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Aesthetic Congress 1-2-3

Date: 12-13-14 October

Venue: F pavilon, 1. room

Presenters: Dr. Volom András, Dr. Angelo Sognalia, Dr. Kovács Tamás, Dr. Stevan Kopanja, Dr. Marleen Peumans, Dr. Simone Grandini, Dr. Csillag Mária, Dr. Forster András, Dr. Fráter Márk, Dr. Segatto Angyalka, Dr. Carlos Fernandez Villares, Dr. Caroline Werkhoven, Dr. Mindaugas Kudelis, Dr. Dan Patroi

Tutor

Dr. Volom András

12 October


Dr. Volom András

Opening

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9:30 - 10:00

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„Azt gondolom, hogy a fejlődést nem lehet megállítani, és bár az alkotó szellemet nem lehet persze gépekkel helyettesíteni, minden arrafelé hat, hogy a különféle digitális technológiák még inkább átszövik a fogászat minden ágát. Az intraorális szkennerek, a CAD/CAM technológia, a 3D printing, a digitális artikulátorok további fejlődésével ezek a vívmányok már a rendelőben elérhetőek lesznek, és rutinszerű alkalmazásuk még pontosabbá fogja tenni a mindennapi munkát.”

Dr. Angelo Sognalia

The management of adhesive restorations: Direct or Indirect, tips and tricks to achieve Aesthetics and Function

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10:00 - 11:00

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The success of modern restorative dentistry originates from a variety of factors, where aesthetics, marginal fit, and function are equally important. In the present study, the correct proportions of aesthetics and smile design will be discussed. Likewise, the ideal relationship between restored teeth and periodontal tissue as well as the relationship between teeth and the surrounding tissues of the oral cavity will be discussed. As explained earlier, the success of modern restorative dentistry is not only aesthetics: Our restoration should last over time, and should respect the principles of biomechanics. It is essential to be able to correctly choose the proper restoration when looking at a particular clinical case. Therefore we will first analyse the guidelines for choosing a direct or indirect restoration. After this we will discuss, step by step, the outline form and the finish line of direct composite restorations. The composite layering by addition of increments and the anatomy of direct composite restorations. We will also concentrate on the design and the outline form of the indirect composite restorations, as well as the cavofinish line, with particular attention to the cementation with resin cements in the posterior areas.

Dr. Kovács Tamás

Art and science of treatment planing in full mouth rehabilitations

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11:30-13:00

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Before every big step in our life we need to think and plan everything very detailed. Why would be a full mouth reconstruction in our patients mouth an exception? Time for planing will of course dramatically decrease with experience, but we have to make our planning protocol concise, predictable and the workflow very similar every time. That will lead us and our patients to much less stress in complex cases. In my lecture I would like to show you the whole workflow from patient’s entering the practice, through detailed clinical examination with X-rays, photographs, functional-aesthetic analysis etc., followed by patient’s acceptance one of the offered treatment plans. I will describe you the way of our communication with our patients regarding to their chief complaints, real dental problems, how-when- how long-how much? I am planing to show you the way of digital communication with patients and dental technicians (much more “mathematic” way of DSD, than emotional). After my lecture I hope that I will able to open your eyes to see full mouth rehabilitations much easier, which will lead your team to much more relaxed, successful and reliable therapies.

Dr. Stevan Kopanja

Direct restoration of subgingival class II

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15:00 - 16:15

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“In daily practice we see and deal with a lot of problem regarding class II: iatrogenic injury of adjascent teeth, open contacts or wrong position of contact point, overhangs of material, hiperplastic soft tissue, flat profiles,
tear of rubberdam or impossibility to place, matrix deformation, symetry and hierarchy of head to head class II, fracture and chipping of composite, discoloration of margins and surface of composite, post op sensitivity …

On lecture and hands on training I will present and explain You how to solve all this problems on most difficult subgingival cases from my daily practice.
Focus will be on matrixing and wedging process, and how to achieve 3 things: perfect emergence profile, curved aproximal contour, and strong contact zone.

Also, I will present You how to make perfect rubberdam isolation, how to make silk smooth composite surface, and how to modify class II preparation regarding marginal finishing.

