Kongresi i eventi 2017 7. međunarodni kongers Hrvatskoga društva za dentalnu implantologiju

HRVATSKI LIJEČNIČKI ZBOR / CROATIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

HRVATSKO DRUŠTVO ZA DENTALNU IMPLANTOLOGIJU / CROATIAN SOCIETY OF DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY

STOMATOLOŠKI FAKULTET ZAGREB / SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE ZAGREB

KLINIČKI BOLNIČKI CENTAR OSIJEK / UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL CENTRE OSIJEK

POD POKROVITELJSTVOM OSJEČKO-BARANJSKE ŽUPANIJE / UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE OSIJEK-BARANJA COUNTY

RADNO VRIJEME MJESTA ZA REGISTRACIJU / REGISTRATION DESK WORKING HOURS

ČETVRTAK / THURSDAY 12.10.2017.
9:00 – 12:00 REGISTRACIJA SUDIONIKA U HOTELU OSIJEK / REGISTRATION DESK IN HOTEL OSIJEK
13:00 – 18:00 REGISTRACIJA SUDIONIKA U VIKARIJATU OSIJEK / REGISTRATION DESK IN THE VICARAGE OSIJEK

PETAK / FRIDAY 13.10.2017.
8:00 – 13:00 VIKARIJAT U OSIJEK / VICARAGE OSIJEK

SUBOTA / SATURDAY 14.10.2017.
8:00 – 14:00 VIKARIJAT U OSIJEK / VICARAGE OSIJEK

Mjesto održavanja KONGRESA / CONGRESS Venue
Vikarijat Osijek, Ul J.J. Strossmayera 58, Osijek

Mjesto održavanja RADIONICA / WORKSHOP Venue
Hotel Osijek, Šamačka 4, Osijek

RADNO VRIJEME MJESTA ZA REGISTRACIJU / REGISTRATION DESK WORKING HOURS

ČETVRTAK / THURSDAY 12.10.2017.
9:00 – 12:00 REGISTRACIJA SUDIONIKA U HOTELU OSIJEK / REGISTRATION DESK IN HOTEL OSIJEK
13:00 – 18:00 REGISTRACIJA SUDIONIKA U VIKARIJATU OSIJEK / REGISTRATION DESK IN THE VICARAGE OSIJEK

PETAK / FRIDAY 13.10.2017.
8:00 – 13:00 VIKARIJAT U OSIJEK / VICARAGE OSIJEK

SUBOTA / SATURDAY 14.10.2017.
8:00 – 14:00 VIKARIJAT U OSIJEK / VICARAGE OSIJEK

Službeni jezici kongresa / Official Languages
Hrvatski i engleski / Croatian and English

Izložba / Exhibition
Za vrijeme trajanja kongresa bit će postavljena izložba stomatološke opreme, lijekova i drugih artikala. Molimo tvrtke zainteresirane za ovakav način promidžbe svojih proizvoda da kontaktiraju službeni PCO. /
The exhibition of dental equipment, medicines and other items will be held at the Congress venue during the Con-gress. Companies interested in this kind of promotion should contact the official PCO.

Poštovane kolegice i poštovani kolege!

U ime društva i u svoje osobno ime srdačno Vas pozivam na naš 7. međunarodni kongres koji će se održati u Osijeku.

Teme izlaganja će obuhvatiti najsuvremenije praktične postupke i znanstvene pristupe. Osim stjecanja i proširivanja znanja, razmjene iskustava te upoznavanja i druženja s kolegama cilj kongresa je poticanje primjene usvojenih znanja i vještina u svakodnevnoj praksi na dobrobit Vaših pacijenata.

Posebno smo zahvalni našim partnerima na trudu oko ponude raznolikog programa predavanja s inozemnim pozvanim predavačima koji će Vam ponuditi simbiozu znanosti i prakse, tradicije i napretka implantoprotetske rehabilitacije. Pretkongresne radionice s praktičnim vježbama vodit će iskusni stručnjaci koji će Vam omogućiti da produbite svoje praktične vještine ili da dobijete odgovore na pitanja te riješite eventualne nedoumice i razmijenite osobna iskustva.

Zahvaljujemo Vam se na sudjelovanju u radu dosadašnjih kongresa i nadamo se da ćete i ove godine posterima i usmenim izlaganjima prikazati svoje zanimljive slučajeve i rezultate vlastitih istraživanja te tako pridonijeti kvaliteti i uspjehu kongresa. U bogatom izložbenom prostoru pružit će Vam se prilika obnoviti svoju opremu i instrumente te nabaviti najmodernije materijale. U ime društva i u svoje osobno ime želim Vam dobrodošlicu, da zajedno provedemo nekoliko lijepih dana u Osijeku i njegovoj okolici, želim Vam sretan put, ugodan boravak te puno uspjeha u radu.

