Bio-Emulation Colloquium
(17-18 сентября 2016 г.)

Программа мероприятия
Speakers

Edward A. McLaren, D.D.S., M.D.C. (moderator)
Panaghiotis Bazos
Stephane Browet
Pascal Magne DMD,
PHD Jungo Endo
R.D.T. Andrea Fabianelli
Sascha Hein
Michel Magne
David Gerdolle
Dr. Giancarlo Pongione
Leandro Pereira
Gianfranco Politano, DDM, MSC
August Bruguera
Thomas Stefan Sing
Javier Tapia-Guadix, DDS, CG Artist
Dr. Matthew A. Nejad
(guest speaker)
Richard A. Young, D.D.S.
(guest speaker)
Edward A. McLaren, D.D.S., M.D.C. (moderator)
EDWARD A. MCLAREN, D.D.S., M.D.C.
Dr. McLaren is a Prosthodontist, Professor and director of Post Graduate Esthetic Dentistry at the UCLA school of Dentistry. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor for the University of Oregon Dental School. He is the director of the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry, a full time didactic and clinical program for graduate dentists. He is also the founder and director of the UCLA Master Dental Ceramist program. The residency program is a full time master ceramist program for dental technicians featuring extensive experience with the newest esthetic restorative systems. Dr. McLaren maintains a private practice limited to prosthodontics and esthetic dentistry in which he does all of his own ceramics.

Dr. McLaren is actively involved in many areas of prosthodontic and materials research and has authored over 80 articles. He is performing ongoing clinical research on various restorative systems. He has presented numerous lectures, hands-on clinics and postgraduate courses on ceramics and esthetics across the nation and internationally. He recently published a book, on his ceramic techniques and features dental photographic art, entitled "The Art of Passion: Ceramics, Teeth, Faces, and Places."
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Pascal Magne DMD, PHD
Pascal Magne
Dr. Magne is the Don and Sybil Harrington Foundation Prof. of Esthetic Dentistry in the Division of Restorative Sciences, University of Southern California, Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry. He graduated from the University of Geneva Dental School, Switzerland (1989 DMD, 1992 MSc and 2002 PhD). He was a lecturer at the same university beginning in 1989 until 1997 (fixed prosthodontics and occlusion, operative dentistry and endodontics).

From 1997-1999, he was a Visiting Associate Prof. at the Minnesota Dental Research Center for Biomaterials and Biomechanics, University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry. From 1999-2004 he was a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Occlusion at the University of Geneva Dental School until he was recruited to the University of Southern California in 2004.

Dr. Magne is a recipient of multiple awards (Swiss Science Foundation, Swiss Foundation for Medical-Biological Grants, 2002 Young Investigator Award from the International Association for Dental Research, 2007 and 2009 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award of the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry). He is also the author of numerous articles on esthetics and adhesive dentistry and is an internationally known mentor and lecturer. Dr. Magne authored the book Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition - A Biomimetic Approach which has been translated into twelve languages.

He is a founding member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and a mentor of the Bio-Emulation think-tank group. In 2012, he launched a revolutionary approach to the teaching of Dental Morphology, Function and Esthetics (the 2D/3D/4D approach) for freshman students at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC.
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Panaghiotis Bazos
Panaghiotis Bazos
"The Spectrum and Applications of Cross-Polarized Imaging"

Lecture Abstract: Over the last decade there has been profound interest in newer photographic illumination techniques aimed at increasing the accuracy and objectivity of dental diagnostic ability, shade evaluation and laboratory communication.

In order to minimize the user-dependent error in clinical practice, it is necessary to develop reproducible imaging modalities and objective image analysis methods. Reflective cross polarized light photography mitigates unwanted specular reflections and hot spots in addition to spectral highlights which obscure the fine details of hard and soft dental structures, whilst providing a high contrast / hyper-saturated dental image to be objectively analyzed. This imaging technique, which is non contact and non invasive is used to enhance the visibility when assessing dental images and has many translation applications.

