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Modern Trends in Implant Dentistry:Standardized - Individualized
Tue Oct 16, 2018 09:00 AM to 16:00 PM
abbasseya Cairo, Egypt
Digital media has become an integral part of daily life. In the same way, virtual-mediated applications play an essential role in the development of implant dental medicine. Digital technologies offer supplementary treatment options in the fields of diagn
Digital media has become an integral part of daily life. In the same way, virtual-mediated applications play an essential role in the development of implant dental medicine. Digital technologies offer supplementary treatment options in the fields of diagnostic imaging,
computer-assisted implant planning including guided placement, and intra-oral scanning as well as laboratory fabrication.
Digital implant impressions symbolize the link between the interface of oral surgery and prosthodontics. Therefore, intraoral scanning constitutes a major role in the development of a full digital implant workflow. The correct 3D detection of the implant platform position and the transfer of the supra-implant mucosa architecture are crucial for a successful treatment with predictable outcomes. Moreover, patient-centered outcomes are gaining importance in dental therapy concepts: clinical success of the overall treatment is assumed as self-evident; convenience-oriented strategies are in the focus of the patients with their growing claims.
Intended Learning Objectives:
- A current overview of treatment protocols in the field of digitalimplant dentistry. The main focus is highlighted on fixed implant restorations, starting with the virtual planning, guided insertion, intraoral scanning, and subsequently, the prosthodontic rehabilitation.
- Clinical workflows are shown step-by-step for monolithic single- as well as multi-unit implant reconstructions.
- Time / cost – analyses are presented for different treatment protocols comparing digital and conventional workflows.
- Biological understanding of the supra-implant mucosa architecture and the use of digital technologies in esthetic implant prosthodontics.
- The supra-implant mucosa architecture individually according to the digitalization of the extracted tooth’s contour or by the three-dimensional radiographic shape of the mirrored contra-lateral.
Prof. Dr. med. dent. Tim Joda, MSc
Head, Section for Digital Reconstructive Technology + Implant Dentistry [DiRecT+ID]
School of Dental Medicine Bern
Specialist in Prosthodontics (DGPro & EPA)
Specialist in Periodontology (DGP)
Specialist in Implant Dentistry (DGI)
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