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2nd Japanese Symposium

Friday, 11.01.2019
Implant (Raum II & III)
09:00-09:45
Dr. Hideaki Katsuyama
Implant site development for compromised situations
09:45-10:30
Dr. Hideaki Ueda
Mastering occlusal reconstruction
10:30-10:45
Discussion
10:45-11:15
Break
11:15-12:00
Dr. Tomohiro Ishikawa
Optimizing implant esthetics through tissue preservation and augmentation
12:00-12:45
Modern implantology is becoming established as a routine treatment in daily practice. Also full ceramic restorations are a matter of course in modern dentistry. There is an allegedly high degree of predictability and patients enter our practices with high expectations. However, despite the progress that has been made in many areas, what is often overlooked is the fact that implantology and high level restorations has not got any easier: the problems now lie elsewhere.
The lecture will show the successful application of structured treatment planning, how to integrate the latest advances in implantology on the one hand and full ceramic restorations on the other hand into daily practice and how to solve even complex challenges by consistent involvement of functional aspects.
12:45-13:00
Discussion
13:00-14:00
Break
Periodontal Plastic Surgery (Raum II & III)
14:00-14:45
Dr. Hiroyuki Takino
Verification of the effectiveness of growth factors in periodontal plastic surgery
14:45-15:30
The pursuit of aesthetics in implant treatment catches the hearts of many implant logistics and doesn't hand away. The reason is that when many factors correlate with each other, even if one part of them is missing, the result is greatly affected. And there is a difficulty to reach the ideal goal. Particularly in aesthetically important parts, as shown by the concept of "Esthetic Triangle" by Zetu, Wang et al. (2005), we will preserve hard and soft tissues as much as possible and also develop hard tissues and soft tissues at necessary sites . In addition, by applying advanced prosthetic technology, the aesthetics in implant treatment are achieved for the first time. Exactly including functions of soft tissues • Recovery and
acquisition of esthetics are becoming more required. In recent trends, we will examine biomaterials and new surgical procedures used for soft tissue formation for improving the aesthetics of implants.
15:30-15:45
Discussion
15:45-16:45
Break
16:45-17:15
Dr. Masana Suzuki
Technical solutions for periimplant soft tissue recessions - microsurgical soft tissue augmentation for maximum implant esthetics
17:15-17:45
Prof. Dr. Anton Sculean
Recession coverage in challenging clinical situations
17:45-18:00
Saturday, 12.01.2019
Prosthodontics | Esthetics | Complete Denture (Raum II & III)
09:00-09:45
Dr. Masayuki Okawa
Minimally Invasive Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Adopting Digital Dentistry
09:45-10:30
Resin-bonded fixed dental prostheses (RBFDPs, so-called Maryland bridges) with two metal retainer wings have been introduced over 30 years ago for a minimal invasive replacement of missing teeth. However RBFDPs are still not considered a comparable treatment modality to implants by most of the dentists.
Cantilevered anterior RBFDPs with a single ceramic retainer wing were introduced 20 years ago. They provide better esthetics and are less invasive than two-retainer RBFDPs. In the meantime execellent long-term data of this minimal invasive treatment option are available. Similar concepts are now also implemented for the replacement of posterior teeth that show promising medium-term outcomes comparable to single tooth implants.
This lecture summarizes when zirconia ceramic RBFDPs present a favorable, minimally invasive and less costly treatment alternative to single tooth implants.
10:30-10:45
Discussion
10:45-11:15
Break
11:15-12:00
The prosthetic management of the edentulous patient has long been a major challenge for dentistry. The main problem is the mandibular complete denture that lifts up easily with the mouth opening. Most clinicians know that patients report significantly more problems adapting to their mandibular denture. When using our current techniques, most lower dentures exhibit a lack of retention, this can contribute to patient dissatisfaction and acceptance of their new dentures. Normally, in clinical experience, conventional dentures don't create mandibular suction effectiveness.
In 1999, in order to overcome this problem, I established a successful concept and mechanism to fabricate the mandibular suction denture and have been expanding this technique around the world. My presentation will take clinician on a new journey to discover and implement my suction effective mandibular denture techniques.
12:00-12:45
Aesthetic dentistry has evolved in many areas in recent years.
In the lecture, developments in materials, digital planning and their clinical implementation will be explained.
12:45-13:00
Discussion
13:00-14:00
Break
Immediate Loading (Raum II & III)
14:00-14:45
Dr. Hajime Igarashi
The importance of orofacial muscle training during the period of provisional restoration on immediately loaded implants. Why is it important for edentulous and partially edentulous patients to undergo orofacial muscle training?
14:45-15:30
Dr. Senichi Suzuki
Extension of healthy life with implant treatment especially with Photofunctionalized immediately loaded Implants. The role of implants in super aged society
15:30-15:45
Discussion
15:45-16:45
Break
16:45-18:00
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