Darko Macan
Predsjednik Hrvatskoga društva za dentalnu implantologiju HLZ-a

Darko Macan, predsjednik / President

Amir Ćatić, dopredsjednik / Vice President

Davor Brajdić, tajnik / Secretary

Dragana Gabrić

Davor Katanec

Vlatko Kopić

Darije Plančak

Ivan Salarić

Domagoj Žabarović

ČETVRTAK / THURSDAY 12.10.2017.

09:00-12:00 REGISTRACIJA U HOTELU OSIJEK / REGISTRATION DESK IN HOTEL OSIJEK

10:00-13:00 PRETKONGRESNE RADIONICE / PRE-CONGRESS HANDS-ON TRAINING COURSES – Hotel Osijek

13:00-18:00 REGISTRACIJA U VIKARIJATU / REGISTRATION DESK IN THE VICARAGE

I. Balint Molnar
Department of Periodontology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

State of the art of sinus floor elevation – Predictable lateral and crestal treatment protocols

Sinus floor elevation is a frequently applied treatment approach for the reconstruction of the posterior edentulous maxilla. The crestal approach is feasible for minimally invasive simultaneous implant placement, whereas the lateral approach might be applied for the reconstruction of extensively pneumatized maxillary sinuses. The present workshop provides an overview of reconstructive strategies, as well as complication management during sinus floor elevation procedures.

II. Jörg Mudrak
Private Clinic, Ludwigsau, Germany

CBCT workshop

The objective of the lecture is to define the basic steps to work with CBCT imaging. In the first session, the basic tools used in 3D image editing will be described and shown, focusing on the basic anatomic structures to be observed in an image: the head and neck structures covered in details, with emphasis on the dentomaxillofacial related structures. In the sequence, these concepts will be transferred to the reporting technique and the correct sequence on how to report CBCT images will be disclosed by using clinical examples in a systematized manner. In all steps, the rationale for indicating the use of a CBCT image will also be discussed, in such a way that imaging will not only be a profitable tool, but also provides benefits to the patient.

To finalize, a workshop showing how to apply, in the practice, the topics covered in the lecture, will be offered.
Workshop Agenda:
• Interpretation principles in CBCT image editing, CBCT image analyses
• Analytic diagnostic considerations for endo/perio/prosthodontic/ortho/implantology
• Advanced image analyses for Traumatology, Tumors, Syndroms
• Principles of reporting

13:00-14:30 Ručak za sudionike radionica – hotel “Osijek” / Lunch for participants of the pre-congress courses served in Hotel Osijek
Prijevoz do Vikarijata / Transfer to the Vicarage

15:00-18:30 POZVANA PREDAVANJA / INVITED LECTURES

Vikarijat Osijek / Vicarage Osijek

Moderatori: Irina Filipović Zore, Darije Plančak

15:00-15:45 Peter Windisch (Budapest, Hungary):
Hard- and soft tissue corrections around teeth and implants – do we need bone and keratinised tissues for long term stability?

15:45-16:30 Balint Molnar (Budapest, Hungary):
Long term stability following hard- and soft tissue reconstruction around Astra Tech dental implants

16:30-17:00 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION

Stanka za kavu / Coffee Break

Moderatori: Davor Brajdić, Ivica Pelivan

17:00-17:45 Artem Dubnov (Kiev, Ukraine):
Facing the new aesthetic requests of the patients: the minimally invasive implant surgery

17:45-18:30 Joseph Nissan (Tel Aviv, Israel):
Cemented Versus Screw – retained Implant-supported Restorations

19:30 Prijevoz iz hotela „Osijek” u Tvrđu – Arheološki muzej / Transport from Hotel “Osijek” to the Citadel (Old Town) – Archaeological Museum

20:15 OTVARANJE KONGRESA I PIĆE DOBRODOŠLICE / OPENING CEREMONY AND WELCOME COCKTAIL

PETAK / FRIDAY 13.10.2017.

