Significant progress has been made in the field of aesthetic restoration over the past 20 years.
This evolution is due not only to the aesthetic requirements of the patient, but also to a good relationship between the dentist and the dental technician.
The clinician should know the technical steps to make the process easier for the technician, and the laboratory should know the clinical surgical steps with possible oral difficulties so that the technician can develop more techniques to help the dentist in his work.

"Technical diagnosis and aesthetic approach"

Giuseppe Romeo

"The Role of the Team in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry: "A 30-Year Retrospective"

Maurice Salama

Dr. Salama is a highly regarded specialist, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, with extensive experience in orthodontics, periodontics and implantology. His impressive resume includes serving as an academic teacher at the University of Pennsylvania, and founder of the Scientific Committee at leading educational website DentalXP.

“20 Years of Implantology: what is changed, what we have learned and kept nowadays”

Sergio Piano

The evolution of implantology has allowed it to reach new standards that were difficult to imagine just a few years ago. In fact, at the beginning of the new century, we were used to implant dentistry in a different way, and the improvements over these 20 years related to technology, scientific advances and new prosthetic and surgical components have been truly significant.

Most adults with an open bite have previously received orthodontic treatment in their teenage years. Recurrence is caused by several factors, including myofunctional aspects and lingual habits, but also unstable occlusion and an inadequate treatment plan.
The lecture will discuss a number of cases of varying severity and provide guidelines for correcting open bite.

"Predictable long-term implant & soft tissue aesthetics: from Single Teeth to Complex Aesthetic & Restorative Dilemmas"

Tidu Mankoo

W tej prezentacji przedstawione zostaną współczesne koncepcje chirurgiczne i protetyczne w zarządzaniu implantami w strefie estetycznej w celu osiągnięcia optymalnej długoterminowej estetyki i stabilności. Nacisk zostanie położony na postępowanie kliniczne oraz zrozumienie i zastosowanie czynników biologicznych, które wpływają na wyniki leczenia. Zarządzanie kością, tkankami miękkimi oraz konturami i materiałami protetycznymi odgrywa kluczową rolę w estetycznym wyniku i długoterminowej stabilności estetyki tkanek miękkich.