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Quintessence Symposium

Sydney Convention Centre bayside auditorium Darling Harbour, Sydney australia

On Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry

29 - 31 October 2010

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Quintessence Symposium World Class Presenters...

on Periodontics & restorative Dentistry



Professor Iven klineberg

aM, rFD, bSc, MDS, PhD, FraCDS, FICD

Dr Matteo basso


Professor of Prosthodontics University of Sydney. a registered oral prosthodontist with particular interests in clinical management of temporomandibular disorders and orofacial pain, and oral implant rehabilitation. research interests within these disciplines include, occlusion and craniomandibular disorders with studies on jaw muscle function and 3-dimensional tM joint movement; and implant restoration with concerns for optimising function and proprioceptive control (osseoperception).

Dr karl-Ludwig ackermann

karl-Ludwig ackermann is a specialist in oral surgery. He currently operates a joint private practice in Filderstadt/ germany with Dr. axel kirsch. Since 1980 his clinical and research work has focused on implantology. He is a boardmember of the DgI (german Society of Implantology) and the DgZMk (german Society of Dental, oral and Craniomandibular Sciences) and a specialist in periodontics of the european Dental association (eDa). He holds a teaching post at the german academy of Practice and Science (aPW), is a visiting lecturer at several german universities, since 2004 guest professor at the nippon Dental University niigata/Japan and since May 2005 guest lecturer at the Steinbeis University berlin. He has published multiple publications in all fields of the specialisations mentioned above.

Matteo basso obtained his degree with honours in Dentistry and Prosthetic rehabilitation from the Università degli Studi in Milan, Italy. PhD in Implant Dentistry and Specialty in oral Surgery. Since 2002 is coordinator of clinical activities and responsible for quality assessment at the University Dental Clinic of the galeazzi orthopaedic Institute in Milan. In the same department, from 2006 is head of the Section of Conservative Dentistry, and in 2008 he became head of the Centre of Minimal Invasive & aesthetic oral rehabilitation. Visiting Professor for Dental ergonomics and Market economy c/o the Dental School Degree Course of the University of Milan. He is board member of the research Center for oral Health of the University of Milan, Italy ( He concentrates his activity on prosthetic rehabilitation, cariology and conservative dentistry, with particular attention to modern concepts of minimal invasive dentistry.

Professor Michael burrow

MDS, PhD, Med

Michael burrow graduated from the University of adelaide with bDS in 1981, MDS in Prosthodontics in 1987, PhD in 1994 from tokyo Medical and Dental University and Master of education in 2003 from the University of Melbourne. Currently Professor in restorative Dentistry, Clinical Dean, restorative Dentistry Discipline Head at the Melbourne Dental School, and visiting Prosthodontist at the royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne. He is a member of the aDa's DIMe Committee and australian delegation member attending ISo tC 106 on dental standards. Currently he is on the editorial boards of five international journals and published over 140 refereed papers and has widely lectured in australia and Internationally.

Dr David garber


in-chief of the Quintessence Journal in turkey and on the editorial board of the aaCD journal, PPaD (Practical Procedure & aesthetic Dentistry), eJeD. He has been lecturing on dental aesthetics all over the world and giving post graduate lectures on aesthetics at the new York University, new York and Yeditepe University in turkey. He is the author of "the Science and art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers" published by Quintessence publications in 2003. He has been practicing in his own clinic in Istanbul, specializing in aesthetic Dentistry, since 1984. a reknown sportsman, Dr. gurel has been the Captain of the turkish national team of Water Polo for 110 times, a World Champion of the Camel trophy and a participant of the Paris-Dakar rally.

David garber is one of the internationally recognized multidisciplinary educators well-known as "team atlanta." He is the recipient of "the 2005 gordon J. Christensen Lecturer recognition award," "the american College of Prosthodontics Distinguished Lecturer award," "the northeastern Periodontal Society Isador Hirschfeld award for Clinical excellence," "the greater new York academy of Prosthodontics Distinguished Lecturer award," and "the David Serson Medal of research."He is a past president of the american academy of esthetic Dentistry and has served on the boards of both the aaeD and the american academy of Fixed Prosthodontics. David is dual trained clinician and professor in the Department of Periodontics as well as in the Department of oral rehabilitation at the Medical College of georgia. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at Louisiana State University and a Clinical Professor in the Department of restorative Dentistry at the University of texas in San antonio. He is past editor of the Journal of esthetic Dentistry, past president of the aaeD, and co-author of Porcelain Laminate Veneers, Bleaching Teeth, Porcelain and Composite Inlays and Onlays, and Complete Dental Bleaching, and has published in excess of 60 articles and textbooks chapters.

