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Alessandro Devigus🇨🇭

Standards in Dental Photography

Modern dentistry can no longer be imagined without photography. It has become an elementary component of diagnosis, communication, marketing and clinical success. This Webinar wants to give an overview of the actual situation on equipment, settings and applications of Dental Photography.

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Alessio Casucci 🇮🇹

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Alessandro Ielasi 🇮🇹

Removable Methamorphosis, a digital workflow

In the next years, as predicted by different epidemiological studies of tooth loss, a decline in edentulism incidence is expected, however due to the increasing global aging population the process will require several decades and more efficient solutions for prosthetic retrieval and maintenance. Tooth loss remain one of the most invalidating condition for patients, their rehabilitation with conventional complete dentures (CD) is still a very diffused and predictable treatment approach. Moreover the CD knowledge is determinant also for planning implant supported or retained prostheses.  The recent advancements in digital technology have led to the use of CAD-CAM systems in the design and manufacturing of CDs. The Digital approach can simplify clinical protocols comparing to traditional one using materials with improved properties.

The aim of the lecture is to share with the participants our experience with digital denture workflow, in order to evaluate chair-side and laboratory times, advantages and disadvantages comparing to conventional procedures. The patient outcomes also will be evaluated in terms of retention, adaptation and clinical satisfaction.

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Antonis Chaniotis 🇬🇷

The digital evolution of an instrumentation technique for the management of challenging anatomies in clinical endodontics

The root canal system is often a highly complicated canal network of multi-planar curvatures and anastomotic pathways. Reaching the biological and design objectives of instrumentation in severely curved canals, deep apical splits and complicated canal systems can be an extremely challenging aspect of root canal treatment. The aim of this lecture is to introduce a new conservative instrumentation  concept with flexible electrical discharge machined martensitic files  for the predictable and safe management  of extremely challenging root canal systems and the digital evolution of the technique to a motorized controlled one with the new Jeni motor.

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Bo Danielsen 🇩🇰

The Digital Curriculum in Dental Education

Digital technologies, collecting data and use hereof are changing the way all parts of society are operating. The dental education should make the graduating dentist digital literate and able to use a variety of digital competencies in the clinic. This lecture will address the transformation of the dental curriculum in order to meet those requirements.

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Carlo Massimo Saratti 🇨🇭

Modern concepts to approach a full-mouth rehabilitation: from the analogical to the digital world

The incidence of Non-carious lesions (NCLs) is increasing steadily in occidental communities and often they may induce a severe condition of tooth wear. In the past, a substantial loss of hard dental tissue implied an invasive therapy approach with full-crown coverage. However, the development and improvement of adhesive dentistry marked a shift of paradigm which allowed to treat these patients with minimally invasive and/or additives approaches. The aim of this conference is to elucidate treatments protocols and workflows of full mouth rehabilitations using additive techniques and full-digital approaches.

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Christos Markopoulos 🇬🇷

The Topology of Digital and Analogue dentistry

This lecture aims to present the consistent parts that are interrelated with the combination of Digital and Analogue Dentistry in our days, in order to have predictable results with long term tissue stability and longevity of our restorations.

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David Gerdolle 🇨🇭

Digital Restorative Dentistry: the simple dentist point of view

The general practitioner could sometimes get scared, or get intimidated at least, when learning about digital dentistry. Because it usually looks “complicated, time consuming (to use and to get constantly updated), and most of all expensive”. This presentation is thus dedicated to the simple dentist, providing some understandable and clinical answers to the conservative and prosthodontic practice.

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Florian Beuer 🇩🇪

Current State of Digital Dentistry in Prosthodontics

CAD/CAM fabrication has become mainstream in restorative dentistry. However, digital dentistry goes far beyond when digital photography, x-ray, communication platforms and evaluation of our restorations is included. The lecture gives an overview over available techniques, necessary and unnecessary tools and their implementation into the daily work.

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Florian Steinheber 🇩🇪

Digital Workflow in Removable Prosthodontics

No limits...or print your future!

Some manufacturers keep promising us that their system or materials knows no limits. Especially in the age of 3D printing theses promises keep coming uo and I would like to show you the differences between the printers and materials.

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Gerardo García 🇲🇽

The infinite game of dentistry

In a world of continuous scientific and technological innovations, being a good dentist has truly become a challenge, we must do what is best for our patients and at the same time we need to lead our teams into this new digital era that is completely changing the way we think, work and collaborate, the right mindset can keep us ahead in this infinite game.