Main Objectives:
•Distinction between reflective and transmissive cross polarizing imaging modalities.
•Expand upon the spectrum of applications of cross polarization.
•Understand the direct benefits of cross polarization imaging in the clinical and technical realms.

Brief CV:

Dr. Bazos received his DDS from the University of Southern California School of Dentistry in 2000. He served as an Assistant Professor at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, Division of Primary Oral Health, Los Angeles, CA. from 2005-2007, mentoring undergraduate dental students in the disiplines of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry. Upon returning to Europe, he maintained a private practice limited to esthetic and restorative dentistry in Athens, Greece. Currently he is completeting his postgraduate degree in Orthodonics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Stephane Browet
Stephane Browet
"Cracks, the new threat or just old sores?"

Bio-mechanical considerations of crack prevention and restoration of posterior teeth.

Abstract:

The "molar lifecycle" or the "Circle of Death" whereby a small filling can eventually lead to loss of vitality or even extraction of a tooth is well known. Nevertheless, a clear strategy and guidelines on how to prevent this dramatic scenario to develop has not been proposed. Thorough understanding of the bio-mechanical behavior of teeth, both sound and restored, on a macro- and micro-level will allow us to come forward with effective measures to save teeth and be less aggressive in our treatment proposals. A pro-active approach will be proposed, both for vital and non-vital teeth. The importance of early diagnosis, healthy strategy, effective isolation and skillful execution will be evident in this presentation.

Both the direct and indirect approach to cuspal coverage will be dealt with. Numerous issues will be addressed: Immediate dentin sealing, deep marginal elevation, cavity design, luting. How to communicate with patients when dealing with cracks is the juicy cherry on the cake.

Learning Objectives:
•Understand crack initiation and act with preventive measures to prevent crack progression.
•Early diagnosis of different types of cracks.
•Material choice guidelines.
•General cavity design guidelines.
•Cuspal coverage or not? Clear protocol and guidelines.
•Communicate openly with the patient.

Bio

Stephane Browet was born in 1972 in Asse, Belgium. He finished dental school at the Free University of Brussels in 1995. He there then followed a Post Graduate program in Aesthetic Dentistry.

From 1999 on he teaches rubberdam techniques and adhesive dentistry.

From 2002 till 2005 he was active in the Scientific Board Conservative Dentistry at the Institute for Continued Education of the Society of Flemisch Dentists.

He also is a past board member of the Belgian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Past board member and member of the Academy of Microscope Dentistry. Member of the European Society of Microscope Dentistry. Certified Trainer at the GC Training Center, Leuven, Belgium.

Nationally and internationally teaching rubberdam isolation, microscope dentistry, posterior composites, anterior composites, restorative and prosthetic dentistry. Active member of the Bio-Emulation Group.
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August Bruguera
August Bruguera
"A New Perspective in Ceramic Restaurations"

Facing an esthetic rehabilitation has never been easy. First feeling is very similar to the one a writer has in front of a blank sheet of paper. Having a protocol and well defined steps will be determinant to carry out the work. In this lecture we will try to split those protocols in small steps that followed one after the other will lead us to final success. We will pay extra attention to the materials to be used for the rehabilitation. Function and aesthetics are the main parameters that will guide our choice, but the question we will try to answer is "Do these two parameters concur in one simple material?" We know in advance that an all-purpose material doesn\'t exist, so we will have to choose one in each case to satisfy both requirements.

Bio

August Bruguera trained as a dental technician and received further training at private dental laboratories in various European countries. He is a honorary member of ACADEN. He is the author of various specialist articles, which have appeared in international magazines. He also gives lectures at international meetings and congresses.

In addition, he is a member of the editorial board of "Dental Dialogue" (Spanish issue) as well as of the magazine "Estética". Moreover, he is the author of the textbook "Shades - a world of colours" and "invisible, restaurciones cerámicas" (with Dr. Sidney Kina).