Professor Sreenivas Koka


Sreenivas koka is Professor of Dentistry and Chair of the Department of Dental Specialties at the Mayo Clinic in rochester, USa. He was born and reared in the Uk before emigrating to the USa and completing dental and prosthodontic studies at the University of Michigan in ann arbor. He continued his professional education at the University of nebraska where he earned a PhD degree and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at the eppley Cancer Center. Professor koka was a member of the faculty of the College of Dentistry at the University of nebraska for 12 years before moving to Mayo Clinic in 2004 where he is currently engaged in a hospital based practice and participates in research and educational activities. His current research foci are oralsystemic links with an emphasis on osteoporosis as well as the relationship of clinical decision making in prosthodontics and patient outcomes. He is a member of the advisory board of the International Journal of Prosthodontics, an associate editor of the International Journal of oral and Maxillofacial Implants, a member of the executive Council of the academy of Prosthodontics and a member of the american Dental association's advisory task force on osteonecrosis of the Jaw.

Dr galip gurel

bDS, MSc

galip gurel graduated from the University of Istanbul, Dental School in 1981. He continued his education at the University of kentucky, Department of Prosthodontics. received his MSc degree from Yeditepe University in, Istanbul. He is the founder and the honorary president of eDaD (turkish academy of aesthetic Dentistry). He is a member of the american Society for Dental aesthetics (aSDa) and the honorary diplomate of the american board of aesthetic Dentistry (abaD) as well as an active member and the President elect of the european academy of esthetic Dentistry (eaeD). He is also the editor-



Quintessence Symposium World Class Presenters...

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Dr Domenico Massironi

Domenico Massironi was born in Melegnano, Milan, Italy. He graduated with honours in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Pavia and specialized in Dentistry at the same University with honours. He has held numerous courses and congresses both nationally and internationally. Diplomate of ICoI (International Congress of oral Implantologists) active Member of eaeD (european academy of esthetic Dentistry) and active Member of aMeD (the academy of microscope enhanced dentistry). He has a well established private practice in Melegnano where he specialises in Implantology and Prosthetics. He has published several articles and two books, among which "Precision in Prosthetic restoration", written in co-operation with dental technicians, Mr. alberto battistelli and Mr. romeo Pascetta published by Quintessence and "Precision in Dental aesthetics" written in co-operation with Mr. romeo Pascetta and giuseppe romeo published by Quintessence translated in numerous languages.

Dr Dale a. Miles

ba, DDS, MS, FrCD(C)

Dale a Miles was a Professor of oral and Maxillofacial radiology and associate Dean for Clinical affairs at the arizona School of Dentistry & oral Health (aSDoH). Previously he has been Chair of the Department of oral Health Sciences at the University of kentucky, the graduate program director of Dental Diagnostic Sciences at Indiana University, and has held positions at the University of Connecticut and Dalhousie University in Halifax, nova Scotia. He is a Diplomate of both the american board of oral and Maxillofacial radiology and the american board of oral Medicine. Dale has been a test construction consultant for the national Dental examining board for the aDa. He has authored over 130 scientific articles and five textbooks, including the latest textbook on Cone beam Imaging by Quintessence, and has given over 600 invited presentations. He received the "Civism" award from the Department of the United States navy in 2002, the highest civilian award the USn can bestow. He also received the University of Western ontario School of Dentistry "alumni of Distinction" award in 2003. He holds 4 patents on x-ray technology. He has a web site for teaching dentists and auxiliaries about digital imaging and cone beam imaging at and has recently formed a new company in Fountain Hills, aZ called Digital radiographic Solutions, providing radiographic interpretation to dental colleagues and radiology laboratory services who use Cone beam Ct machines. to date he has read over 6500 scans. You can contact him about his service at: [email protected]

Dr Yasukazu Miyamoto


Yasukazu Miyamoto graduated from asahi University School of Dentistry in 1983. after graduation, he studied clinical periodontics and implantology in the Japan Institute for advanced Dental Studies. He has been an instructor of periodontology and implantology at that institute since 1990. Since 2007 he has been a visiting professor of asahi University. He became the director of the Japan Institute for advanced Dental Studies in 2009. He is also a vice-president of the Japanese academy of Clinical Periodontology. Since 1986 he has maintained a private practice in downtown kyoto dedicated to periodontics and implants.

