Industry Symposia

Thursday 5th October
10:30 / 12:30

Auditorium 103

Sponsored by :
INVIBIO

What if a prosthetic frame could influence quality of life?

There is increased interest in the long term clinical outcomes and quality of life of patients treated with a high performance polymer for the framework material for full-arch implant-supported dental prosthetics, rather than the traditionally used metal or ceramic materials.

The presentations will focus on laboratory experiences and clinical outcomes with JUVORATM full-arch implant supported prostheses on edentulous patients.

Moderator:  Marcus Jarman-Smith

Clinical Experience with PEEK Infrastructure: Short-Term Results of an Ongoing Prospective Study

Carlos Moura-Guedes (Portugal)


Lab Experience with PEEK Infrastructure: Manufacture, Complications and Remedies

António Silva (Portugal)

 

The Potential Contribution from PEEK Infrastructure on the Maintenance of Excellent Results

Miguel Araújo Nobre (Portugal)

 

Key Factors for Long-Term Success with JUVORATM High Performance Implant Prosthetics

Bernd Siewert (Spain)

10:30 / 12:30

Room 101

Sponsored by :
Osstell

ISQ as an objective key value for digital workflows and the importance of resonance frequency analysis guiding clinical decisions for complex cases
Steven Eckert (USA), Giorgio Tabanella (Italy), Luis Cuadrado (Spain)

Moderator: Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)

Patient focused Implant Dentistry is changing and protocols especially around immediate loading are being redefined to accommodate the benefits of digital planning/ diagnostic tools. There is therefore a need for an objective tool to guide and optimize the whole implant treatment, valid for complex as well as simple cases. These speakers represent more than 30 years of combined experience with Osstell and the ISQ scale in daily practice and will in this unique and interactive lecture discuss the process of osseointegration success in various treatment indications, illustrated by cases and data.

10:30 / 12:30

Room 105

Sponsored by :
Sweden & Martina

B.O.P.T.: innovative techniques on natural teeth and implants
Ignazio Loi (Italy)

The B.O.P.T. (Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique) is a simplified prosthetic procedure that permits to operate in clinical cases already treated at a prosthetic level. New concepts belonging to this technique will be analysed: the controlled invasion of the sulcus, the adaptation to the emerging profiles and the selective abrasion. To evidence the long-term stability of the aesthetic results obtained with B.O.P.T. cases will be shown step by step, as well as follow-ups. The B.O.P.T. concepts have been transferred to implantology with the creation of shoulderless posts. The soft tissues thickening allows to obtain a greater stability and an excellent aesthetic result in the marginal zone. Further evolution has been the realization of a new transgingival implant: PRAMA.

17:00 / 19:00

Auditorium 103

Sponsored by :
Geistlich Biomaterials

New treatment methods in soft tissue management
Giovanni Zucchelli (Italy), Mariano Sanz (Spain), Daniel Thoma (Switzerland)

Moderator: Christoph Hämmerle (Switzerland)

The first part of the Geistlich Symposium will focus on optimal flap designs for soft tissue augmentation, key factors for successful healing and current trends on how to handle soft tissue dehiscences. The following presentations will give deeper insights into soft tissue management procedures at implant sites and the coverage of recessions – all in the light of the question: “When do autogenous grafts remain the gold standard – and when can they be replaced by innovative biomaterial solutions?” An interactive panel discussion focusing on treatment planning of a clinical case will round off the symposium.

17:00 / 19:00

Room 101

Sponsored by :
ZIMMER BIOMET
Ion Zabalegui (Spain)
Compensating alveolar socket seal: rationale, protocol, technique and results for immediate implant placement  in anterior sextant
 
Andrea Mastrorosa (Italy) and Alessandro Agnini (Italy)
Managing the anterior aesthetic area with dental implants. Rationale and innovations
 
Patrick Schmidlin (Switzerland)
Immediate provisional restoration and the use of different materials aiming for better long term results and to avoid periimplantitis
 
Jaime Jiménez (Spain)
The importance of space maintenance for implant dentistry in the aesthetic zone
17:00 / 19:00

Room 105

Sponsored by :
Nobel Biocare

Innovative treatment Protocols – Shortening Time to Teeth

The session will cover contemporary clinical solutions for shortening time to teeth from immediate single tooth, emerging technology and integrated digital workflow to a new concept to treat the edentulous mandible with fixed definitive bridge in single surgical appointment.
Moderator: Jr. Jose Navarro (Spain)

Advancements and Innovation to bring predictable and cost effective solutions to more patients – introduction to new edentulous concept
Kenji Higuchi (US) and Sr. Jose Navarro (Spain)

Why and how are we doing immediate implant placements, development and focus on patients.
Joseph Kan (US)

