The IAOI 9th Biennial Implant Symposium

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Speakers

This year’s conference will deal with techniques for solving and preventing complications in implant dentistry. We have gathered an impressive cadre of speakers for an unforgettable three-day event.

Ady Palti

Germany

Joseph Choukroun

France

Victor Clavijo

Brazil

Alain Simonpieri

France

Jaafar Mouhyi

Morocco

Ian Harel

Israel

Adi Lorean

Israel

Mirela Feraru

Israel

Ophir Fromovich

Israel

Eitan Mijiritsky

Israel

Yossi Kaplawi

Israel

Ziv Mazor

Israel

Bálint Molnár

Hungary

Elisa Choukroun

France

Jerome Surmenian

France

Zvi Artzi

Israel

Agenda

Wednesday, 4/12

Pre-Conference Workshops

The registration desk will operate from 10:00

Ridge Augmentation Assisted by Growth Factors

by AB Dental

בניית עצם ושיפור איכות העצם על-ידי פקטורי גדילה. 

לפרטים והרשמה לסדנה – פנו ל-איי.בי. דנטל – רונית – 050-4050123/050-3202701

Workshop topic: Implementing live navigation in the implant practice. Techniques and instruments for perfect results.
Workshop Description: Systematic description of the NAVIDENT process to be use in the dental office – simplicity and predictability in the daily routine. All new features of the NAVIDENT navigation system will presented and trained, with the participants.

Sponsored by Navident / Etgar

Digital Implant-Prosthetic Workflow

שיקום דיגיטלי על-גבי שתלים

Main Podium

Optimizing the restorative-tissue interface in challenging esthetic treatments.
 

In order to achieve a harmonious esthetic result of restored teeth and implants at the smile zone, not only the material of the restoration should be carefully selected, but careful analyzation of the abutment type, design and color should be conducted – in order to achieve integration of the whole restorative complex with the surrounding tissue; whether of a natural tooth (vital or non-vital), or an implant.

In cases where different types of adjacent abutments are to be restored, the treatment is even more challenging: one should plan ahead the different phases of the perio-restorative treatment in order to end up with a harmonious natural looking result, by choosing the most suitable restoration type for each site, so that the combined abutment-crown complexes will blend with each other, as well as with the adjacent dentition and with the vital periodontium, in an esthetic and healthy manner.

The concepts of Model Based Restoration and Cervical Contouring will be presented as fundamental tools when dealing with such situations, and will be thoroughly explained in a variety of esthetically challenged clinical cases.

 

Mirela Feraru, D.M.D. graduated in 2005 from the Dental Faculty of the Timisoara University, Romania.

In 2009 she joined the Bichacho Clinic team in Tel Aviv, Israel, and for the last 10 years has gained in-depth knowledge and experience in all fields of Perio-Prosthetic Aesthetic Dentistry, focusing on Restorative and Perioplastic surgery treatments.

She continues studying and participating in advanced programs and courses in the various fields of modern Perio-Prosthesis.

Dr. Feraru publishes and lectures worldwide on complex Esthetic Restorative Treatments and Interdisciplinary Perio-Prosthetic Concepts and Treatments.
She has also authored the bestseller book “Dental Visualization”, published by Quintessence Publishing, last year.

COMPLICATIONS,SOLUTIONS AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN

Oral surgical procedures related with dental implants increased dramatically in the last decades thus increasing the number and type of complications. The future projection of the number of implants placed globally by 2025 is 25 million a year making it a standard of care treatment in all dental clinics .Although the success rate of dental implants is very high, no treatment is without complications; it applies to implants also. There are many detailed articles regarding accidents and local complications in dental implantation. Comparison of the data they report is not always easy because different criteria have been followed in the various classifications and there is confusion between the terms accident and complication. Local complications arising during implant surgery may be the main determinants of the outcome of the entire rehabilitation program. Hence, the prevention of complications is a priority objective for the surgeon. Careful clinical and radiographic examination of each case, accurate planning of procedures, the use of proper surgical techniques and appropriate instruments and the correct management of healing all concur in preventing such events. The lecture will present different cases, the path of the decision making process and the treatment chosen on the evidence based standards.

Social

Thursday, 5/12

Main Podium

Techniques for solving and preventing complications
Ridge augmentation is routinely used in practice as an essential element for optimal implant placement. Nevertheless, often, soft tissue management is not less important and sometimes should precede the hard tissue restoration.

