oliver C. Pin-Harry
Oliver C. Pin-Harry

Oliver C. Pin-Harry is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics as well as
Fellow & Examiner of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. He is the founder and
owner of Burlington Prosthodontics, a referral based clinic where he dedicates
himself to Dental Implants and Prosthodontics. He is a regularly invited speaker to
national and international meetings on implant and esthetic dentistry.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Alessandro Ponte
Alessandro Ponte

Alessandro Ponte is the Head of the department of Oral Surgery at the Private Clinic Sant’Anna in Lugano, Switzerland. His research areas deal with reconstructive implantology, bone grafting and the integration of surgical and prosthetic digital workflows.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Long-term clinical outcome of complex implant treatment—current and prospective prostho-surgical philosophy

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Marc Quirynen
Marc Quirynen

Marc Quirynen is Professor at the Faculty of Medicine (Department Periodontology) of the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. His research area deals mainly with microbiology, implantology, and the use of L-PRF. He has published over 400 papers in international peer-reviewed journals. He is associate editor of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology, and member of the editorial board of Clinical Oral Implants Research, Journal of Dental Research, Periodontal Practice Today, and Parodontologie.

June 23, 13.30 - 15.30

How to improve the accuracy of guided implant surgery?

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June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

FOCUS ON ASTRA TECH IMPLANT SYSTEM—LONG-TERM SUCCESS AND FUTURE REALITIES

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Lars Rasmusson
Lars Rasmusson

Lars Rasmusson graduated from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1990. In 1998, he defended his PhD thesis “On implant integration in membrane induced and grafted bone” at the Faculty of Medicine at the same university. He simultaneously completed the 5-year training program (SpR) in oral and maxillofacial surgery. In 2001, he became associate professor in biomaterial sciences and in 2002, senior lecturer in maxillofacial surgery. In 2007, he was appointed professor of maxillofacial surgery and since 2008, he is head of the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery, University of Gothenburg. 

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Adipose stem cells tissue-engineered bone for construction of large mandibular defects

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Fernando Rojas Viscaya
Fernando Rojas Viscaya

Fernando Rojas-Vizcaya is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Director of the Mediterranean Prosthodontic Institute in Castellon, Spain. His working areas deal with restorative and surgical protocols in complex cases, monolithic zirconia restorations and digital solutions. His passion is to develop fully virtual treatment protocols.

June 24, 8.30 10.00

The Virtual Implant Patient (VIP) protocol

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Ann-Marie Roos Jansåker
Ann-Marie Roos Jansåker

Ann-Marie Roos Jansåker, Odont.Dr., DDS, Specialist in periodontology, works as a senior consultant in southern Sweden. Her research focuses on infections around dental implants and she is also involved in clinical studies regarding periodontitis and impacted canines. The high figures in the prevalence of peri-implantitis make her worried for the future. Are we prepared to take care of this problem, especially in elderly patients? Patient education, maintenance, early diagnosis and non-surgical and surgical therapy are main topics in her lectures.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

How to prevent biological complications

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Thierry Rouach
Thierry Rouach

Thierry Rouach graduated in Dentistry from the University of Paris, France. He runs a private practice limited to implant therapy in Paris. His passion is to share and exchange with clinicians and researchers about CAD/CAM dentistry to secure, improve and simplify patient care. 

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Treatment of fully edentulous patients with conus abutment—Why choose between stability and easy maintenance?

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Mariano Sanz
Mariano Sanz

Mariano Sanz is professor of Periodontology at the University Complutense of Madrid, as well as Professor of the University of Oslo. His research areas are clinical trials in Periodontal and regenerative therapies, as well as surgical dental implant protocols. He has published numerous scientific articles as well as lectured internationally.

June 23, 13.30 - 15.30

The maintenance of healthy peri-implant tissues key element in the prevention and treatment of peri-implant diseases

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June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

THE REALITY OF COMPLICATIONS

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Nigel A. Saynor
Nigel A. Saynor

Nigel A. Saynor, BDS MSc, General Preactitioner, is a general dentist in a specialist referral practice, as well as a Clinical Tutor at the University of Manchester, UK.
His main focus for his patients is predictable long-term esthetic outcomes.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Contemporary implant concepts—predictable outcomes

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Laurent Sers
Laurent Sers

Laurent Sers received is degree in Dental Surgery and a post-graduate in Oral Implantology from the University of Nice – Sophia-Antipolis, France. A DGOI expert in Oral Implantology, he maintains an active membership in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, among others.  He established his clinic in Cannes, France, and lectures extensively on guided surgery and cosmetic dentistry.

June 22,

L'IMPLANTOLOGIE NUMÉRIQUE POUR CEUX QUI N'AIMENT PAS L'INFORMATIQUE

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Ashok Sethi
Ashok Sethi

Ashok Sethi is a registered specialist in Oral Surgery as well as Prosthodontics and is in private practice. He conceived and has run the Diploma in Implant Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He is currently Director of PID – Academy focusing on teaching Practical Implant Dentistry.
The second edition of his book "Practical Implant Dentistry – the Science and Art" (co-author Thomas Kaus) has been published by Quintessence.

June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

Esthetic restorations using prefabricated abutments

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Dmitry Shatarov
Dmitry Shatarov

Врач-стоматолог хирург в НМShatarov Dmitry.ХЦ им. Пирогова. Официальный лектор по системе Ankylos.