08:00-18:00 REGISTRACIJA SUDIONIKA / REGISTRATION
Vikarijat Osijek / Vicarage Osijek

09:00-13:00 POZIVNA PREDAVANJA / INVITED LECTURES
Vikarijat Osijek / Vicarage Osijek

Moderatori: Dragana Gabrić, Amir Ćatić

09:00-09:45 Jörg Mudrak (Ludwigsau, Germany):
CBCT and esthetic dentistry – a clinical approach

09:45-10:30 Georgia Trimpou (Frankfurt, Germany):
Immediate prosthetic management of the periimplant soft tissue: current conventional and digital protocols

10:30-11:00 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION
Stanka za kavu / Coffee Break

Moderatori: Davor Katanec, Domagoj Žabarović

11:00-11:45 Jörg Neugebauer (Köln, Germany):
Angled implant placement to avoid grafting procedures in combination with immediate loading on a reduced number of implants

11:45-12:30 Andreas Barbetseas (Athens, Greece):
Aesthetics based on the use of Biology – Overcoming the Conventional Limits

12:30-12:45 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION

12:45-13:05Sponzorirano predavanje Irina Filipović Zore (Zagreb)
Nove mogućnosti u implantologiji s novom B+ površinom

13:05-14:00 Ručak – Hotel Osijek / Lunch – Hotel Osijek

15:00-20:00 POSJET DRŽAVNOJ ERGELI LIPICANACA ĐAKOVO – konjička predstava uz glazbu / VISIT THE STATE STUD FARM ĐAKOVO – Horse Show

20:00 ZAJEDNIČKA VEČERA / SOCIAL DINNER – Muzej okusa

SUBOTA / SATURDAY 14.10.2017.

09:00-10:15 USMENI PRIKAZ POSTERA I RASPRAVA (max. 5 minuta po posteru).
Posteri se prikazuju PowerPoint prezentacijom kao kratko usmeno priopćenje. PowerPoint prezentacije se predaju tehničkom osoblju najmanje jedan sat prije početka sekcije.

Moderatori: Tomislav Ćabov, Amir Ćatić

P.1. Kranjčić J, Mikuš A, Žabarović D, Peršić S, Kovačić I, Čelebić A, Juroš I, Vojvodić D. (Zagreb):
Znanje o dentalnim implantatima starijeg hrvatskog stanovništva s obzirom na dob i spol ispitanika

P.2. Jerković D, Đanić P, Brajdić D, Biočić J, Grgić N, Bajan T, Macan D. (Makarska):
Imedijatna implantacija uz primjenu autolognog vezivnog transplantata

P.3. Grgić N, Brajdić D, Jerković D, Salarić I, Kopić V, Macan D. (Bjelovar):
Imedijatno postavljanje dentalnih implantata u molarnoj regiji donje čeljusti

P.4. Salarić I, Brajdić D, Đanić P, Jerković D, Biočić J, Zajc I, Kopić V, Macan D. (Zagreb):
Uporaba Mukografta kod imedijatne implantacije

P.5. Lesac S, Varljen Nikolić N, Nikolić M. (Kastav):
Praćenje implantoprotetske terapije imedijatnim opterećenjem kod dugogodišnjeg pušača

P.6. Viskić J, Rebić J, Mehulić K. (Zagreb):
Estetski izazovi stabilnosti mekih tkiva oko dentalnih implantata – prikaz slučaja

P.7. Knežević I, Rebić J. (Samobor):
Primjena „socket shield” tehnike u svrhu očuvanja koštanog volumena i crveno bijele estetike

P.8. Matić S, Krakar N. (Sisak):
„Socket shield” tehnika (parcijalna ekstrakcija zuba) – prikaz slučaja

P.9. Varljen Nikolić N, Nikolić M. (Kastav):
Jednofazni sinus lift kod ekstremnog gubitka kosti – praćenje slučaja tijekom tri godine

P.10. Bogadi I. (Rovinj):
All-on-4 Modifikacije tehnike

P.11. Smojver I, Sudarević K, Sušić M, Gabrić D. (Zagreb):
Implantoprotetska rehabilitacija u ortodontskih pacijenata

P.12. Shapeski I, Zajc I, Gerbl D, Pevalek-Simeon J, Smojver I. (Ohrid, MKD):
Kirurško-ortodontsko liječenje s protetskom rehabilitacijom – prikaz slučaja

P.13. Libert P, Galić I, Sušić M, Brozović J, Gabrić D. (Zagreb):
Implanto-protetska rehabilitacija kod heroinskih ovisnika – indikacije i limitacije – prikaz slučaja

P.14. Miličević A, Macan D, Brajdić D, Žabarović D, Biočić J, Đanić P, Kopić V. (Zagreb):
Implanto-protetska rehabilitacija pacijenta s obostranim rascjepom usnice i nepca

P.15. Barić J, Filipović Zore I, Gabrić D. (Zagreb):
Minimalno invazivna rekonstrukcija vertikalnog defekta u frontalnoj regiji – prikaz slučaja