While predictable outcome is reported in the literature, there can also be obstacles and complications that need to be overcome to achieve a successful result.

Innovative techniques would be highlighted on how to control such an event. Anatomical variations and/or surgical challenges which necessitate the modification of the traditional hard tissue augmentation will be discussed.

This presentation will focus on distressed surgical cases where problems and/or pitfalls have been encountered related to anatomy, technique, and/or armamentarium which have caused a shift in the course of the hard tissue management that was initially planned. Solutions that overcome these complications will be discussed and demonstrated considering what will provide still an acceptable result to comply with procedure’s expectation.

A Professor of Periodontology and the Director of the Graduate Program in Periodontology at Tel Aviv University. Prof. Artzi has published over 100 articles and research abstracts in peer-reviewed leading journals. Prof. Artzi is the Editor in-Chief of the forthcoming clinical text book entitled: Bone Augmentation by Anatomical Location: Techniques and Decision-Making (Wiley publication, Late 2019) with 50 highly recognized expert contributors. His current main research topics are related to the quality of regeneration and osseointegration, the evidence-based efficacy of different soft and hard grafting bio-materials and advancing surgical modalities.

Digital Dental Solutions in the Implant Practice: From Single Tooth to Full Arch: A Step by Step Review
Participants will be able to learn initial scan procedure prior to implant prosthetic planning

-learning a functional/esthetic planning based on patient expectations

-milling a single crown or a full arch provisional restoration as well as a surgical guide

-implementing the pre-milled prosthetic on the inserted implants for functional temporazation

Dr. Ady Palti graduated from the University of Klausenburg, Romania in 1980. He’s a visiting professor at NYU University, Taipei Medical University and Lasi University. He’s also an associate clinical professor at Temple University Ady Palti is the founder, former president and honorary member of the German Society of Oral Implantology (DGOI). Former ICOI president and current ICOI Co-chairman and member of the Executive Committee. He’s been lecturing at many International congresses for more than 35+ years and has published many articles on experimental and clinical research. His main research fields are immediate implant placement and loading on implants, bone quantity and density, bone augmentation material, membranes and 3D computer navigation. He maintains two private practices in Germany focusing on implant dentistry.

Strategies to Achieve Predictable Results Between Teeth and Implants”
Presentation Abstract

The connective zone between the restoration and the soft tissue is one of the most important aspects that will lead to an imperceptible esthetic oral rehabilitation. This lecture will highlight the treatment planning options for highly challenging and demanding esthetic cases by using pink ceramics, implants, and/or veneers analogic and digital workflown in order to improve esthetic outcomes.

Short Biography

Victor Clavijo

DDS, MSc PhD Restorative Dentistry, Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University, Araraquara, SP, Brazil.

  • Graduated in Dentistry at the Paulista University – UNIP
  • Specialization in Restorative Dentistry in Restorative Dentistry  at Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University – UNESP
  • Specialization in Implant Dentistry, SENAC University, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • Master and PhD in Restorative Dentistry  at Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University – UNESP
  • Private practice emphasizing Restorative Esthetic Dentistry.

Preventing and Solving Complications in Implant Rehabilitation of the Moderate-Severe Atrophied Maxilla and Mandible.
In most cases, maxillary and mandibular bones suffer from various degrees of atrophy.

In majority of the cases the patients are unwilling, or their health does not allow for complicated and poorly predictable procedures involving high risks, dramatic costs and a longer time for treatment completion.

Modern techniques of totally edentulous jaw rehabilitation involve special techniques with special implants, easy to perform in a well-trained team, able to avoid complicated bone grafting procedures, and offering to the patients fixed teeth immediately after surgery.

The best technique to manage complications is to prevent their occurrence.

Priority should be given to those procedures which are simpler and less invasive, involve less risk of complications, and reach their goals within the shortest time frame.

Open sinus lift techniques, Onlay bone grafting (Vertical and Horizontal), and Mandibular nerve lateralization are involved with frequent complications and their predictability is some time uncertain. These procedures should be considered as overtreatment in majority of the cases.

Other alternative techniques such as tilting the distal implants (All-On-6), Extra maxillary Zygomatic approach implants, Short implants, Diva implants and Subperiosteal implants has been proven in the scientific literature as viable and predictable alternative treatment modalities which are concerned with almost rare complications.