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Giuseppe Romeo 🇮🇹

Technical Diagnostic and Esthetic Approach

The topic is based on the valuable cooperation with the clinician. All the rehabilitations are created using the microscope. The principal tooth forms and their characteristics will be analysed based on the facial details. Digital and manual procedures will be evaluated. Sophysticated ceramic layering procedures will be demonstrated.

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Gustavo Giordani 🇧🇷

Digital Perio Plastic Surgery - How to use technology to achieve Predictabiliy

Nowadays the aesthetic rehabilitation requires a multidisciplinary interaction increasingly intense. Separate specialties leads to inadequate and often patient dissatisfaction with the end result. The digital workflow with the union of pink and white aesthetic is the big key for predictability and success in aesthetic rehabilitations.

The main point of the presentation is to show how perio plastic surgery combined with implant or natural teeth restoration can improve aesthetic results in complex cases. Using predictable and simple digital workflow to achieve better results for the patients.

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Jameel Gardee 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

Digital Veneer Preparation - a paradigm shift

Guided implant surgery has afforded us a level of control and accuracy when placing implants previously unthought off. Today utilising modern advances we can also control the preparation of teeth using similar digital guides. This presentation will review the system for the digital preparation of veneers and explain the workflow in detail.

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Jan Kurtz-Hoffmann 🇩🇪

Minimally invasive dentistry in the change from analogue to digital

The analogue treatment concepts in minimally invasive dentistry are well established. Digital tools are increasingly supporting us today in dental photography, treatment planning, smile design, intra-oral impressions and the manufacture of dental ceramics. This lecture compares analogue and digital treatment concepts in minimally invasive dentistry.

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Javier Tapia-Guadix

Color analysis and shade selection strategies for the anterior teeth following Bio-Emulation principles

Achievement of aesthetic restorations that resemble natural teeth represent a great challenge for both dentists and technicians. Obtaining optimal results with the minimum number of try-in tests or repetitions necessarily implies performing a systematic and exhaustive shade analysis. Advanced photographic techniques need to be used for this task, including different kinds of illumination and precise calibration of RAW files. 

Defining proper shade selection strategies for both composites and ceramics is of paramount importance for our daily work. The Bio-Emulation approach provides specific tools designed to increase dramatically the accuracy of our shade matching, including the custom_eyes shade tabs as well as the “state of the art” eLAB protocol. 

Ultimately, a successful treatment will always be the outcome of a good communication with patient and perfect teamwork between dentist and technician. 

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João Carlos Ramos 🇵🇹

Post-COVID 19: take the opportunity and adapt your clinic to the future

In the midst of the resumption of the first biological pandemic of the digital age, there are many uncertainties and concerns about the future. However, as in any crisis, more important than problems is the focus on solutions and, not least, on opportunities. This biological crisis allowed us to highlight some aspects that were usually secondary, but that can be fundamental to the well-being and health of dental staff and patients. I am not just referring to the concern with SARS-CoV-2, which should not distract us from other equally important aspects, but to the internal environmental conditions of our dental clinics. We must take advantage of some of the changes to diagnose and implement background measures that relate to the overall quality of air, water, air conditioning, noise and lighting in dental practices. In this presentation, the quality parameters to be taken into account, the means of monitoring and control, as well as the implementation mechanisms related to these themes will be presented and discussed, which will probably be striking in the dental practice of the present and future.

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João Rodrigues de Sousa 🇵🇹

Understanding the digital workflow and implementing it to your daily practice - the time is “now”.

From its origins to the present times Dentistry have evolved to become entirely digital. As such, the use of systems such as intraoral scanners, 3D xray imaging and printers as well as milling systems brought such enormous benefits that will become the future of our profession. For this reason, sooner rather then later, we all need to enter this world, understand it, put it in practice and use all its advantages to the service of our clinical procedures.

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Jordi Manauta 🇮🇹

Why I am abandoning visual color methods

After taking the most out of any information that a shade guide can bring. Deep study and clinical experience on stock shade guides, material oriented shade guides, customized shade guides, button try-ins or direct mock-up have several problems, the most critical one, the subjectivity of the human eye. How we will use digital technology to avoid color troubles and do true predictions?

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Luca De Stavola 🇮🇹

The Computer Guided Bone Harvesting from the Mandible

Autogenous bone is the best graft material in terms of new bone formation. Free-hand bone harvesting from the mandible can result stressful and risky to damage anatomical structures. Digital dentistry can revolutionize the way we are thinking this approach transforming it into a predictable, user friendly and safe surgery. The Computer guided bone harvesting protocol will be presented.