Luc rutten MDt & Patric rutten MDt

Luc and Patrick maintain their own dental laboratory, the Dental Labo rutten, in tessenderlo, belgium, and are instructors at the Interdisciplinary Dental education academy in San Francisco, California. In 1991, the rutten brothers published their first article in Das Dental Labor; it was translated in three languages. they have also written two books, Implant aesthetics and Crown & bridge and Imlants: the art of Harmony, and are members of the International advisory board of Dental Dialogue (north america and germany) andteamwork (germany). the rutten brothers have given lectures, table clinics, and courses on ceramic restorations, aesthetics, and implantology throughout the world.

Professor Laurence Walsh

bDSc, PhD, DDSc, FFoP (raCP), gCed, FICD

Laurence Walsh is Professor of Dental Science at the University of Queensland and has been the Head of School since 2004. He maintains a part-time specialist private practice in brisbane in special needs dentistry. Laurence has been involved in the development and clinical evaluation of several novel diagnostic systems over the past decade, and he holds several patents in this field. Laurence leads a research group who work in the area of advanced technologies, and he has published extensively in the dental literature.

Professor tomaso Vercellotti


tomaso Vercellotti is the inventor of Piezoelectric bone Surgery. Honorary Professor at UCL eastman Dental Institute of London and Visiting Professor in many Italian and International Universities. Founder and President of Piezosurgery academy for continuing education. He published International scientific research in animal and new surgical techniques in patient for Sinus Lift, ridge expansion, Ultrasonic extraction and orthodontic microsurgery and authored the first book dedicated on the Implantology field. International Speaker. He maintains a private practice limited to Periodontology and Implantology in genova (Italy), and has been dedicated, for over 25 years, to clinical education and the rehabilitation of complex cases.


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Lecture Program Day 1: Friday 29 october

9.30am Implant Therapy in the Aesthetics Zone ­ Soft and Hard Tissue Management.

Dr Yasukazu Miyamoto DDS

In recent years, optimal implant results in the aesthetic zone can be predictably achieved utilizing many soft and hard tissue augmentation techniques. However, gingival recession following buccal bone resorption frequently occurs after completion of treatment. Dental Cone beam Ct can evaluate the change of the buccal bone before and after implant placement. this evaluation can clarify the predictable method for obtaining tissue stability around implants. this presentation will focus on soft and hard tissue management around implants, and the optimal approach for obtaining tissue stability of aesthetic implants using evaluation by Dental Cone beam Ct.

7.30am Registration & Exhibition Open 8.00am Welcome - Scientific Chairman

Professor Iven Klineberg AM, RFD, BSc, MDS, PhD, FRACDS, FICD

on behalf of Henry Schein Halas and Quintessence International, it is a privilege for me to welcome you to the latest International Quintessence Symposium. as with previous Symposia, this program has been designed to benefit general dental practitioners in particular, and will bring you the most up-to-date and clinically relevant evidence-based information through lectures and workshops devoted to topics of special importance to general dental practice. the program will have a focus on how to optimize aesthetics to meet contemporary patient expectations, as well as relevant clinical data on oral implant treatment. I enthusiastically welcome you to this state-of-the-art program and believe that it will be of real benefit to your role in providing optimum patient care.


Morning Tea

8.30am Advanced Diagnostics at the Chairside ­ Where Are We Now?

Professor Laurence Walsh BDSc, PhD, DDSc, FFOP(RACP), GCEd, FICD

this lecture will provide an overview of the latest research work in chairside diagnostic technologies for clinical practice, and how these augment or replace traditional methods, under the general headings of cariology and restorative dentistry, periodontology, endodontology and oral medicine. the emphasis will be on what technologies are now available and how these can be used most effectively in a general practice ennvironment by both dentists and other members of the dental team.

