Two day meeting of The Czech Perio Society Czech Society of Periodontology
Špindlerův Mlýn, Czech Republic Contact: Dr. Ladislav Korábek, Dr. Ladislav Záruba
Špindlerův Mlýn, the Krkonoše mountains Orea Resort Horal Hotel Svatopetrská 280 Špindlerův Mlýn 543 51 Špindlerův Mlýn Czech Republic
Here is the programme:
Friday, 18. 05.2018:
Prof. Mario Sanz, Spain,: Mucogingival surgery
Dr.Gabriela Dostalová: What can dentist expect from cardiologist?
Dr. Michal Kania: What does the cooperation of dentist and dental hygienist bring?
Dr. Martin Starosta: The position of the dental hygienist in the dental team.
The Saturday, 19.05.2018:
Dr. Martin Tomeček: the Emergence profile – territory of nobody.
Dr. Ivo Dřízhal: the Cooperation of Periodontologist and Orhtodontologist (Orthodontics), casuistics.
Dr. Jeroným Klimeš: Partner relationship at the working place (in the dental office).
Dr. Tomáš Siebert: Perio-implantology therapy, casuistics.
UPDATING COURSE reserved for Dentists and Students (Faculty of Dentistry)
Implants misplacement. How to avoid and how to manage it Italian Society of Periodontology and Implantology
Bologna, Italy Contact: Mrs. Manuela Bertelli
May 18 to 19 Palazzo dei Congressi Piazza della Costituzione 4 40128 Bologna Italy
Osteointegrated implants have radically changed the treatment plan for patients in need of prosthetic rehabilitation, but their use may, like any other therapeutic solution, entail short- and medium-long-term risks.
If peri-implantitis is a disease of the peri-implant tissues, malposition is a clinical "problem" that is not always easy to define due to the many variables involved.
The implant insertion inside the mandibular canal or of the maxillary sinus, the perforation of the lingual cortical wall of the mandible, the excessive proximity to a tooth or an adjacent implant or still an excessive vestibularization, are obviously not correct clinical situations and often easily diagnosed.
However, the implant malposition can also be "read" in relation to the prosthetic project, so while in some cases tilting an implant is the correct solution, in others it can become a difficult problem to manage.
For example, in cases of mono edentulism, to what extent is it possible to vary the implant insertion angle to simplify surgery? When are simpler surgical procedures justified and when it is more appropriate to resort to the more complex ones? What are the risks of implant malposition related to an immediate post- extraction implant placement? If careful diagnosis and scrupulous planning of the treatment plan are essential to avoid malposition, uncertainties and clinical difficulties arise when you are faced with the problem of an implant that has already been osseointegrated and positioned incorrectly. It is in this situation that other questions arise to which it is not easy to provide an answer.
When is it better to remove a malpositioned implant? What are the best surgical techniques to do this?
Is it possible to avoid the prosthesis functionalization of a malpositioned implant without removing it? What are the possible solutions to improve the aesthetics deformities caused by the incorrect implant
placement planning? What are the surgical procedures or prosthetic solutions designed to make a malpositioned implant exploitable? The topic is complex and we are waiting for you to discuss it together. By the program the major experts in the periodontal and prosthetic field together with as, will try not only to deepen the scientific evidence, but also to define the decision-making elements of choice and the most reliable operational protocols. Thanks to the individual reports and discussions of a clinical case at the end of each session we will look for answers to this problem and more and more frequent clinical problem.
We get the operative clinical answers we all need!