10:15-10:35 Sponzorirano predavanje – Andrija Petar Bošnjak (Osijek): null
Curasept u svakodnevnoj primjeni

10:35-11:00 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION
Stanka za kavu / Coffee Break

11:00-14:30 USMENA PRIOPĆENJA

Moderatori: Ivan Zajc, Ivica Pelivan

11:00-11:10 Blašković M, Ćabov T, Kovač Z. (Rijeka):
Uporaba alogenih koštanih blokova u regeneraciji alveolarnog
grebena

11:10-11:20 Cerović R, Rogić M, Kovač Z. (Rijeka):
Implantoprotetska rehabilitacija nakon rekonstrukcije oralnih defekata mikrovaskularnim fibularnim režnjem

11:20-11:30 Đanić P, Brajdić D, Biočić J, Salarić I, Macan D, Bajan T, Perić B. (Zagreb):
Je li idiopatska osteosklerozacija čeljusti kontraindikacija za ugradnju dentalnih implantata?

11:30-11:40 Matulić Medak N, Gabrić D, Katanec D. (Zagreb):
Imedijatno postavljanje implantata u kroničnu periapeksnu leziju korištenjem faktora rasta – prikaz dva slučaja

11:40-11:50 Bogadi I, Popadić Ž. (Rovinj):
Transkrestalne tehnike sinus lifta

11:50-12:00 Jordan A, Katanec T, Gabrić D, Katanec D. (Novalja):
Podizanje dna maksilarnog sinusa uz primjenu trombocitima obogaćenog fibrina i istovremena ugradnja dentalnih implantata

12:00-12:10 Katanec T, Gabrić D, Bago I, Katanec D, Kotarac-Knežević A. (Zagreb):
Učinak mikrokapsuliranih granula s biljnim ekstraktima u gelu na postoperativno cijeljenje nakon podizanja dna maksilarnog sinusa i imedijatne ugradnje dentalnih implantata – split mouth controlled klinička studija

12:10-12:20 Sapundžiev D. (Ljubljana, SLO):
Implant stability after sinus floor elevation by means of ISQ measurement – preliminary results

12:20-12:30 Vuletić M, Granić M, Katanec D, Gabrić D. (Sisak):
Procjena oseointegracije dentalnih implantata mjerenjem zasjenjenja područja interesa na RVG snimkama

12:30-13:00 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION

Stanka za kavu / Coffee Break

Moderatori: Mato Sušić, Joško Viskić

13:00-13:10 Škaričić J, Sušić M, Pelivan I, Gabrić D. (Split):
Implanto-protetska rehabilitacija pacijenta s multifragmentalnom frakturom korpusa mandibule i višestruke avulzije zuba

13:10-13:20 Bival S, Katanec D, Matulić N, Gabrić D. (Zagreb):
Implanto-protetska rehabilitacija nakon traume zuba u fronti – prezervacija alveole primjenom faktora rasta i biološke osteotomije – prikaz slučaja

13:20-13:30 Pelivan I, Jokić D, Pavelić B. (Zagreb):
Ortodontsko-implanto-protetsko zbrinjavanje traumatske ozljede gornjeg središnjeg sjekutića – prikaz slučaja

13:30-13:40 Žabarović D, Vojvodić D, Kranjčić J, Žabarović M. (Zagreb):
Fiksni ili mobilni protetski rad?

13:40-13:50 Azizi B, Budimir A, Mehmeti B, Kelmendi J, Gabrić. (Kičevo, MKD):
The effect of antimicrobial photodynamic therapy (aPDT) and light-activated disinfection (LAD) on contaminated titanium and zirconia implants – in vitro study

13:50-14:00 Ćatić A, Schauperl Z. (Zagreb):
BIACOM – od ideje do razvoja hrvatskog TiMg implantata

14:00-14:25 RASPRAVA / DISCUSSION

Stanka za kavu / Coffee Break

14:25 SKUPŠTINA HRVATSKOGA DRUŠTVA ZA DENTALNU IMPLANTOLOGIJU

Professor Péter Windisch, DMD, PhD
Department of Periodontology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

Education: D.M.D., Semmelweis University Faculty of Dentistry,
Budapest, Hungary, 1982-1987 /Suma cum laude/; PhD, 2003 /
Dissertation: Complex analysis of periodontal regenerative procedures/
Habilitation, 2010. Employment: Fellow 1987-1991; Professor’s assistant 1991-2005; Associate
Professor 2005-2012; Professor 2012-present; Head of the Department of Periodontology,
Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary, 2014-present; Private practicioner /Budapest,
Hungary, 1990 – present. Skills, experiences: Periodontology /Regenerative procedures, human
histological studies/, Implant dentistry /Complex rehabilitation of perio-patients/, University
lecturer 1987-present – seminars and lectures in periodontology for graduate-, postgraduate
students and dentists in English, German and Hungarian. PhD supervisor 2001-present.
Professional Societies: Chairman, Hungarian Society of Periodontology; Delegate, European
Federation of Periodontology; Former vice chairman, Hungarian Society for Dental Implantology;
Member, Hungarian Dental Association.

