Dr. Silvana Cânjău has graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Victor Babeș” Timișoara (UMFT) in 2010. Since then she has continued and developed her professional activity in the clinical teaching program as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Oral Rehabilitation and Dental Emergencies – UMFT. She is a specialist in prosthetic dentistry, having also a PhD degree in minimal invasive diagnosis area. She has been and continues to be member in interdisciplinary fundamental research programs. The private practice is focused on complex aesthetic and functional rehabilitations on teeth and implants, using both traditional prosthetic methods and also innovative ones, focusing mostly on minimally invasive procedures (non-prep veneers, prep veneers, inlays, onlays, partial crowns, hybrid abutments).
Dr. Silvana Canjau is co-author for 3 books, and 20 published articles from which 3 are in ISI journals and 1 PubMed indexed review, having also research activity in the PARTNERSHIP Grant PN-II-PT-PCCA-2011-3.2-1682. During her professional development she was a member of research groups in the field of CAD/CAM technologies and Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT). She has over 50 national and international communications in the field of prosthetic dentistry, implant supported restorations and minimal/non-invasive oral diagnosis. She is an opinion leader for 3M and she is currently member of the following professional associations: SSER – Society of Aesthetic Dentistry in Romania, SRLS – Romanian Society of Lasers in Dentistry, OSA – The Optical Society, HNODS – Head and Neck Optical Diagnosis Society and CMDR – Romanian Association of Dentists.
Tricking Nature: Prosthetically Driven Implant Dentistry
The evolution of concepts and technologies brings new perspectives regarding the ultimate goal in aesthetic implant dentistry: soft tissue architecture preservation. One of the key factors for maintaining the soft tissue architecture is to have a prosthetically driven implant dentistry, especially in the aesthetic zone, where the therapeutic approach gets complicated.
Therefore, the conference objective is the debate of restorative concepts in Implantology regarding the anterior zone, from tooth extraction to the prosthetic part of implant-supported restoration, in a minimally invasive way, respecting as much as possible the biology and of course, planning before doing. Applying a correct implant-prosthodontic concept leads to predictable implant restorations, and keeps us on the safe side, stress free implant dentistry.
Thus, achieving the aesthetic perfection is no longer an option but an obligation, that’s why the conference addresses not only to the surgical or prosthetic dentistry specialists, but also to general practitioners that are willing to deal with implants in the anterior zone.