SFU Sigmund Freud University – Dental Clinic, Vienna (Freudplatz 3, 1020 Vienna, zahnklinik.sfu.at)
The programme is subject to changes and adjustments.
FRIDAY, MAY 13
09:00 – 10:30 // Joint Session – Keynotes
Jürgen Kohnen is Senior Director for Retail Innovation at Procter & Gamble Germany/Austria/Switzerland since 2013. His responsibilities include Category Management, Business Intelligence and Future Retailing Trends. He started his career 30 years ago at P&G in IT, moved to Sales in 1998 where he held different positions in Germany, Europe and the US.
As member of P&Gs global retail innovation team, Jürgen is visiting different markets regularly to stay in touch with the latest retail and technology developments. He shares his wisdom with senior retail leaders in many markets.
Jürgen is a passionate presenter. He has coached thousands of colleagues around the world with his own communication masterclass and hosts P&Gs new YouTube Channel PresentationGYM.
Karim-Patrick Bannour is the founder and managing director of the renowned Austrian social media agency “viermalvier” in Salzburg. With his team, he supports numerous companies in their successful social media presence. He is also co-author of the social media marketing bestseller “Follow me!” and gives many lectures and workshops. In 2016, he also co-founded the Amazon agency “MarktPlatz1” and is intensively involved with “social commerce”, i.e. the question of how to successfully combine social media and e-commerce.
11:00 – 13:00 // Joint Scientific Session 1 – REGENERATION
There is a trend towards using regenerative treatments, not only to reconstruct big defects, but also to prevent tissue loss, simplify treatments and minimize complications. During and after the corona pandemic, these aspects have become more pertinent than ever because they help to make workflows easier, reduce costs and make treatment more convenient for the patients.
This session in an active and modern talk set-up will provide insights and expertise for several aspects of preventive regenerative dentistry – from saving teeth through preserving the tissues in the context of implant placement to patient factors.
Niklaus P. LANG //
Saving Teeth: Periodontal Regenerative Treatment Outcomes in the Long-Term
Niklaus STIEFEL //
Biomaterials in Regenerative Dentistry: A Materials Science and Design Perspective
Myroslav SOLONKO //
Immediate or Delayed Implant Placement, how Biomaterials Change the Outcome
14:00 – 16:00 // Scientific Session 2 – ENDODONTICS
The endodontic specialty is subject to technological advancement and digitalization. The established treatment concepts involving diagnostics, root canal instrumentation, disinfection, and obturation are continuously being questioned and challenged – which is warm welcome. The overreaching aim of those advancements are to provide a conservative but reliable endodontic therapy that enables to preserve the natural dentition for as long as possible. Therefore, current trends in endodontics are digitalization, prevention, minimally invasive therapies, and biocompatibility/-activity of the materials used.
The potential of new technology is great. Cone beam computed tomography, for example, enables a more targeted case selection and planning. The use of biocompatible/-active restorative materials pushes the boundaries for vital pulp treatment. With modern, heat-treated nickel-titanium instruments, minimally invasive yet simplified root canal instrumentation is possible. Refined disinfection concepts take into account the complexity of root canal anatomy and new obturation materials, based on hydraulic calcium silicate chemistry, enable a simplified but biocompatible long-term seal of the root canal space. Is all this for real?
The aim of the lecture is to frame and critically evaluate modern concepts in endodontics. Furthermore, to provide an outlook on how endodontics might develop in the future.
Dr. Jurgita Sybaite will discuss the most important factors to consider when choosing the most appropriate restoration in aesthetic zone. Different clinical scenarios will be discussed to demonstrate how decisions made can impact the longevity and predictability of aesthetics.
Parallel WORKSHOP #1
The small dehiscence defects (defect with one or two bony wall missing < 7mm (Urban 2019, Jung 2009) may be treated with a simultaneous approach. The smaller the dehiscence, the more bony walls around the implant, the better the osteogenicity. In favorable cases, a collagen membrane can be used with the periosteal vertical mattress suture technique (Urban 2016).
