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13 October 2017

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LECTURE ADDRESS:

Kampusu 600-lecia Odnowienia UJ

Biblioteka Nauk Przyrodniczych

Gronostajowa str. 7

Cracow, Poland

08.00 - 09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00 - 09.30

PIOTR MAJEWSKI, D.D.S., M.D., Ph.D.

WELCOME

09.30 - 12.00

DENTAL IMPLANT PROBLEMS & CAUSUES OF FAILURE.

INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH FOR TREATING

THE ESTHETICALLY COMPROMISED PATIENT

 

PROF. DENNIS TARNOW

The treatment planning of complex cases requires the highest level of knowledge and skill of the treating team.  It is an orchestration of procedures including proper sequencing and timing that makes the difference. An envisionment of the final case before starting is required to know where the goal of treatment will be directed.  This, in conjunction with the patients needs and clinical situation comprise the decision-making process for what is the best treatment for the patient.  

 

Problems facing the team such as:

·      Which teeth to save or extract?

·      Should implants be placed immediately or in a delayed protocol?

·      Should multiple implants be placed in the aesthetic zone?

·      When and how to include orthodontics if needed for sight development

·      Should pink ceramic be used or should ridge augmentation be performed?

·      Should the case be splinted or broken up into separate bridges or individual teeth?

·      How to provisionalize the case throughout treatment

·      When to immediate load cases versus do a serial extraction case

 

These concerns will be addressed in this interdisciplinary approach to our most challenging cases.

12.00 - 13.00

LUNCH

13.00 - 15.30

PROF. DENNIS TARNOW

Second part of lecture.

15.30 - 16.00

COFFEE BREAK

16.00 - 18.00

PANEL DISCUSSION

Dr. PIOTR MAJEWSKI & Prof. DENNIS TARNOW

Program includes lectures and comunication with audience.

20.00 - 02.00

CEIA Evening & 85 Years of Dental Depot Wasio

14 October 2017

09.30 - 10.00

REGISTRATION

10.00 - 10.45


ALLEGENIC BONE FOR PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF IMPLANT TREATMENT COMPLICATIONS.

KORNEL KRASNY, DDS, PhD

Growing esthetic demands of patients and dynamic development of tissue engineering products motivate for more implant surgeries in more demanding and challenging anatomical and clinical situations. Therefore more often we have to deal with treatment failures and demands of angry patients. Proper planning, selection of reliable materials and augmentative techniques can prevent serious medical, esthetic, emotional and legal consequences. The authors Prof. Andrzej Wojtowicz, Dr. Marta Krasny (DDS, PhD) present own cases where allogenic bone was used for ridge augmentation and repair of defects due to previous post-op complications. 

10.45 - 11.00

COFFEE BREAK

11.00 - 13.00

HOW TO TURN A NIGHTMARE IN A SWEET DREAM ?

FRANCESCO AMATO, DDS, MD, PhD

Some dramatic surgical and prosthetic complications will be shown and how to solve them and prevent them will be described. In each case will be analyzed the cause that leaded to the esthetic, surgical or prosthetic failure,   in order to give to the clinician practical suggestions to avoid such complications and instructions to solve the problem will be given to help to reach the success.

13.00 - 14.00

LUNCH

14.00 - 15.30

PROSTHETICALLY RELATED COMPLICATIONS IN IMPLANT DENTISTRY

 

PROF. ROBERTO COCCHETTO, DDS, MD

 

The way we restore our  dental implants may have a relevant impact on the short and long term clinical success.  Common prosthetic complications like screw loosening are easily prevented just following controlled tightening procedures. Theefore the  lecture will  mostly address  more interesting and important  issues like periimplant pathologies determined by inaccurate cementation protocols and the increasing evidence of  esthetic and functional problems due to the tridimensional  modification of the bone adiacent to implants in the adult patients.

15.30 - 15.45

COFFEE BREAK

15.45 - 16.30

 

DIFFICULT AND COMPLICATED CLINICAL SITUATIONS REQUIRING REPARATIONS AND REGENERATION TO CONTINUE TREATING IMPLANT.

RADOSŁAW JADACH, DDS

Author on examples from his own practice provides solutions to difficult and complex clinical problems. Among them are examples of improperly implanted implants that had to be removed to be able to continue therapy, large losses soft and hard tissue after traumatic extractions and suppurative complications after surgery performed properly.

16.30 - 17.15

 

PROCEDURES OF RECONSTRUCTION OF THE ALVEOLAR PROCESS AND ORTHOGNATHIC SURGERY. 

KONRAD WALERZAK, MD, PhD

 

Contemporary dentistry is today at a special point of development: clinical trials, dental material possibilities are beginning to approach the plateau, thus limiting the prospect of further revitalizing thrilling and inspirational physicians and patients. The achievable goal has been to be able to provide every qualified patient with complete denture restoration based on permanent restorations that completely restore the functions of the stomatognathic system. This requires, however, a multistage, correlated multi-specialty treatment, respectively. This situation creates a space for a retrospective assessment of patients' outcomes in a broader perspective than previously and perhaps gives us the opportunity to develop a new approach to our workplace.

The above proposal, however, requires an open discussion leading to the development of a different organization of work with the establishment of individual treatment goals. The neglected or treated issues related to working with the patient resulting from his empowerment, such as understanding his needs, defining his mental structure, financial possibilities, and the medical side, such as the dentist's know-how, his or her capacity, and limitations may be appearance of non-determinant determinants of treatment. The clinical material presented with multi-specialty implant-based reconstructions in patients with face skeletal defects is the result of collaborative treatment not limited to the consultation of many specialists, but conscious, active and team involvement.

17.15 - 18.00

PANEL DISCUSSION.

DR. FRANCESCO AMATO, PROF. ROBERTO COCCHETTO, DR. RADOSŁAW JADACH, DR. KONRAD WAKLERZAK, DR. PIOTR MAJEWSKI.

Contact persons

Beata Czekaj                                                             Magdalena Taraszkiewicz

Education Manager                                                   Education Support

Dental Depot Wasio                                                   Dental Depot Wasio

beata@dental-depot.com                                           magdalena.taraszkiewicz@dental-depot.com

Tel. +48 71 335 70 76                                                Tel. +48 71 335 70 73

Mobile +48 501 286 401

 

LECTURE ADDRESS

Kampusu 600-lecia Odnowienia UJ

Biblioteka Nauk Przyrodniczych

Gronostajowa str. 7

Cracow, Poland

Payment

PAYMENTS:                                                                             ADDRESS:

Dental Depot Wasio                                                                  Dental Depot Wasio

SWIFT: BREX PL PW WRO                                                      al Lipowa 32

IBAN: PL                                                                                   53-124 Wroclaw, Poland

 

Account number:

PL 66 1140 1140 0000 2062 4200 1002 for Euro

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Registration

Registrations for groups and any further information concerning symposium, hotel, restaurants, etc., please write to ceia@ceia.pl 

Early registration promotion: ceia@ceia.pl

 

We are ready to send you an offer for hotels, transport, and entertainment for all attendees and their accompanying persons.

 

For groups over 20 people we can organize a service of simultaneous translation. The interpreter, his fee, stay, and flight are the costs of the group promoter.

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