Jubilæums årsmøde 2016

28. oktober 2016
Sted: Hotel Munkebjerg

Peri-implant soft tissue management in the esthetic zone

From what we learned in periodontal surgery – peri-implant soft tissue management in the esthetic zone

Microsurgical techniques have become established in plastic periodontal and implant surgery. They allow the clinician to perform very precise surgery with smaller instruments and finder suture materials than was formerly possible. In addition, new flap techniques have come up. In order to reduce the number of vertical incisions and to not even cut any papillas, tunneling techniques were developed. These might result in a benefit in natural appearance, more harmonious transitions between tissue structures and the absence of scarring in the esthetic zone. Do tunneling flaps provide relevant advantages over former concepts in plastic esthetic periodontal surgery, such as improved wound healing? In his lecture, Dr. Zuhr will introduce and discuss the essential parameters of a successful treatment outcome with clinical cases and give an overview of innovation and evidence in tunneling flap procedures.

Peri-implant soft tissue management in the esthetic zone

From what we learned in periodontal surgery – peri-implant soft tissue management in the esthetic zone

Microsurgical techniques have become established in plastic periodontal and implant surgery. They allow the clinician to perform very precise surgery with smaller instruments and finder suture materials than was formerly possible. In addition, new flap techniques have come up. In order to reduce the number of vertical incisions and to not even cut any papillas, tunneling techniques were developed. These might result in a benefit in natural appearance, more harmonious transitions between tissue structures and the absence of scarring in the esthetic zone. Do tunneling flaps provide relevant advantages over former concepts in plastic esthetic periodontal surgery, such as improved wound healing? In his lecture, Dr. Zuhr will introduce and discuss the essential parameters of a successful treatment outcome with clinical cases and give an overview of innovation and evidence in tunneling flap procedures.

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations: a critical look at present day procedural changes that have altered the way in which we care for our patients

This presentation will explore how innovations and concept changes shape our skills and treatment planning solutions, while underscoring the importance of collaborative planning between restoring dentist, technician and surgical team members.

Surgical concepts that will be reviewed include virtual planning and guided surgery/provisional treatment, immediate implant placement and restoration strategies, and management of bone deficiencies and the gingival biotype.

Prosthetic concepts that will be touched on include post-surgical implant provisionalization, digital scanning, anatomic abutment design and restorative material selection for esthetics and long-term stability, including different scenarios for the hybrid (screw-retained/cemented) crown.

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations: a critical look at present day procedural changes that have altered the way in which we care for our patients

This presentation will explore how innovations and concept changes shape our skills and treatment planning solutions, while underscoring the importance of collaborative planning between restoring dentist, technician and surgical team members.

Surgical concepts that will be reviewed include virtual planning and guided surgery/provisional treatment, immediate implant placement and restoration strategies, and management of bone deficiencies and the gingival biotype.

Prosthetic concepts that will be touched on include post-surgical implant provisionalization, digital scanning, anatomic abutment design and restorative material selection for esthetics and long-term stability, including different scenarios for the hybrid (screw-retained/cemented) crown.

What I have learned from almost 40 years of experience with dental implants

What I have learned from almost 40 years of experience with dental implants

It is today 50 years ago since the first patient was treated with dental implants based on the principles of osseointegration. The ultimate objective in the procedure of implant treatment is to establish osseointegration to provide a stable support for the prosthetic restoration. Once osseointegration has taken place the future aim is to maintain a biological equilibrium between the implant / prostheses and the surrounding host tissue over time.

 

Failure of osseointegration is today a relatively rare occasion in routine treatment and occur only in some few patients. Low incidence of failures introduces challenges to more in detail analyze different factors in this process. As an alternative to discuss parameters that are assumed to be related to future failures, it has been possible to identify higher numbers of implant failures from large numbers of patients treated over a long period of time in our clinic. This allows for analyzing early and late implant failures in relation to both the patient, clinical treatment and hardware factors. This presentation will focus on the challenge to try to understand clinical data and how to interpret different results related implant complications over the years.

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations: a critical look at present day procedural changes that have altered the way in which we care for our patients

This presentation will explore how innovations and concept changes shape our skills and treatment planning solutions, while underscoring the importance of collaborative planning between restoring dentist, technician and surgical team members.

Surgical concepts that will be reviewed include virtual planning and guided surgery/provisional treatment, immediate implant placement and restoration strategies, and management of bone deficiencies and the gingival biotype.

Prosthetic concepts that will be touched on include post-surgical implant provisionalization, digital scanning, anatomic abutment design and restorative material selection for esthetics and long-term stability, including different scenarios for the hybrid (screw-retained/cemented) crown.

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations

Bright Ideas, Materials, and Innovations: a critical look at present day procedural changes that have altered the way in which we care for our patients

This presentation will explore how innovations and concept changes shape our skills and treatment planning solutions, while underscoring the importance of collaborative planning between restoring dentist, technician and surgical team members.

Surgical concepts that will be reviewed include virtual planning and guided surgery/provisional treatment, immediate implant placement and restoration strategies, and management of bone deficiencies and the gingival biotype.

Prosthetic concepts that will be touched on include post-surgical implant provisionalization, digital scanning, anatomic abutment design and restorative material selection for esthetics and long-term stability, including different scenarios for the hybrid (screw-retained/cemented) crown.

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