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25 October 2018

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Interational Registration.

Please make online registration without payment. 

or use attached files registration form for Euro / Pounds and send on ceia@ceia.pl 

Thank you! CEIA Team

10.30 - 17.00

INNOVATIONS IN PERIODONTAL AND IMPLANT SURGICAL TECHNIQUES.

PROF. GIULIO RASPERINI

In the last years the aesthetic demand from the patients has become the biggest challenge in Periodontology as well as in implant dentistry. Join the hands on workshop and learn how to get the best result. Workshop for all dental implant specialists and every dentist who is involved to work with the dental implant patient.Course based only on practical tips and tricks. 

Participant will work on pig jaw with HF instruments, uder under the eye of prof. Giulio Rasperini. 

26 October 2018

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The annual Central European Implant Academy (CEIA) Symposium is held on 26-27th October 2018 in Krakow (Poland).  

 

This year a group of lecturers includes, among others, distinguished practitioner:

Prof. Stephen Chu - One of the best experts in prosthodontics in the world. He has published and co-authored numerous articles, textbooks and chapters at the international level, i. a.: The Fundamentals of Color: Shade Matching and Communication in Esthetic Dentistry, Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry: Principles Practice, Practical Procedures and Aesthetic Dentistry.

Authored of Aesthetic Gauges System (Chu’s Gauges) used by clinicians worldwide, which helps achieve beautiful restorations and provides patients with a natural-looking smile.

Prof. Sthepen Chu is a direct and long-time Associate of Professor Dennis Tarnow and specialises in Aesthetics of Fixed Prosthodontics supported with teeth and dental implants.

 

Prof. Marzena Dominiak  - Head of the Department of Oral Surgery, Medical University of Wroclaw. In 2015 became of Full Professor. President of the Polish Dental Association. The author of more than 200 full-text publications, book chapters and / or abstracts published in journals in Polish, English and German language. She is the editor and / or co-edited of 5 books in Polish and English ex: „Leczenie zespołowe w implantologii”, „New indications in aesthetic implantology” oraz „Esthetics in implantology”.

She was the head and / or co-author for a total of 40 research projects, including one of the EU, and 12 within international research projects supoorted by Camolg Foundation®, Osteology Foundation®, Osteohelth Company® and others. Author of 4 patents and patents application on methods of estimation and bone and soft tissue regeneration.

In 2016 President of Local Organizing Committee FDI 2016 in Poznań.

 

Prof. Gulio Rasperini, Ramfiord visiting assistant Professor University of Michigan, MI, USA. Professor in Periodontology, Dep. of Biomedical, Surgical and Dental Sciences, University of Milan, Milan, Italy.  Specialized in Orthodontics.

Member of the Editorial Board of the Int J Perio Res Dent; J of Impl and Advan Clin Dent; ad hoc reviewer: J Dent Res, J Periodontol, J Clin Periodontol, Clin Oral Impl Res, Int Dent J, Quintessence Interational.

Author of several publications focused on Periodontology and Implantology. Scopus Citation Index Feb 2015: over 1k, H Factor: 18.

Winner of few Awards for research focused on Periodontology and Implantology. Private Practice limited to Periodontics and Implant Therapy in Piacenza, Italy

 

and also:

Dr Nicola De Angelis

Dr Dario Castellaniego.

 

Scientific Chairman: Piotr Majewski.  D.D.S., M.D., Ph.D.

 

More information soon. 

08.00 - 09.00

REGISTRATION

09.00 - 09.30

WELCOME

PIOTR MAJEWSKI

09.30 - 10.30

INDICATIONS AND POSSIBILITIES OF USING LASERS FOR TREATMENT OF PERIIMPLANTITIS. 

PROF. MARZENA DOMINIAK

10.30 - 10.45

COFFEE BREAK

10.45 - 12.45

PERI-IMPLANTITIS: THE RESTORATIVE CONNECTION AND THE ROLE OF CONTOUR.

PROF. STEPHEN CHU

A view of the literature will be presented in regards to clinical criteria for initial marginal bone instability versus peri-implantitis. In addition, the impact of implant depth, cement versus screw-retained restorations, and restorative contour on marginal bone stability longitudinally will be expanded upon in this presentation.

12.45 - 13.45

LUNCH

13.45 - 15.15

IMMEDIATE TOOTH REPLACEMENT THERAPY (ITRT): PERIODONTAL - RESTORATIVE MANAGEMENT OF POSTEXTRACTIO SOCKETS WITH DENTOALVEOLAR DEFECTS.