Between 1999 and 2002, August Bruguera worked at the University of Barcelona as a professor in the postgraduate program of Dr. Tomás Escuin. In 2003, he received the "Bisturi de oro" award.

August Bruguera is owner of the "August Bruguera laboratory" and runs the Dental Traning Center Barcelona where himself and invited outstanding lecturers conduct courses.
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David Gerdolle
David Gerolle
"Between science and common sense: the details that make the difference for indirect bonded restorations"

Abstract

Adhesive dentistry has fundamentally altered and literally transformed our field toward significantly longer-lasting and more esthetic dental restorations ; Not only because the restorations itself are performing well, but mostly because more dental tissues has been preserved. The Bio-Emulation group’s philosophy is to observe, preserve and conserve. Re-creating the anatomical form and optical features of the intact tooth ever remains an arduous and challenging task and at times elusive one, both within the clinical and technical dental realms.

Regarding bonded indirect restorations, protocols are actually well standardized and the literature demonstrates similar or even better success rates than conventional cemented restorations over 15Y follow up.

The aim of this presentation is thus to focus on both anterior and posterior daily situations, when decayed, broken or worn teeth have to be restored. A very special care will be dedicated on the basic concepts developpment, that is to say on the fundamental aspects of the preparation and of the cementation procedures (isolating, using the operative microscope, cleaning the decayed tissue, bonding efficiently to various substrates, etc). Clinical aspects will be also correlated to SEM investigations, in an attempt to understand further, what is really happening beyond the macro clinical vision...

Bio

David Gerdolle was born in Epinal (France) in May 1970, and graduated from the Dental Faculty of Nancy in 1993. He has then achieved a number of PGs on Oral and Osteo-articular Biology, Prosthodontics and Adhesive Dentistry.

David has been member of the teaching staff of the University of Nancy between 1993 and 2005, and he is running a private practice in Vevey-Montreux (CH) since 2006. His practice is dedicated to conservative and minimal invasive dentistry.

David is involved in postgraduate dental teaching at the University of Paris (F), as well as in research programs on resin composites in the University of Nancy.

He is lecturing in seminars and congresses, giving hands-on courses and performing live case demonstrations in the field of adhesive dentistry and indirect restorations in particular.

As author or co-author, David has published widely in scientific national and international journals on this topic.
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Jungo Endo R.D.T.
Jungo Endo
"Management of Gingival Ceramics: Creating a Balance between Implant Restoration and Nature"

Traditionally an unaesthetic outcome for partially and edentulous patients with implant rehabilitations was created due to the excessive use of tooth colored ceramics and a limited utilization of soft-tissue colors. Using both tooth and soft tissue colored ceramics allows for a more desirable esthetic outcome by creating a mirror of preexisting soft and hard tissue that was previously there. This type of treatment takes into account lip support and loss of biological tissues as well. Today, patients\' high esthetic demands require us to push the envelope of desire to recreate periodontal tissues and teeth once lost, in turn, giving restorations a more natural look with proper esthetic contours. In this lecture, Jungo Endo RDT will explain to you what possible problems may present in highly esthetic demanding cases and how to solve them.

Bio

Jungo Endo, R.D.T. is dental technician born and raised in Japan. He graduated from the Yamagata Dental Technical School in 1995. Upon completing his studies at Yamagata Dental Technician School, he went on to complete a post-graduate master ceramics course at the Osaka Ceramic Training Center from 1998 to 1999. There, he studied under Mr. Shigeo Kataoka, a renowned author of Nature\'s Morphology (Quintessence). Mr. Endo received the prestigious Shigeo Kataoka Award upon his matriculation in 1999. At the culmination of his studies in Japan, Mr. Endo worked in a private lab in Los Angeles (UCLA) in 2005 as a master ceramist and co-instructor of UCLA Advanced Prosthodontics Laboratory Training Program.

He specializes in ceramics on highly esthetic implant supported restorations.

Mr. Endo is a renowned lecturer both nationally and globally on esthetics of complex implant-supported restorations.

