Speakers SYFAC 2020

                       

 INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS

 MISELLI Alberto, Venezuela

“Submergence Profile: the intermediate zone ... when the pink tissue meets the gray issue: The Umbrella Concept”

Summary:

Tissue behavior in the dual zone depends on the biological space that is created, after implant placement and the abutment connection, to maintain and preserve the marginal bone crest. The organization of fibroblasts, collagen fibers and the capillary network around the abutment-crown complex is fundamental for the feeding of perimplant bone tissue and depends on the space that is granted at the time of restoration.

Resume :

- Graduate of Dentist at the Universidad Central de Venezuela 1980
- Fellowship of Basis in Oral Rehabilitation at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Michigan USA
- Postgraduate in the Specialization in Implantology of ESI Barcelona Spain and Ceyesov,                           Veracruz Mexico   
- Professor in the Master of Dental Implants at Santa Maria University, Caracas Venezuela
 - Guest Professor in the Postgraduate of Oral Surgery - Faculty of Dentistry,                                                Universidad Central de Venezuela
- Guest Professor in the Postgraduate of Periodontics and Implantology in Ceyesov, Veracruz, Mexico
- Guest Professor - Faculty of Dentistry, Unicoc University, Bogotá, Colombia
- Guest Professor of the Master of Periodontics - Faculty of Dentistry, University of Panama
- Dentalxp speaker
- Developer of Umbrella Concept
 


 

 VOLZ Ulrich,  Germany

“Bone Growing Ceramic Implants : Latest update on bone metabolism – Intelligent supplementation”

Summary :

In contrast to titanium, zirconia oxide ceramics is well reacted material wich no longer has free electrons and therefore behaves completely neutral in the bone and healing mechanism. The advantage here is, that you can place immediate implant even in highly infected areas without risking infection.

Intelligent implant forms that support the “tentpole umbrella principle” can generate new and especially healthy and well done (lamellar bone) without the need for bone grafting material only by the use of PRF membranes as information and matrix (osteoneogenesis).

The concept is based on the fast, that the best bone around the implant is build when the implant is on the one hand solid, but having a large as possible cavities around the implant. This seems to be contradictive at first glance, but can be solved with an intelligent implant shape and intelligent protocol.

It goes without saying that for this bone metabolism following the callus formation, the corresponding micro nutrients must be made available in order to generate the optimal mineralization and new bone formation.
 

Resume :

- Graduated in dentistry from the University of Ulm (GER)

- Residency at the Southern German Center for Oral Implantology (GER)
- Certification in Biological Dentistry & in Implantology

- Founder of Bodensee Zahnklinic (All ceramic & Implantology)

- Co-author of patient guidance booklets

- Development consultant for Z-systems (ceramic implants)

- Founder of the Swiss Biohealth Clinic & Biohealth Education Center
- Founder of ultra-sonic implants
- Founder and CEO of Swiss Dental Solutions
 

PELEKANOS Stavros Greece

Resume :

- Graduated in dentistry from the University of Athens (GR)
- Private practice in Athens (GR)

- Doctoral degree in Prosthodontics from the University of Freiburg (GER)
- Full time lecturer then Assistant Professor – Department of Prosthodontics, University of Athens (GR)
- Active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED), International College of Prosthodontics (ICP), European Prosthodontic Association (EPA) & Greek Prosthodontic Association.
- Faculty member of the gIDE Institute, Los Angeles (USA)
- Second prize 2008 and first prize 2011, EAED meetings - Madrid & Istanbul

 

NACOPOULOS Cleopatra Greece

“PRF update for regenerative medicine - Cleopatra technique”

Resume :

- Graduated in Dentistry from University of Athens (GR)
- Bachelor of Science in Biology in Gannon University (USA)
- Master degrees in Oral Biology & Periodontology
- Former faculty member of Athens University
- Diplomate Certificate Degree of ICOI
- Medical Aesthetics MSc Queen mary University London (UK)
- Trained on facial aesthetics in Beverly Hills, California (USA)
- Lecturer in national and international courses and conferences
- Author of several articles published on national and international journals
- President of WAUPS Greece & WAUPS Aesthetica, vice president of HELSOLA
- Private practice in Athens and Tripoli (GR) limited to Periodontics, Microsurgery, Implantology,                  Laser and Facial Aesthetics.

