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Unstable soft tissue seal at implants favors an inflammatory reaction that can lead to facial recession, pocket formation and loss of bone support. The more stable and tight the soft tissue seal, the more predictable the outcome of implant rehabilitation. A major criterion influenc...

CAD/CAM
Anterior implants
Posterior implants
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What do we know about cement?: How it flows, the proper amount and how hydraulic forces can lead to both hard and soft tissue destruction. Furthermore, how should we mitigate the risks of using cement?

This presentation will discuss why residual cement is considered a risk factor...

Prosthetic strategies
Peri-implantitis
Implant prosthetics
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The All-on-4® treatment concept has now become a routine, highly successful clinical procedure. However, there are a number of common surgical complications that can be avoided through proper planning and surgical technique. This lecture will address aspects of planning to avoid...

Radiology
Digital workflow
Edentulous treatments
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Achieving anterior implant esthetics is a challenging procedure. Understanding the biological and physiological limitations of the soft and hard tissues will facilitate predictability in simple to complex esthetic situations. This presentation will reflect on the past and current,

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Immediate implant placement
Anterior implants
Minimally invasive procedures
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In Dr. Bertil Friberg’s presentation, he discusses ways in which treatment protocols can be improved to the benefit of the patient.  Dr. Friberg focuses on developments in the field of implant dentistry.  One advancement is implant surface modification; he discusses its impact on...

Implant surfaces
Bone grafting and regeneration
Sinus augmentation
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The success of the dental implant is intimately related to how the soft tissues respond prior to, during, and after restoration. The restoring clinician is involved with all these aspects and must fully understand the consequences of his or her choices and actions. Soft-tissue heal...

Radiology
Prosthetic strategies
Peri-implantitis
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The etiology of complex chronic infections like peri-implantitis demand a multi-causality model to explain the condition. Peri-implantitis is not always caused by pathogens. Dr Quirynen reviews that peri-implantitis can be caused by more than one causal mechanism, that every causal...
Peri-implantitis
Systemic factors
Success & failure
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In this lecture, Dr Langer reviews implant dentistry over a 30 years time frame with almost 40.000 implants placed, and underlining with comprehensive literature support, with a focus on the treatment objectves predictability, beauty and longevity. The lecture discusses aspects of...
Radiology
Implant designs
Implant surfaces
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Cementation procedures and materials have been reported to cause complications in implant prosthetics, mainly inflammation around the implant due to cement material excess. Cementation procedures are a complex system, not all the dimensions of which seem to be fully understood and...
Radiology
Peri-implantitis
Implant prosthetics
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Dr Jemt reviews experiences with dental implants from the Brånemark clinic since 1985 till today, including 11.000 patients and 40.000 implants placed, and earlier experiences from the Gothenburg group since 1965. In their long-term follow up, the Branemark clinic team focusses on...

Radiology
Implant surfaces
Peri-implantitis
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Scientific and clinical evidence on how many implants need to be placed, have evolved over time. 6 or more implants being the standard years ago, today 4 implants can be considered standard of care for the mandible and in most cases also for the maxilla, with the All-on 4 concept...
Edentulous treatments
Immediate loading / provisionalization
Success & failure
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The lecture discusses in how far the assessment of marginal bone can be a suitable measure for bone integrity and implant oesseointegration. Dr Koka reviews aspects of definition of bone quality and the concept of osseo-sufficiency, and shows that we still are influenced by biases...
Implant surfaces
Peri-implantitis
Systemic factors
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Distinguishing normal and abnormal marginal bone behaviour around osseointegrated implants is a complex and controversial topic. Dr Chvartszaid reviews why this distinction is difficult, and discusses topics such as the existence of multiple proposed etiologies, deficiencies in...
Peri-implantitis
Aftercare / follow up
Systemic factors
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The lecture raises the discussion about overtreatment of natural teeth or alternatively also with implants. Dr Walton introduces his thoughts as a 'tale of caution'. Is ongoing treatment of severely structurally or periodontally compromised teeth - 'herodontics' - still justified...
Patient assessment
Success & failure
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The lecture reviews and compares a data pool with almost 40.000 implants placed in an over 20 year time period. Dr Laureen Langer concludes that there are high and equivalent survival rates and no statistical differences between immediate and delayed placement, and that the...
Radiology
Implant designs
Immediate implant placement