Programme of the congress MASTERS 2020 - Academic day

#ACADEMIC DAY

FIRST DAY OF CONGRESS

#ACADEMIC DAY

FIRST DAY OF CONGRESS


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Christian Coachman

Brazil

«The modern smile rehabilitator - efficiency & differentiation through technology & storytelling»

Technology, Marketing, and Corporate Dentistry are changing our industry creating a disruptive moment full of new opportunities and challenges. Incorporating digital solutions to better promote, diagnose, design, plan, motivate and perform is paramount to succeed in the new, extremely competitive, dental market that is forming ahead of us. Planning the investments, creating key partnerships, overcome the learning curve, implementing workflows and getting the team on board are some of the obstacles to differentiate ourselves in the eyes of our current and possible clients, becoming a modern clinic and creating value towards our community.


coachman1

Christian Coachman

Brazil

«The modern smile rehabilitator - efficiency & differentiation through technology & storytelling»

Technology, Marketing, and Corporate Dentistry are changing our industry creating a disruptive moment full of new opportunities and challenges. Incorporating digital solutions to better promote, diagnose, design, plan, motivate and perform is paramount to succeed in the new, extremely competitive, dental market that is forming ahead of us. Planning the investments, creating key partnerships, overcome the learning curve, implementing workflows and getting the team on board are some of the obstacles to differentiate ourselves in the eyes of our current and possible clients, becoming a modern clinic and creating value towards our community.

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Nondas Vlachopoulos

Greece

«Perfecting anterior all-ceramic full-coverage restorations: a step-by-step approach»

Today’s aesthetic dentistry invests in a broad range of knowledge coming from many sciences and arts. The great contribution of modern technology in the field of materials and machinery, combined with today's most advanced manufacturing techniques is the key to satisfy the aesthetic and functional demands of patients. The need for optimum results in the areas of aesthetics, function, and biocompatibility, necessitates more and more the use of all-ceramic restorations, implants, and their combination. However, knowledge, talent, technique, artistic ability and perception of the dental technician remain the biggest and perhaps the most important factor to create impeccable work. The dental technician must have the ability to assess every single time all the factors, in order to select a suitable patient therapy, and also to modify his technique wherever it is necessary for the design and execution so that the best result can be obtained. In this presentation, we will describe step by step the daily laboratory process, and the way that art and technology in combination with artistic ability, manage to fulfill with great success excellent accuracy for the requirements of each individual case. Methods and handling for analysis and design will be described in order to understand and be able to select the proper solution for the optimal result.

nondas

Nondas Vlachopoulos

Greece

«Perfecting anterior all-ceramic full-coverage restorations: a step-by-step approach»

Today’s aesthetic dentistry invests in a broad range of knowledge coming from many sciences and arts. The great contribution of modern technology in the field of materials and machinery, combined with today's most advanced manufacturing techniques is the key to satisfy the aesthetic and functional demands of patients. The need for optimum results in the areas of aesthetics, function, and biocompatibility, necessitates more and more the use of all-ceramic restorations, implants, and their combination. However, knowledge, talent, technique, artistic ability and perception of the dental technician remain the biggest and perhaps the most important factor to create impeccable work. The dental technician must have the ability to assess every single time all the factors, in order to select a suitable patient therapy, and also to modify his technique wherever it is necessary for the design and execution so that the best result can be obtained. In this presentation, we will describe step by step the daily laboratory process, and the way that art and technology in combination with artistic ability, manage to fulfill with great success excellent accuracy for the requirements of each individual case. Methods and handling for analysis and design will be described in order to understand and be able to select the proper solution for the optimal result.

Picha

Stefan Picha

Germany

«Digital or Analog? - How many analog steps does a full arch restoration now a days need?»

Nowadays full arch restorations become more and more common in our daily work. With the digital world we have a lot of possibilities to do such kind of restorations. If we believe in the digital industry - we can do everything digital. And if believe the old masters - we can do nothing without a patient. The funny thing, both of them are right. The question is, what kind of steps do we have to do analog and what kind of steps can we do digital. In his lecture the speaker tries to explain all difficulties of doing full arch restoration. And shows why and when some steps are needed to be analog.

Picha

Stefan Picha

Germany

«Digital or Analog? - How many analog steps does a full arch restoration now a days need?»

Nowadays full arch restorations become more and more common in our daily work. With the digital world we have a lot of possibilities to do such kind of restorations. If we believe in the digital industry - we can do everything digital. And if believe the old masters - we can do nothing without a patient. The funny thing, both of them are right. The question is, what kind of steps do we have to do analog and what kind of steps can we do digital. In his lecture the speaker tries to explain all difficulties of doing full arch restoration. And shows why and when some steps are needed to be analog.

