REVIEW 15-16 November 2019 | Bucharest

bone & tissue days Bucharest 2019

15 – 16 November 2019

FRIDAY | 15th November

Workshops run in parallel
Each workshop is limited to 26 participants

SATURDAY| 16th November

08:00-08:45 Registration
Opening ceremony ZOLTAN KASAP Director International Sales & Marketing, botiss biomaterials
09:00-10:30 GIOVANNI ZUCCHELLI Soft tissue defects around osteointegrated implants
10:30-10:40 Discussion
10:40-11:00 Coffee break
11:00-11:45 KRZYSZTOF CHMIELEWSKI Optimized soft tissue aesthetics based on the surgical and prosthetic solutions
11:45-12:30 CRISTIAN DINU Hard and soft tissue augmentation in alveolar ridge deficiencies
12:30-12:40 Discussion
12:40-13:30 Lunch
13:30-15:00 MARIUS STEIGMANN Soft tissue management for bone augmentation
15:00-15:45 IULIAN FILIPOV Vertical bone grafting in the lateral maxilla and mandible
15:45-15:55 Discussion
15:55-16:15 Coffee break
16:15-17:00 SERHAT ASLAN The future of reconstructive surgery: What are the key ingredients for success?
17:00-17:30 IVAN DESSIMIROV A contemporary strategy for preserving alveolar bone around teeth and Implants
17:30-17:40 Discussion
17:40 Tombola Award
21:00 Party


Prof. Giovanni Zucchelli

Mucogingival esthetic surgery

The hands-on course is planned and designed to develop periodontal surgical skills. Each procedure is trained step by step in detail with live demonstrations on pig jaws and each participant also performs procedures on pig jaws. The course is instructed by Prof. Zucchelli and his experienced periodontal assistant Dr. Martina Stefanini.
The workshop will enable participants to do:
– Flap design for the treatment of single and multiple recession defects
– Split-full-split flap elevation
– Connective tissue graft harvesting technique
– Suturing techniques


Soft tissue defects around osteointegrated implants

The recession of the buccal soft tissue margin is a frequent complication of well integrated dental implants. The appearance of metallic structure or even their transparency through the thin buccal soft tissues are common reasons for patient aesthetic complains. Mucogingival plastic surgery can be successfully used in combination with a prosthetic approach to treat soft tissue dehiscence around dental implants. This approach consists of a presurgical phase in which the crown is removed and the abutment reduced in order to increase the space between it and the adjacent teeth that will be filled with soft tissues. The second phase is the mucogingival one, consisting of a connective tissue graft positioned above the abutment and completely covered by a coronally advanced flap. During the postsurgical phase a temporary crown is used to condition the augmented soft tissue. The aim of the lecture is to describe step by step this new combined surgical and restorative procedure for the treatment of soft tissue defects around implants.

Dr. Krzysztof Chmielewski

Regeneration of horizontal defects with simultaneous implant placement

The aim of the workshop is to present the possibility of simultaneous implantation procedure with augmentation of the horizontal alveolar ridge using a titanium membrane attached to the implant. You will learn the rules, tools and a protocol in order to achieve predictable results.


Optimized soft tissue aesthetics based on the surgical and prosthetic solutions

The stable and aesthetic effect of implant-prosthetic treatment is the goal of the dentist focused on the fulfillment of the promise made to the patient before starting treatment. Many factors and limitations affect the choice of a particular treatment method, techniques or materials. The aim of the lecture is to present an approach to treatment using digital protocols and new technologies.

Dr. Cristian Dinu

Horizontal bone augmentation with simultaneous implant placement

During the workshop the first part will consist of theoretical presentation of the procedure including etiology, clinical and imagistic diagnosis, surgical treatment and some clinical case discussion. On a pig mandible the participants will perform an implant placement and a concomitant horizontal bone reconstruction using GBR technique with xenograft and resorbable membrane fixated with pins or periosteal sutures, flap management for passive closure and suturing techniques.