In this presentation Dr. Yossi Kaplavi will review his huge experienced with tilted implants (Over 15 years ), and with other minimal invasive techniques.

Dr. Yossi Kaplavi is one of the pioneering implantologists in Israel. His career spans 30 years of surgery and prosthodontics, 15 years of which have been dedicated solely to edentulous full arch minimally invasive implant rehabilitation with over 15,000 implants installed.

Since graduating from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1983, Dr. Kaplavi has pursued extensive postgraduate study in the field of implant dentistry, striving to provide truly exceptional implant solutions.

Dr. Kaplavi is a Diplomate of the international Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI) and past board member and active member of the Israeli Association of Oral Imlantology (IAOI), The European Association of Osseointegration (EAO) and the American Association of Osseointegration (AO).

Maintaining an active private practice in both surgical and prosthodontic rehabilitation of dental implants in Tel Aviv area, Dr. Kaplavi has amassed 30 years of experience in dental implantology. He has pioneered the use of tilted implants with immediate function and immediate implantation and is an expert in the field of minimally invasive approaches (All-on-4/6 concept) for the rehabilitation of patients with minimal bone volume and atrophied jaws.

Dr. Kaplavi also specializes in immediate loading and immediate implantation in osteoporotic and diabetic patients and is engaged in research concerning dental implants issues.

Dr. Kaplavi has presented his techniques of graftless implant rehabilitation (without need of sinus lift nor onlay grafts) at numerous international and national conferences on dental implants.

Due to his professional experience and very high success rate, he receives referrals from colleagues both locally and abroad

Dr. Kaplavi continues to serve as a mentor in continuing education to dentists in the field of minimally invasive implantology.

Peri-implantitis :Side effects of Implant quality and Positioning
The long-term predictability of osseointegrated implants has been well documented. Nevertheless, a significant number of early and late complications have also been largely reported. Current hypothesis associates bacterial infection and/or biomechanical overload as etiologic factors of late implant failure. The peri-implant bone destruction observed during the implant maintenance phase (peri-implantitis) has symptomatology similar to that of periodontitis, i.e., redness, increased probing depth, suppuration, and radiographic bone loss. The titanium physico-chemical characteristics or frankly speaking “surface quality” remain, together with the initial implant positioning, the most important periimplantitis risk factors. According to H. L Wang and co-workers 2016, More than 40 % of periimplantitis problems are due to bad implant positioning.

The innovation in assisted implant surgery is constantly increasing. This success is due to the fact that guided surgery provides a reliable therapeutic solution. The use of these techniques is not only interesting for implant-supported rehabilitation by immediate loading but also for tissues supporting implants by insuring the best emergence profile.

If we had to define all the characteristics of the ideal guide, first of all we would ask for precision: A perfect fit in the mouth, high stability and optimal drill guide for a perfect reproducibility of the drill planning. It is also necessary that the guide can be sterilized without any distortion or degradation. In addition, it is necessary that the guide design neither interfere with the visual inspection by the surgeon nor with the drill’s irrigation. Also the guide will not give friction on the drills and implant. The last important thing, we’ll specially focus on in this lecture is the possibility to use the fixed guide in place together with all kind of grafting procedures and soft tissue manipulation. This will allows us to have the best implant environment but also the ideal implant positioning for the best tissue stability an survival rate.

Pr. Jaafar Mouhyi DDS, PhD Obtained his high school Diploma in 1983 at Abou Al Abbas Sebti College in Marrakesh, Morocco, he moved to Belgium in 1984, join Free University of Brussels (ULB) Dental school. In 1990, he obtained his DDS and then worked as an assistant clinical professor in general dentistry and involved in postgraduate Residency programs as the following

– Master in Biomedical engineering (Laser-therapy), Flemish Free University of Brussels (VUB) 1992

– Clinical training Diploma: Oral Implantology, Brånemark clinic, Göteborg University 1993

– Post-graduate Periodontology (ULB) 1993

– Post- graduate Laser-therapy (ULB), 1995

In 1995, he started a PhD thesis in an International Research collaboration program, Free University of Brussels and Sahlgrenska Academy at Goteborg University. Thesis Director: Pr. Lars Sennerby and Pr. Jack Walter Van Reck , defended in 1999 *Professor, Head of Biomaterials Research Department, International University of Agadir (Universiapolis), Agadir Morocco

*Faculty Member, Dental XP Implant Externship Program, State University of New York At Stony Brook school of Dental Medecine

*Since 2012 President, Union of Moroccan dental societies (UASOM)

*International Board Member of SENAME (South Europ, North African Middle East. Implantology and Modern dentistry Association).