In October 2012, he owned Jungo Endo Dental Studio in Santa Monica, California. In 2013, Mr. Willi Geller selected Jungo Endo to be a member of Oral Design. In 2014, became a member of Bio-Emulation
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Andrea Fabianelli
Andrea Fabianelli
"No post no crown strategy on restorative dentistry"

The traditional approach to restore a heavily damaged tooth is comprised of endo treatment, placement of a post and finally a crown in order to prevent fractures and guarantee long survival. For sure, crowns actually are a validated prosthetic approach supported by years of clinical scenarios. However, the arrival of new materials and new protocols, even in a short period, allow to speculate about new techniques, less aggressive and more conservative. This minimal invasive approach suggest the review of some dogmas but with awareness that clinical trials are needed for proper validation.

Bio

Dr. Andrea Fabianelli is Master of Science in Dental Materials and PhD in Dental Materials.

During the last 20 years he was enrolled in the University of Siena, Faculty of Dentistry as Visiting Professor of Dental Materials, School of Dental Hygienist, Visiting Professor of Dental Materials, Visiting Professor of Operative Dentistry, Professor of Basic Principles of Dentistry, Professor of Restorative I.

From 2007 till 2009 he was Researcher of Dental Materials, School of Dentistry, University of Siena, Italy.

Actually he is Visiting Lecturer, in Sheffield University, Genova University and in Brescia University.

He is Teacher in Prosthodontics in several master course.

Dr Fabianelli is member of International Association for Dental Research, Academy of Operative Dentistry, Academy of R.V. Tucker Gold Inlay Study Club, founder member of Italian CAD-CAM Academy, Massironi Study Club in Prosthodontic, and proud member of Bio-Emulation Group.

He is author of several articles on restorative dentistry.

Author of the books "La protesi fissa con margini di chiusura verticali" and "La Protesi Implantare" Elsevier Publishing and author of PhD textbook "A STUDY INTO THE SIGNIFICANCE OF TRACING MICROLEAKAGE BY COLOR DIE INFILTRATION".
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Sascha Hein
Sascha Hein
"Bio-Emulation: Science meets art"

To emulate nature as closely as possible has always been at the core of human desire. It has formed the foundation for many cultural and artistic developments. Modern dental technology also perpetually strives for individual aesthetic perfection. However the consistent and precise reproduction of the shade of natural teeth still presents us with an unchanged challenge - despite the immense academic and scientific efforts of the last twenty years. I would like to share my practical experience as well as the results of my many years of research and investigations with you - from the shade taking process, to dental photography, to the practical realisation. Both, the demystification as well as the recognition of established ideas is necessary to foster personal development and growth, to produce consistent results in the every day of a busy dental laboratory. Join me on this creative adventure in search of nature and origin!

Bio

Sascha Hein commenced his training in dental technology in Germany where he graduated in 1997. He then subsequently worked in a number of dental laboratories in Europe and the United Arab Emirates. In 2001 he completed further studies in dental ceramics under Masahiro Kuwata in Tokyo, Japan. In 2004/05 he attended Master School in Freiburg, Germany where he graduated top of school and won silver in the annual Kanter Award Competition which premiers Germanys top three Master School students. In 2007 Sascha Hein was inducted into the international Oral Design group by founder Willi Geller. Since 2011 he serves as editorial board member of the German Quintessence of Dental Technology. In 2012 he was inducted into the Bio-Emulation group, under which he conducted independent research, which lead to the development of the visual_eyes liquid and the fluor_eyes flash system for fluorescent dental photography.

He lectures internationally and has authored numerous publications, including the 2009 and 2011 QDT Yearbook. After spending twelve years in Perth Western Australia, Sascha Hein returned to his hometown in southern Germany in 2013 where he now lives and works.
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Michel Magne
Michel Magne
"Choosing between full buccal ceramic coverage versus partial coverage ceramic veneer restorations"

In a historical pendulum, an oversimplified version of the so-called "no prep" approach has resurfaced.