Hard and soft tissue augmentation in alveolar ridge deficiencies

Modern implantology presents a permanent challenge to obtain an excellent esthetic outcome together with the restoration of the lost function and the good prognosis of the obtained result. One of the multiple treatment steps in obtaining this goal is to surgically restore the alveolar ridge deficiencies. Multiple methods have been described in literature for alveolar ridge augmentation, according to the morphology of the defect and the type of prosthetic reconstruction. A scientific and clinical evidence based wide range of augmentation procedures according to the type of defect, the reconstruction material and the treatment concept will be presented. All kind of defects will be approached, from dehiscence defects and fenestrations, thin ridge with horizontal bone deficiency, vertical ridge deficiencies to combined horizontal and vertical alveolar ridge defects. The reconstruction methods vary from GBR techniques with autologous bone and biomaterials, resorbable membranes or titanium nonresorbable membranes to different bone block techniques – onlay, shell, horizontal or vertical augmentation with intraoral or extraoral source of bone, combined vertical and horizontal techniques with autologous bone blocks and GBR, inferior alveolar nerve repositioning. Soft tissue management with FGG, CTG and corrective techniques for implant exposure in the esthetic area will be outlined.

Dr. Marius Steigmann

Soft tissue management for bone augmentation

That hands-on will give the participants the possibility to exercise different flap designs step by step, with special splitters that were developed by Dr. Steigmann. The tissue thickness dictates the way it is manipulated for high volume augmentation. The gain of soft tissue for tension free closure even in cases of reduced soft tissue thickness.
– Soft tissue tension free – step by step
– Tension free flap adaptation – multiple options


Soft tissue management for bone augmentation

In time bone augmentation has moved from highly specialized clinics into the dental office. With the help of modern grafting material, the augmentation volume in the dental office has increased year by year. However, the main issue remains soft tissue closure for high volume augmentation, especially in the posterior mandible and posterior maxilla. We developed special flap designs and suturing techniques specific to location to solve this ongoing soft tissue management problem. The participants will learn and practice how to solve this soft tissue closure problem according to the location.
The tissue thickness dictates the way it is manipulated for high volume augmentation. Thick biotype can be managed in a classical manner. On the other side thin biotype needs new surgical approaches with specific instruments. The course will describe step by step the gain of soft tissue for tension free closure even in cases of reduced soft tissue thickness.

Dr. Iulian Filipov


Vertical bone grafting in the lateral maxilla and mandible

In many cases, due to early extraction, periodontitis, trauma or oncological pathology, alveolar process suffers a significant loss and bone augmentation procedures are a prerequisite for successful dental implant treatment. Vertical augmentation is one of the most challenging procedures faced by the surgeon in dental implantology and a thorough planning and a proper surgical technique makes the difference between a favorable and unfavorable outcome. An evidence-based approach is advisable to be used to set accurate technique for a specific clinical scenario. The aim of the presentation is to make a literature review related to the suitable techniques for bone grafting of vertical defects in the lateral area of mandible and maxilla. Secondly, a new technique of one stage vertical grafting and implant placement, in the lateral maxilla with less than 1 mm vertical bone, will be presented.

Dr. Serhat Aslan


The future of reconstructive surgery: What are the key ingredients for success?

Reconstructive surgical techniques have significantly evolved during the last 30 years, but saving the compromised teeth by applying established principles is still the primary goal. Success of reconstructive surgery is highly correlated with wound stability in the early and late phases. Biomaterial exposure or healing by secondary intention may lead to bacterial contamination in the surgical area and impair the outcomes of periodontal regeneration particularly in the interproximal site. To date, different surgical procedures have been proposed to preserve the interdental papilla
during the early and late phases of wound healing to prevent contamination of the regenerating area and eventual wound failure. However, published findings do not report 100% primary closure
over the defect-associated papilla during the wound healing process. An ideal flap design may overcome this particular issue and preserve the original anatomy of the entire interdental soft tissues. In the current presentation, critical elements and new perspectives of the reconstructive surgery will be discussed.

Congress fees
Workshop fees
Early bird: 200 € (VAT included) until 1st of October 2019
Regular: 250 € (VAT included) after the 1st of October 2019
Early bird: 200 € (VAT included) until 1st of October 2019
Regular: 230 € (VAT included) after the 1st of October 2019

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