 

 CHU Steven, USA

“The Inverted Body Shift Concept in Macro Implant Design to Enhance Biologic and Esthetic Outcomes”

Summary :

Immediate tooth replacement therapy has become a mainstream treatment modality for single and multiple tooth implants in the esthetic zone. However, a balance exists in the amount of primary stability afforded in extraction sockets and gap distance from the labial plate for graft material and new bone formation. 

An inventive macro design concept based upon biologic principles that combines hybrid strategies in implant diameter, shape, and thread pattern will be introduced. The inverted body-shift design concept will be supported by pre-clinical [animal histology] and clinical [human] studies that scientifically supports, validates, and reinforces the biologic principles in design that ultimately enhances esthetic outcomes in modern day implantology.

Learning Objectives:

- Understand the inverted body-shift concept in macro implant design
- Understand the biology behind circumferential bone volume for long term maintenance to prevent ridge collapse, recession, and papillae loss

 

 

 KAN Joseph, USA

“Implant Papilla Management : Ortho – Perio – Restorative connection”

Summary:

Achieving implant papilla esthetics is a challenging and demanding procedure.  To create papilla that emulates nature is a fusion of science and art.  Understanding the biologic and physiologic limitations of soft and hard tissue will facilitate predictability in simple to complex situations.  

This presentation will focus on current treatment philosophies and methodologies for papilla management around single and multiple adjacent implants in the esthetic zone.  Emphasis will be placed on diagnosis and treatment planning, surgical and prosthetic management of soft and hard tissue.  

Learning objectives:

  1. Understand how bone and periodontal attachments can affect papilla dynamics
  2. Understand prognostic variables for papilla esthetics
  3. Understand benefits and limitations of orthodontics, periodontics and restorative dentistry had on papilla management

Resume :

 - Restorative and surgical training from Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
 - Professor in Loma Linda University School of Dentistry
 - Private practice limited to Prosthodontics and Implant Surgery
 - Author of over 50 articles in reference journales and chapters in textbook
 

GLUCKMAN Howard, South Africa   and   SALAMA Maurice, USA

“Partial Extraction Therapy (P.E.T)”

Summary:

The loss of teeth will lead to resorption of the buccal plate with its resultant need for extensive augmentative procedures (both bone and soft tissue) as well as the risk of poor long term aesthetic stability. Partial Extraction Therapies (PET) are techniques that allow us to maintain the buccal bone plate and hence prevent the collapse of the alveolar bone creating a platform for ideal soft tissue and bone which is stable in the long term. This is a greater problem in the aesthetic areas. This lecture will take you through the different options with regards to immediate implant placement as well as the most cutting edge PET in a step by step fashion
 

Resume :

Howard Gluckman

 - Graduated from the University of Witswatersrand in Johannesburg (SA)
 - Degree in Oral Medicine and Periodontics in University of Stellenbosch in Cape Town (SA)
 - Full time private practice in Cape Town (SA)
 - Director of the Implant and Aesthetic Academy                                                                                             (private post graduate training in Implantology in South Africa)

Maurice Salama

 - Graduated from the School of Dental Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania (USA)
 - Certification in Orthodontics, Periodontics and Implant training
 - Clinical Assistant Professor of Periodontics in the University of Pennsylvania and the                                 Medical College of Georgia (USA)
 - Creator of the Dental XP on line training platform

 

                       

 FRENCH SPEAKERS

 MARGOSSIAN Patrice

“Restauration esthétique implantaire : L’innovation au service de la biologie”
« Aesthetic implant rehabilitation : Innovation »

Summary:

La restauration prothétique du secteur antérieur maxillaire représente un defi esthétique majeur. Le traitement esthétique est basé sur la création de dents aux proportions agréables et leur intégration harmonieuse avec la gencive, les lèvres et le visage du patient. Bien que faisant appel à des thérapeutiques et approches différentes, ces objectifs sont communs à tous types de supports, qu’ils soient dentaires ou implantaires. Toutefois, les restaurations implantaires nécessitent une mise en œuvre très spécifique tant chirurgicale que prothétique.

Cette présentation a pour objectif la description de protocoles standardisés, fiables et reproductibles qui utilisent les dernières avancées technologiques et chirurgicales permettant d’assurer une parfaite intégration esthétique et fonctionnelle des restaurations antérieures implantaires.

