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HANDS-ON COURSES


Dr. James Russel

THE NEW CONCEPT OF ALIGNMENT, BLEACHING AND BONDING
(ABB) (Inman Aligner Accreditation Course)

Dr. James Russel, UK
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Dr James Russell has been awarded the highly prestigious British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD) Accreditation in recognition of excellence in cosmetic dentistry, the youngest dentist to achieve this.
James’ work has been widely published in the dental press and he regularly lectures and instructs dentists on the art and science of aesthetic and restorative dentistry both in the UK and abroad, recently he has helped develop new techniques with the Inman Aligner to promote the provision of minimally invasive aesthetic dentistry.
His opinions and skills are heavily featured in magazines, on radio and since 2009 James has been the dental expert providing advice and treatment on Channel 4’s highly popular, BAFTA winning, Embarrassing Bodies program.
James is a director of Straight Talk Seminars, the official providers of the Inman Aligner Certification course and is an international clinical opinion leader for Ivoclar Vivadent.


ADA CERP 7 CE Credits
DHA 6 CME Hours
6 CME Hours DHA
November 10, 2013 9.00am-6.00pm,
JBH, Dubai UAE
Conference Hands-on Course
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OBJECTIVES:

Participants will understand case selection and implementation for the Inman Aligner orthodontic appliance along with the concept of progressive smile design to provide minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry. At the end of the day delegates will be listed as an Inman Aligner Certified User.

WHAT WILL BE DISCUSSED:
  • Introduction and philosophy, history of spring aligners, problems of previous designs
  • The Workings of the Inman aligner
  • Case Selection
  • Arch Evaluation, Space calculation, Inter-proximal reduction, expansion and retention
  • Case Presentations. A Large portfolio of varied cases will be shown and will be discussed and explained in detail
  • Inman Aligners Before Veneers and Ethical Considerations
  • Use of clear aligners to finish Inman Aligner cases
  • Hands on Case selection
  • Arch Evaluation
  • Laboratory prescription
  • Inter-proximal reduction
  • Adjusting an aligner
  • Retention
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Dr. Ajay Juneja

STYLE ITALIANO

Dr. Ajay Juneja
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Dr. Ajay Juneja
Specialist Prosthodontist– The Dental Studio, Dubai,
www.thedentalstudio.ae, info@thedentalstudio.ae
Education and experience
1990-1995- Bachelors of Dental Surgery, DAC(C) Dental College,
School of Dentistry, India
1996-1998- Masters in Dental Surgery (Prosthodontics), University
of Mumbai, India
2010-2011- Masters Program in Esthetic Dentistry - UCLA, USA
Trained as a prosthodontist, he taught for 3 years in the most prestigious post graduate institutes in India - PGIMER, after which he spent one year teaching at a Private Dental School.
In 2003 he relocated in Dubai to work as a specialist prosthodontist. He currently works at the Dental Studio, one of the leading dental centers of the World since 2008.
His academic record was enriched by the part time engagement at the Ajman University at the Prosthetic Department. Dr. Juneja spoke at numerous international conferences, conducted workshops and authored an article on ceramic veneers.
Having particular interest in prosthodontics, implantology, aesthetic and restorative dentistry, he strives to be at the fore front of contemporary restorative and esthetic dentistry. Awards and recognitions
Dr. Ajay Juneja has received the Mena Awards for Aesthetic Dentistry in three different categories for four consecutive years from 2009 to 2013.


HAAD 6,5 CME; DHA 5 CME HOURS; ADA CERP 7 CE Credits
6 CME Hours DHA
10th November 2013 09:00 am – 06:00 pm
3M Innovation center, DIC
Conference Hands-on Course
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AGENDA

8:15am - 9:00 am Registration
9:00am - 11:00 am Lecture: Introduction to composites. Modern materials and techniques for shade selection, isolation, etching and bonding.
11:00 am - 11:30 am Tea/ Coffee Break
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Lecture: Multilayering technique with choice of composites. Introduction to StyleItaliano technique of layering and My Shade Guide
1:00pm - 2:00 pm Lunch Break
2:00pm - 5:00 pm Workshop on layering composite in a complex anterior fracture with StyleItaliano technique. Each participant will do the exercise step by step
The agenda is the same for all course dates. Maximum 16 dentists per group.

