PLENARY SESSION

Chia Room 1 – 2



with Plenary Session on Friday (June 11, 2021)


15 ADA CERP CREDITS


MODERATORS: Vincenzo Musella, Louis Hardan


9.00 - 9. 45 | ADVANCED WOUND HEALING: ACCELERATING PROCESS AND OBTAINING SUCCESSFUL SURGICAL OUTCOMES WITH TECHNOLOGY

Ana Paz

Wound healing is a complex and fragile process, susceptible to interruption or failure that can lead to the formation of non-healing chronic wounds. Currently, new biostimulation technologies that accelerate the healing process have been developed, reducing the swelling and inflammation and consequently the patient’s post-operative pain obtaining optimal healing. A protocol will be presented with several case reports ranging from orthodontics to complex surgeries.


9.45 - 10.15 | RESTORING THE BIOLOGICAL WIDTH AROUND IMPLANTS: MYTH OR REALITY?

Sergio Spinato

The lecture will be focused on clinical and biological factors that limit perimplant marginal bone loss. Explored will be elements related to the patient, the surgical procedure, the design of the implant and the type of prosthesis used to limit the marginal bone loss around implants. Knowing and controlling these factors can prevent the insurgence of periimplantitis.
The most recent updates on the etiopathogenesis of periimplant diseases will also be reviewed with particular emphasis on peri-implantitis.


10.15 - 11.00 | CONTEMPORARY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & CO.

Henriette Lerner

All digital dental technologies are validated by parameters of reliability, precision, accuracy and congruence. Artificial intelligence is a smart tool which plays a main role in many technologies, minimizing errors and shortening the procedures of planning , matching and manufacturing.
The lecture will present the state of the art of contemporary data and studies as well as demonstrate their applications in complex clinical cases.


11.00 - 11.30 | TEAM WORK IN COMPLEX SMILE MAKEOVER: DIGITAL WORKFLOW

Nazariy Mykhaylyuk

In recent years protocols were created by specialists throughout the world. At the same time microscopes along with other magnification systems were introduced into daily practice and now it is difficult to imagine dentistry without them.
Have we developed everything?
No… modern dentistry moves on. The next step? Digital Dentisty”


13.30 - 14.00 | WHY PROTOCOLS FAIL: THE DISEASE TREATMENT SOLUTION: LASERMICROSURGERY™

Claudia C.Cotca

The key in aesthetic considerations and constructs is based on functional physiologic mechanism and biologically healthy nuances in the oral systemic metrics pathophysiological process of disease. This reflects the optimal solution of specific timed and typed sequence of intervention and renders an expected clinical outcome.

The scope of this presentation is the general pathophysiological process of disease and light tissue interaction through optical physics treatment applications. While the rationale in mechanism and aesthetics particularly highlighting the oral tissues functionality from diagnosis, disease progression and treatment mediation, it is the intent of this presentation to focus here uniquely on the intervention portion. It will further identify the nuances of future anticipation in preparation of eventual disease mutations and phenotype changes in future patient case profile and patient population based on selective treatment rationale between 1-axis therapies and the alternative optimal mechanism driven therapeutics.

The aspect of microsurgery has proven extremely useful in analog aspects in oral tissue protocols. Furthermore, the development of magnification and digitally enhanced resulting algorithm has expanded the integration further still to optimize healing potential, increase recovery tissue time and tissue results. Microsurgery can be optimized by laser light not only in diagnostic capabilities but also in intervention capabilities. This increased protocol specific potential for eliminating the need for some portion if not all of alternative mechanical suture composure and tissue geo-position, can be an added variable of consideration when scrutinizing clinical treatment options. Aspects of multilayer tissue depiction will be selectively highlighted by tissue parameters composition and reflective light compartmentalization in as to potentiate tissue transformation through maximizing therapeutic index and minimizing clinical toxicity index during the process.

A clinical case will substantiate and illustrate the logical fact based science and mechanism of the pathophysiological process of disease and the optimized, selective and modulated lasermicrosurgery™ therapeutic thread of the oral systemic profile composition.


14.00 - 14.30 | STAGED EXTRACTION APPROACH: TRANSITION FROM HOPELESS DENTITION TO FULL-ARCH FIXED-IMPLANT-SUPPORTED REHABILITATION

Eitan Mijiritsky

Transition from a hopeless dentition to a fixed implant-supported full-arch reconstruction can be difficult for patients if wearing a transitional removable denture is involved. In addition, an increased risk of trauma to bone-augmented areas and to the implant-bone interface exists when using a removable transitional complete denture during the implant healing period. Such risk can compromise implant success or increase crestal bone loss around implants before the final restoration. This lecture describes a treatment approach that allows replacement of the hopeless dentition with an osseointegrated fixed prosthesis, without rendering the patient totally edentulous before the delivery of the final implant-supported prosthesis. A staged approach using a few hopeless teeth to support a provisional fixed restoration during the healing process can help avoid discomfort and improve implants’ outcome. Clinical cases and treatment plan strategies, some of them innovative, are used to illustrate the staged approach protocol. This protocol addresses patients’ psychological need to remain dentate during full-mouth rehabilitation, while providing good esthetics and function during the restorative process of a dental arch.


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