From June 8-10, 2023, the Italian Dental Association AIO will celebrate the 12th edition its International Congress, entitled, “The Simplicity of Excellence” focusing on a multidisciplinary approach to dental treatment leading to consistent long-term results for patients.
A series of color-coded “Paths” have been created, each dedicated to a different dental discipline, making it easier for participants to follow their individual fields of interest: Green dedicated to Conservative Dentistry, Red to Periodontics, Blue to Pedodontics and Orthodontics and Yellow to Endodontics.
Participants will be able to earn 20 ADA CERP by attending the Friday afternoon, June 9th and the Saturday, June 10th, Plenary Sessions coupled with one of the Friday morning dedicated Paths: The Green Path held by Style Italiano, the Red Path hosting Prostho-Perio or the Blue Path honoring the 50th anniversary of the Cagliari School of Orthodontics.
It begins with the keynote lecture entitled “Complex Oral Surgery. A New Challenge in Dentistry” held by Roberto Barone and Carlo Clauser, both from Florence, Italy. Barone is the founder of the Italian Society of Oral Surgery and Implantology (SICOI), the Italian Academy of Osseointegration (IAO) and the Academy of Pediatric Oral Surgery-APOS while Clauser is a founding member of the Italian Society of Oral Surgery, the Tuscan Academy of Odontostomatological Research and of the European Association for Osteointegration. Their lecture will discuss how better knowledge of surgical pathologies combined with new operative techniques, permits the removal of deep bony impactions and large cystic lesions faster and with decreased risks of complications and discomfort, in both the adult and pedo patient.
The afternoon continues with lectures in Orthodontics in concert with other branches of dentistry. Cesare Luzi, who specialized in orthodontics in Denmark, is an adjunct professor at both the University of Ferrara, Italy and Rome Cattolica University, Italy and who was the first President of the European Society of Orthodontic Specialists (ESPOS) together with Arturo Imbelloni, private practitioner in Rome, Italy will speak on Ortho-Perio-Prosthetic Synergies in the Management of Compromised Teeth.
Following a break, Nicola Derton, adjunct professor at the Program in Orthodontics at the University of Trieste, Italy will start the second part of the Friday afternoon Plenary Session, by taking the podium to lecture on “Simplified Skeletal Anchored Orthodontics” discussing simplified orthodontics with the use of mini-screws, sectionals and aligners with the aim of obtaining better results and synergies between orthodontics and other dental disciplines. Fabio Giuntoli, president of the Italian Academy of Orthodontics (AidOr) will close the orthodontic portion of the Plenary Session with his contribution on the treatment of transposed dental elements.
Next, Fabio Bernardello, professor in the oral surgery course at the Universities of Bologna and Bari in Italy together with Filippo Tomarelli, professor at the G. D’Annunzio University of Chieti-Pescara, the Sapienza in Rome and the University of Bologna, in Italy will discuss the behavior of soft tissue and marginal bone as the key to implant success.
In closing, Alfonso Coscarella, World member of Leading Implant Centers and Director of the ITI Study Club Maremma, Italy and author of the about to be released book “Immediate Implants Manual and Atlas” published by Quintessence will discuss methods of atraumatic tooth extraction, the ideal insertion of implants with or without bone regeneration, post-extraction implant placement and immediate loading in restoring esthetics even in the most complex cases.