In less favorable cases a titanium reinforced membrane should be used simultaneously with the implant placement. A staged approach may also be considered (implants placed after the bone regeneration).
The most important dehiscence defects (> 7mm, more than two bony walls missing) should be treated with a staged approach.
The knife edge ridges should be treated with a staged approach. The Sausage Technique (TM) (Urban 2011 2013), is one of the least invasive scientifically documented technique for horizontal bone augmentation. It is also a technique that is able to provide the most horizontal bone gain. This technique will be described step by step during the workshop.
Why young dentists should attend this workshop?
16:00 – 19:00 // TEAM BUILDING SESSION
There is hardly any team activity where work is so intense and concentrated. The big question is: Will it be possible for the chain reaction to run without interruption after the first impulse without further human intervention? Teams build one section at a time. For the sections, the curves and loops are pressed by body weight itself. Intensive thinking and good consultation is required for the interfaces between the teams – a nice metaphor for processes in companies. At which point is the impulse handed over and with what intensity? During a final rehearsal, the last weak points can be identified and then it’s there! The final run-through! The chain reaction is set in motion amid cheers and applause: Will it succeed?
Developed & Organised by “Team in Progress, Vienna”
20:00 – 23:00 // YOUNG DENTIST NIGHT
SATURDAY, MAY 14
09:00 – 10:00 // INDUSTRY BREAKFAST
10:00 – 12:00 // Scientific Session 3 – PERIODONTOLOGY
This lecture will provide an update of the current knowledge on what is possible to achieve with modern periodontal treatment, with focus on tooth preservation on the long-term.
Based on the currently available evidence it is known that the adjunctive use of systemic antibiotics, particularly the combination of amoxicillin and metronidazole, is able to improve periodontal parameters when compared to basic periodontal therapy alone. However, an increasing number of warnings have been issued against the unrestricted use of antibiotics (WHO 2018), because bacterial resistance is a significant public health concern worldwide.
In the recently published EFP S3 Level Clinical Practice Guideline for the treatment of Stage I–III periodontitis calls for a rather restrictive and prudent usage of adjunctive systemic antibiotics with the following recommendation: “Due to concerns to patient’s health and the impact of systemic antibiotic use to public health, its routine use as adjunct to subgingival debridement in patients with periodontitis is not recommended. Based on the available evidence, however, its adjunctive use may be considered for special patient categories (e.g. generalized periodontitis Stage III in young adults)”.
It’s time to rethink the use of antibiotics in the treatment of periodontitis!
Parallel WORKSHOP #2
12:00 – 14:00 // INDUSTRY LUNCH
14:00 – 16:00 // Scientific Session 4 – ORTHODONTICS
In the rapidly changing orthodontic scenario, many new innovations have come into the market and are being used in the hopes of achieving faster and better orthodontic treatment. Marketing claims however may not be consistent with evidence based care.
Where do we go from here?
The presentation deals with the events that occur in the life of the teeth after reaching occlusion. For many decades the general belief was that this was the end station of the long trip of eruption.
However, it seems that this is not the case, something that may have an impact in the dentist’s clinical practice.
Parallel WORKSHOP #3
Peri-implantitis is a major burden in everyday praxis, with a large and increasing number of patients suffering from it. Management of peri-implantitis is often complex, while there is no consensus on the most effective treatment. Current approaches consist first of anti-infective, non-surgical measures, followed in the majority of cases by surgical interventions; in some cases, the only solution is to remove the implant.
This workshop consists of (1) a lecture on non-surgical and surgical management of peri-implantitis, complemented with several clinical videos and patient cases; and (2) hands-on training on resective and regenerative treatment techniques, using special peri-implantitis models and power-driven and air-polishing devices.
Parallel WORKSHOP #4 – Zimmer Biomet Corporate Forum
Therefore before tooth extraction and implant placement is considered, a possible periodontal therapy should be evaluated. This may even be useful, as these patients (patients with a history of periodontal disease) show an increased rate of early and late failures of dental implants.
This interactive lecture shows different aspects and approaches to severely periodontally compromised teeth.
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