Agenda

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Master Course in Esthetic Implant Dentistry An interactive 3-day course with Live Surgeries and Hands-on Workshops
Prof. Dr. Daniel Buser, Dept. of Oral Surgery and Stomatology, zmk bern, University of Bern (course director) Prof. Dr. em. Urs C. Belser, Dept. of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, zmk bern, University of Bern (course director) Prof. Dr. Dieter D. Bosshardt, Robert K. Schenk Laboratory for Oral Histology, zmk bern, University of Bern Prof. Dr. Thomas von Arx, Dept. of Oral Surgery and Stomatology, zmk bern, University of Bern PD Dr. Vivianne Chappuis, Dept. of Oral Surgery and Stomatology, zmk bern, University of Bern PD Dr. Julia-Gabriela Wittneben, Dept. of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, zmk bern, University of Bern Dr. Ramona Buser, Dept. of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology, zmk bern, University of Bern Dr. Simone Janner, Dept. of Oral Surgery and Stomatology, zmk bern, University of Bern
Daten
05.09.2018 - 07.09.2018
Ort
School of Dental Medicine, Freiburgstrasse 7, 3010 Bern André Schroeder Auditorium
Sprache
englisch
Veranstalter
Mr. U. Nacht CCDE Office Center for Continuing Dental Education Marktgasse 7 3011 Bern Phone +41 31 312 4 312 Fax +41 31 312 4 314 ueli.nacht@ccde.ch
Beschreibung

Course objectives

For many years now, implant esthetics has been a dominating topic in implant dentistry in partially edentulous patients. In the anterior maxilla, the rehabilitation of patients with implant supported restorations is challenging for involved clinicians due to the high esthetic demand expressed by patients, and a difficult anatomical situation with bone and/or soft tissue deficiencies, which are often present in the anterior maxilla. This interactive 3-day CE course has been established more than 15 years ago for experienced colleagues in implant dentistry. It systematically presents the well documented treatment concepts for the handling of single tooth gaps or extended edentulous spaces in the anterior maxilla of partially edentulous patients. These concepts have been developed in more than 25 years by our group providing successful outcomes with high predictability and a low risk for complica- tions. All relevant aspects of treatment planning, step-by-step surgical procedures and prosthetic rehabilitation with provisional and definitive restorations will be presented and discussed. The speakers will present the biologic basis for current surgical and prosthetic procedures in various lectures. The different surgical tech- niques including bone augmentation procedures with the GBR technique will be presented with different live surgeries.

In addition, two hands-on courses complement the course. SAC-Classification: Class A+C (advanced and complex).

 

Topics

• Welcome, objectives of the course and introduction into the topic of esthetics

• Oral anatomy and implant dentistry – The anterior maxilla

• Fundamental esthetic principles revisited in the context of anterior maxillary

implant restorations

• Esthetic risk assessment and basic surgical principles in the esthetic zone

• Bone healing in membrane protected defects: Bone grafts, bone substitutes

and barrier membranes

• Ridge and soft tissue alterations in post extraction sites

• Extraction technique in implant patients, socket grafting: When and how?

• Implant placement post extraction: When immediate, when early, when late?

• Early implant placement with simultaneous contour augmentation using GBR:

Surgical procedures and long-term results

• Soft tissue conditioning with provisional restorations

• Definitive restorations with ceramo-metal or full-ceramic crowns or bridges

• GBR procedures in complex situations

• Prosthetic handling of sites with multiple missing teeth

• How to use the Pink Power to overcome vertical tissue deficiencies

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