Points forts : Rendre simples et reproductibles les traitements esthétiques implantaires grâce à une méthodologie et des outils efficaces.
 

Resume :

- DDS, PhD
- Ancien maitre de conférences des Universités
- Exercice privé à Marseille
- Centre de formation privé smile-concept.com

 


 

 RONCO Vincent

“Tunnel – Based graft concept”

Resume :

- Graduated in dentistry from the University of Paris (FR)

- Private practice in Paris (FR)
- Master in Oral Biology and Biomaterials, University of Paris (FR)
- Post graduate in Periodontology and Implantology, University of Liege (BEL)
- Founder of ACEPI (Academie de Chrirugie Esthetique Parodontale et Implantaire)
- Lecturer in Implantology Post Graduates Program in Evry (FR) & Quebec (CA)
- Author of various articles and book chapters

 

FINELLE Gary 

“SSA Concept : A biogically driven strategy for immediate implant placement in molar sites »

Summary:

More than 60% of the tooth involve 1st molar replacement. As of now, very few publications are addressing optimized clinical protocols and predictability of the overall treatment for this highly implanted region.
In this perspective, the use of an anatomical CAD-CAM generated healing abutment after immediate implant placement for molar sites has the potential to improve treatment workflow from a surgical as well as prosthetic standpoint resulting in soft tissue stability and esthetic achievment.This, so called SSA concept (Sealing Socket Abutment), offers a predictable and biologically oriented solution to protect wound closure maintain blood clot and provide mechanical support for tissue stabilization during healing time. Additionnally, It provides minimally invasive approach, and significantly reduces the conventionnal overall treatment length.

 

Resume :

- Graduated in dentistry from the University of Paris 7 (FR)
- Private practice in Implants & Esthetics, Paris (FR)

- Post graduate of Oral Implantology – Harvard School of Dental Medecine (USA)
- Visiting assistant professor – Implant program - Harvard School of Dental Medecine (USA)
- ITI Fellow (International team for Implantology)

 

BAUDOT Fabrice

                  “Periodontal microsurgical debridement PRF/ErYag Laser Assisted :                        Long term experience»
 

Summary:

The peridontal microsurgical debridement was first presented at the 2014 SYFAC congress. It is based on a deep mini-invasive periodontal cleaning assisted with the Er-Yag LASER followed by a filling of the periodontal lesions with PRF to close the wounds and stimulate the healing process.

After 6 years follow up what’s new in the protocole and what are the long term results of this original treatment ?
 

Resumé :

- Master's in Medical Biology Sciences
- Superior qualification in Periodontics
- University Degree in Periodontics and implantology (Paris VII)
- Area of specialization : Periodontical micro surgery, Implantology & LASER Er-Yag microsurgery

 

NEGRE Régis

“Implantology 3.0”
 

Summary :

The increasing demand of patients for mouth rehabilitations without removable prosthesis, changed implantology in the last decade.

Implantology moved form dogmes and technics to a human based, well being and aesthetics practice.
In parallel, implant treatment inconter the revolution of CADCAM, guided surgery and GBR.
Throught several clinical cases, we’ll see how to abord and make theses technics more efficient.

-  Can we systematize extraction, immediate implantation ?
-  Do we have to use guided surgery technics on a daily basis ?
-  Do we have to favor tissue or bone level ?
 

Resume :

- Graduated in dentistry from the University of Clermont Ferrand (FR)

- Private practice in Rodez (FR)
- Certificate in Implantology, University of Paris (FR)
- Certificate of Advanced Training in Bone Grafting and Tissue Management,                                       University of Munster (GER)
- Fellowship in Implantology, University of Paris (FR)
- Member of the French Dental Association, SNPI
- Training teacher for TBR

 

MANHES Luc

“Les outils numériques au service de la biologie péri-implantaire”

« Digital tools at the service of peri implant biology »

 

Summary :

L’implantologie moderne a bien compris l’intérêt de planifier par rapport à un projet prothétique.              Le respect de ces planifications en bouche permettra d’optimiser l’environnement  biologique peri-implantaire. Pourtant quelques déviations semblant mineurs en per-opératoire, peuvent avoir de grosses répercutions.
Aujourd’hui les nouvelles technologies mettent à notre disposition plusieurs outils numériques permettant d’élaborer un plan de traitement idéal de manière anticipé grâce à la virtualisation de données ; puis de les transférer  précisément et en toutes sécurités cliniquement » 
 