Lecture and hands on training will have full case presentation [photos and radiographs] for more then 20 most diffucult cases like: subgingival distal class II on second molar when there is no adjascent tooth, class II with malpositioned adjasent tooth and “”S”” curved aproximal surface, subgingival concave margins.

Every part of lecture will have different case for presentation.”

Dr. Stevan Kopanja

Direct restoration of subgingival class II

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16:40 - 18:00

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“In daily practice we see and deal with a lot of problem regarding class II: iatrogenic injury of adjascent teeth, open contacts or wrong position of contact point, overhangs of material, hiperplastic soft tissue, flat profiles,
tear of rubberdam or impossibility to place, matrix deformation, symetry and hierarchy of head to head class II, fracture and chipping of composite, discoloration of margins and surface of composite, post op sensitivity …

On lecture and hands on training I will present and explain You how to solve all this problems on most difficult subgingival cases from my daily practice.
Focus will be on matrixing and wedging process, and how to achieve 3 things: perfect emergence profile, curved aproximal contour, and strong contact zone.

Also, I will present You how to make perfect rubberdam isolation, how to make silk smooth composite surface, and how to modify class II preparation regarding marginal finishing.

Lecture and hands on training will have full case presentation [photos and radiographs] for more then 20 most diffucult cases like: subgingival distal class II on second molar when there is no adjascent tooth, class II with malpositioned adjasent tooth and “”S”” curved aproximal surface, subgingival concave margins.

Every part of lecture will have different case for presentation.”

13 October


Dr. Marleen Peumans

Mimicking nature with a simplified composite system

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9:30 - 11:00

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Composite is considered worldwide as the first choice material for direct restorations in anterior and posterior region. The main advantage is their minimal invasiveness, and that an esthetic result can be obtained with a favorable cost for the patient.  Nowadays, the ultimate goal is to imitate the natural tooth as perfect as possible. To realize this current composite materials have an arsenal of shades and opacities that is too extensive for most dentists. In addition, the technique to use these different opacities and shades in a correct proportion and layering technique is too complicated. So, there is certainly a need to simplify the shade system. This is possible taking into account the natural aging process of the tooth. With aging the translucency and chroma of natural enamel and dentin increases. Essentia (GC) is a recently introduced simplified composite system that takes into account this aging process. It contains 7 standard shades: 3 dentins (light, medium and dark), and 2 enamels (light, dark), a masking liner and a universal shade with an optimized blending effect. In addition, special effects can be created with 4 modifiers (opalescent modifier, white, brown and black stains). Dentin and enamel shades have a different composition. While dentin shades are optimized for a higher scattering effect mimicking that of the natural dentin, enamel shades are designed for a higher translucency with a very high polishability and gloss retention.  As will be demonstrated step by step in clinical cases, the clinical outcome of this simplified material is reaching high standards, with naturally blending restorations that integrate harmonically in the mouth.

Dr. Marleen Peumans

Latest technology in direct composite restorations

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11:30 - 13:00

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During the last 25 years there has been a real evolution in adhesive dentistry, by which the number of treatment possibilities has expanded seriously. On the one hand we have the direct composite restorations. Initially, they were indicated for simple restorations where enough of the natural tooth structure was left to serve as a reference to make a nice esthetic composite build up (Class I, II, III, IV, V). On the other hand we have the indirect adhesive restorations (facings, inlays, onlays, partial crowns) that are preferred in more complex cases and if the patient wants a superior esthetic and more durable result. However, nowadays the clinical indications for direct composite restorations are stretched to more complex situations (e.g correction of tooth color, form and/or position, treatment of generalized tooth wear). In addition, the use of fibre-reinforced composite materials allows the dentist to make a direct cusp or crown-build-up and replace missing teeth. The main advantage of direct composite restorations is their minimal invasiveness, and that a highly clinically acceptable esthetic result can be obtained with a favorable cost for the patient. Repair of direct composite restorations is also quite easy by which their lifespan can be extended. In this lecture, different types of direct composite restorations will be covered going from the more simple restorations to the more complex restorations. The clinical procedure, the expectations regarding durability will be discussed based on clinical experience and the results of (long-term) clinical trials.  In addition, the factors determining the success and failure of these different adhesive restorations will be highlighted.

