Congrès Annuel 2023
JEUDI 5 OCTOBRE 2023 / Salons Hoche – 9, av. Hoche – 75008 Paris
LES ELEVATIONS SINUSIENNES
Pr. Jean-François PAPON
Dr. Salah Huwais
Dr. Tiziano Testori
Présidents du congrès : Philippe Russe et Patrick Limbour
Congrès Annuel 2022
Jeudi 13 Octobre 2022 de 9h à 18h
SALONS HOCHE – 9, avenue Hoche – 75008 Paris
Master Class avec le Dr Stephen Chu
The Evolution of Implant Therapy
Présidents du congrès :
Anne-Claire Metz – Arnaud Froehly
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Congrès Annuel 2021
Jeudi 7 Octobre 2021 de 8h45 à 18h
SALONS HOCHE – 9, avenue Hoche – 75008 Paris
XXIXème CONGRÈS ANNUEL
DENTISTERIE NUMERIQUE ET TRAITEMENTS PERSONNALISES Une révolution pour l’esthétique
Présidents du congrès
Anne Benhamou & Jacques Attias
Pr. Alessandro POZZI – Rome
ORCHESTRATION OF STATIC GUIDED SURGERY, DYNAMIC NAVIGATION AND GUIDED PROSTHESIS. A NOVEL MINIMAL INVASIVE TREATMENT FOR EDENTULOUS AND TERMINAL DENTITION PATIENTS.
The computer guided implant surgery and the Navigation system introduced a novel minimally invasive concept in the treatment of total edentulous and terminal dentition patients, with new perspectives based on bone graftless rehabilitation, complication-free implant surgery and immediate function. The novel digital implant planning software allow the creation of the virtual patient directly from the CBCT, enhancing a digital pathway based on facially driven virtual diagnostic waxing, prosthetically and soft tissue driven implant positioning and immediate fabrication of implant-supported screw-retained interim restorations. The new DASS technique to sculpture the bone and soft tissue and achieve a scalloped interface for pink free restoration will be presented. The interplay between the guided surgery planning software and the Navigation System drives the virtual planning and the minimal invasive implant and prostheses positioning to the next level in terms of accuracy, predictability and low morbidity.
1) Understanding the benefits and disadvantages of using digitally guided surgery and prosthetics techniques
2) Gain knowledge on the different clinical indications of CAD/CAM template guided implant surgery and x-guide navigation implant surgery
3) Feel confidence and being able to differentiate when immediate loading is feasible
4) Managing the soft tissue interface for pink free full arch restorations
Mirela Feraru, D.M.D. graduated in 2005 from the Dental Faculty of the Timisoara University, Romania. An integral part of the Bichacho Clinic team since 2009, focusing on Interdisciplinary Modalities, she has in-depth knowledge and experience in all fields of Perio-Prosthetic Esthetic Dentistry, concentrating on Restorative and Perioplastic surgery treatments. As well as publishing internationally, she pursues her passion for sharing her experience and skills with others by lecturing, teaching and mentoring all over the world on complex Esthetic Restorative Treatments and Interdisciplinary Perio-Prosthetic Concepts and Treatment. In addition, Dr. Feraru has acquired extensive experience in high-quality dental photographic documentation and has been sharing it with colleagues world-wide through lectures and workshops. She has also authored the bestseller book “Dental Visualization”, published by Quintessence Publishing in 2018.
The Restoration – Soft tissue interface around implants in the Esthetic Zone: Concept and Implementation.
In order to achieve a harmonious esthetic result of indirect restorations at the smile zone – the operator should not only choose the material of the restoration, but also analyze and relate to the abutment type and color, and to the integration of the whole restorative complex with the surrounding tissue, whether of a natural tooth (vital or non-vital), or an implant.
In cases where different types of adjacent abutments should be restored (especially implants and teeth), the treatment is even more challenging. One should plan ahead the different phases of the perio-restorative treatment (soft and hard tissue enhancement) in order to end up with a harmonious natural looking result, by choosing the most suitable technique and materials for each site, so that the combined abutment-crown complex will blend with each other, as well as with the adjacent dentition and with the vital periodontium, in an esthetic and healthy environment.
State of the art strategies will be presented where different abutment types were to be restored, utilizing diverse laboratory and clinical restorative techniques.
The concepts of Model Based Restoration and Cervical Contouring will be presented and analyzed in a variety of esthetically challenged clinical cases.