Hard- and soft tissue corrections around teeth and implants – do we need bone and keratinised tissues for long term stability?

There is an increasing need from patients for esthetic fixed dental restorations
with, or without implant placement. The alveolar jaw is a tooth dependent
structure – any tooth extraction results in alveolar ridge resorption. Surgical
techniques used today to preserve or augment deficient ridges follow biologic
principles to achieve the same goal: a maintained or enlarged alveolar ridge with
harmonious soft tissue contours. While the extent and pattern of resorption
varies among individuals, there is an obvious loss of ridge contour as a result of
physiological bone remodeling. The tendency for advanced resorption is even
more increased around deep periodontal defects, especially when the buccal alveolar
plate has been destroyed. Reconstruction of sufficient periimplant hardand
soft tissue conditions is inevitable to achieve long-term tissue stability and
esthetics. The efficacy of the applied surgical protocols to eliminate periodontal
defects at adjacent teeth is also of high importance to achieve favourable softand
hard tissue conditions and to level off periimplant hard tissues to the proximal
crestal bone of adjacent teeth. The lecture will present surgical approaches
to reconstruct lost alveolar hard– and soft tissues applying 3D planning (maxgraf
® bonebuilder, botiss), socket preservation-, guided bone regeneration- and
vestibuloplasty techniques utilising resorbable (Jason® membrane, botiss) and
non-resorbable (permamem®, botiss) membranes in combination with connective
tissue grafts or xenograft matrices (mucoderm®, botiss).

Bálint Molnár, DMD, PhD
Assistant professor, Department of Periodontology, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary

Education: DMD, Semmelweis University Faculty of Dentistry, Budapest, Hungary, 1999-2004,
PhD 2013; Research field: Comprehensive evaluation of novel treatment possibilities for periodontal
hard- and soft tissue reconstruction. Employment: Fellow 2004-2007; Professor’s
assistant 2007-; Assistant professor 2014-; DentPoint Private Practice, Budapest, Hungary,
2004-. Membership in professional societies: International Team for Implantology, Hungarian
Dental Association, Hungarian Society of Periodontology, Hungarian Society of Implant
Dentistry. Skills, experiences: Periodontology /Regenerative procedures, human histological
studies/, Hard- and soft tissue reconstructions around dental implants, Implant prosthodontic
rehabilitations. University lecturer 2004-present: seminars and lectures in periodontology for
graduate-, postgraduate students and dentists in English, German and Hungarian. Fluent in
English and German.

Long term stability following hard- and soft tissue reconstruction around Astra Tech dental implants

Alveolar ridge deficiencies are common drawbacks in implant dentistry. Threedimensional
loss of hard- and soft tissues may result in conditions with impaired
function, esthetics and cleanability. The surgical reconstruction of such hardand
soft tissue anomalies may represent demanding clinical scenarios. The present
lecture reports on the successful reconstruction of horizontal and vertical
ridge defects resulting in long term tissue stability around Astra Tech dental
implants.

Dr. Artem Dubnov, DMD
Dubnova dental clinic llc Kiev, Ukraine (Oral and maxillofacial surgeon, Oral implantologist)
Visiting professor International University of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain)

Oral and maxillofacial surgeon, who limits his practice to orthognathic
surgery and dental implantology. Visiting professor International University
of Catalonia (Barcelona, Spain). ITI Fellow since 2014. Speaker
in the field of dental implantology, mucogingival surgery and mini mally invasive implant dentistry
techniques. Education: National Bohomolets Medical University, Kiev, Ukraine 2010; National
Shupik Postgraduate Medical Academy – Dental surgery specification 201; Rigs Hospital
Medical Centre, Copenhagen, Denmark – oral surgery continuing education training 2011; Maxillofacial
Institute, Barcelona, Spain – master specification 2013-2014. Experience: OrthoGo
clinic Kiev, Ukraine – Oral and maxillofacial surgeon since 2014, Harmony plastic surgery clinic
– Oral and maxillofacial surgeon since 2015, Dubnova dental clinic llc – Oral implantologist
since 2012, State hospital #5, Zaporizya, Ukraine – Oral and maxillofacial surgeon 2010-2013.
Lecturing experience: International University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain – Visiting professor
since 2014, Various trainings dedicated to the field of implant dentistry and mucogingival
surgery, InSpe company (Local Straumann dealer) Lviv, Ukraine – Presenter and Trainer since
2012, Academy of Postgraduate education Kiev, Ukraine – Presenter and Trainer since 2014.
Conferences and congresses invited speaker: Straumann conference Kiev, Ukraine 2016, Winter
orthodontic meeting Lviv, Ukraine 2016, Tissue management education course Stuttgart,
Germany 2016, Master program in Dental implantology Barcelona, Spain 2016, Ukrainian dental
association conference Kiev, Ukraine 2015, First international conference on digital dentistry
Kiev, Ukraine 2015