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Marat Awdaljan 🇳🇱

The 8 biggest challenges of shade matching and their solutions

There are 8 factors that make it impossible for us to achieve a predictable shade match. In this lecture you will learn what are these challenges and how they are solved. The goal is to show you that a shade match can be achieved easier, faster and predictable.

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Miladinov Milos 🇷🇴

Full Digital Workflow 

- presenting FDW concept as new international standard in digital dentistry
- equipment recommendations & integrating the workflow in your daily practice to go digital from day one
- cases & diversity

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Paula Villa 🇨🇴

Computer guided endodontics.

Some of the biggest challenges in endodontics are narrow canals, teeth with full coverage restorations or performing microsurgeries near some anatomically structures.  All of them can be performed in a safe and predictable way using Dynamic Navigation which gives the clinician real time feedback.

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Paulo Kano 🇧🇷

Aesthetic laminated ceramic veneers: why do it with digital systems?

CAD software that specializes in serving dentistry already has the necessary prerequisites to design and plan aesthetic restorations with a level of satisfaction to its users that can level up or be higher than that achieved by most elements produced analogically.

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Petr Hajný 🇨🇿

IVD in One Day by Dr. Hajný

Increasing of Vertical Dimension shouldn't be difficult.
There are a lot of patients with several problems and pains in TMJ or sensitivity of teeth with mechanically or chemically lost enamel. Simple, quick and safe. That’s today's treatment of lost vertical size of teeth in most cases. Now we can treat those problems easily, fast, conservatively, naturally and effectively. 

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Rafi Romano 🇮🇱

Artificial Intelligence and advanced imaging technologies for orthodontic planning

Orthodontists are assisted by many tools that facilitate imaging, forecasting the treatment results, planning all steps before choosing the orthodontic appliance and more.

The lecture will provide a broad overview of relevant evidence-based literature and a number of cases treated with transparent aligners and/or lingual brackets in a cross-disciplinary approach with the assistance of digital tools.

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Renaud Noharet 🇫🇷

Contribution of Digital Tools in Implantology: Guided Surgery to Immediate Loading

Today, guided surgery is an essential tool in implantology. First of all, diagnosis of our patient is the key. The concept of prosthetic project, inseparable from guided surgery will be described. Application of this project will be showed with guided surgery (static guided surgery or navigation) through clinical cases and decision tree.

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Roberto Padrós 🇪🇸

Visualization: A shift in dental diagnosis

Smile design software allow us to take 3d diagnostic wax ups to the next level and visualize them not only with the facial frame, but also with CBCT and implant planning software. Digital technologies allow us to diagnose in a faster, easier and more predictable way than before and reduce the margin of errors during our treatments for our patients.

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Rolando Nuñez 🇺🇸

Bonding to ceramics

The options of restorative materials for clinical dentistry have increasingly expanded in the last 15 years and continue to expand. However, today there are materials like zirconia, lithium disilicate, hybrid ceramics and composites are options in the market, and bonding to these surfaces require different protocols.

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Stefano Cossar 🇵🇪

Occlusal Architecture – Indirect Composite Restorations

Speaker will present the protocol of Posterior Indirect Composite Restorations. 

The conference will focus on:

-Indications and criteria for indirect restorations

- Structural evaluation and preps designs 

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Stephen van Heerden 🇫🇮

Bringing value to Digital Dentistry with Data – Dental Tracking System

As Dentistry is moving more and more digital, Dental Tracking System takes digital dentistry to the next level by allowing us insights into our data in the digital dentistry workflow. With so much emphasis always been placed on the treatment when we talk about digital dentistry we will take a different approach and look at the value the data is bringing us in digital dentistry and how this value helps us make decisions for our practice.

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Thiago Ottoboni 🇧🇷

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Lincoln Queirós 🇧🇷

Predictability in direct restorations using digital dentistry

Restoring smiles using biometrics is not exclusively applicable to milled restorations. We and our friends developed a patented technique for making quality direct restorations using 3D printed guides for copying shape, morphology and texture and creating a personalization for the thickness of the layers of composites.

You will see the complete protocol starting from 2D planning to the direct restoration of not only enamel but also dentin and palatal morphology, resulting in a natural and functional new smile with predictability in shape and color.

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Viktor Scherbakov 🇷🇺

Morphology of anterior teeth and the ways of finishing

The lecture about shapes, relief and superficial texture aspects of anterior teeth and the way of carving them out of composite with different rotating instruments. Detailed and the most effective protocols of finishing and polishing with the description of all steps, nuances and features of surface affecting.