Prof. Dr. Simone Grandini

A rational workflow for aesthetic restoration in anteriors

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15:00 - 16:30

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Adhesive technologies have contributed to changing the way dentists conceive restorations in dentistry. Due to the improvements of materials and techniques, it is now possible to perform minimal preparations and to restore aesthetic appeal and function with a low biological and financial cost. Reparability of resin composites is also highly appreciated as this allows restorations to be easily redone should the result not be perfect in the first stage. Resin composites can be used in the daily routine for direct and indirect procedures, veneering, restoration of traumatized and endodontically teeth. Moreover, performing aesthetic dentistry is nowadays one of the main goals of our profession. Patients are aware of the new technologies, and require treatments that are highly aesthetic, minimally invasive, repairable and not too expensive. Resin composite restorations can fulfill all these requirements. However, the correct protocols have to be implemented to achieve clinical success and obtain invisible restorations. Multidisciplinary treatment planning is most often the key to success: many patients need a combination of different treatments to solve their problems. It is extremely important to combine the skills of several specialists to establish the most constructive treatment plan so as to ensure the best possible result for the patient.

Dr. Dan Patroi

All ceramic veneers: from simple to complex

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16.30 - 18.00

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Today, the desire for a natural esthetic smile is a powerful reason for a visit to the dentist as the esthetic revolution in dentistry is a fact. With this revolution comes a lot of opportunities for any dentist who is willing to learn the principles of teeth function and smile design. To restore a beautiful smile does not mean trying and guessing, mistakes and corrections, it means learning those principles that are compatible with predictable long term results, comfort and function. There is a learnable process for every restored tooth concerning its position, contour, inclination, color and shade. If this process is understood and followed, there will be no reason to end up with teeth that look artificial or are uncomfortable or unstable. It does not matter if we are talking about veneers, crowns, table-tops or implants. It is all the same. There is one material available today that ensure us with the life-like appearance of the restored teeth: IPS e.max, so there is no question about what material should we use, no matter what kind of a restorations will we do. Thus the key for success is simple: just follow the principles of teeth function and smile design, take under consideration the patient wishes and do it all with IPS e.max.

14 October


Dr. Csillag Mária

Read the face and plan it digitally. Smylist method.

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9:30 - 10:15

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In our days, the digital design and dental techniques are developing at a rapid pace. We are learning and moving with the time to provide the best dental solutions. The need of our patients also changes. They wish better, more aesthetics, more comfortable, more accurate and harmonious dental works. We may not think that genetics provides us everything to meet these needs. We just have to look at the face and understand how the muscles, wrinkles, function, smile, beauty and ageing relate to the mandible position. Moreover, how we can influence posture and sense of wellbeing. Also, how we can revitalise and rejuvenate the face with dental interventions and how we might make mistakes. Would you think that the alpha and omega of all is the mandible?
The lecture gives answers to several details. For instance, how we can plan our dental work consciously, digitally in 3D dimension using CAD-CAM, according to the Smylist® method.

Dr. Forster András

The Clinically optimized principles of the usage of composites

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10:15 - 11:00

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By examining the usage principles of composite restorative materials, we can discover numerous of steps what defined itself as axiom in the protocols – even since decades – but if we overthink it more it turns out, that it’s about unnecessary or other way feasible steps. The presentation is examining these steps and seeking to offer alternatives which are making the usage of the composites more efficient in the everyday praxis by the simplicity, reproductively and treatment time reduction.

Dr. Fráter Márk

The reinforcing effect of the posterior biomimetic restorations: myth or reality?

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11:00 - 11:45

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Currently there is visible an explosive development in the adhesive dentistry. Newer and newer materials are available and new techniques are emerging. The today’s dentists could feel themselves a little bit confused, as the companies and also the performers exclusively prefer their own techniques and materials. Professional recommendation which would go into the details do not exist at the moment. It has became already clear, that the adhesively fixed restorations have the potential to strengthen the teeth, but whether they redeem their hopes, depends mainly on the used material(s) and on that how well the operator understands the biomechanical behaviour of a healthy and weakened tooth. The presentation introduce and prioritize in an evidence-based approach the different restorative techniques in case of different cavity dimensions.

