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12 October, Thursday

Dr. Gregory Brambilla

Direct anterior restorations: from theory to practice

date9:30 – 13:30

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 3. room

organizerDP Hungary Kft.

fee: 145 €

application: on the registration form


Direct anterior restorations can be a challenge on a daily dentistry life.
The aim of this hands-on session is to share esthetic principles that can lead the dentist to success.
The observation and study of nature will give us the tools to understand how to restore front teeth, from shaping to colour matching to layering.
The practical part will be held on a model to reproduce what can be a real case of fracture of front teeth: the participants will be guided step by step in the layering, shaping, finishing and polishing of direct restorations with a protocol that can be used to solve both easy and really challenging cases.
What we see will be what we will do, so what we will do will not be seen.

Dr. Nazariy Mykhaylyuk

Direct and indirect veneers. From prep to polish.

időpont: 14:00 – 18:00

helyszínF pavilon, I. floor, 3. room

organizer: DP Hungary Kft.

fee: 195 €

application: on the registration form


During the hands-on course participants can learn how I prepare, isolate and restore front teeth with direct and indirect (ceramic) veneers. Everybody will work with microscope, in a relaxed position and seating. We will discuss the indication of rubber dam, including timing of placement: before prep, or after prep? I will share my clinical experience step-by-step with you how I usually prepare teeth for veneers, which burs or enamel chisels I choose. Of course, we fabricate long-lasting provisionals at the end of the day.

Sasa Terlep

TwinLight Treatment Concept in Laser Dentistry

időpont: 14:00 – 16:00

helyszín: G pavilon, 5. room

organizer: Fotona

fee: 19900 HUF

application: Diósy Mónika

Tel: +36 30 499 44 74

E-mail: info@dermotox.hu


Fotona’s LightWalker AT S dental laser system comes standard with dentistry’s two most effective laser wavelengths: Er:YAG and Nd:YAG. The combination of the two best wavelengths in one laser system enables practitioners to perform dual-wavelength treatments.
The TwinLight Periodontal Treatment is a minimally invasive periodontal disease therapy that includes removing the diseased epithelial lining of the periodontal pocket, removing microbial biofilm and calculus from the root surface and sealing the pocket after treatment with a stable fibrin clot.
The TwinLight Peri-implantitis Treatment significantly enhances treatment success rates and shortens healing time. Selective removal of granulation tissue from the alveolar bone and connective tissue with Er:YAG is followed by Er:YAG irradiation of the surgical site in order to completely clean the implant surface without chemicals. The Nd:YAG treatment step promotes faster healing by decontaminating and biomodulating the tissue.
The Fotona SWEEPS Endodontic Treatment successfully addresses two major disadvantages of classical chemo-mechanical procedures: the inability to clean and debride anatomically complex root canal systems and to deeply disinfect dentinal walls. SWEEPS is a Shock Wave Enhanced Emission Photoacoustic Streaming, a revolutionary method which uses the power of the Er:YAG laser to create non-thermal photoacoustic shock waves within the irrigant introduced in the canal. Following this treatment, the canals and subcanals are left clean and the dentinal tubules are free of a smear layer.

13 October, Friday

Dr. Stevan Kopanja

Hands-on program I-II.

date: 9:30 – 17:00

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 1. room

organizer: Dr. Volom Dental & Medical Kft.

fee: 250 EUR (bto) or 75000 HUF
At the venue  – depending on the  available spots: 300 EUR or 90000 HUF

application: Register


– class II cavity prep, finishing of margins
– hierarchy for head to head class II
– guide on matrix-wedge selection, position
– customisation of matrix and wedges
– how to manage proper aproximal contour, profile and strong contact
– how to achieve smooth, anatomical restorations
– DME deep margin elevation in most difficult cases
– practical work multiple class II: direct class II with and without cuspal coverage, on concave subgingival margin, on large MOD cavity

Dr. Simone Vaccari

Complete workflow for a new smile.

