Årsmøde 2015

23. oktober 2015
Sted: Hotel Legoland

Computer technology applications in surgical and prosthetic implant dentistry

Prosthetically driven implant surgery in reference to surrounding anatomical structures has been the subject of interest to dental clinicians.
The use of CBCT images has made it possible to virtually plan the optimal implant position.
The aim of this lecture is to assess the accuracy and the clinical performance, limitations and complications of different static techniques based on computer assisted applications in guided surgical implant dentistry.

Ortodonti i Implantologien – samarbejde og synergi

Præ, Per og Postoperativ medicinering

Et stigende antal patienter er er i medicinsk behandling for almene sygdomme.
Kurset vil fokusere på disse situationer og hvordan vi som tandlæger bedst forbereder os, herunder også på eventuelle komplikationer.
Eksempelvis er mange patienter med atrieflimmer i behandling med nyere AK-præparater -hvordan forholder vi os til det? Der vil blive opstillet rationelle anbefalinger for brug af antibiotika, NSAID, sedativa, steroid og lokalanalgetika.
Kurset vil præsentere patient cases og vil der  være mulighed for diskussion.

Erfaringer med PRF

Præsentationen vil gennemgå egne erfaringer med PRF gennem de sidste par år.

Implants in the aesthetic zone

To place implants can be achieved with a high predictability. The most challenging field is still the aesthetic zone.
Due to the variety of treatment options it is  very often a problem to guarantee enough bone. The need for augmentation procedures, the different techniques and the biological limitations will be covered and make the participants able to understand the aesthetic benfits and risk of different treatments

Autogenous hard and soft tissue grafting – a biological concept

A myriad of biological and clinical factors relative to the hard and soft tissues affects the successful grafting procedure.
A philosophy of hard tissue grafting technique will be presented to more predictably achieve long-term stability.
Several of augmentation procedures, including lateral and vertical reconstruction techniques, are shown.
The use of various flap designs and soft tissue augmentation techniques can help to get appropriate tissue engineering in all three dimensions.
The presentation integrates evidence based biological principles and clinical aspects in hard and soft tissue management to optimize long-term tissue stability.

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