Cases presented could be easily considered by many as "no prep" veneer cases. Moderate tooth preparations guided by natural morphology are used instead, with a great benefit on the final outcome.

While it is widely accepted that a minimally-invasive restorative approach should be favored, a certain controversy exists regarding strictly noninvasive approaches.

The purpose of this presentation is to re-emphasize the concept of guided tooth preparations based on natural tooth morphology, given by a wax-up and a mockup, and a customized and sensible approach to indirect ceramic veneer tooth preparations.

Bio

Michel Magne is born in la Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland ) in 1958. He grew up and followed his primary education in Neuchâtel, where he certified as Dental Technician in 1979. He developed his technical education in fixed prosthodontics (ceramics) and esthetics until today. Between 1985 and 1991, he was consecutively directing two dental laboratories as Master Ceramist and he specialized in implant-supported work, complex oral rehabilitation and bonded porcelain restorations. In 1992 he was appointed as a Oral Design member. From 1992 to 2004, he has been the owner and director of Oral Design Center, Dental Laboratory in Montreux (Switzerland). In January 2005, he became Associate Professor of Clinical Dentistry and Director of the Center of Dental Technology at the University of Southern California (USC, Los Angeles). Since January 2009 he is President and Director of 901 Michel Magne, Dental Laboratory and Dental Education in Los Angeles, (USA).

He is visiting Faculty on several Universities and leading teaching Academies worldwide as well as he is in charge of numbers of esthetic courses and postgraduate education. He is author and co-author of articles on esthetic dentistry and is worldwide frequently invited to lecture and teach on these topics.
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Leandro Pereira
Leandro Pereira
"Bio-Emulation with Composite Resins: Histo-Anatomic Layering and Nature-Driven Morphology"

Guided by the nature\'s histo-anatomical database, one can try to faithfully emulate the optical characteristics of anterior and posterior teeth. God\'s creation serves to show us how to properly model and sculpt internal and external structures. During this lecture, the attendees will be taken through a journey that attempts to illustrate proper techniques for layering, contouring and polishing composite restorations.

Bio

Dr. Leandro Pereira received his DDS from the Brazilian Federal University of Maranhão School of Dentistry in 2009, subsequently completing his post graduate specialty degree in Prosthodontics in 2013.

Currently he is in a full time private practice in São Luís, with particular clinical emphasis in the adhesive rehabilitation techniques and implant based restorative dentistry. Concurrently he is involved in the postgraduate dental teaching at the Specialization Course of Prosthodontics with the Syndicate of Dental Surgeons in partnership with FACSETE.

He is a member of the Bio-Emulation™ Group since 2011.
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Gianfranco Politano, DDM, MSC
Gianfranco Politano
"From Tri_laminar technique to Parametric preparation : the Bio-Emulation approach to treat posterior teeth"

When I work in posterior region, the order of the problem is completely inverted compared to anterior.

We will analyze all the factors to build a correct biomechanics adhesive therapy in posteriors, using the Bio-Emulation "way to think"

Bio

Gianfranco was born in 1971 in Crotone, Italy. He finished dental school at Modena University, in the north of Italy.

Active member of S.I.D.O.C. : Italian Society of Conservative Dentistry. Active member of "warm gutta-percha study club"

Founder member of Bio-Emulation Group with Dr. P. Bazos and Dr. J.T. Guadix.

He is a visiting professor in several national and international University. Gianfranco lives and works in Rome, in "studio Calesini - Roma". He focused on adhesive restorative dentistry and endodontic. He is an international lecturer and he published several articles in restorative dentistry.
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Dr. Giancarlo Pongione
Giancarlo Pongione
"Minimally Invasive Restorations"

The development of adhesive restorative techniques has radically changed our treatments. Thanks to these improvements today we can restore teeth with minimum sacrifice of good dental structure using direct composite, indirect ceramic and composite and veneers. For the restoration of little fractures of the enamel the best choice will be the direct technique but when we need to change the shape, the occlusion or to restore all the anterior teeth, the indirect solution is the best. Also with indirect the new approach is to maintain the maximum of good dental structure because it has been shown that the percentage of success is higher when the enamel is preserved during the preparation. The aim of this presentation is to show all the new techniques available for the restoration of natural teeth and implants using a "Minimally Invasive Approach".