Facing the new aesthetic requests of the patients: the minimally invasive implant surgery

In the new era of oral implantology, doctors face the new frontiers. Novel patient
demands fast and reliable results in every case. Oral surgeons have a great
variety of techniques and materials to choose from. Not only young specialist
may feel intricate. Fast growing immediate extraction and implant placement
trend gains our market. Staged and highly evidence based approach seems to
be to slow and too time-consuming. However, is it possible to do everything
in one surgery? Is the technique reliable and long lasting enough? Should we
switch our protocols according to our patients’ wishes? Lecture will focus on
minimally invasive surgical techniques which intend to make the treatment
more easygoing and gains stable results. We will discuss if tissue conditions and
quality may guarantee less complications and more success in the long run. We
will focus on the methods of soft and hard tissue augmentation during different
stages of implant treatment: at the time of tooth extraction, before the initial
implant placement, during the first stage of the implant surgery, at the time or
implant opening and healing abutment placement or after the prosthetic components
are already installed. The lecture will include photo and video materials
to visualize the treatment options. The lecture will focus on reduced diameter
implants and minimally invasive treatment.

Professor Joseph Nissan, DMD
Prosthodontist, Head of Oral Rehabilitation and Implant- Prosthodontics, Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Campus, Petah Tikva.
Associate Professor, Department of Oral Rehabilitation, School of Dental Medicine Tel Aviv University.
President of “The Israel Society of Implant-Dentistry”

Prof. Nissan received his DMD (1991) and Prosthodontics degrees (1997), from Tel-Aviv University
School of Dental Medicine. Prof. Nissan is Associate Professor in the Department of
Prosthodontics, and former Director of the Implantology-Unit and the Prosthodontics postgraduate
program. Prof. Nissan is the of Head Oral Rehabilitation and Implant-Prosthodontics,
at Rabin Medical Center, Beilinson Campus, Petah Tikva. Prof. Nissan is President of the “Israel
Society of Implant-Dentistry”, and former President of the” Israel Prosthodontic Society”. Prof.
Nissan also act as the Chairman of the “National board of Prosthodontics Professional Committee”.
Prof. Nissan serves as International-reviewer of several International Dental Journals.
Prof. Nissan is the author of more than 70 international publications on fixed prosthodontics
and implant dentistry.

Cemented Versus Screw – retained Implant supported Restorations

Implant supported restorations can be attached to implants with screws or can
be cemented to abutments which are secured to implants. The purpose of the
presentation is to compare the long-term outcome and complications of cemented
versus screw-retained implant restorations in partially edentulous patients.
Clinical and laboratory studies will show the difference between the two
common type of restoration. Advantages, disadvantages. potential solutions
and clinical tips will be emphasized in order to achieve a long term implantsupported
restorations.

Dr. Jörg Mudrak, DMD, PhD
Clinical consultant KaVoKerrGroup, digital radiology, CBCT imaging, R&D, Oral Surgeon Main area of practice:
Implantology, CBCT imaging. Private Clinic, Ludwigsau, Germany

