Dentalbereich Kurse

Internationale Kongresse

  • Ort:
    Florenz, Italien
    Datum:
    7. - 8. Februar 2020
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    The Third International Symposium will be held in Florence from 7 to 8 February 2020, under the patronage of the Italian College of University Teachers in Odontostomatological Disciplines, Vita e Salute-San Raffaele and the Universities of Florence, Pisa and Siena.

    Recent studies into the behaviour of soft tissues and their properties, continuous improvement in the knowledge of healing mechanisms after mucogingival surgery and findings on the...

  • Ort:
    Vigadó concert hall, Budapest, Hungary
    Datum:
    18. - 19. Oktober 2019
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Predictability in regeneration

  • Ort:
    Kongress Center Lissabon
    Datum:
    26. September 2019, 17:00 - 19:00 Uhr
    Art:
    Symposium
    Referent:
    Prof. Dr. Bilal Al-Nawas, Deutschland & Prof. Dr. Stefan Renvert, Schweden
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Digital planning in GBR: customized bone regeneration® in complex bone augmentation
    Prof. Dr. Bilal Al-Nawas

    Vertical bone augmentation requires space maintaining elements to provide graft stability but are associated with time consuming procedures. 3D printing technology offers new opportunities to reduce surgical time due to customization and supports planning of bone regeneration and implant positioning in a digital workflow.

    Regeneration of...

  • EAO Kongress Lissabon 2019

    Ort:
    Centro de Congressos de Lisboa, Lissabon Portugal
    Datum:
    26. - 28. September 2019

    28. Kongress der europäischen Vereinigung für Osseointegration

Internationale Kurse

  • Ort:
    Auckland - New Zealand
    Datum:
    Tuesday 5th November 2019 - 8:30am
    Art:
    Hands-on Course
    Referent:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

  • Ort:
    Sydney - Australia
    Datum:
    Saturday 2nd November 2019 - 8:30am
    Art:
    Hands-on Course
    Referent:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

    Ausgebucht
  • Ort:
    Sydney, Australia
    Datum:
    Friday 1st & Saturday 2nd November 2019
    Art:
    Seminar
    Referent:
    A/Prof Stephen Chen (Melbourne)
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    The Geistlich Mini-Symposium offers attendees with an opportunity to listen to two world-renowned clinicians talking all things oral regeneration.
    Assoc Prof Stephen Chen - Lecture 1:
    The inevitable consequence of tooth extraction is resorption and subsequent modelling of the alveolar bone, with a decrease in the dimensions of the ridge. Bone augmentation is often required to compensate for the loss of bone volume, allow implants to be placed in...

  • Ort:
    Melbourne - Australia
    Datum:
    Thursday 31st October 2019 - 8:30am
    Art:
    Hands-on Course
    Referent:
    Dr Paolo Casentini (Italy)
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Solutions for Complex Hard & Soft-Tissue Augmentation Cases

    Whilst “Prosthetically Driven Implantology” represents a well consolidated concept today, there is still potential for adverse events related to implant supported reconstruction. The presence of bone defects (horizontal and/or vertical) can negatively influence the 3-D implant position, potentially impacting on the implant success/survival.

    The concept of Prosthetically Guided...

  • Ort:
    Gold Coast, Australia
    Datum:
    Saturday 24th August 2019 - 8:30am
    Art:
    Hands-On Course
    Referent:
    Prof Leonardo Trombelli
    Kurssprache:
    Englisch

    Use of a New Volume-Stable Collagen Matrix (Geistlich Fibro-Gide)for Soft-Tissue Augmentation

    Preservation or reconstruction of the peri-implant hard and soft-tissue contour is of paramount importance to ensure long-term health conditions and aesthetic outcome to the implant-supported rehabilitation. Surgical strategies aimed at managing the post-extraction alveolar socket with and without concomitant implant placement will be described and...

    Ausgebucht