Bio

Doctor of Dental Medicine march 1991 - University "Tor Vergata" Rome (Italy).

Phd "Biocompatibility of dental materials" University of Siena (Italy)
Past Visiting Professor at the University of Rome "La Sapienza"

Active member of the Italian Society of Endodontics (SIE)
Certificate member of the European Society of Endodontology (ESE)
Active member of the "Italian Accademy of microscopic dentistry" (AIOM)

Active member of Italian society of restorative dentistry(SIDOC)

Author of over 90 pubblications on the theme of Aesthetic restorations and Endodontics.
Speaker at numerous national and international congresses.

Member of "Bio-emulation" group.
Private practice in Naples and Rome (Italy) specializing in "Aesthetic adhesive restorations" and "Endodontics".
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Thomas Stefan Sing
Thomas Stefan Sing
"layers of creation - the art behind the smile"

Producing esthetic and functional ceramic restorations is all about inspiration, motivation, emotion and passion. With his unique perspective of the essential facets of ceramic art and technology, Mr. Sing will demonstrate the use of current materials and laboratory techniques on hand of single anterior cases, extended partially edentulous reconstructions, and complex full-arch implant supported prostheses. In this all-encompassing presentation of \'reallife\' dental technology, not only will cases be illustrated that work out optimally, but also some that did not. Discussion points will focus on technical and artistic details that are important for the technologist to consider and on others that are not essential.

Course Objectives:

1.Illustrate technical and artistic components for the design of esthetic restorations.
2.Outline the use of various ceramics to obtain the best possible results.
3.Differentiate between important and \'worthless\' details in manufacture of esthetic prostheses.

Bio

Thomas Sing is a German master lab trained dental technician that is specialized in esthetic ceramic anterior work. He founded his laboratory "Oral Design Thomas Stefan Sing" in 2012 in Boston Massachusettes. Thomas is a Visiting Lecturer teaching at the "Postdoctoral Program for Prosthodontics" at Tuffs University School of Dental Medicine, Boston, USA. He is a member of the Oral Design International Foundation as well as the Bio-Emulation Group.
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Javier Tapia-Guadix, DDS, CG Artist
Javier Tapia-Guadix, DDS, CG Artist
"Emulation of anterior teeth aging with composite resin: challenges and feasibility"

The Bio-Emulation approach as written in structural analysis and visual synthesis defined the new bases to consider for replication of natural tooth structures with composite resin.

The penta_laminar technique represents the ultimate implementation of this philosophy, with extraordinary results that resemble natural teeth in an extremely precise way. However, feasibility of this technique is compromised by it\'s intrinsic complexity, not accesible to all clinical conditions. By analyzing the key factors of natural structure\'s aging process and applying this knowledge to the material selection, it is possible to simplify techniques to make them approachable in all situations.

From a bi-laminar technique to the penta_laminar technique we can learn to adapt our work in order to optimize the clinical outcome achieving cost-effective treatments to cover our patients needs and expectations.

Bio

Javier Tapia Guadix was born in 1978 in Madrid, Spain. He finished dental school at the European University of Madrid in 2003. Working then as associate professor in the prosthetics department during 2004.

In 2005 he started his career as professional computer graphics artist, focused on illustration, animation and application development. He founded the company Juice - Dental Media Design for this purpose. He received the Collegiate Merit Award by the Spanish College of Dentists from the 1st Region in 2005, for his collaboration in the commission of new technologies.

In 2011 he founded together with Panaghiotis Bazos and Gianfranco Politano the Bio-Emulation Group.