Workshop concept:

Based on the priniciples of minimally invasive dentistry, the workshop will focus on issues of boding composite resins in the anterior region. The objective of the course is to provide clear guidelines on simple application techniques and on improving conservative esthetic techniques, covering the following topics:
• Case diagnosis, shade selection, isolation, tooth preparation
• Etching different surfaces, bonding agents and techniques
• Layering technique, simplified to complex
• Finishing and polishing of anterior composites
• StyleItaliano simplified recipes with 3M composites and
introduction to My Shade Guide

The StyleItaliano method

StyleItaliano is a study group founded by Dr. Walter Devoto and Prof. Angelo Putignano, worldwide recognized experts in conservative and aesthetic dentistry.
They have developed an exclusive, simpli- _ed composite layering technique that allows for achievement of excellent results at each visit without compromising quality or esthetics. At this unique event, you will learn recipes for an exclusive dual-shade technique using 3M ESPE’s Filtek™ Z350 XT Universal Restorative and a specially developed color matching methods for producing repeatable excellent cosmetic results.

Participants will receive the following materials during the course:

• Z350 XT Syringes x 10 pcs
• Single Bond Universal
• My Shade Guide
• LM Arte instrument
Participants can complementary take
the materials to their practices.

Dr. Ajay Juneja

Sirona Workshop

Dr. Paul Weigl, Germany
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JW Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main Head of Department of Postgraduate Education
Dr. Paul Weigl graduated from the University of Munich Dental School in 1989. Since 1992 he has worked as an assistant professor and director of preclinical studies for the Department of Prosthodontics of the Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main. Dr. Weigl has special focus in the field of prosthetics on implants.

He is also a senior specialist at the Dept of Prosthodontics, University of Frankfurt. Additionally he runs a R&D project to develop a fully automatic working CAD/CAM process to manufacture complete crowns and bridges and to develop a new fs-laser based device for diagnosis and minimally invasive therapy of caries. His new Department of Postgraduate Education offers the master course “Master of Science of Oral Implantology” (www.moi.uni-frankfurt.de).


ADA CERP 1CE Credits for each session
6 CME Hours DHA
8th November 2013 11:30 - 12:15
9th November 2013 12:15 - 13:00
Conference Workshop
8 Sits Available


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CEREC – innovations non-stop November 08, 2013 14.00-15.00; November 09, 09.30 – 10.30

Esthetics by sustainable glass-ceramic chips, fillings and crowns mostly lacks on a one stop solution for the patients. Even chair-side solutions like former CEREC devices needs highly skilled experts using it successfully for precise and fast shaping of ceramics blocks. In contrary, today an easy and intuitive use of the CEREC CAD-software shorten the learning curve to some hours and even works in case of a not daily designing of restorations. In other words complex fillings and a challenging occlusion can be solved by some clicks, too. The powder free working intraoral scanning camera (Omnicam®) facilitates the work-flow and additionally optimizes the patients’ convenience. However, the milling post-process needs an increased expense to control the tooth preparation. Hackly preparation lines, undercuts and to small removal of tooth tissue have to be avoided to get well-fitting restorations – a decisive prerequisite to fulfill the promise of a one-stop solution. An innovative solution is now launched by a fully automatically working software-tool checking the preparation and identifying the spots for an optimization (Prepcheck®). Dentists comparing this new CEREC feature as a 3D-mirror showing you immediately details which can’t milled precisely. This further important innovation jump leads to an ultimately user friendliness and an elimination of the error rate.

CEREC meets Galileos – creating smart work-flows November 08, 2013 15.00-16.00; November 09, 10.30-11.30

Implantolgy starts fifty years ago which its main indication to retain full dentures at lower edentulous jaws.
Today the implant placement after a single tooth loss is the mostly used therapy concept replacing more and more the alternative three-unit bridge. In case of sufficient residual bone at a healed site or in case of an immediate placement in a fresh extraction socket a minimal invasive therapy concept is possible. A surgical guide is recommended to reduce risks for mal positioning during implant insertion. Additionally repeated abutment removal can contribute to esthetic complications by vertical soft-tissue loss. Therefore the “one abutment one time” and the “one crown one time” concepts are preferable. However, a lot of details within the logistic and communicative interaction between surgeon, prosthodontist and dental technician produce as a side effect a high complexity of the work flow.
Especially the template for guided surgery is manufactured by a dental lab or a production center for such items, avoiding mostly an one stop-solution for the patient. The concept “CEREC meets Galileos” offers a solution. It is an innovative process optimization combining the features of a cone beam CT based guided surgery with the advantages of a chair side system able to produce the surgical template, a CAD/CAM customized two-piece abutment and a temporary or final crown in office within one appointment.

