Congres Masters of Masters in Esthetic Dentistry 2020

In november j.l. vond weer een hele succesvolle editie van Masters of Masters in Esthetic Dentistry plaats. Nog even nagenieten? Dat kan met deze video! De rode loper foto’s van het galadiner vindt u hier!

Ondertussen kijken wij alweer uit naar volgend jaar, want de sprekers en data voor 2020 zijn bekend. Houd 19, 20 en 21 november 2020 vrij in uw agenda, want dan verwelkomen we esthetisch tandarts Federico Ferraris, parodontoloog Benjamin Cortasse en tandtechnicus Giuseppe Romeo.

Locaties
Na vijf edities Masters of Masters of Esthetic Dentistry in St.-Michielsgestel, verhuizen we in 2020 naar een nieuwe locatie. Het congres vindt plaats in Hotel Theater Figi en het galadiner in niks minder dan het sprookjesachtige Slot Zeist!

Website
www.congresmastersofmasters.nl

Praktische informatie

Datum
Donderdag 19, vrijdag 20 en zaterdag 21 november 2020.

Sprekers

– Federico Ferraris, esthetisch tandarts
– Benjamin Cortasse, parodontoloog
– Giuseppe Romeo, tandtechnieker
– Viktor Shcherbakov, tandarts & Fotograaf

Locaties
Het DAED Congres Masters of Masters in Esthetic Dentistry vindt plaats in Hotel Theater Figi.

Hotel Theater Figi
Het Rond 2
3701 HS Zeist

Het galadiner op vrijdagavond vindt plaats in Slot Zeist.

Slot Zeist
Zinzendorflaan 1
3703 CE Zeist

Website
www.congresmastersofmasters.nl

Programma

Voor het volledige programma kunt u terecht op de congreswebsite.

Donderdag 19 november 2020

Er zijn dit jaar twee hands-on workshops op donderdag 19 november 2020.

Federico Ferraris – Posterior direct restorations with composite
Posterior direct adhesive restorations (PDAR), as I and II class, are very common and represent one of the pillars of the current Restorative Dentistry. Thanks to the adhesive techniques we can be more conservative and move from a classical extension for prevention concept to a prevention of extension.

Before having a nice esthetic integration that is absolutely requested from the patient nowadays, one of the first goals of the restoration is to protect the pulp to create a proper link with the substrate and to guarantee the marginal sealing.

In a class II type restoration, also to create a proper contact area, it is absolutely mandatory for an excellent Restorative Dentistry.

During this workshop we will explain the detailed clinical protocols for posterior direct adhesive restorations (PDAR) and during the hands-on part, directly on a model, all the steps for an ideal direct composite restoration will be reproduced.

Benjamin Cortasse – Soft tissue in esthetic dentistry
In plastic esthetic periodontal surgery, the most important thing is to achieve a predictable wound healing. The outcome is influenced by an atraumatic and precise surgery. In this hands-on we will see how to harvest different pieces of soft tissue, in a proper way. After that, we could compare the difference quality, aspect of soft tissue and use on to perform a root coverage. During this workshop, we will use microsurgical instruments and microsurgical blade. Take your magnification and come on !!!!

Prijzen voor deelname aan deze workshops worden binnenkort bekend gemaakt.

Vrijdag 20 november 2020

Lezing Benjamin Cortasse – The challenges in periodontal plastic surgery: techniques, indications and limits
The evolution of modern dentistry has led us to improve the treatment of our rehabilitation in periodontal plastic surgery. This search for optimal results leads us to extend the indications of recovery from recessions.

The choice of techniques allows us to consider surgical procedures with confidence. The contribution of microsurgery also offers us the opportunity to treat many cases in a predictable, reproducible and stable way.

Literature reviews show the superiority of 2 surgical techniques: the advanced coronary flap associated with a connective graft, and the tunneling technique. But which techniques to choose? Are there any indications for each of them? How to implement the different techniques on a daily practice? Is there then a limit to the use of soft tissue?

Lezing Giuseppe Romeo – Esthetics and Precision. Clinical and technical procedures
Technical Diagnostic and Esthetic Approach
Great improvements have been made in the field of esthetic restoration in the last few years. This evolution derives not only from esthetic requirements of the patient, but also from a good relationship between the dentist and the dental technician. The clinician should know technical steps to make the process easier. The imagination of the technician and the laboratory should know the clinical operative steps with the possible difficulties in the mouth, so that the technician can develop more techniques to help the dentist in his work. In this way it is possible to plan the case that will also give to the patient the possibility to perceive and understand clearly the treatment proposed. Technically the numerous possibilities for anatomical tooth reproduction will be examined.

A new system that enables dental professionals to go beyond the usual creative standards in esthetical rehabilitation: the principal teeth forms and their characteristics will be analysed and the discussion will lay groundwork for the introduction of a new tooth-form classification called Dental Anatomical Combination.

Comparing to the face of the patient several factors will be evaluated when designing an individual customized dental restoration.

Other new digital systems will be evaluated in order to create an individual tooth shape for the patient and the customized smile.

The application of this new system and subsequently ceramic layering procedures will be demonstrated via a clinical case report.

All the rehabilitations, simple or complex, are created with precision using the stereomicroscope to achieve the planned result and increasing the longevity of the restoration.

The objective of this topic is to provide valuable information to support the prosthodontic team in the treatment of the various clinical cases. Detailed analysis of the most significant clinical and technical procedures will be described, beginning with the clinical diagnosis and subsequent diagnostic wax up, then progressing to the correct use of the provisional restorations,which are fundamental in the conditioning and correct development of the soft tissues, as well as in the achievement of the functional and esthetical objectives.

Zaterdag 21 november 2020

Lezing Federico Ferraris – Direct & Indirect Protocols
The ever-increasing demand for functional and aesthetic materials is leading companies to continuous evolution and research. Indications about full ceramic or composite restorations are becoming ever less absolute: considering many clinical aspects you can opt for a material rather than the other. The versatility of the composite resin, its possibility of layering intraorally, the ease of repair and the fairly good prognosis in the medium and long period, making it a reliable material and the tendency of new materials to improve the wear resistance and the stability of the surface candidates it in many cases as a worthy substitute of ceramic materials. By contrast, ceramic materials, often considered the gold standard for colour characteristics and mechanical and physical properties, see an increase in the ability to produce restorations with minimum thicknesses while maintaining dimensional stability, prognosis and aesthetics. The choice, therefore, to use ceramic or composite materials is always less obvious, but, on the contrary, offers to the dentists greater possibility of diversification in restorative. Finally many aspects could be discussed as: indications, mechanical characteristics, esthetic appearance, predictability and durability.

Lezing Viktor Shcherbakov