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Young dentists worldwide forum

Maria Gabriella Grusovin (Italy)
Michael Ermer (Germany)
Roberto J. Cabassa Latoni (Spain)
Cristina Rizea (Romania)
Andreea Oana Rosu (Romania)
Faysal Succaria (Lebanon)
Magdalena Wilczak (Poland)
Rodrigo Venticinque (Brazil)
Dagmara Piatkowska (Poland)

Time: 08:30 - 14:30
Room: ROOM 114
Language: English
Chair(s): Magdalena Wilczak (Poland)
CERP: NO

HOW TO KEEP PERIODONTAL COMPROMISED TEETH: NEW FRONTIERS IN PERIODONTAL REGENERATION
Maria Gabriella Grusovin (Italy)

Learning Objectives

  • > To learn how periodontal regeneration function
  • > To learn the up to date techniques in periodontal regeneration
  • > To be able to correctly apply the new surgical techniques

Abstract

Periodontal compromised teeth are an everyday challenge in clinical work. The decision between extraction or maintenance is not always easy. The lecture will explain how to make diagnosis and to choose among the different regenerative options. Mini invasive surgical techniques will be explained with the help of videos and clinical cases. The appliance of the up to date surgical techniques united to a correct maintenance protocol can allow the preservation of natural teeth, which is the less invasive option for our patients.

NEW RISKS BEYOND BISPHOSPHONATES – MEDICATION-RELATED OSTEONECROSIS OF THE JAW
Michael Ermer (Germany)

Learning Objectives

Attendees should:
  • > Gain a general overview of the described problems for dental procedures
  • > Be able to perform a risk-assessment for individual patients
  • > Know how to perform dental surgery to avoid adverse events
  • Be able to estimate treatment limitations and when to refer patients to a specialized center

Abstract

Bisphosphonates (BP) have moved into the oral surgeons’focus in recent years due to a growing number of BP associated osteonecrosis of the jaws, first described in 2003. The etiology is still not finally determined. As new anti-resorptive and oncologic drugs emerge regularly, the risk of medication-related osteonecrosis becomes more widespread.

The presentation will give an update on actual anti-resorptives, medication guidelines, state-of-the-art treatment and prevention of adverse events when treating patients with BP or other anti-resorptive therapy.

NEOPLASTIC LESIONS MIMICKING TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT DISORDERS
Michael Ermer (Germany)

Learning Objectives

  • > The presentation emphasizes the importance to exclude neoplastic lesions as a cause of temporomandibular joint disorders.

Abstract

Patients with primary or secondary tumors of the mandibular condyle can present symptoms simulating temporomandibular joint disorder and will therefore be treated similarly. In case of persistent and recurrent temporomandibular joint dysfunction, adequate clinical and radiological examination is necessary to rule out neoplasms and to avoid delayed diagnosis of potentially life-threatening conditions. The presentation will show actual cases and give an overview of prevalences and state-of-the-art TMJ surgery.

Michael Ermer studied medicine and dentistry at the University of Cologne. Since 2009 he is working at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University Medical Center Freiburg (Head: Prof. Dr. Dr. R. Schmelzeisen). His main scope is on three-dimensional reconstruction in trauma patients, head and neck oncology and general health conditions interfering with dental surgery.

DENTAL TREATMENT TRENDS FOR THE SPECIAL NEEDS AND PEDIATRIC PATIENTS
Roberto J. Cabassa Latoni (Spain)

Learning Objectives

  • > Expose parameters of treatment for the Special needs and pediatric patients
  • > Expose dental oral disease risk of pediatric and special needs patients
  • > Expose new treatment tendencies on the prevention, treatment and maintenance of the special needs and pediatric patients

Abstract

Pediatric and Special Needs patients dentistry is one of the areas of dentistry with an increasing interest from dental providers and the community in all countries. Throughout the world we are seeing new trends on treatment of these unique patients and how we can help them in the prevention of dental disease and the rehabilitation of dental health. Through this lecture we will expose some new trends and possibilities into the treatment of disease with universal and specific approach for pediatrics and special needs patients that can be applied into your practice.

DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PATIENTS
Cristina Rizea (Romania)

Learning Objectives

  • > How to professionally handle psychologically challenging patients

Abstract

Treating patients in the dental office requires both clinical and social skills. In most situations, the dentist cannot resume to just medically solving the dental problem without also socially interacting with the patient. Sometimes this interaction is more challenging than the dental treatment itself, due to the psychological profile of the patients. In the daily practice, dental practitioners need to deal with patients that have dentists’ phobia, that think they know the treatment required and try to impose it to the dentist, or that do not believe the treatment will be successful. These types of patients require particular approaches in order to successfully carry out the dental treatment.

WHY TO BECOME AN ENDODONTIST?
Andreea Oana Rosu (Romania)

Learning Objectives

  • > why choose endodontics as your speciality
  • > the “new limitations” in conserative dentistry
  • > different approaches in endodontics

Abstract

Introduction: Choosing your specialty can be a challenging decision. Among all, endodontics is a difficult but very fulfilling field of dentistry and is considered to be the “neurosurgery” of dental medicine.