At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
Recognize that a minimally-invasive treatment concept for an implant borne single crown is possible by a guide surgery template produced in-office by CEREC.
Understand that a virtual patient facilitate the planning of implant placement.
Become familiar with the work-flow “CEREC meets Galileos”

Dr. Andreas Kurbad

AESTHETIC REHABILITATION - SOLD OUT


Minimum Invasive All-Ceramic Restorations for Better Aesthetic Results Dr. Andreas Kurbad, Germany
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Dentist in private practice since 1990.
CEREC user since 1994. Member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Computerized Dentistry; German Quintessence Journal of Dental Technology; International Digital Dental News Journal. More than 100 publications about All-Ceramics, computerized dentistry, implantology, epidemiology. Co-Publisher of the Quintessence book "CAD/CAM and All-Ceramics". Main focus of work, lectures and publications: Restorative dentistry, adhesive technique, all-ceramics, computerized dentistry and implantology.
Since 1996 presenting seminars on clinics of all-ceramics and computerized dentistry. For more than 10 years lecturer at the "Karl-Haupl-Institute" in Dusseldorf.
Foundation member of the "Cerec Masters Club".
HAAD 7 CME; ADA CERP 7 CE Credits
6 CME Hours DHA
DHA 6 CME Hours
November 7, 2013 9.00am-6.00pm,
JBH, Dubai UAE
Conference Hands-on Course
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Today a lot of restorative procedures are primarily driven by esthetics. A beautiful smile seems to reflect a certain style of living, and the enhancement of facial beauty isone of the primary goals of patients seeking elective dental care. The lower one-third of the face has a major impact on the perception of facial aesthetics, and the role of a beautiful smile design not only changes the smile alone but also the overall facial appearance as well.
Once the ideal relationship between the restoration and the facial soft tissues is achieved, improvements in natural beauty can be expected to follow. With the ever-increasing importance that the media, patients and general society place on appearance, an even greater emphasis has recently been placed on elective aesthetic dentistry. By improving deficient facial proportion and integumental form, surgeons, orthodontists, and restorative dentists have the unique opportunity to weave these aesthetic needs and the creation of a pleasing smile into the fabric of their comprehensive treatment planning.
We are working on the limit to prevent the loss of healthy tooth substance and the expectations of the patients are high. It's imperative for the restorative dentist to understand patient's desires and expectations prior to initiating irreversible therapy. It's equally important for the dentist and the technician to explore the anatomical and technical limitations inherent with the planned restorative therapy. The next challenge of equal importance is, to visualize the patient the possible result of the further treatment to get his compliance with this. When esthetics is of prime importance in a treatment plan, the patient must be actively involved, so that his or her expectations can be determined and thoroughly comprehended.
  • General concepts in esthetic dentistry
  • Model production
  • New methods - Cone beam & Esthteics (Live-Demo)
  • Excellent photos as a communication basis (Live-Demo)
  • Facial analysis
  • Smile-Design in 3D
  • Veneers and their historical development
  • Prepless Veneers
  • Partial veneers and Edge-Ups
  • The anterior crown - a big challenge until today
  • Esthetics & Function
  • Simple and quick Wax-Ups (Live-Demo)
  • Mock-Up - Decision making for patient and dentist
  • Creating a treatment plan(Demonstration of different typical cases)
  • Interdisciplinary treatment possibilities
  • Effective patient consultation
  • The art of simple preparation
  • Preparation design & success control
  • Tips & tricks for the color selection
  • Temporary restorations for Veneers and Edge-Ups
  • All about all-ceramic materials
  • Adhesive technique - A short overview
  • Esthetic cementation
  • Adhesive cementation of minimum invasive all-ceramic restorations (Live-Demo)
  • Light curing - Options and techniques
  • Failures - their reasons, prevention and trouble shooting
  • Maintenance care of all-ceramic restorations