From dental photography and DSD to microscope assisted preparation and cementation.

date: 9:30 – 17:30

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 3. room

organizer: DP Hungary Kft.

fee: 250 €

application: on the registration form


Digital Smile Design: a new trick in cosmetic dentistry.
A new approach to obtain informations and document statically and dynamically all the information necessary for a modern diagnosis in Aesthetics Dentistry.
A simplified method to highlight the problems, solutions, and planning before taking the diagnostic impression.
In a few simple steps using the software and the pictures of the patient you can undertand the problem and in a few minutes you could plan the new design and make all the right decisons to solve the case aesthetically.
The conventional Moke-up technique provides a diagnostic wax-up performed by the dental technician following the guidelines dictated by the dentist.
This method is not very convenient from an economic standpoint, and moreover misunderstandings could be born between clinical dental technician and patient.
The “Virtual” wax-up allows in a few minutes to evaluate position, size and shape of the teeth and their surrounding soft tissues. Allows the patient to understand what is the our treatment goals.
Finally, allows the denstist to transmit in a very precise and accurate way all the information collected and analysed to the dental technician. At this point is very simply for the technician to convert the digital design on the stone model using the wax.
Showing to the patient the final resul of our treatment before you really start working in the mouth offers many and significant advantages:
– The patients participates actively in the “design” of their smile.
– Appreciates the work done by the team, dentist and dental technician, it is able to understood what is done “behind the scenes” to formulate the treatment plan.
– The patient, in this way, is having an approximate idea to what should be expect and what will be the final result.

Dr. Marleen Peumans

Simple ways to treatment of injured teeth with everX Posterior and Essentia materials

date: 14:00 – 18:00

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 2. room

organizer: GCEEO Hungary

fee: 120€ / 36.000 Ft

telefon: +36 1 224 0400
e-mail: hungary@eeo.gceurope.com


Marta Maciak

EnglishThe Self-Adjusting File System

Minimally-Invasive Endodontics

date: 14:00 – 18:15

venue: G pavilon, groundfloor, 5. room

organizer: C. Witt Dental

fee: 30€

E-mail: info@dental.hu

Phone: 06-1/202-2994


The only Shaping – Irrigation – Agitation endodontic instrumentation system provides extremely efficient cleaning and disinfection, while maintaining a high level of safety during treatment.

Experience it yourself at this event:

  • Lecture
  • Demonstration
  • Hands-on instruction

Bring extracted teeth with an open access cavity ISO20 and your loupes, if available.

14 October, Saturday

Prof. Dr. Simone Grandini, Dr. Grosz János

A rational workflow for anterior and posterior aesthetic restorations

date: 9:30 – 13:00

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 1. room

organizer: MoriDent Kft.

fee: 250 € or 80000 HUF

Phone: +1 220 5443
E-mail: morident@morident.hu


Dr. Hugo Sousa Dias

Tailored instrumentation technique and a more predictable irrigation

date: 14:00 – 18:00

venue: G pavilon, I. floor, 2. room

organizer: Kerr Endodontics

fee: 110 € (35.000 Ft)

application: Gyarmati Mátyás

Phone: +36 20 335 0521

E-mail: info@endobolt.hu

Application form download


Endodontic treatment is a predictable procedure with high success rates. Success depends on a number of factors, including appropriate instrumentation, successful irrigation and decontamination of the root canal space to the apices and in areas such as isthmuses. The challenge for successful endodontic treatment has always been to deal, in a safe and effective way, with a very complex root canal anatomy. To provide an efficient and safe root canal instrumentation it’s important to find one tailored instrumentation system, who adapts to the root canal anatomy. We can find this with TF Adaptive system. It achieves this by using a patented motion, the innovative TF Adaptive motion technology, which automatically adapts to instrumentation stress. This “adaptive” motion is therefore meant to reduce the risk of intracanal failure without affecting performance, due to the fact that the best movement for each different clinical situation is automatically selected by the Adaptive motor. The TF Adaptive system increases the clinician’s ability to safely, predictably, and efficiently shape the root-canal system. According to Haapasalo (2014), irrigation is a key part of sucessful root canal treatment. Is also the only way to impact those areas of the root canal wall not touched by mechanical instrumentation. EndoVac (apical negative pressure irrigation system) is the key part of a more predictable irrigation, allowing to delivery irrigant to full WL. Negative pressure irrigation seems to bring endodontic treatment closer to more predictable apical irrigation, avoiding vapor lock effect and the risk of apical extrusion.