Dmitry Shatarov is a surgeon in the National Medical Surgical Center of M.I. Pigorov in Moscow. He has an interest in handling implant placement in challenging situations such as low bone volume.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Helmut Steveling
Helmut Steveling

Helmut Steveling is working with the Astra Tech Implant System since 1992. He is trained in oral surgery as well as in prosthodontics. From 1982 to 2009 he was working at the university hospitals in Würzburg and Heidelberg. Since 2010 he has a private practice near Baden-Baden, Germany.

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

An implant system through the ages−25 years of clinical success

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Meike Stiesch
Meike Stiesch

Meike Stiesch is Professor at Hannover Medical School, Director of the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomedical Materials Science and Vice President of the German Society of Prosthodontics and Dental Materials. Her current research focuses on the development of new biomaterial surfaces, analysis of interactions between implants, bacterial biofilms and human tissues, and tissue engineering procedures in the context of dental implantology. Her passion is interdisciplinary research on the development of personalized intelligent implants and the translation of these implant innovations into clinical use to improve patient care.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Individualized CAD/CAM abutments–from pre-clinical findings to clinical success

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June 23, 08.30 – 10.00

Partnering for health and well-being in an aging society

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Daniel Thoma
Daniel Thoma

Daniel Thoma is a Head of Academic Unit. His main scientific interest is related to hard and soft tissue regeneration, whereas clinically, he focuses on the comprehensive treatment of complex, partially edentulous patients applying all available options of reconstructive dentistry including dental implants.

June 24, 10.30 - 12.20

The right choice of hard- and software to optimize esthetics

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Ilgam Urazbakhtin
Ilgam Urazbakhtin

Челюстно-лицевой хирург, заведующий хирургическим отделением клиники "АГ Фабер Дентаплант".

Ilgam Urazbakhtin is an oral & maxillofacial surgeon, heading the Department of Surgery at AG Faber Dentaplant in Ufa, Russia. He has focused on improving estehtic rehabilitation in vertical ridge augmentation as well as horizontal ridge splitting. 

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Hakan Uysal
Hakan Uysal
Nele Van Assche
Nele Van Assche

Nele Van Assche is a periodontologist and defended her PhD in 2011, focusing on procedures that could facilitate implant therapy (promoter Prof. M. Quirynen, Belgium).  She participated at several consensus conferences as reviewer or presenter. Besides her private practice in Geel, Belgium, where she loves to treats patients who are referred for implant or periodontal treatment, she is active in several scientific committees.

June 24, 8.30 10.00

Not only patience results in happy patients

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June 23, 10.30 - 12.00

LIFE RESTORED—SOLUTIONS FOR THE FULLY EDENTULOUS PATIENT

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Stanislav Vasiliev
Stanislav Vasiliev

Кандидат медицинских наук, лектор по системе Xive, частная парктика c 2006.

Stanislav Vasiliev focuses his private practice on surgery and implant treatment since 2006. He has a special interest in how to manage the formation of the gingival contour around implants in different clinical situations.

June 22,

КОМПЛЕКСНЫЕ РЕШЕНИЯ: СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ПОДХОДЫ, НОВЫЕ ВОЗМОЖНОСТИ И ПРОСТЫЕ АЛЬТЕРНАТИВЫ 12.30-18.30

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Stijn Vervaeke
Stijn Vervaeke

Stijn Vervaeke is Assistant Professor and Adjunct Head of Clinic at the department of Periodontology and Oral Implantology at Ghent University, Belgium, where he is responsable for the advanced implantology program for secialists in training.  His research focus is on long-term soft tissue and crestal bone stability and innovative treatment protocols.

June 24, 8.30 - 10.00

Post-extraction volumetric changes of the alveolar ridge—natural healing versus preservation techniques

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Paul Weigl
Paul Weigl

Paul Weigl graduated from the University of Munich Dental School in 1989. Since 1992 he has worked as an assistant professor and director of preclinical studies for the Department of Prosthodontics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, with a special focus in the field of prosthetics on implants. He is also a senior specialist at the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Frankfurt. In addition, he runs R&D projects to develop an effective and minimally invasive therapy concept for predictable esthetic results. Since four years he is head of the Department of Postgraduate Education.

June 24, 10.30 - 12.20

Implant therapy and the virtual patient— safer and faster final outcome in reality

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June 24, 8.30 10.00

TREATMENT SUCCESS WITH THE PATIENT IN FOCUS

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June 22,

CUSTOMIZED RECONSTRUCTIONS IN ONE SINGLE VISIT—LABSIDE AND CHAIRSIDE

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Orcan Yüksel
Orcan Yüksel

Orcan Yüksel is the owner of a dental clinic and education center, specialized in dental esthetics and oral implantology. He is a certified by the European Association of Dental Implantology (BDIZ/EDI) and Diplomate of ICOI, ias well as guest lecturer in the certified Curriculum Program of Oral Implantology and accredited supervisor in Master of Oral Implantology at Frankfurt University, Germany. Together with B. Giesenhagen, he developed the bonering technique. 

June 23, 16.00 - 17.30

Professional teams and hardware—complex case success is not a coincidence

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Frank Zastrow
Frank Zastrow

Frank Zastrow is an experienced oral surgeon and former senior physician in the clinic of  Prof. Fouad Khoury in Schloss Schellenstein. He has his own private clinic in Wiesloch, Germany, and his main focus is on reconstruction in complex cases, an area in which also lectures internationally.

June 22,

UPDATE IN AUGMENTATION TECHNIQUES—WHAT ARE THE BASICS, WHERE ARE THE LIMITS?

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