Dr. Munir Silwadi

INDIRECT VENEERS - SOLD OUT

Dr. Munir Silwadi, UAE

HA-AD 7.5 CME ; ADA CERP 7 CE Credits
DHA 5 CME Hours

6 CME Hours DHA
November 7, 2013 9.00am-6.00pm
3M Innovative Center, DIC, UAE
Conference Hands-on Course

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Ceramic Veneers present one of the most conservative aesthetic treatment modalities. They are widely and successfully used to correct a wide scope of problems that may arise in the highly aesthetic zone of anterior teeth. These problems include mal alignments, discolorations both intrinsic and extrinsic, diastemas, traumatized teeth, as well as mal shaped teeth.This treatment modality demands that the restorative dentist acquire proper knowledge and skills as well as following certain protocols to be able to achieve the desired results.This presentation will discuss factors that affect preparation, shade selection, temporization, as well as bonding of veneers.

AGENDA

09:00 - 09:45 Introduction to Ceramic Veneers
09:45 - 10:30 Case and Shade Selection Guidelines
10:30 - 11:00 Break / Discussion
11:00 - 11:45 Preparation, Impression, and Temporization Guidelines
11:45 - 12:30 Clinical Bonding Protocol
12:30 - 13:00 Discussion
13:00 - 14:00 Light Lunch
14:00 - 18:00 Hands-on: Preparation, Temporization and Bonding


Pr. André P. SAADOUN

Soft Tissue Management Hands-On Course

An Interactive session to achieve the ultimate soft tissue esthetics around your restorations - SOLD OUT

Dr. André P. Saadoun, DDS, MS
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Dr. SAADOUN has received his Degree in Dental Surgery from the Faculty of Paris and completed his Post-Graduate Certificate in Periodontology at the University of Pennsylvania and Post-Graduate Certificate in Implantology at the University of California in Los Angeles.

He was an Associate Professor in the Department of Periodontics at the University of Southern California.
Dr. SAADOUN is an internationally-known lecturer in Periodontology and Implantology and has written over 150 articles and several chapters of books. He is the author of the world renowned book “ Esthetic Soft tissue Management on Teeth and Dental Implants”

He is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Periodontology, a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantology and President of the “Rencontres Méditerranéennes de Dentisterie”. He has also received the medal of “Chevalier de l’Ordre National du Mérite”.

He is also on the Editorial Board of Scientific Journals, Practical Procedures and Aesthetic Dentistry, Dental Implantology Update, Journal of Periodontology.
Dr. SAADOUN maintains a private practice in Paris, limited to Aesthetic Periodontics and Implant Surgery.




HA-AD 7 CME ; ADA CERP 7 CE Credits
6 CME Hours DHA
November 10, 2013 9.00am-6.00pm, JBH, Dubai UAE
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Objectives:
TO TEACH BASIC PRINCIPLES IN MUCO-GINGIVAL SURGERY AND SOFT TISSUE GRAFTING TECHNIQUES TO ENHANCE ESTHETICS

PROCEDURES TAUGHT – SOFT TISSUE SURGERIES AND FLAPS

I. DENUDATION
II. VESTIBULAR EXTENSION
III. PEDICLE FLAPS
1. Lateral Translation
2. Rotation

IV. GINGIVAL GRAFT
1. Epithelio-connective graft
2. Connective graft
3. Orthodontics/graft

V. CORONALLY REPOSITIONED FLAP
1. Epithelio-connective graft
2. Connective graft

VI. APICALLY REPOSITIONED GRAFT


PRACTICAL COURSE FORMAT 4:3

HANDS-ON ON PLASTIC MODEL ON LAMB JAW
I. INCISIONS
 Internal bevel sulcular on buccal / Internal bevel marginal on lingual
 Envelope flap design and elevation
 Full thickness on lingual / Full and partial dissection on buccal

II. CONNECTIVE TISSUE GRAFT
 Lines of incision (4, 3, 2, 1)
 Harvesting with one line incision / sutures
 C.T.G. placement on the gingival recession
 Interrupted sling sutures on the C.T.G.
 Coronally advanced flap with sling sutures



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