PRPF. STEPHEN CHU

Current trends in implant therapy advocate clinical techniques thereby allowing treatment efficiency consisting of condensed clinical procedures, fewer patient appointments, and shortened overall treatment time. Even though there is overwhelming literature to support positive outcomes in regard to implant survival through immediate implant therapy and tooth replacement strategies, esthetics questions still loom, specifically how to handle multiple tooth sites in the esthetic zone.

This presentation will address the literature associated with management of multiple implants in the esthetic zone; specifically, treatment planning strategies with multiple tooth sites incorporating teeth, immediate implants with tooth replacement, and pontics in the esthetic zone as well as innovative devices and strategies in provisional restoration fabrication. In addition, new innovations in macro implant design to increase the incidence of screw-vs. cement-retained definitive restorations will be discussed.

15.15 - 15.30

COFFEE BREAK

15.30 - 16.30

TEETH, IMPLANTS AND PONTICS IN THE ESTHETIC ZONE.

PROF. STEPHEN CHU

Implant dentistry is continuously evolving offering new and more predictable forms of therapy with minimally invasive protocols. Innovative techniques now allow for better esthetics, decreased treatment times, and greater patient comfort. However, these new techniques and therapies continue to raise questions and concerns regarding the risk and rewards of each. Specifically, controversial issues regarding immediate postextraction socket implant placement in relationship to survival and esthetic outcomes. Immediate provisional restoration of immediate implants placed into healed [delayed] or augmented sites will be presented.

 
16.30 - 16.45

COFFEE BREAK

16.45 - 17.30

SUCCESS IN IMPLANTOLOGY BEYOND THE OSSEOINTEGRATION: PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF THE COMPLICATIONS.

DR NICOLA DE ANGELIS

Periodontal  disease is considered nowadays as the real contraindication for a successful implantology. Several studies report to avoid implants in periodontally compromised patients, but with a careful diagnosis and a strict follow up maintenance results can be quite predictable overtime.

In case of periimplant pathology it is crucial to understand the surface characteristics of the implant to assess the right protocol for the cleaning of the exposed threads. Particular attention will be given to the most modern approaches with lasers and other devices to remove the bacterial accumulation on the implant surface.

17.30 - 18.00

PANEL DISCUSSION 

PROF. S.CHU, PROF. G.RASPERINI, PROF. M.DOMINIAK, DR N. De ANGELIS.

20.00 - 01.30

CEIA Evening

27 October 2018

09.30 - 10.00

REGISTRATION

10.00 - 11.00

HOW TO DO PREPARE PERIODONTAL HEALTH AND HEALTH SOFT TISSUE BEFORE IMPLANT PLACEMENT. 

PROF. GULIO RASPERINI

In the last years the aesthetic demand from the patients has become the biggest challenge in Periodontology as well as in implant dentistry. Besides functional results is now important to achieve aesthetic success, particularly in the anterior areas, where the expectations of the patients are even higher. Implant placement must be done in mouth free of inflammation, and oral diseases previously treated and after an intense phase of motivation and instruction to the patients to eliminate or reduce the risk factors such as periodontal disease, smoking and diabetes. This preliminary phase is mandatory to pursue long term functional and aesthetic success. During the presentation the objectives that will be covered will focus on the stability of the hard and soft tissue around teeth and dental implants.

Patients satisfaction mandates acceptable management of esthetic zone, and of posterior areas therefore mutual selection must be complemented by soft tissue management in the form of incision design, and suturing technique that protects the healing of the procedure and results in maximizing the final outcome.

11.00 - 11.15

Lecture continuum: How to do prepare periodontal health and health soft tissue before implant placement.  

PROF. GULIO RASPERINI

11.15 - 13.15

Lecture cotinuum: How to do prepare periodontal health and health soft tissue before implant placement.  

PROF. GULIO RASPERINI

13.15 - 14.00

LUNCH

14.00 - 15.00

Lecture continuum: how to do prepare periodontal health and health soft tissue before implant placement.  

PROF. GULIO RASPERINI

15.00 - 16.00

LIGHTS AND SHADOWS ON IMPLANT-PROSTHESIS RETENTION.

DR. DARIO CASTELLANI

Both cement  and screw-retained prostheses have been validated in clinical studies, and each type of restoration  has particular advantages and disadvantages. Historically, screw-retained prostheses were widely used as restorations could be retrieved for evaluation of the underlying implants and repair of any possible complications.  Cemented restorations have become widely used as more esthetic restorations can be created.

Nowadays the awareness of risks linked to cementation has made more doubtful the choice. Among the screw-retained prosthesis, the double option of implant level vs abutment level entails a number of question. A thorough understanding of implant biomechanics makes it possible to optimize treatment planning and reduce any risk of functional complications and failures. The application of engineering knowledge in dentistry has contributed to an understanding of biomechanical aspects related to implantology, especially at the implant connection

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