11.00am Dental Implant Therapy in the Context of Osteoporosis and Bisphosphonate Treatment.

Professor Sreenivas Koka DDS, PhD

The effect of the osteoporotic condition on jaw bones as it relates to dental implant therapy will be presented to define whether a diagnosis of osteoporosis or osteopenia constitutes a contraindication for dental implant therapy. Following on, guidelines for the dental management of patients treated with bisphosphonates for osteoporosis will be presented with a specific emphasis on concepts of the risk of osteonecrosis of the jaw, the risks and benefits of a drug holiday, and the safety of dental implant placement in these patients.

12.00pm Post Graduate Research Presentations. 12.30pm Panel - Question & Answers with the Morning Presenters. 1.00pm Lunch

2.00pm Interdisciplinary Approach for Optimizing Aesthetics.

Dr Galip Gurel DDS, MSc

With the ever-increasing importance that the media, patients and general society place on appearance, an even greater emphasis has recently been placed on elective aesthetic dentistry. by improving deficient facial proportion and integumental form, surgeons, orthodontists, and restorative dentists have the unique opportunity to weave these aesthetic needs and the creation of a pleasing smile into the fabric of their comprehensive treatment planning. Creating precision in terms of the preparation, fit and the aesthetic final outcome needs serious treatment planning which is different for each case... Designing a new smile consists of many steps which are so very important and if followed correctly, produce predictable success. at this point I would also like to emphasize the importance of minimally-invasive dentistry. this is only possible if we can insure that proper tooth position in the arch is established, eliminating the need for any soft or hard tissue removal. this brings to mind the importance of the interdisciplinary team (in contrast to multidisciplinary). the major difference between an interdisciplinary versus a multidisciplinary approach, is that with an interdisciplinary approach, treatment planning is accomplished in a group setting with all treatment team members present. all treatment planning and treatment challenges can be discussed in a collaborative environment with team members complementing and supporting the efforts of each other. a multidisciplinary approach only represents that each discipline or area of dentistry is involved in one aspect of the treatment without necessarily working together in a unified manner. after that stage, in order to achieve a very precise and predictable tooth preparation, wax-up, silicon indexes and related techniques such as aPr (aesthetic Pre recontouring), aPt (aesthetic Preevaluative temporaries) and preparation through the aPts are extremely crucial.

of soft and hard tissue grafts, implant placement, ridge reduction and restorative design now utilize definitively specific protocols for these type of prosthetic gingival restorations. this program will address: · Virtualtreatmentplanningforgingivalrestoratives- 3-dimensional planning of implants and grafts using computer simulation. · Newprotocolsfordento-gingivalprovisional restorations · Artificialgingivae-ceramicversuscomposite · Gingivalandosseousreductiontooptimizeaesthetics · Hygieneandmaintenancebeyondaestheticsover the long term. · Factorsinselectinganimplantsystem. · Newconsiderationsinabutmentdesign. · Theabutment/implantinterfaceinaesthetics. · Zirconiumtitaniumorceramo-metalabutment. · Surgicalaugmentation­whattouseandwhento use it versus gingival ceramics


Afternoon Tea

Cone Beam Imaging: Your Key 4.30pm to Successful Implants.

Dr Dale A. Miles BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Dentists use x-ray imaging every day to assist their clinical treatment planning for implant placement. Cone beam Imaging helps dentists and dental specialists assess pre-surgical implant sites more rapidly and place their implants more precisely. the data from these scans can also be used to create surgical guides to simplify the surgical procedure and reduce the clinician's risk of damage to an anatomic structure. Cone beam Ct allows us to see anatomical detail of the inferior alveolar nerve, nasal cavity and sinuses like you've never seen it before. Cases will be presented illustrating the power of this imaging and demonstrate failures when Cone beam Imaging was not used. objectives: this program will enable the dentist or auxiliary to: · UnderstandtheprinciplesofCBCT · Visualizemorepreciselyselectedpre-surgical implant sites · UnderstandtheroleCBCTcanplayintheir dental practice

3.00pm Evolving Implant Aesthetics...Options... Limitations...Solutions.