Dr. Eugen Buga

Instrumentation of severely curved root canals

date: 9:30 – 13:30

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 3. room

organizer: DP Hungary Kft.

fee: 145€

application: on the registration form


– Pretreatment Evaluation of severely curved root canals. How? When? Why?
– CBCT and Periapical Xray in planning and diagnostics of severely curved root canals.
– Determination of the curve severity.
– How to avoid file fracture in severely curved root canals?
– How to avoid ledge formation in severely curved root canals?
– Where is balance between apical preparation and disinfection in severely curved root canals?
– Key Factorst; for successful instrumentation of severely curved root canals.
– Analysis of Dangerous Zones of curved roots.
– How to manage severe curvature in the middle third?
– How to manage severe curvature in the apical third?
– Which technique of instrumentation of severely curved root canals to use?
– Merits and Demerits of all instrumentation techniques for curved root canals.
– Which diameter of file to use in instrumentation of severely curved root canals
– Which instruments to use in instrumentation of severely curved root canals?
– Which tip of file to choose: cutting or non-cutting tip? Advantages and Disadvantages.
– Filing in curvature. Tips and tricks.Modifying the cutting edges of the instruments.
– Precurving the file: Gradual Curve or sharp Curve. How? When? Why?
– How to do intermediate size of file for better management of glide path?
– How to reduce torsional forces and cyclic fatigue in instrumentation of severely curved root
– Which file to use for Working Length determination? Rational approach.
– How to avoid loss of Working Length in Curved Rott Canals?
– Zone Technique of instrumentation for Curved Root Canals.
– E.Buga s protocol of instrumentation of severely curved root canals.
– Analysis of treated cases with severely curved root canals. Pretreatment evaluation, risks,
access, instrumentation protocol, files sequence.

Hands on:
Every participant will perform an instrumentation of severely curved real tooth in Zone Technique .
The purpose of this course is to understand the physics of files and laws of instrumentation sequences. At this course you will learn how to avoid and exclude files fracture in your practice…and also how to instrumentate easy and predictible a severely curved tooth.

Dr. Roberto Cristescu

Root Canal Retreatment – from evidence base to a clinical approach

date: 14:00 – 18:00

venueF pavilon, I. floor, 3. room

organizer: DP Hungary Kft.

fee: 145 €

application: on the registration form


This presentation will focus on the indications for nonsurgical retreatment of teeth in cases in which previous endodontic treatment has failed. In order to achieve successful outcomes with these treatments, it is of paramount importance to make good case selection. A brief update on the scientific literature on direct outcome data will be presented in order to assess the possible limits and expectations regarding root canal retreatment procedures. The participants will be guided through a series of clinical cases of nonsurgical root canal retreatment, in which a clinical approach that is minimally invasive but still efficient will be demonstrated. The advantages of this therapeutic method will be balanced with the drawbacks and risks it involves. Only this way can both the practitioner and the patient chose the most suitable option for treatment. Nonsurgical retreatment remains a predictable way of saving patients’ natural dentition in endodontics. Objectives: -establish a correct diagnosis which requires a root canal retreatment -identify the causes of failure of initial treatment -know the real success rates of endodontic retreatment -understand some technical aspects of root canal retreatment

Dr. Eugenio Pedulla, Dr. Mekis Miklós

“Hands-on” workshop on Hyflex Coltene

date: 14:00 – 18:00

venue: G pavilon,ground floor, 5. workshop room

organizer: Coltene

fee: free of charge

application: on the spot


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