This seminar is not available for individual purchase. It is an integral part of the “36th Int’l Dental ConfEx CAD/CAM Digital & Oral Facial Aesthetics”. If you wish to attend the Seminar on 27 October 2023 (limited seats available only), you have to register for the “36th Int’l Dental ConfEx CAD/CAM Digital & Oral Facial Aesthetics”.
The Minimally Invasive Prosthetic Procedures (MIPP) technique: combination of esthetic and functional parameters in full-mouth rehabilitations seminar
The 2-hour seminar with Dr Mauro Fradeani will feature one a half hour lecture and 30 minutes of Q&A in a small and focused group of dental professionals where discussion and questions will be encouraged. The seminar target audience is experienced GP dentists and specialist.
The seminar is part of the “36th Int’l Dental ConfEx CAD/CAM Digital & Oral Facial Aesthetics” and it will take place after Dr Mauro Fradeani’s lecture in the main lecture hall.
Some esthetic and functional parameters can significantly affect the outcome of a prosthetic rehabilitation. Properly addressing those factors and combining them with the application of MIPPs (Minimally Invasive Prosthetic Procedures) will undoubtedly facilitate the achievement of a predictable and successful result.
A careful analysis of the facial, dento-labial and phonetic parameters is crucial before embarking upon a full-mouth rehabilitation, however the clinician should never underestimate the importance of the function as it represents the starting point for achieving optimal esthetics. Positioning the mandible of the patient in CR according to the reorganization approach is highly advisable when an occlusal modification is required. Furthermore, by altering the VDO, the clinician will be able to avoid invasive occlusal preparations, maintaining a sufficient quantity of enamel which reveals to be ideal for the bonding procedure. The alteration of the VDO is a key factor for any Minimally Invasive Prosthetic Procedure (MIPP) involving one or two-arches.
- Learn the esthetic and functional parameters for a predictable result
- Learn how to minimize the invasiveness of the prosthetic treatment by altering the VDO
- Learn the appropriate bonding procedures with reduced ceramic thickness