Dr David Garber DMD

this program is an alternate perspective into how "aesthetics-driven" implant dentistry has evolved, and why in 2010 it is essential to combine both the "pink" and "white" aspects to achieve that optimal cosmetic result. this complete philosophical approach involves both a biologic understanding of the healing process, as well as a need for specific implant and abutment designs. today, understanding the "limitations" of what is biologically feasible is of paramount importance as these limitations often require use of a new modus operandi incorporating gingival colored "pink" restoratives and the essential 3D CaD/CaM treatment planning for final implant cosmetics. Preemptive planning

5.30pm Panel - Question & answers with the afternoon presenters. 6.00pm Welcome Reception Cocktail Party


8.00am 8.20am

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Lecture Program Day 2: Saturday 30 october

be based on the inefficient approach of "drill & fill", simply removing damaged tooth structures and replacing them with our magnificent composites. Without comprehending mechanisms on the origin of tooth decay, in this last example we can remove just a symptom (the tooth lesion) leaving in our patients' mouth the real pathology (tooth decay processes). the result of this inappropriate approach could easily be the early failure of our reconstructions, even if well done, because the untreated pathology restart to damage teeth immediately after the patient leaves our dental clinic. For this reason, we must focus on tooth decay evolution, treating it during all the phases of development, from plaque adhesion, initial demineralization, formation of cavitated lesions, until destruction of enamel and dentinal structures. this lecture, will present the latest bioactive materials, including their clinical performances when compared with traditional restorative materials, and the way they can be helpful in the earliest phases of decay processes.

Exhibition Open

Professor Iven Klineberg



8.30am The Clinical Evidence for Successful Bonding Procedures ­ Can it Work also for the Badly Broken Down Tooth?

Professor Michael Burrow MDS, PhD, MEd

the introduction of adhesive dentistry has seen large changes in the way we can treat our patients. the change in philosophy to MI Dentistry has largely been a product of the boom in adhesive materials, be they resin-based or glass ionomer cements. However, much of the MI philosophy has been directed towards the small caries lesion to heal it or place the smallest restoration possible. as the population ages the need for restoration replacement is becoming a greater part of clinical practice. restorations fail, teeth wear, making restoration more and more complicated. this problem is compounded by patients not wanting amalgam restorations; cavity preparation for amalgam is destructive of tooth structure and the cost of crowns is sometimes not affordable. Can adhesive restorative dentistry be employed as a sound alternative treatment? the presentation will focus on what we know about current adhesive materials and techniques and how these materials can be used to restore form and function of the badly broken down tooth. the presentation will focus on the current clinical evidence and how it might be practically applied.


Morning Tea

Biomaterials in Daily Clinical 11.00am Practice: Socket and Ridge Preservation.

Dr Karl-Ludwig Ackerman DDS

today implants are more and more a prerequisite for a satisfactory perio-prosthetic rehabilitation outcome. tooth loss always is related with bone loss. to achieve a reliable and stable therapeutic result, implant placement in many cases is related with hard and/ or soft tissue augmentation. Pre-implantological augmentation procedures or defect contouring and filling simultaneously to implant placement are the concepts of choice. Socket preservation is performed to maintain bone and soft tissues prior to conventional or implant based prosthetic therapy. this presentation will cover all the necessities for successful socket preservation treatment: · · · · · · · Conservativesocketpreservation Atraumaticextraction Socketpreparation Protocolforapplicationofbiomaterials(withinthefreshsocket) Openhealingwithapplicationofmembrane Socketsealing Connectivetissuetransplantandfixation

9.30am The Evolution of Bioactive Materials in Restorative Dentistry.

Dr Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc

In modern dentistry, the correct approach for tooth decay must obviously require application of the latest materials and techniques. However, even if resin composites represent the most aesthetic and validated materials for restorative dentistry, in certain conditions the management of teeth lesions can be correctly obtained only through different "bioactive materials". generally, we can describe as "bioactive" some products or materials having an effect on or causing a reaction in living tissue. In dentistry, their benefits stay in their properties of inducing active phenomena, such as dental remineralization, antibacterial activity, or pulpal tissue healing. In fact, it is now evident that the management of tooth decay cannot

12.00pm 12.30pm 1.00pm

Post Graduate Research Presentations Panel ­ Question & Answers with the Morning Presenters. Lunch

2.00pm Ultrasonic Bone Cutting Technology Introduces a New Era in Implantology.

New Ultrasonic Implant Site Preparation for Traditional Technique and New Implant Typology using Piezosurgery Technique.