*Counsellor, Board of the Digital Dentistry Society DDS

*International Board Member, Clean implant foundation, Germany

*Editorial Board member, Reviewer, Clinical Implant Dentistry & Related Research Journal

*Member of the editorial board of the African Dental Journal

1994-2000 Head of the department of Oral rehabilitation & Implantology, St Pierre University Hospital, Brussels, Belgium.

President of the Moroccan Society of Periodontology & Implantology (SMPI) 2004-2005 1995-2017 Researcher, Department of Biomaterials & Handicap Research, Institute of Clinical Sciences, the Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg, Goteborg, Sweden.

2004-2013 Assist. Clin. Prof. Diagnosis Sciences University of southern California, LA, U SA (2004-2014) Since 2006, Founder & Director, Casablanca Oral Rehabilitation Training & Education Center , Casablanca, Morocco.

2014-2018 Visiting Professor, Oral Surgery, Post graduate in Implantology Program, Naples University, Italy.

Prof. Mouhyi has several local and international lectures and publications in the field of Biomaterials, Platelets concentrate technologies , Computerized guided implant surgery & Oral & Maxillo-facial implantology.

Grafting protocols with immediate, early and late implant placement – Predictable 3D ridge reconstruction with the GBR approach utilizing resorbable and non-resorbable membranes
Hard tissue deficiencies represent common challenges in periodontology and implant dentistry. Three-dimensional loss of alveolar hard tissues may result in conditions with impaired function, esthetics and cleansibility. The surgical reconstruction of such anomalies may present challenges for clinicians. To avoid, reduce or reconstruct any unfavorable deformations, several surgical techniques and graft types may be applied to compensate for horizontal- and vertical bone loss, following inflammatory processes, failed implants, or hard tissue augmentations. The success of such corrections is of high importance, especially when harmonious peri-implant bony environment similar to the periodontal architecture of adjacent teeth is necessary for long term tissue stability and aesthetics. The lecture will focus on application of hard tissue grafting xenogeneic grafting materials, resorbable- and non-resorbable membranes as well as surgical concepts feasible to three dimensionally recreate lost hard tissues around dental implants.

Dr. Balint Molnar is Associate Professor at the Department of Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. He received his DMD degree in 2004 (summa cum laude), defended his PhD thesis „Comprehensive evaluation of novel treatment possibilities for periodontal hard- and soft tissue reconstruction”. He holds seminars, lectures and hands-on courses in periodontology and implant dentistry for graduate-, postgraduate students as well as dentists in English, German and Hungarian. He was granted the “Young Researchers Program”‘ award in 2017 sponsored by NSK Europe GmbH and the Hungarian Dental Association. He received the Semmelweis Innovation award for the most innovative clinical research in 2017. He is a fellow of International Team for Implantology, member of several national and international professional societies (European Federation of Periodontology, delegate; Hungarian Society of Periodontology, secretary Hungarian Society of Implantology, member). He is a qualified specialist for regenerative periodontal regenerative surgery, root coverage procedures with autogenous and xenogenic materials, hard- and soft tissue regeneration around dental implants. He has authored numerous international peer reviewed articles.

Social

Friday, 6/12

Main Podium

Peri-implantitis :Side effects of Implant quality and Positioning
The long-term predictability of osseointegrated implants has been well documented. Nevertheless, a significant number of early and late complications have also been largely reported. Current hypothesis associates bacterial infection and/or biomechanical overload as etiologic factors of late implant failure. The peri-implant bone destruction observed during the implant maintenance phase (peri-implantitis) has symptomatology similar to that of periodontitis, i.e., redness, increased probing depth, suppuration, and radiographic bone loss. The titanium physico-chemical characteristics or frankly speaking “surface quality” remain, together with the initial implant positioning, the most important periimplantitis risk factors. According to H. L Wang and co-workers 2016, More than 40 % of periimplantitis problems are due to bad implant positioning.

The innovation in assisted implant surgery is constantly increasing. This success is due to the fact that guided surgery provides a reliable therapeutic solution. The use of these techniques is not only interesting for implant-supported rehabilitation by immediate loading but also for tissues supporting implants by insuring the best emergence profile.

