Online Event | UAE Timezone (GST) 18-21 Nov 2021

13th Dental Facial Cosmetic Conference

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Teamwork in everyday practice: cosmetic /worn dentition /implant. A guided and predictable approach between the dentist and the dental technician.


Partial bonded restorations have become for the last fifteen years the most esthetic, biologic and biomechanic solution to restore dental defects and mimic nature.

At the same time materials, technic, concepts brought us all the solutions to offer contemporary dentistry to our patients.

Dental manufacturers offer awesome products. These need to fit with a precise methodology in order to propose solutions to the dentist and improve their daily life.

The aim of this presentation will be to suggest a simple way of working and thinking which can be resumed by these 3 keywords: simple, teachable and repeatable.

Laminate veneer would be presented as a versatile tool to solve cosmetic problems and worn dentition topics.

Both of these topics use the same philosophy (minimal invasive approaches), same bonded materials (CAD-CAM material, press material), same concept (visualisation, validation, navigation through the mockup) and same clinical procedure (prep design, temporisation, cementation).

Aesthetic dentistry becomes simple, digital and more than this accessible.

Treating tooth wear has increased over the last two decades. Nevertheless, the treatments involved have not been satisfactory to most patients, nor have they achieved the expected goal in some worn teeth scenarios.  New approaches have emerged to reconstruct full arches in a minimally invasive way. These new concepts constitute a revolution in dentistry and their application requires adapted technique and training to achieve optimal results.

The purpose of this session is to suggest a precise and reproducible method that simplifies the treatment of worn dentition. A wax-up and a mock-up are mostly used for designing aesthetic outcomes and then used as a guide (preparation through the mock-up or the wax up- apt for the preparation of anterior teeth). The technique can also be used on the posterior occlusal surfaces of the teeth. This will not only provide the exact new vertical dimension of the occlusion but also let the dentist use it as a guide for precisely controlling occlusal preparation simultaneously with buccal preparation

Guided implantology will be presented to highlight the purpose and extend the purpose.




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