Professor Tomaso Vercellotti MD, DDS

this presentation highlights the new Ultrasonic Surgical instruments, new Surgical protocols, new Ultra-osseointegration process and the clinical applications in: delicate anatomy, soft bone, close to the nerve and the extraction socket. the speaker introduces a new Surgical bone Classification together with Piezoelectric bone Surgery Implant Site Preparation that promotes maximum primary stability and accelerates the bone response for a new secondary stability and permits immediate implant loading. extensive clinical cases involving thin crest, low height and above-all immediate post-extraction implants.

4.30pm Precision and Accuracy in Present and Future Prosthetic Restorations.

Dr. Domenico Massironi MD DMD

the focus of this lecture will be precision and aesthetics of prosthetic restorations at high magnification. In recent years the use of the stereomicroscope has been appled to many dentistry disciplines including endodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics and dental technology. We have used the stereomicroscope in our surgery and laboratory since 1988. High magnification is very important and a major advance in the stages of fixed prosthodontics . In fact, the possibility of analysis at greater magnification provides complete control and accuracy in each step of the prosthodontic phase. the tooth preparation and margin placement, must be correctly related to marginal soft tissues and the use of the microscope allows us to obtain a regular and accurate marginal finish line; furthermore, the use of the stereomicroscope in the finishing phases allows the use of sonic oscillating instruments.

3.00pm Excellence in Dental Aesthetics ­ New Trends and Materials in Aesthetic Implantology.

Luc Rutten MDT & Patric Rutten MDT

In this lecture we will show how to bring a case to perfection and will outline the contemporary prosthetic concepts in management of implants in the aesthetic zone with a view to achieving long term aesthetics and stability. We will attempt to cover all disciplines and all types of challenges in the most comprehensive way. the true challenge does not lie in ceramic layering, but bringing pink and white aesthetics into harmony with facial features of our patients. as of now, the principles of facial harmony dictate our work and have turned our aesthetic understanding completely around. We no longer exclusively concentrate on the aesthetics of individual teeth, but are more concerned with the harmony we create between restoration and patient. given these high demands, it is natural that the cooperation between dentist or periodontist and dental technician will intensify. an interdisciplinary approach is the key to optimal case management and this will be demonstrated by cases ranging single tooth management to complex multiple tooth restoration.

4.30pm 5.30pm 6.00pm

Exhibition Close Panel ­ Question & Answers with the afternoon presenters. Close


Afternoon Tea


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Workshop Program Day 3: Sunday 31 october

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS 1.30pm ­ 5.30pm Cone beam anatomy: Let's review What You May be Missing

Dr Dale A. Miles BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

this is a repeat of the morning session.

MORNING WORKSHOPS 9.00am ­ 12.30pm Precision tooth Preparation for aesthetic restorations

Dr Domenico Massironi MD DMD

Sydney Convention Centre, Bayside Level 2 tooth preparation is a critical step in prosthetic restoration because it affects each subsequent stage of restoration. Without an optimal design, it is impossible to ensure accurate impression taking, successful reproduction of finish lines in laboratory procedures, and seamless integration of the prosthetic restoration during cementation. Dr. Domenico Massironi will demonstrate his technique for creating the modified chamfer design, with rotating and non rotating instruments (oscillating sonic tips) which can be used successfully with all types of restorations. the basic principles guiding his approach are a commitment to standardized prosthetic protocols, the proper sequencing of instrumentation, and precision work via use of a microscope. Dr. Massironi, a master clinician widely recognized by european dentists, will offer his insights into successful aesthetic tooth preparation to an australian audience here for the first time. restorative dentists at all levels will benefit from this practical demonstration. Demonstration Objectives: · understandtheimportanceoftoothpreparationdesign to achieve a better aesthetic result · learnhowtoprepareaprecisionfinishlinedesign · findouthowtocreatethemodifiedchamferdesign learn how to perform instrumentation for successful tooth preparation

an efficient treatment Plan for Complete tooth Decay Management

Dr Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc

Complete management of tooth decay can be obtained only through a complete comprehension of pathological processes. the lack of interpretation of several signals that teeth and mucosa can give to clinicians might represent the starting point of a probable failure of their therapies. to improve clinical outcomes, long-term results and patient's satisfaction, this workshop will present some easy and immediate solutions, that can be immediately integrated into daily practice. Participants will also have the possibility to manage clinical tests and bioactive restorative materials.