He actively collaborates with several universities across Europe and is member of GC Restorative Advisory Board. Javier works in his private practice in Madrid, focused on restorative dentistry and esthetics. He is an international lecturer with participation in numerous congress, hands-on courses and live courses. He published several articles in restorative dentistry, dental photography and computers in dentistry.
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Matthew Nejad, D.D.S. (guest speaker)
Matthew Nejad, D.D.S
Adhesive restoration success is dependent on the management of stresses and bonds (the adhesive equation) with the goal being to maximize bond strength and minimize stresses. A new model for evaluation and comparison of shrinkage stress will be presented. Findings from this model help compare the effectiveness of various techniques and materials in reducing shrinkage stress. This readily reproducible model will aid in further testing and evaluation of new techniques and materials.

Bio

Dr. Matthew A. Nejad is a graduate of the acclaimed University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He is a leader in biomimetic and esthetic dentistry, having received advanced training and ongoing mentorship from the world-renowned Dr. Pascal Magne. He splits his time between private practice, clinical instructor at the University of Southern California school of Dentistry, and providing continued education training www.BiomimeticDentistryCE.com. He is currently conducting research on dental materials and adhesive dentistry with an emphasis on Biomimetic Dentistry.
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Richard A. Young, D.D.S. (guest speaker)
Richrd A. Young, D.D.S
"Tooth Structure: Nature\'s Best Restorative Material (Use It, don\'t Lose It!)"

Dr. Young presents a unique perspective on tooth preserving dentistry. In 1986 Dr. Young and his wife, Dr. Julie-Ann Zerne, were looking for a seminar in Hawaii and found Fifth Quarter Seminars, started by Dr. Ray Bertolotti. This seminar marked their introduction to the "Total-Etch" technique & adhesion dentistry and changed the way they practiced for the rest of their careers, as well as starting a friendship that exists to this day. The "Total-Etch" technique was developed by Dr. Fusayama of Tokyo Medical & Dental University in 1978 and was presented by Dr. Bertolotti. After that course, they started practicing adhesive dentistry and never looked back. In 1989, at the ADA annual convention, they were among the few clinicians to personally hear Dr. Fusayama\'s lecture. Dr. Young says, "I was very lucky in that early on I heard the right people, believed in what they were telling us, and trusted the teaching. How was I to know at that time that the bonding techniques and technology that we started out with would end up being one of today’s gold standards(?)"

He will review, in a real world "wet fingered" dentist\'s way, some of the techniques, materials, and key research, and give an introduction of how to perform advanced adhesion dentistry simply in your office on a daily basis. With the advanced adhesion techniques available today, supported by an overwhelming amount of published science, it is now possible to mimic the bond strength of the DEJ with certain techniques and materials.

Objectives:
•Natures best restorative material, enamel and dentin. Learn how to use it not loose it.
•Learn the technique for IDS (Immediate Dentin Sealing), "the most important advancement in adhesion dentistry."
•Learn how to create low stress-high bond strength composites. Hint: it\'s all in how you place it.
•Learn how to use nature\'s best restorative in anterior traumatic cases.
•Learn how to preserve & repair geriatric dentition with advanced adhesion techniques.

Bio

Dr.Young is an Assistant Professor of Restorative Dentistry at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry where he directs as well as lectures in the undergraduate dental aesthetics program. His interest in dental photography and adhesive dentistry spans the last 31 years and he is recognized world wide for his expertise in digital photography. His innovative and practical methods have inspired countless colleagues to adopt digital photography in their practices. Dr. Young also lectures on Minimally Invasive, Advanced Adhesion Dentistry, bringing a 30 year clinical perspective to the subject. Dr. Young maintains a private practice with his wife focusing on esthetic dentistry.




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  • Организатор: DR
  • Дата проведения: 17-18 сентября 2016 г.
  • Тип мероприятия: Коллоквиум
  • Специализация: Междисциплинарный
  • Место проведения: США, Лос-Анджелес, 100 Terranea Way Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275, Terranea Resort
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