Dr. Segatto Angyalka

Objective and subjective value judgement of esthetic rehabilitation

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11:45 - 12:30

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The word “aesthetics” is derived from the Greek aisthetikos meaning perception by senses. This word has also become an integral part of the dental terminology recently.  Nowadays praxes intend to distinguish themselves from other praxes using the “aesthetic dentistry” marking. If we take into consideration Kant’s definition on aesthetic judgment, namely that he calls aesthetic judgments “judgments of taste” and remarks that, though they are based in an individual’s subjective feelings, they also claim universal validity, patients can right away affect the authenticity of the marking embraced by the praxis. The question is whether the patients/clients have preferably a need for “aesthetic” or “natural-like” repairs. Let’s see if something aesthetical is natural in any case or if it is always natural what we define to be aesthetical. What do the patients/clients think about this? How do they actually value/appreciate the offered optimum solution? I wonder whether the patients/clients also consider the dental “aesthetical standards” practically the same as the Aristotelian definition (the chief forms of beauty are order and symmetry and definiteness). We have to accept that the patients/clients insist on something they call “natural” repair/recovery in many cases, and that will not be aesthetical in Aristotelian terms but “only” in their perception and standards. This lecture will allow us to discuss these dilemmas, cardinal issues/questions drawing a parallel between artistical, psychological and dental approaches.

Dr. Carlos Fernandez Villares

Some tips and tricks in posterior restorations, daily practice made easy

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14:00 - 15:00

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Dr. Caroline Werkhoven

Making your anterior composite restorations come alive.

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15:00 - 16:00

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In the anterior area composite is an ideal restorative material. Esthetically, minimally invasive, repairable and relatively low in cost .These advantages offer the possibility to a vast array of patients to restore and ameliorate their smile. Our ability to create a highly aesthetic restoration with the use of composite offers us the possibility to add the joy of creating beautiful smiles to our daily practice. But how can you give your patients a composite restoration that bears great resemblance to nature? Making composite your choice of material when the patient asks for a highly aesthetic end result. How to recreate al the aspects of a natural tooth? Sometimes these characteristics can be quite specific and complex. Besides colour the surface structure and gloss determine for a great part whether the restoration looks beautifully natural. Restored teeth without surface structure and gloss can appear dull and unnatural. True to nature are the key words that stand for succes in restoring teeth. But what if Mother Nature asks us for very intricate tricks? Natural teeth present themselves in all sorts of forms and color facets. It is to us to try to copy them in case of for example a single tooth restoration. In restoring multiple teeth a chance is offered to create more than to obey to the neighbouring teeth, but still character in shape, correct dimensions and vivid colour is decisive to make your restoration come alive. In this lecture workflow from starting the case to final finishing in details will be illustrated by clinical cases.

Dr. Mindaugas Kudelis

A patch or a piece of art? How to make your posterior fillings look better?

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16:00 - 17:00

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Direct posterior composite restorations. The cornerstone of dentistry – most of the dentists start their training from direct restorations or are required to do at least a few to graduate. And the majority are still doing them daily. The procedure is the most popular restorative approach. However after filling and adjusting , we usually see that the restoration does not look like a part of the tooth, and more like a patch. Clinically it is fairly unimportant. However I think, that when we are restoring a tooth, we ought to make it as close to what’s been there before as possible. Instead of trying to find a reason to do our best, we tend to find excuses, why we can not. Patient does not understand or need it and won’t pay for it. It is clinically irrelevant. I do not have time for that. I am not talented enough, and do not have Italian hands. The same excuses stopped me from becoming better at direct posterior fillings for a while. However I was able to turn the excuses into a motivation with a bit of help from inspiration, that came from social media, and self control that came with clinical work documentation. In the lecture I will try to explain how can everyone become better – with simple tools like a camera, piece of rubber dam and an anatomy book or a few pictures of nice posterior teeth.

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