If we had to define all the characteristics of the ideal guide, first of all we would ask for precision: A perfect fit in the mouth, high stability and optimal drill guide for a perfect reproducibility of the drill planning. It is also necessary that the guide can be sterilized without any distortion or degradation. In addition, it is necessary that the guide design neither interfere with the visual inspection by the surgeon nor with the drill’s irrigation. Also the guide will not give friction on the drills and implant. The last important thing, we’ll specially focus on in this lecture is the possibility to use the fixed guide in place together with all kind of grafting procedures and soft tissue manipulation. This will allows us to have the best implant environment but also the ideal implant positioning for the best tissue stability an survival rate.

Pr. Jaafar Mouhyi DDS, PhD Obtained his high school Diploma in 1983 at Abou Al Abbas Sebti College in Marrakesh, Morocco, he moved to Belgium in 1984, join Free University of Brussels (ULB) Dental school. In 1990, he obtained his DDS and then worked as an assistant clinical professor in general dentistry and involved in postgraduate Residency programs as the following

– Master in Biomedical engineering (Laser-therapy), Flemish Free University of Brussels (VUB) 1992

– Clinical training Diploma: Oral Implantology, Brånemark clinic, Göteborg University 1993

– Post-graduate Periodontology (ULB) 1993

– Post- graduate Laser-therapy (ULB), 1995

In 1995, he started a PhD thesis in an International Research collaboration program, Free University of Brussels and Sahlgrenska Academy at Goteborg University. Thesis Director: Pr. Lars Sennerby and Pr. Jack Walter Van Reck , defended in 1999 *Professor, Head of Biomaterials Research Department, International University of Agadir (Universiapolis), Agadir Morocco

*Faculty Member, Dental XP Implant Externship Program, State University of New York At Stony Brook school of Dental Medecine

*Since 2012 President, Union of Moroccan dental societies (UASOM)

*International Board Member of SENAME (South Europ, North African Middle East. Implantology and Modern dentistry Association).

*Counsellor, Board of the Digital Dentistry Society DDS

*International Board Member, Clean implant foundation, Germany

*Editorial Board member, Reviewer, Clinical Implant Dentistry & Related Research Journal

*Member of the editorial board of the African Dental Journal

1994-2000 Head of the department of Oral rehabilitation & Implantology, St Pierre University Hospital, Brussels, Belgium.

President of the Moroccan Society of Periodontology & Implantology (SMPI) 2004-2005 1995-2017 Researcher, Department of Biomaterials & Handicap Research, Institute of Clinical Sciences, the Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg, Goteborg, Sweden.

2004-2013 Assist. Clin. Prof. Diagnosis Sciences University of southern California, LA, U SA (2004-2014) Since 2006, Founder & Director, Casablanca Oral Rehabilitation Training & Education Center , Casablanca, Morocco.

2014-2018 Visiting Professor, Oral Surgery, Post graduate in Implantology Program, Naples University, Italy.

Prof. Mouhyi has several local and international lectures and publications in the field of Biomaterials, Platelets concentrate technologies , Computerized guided implant surgery & Oral & Maxillo-facial implantology.

” Why invest in Digital Dentistry? Are we there yet?

Benefits and  Limitations  in Complex Implant Rehabilitations”

The most important phase in a complex implant case preparation is a precise pre-operative diagnosis and understanding of the treatment aims and the case limitations. With the aid of digital planning of the case through preview of digital modelling and softwares, the clinician can predict anatomic conditions and occlusal limitations. It allows the clinician to transfer the planned 3-D implant position from the software into the surgical field, to plan in advance the restored teeth in respect to the occlusal relasionship and to the optimal implant position, to produce in advance a Cad/Cam provisional restoration and to decide regarding the surgical and prosthodontic protocols to choose such as late vs. immediate loading following a conventional flap vs. flap-less implant surgery. Can we follow a total digital workflow in those cases or should we still combine conventional analouge dentistry with digital dentistry? What about the precision of the available intraoral scanners in oral implantology? Are we there yet? During the presentation the relevant and most updated literature and actual conclusions will be presented with few complex clinical cases.

Prof. Eitan Mijiritsky is a graduate of the Tel-aviv University School (1990) of Dental Medicine where he also completed his Postgraduate studies and Specialty with Diploma in Prosthodontics (1996).

