DentaNet Symposium 2024 - Prof. M. Blatz, Dr. A. Malisauskiene, Dr. Cobb
Fri 26. Jan - Sat 27 Jan 2024 - 9.00-17.00
Scandic CPH Strandpark
Amager Strandvej 401
Networking Dinner at the National Aquarium "Den Blå Planet" and Sky Bar Party
8.495 DKK / 1.140 €
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About the course
Friday - Whole Day
Bonding protocols of various ceramics and zirconia on different surfaces
Prof. Markus B. Blatz
The recent evolution in CAD/CAM and ceramic technologies offers a whole new range of esthetic, less invasive, and long-lasting treatment options.
However, there are still many questions:
What are the best materials considering the large variety of ceramics available today?
What ceramics can be used with chairside CAD/CAM systems? - Do different ceramics require specific laboratory and clinical treatment?
What cements or bonding protocols should I use for the different ceramics to avoid failures?
Is all zirconia the same? Can I bond to zirconia and make resin-bonded bridges?
What are the best materials on implants and why? And where is the scientific evidence on all these topics?
This presentation will answer such questions and provide an update on esthetic treatment options with ceramics from conservative partial-coverage laminate veneers and onlays to resin bonded bridges and implant-supported restorations.
Differentiate modern ceramic materials and their indicationsLearn about CAD/CAM technology and its diverse applications in esthetic dentistry
Understand strategies for success with ceramic restorations for teeth and implants based on the current scientific evidence
Comprehend clinical guidelines for long-lasting esthetic restorations from laminate veneers and onlays to resin bonded bridges and implant-supported restorations.
Friday Evening Networking Dinner - at the National Aquarium "Den Blå Planet / The Blue Planet"
Networking and party has always been a dna of the Scandinavian delegates at the DentaNet Symposium. And this time we’ll feel like floating creatures being at the National Aquarium - The Blue Planet - right next door from the Scandic CPH Strandpark Hotel.
As soon as the Friday lecture and the concluding remarks have been said, the delegates will go to the exibition area where we will have great talks with eachother, see the latest materials, equipment and intelligent services. And at the same time we will have snacks, wine, beer and sparkling water before we will get ourselves ready for the dinner and networking party.
If you don’t stay at the hotel we will have an area where you can change to look your best for the evening.
During the Friday program you can choose to list yourself at the “fixed tables” and choose which people you will spend the dinner with. A lot of people choose not to and will end up at the “networking tables” where you are randomly seated and might get a new friend or perhaps even get the seat right next to one of the lecturers and have the opportunity to pick their brains.
When the dinner is done we get back to Scandic CPH Strandpark Hotel SKYBAR and the bar and DJ-controlled dance floor will be open.
In these surroundings all your minds will be open for new inputs including drinks as well. In other words: We will have a great networking party only limited by the fact that we have to great lectures to attend Saturday.
Connect the dots in direct anterior restorations
Dr. Agne Malisauskiene
Every day dentists are facing challenges in anterior free-hand restorations. Patients ask for same day treatments of chipped, worn or decayed teeth. Class III and small class IV restorations take up most of our daily anterior dentistry. Patients expect invisible margins, perfect shade and shape match. Dentists on the other hand want to provide efficient and reliable dentistry. The lecture will explore materials and methods of how to connect the dots in direct anterior restorations.
During this lecture you will learn:
Will revise tooth primary, secondary and tertiary anatomy
How to notice tooth anatomical landmarks
How to know how much length to add when restoring worn or chipped anteriors
How to classify all your composite resins to make your daily workflow efficient
How to restore line angles, marginal ridges and tight contact
How to hide tooth - composite margins
Dr. Agne Malisauskiene will cover anatomical landmarks that should be taken into consideration in direct anterior restorations. Lecture will begin talking about the most important aspects of primary, secondary and tertiary anatomy. Speaker will explore anatomical and optical tooth shape with a focus on line angles. How to notice them, recreate them and use them to hide tooth - composite margins. The importance of marginal ridges and incisal edge shape and position in terms of recreating them with composite resin will be explained. The most important aspect of first lecture is following natural tooth anatomy in order to restore decayed or chipped teeth without veneering them with composite resin.
Second lecture will focus on the materials and methods used for direct anterior restorations. Classification system for composite resin and the use for each class will be proposed. Speaker will demonstrate what composites and methods should be used to restore a tight and anatomically correct contact point. Dr. Agne will focus on opacity and texture of composite resin and how to use it’s variables in order to achieve lifelike restorations in a fast-paced environment. Shade matching and layering techniques will be explored in a step - by - step manner.
Utilising the knowledge of the tooth shape and the skill of adding just enough composite to restore anterior teeth with composite resin in timely efficient manner is a desired skill be any dentist. Dr. Agne Malisauskiene will help you to connect the dots in direct anterior restorations.
TMD and Sleep Disordered Breathing: What you need to know
Dr. Andrew Cobb
TMD and Sleep Disordered breathing affects many of our patients and has a negative impact on the health of the masticatory system as well as systemic complications. To often restorative dentists jump to correct dental issues and fail to diagnose TMD and Airway problems. Long term predictable results begin with a complete examination which includes TMD and Airway evaluation. A systematic pathway for successful management of TMD and Sleep Disordered Breathing will be presented.
This presentation will be broken down into three parts and include patient examples:
1. TMD and Orofacial Pain:
The complete exam, TMJ health and airway evaluation
Systematic Pathway to Diagnosis and Treatment
Diagnosis and Phase I reversible orthotic therapy
Orthotic types and when to use
What to do when Phase I therapy is successful
2. Sleep Disordered Breathing:
Airway screening and diagnosis
American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine Guidelines
Working with our medical colleagues
MAD appliances, initial position and titration
Treatment options: CPAP v Mandibular Advancement Device (MAD)
3. What to do when Phase I TMD therapy is not successful:
Interdisciplinary team management
Treating TMD and Airway issues simultaneously