Program

Congress program

Day 1

9:00 – 11:00

Italy

Workshop "How to improve biological and esthetic results in soft and hard tissue regeneration with completely resorbable cross-linked collagen biomaterials"

Dr. Michele Perelli

 

Today patients request is not only regarding function but it is mostly focused on achieving esthetic results with reduced complications. In daily clinical practice dentists have to face different scenarios due to tooth loss, periodontal disease, reduced quantity and quality of keratinized tissue as well as reduced amount of bone. So soft and hard tissue reconstruction are required and different techniques as well as biomaterials or scaffolds are required.

Resorbable collagen matrix and scaffolds represent today and “ideal” biomaterial because their complete resorption and substitution with new biological tissues.

To achieve adequate results and tissue harmony the soft tissue  management in of paramount importance. The mucogingival approach, mainly based on split thickness papilla, flap double releasing incisions and proper sutures has demonstrated to permit a less invasive approach for the patient as well as optimal biological and esthetic results.

Learning objectives: 

  • To analize properly the soft and hard tissues prior the surgery by a mucogingival point of view.
  • To understand how the manage the soft tissues in order to achieve the best esthetic and biological results.
  • To understand how to use properly and correctly the cross-linked collagen biomaterials provide by Ossix in the different clinical scenarios.

12:00 – 12:45

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Registration and Coffee Break

12:45

Czech Republic

Welcome speach

Prof. MUDr. et MUDr. René Foltán, Ph.D., FEBOMFS

13:00 – 14:30

Italy

Predictable techniques for hard and soft tissue regeneration with innovative resorbable collagen biomaterials

Dr. Michele Perelli

 

In everyday clinical practice to achieve function and esthetic we must have an optimal integration between soft tissue and hard tissue structure and architecture. Due to tooth loss, periodontal disease,  poor mucogingival conditions we often need to restore or reconstruct bone, mucosa or gingiva before placing implants, around implants or around teeth.

Resorbable collagen matrix and scaffolds represent today and “ideal” biomaterial because their complete resorption and sostitution with new biological tissues.

To obtain these results is of paramount importance the soft management and surgical approach. The mucogingival approach, mainly based on split thickness papilla, flap double releasing incisions and proper sutures has demonstrated to permit a less invasive approach for the patient as well as optimal biological and esthetic results.

 

Learning objectives:

 

  • To analize properly the soft and hard tissues prior the surgery by a mucogingival point of view.
  • To understand how the manage the soft tissues in order to achieve the best esthetic and biological results.
  • To understand how to use properly and correctly the cross-linked collagen biomaterials provide by Ossix family in the different clinical scenarios.

14:30 – 15:30

Germany

The symbiosis of hard and soft tissue management for long-term implant success: a biological concept, part 1

Dr. Thomas Hanser

Autogenous hard and soft tissue grafts are still considered the gold standard for three-dimensional reconstructions of atrophic alveolar ridges due to their bioactive potential. Techniques such as the Split Bone Block Technique (Khoury Technique) or the Bone Trephine Core Technique allow predictable horizontal and vertical alveolar regeneration.

In particular, soft tissue management remains an important factor for a natural esthetic outcome, the healing of the grafted area and long-term outcome of the implant. Innovative flap designs and soft tissue augmentation techniques allow natural soft tissue recontouring to be achieved in all three dimensions.

The lecture will focus on the clinical and biological factors that influence predictable long-term success of autogenous hard and soft tissue grafting in implant dentistry.

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 – 17:30

Germany

The symbiosis of hard and soft tissue management for long-term implant success: a biological concept, part 2

Dr. Thomas Hanser

Autogenous hard and soft tissue grafts are still considered the gold standard for three-dimensional reconstructions of atrophic alveolar ridges due to their bioactive potential. Techniques such as the Split Bone Block Technique (Khoury Technique) or the Bone Trephine Core Technique allow predictable horizontal and vertical alveolar regeneration.

In particular, soft tissue management remains an important factor for a natural esthetic outcome, the healing of the grafted area and long-term outcome of the implant. Innovative flap designs and soft tissue augmentation techniques allow natural soft tissue recontouring to be achieved in all three dimensions.