What Surrogate Measures of Osseointegration Really Matter?

Professor Sreenivas Koka DDS, PhD

Sydney Convention Centre, Bayside Level 2 Clinicians are bombarded with information on the latest and greatest dental implant design. Measures such as bone implant contact, insertion torque, removal torque and implant stability quotient (ISQ), are offered up as validated and clinically meaningful. but is this necessarily so? are some of the surrogates measures currently utilized better or worse at providing clinically relevant information that will aid the clinician in attaining a superior patient-centered outcome. this workshop will offer a pragmatic, yet scientifically based, assessment of surrogate measures of osseointegration to provide the conscientious clinician with a necessary perspective of what these measures actually tell us. More importantly, what these measures do not tell us will also be discussed.

Cone beam anatomy: Let's review What You May be Missing

Dr Dale A. Miles BA, DDS, MS, FRCD(C)

Sydney Convention Centre, Bayside Level 2 as dentists we use imaging every day in our office to help refine our clinical treatment decisions. now there's an amazing, low cost, effective "Ct" modality for dentistry. but do you understand it? this 3 hour anatomy review session will build your confidence for reviewing your cone beam data sets. Dr. Miles presents principles and applications of Dentistry's newest andmostadvancedimagingtechnology­ConeBeam"CT"(computed tomography). He reviews large and small volume anatomic structures in detail like you've never seen it before. Come see what you may have been missing. Objectives: this program will enable the dentist or auxiliary to: · Learnconebeamscananatomytohelpyouunderstand the images you take or receive · Visualizeanatomicaldetailin2Dand3D · UnderstandtheimportanceofreviewingALLofthe slice data

3 Full Day & 4 Half Day Workshops Please choose a maximum of 2 half days or 1 full day.

FULL DAY WORKSHOPS 9.00am ­ 4.30pm new Ultrasonic Implant Site Preparation for traditional technique and new Implant typology using Piezosurgery technique

Professor Tomaso Vercellotti MD, DDS

this workshop will introduce new concepts in implantology such as pre-surgical study, bone classification, new ultrasonic surgical techniques for the cortical and spongeous bone, as well as a new ultra osseointegration bone response. the new technique, that improves primary stability, will be presented in a "step by step" format with numerous clinical cases and application videos which will provide the opportunity to improve implant positioning in the presence of limited bone volume, close to the alveolar nerve and soft bone. Moreover, this presentation will highlight surgical and clinical advantages of the new procedure concerning immediate load in both edentulous crests and post-extractive implant cases. the histological and bio-molecular results of the study will introduce a "new era" of the immediate load technique involving a timereduction of the primary and secondary stability. The Demonstration this practical demonstration will present a forward-looking insight in aesthetic implantology and aesthetics in general. the aim is to obtain an excellent final result using a rational and structured method of correctly choosing ceramic masses in agreement with the motto: "back to basics using no show". We want to offer the participants a valuable guide to help them avoid wandering blindly into full-ceramic materials. Inevitably we voice the questions: which materials go where? Will they match what I am trying to do? We have a selection of tips and tricks to share in words, based on our experience. We will detail layering techniques for the new materials and base our opinions on current studies. We provide observations on how to design fullceramic restorations, drawing from our own experiences, which will spark the interest of both experienced and beginner ceramists in this new generation of full-ceramic restorations.

9.00am ­ 3.00pm

This workshop is restricted to 20 participants.

tooth out, What's next?