Case Description:
A series of clinical cases showing the healing after a correct diagnosis and proper endodontical treatment. Teeth were treated with different modern solutions available, including magnification using the microscope, rotary preparation, 3D obturation of the endodontic space and MTA placement when needed.

Discussion:
More and more dentist and patients understand the importance of“saving” and“keeping” their own teeth, although implants seem to be very reliable. Teeth with big periapical lesions (even interradicular radiolucency) can be successfully treated and preserved for a long time.

Conclusion:
Modern endodontical procedures and protocols allow us to prolong the life of many teeth which used to be extracted 20 years ago. Therefore, before recommending an extraction of an „infected” tooth, we should first think about the possibility of treating and healing it, the only barrier being the physical support.

DENTAL COLOR SCIENCE: SHADE AND TRANSLUCENCY
Faysal Succaria (Lebanon)

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this presentation the attendee will be able to:
  • > Prescribe the appropriate type of ceramic in combination cases requiring anterior crowns and veneers
  • > Prescribe the appropriate type of ceramic (Pressed ceramic vs veneered Zirconia vs Full contour Zirconia) in full coverage crowns over discolored tooth structure or metallic posts
  • > Obtain accurate shade matching when using composite resin restorations.

Abstract

  • > Color science review
  • > Definitions of: appearance, shade, opacity, masking ability
  • > Optical properties of current ceramics (Polycrystalline, Pressed, Feldspathic)
  • Opacity control in composite resin restorations
  • > The effect of cements on the final shade
  • > The effect of stump shade color on the final shade
  • > Treatment planning anterior all ceramic restorations over various substrates in complex clinical situations
  • > Shade communication through photography

CLINICAL UTILITY OF SALIVA AS A DIAGNOSTIC FLUID. PERIODONTITIS, GINGIVITIS, TOXIC METALS AND IT'S RELATIONSHIP WITH PREGNANCY
Magdalena Wilczak (Poland)

Learning Objectives

After the lecture:
  • > One should know perks of using saliva as diagnostic fluid
  • > One should know what periodontitis is and how does it relate to pregnancy
  • > One should know the difference between gingivitis and periodontitis
  • One should name the role and possible risk of toxic metals

Abstract

Saliva is a clinically informative fluid that is easily accessed and is useful for novel approaches in prognosis, laboratory or clinical diagnostics. It's ideal for early detection of various diseases due to its content. Saliva as biological fluid is rich in specific soluble biomarkers. Salivary diagnostic is a dynamic field that is now being further researched and could shorten down and simplify diagnostics of oral and systemic diseases.

Throughout pregnancy over 40 % of women are prone to any periodontal disease. However, due to changes in hormonal level 50-70% of women develop gingivitis throughout pregnancy. Current ongoing research claims that periodontitis has a relationship with adverse pregnancy outcomes, namely low preterm birth. The aim of the study is find out if there is any correlation between the level of toxic metals in saliva in pregnant women during the three trimesters of pregnancy. This is an ongoing study on which my PhD is based.

AMALGAMS REMOVAL IN A SAFE WAY. WHY AND HOW?
Rodrigo Venticinque (Brazil)

Learning Objectives

  • > It has long been said that amalgam is harmful to our health. We assume that the discussion of this topic will increase the demand of patients for safety amalgam removal. The mercury contained in the amalgam is especially bad for the dentist, assistant, patient and environment when removed. We need to better understand how this happens inside our cells and take the necessary preventive measures to protect ourselves, our team, our patients and our environment.

Abstract

Theamalgamreleases mercuryvaporwhichis absorbedbythelungs, tissues andgoeswithoutbarriers totheneurological tissue, lungs, kidneys etc. When it heats because the drilling, it evaporates many times more and it is very harmful for our health and our patients. We must be very careful removing these amalgam restorations. This removal must be in a safe way for the patients, dentist, staff and environment. It will be shown how to safely remove the amalgams step by step, also showing which equipment is needed for this.

FUNCTIONAL ORTHODONTIC THERAPY IN CHILDREN
Dagmara Piatkowska (Poland)

Learning Objectives

  • > One should know the aim of functional orthodontic therapy.
  • > One should know the kinds of functional applainces.
  • > One should know the prognostic predictors of malooclusions.
  • > One should changes in muscle activity during functional orthodontic therapy.

Abstract

The aim of the functional orthopedic therapy is to restore a proper balance of the muscles which is necessary for the correct future development of the jaws.

It is essential to determine the most precise and reliable diagnostic tools for assessing the function of the muscles of the stomatognathic system.

Fifty subjects aged 8-16 with distoocclusion were selected for the study.

After compiling medical histories, clinical and X ray examination, intraoral scan of the teeth by special aparatus were performed.

The subjects were treated using different kinds of removable functional applainces. sEMG recordings were performed. Surface electromyography had a high diagnostic efficiency as regards the recognition of the symptoms which correlated with the seriousness of the illness.

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