Prof. Mijiritsky is Associate Professor at the Tel-aviv University School of Dental Medicine, Israel.

Prof. Mijiritsky is Board Member and Immediate Past President of the Israel Society of Prosthodontics.

European Prosthodontic Association-EPA Recognized Specialist in Prosthodontics

Prosthodontic Consultor – Dep. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Sourasky Tel-Aviv Medical Center, Israel

Visiting Professor at the Master Course of  Digital Dentistry at the Universities of  Varese and Pisa in Italy and at the Universities of Murcia and Granada in Spain.

Associate Professor at the University of Titu Maioresco, Bucarest, Romania.

Board Member of  the International Digital Dentistry Society (DDS)

DDS Ambassador for Israel

Board Member of the International Implant Society SENAME

Co-Founder of the Israeli Association of Oral Implantology IAOI

 (ICOI-affiliated).

DIPLOMATE of the International College of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)

Member of the Editorial Boards of :

“International Journal of Oral Implantology and Clinical Research” , “Case reports in Dentistry” and “Journal of Oral Science and Rehabilitation” and Permanent Associate Editor at “BMC Oral Health”.

Prof. Mijiritsky is both a nationally and internationally active keynote lecturer and scientific chairman in numerous seminars and meetings.

He is the author of  over 70 articles in peer reviewed international journals, related to implant and digital dentistry, bone regeneration, esthetics and prosthodontics.

Heading the “Mijiritsky Dental Experts Center” in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

Strategies to Achieve Predictable Results Between Teeth and Implants”
Presentation Abstract

The connective zone between the restoration and the soft tissue is one of the most important aspects that will lead to an imperceptible esthetic oral rehabilitation. This lecture will highlight the treatment planning options for highly challenging and demanding esthetic cases by using pink ceramics, implants, and/or veneers analogic and digital workflown in order to improve esthetic outcomes.

Short Biography

Victor Clavijo

DDS, MSc PhD Restorative Dentistry, Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University, Araraquara, SP, Brazil.

  • Graduated in Dentistry at the Paulista University – UNIP
  • Specialization in Restorative Dentistry in Restorative Dentistry  at Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University – UNESP
  • Specialization in Implant Dentistry, SENAC University, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • Master and PhD in Restorative Dentistry  at Araraquara Dental School, São Paulo State University – UNESP
  • Private practice emphasizing Restorative Esthetic Dentistry.

Grafting protocols with immediate, early and late implant placement – Predictable 3D ridge reconstruction with the GBR approach utilizing resorbable and non-resorbable membranes
Hard tissue deficiencies represent common challenges in periodontology and implant dentistry. Three-dimensional loss of alveolar hard tissues may result in conditions with impaired function, esthetics and cleansibility. The surgical reconstruction of such anomalies may present challenges for clinicians. To avoid, reduce or reconstruct any unfavorable deformations, several surgical techniques and graft types may be applied to compensate for horizontal- and vertical bone loss, following inflammatory processes, failed implants, or hard tissue augmentations. The success of such corrections is of high importance, especially when harmonious peri-implant bony environment similar to the periodontal architecture of adjacent teeth is necessary for long term tissue stability and aesthetics. The lecture will focus on application of hard tissue grafting xenogeneic grafting materials, resorbable- and non-resorbable membranes as well as surgical concepts feasible to three dimensionally recreate lost hard tissues around dental implants.

Dr. Balint Molnar is Associate Professor at the Department of Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary. He received his DMD degree in 2004 (summa cum laude), defended his PhD thesis „Comprehensive evaluation of novel treatment possibilities for periodontal hard- and soft tissue reconstruction”. He holds seminars, lectures and hands-on courses in periodontology and implant dentistry for graduate-, postgraduate students as well as dentists in English, German and Hungarian. He was granted the “Young Researchers Program”‘ award in 2017 sponsored by NSK Europe GmbH and the Hungarian Dental Association. He received the Semmelweis Innovation award for the most innovative clinical research in 2017. He is a fellow of International Team for Implantology, member of several national and international professional societies (European Federation of Periodontology, delegate; Hungarian Society of Periodontology, secretary Hungarian Society of Implantology, member). He is a qualified specialist for regenerative periodontal regenerative surgery, root coverage procedures with autogenous and xenogenic materials, hard- and soft tissue regeneration around dental implants. He has authored numerous international peer reviewed articles.

Social

Saturday, 7/12

Rest and Leisure

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