Dr Karl-Ludwig Ackerman DDS

ADA NSW Clinical Training Centre, Level 1, 71-73 Lithgow Street, St Leonards NSW 2065 Following atraumatic extraction, the alveolar ridge decreases in volume. Linde and co workers have demonstrated that this resorption takes place in a matter of weeks. these changes are clinically significant and can make placement of a conventional bridge or an implant-supported crown difficult. If a bone defect exists or if socket preservation is not employed then bone resorption can be as high as 30% after only 8 weeks and will prevent or complicate later surgery. In such cases a complicated bone block and soft tissue grafting procedure will be necessary to achieve success. Post extraction maintenance of the alveolar ridge stabilises residual ridge resorption and, thus, allows a lengthy time scale for placement of an implant which satisfies aesthetic and functional criteria. Practitioners skilled in these techniques are able to better plan and manage prospective implant and bridge reconstructions and avoid complicated referrals. Workshop through a unique mix of lecture, live surgery and delegate hands on this workshop will discuss and demonstrate the latest techniques for uncomplicated extraction, with and without the use of regenerative materials. Delegates will be shown, and will undertake an atraumatic extraction. treatment planning options plus the current rationale for use of new regenerative biomaterials will be discussed as it affects both intact sockets as well as those containing a bone defect. The course consists of: · 2HourclinicalLectureonhowtoextractthetoothandhow to insert the material. · Followedbya1hourlivedemoonapig'shead · Shortlyfollowedbya1-hourhands-onworkshoponapig's head so you can practice all the procedures just learnt...

excellence in Dental aesthetics:

Luc Rutten MDT & Patric Rutten MDT

Sydney Convention Centre, Bayside Level 2 Sit down, relax and listen to the rutten brothers and watch them do some hands-on individual layering of a central incisor, with VM7 or VM9 This workshop will consist of a half day lecture and a half day demonstration. The Lecture In this lecture we will show how to bring a case to perfection and will outline the contemporary prosthetic concepts in management of implants in the aesthetic zone with a view to achieving long term aesthetics and stability. We will attempt to cover all disciplines and all types of challenges in the most comprehensive way. the true challenge does not lie in ceramic layering, but bringing pink and white aesthetics into harmony with facial features of our patients. as of now, the principles of facial harmony dictate our work and have turned our aesthetic understanding completely around. We no longer exclusively concentrate on the aesthetics of individual teeth, but are more concerned with the harmony we create between restoration and patient. given these high demands, it is natural that the cooperation between dentist or periodontist and dental technician will intensify. an interdisciplinary approach is the key to optimal case management and this will be demonstrated by cases ranging single tooth management to complex multiple tooth restoration.


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register before 13 august and SaVe!

Fax: 02 9697 6250/Mail: Locked bag no. 5003 alexandria nSW 2015

The registration fee includes admission to all Symposium sessions and exhibits, daily coffee breaks, lunch and the Welcome reception Cocktail Party on the evening of 29th october 2010. Cancellations: Cancellations made in writing and received by Henry Schein Halas before 1 September 2010 will be refunded in full. Cancellations received on or after 1 September, 2010 but before the start of the Symposium will be charged a cancellation fee of aUS $200. no refunds will be made after the Symposium begins on 29 october 2010.

How to register

Complete the registration Form and mail or fax to nareida Mitchell at Henry Schein Halas, accompanied by credit card information, account Charge request, or a cheque for the full registration fee, made payable to Henry Schein Halas. the registraton fee must be paid in australian Dollars. Please make photocopies of the registration form, if you wish to register additional people.

Privileges Member before 13 Aug 2010 after 13 Aug 2010

Non Member before 13 Aug 2010 after 13 Aug 2010


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$1160 $880 $440 $2080 $1640


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$1250 $880 $440 $2180 $1750

Full day workshop only Half day workshop only 2 days of lectures and 1 full day of workshop/s 2 days of lectures and 1 half day workshop

$1860 $1420

$1970 $1530


Technicians, Hygienists & Therapists 2 day lectures only



*Please submit verification of student status with this registration form (Undergraduates only)

Workshop Options (PLEASE TICK)

Precision tooth Preparation for aesthetic restorations (aM) Cone beam anatomy: Let's review What You May be Missing (aM) Cone beam anatomy: Let's review What You May be Missing (PM) What Surrogates Measures of Osseointegration Really Matter? (PM)

name: address:

an efficient treatment Plan for Complete tooth Decay Management (PM) new Ultrasonic Implant Site Preparation for traditional technique (Full Day) tooth out, What's next? (Full Day) excellence in Dental aesthetics (Full Day)

(Mobile): p/code:

Phone (business):

Payment (PLeaSe tICk)

Cheque enclosed for $ Please charge my Henry Schein Halas account no. Credit Card: Visa Mastercard american express Card no:

name on Card: expiry Date: / / Signature: / / Sec. no: (Make payable to Henry Schein Halas)


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