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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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Rehabilitation with implants in the posterior maxilla is challenging due to the rapid reduction of the available bone which is the result of physiological resorption of the alveolar process together with increased pneumatisation of the maxillary sinus. Augmentation of the sinus...

Implant designs
Posterior implants
Implants in compromised sites
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Due to bone resorbtion in atrophic maxillary cases, low bone density and reduced bone height is commonly presented in the posterior region. Different techniques have been used to solve these cases, with or without bone augmentation. The pterygomaxillary region has been found to...

Radiology
CAD/CAM
Implant designs
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In this presentation different ways to treat severe cases will be presented. The presentation will focus on the rationale and long term results for sinus elevation and implant placement in the extremely resorbed maxillae.

 

 

Dr. Patrick Palac

Radiology
Immediate implant placement
Posterior implants
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The success of immediate loading expanded the clinical basis for restorations in the early postoperative period. On the other hand, there is no doubt that in order to ensure the stability of the soft tissues and to reduce bone remodeling, it is necessary to minimize manipulations...

Radiology
Guided Surgery
CAD/CAM
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Dental implant treatments are constantly evolving in order to improve harmonious esthetic integration. This lecture will focus on a new concept, On1, allowing biological advantages in the fragile soft-tissue implant /restoration interface. Avoiding disturbance of the biologic space...

Prosthetic strategies
Prosthetic materials
Implant prosthetics
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In order for a patient to receive a properly placed implant with a functional and esthetically successful restoration, the clinician must be aware of the anatomical limitations of the maxillo-mandibular complex.  

The goal of this presentation is to provide the clinician with...

Radiology
Immediate implant placement
Edentulous treatments
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Narrow spaces, especially in the aesthetic zone, have always been challenging for implant placement. Anatomic hard tissue reconstruction before implant placement is a pre-requisite in case of deficiency. At the time of implant placement, surgical guides in the past were not adapted...

Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
Anterior implants
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Grafting options in the edentulous maxilla include autografts, allografts and heterografts. Complications for sinus grafting include membrane perforations, sinusitis and graft resorption. Onlay/ inter-positional bone grafts and GBR have resorption rates ranging from 10%-50%, graft...

Edentulous treatments
Implants in compromised sites
Bone grafting and regeneration
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Guided bone regeneration (GBR) is a well established technique for horizontal alveolar ridge augmentation. Since the first publications in the early 1980’s extensive research was carried out focusing on different membranes, grafting materials, and timing of implant placement, as...

Implants in compromised sites
Bone grafting and regeneration
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This lecture will reveal an amazing treatment journey extending the boundaries of minimally invasive guided surgery and prosthetics. NobelClinician integrated digital workflow provides a systematic comprehensive approach to the esthetic zone and to the transition of terminal dentit...

Radiology
Digital workflow
Guided Surgery
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The lecture will highlight results generated with newly developed sampling and analytical platforms, including studies with systematic alterations of implant surface properties, morphological, ultrastructural, biomechanical and genomic/proteomic techniques. The hypothesis is that...

Implant surfaces
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Guided bone regeneration as a concept and in practice has been prevalent for many years and has yielded scientific evidence useful to assist the clinician in choosing the right technique for the right clinical situation. In this presentation, basic principles of guided bone...

Implants in compromised sites
Bone grafting and regeneration
Sinus augmentation
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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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Is a failing implant a red flag scenario in the learning curve?

 

With the explosive penetration of implantology in the dental community, we are more often confronted with complications and failing implants. Corrections and re-treatment are difficult and time consuming. Inadequate...

Anterior implants
Soft tissue management
Anterior hard & soft tissue management