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Joshua Polansky

USA

«Prosthodontic protocols for the modern dental team. A team approach to navigating the prosthodontics restorative landscape»

Modern dentistry is changing at a rapid pace. CAD/CAM, new techniques and materials are evolving almost on a daily basis. It is crucial to adapt to the times, however, it is of utmost importance to have a foundation in prosthodontic protocols to succeed. These foundations will help the dental team adapt to the times in a more productive and predictable fashion. The lecture will discuss updated techniques from full mouth rehabilitations using cad/cam, photo protocols with shade taking, to alternative restorative techniques such as non-invasive veneers. The focus of the presentation is to show how the dental technician and dentist involve each other throughout the entire treatment process in order to achieve predictable success for the patients.

Joshua-650

Joshua Polansky

USA

«Prosthodontic protocols for the modern dental team. A team approach to navigating the prosthodontics restorative landscape»

Modern dentistry is changing at a rapid pace. CAD/CAM, new techniques and materials are evolving almost on a daily basis. It is crucial to adapt to the times, however, it is of utmost importance to have a foundation in prosthodontic protocols to succeed. These foundations will help the dental team adapt to the times in a more productive and predictable fashion. The lecture will discuss updated techniques from full mouth rehabilitations using cad/cam, photo protocols with shade taking, to alternative restorative techniques such as non-invasive veneers. The focus of the presentation is to show how the dental technician and dentist involve each other throughout the entire treatment process in order to achieve predictable success for the patients.

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Jan Hajto

Germany

«May we live in interesting times. Chances and Challenges of Digitalization»

Digitalization in Dentistry is an ongoing process which encompasses many different methods and processes in the dental office, the laboratory. In some areas digitalization has become standard in others it seems to continuously struggle against obstacles. The closer digital workflows approach the core processes of dentistry, such as digital impressions and the fabrication of prosthetic work, the more difficult it becomes to simply replace analog methods that were proven for decades. That is mainly because in dentistry we never encounter the simple standard case, but always some special case, which then often may pose difficulties to standardised technology. Additionally digital processes often require new ways of manufacturing in the physical world, which need to be mastered. Thus digital dentistry is ambivalent. In his presentation Dr. Hajtó tries to expound the considerable chances of digital methods such as intraoral scanning and 3d printing in dentistry without omitting the critical aspects of these new possibilities.

jan-hajto

Jan Hajto

Germany

«May we live in interesting times. Chances and Challenges of Digitalization»

Digitalization in Dentistry is an ongoing process which encompasses many different methods and processes in the dental office, the laboratory. In some areas digitalization has become standard in others it seems to continuously struggle against obstacles. The closer digital workflows approach the core processes of dentistry, such as digital impressions and the fabrication of prosthetic work, the more difficult it becomes to simply replace analog methods that were proven for decades. That is mainly because in dentistry we never encounter the simple standard case, but always some special case, which then often may pose difficulties to standardised technology. Additionally digital processes often require new ways of manufacturing in the physical world, which need to be mastered. Thus digital dentistry is ambivalent. In his presentation Dr. Hajtó tries to expound the considerable chances of digital methods such as intraoral scanning and 3d printing in dentistry without omitting the critical aspects of these new possibilities.

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Carlo Poggio

Italy

«Vertical preparations in digital warkflows»

Tooth preparations without a defined finish line have been termed in several different ways, such as feather edge, knife edge or shoulderless. With slight differences between each other, all this preparation types may be defined “vertical” as opposed to “horizontal” ones (shoulder, chamfers) and historically, since the introduction of metal ceramic, they have been almost abandoned. The field of prosthetic dentistry is undergoing a deep transformation, current trends involve more and more full digital workflows & monolithic materials. An analysis of advantages and shortcomings of vertical preparation design in contemporary full digital workflows will be presented in light clinical experience and with the support of recently published literature.
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Carlo Poggio

Italy

«Vertical preparations in digital warkflows»

Tooth preparations without a defined finish line have been termed in several different ways, such as feather edge, knife edge or shoulderless. With slight differences between each other, all this preparation types may be defined “vertical” as opposed to “horizontal” ones (shoulder, chamfers) and historically, since the introduction of metal ceramic, they have been almost abandoned. The field of prosthetic dentistry is undergoing a deep transformation, current trends involve more and more full digital workflows & monolithic materials. An analysis of advantages and shortcomings of vertical preparation design in contemporary full digital workflows will be presented in light clinical experience and with the support of recently published literature.

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