The lecture will focus on the clinical and biological factors that influence predictable long-term success of autogenous hard and soft tissue grafting in implant dentistry.

17:30 – 18:15

Czech Republic

Augmentation of vertical and horizontal defects of the lateral sections of the mandible

Prof. MUDr. et MUDr. René Foltán, Ph.D., FEBOMFS

Horizontal and vertical defects of the alveolus in the lateral sections of the lower jaw and their augmentation before the placement of dental implants represents one of the most difficult areas of dental implantology. Despite this, and perhaps because of this, there are many scientifically well-described methods for dealing with these situations.

Scientifically and clinically, based on personal experience, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of individual methods, from GBR with absorbable and non-absorbable membrane, through distraction osteogenesis, inlay techniques to the use of individualized titanium grids. We will present our clinical algorithm for choosing one of these methods.

Next, we will discuss the ideal composition of the augmentation material in the common implantology practice.

18:15

Discussion

19:00

Dinner and evening event

Day 2

08:30 – 10:00

Germany

Prevention and treatment of Peri-implantitis, part 1

Dr. Frank Schwarz

Substantial evidence suggests that non-surgical therapy has a limited efficacy to arrest disease progression, thus indicating the necessity of a surgical intervention in the majority of patients diagnosed with peri-implantitis.

This presentation will summarize and critically evaluate current protocols suggested for the surgical treatment of peri-implantitis. Particular emphasis will be on reconstructive and combined surgical measures.

The following aspects will be addressed:

  • Implant surface decontamination protocols
  • Surgical techniques and materials for reconstructive therapy
  • Combined- and modified combined therapy for advanced defects
  • Soft tissue volume grafting for the prevention of postoperative mucosal recessions
  • Implant removal and implant site development
  • Recommendations of the recently published EFP S3 level clinical practice guideline will be discussed

10:00 – 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30 – 12:00

Germany

Prevention and treatment of Peri-implantitis, part 2

Dr. Frank Schwarz

Substantial evidence suggests that non-surgical therapy has a limited efficacy to arrest disease progression, thus indicating the necessity of a surgical intervention in the majority of patients diagnosed with peri-implantitis.

This presentation will summarize and critically evaluate current protocols suggested for the surgical treatment of peri-implantitis. Particular emphasis will be on reconstructive and combined surgical measures.

The following aspects will be addressed:

  • Implant surface decontamination protocols
  • Surgical techniques and materials for reconstructive therapy
  • Combined- and modified combined therapy for advanced defects
  • Soft tissue volume grafting for the prevention of postoperative mucosal recessions
  • Implant removal and implant site development
  • Recommendations of the recently published EFP S3 level clinical practice guideline will be discussed

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch

13:00 – 14:30

Belgium

Immediacy in contemporary implantology: the digital approach, part 1

Dr. David Norré

In recent years, implant placement has become more and more restoration-driven, with a fully digital workflow taking its place as a hot topic.

But what is the purpose of digital integration in this modern implantology? Is it a kind of portal to the evolution into guided prosthodontics?
This course will give a thorough understanding of the full digital workflow from surgery to prosthetic rehabilitation. New insights will be given about a digital workflow and how to implement it in the dental practice.

14:30 – 15:00

Coffee Break

15:00 – 16:30

Belgium

Immediacy in contemporary implantology: the digital approach, part 2

Dr. David Norré

In recent years, implant placement has become more and more restoration-driven, with a fully digital workflow taking its place as a hot topic.

But what is the purpose of digital integration in this modern implantology? Is it a kind of portal to the evolution into guided prosthodontics?
This course will give a thorough understanding of the full digital workflow from surgery to prosthetic rehabilitation. New insights will be given about a digital workflow and how to implement it in the dental practice.

16:30 

Discussion, end

Registration

 

Scoring: 10 credits ČSK

Lectures in Czech language will be translated into English.

Change of the program is reserved. In case of force majeure and the need of moving the congress to a new date, the registration will be automatically transferred to the new date.

 

Cancellation conditions:

before 23. 12. 2023 – 0% of the paid registration fee

from 24. 12. 2023 to 8. 2. 2024 – 50% of the paid registration fee

after 9. 2. 2024 – 100% of the paid registration fee

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