Resume :

- Diplômé de la faculté de Montpellier
- Pratique privée Paro-implantologie Saint Jean de Vèdas
- DU d’anatomie Cranio Cervico Faciale ; Faculté de Medecine, Paris
- DIU de micro-chirurgie ; Nancy
- Référent Densply-Sirona en imagerie 3-D-
- Formateur en implantologie
- Formateur en chirurgie guidée
- Co-fondateur MadeInGuide

 

PETITBOIS Renaud 

“Basal & Axial Anatomo Physiological implantology in the daily practice”

“Implantologie anatomo-physiologique axiale et basal en pratique quotidienne”

 

Summary:

Dans les situations d’atrophie osseuse majeure en présence de patients ne désirant pas ou ne pouvant pas avoir recours aux greffes classiques, l’implantologie basale, associée à l’implantologie axiale anatomiquement adaptée, permet de restituer une mastication fonctionnelle implanto-portée en prenant appui sur les poutres principales du squelette maxillo-mandibulaire.

Pour réussir ce challenge sans avoir recours aux greffes osseuses préalables, nous utilisons la préparation ostéogénique à l’aide d’ostéotenseurs matriciels ainsi qu’un arsenal de racines artificielles spécifiques : implants étroits à expansion de crêtes fines, micro/macro filetés, à spires inversées, implants obliques angulés, ou encore Diskimplants à plaque ostéosynthésée. Ces dispositifs médicaux nous permettent un ancrage osseux immédiat dans l’os vivant résiduel du patient. Une fois ostéoancrées, ces fixtures sont recouvertes soit par des copeaux d’os prélevés in situ soit par du biomatériau stabilisé par des membranes de PRF. Les techniques de Soft Brushing permettent un repositionnement passif du lambeau muco-périosté garantissant le succès de la ROG grâce à des sutures adaptées.

Nous réalisons ainsi une véritable implantologie anatomo-physiologique pérenne capable de résister aux efforts de la fonction masticatoire.

 

Basal implantology combined with anatomically appropriate axial implantology can restore functional mastication on implants placed in the major pillars of the maxillo-mandibular skeleton.  This is particularly indicated for patients with severe bone atrophy who cannot or who do not wish to be managed with conventional bone grafts.

In order to be successful without prior bone grafting, treatment requires osteogenic preparation with bone matrix Osseotensors and the use of an arsenal of specific artificial roots including narrow macrothreaded/microthreaded implants with reverse pitch turns for the expansion of narrow ridges, oblique implants, and plate-form Diskimplants.  These medical devices can be immediately anchored in the patient’s residual living bone.  After installation, the implants are covered over with bone chips obtained in situ or with a bone substitute material stabilized by PRF membranes.  Soft Brushing techniques permit passive repositioning of the muco-periosteal flap that is closed with appropriate sutures, thereby contributing to successful guided bone regeneration.

The efficacy of this anatomo-physiological approach has been confirmed by the long-lasting resistance of these implants to masticatory forces.

 

Resume :

- Chargé de cours au DU d’Implantologie Basale, Faculté de Médecine de Nice
- Expert judiciaire près la cour d’appel d’Aix en Provence

 

 

PONTONNIER Emmanuel 

Resume :

-  Chirurgien-dentiste
-  Diplômé de la faculté d’odontologie de LYON
-  CES de biologie de la bouche
-  AU d’implantologie PARIS VII Garancière
-  DU d’implantologie chirurgicale et prothétique PARIS VII Garancière
-  Membre de L’AFI

 

KHOURY Georges

Resume :

- Graduated in Dentistry from the University of Nantes (FR)
- Specialist in Oral Surgery & Implantology
- Fellowship in X-ray, Oral Biology, Prosthodontics, Implantology,                                                            Biomaterials & Heavy Bone Reconstruction
- Scientific direct of the Bone Reconstruction Fellowshop – University of Paris 7 (FR)
- Former president of the French Society of Dental Aesthetics
- Former teaching assistant of Paris Hospitals
- Teacher in Somatology and Implantology in the University of Lille (FR

 

SYFAC 

• Société scientifique ayant pour objet d'assurer des formations théoriques et pratiques en odontostomatologie.
• Congrès scientifique international

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