How can digital dentistry facilitate the workflow – from planning to final restoration for optimal outcomes?
Leon Pariente (France) and Karim Dada (France)

Optimize the biology and soft tissue behaviour for aesthetic end results
Eric Rompen (Belgium)

Friday 6th October
17:15 / 19:15

Auditorium 103

Sponsored by :
Straumann

Patient centric treatment protocols: prosthetic and surgical solutions for predictable results in esthetic and fully edentulous cases

Implant therapy has proven to provide not only long-term success, but also predictable treatment outcomes, and pleasing esthetics. Nevertheless, esthetic cases and fully edentulous jaws with substantial bone resorption still present significant challenges to successful oral rehabilitation.
The presentations will focus on the techniques to treat complex esthetic cases as well as on the Straumann® Edentulous Solutions designed to enable personalized treatment protocols, taking into consideration patient expectations and unique anatomic, clinical situations. Particular attention will be paid to patient centric outcomes, treatment planning, prosthetic and surgical protocols, recent literature, and case reviews.

Patient centric treatment protocols with Straumann® Pro Arch for fully edentulous cases.
João Caramês (Portugal)

Successful treatment of fully edentulous patients using Straumann® Pro Arch with tilted distal implants.
Helena Francisco (Portugal)

Practical experience with Straumann® Novaloc® retentive elements in combination with removable implant overdentures.
Charlotte Stilwell (UK)

Achieving optimal results with immediate implant placement in the aesthetic zone using Straumann® BLT implants.
Daniele Cardaropoli (Italy)

17:15 / 19:15

Room 105

Sponsored by :
BTI Biotechnology Institute

Pushing the limits of minimally invasive techniques in implant dentistry
Eduardo Anitua (Spain)

Modern implant dentistry is moving toward implant treatment completion in shorter time, optimize cost and evidence-supported predictability. This trend change is the net outcome of collaboration between companies, researchers and clinicians. This human convergent work will be presented in this session where new strategies for treatment planning and execution will be the essence of cutting-edge presentations of several leading researchers and clinicians.  

New insights in the management of tooth extraction
- Evidence-based clinical assessment of Endoret® (PRGF®) in tooth extraction. Massimo del Fabbro (Italy)
- Immediate implant placement in aesthetic zone. Small details that make the difference. 

Short and extra-short implants: where is the limit?
- Biometric-guided treatment of severe atrophy in posterior maxilla: one visit surgery?
- The osteogenic potential of UnicCa dental implants
- Prosthetic rehabilitation of short dental implants: step by step.

Saturday 7th October
13:00 / 14:00

Room 115

Sponsored by :
Alpha-Bio Tec.

The way to Itaka: from vision to clinical implication.
Dieter Bosshardt (Switzerland), Ofer Moses (Israel)

Revolutionary surgical solutions while exploring implant housing biology require combination of vision, open minds, precise animal models and surgical skills.
Collaboration with experts in histology is crucial to obtain high-quality results, and their correct interpretation ultimately indicates innovative implications for academic and clinical use. 

13:00 / 14:00

Room 111

Sponsored by :
Invisalign iTero

Digital Flow in the multidisciplinary patient environment with the help of iTero and Invisalign
Mariano SantaMaría (Spain)

In the last decade, the introduction of scanners into our clinical routine has allowed us to obtain intraoral images without the need to use impressions. In addition, the application of the existing Digital CAD-CAM technology has meant a dramatic change in the planning and treatment of our patients. In this environment, the intraoral scanner iTero allows us to obtain a strategic framework for orthodontic treatment (through Invisalign) and restorative (through CAD-CAM systems) in the multidisciplinary patient.

Session in Spanish, translation into English

13:00 / 14:00

Room 113

Sponsored by :
CAMLOG Biotechnologies AG

Digital Dentistry made iSy by Camlog
Carlos Repullo (Spain)

Digital Dentistry is made iSy through a simplified Implant concept optimized for the digital workflow and related procedures in implant dentistry. The iSy Implants System by Camlog is designed with the Digital Dentist in mind and provides a new approach in treatment protocols to enhance and maximize the advantages of the Cerec System. The latest techniques and materials related to chair side CADCAM procedures in combination with Implant technology will be featured through this informative lunch symposia.

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Important Dates

July 4, 2017
Deadline for registration at preferential rates
July 31, 2017
Deadline to apply for Clinical Video Competition
September 8, 2017
Poster printing deadline
September 30, 2017
Deadline for online registration
October 5, 2017
Madrid Congress

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of directors

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    Ronald Jung (Switzerland)
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    Luca Cordaro (Italy)
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    Björn Klinge (Sweden)
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    Gil Alcoforado (Portugal)
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    Loli Rodríguez
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