1987: Journeyman’s certificate as dental technician; 1987-1988: Education as dental ceramics
technician at dental construction agency S. Schmid, in Oetwil an der Limmat / Switzerland;
1988–1993: Dentistry degree course at Free University Berlin, first preclinical examination
Dentistry degree course at Bavarian Julius Maximilian University Würzburg Dentistry degree
course at Justus Liebig University Giessen, intermediary preclinical examination 1991; 1993:
State examination (first degree); 1994 – 1997: Further education and training as dentist for
oral surgery in the general practice for oral maxillofacial surgery Dr. med. G. Heieis; 1997: Recognition
for area of specialization: oral surgery; 1997 – Established as Oral Surgeon Main area
of practice: Implantology, CBCT imaging; 2003 –2004 Clinical consultant of SOREDEX OY,
spiral tomography; 2004 – 2006: Specialist consultant for implantology, Dental Ratio Systems;
2006: Specialist consultant for digital radiology, PLANMECA; 2008 – Clinical consultant
KaVoKerrGroup, digital radiology, CBCT imaging, R&D; 2008 – 2010: Established as radiologic
assistant at the Department of Dento- Maxillo – Facial Radiology, PD Dr. D. Schulze, University
of Freiburg; 2010 – CBCT image editing, research and development; 2012: Doctoral dissertation,
“Development of a Patient Motion Simulating Device to induce and evaluate reproducible
motion artefacts in CBCT Imaging” University Freiburg. Member of the BDO, DGZMK, DGP,
ADA, IADMFR, EADMFR, AKFOS (Association of Forensic Odontostomatology in the DGZMK),
IDKO (Disaster Victim Identity Commission, Germany), with missions in Thailand 2005.

CBCT and esthetic dentistry – a clinical approach

Oral radiography was first used within weeks after the initial discovery of Xradiation
and its ability to penetrate human tissues by W.C. Roentgen in 1895.
Today the use of X-radiation is an integral part of clinical dentistry. Intraoral and
panoramic radiographs are the basic imaging techniques used in dentistry and
are quite often the only imaging techniques required for the detection of dental
pathology. Other extraoral examinations include cephalograms, which are
used mainly for orthodontic assessment. All these conventional imaging methods
are available in digital format in addition to a film-based system. Regardless
of the technique, plain radiography provides only a two-dimensional (2D) view
of complicated three-dimensional (3D) structures. Successful oral rehabilitation
requires accurate preoperative surgical planning. The use of dedicated imaging
techniques to assist a therapeutically planning, bases on the patient’s need
as determined by the clinical presentation and professional judgment, defined
by the individual clinician’s need for information. Specific considerations should
include clinical complexity, regional anatomic considerations, potential risk of
complications and esthetic considerations in the location of implants. For the
prosthetic treatment, it is important to predict the condition of the jaws, the
teeth as well as the position of a future implant in the jaw as accurately as possible.
Nowadays, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) plays a vital role
in modern oral implant surgery. Since the 1990s (Arai et al. 1999) CBCT is becoming
more commonly used in dentistry. It offers a relatively lowered radiation
dose compared to classic computed tomography (CT) (Ludlow & Ivanovic
2008), the possibility of three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction in combination
with virtual implant planning, and is supposed to become even more widespread
in the future. More than 20 software programs are on the market today (Neugebauer
et al. 2010), which enable the practitioner to plan an implant’s prospective
position in a virtual reality environment using digital 3D image data. Often,
lab-side resin splints or duplicated prosthesis are used during image acquisition
for the implant planning procedure. After the software based planning process,
drilling guides are manufactured by perforation and fixation of guiding sleeves
in the intended position and angulation. In some systems, the radiological guide
and the surgical template are two physically different (stereolithographic manufactured)
subjects, which are nevertheless based on the same image data and
intended to have exactly the same position inside the patient’s mouth. During
the whole process from the production of the splint, the scanning, the planning,
the production of the drilling guide and the surgical intervention itself contain
many steps, which have to be followed carefully. The purpose of this presentation
is to evaluate the use of CBCT in dentistry, to evaluate its accuracy and
reproducibility in the pre – peri – and postoperative surgical treatment, and to
show the benefits for the patient, the clinician and the dental laboratory.

Professor Georgia Trimpou, DMD, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Oral Surgery and Implantology, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine at J.W. Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

1995 -2000: Study of oral medicine and operative dentistry at the National and Kapodistrian
University of Athens/Greece; Since 2000 – Scientific assistant in J.W. Goethe-University of
Frankfurt: – Advanced education in prosthetic dentistry in the J.W.Goethe-University of Frankfurt
/ Main (Germany), – Principle investigator of the prospective clinical trial: “Long term
evaluation of double crown implant retained overdentures with prefabricated primary and
secondary crowns of the Ankylos®-System”; Since 2003 – Lecturer postgraduate program
of implant prosthodontics at the J.W.Goethe-University of Frankfurt / Main (Germany); Since
2006 – Receive of PhD from the University of Frankfurt/Main. The thesis is titled “Long-term
clinical trial of implant retained double crown based overdentures by using pre-fabricated primary
and secondary components of the Ankylos® – implant system”. – Principle investigator
of the prospective clinical trial: “Long term evaluation of CAD/CAM manufactured, full-ceramic
crowns and bridges retained on full-ceramic abutments”. Since 2008 – Assistant Professor,
Department of Oral Surgery and Implantology, Dental School, J.-W. University of Frankfurt.
Since 2014 – Qualified Specialist in Prosthetics with Further Education of DGPro.

