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Aim of the presentation will be a critical review of the latest improvements of dental bonding systems. Chemical background and physical characteristics of the adhesives will be assayed to understand the clinical capabilities and the possible role of the clinician to obtain the highest bonding performances and extend the durability of esthetic bonded restorations.

Clinical step-by-step procedures along with “tips and tricks” to achieve the highest clinical success in terms of aesthetic requirements, biomechanical properties of adhesive restorations, bond strength and stability of the adhesive interface over time will be presented.


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It is no longer acceptable to see patients that have been scheduled by an Oral Surgeon or a Maxillo-facial Surgeon, maybe under general anesthesia, for an apicectomy to remove a cystic wall which does not need any removal. Too many times these surgeons take care of the removal of the inflamed tissue, put a bone graft in the bony lesion and the don’t even put any retrofilling material at the apex of the infected root canal!

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Dr. Nazareno Bassetti - CTD, DDS,  MSc

The plan for the treatment of complex dysfunctional and non-dysfunctional cases requires an interdisciplinary approach that involves the most common branches of dentistry and an orthodontic, prosthetic approach respecting a functional-occlusal concept according to the philosophy of Professor Slavicek and Professor Sato. 

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Clinical choice and decision making for minimally invasive implant rehabilitation of posterior maxilla.

The purpose of this webinar is to describe various techniques available for the rehabilitation of atrophic maxilla with dental implants, suggesting a decision tree to choose the most predictable and less invasive treatment option in individual cases. Among the techniques proposed to overcome anatomical limitations, mention will be made on the following: short implants, sinus floor elevation with lateral approach and sinus floor elevation with transcrestal approach.

To learn a new decision tree for a minimally invasive approach based on current evidence with the aim to help the clinician safely and predictably manage implant-supported treatment of the atrophic posterior maxilla.

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Dr. Angelo Cardarelli

45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A

The avulsion of the included or semi-included dental elements is one of the most frequently used clinical procedures performed by the oral surgeon. This practice can be relatively simple or extremely arduous about many variables related to the element that has to be extracted such as the localization, anatomy of the dental crown and roots, depth, and type of inclusion. If some dental avulsion can be considered routine dental surgery, the extraction of Dental elements included requires considerable technical preparation, accurate knowledge of all noble anatomical structures, and mature surgical experience.

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Prof. Antonio Barone, DDS, Ph.D., MSc

Professor of  Implantology, School of Dental medicine, Department of Surgical, Medical, Molecular, and of the Critical Area Pathology, University of Pisa, Italy.

45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A

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Pr. Marco Esposito

45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A

In this introductory webinar, both the principles of evidence-based practice and the evidence about sinus lift procedures will be presented. Be prepared to some surprises, since some of the predominant current widespread clinical beliefs may not be supported by the available scientific evidence. It is hoped that this seminar will stimulate questions and will clarify the fundamental role of an evidence-based approach for helping clinicians in making sound clinical decisions.

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Prof. Tiziano Testori

45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A

Webinar program:

1. Anatomy and TC/CBCT evaluation: What the clinician sees in reality vs what he can see in a TC/CBCT evaluation

2. Pre-surgical diagnosis:

. Criteria for patient evaluation

. Criteria for site-specific evaluation

. Sinus physiology

. Contraindications from the otorhinolaryngological point of view

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Author: Prof. Diego Lops

45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A

What is the secret to reach both predictable function and esthetics in anterior areas? It is like cooking gourmet food...

To know exactly the ingredients and be able to mix everything with the right balance. Just like in implant dentistry. We might be good to know the right treatment plan, the patient expectations, the surgical skills (implants, GbR, periodontal plastic surgery), the prosthetic solutions, and the potential of the new materials.

..... And put all together for a wonderful natural smile line.

Trophic jaws rehabilitation...

Trophic jaws...

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The course is done for general dentists and oral maxillofacial surgeons. 

 

The purpose of this course is to present an alternative technique to normal sinusl lift in the upper jaw and bone graft in the mandible with minimal invasive approach to reduce biological costs, without bone regeneration with immediate loading, immediate aesthetic, and immediate function.

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In this webinar, the long-term outcome of implant-supported prostheses placed in lifted sinuses will be properly compared with those of short implants placed in patients with similar characteristics. Typically, patients having residual bone height below the sinus of 4 to 7 mm. Complications will be described and clinicians could take better decisions about the most likely successful procedures for their patients, basing their decisions not only on intuitions and anecdotes but also on the currently available scientific evidence