Loss of an eye is very upsetting of any individuals, rehabilitation with various ways in the form of either combination of surgery & Eye Prosthesis or without surgery an eye prosthesis, motion in eye makes life in eye prosthesis, in this Talk we would like to illustrate the various options to enhance the motility and use the impression based coupling mechanism in better prosthesis and implant moralityCOURSE DETAILS
Prof. KULDEP RAZZAR - India
Phd,BCO, BADO, FAAO,
Deepa Rani Diddi MS, BCCA
International Prosthetic Eye Center, India
• Board Certified Ocularist, (NEBO) USA
• Board Approved Diplomat Ocularist, American Society of Ocularist, USA
• Clinical Ocularist & Anaplastologist
• Director International Anaplastology Association, USA
• National Advisory Board Member, Strategic Planning, USA
• Director International Prosthetic Eye Center
Grafting large boney defects using different types of xenografts or allografts is a difficult task using powder particles which are difficult to control, shape, and handle. After closure of soft tissue, the powder particles collapse with the end result of gaining more width rather than height. In a limited access cavity as in sinus lifting, the final shape of the graft cannot be predicted.
Scaffolds are three dimensionally prefabricated porous grafts made of basically different calcium salts designed to precisely fit the defect size without the need of a protective membrane or mixing with blood or platelet rich plasma. During healing phase the porous scaffold is infiltrated with new bone matrix according to the shape required. Some scaffold are biodegradable while the other are designed to be non-resorbable. Cases by case demonstration and introduction to international citation will be introducedCOURSE DETAILS
A. Prof. MOSTAFA ABOU SHELIEB - Egypt
|In the last few decades there has been a shift towards the 3 dimensional orthognathic surgery & virtual planning & reconstruction using advanced software & digital diagnostic modalities. The virtual planning had the advantages of reducing the time taken for planning as well as improving the accuracy of surgery & time in the operation room, more options are now available in the digital work flow including soft tissue prediction guided surgery.
The emergence of the promising digital manufacturing technologies including three dimensional printing & CAD/CAM milling was beneficial in transforming virtually designed appliances into physical models that can be used in the real surgery. With the presence of Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) which can provide the dentist with useful diagnostic information & can be integrated with other modalities to produce computer generated implant surgical guides that can allow the operator to surgically apply the predetermined treatment plan simply which are difficult or even not possible to obtain by radiographic or conventional technologies.
Dr. AMR EKRAM - Egypt
B.D.S, MDs , Ph.D.
Former A. Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University.
Fees include congress registration
Today’s dentistry and oral surgery is symbiosis of art, medicine, science and technologies. The artistic view of the dentist creates mentally and digitally through contemporary software the final smile. 2 D and 3 D visualization of the ideal proportions are the beginning point for the backward planning. We reconstruct today bone, soft tissue and teeth with high percentage of predictability. Newest studies concerning this data will be presented. Virtual planning, and manufacturing on teeth and implants are state of the art in the daily work.COURSE DETAILS
Dr. HENRIETTE LERNER - Germany
Baden Baden, Germany.
Associate Professor University of Medicine and Pharmacy“ GR.T Popa“ Iasi
Fees include congress registration
A load free healing period has been advocated in the past, as a pre-request to achieving Osseo-
integration. However, in recent years immediate loading protocol has become more acceptable as
a standard protocol for the treatment of fully and partially edentulous patients.
The disadvantages of patients wearing removable dentures as provisional or staying edentulous
during the healing phase will not be necessary; if simple guidelines of immediately loaded
implants are followed, the implants should achieve primary stability upon insertion, they should
be rigidly splinted around the curvature of the arch and the temporary prosthesis should not be
disturbed during the healing phase. If these simple procedures are followed, immediate loading
can be a predictable treatment modality.
Forthwith the question shifts from whether to immediately load or not, to which technique will
be utilized to immediately load dental implants with great prognosis.
Intra-oral welding has established itself as one of the most predictable manners that can be
utilized for immediate loading. Intra-oral welding provides a stable and passively fitting
framework for temporary or durable prosthesis for immediate restorations on the same day of
surgery. It is a fast and economical solution to deliver partial- and full arch restorations – suitable
for immediate or late loading.COURSE DETAILS
Dr. KAREM M. IBRAHIM - Egypt
• Fellowship in Lasers Dentistry, Aachen University, Germany.
• Certified Trained Specialist in Intra-oral Welding.
• MSC, Oral Implantology.
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main
Vertical bone augmentation and site reconstruction process can be a challenging process with a relatively unpredictable results sometimes.
The employment of the patients’ own growth factors can accelerate the vascularization and integration of such grafts, in addition to improving the soft tissue characteristics and healing properties in general.
The introduction of platelet rich “fibrin” has further added a clinically significant percentage towards more predictable outcomes.
The course consists of two components:
B) Hands on workshop.
- Role and efficacy of PRP, PRF in success of bone graft. Dr. Ahmed Osman
- 2. Clinical applications of PRP in different sites. Dr. Ahmed Hany
B) Hands on workshop:
Preparation of platelet-rich fibrin, membrane and sticky bone.
Application in defective jaws
Suturing techniqueCOURSE DETAILS
Dr. AHMED OSMAN - Egypt
Dr. AHMED HANY - Egypt
1- Physical principles and mechanism of action of piezotome.
2- Benefits of ultrasonic bone surgery in comparison with conventional bur surgery.
3- Different tips & kits for a variety of applications.
4- Minimally invasive tooth extraction using piezotome2 special extraction kit for maximum alveolar preservation and immediate implants placement
5- Piezotome autogenous onlay block harvesting .
6- Piezotome lateral sinus lift procedure.
7- Transcrestal hydrodynamic sinus lift procedure ( Intralift protocol- Internal sinus lift via crestal approach together with grafting and immediate implants placement).
8- Crest Splitting kit for one-stage management of edentulous narrow ridge.
9- Inferior Alveolar nerve lateralization for management of long-term mandibular posterior edentulism.
10- Ultrasonic drilling theory for faster osseointegration and less postoperative complications.
HANDS ON: Sinus Lift and crest splitting procedures on animal cadavers.
LIVE SURGERY: on case accepted according to scientific committee approval. (Sinus lift-Crest splitting- IAN lateralization)COURSE DETAILS
Dr. ZIAD TAREK MAHMOUD- Egypt
Lecturer of oral and maxillofacial surgery, Faculy of dentistry, Alexandria university- Egypt.
Vice-President of IAUSI ( international academy of ultrasonic surgery and implantology, Vienna, Austria) for the middle east region.
Digital dentistry is expanding like you’ve never seen! Since 1982, the first chairside ceramic restorations were introduced; a posterior tooth-bonded ceramic Inlay was digitally imaged, designed, and manufactured using CEREC chairside CAD/CAM unit.
Through the years, Chairside CADCAM units had been modified showing huge development and improvements to enhance the accuracy of the final result. The capabilities of the CEREC system were as well developed to manufacture almost every type of single tooth restorations as well as bridges both on natural teeth and implants.COURSE DETAILS
Prof. AHMED ADEL ABDEL HAKIM - Egypt
Professor of Prosthodontics, Alex Univ, Egypt.
BDS , MDSc , PhD , F.I.C.D. , F.I.C.O.I. , F.A.O.I.A.
Regent ICD Egypt/Sudan
Chairperson PFA, Section 11, North Africa
Certified CEREC Trainer, ISCD.
World Recognized LASER