Day 2 :
Paris Diderot University, France
Time : 10:00-10:45
Assistant professor and head department of oral surgery and implant surgery saint Louis hospital Paris vii university of Medicine Former diploma director “Diploma de rehabilitation chirurgical maxillofacial university of Medicine Paris post-graduate director “ diplome des techniques chirurgicales reparatrices et reconstruct ices osseuses en implantologie orale” university of medicine paris-diderot Paris .Senior lecturer at the medical school Paris vii department of maxilla facial surgery ufr lariboisiere -St Louis.
A variety of bone grafting materials is available to facilitate the augmentation of defective alveolar ridges. This presentation evaluates current techniques regarding bone grafting materials and highlight on autologous, alloplastic, and allogeneic bone augmentation including various new surgical techniques as the use of piezo-surgery. There is still a need for continued education of the general doctors regarding all those procedures. Vertical alveolar bone deficiencies are challenging cases for dental implantology; the segmental osteotomy technique could be considered as an alternative method for vertical augmentation of mandibular alveolar bone in cases where difficulty is encountered regarding arch length discrepancy. The use of segmental osteotomy can quickly and effectively correct lower anterior disharmony and facilitate surgical correction of alveolar bone asymmetry. The choice of augmentation materials should assure the long-term stability of the bone volume created. In addition to those materials recombinant bone morphogenetic protein-2 significantly improve enhanced bone regeneration. Concentrated platelets capable of releasing endogenous growth factors have showed a rapid healing of the soft tissue as well as it’s a potentially useful substance in the fight against periodontal pathogens; this might represent a valuable property in adjunct to the enhancement of tissue regeneration.
University of British Columbia, Canada
Keynote: Smile design excellence
Time : 11:00-11:45
A graduate of the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia, Dr. Kwong’s passion for dentistry and patient care began in a small, rural community in BC. Today, Dr. Kwong is based in Vancouver where he founded his successful Oakridge practice, as well as Inspire Dental Group — a growing dental brand throughout the Lower Mainland. Dr. Kwong is also the founder of Vancouver Dental Education Centre (VDEC) for new dentists as well as VDEC elite—a master-level study group for A-List dental practitioners. He is a clinical instructor at the UBC Faculty of Dentistry and a respected lecturer for Nobel Bio care and Ivoclar throughout North America. Dr. Kwong is also a published author and member of the editorial advisory board for the professional journal Compendium.
How to design smiles with beauty and functionality in mind? .How do you integrate your team into a smile design process to maximize patient comfort & satisfaction? What are the core principles you need to know before you plan your case? .How can you test your designs to guarantee success?
Answer these critical questions and more in Dr. Wilson Kwong’s smile design presentation for experienced and aspiring dentists alike! Providing insights for attendees to transform their whole team into smile design experts. Develop an eye for esthetic excellence along with all the diagnostic fundamentals, techniques and core principles participants will need to achieve full and effective case acceptance. It’s serious fun! Discover how to help your patients realize their lifelong dream of having a beautiful, healthy smile without any pain or physiologic compromise. Recommended for all dentists and their teams.