Immediate prosthetic management of the periimplant soft tissue: current conventional and digital protocols

The soft tissue appearance is a key factor for success in implantology; however
a harmonious integration of the implant restored teeth is not always predictable.
Focused both on conventional and digital workflows this presentation aims
to introduce prosthetic interventions before, during and directly after implant
insertion for optimization of the esthetic outcome.

Professor Jorg Neugebauer, DMD, PhD
Interdisciplinary Outpatient Department for Oral Surgery and Implantology at Cologne University, Germany. Private Clinic Landsberg am Lech. Chair Clinical Innovations Committee, Academy of Osseointegration, USA

Dental degree University Heidelberg, Several years occupation in dental device industry, final
position director R&D Implantology, specialisation oral surgery, then consultant Interdisciplinary
Outpatient Dep. for Oral Surgery and Implantology at Cologne University, director Prof.
Dr. Dr. J.E. Zöller, since August 2010 private dental clinic Dres. Dres Bayer, Kistler Elbertzhagen
and colleagues, Landsberg am Lech and teaching and research appointment University Cologne.
Chair Clinical Innovations Committee, Academy of Osseointegration, USA. Research
Topic Reliability of dental implant treatment, antimicrobial photodynamic therapy, Cone Beam
CT, Surigical Guides, Ceramic Implants

Angled implant placement to avoid grafting procedures in combination with immediate loading on a reduced number of implants

Periodontal compromised patients refuse dental treatment, due to the fear of
removable and uncomfortable prosthetic reconstruction. Also, the proposed
grafting techniques are resulting in unknown post-operative discomfort. The
placement of implants for fixed restorations without grafting procedures requires
a detailed preoperative planning and the possibility to reduce the risk
of complication especially for immediate implant placement. Immediate loading
with tilted implants requires components, which are optimized for angulated
implant treatment. In the last years clinical experience has shown that the
adjunctive treatment with the antimicrobial photodynamic treatment reduces
significantly the risk of wound healing disturbances. Immediate loading in the
combination with three-dimensional planning and prefabricated components
is possible directly after surgery and is the prerequisite for a long-term stable
restoration. Comprehensive augmentation procedures are not necessary, which
results in a very high patient acceptance, due to the reduced surgical efforts.
The SKY fast & fixed-System in combination with the Helbo-Disinfections shows
a reliable procedure for the edentulous or nearly edentulous patient in the mandible
and maxilla with a fixed implant borne superstructure.

Dr. Andreas Barbetseas, DMD
Private Clinic Periodontology and Surgical Implantology, Athens, Greece
Fellow and a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)

Dr. Andreas Barbetseas graduated from the Dental School of the University of Athens in
Greece in 2005. He received specialty training in Surgical and Prosthetic Implantology in the
Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry of New York University, USA under Professor
Dr. Dennis Tarnow (2008-2010). In 2010 he received the New York University’s Postgraduate
Research Award for his postgraduate research on the peri-implant soft tissue. During
his graduate studies he was exposed to the full range of the Periodontal and Peri-implant
Microsurgery, and the doctor’s main clinical interest is the maximization of Aesthetics in the
dental treatment with the application of microsurgical techniques in periodontal and implant
care. He is a Fellow and a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists
(ICOI). Dr. Barbetseas is a founder and administrator of the SDA Study Club (Specialized Dentistry
of Athens), one of the most successful study clubs in Greece on Oral Implantology and
Aesthetic Dentistry. He gives lectures nationally and internationally on Implantology and Oral
Microsurgery. The doctor was the winner of the 1st Bego Clinical Case Award in 2013, as the
clinician with the winning clinical case in this international clinical competition in Implantology.
His practice is limited in Periodontology and Surgical Implantology.

Aesthetics based on the use of Biology – Overcoming the Conventional Limits

On an everyday basis, implantologists that continuously strive for aesthetic excellence
have to deal with the multiple limitations of the hard and soft tissue
preservative and regenerative techniques. It seems that achieving a perfect aesthetic
result, especially in cases of multiple missing teeth, is at least not predictable.
The lecture will initially guide the audience through the most important
parts of the literature toward the understanding of the biological principles that
govern the outcomes of a post-extraction aesthetic case. The Socket – Shield
technique will then be introduced as an alternative that could be a solution to
the compromise that clinicians have been forced to accept, when treating cases
that require perfection. Using Biology can help us to overcome the conventional
limits.

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