Day 2 :
President of Egyptian society of oral implantology
Time : 10:00-10:30
Director Dental smile training and educational centrernPresident of Egyptian society of oral implantology Fellow of Seville university,SpainrnPrivate practice limited to dental implants Clinical advisor of Dooox GermanrnDental academy Board member of International group of oral rehabilitation,Francern
4D Concept and Immediate Implant PlacementrnAbstract:rnThe 4th additional axis of time is added to the traditional 3D axes which makes it different to identify the time of extraction and implant placement either immediate implant placement , early implant placement or delayed implant placement.rnThis review focus on each technique and the ideal choice of each technique in every casernIntroduction:rnImmediate implant placement after extraction has become a favored treatment protocol with many clinicians worldwide. There are many advantages to this protocol, amongst them; shortened treatment time, placement of the implant in sound bone that constitutes the socket wall, placement trajectory guidance by the socket and preservation of bone volume. This literature review describes the 4th dimension in implant placement which is the timing of placement after extraction which is a very important factor in immediate placement success rate.rnLearning objectives:rnAfter the presentation the audience shall understand:rn1- The 4th dimension in implant placementrn2- The proper way achieve an perfect immediate implantrn3- Decide whether to place or not to place the implant after extractionrn4- Manage the jumping gaprn5- The proper way to achieve the maximum esthetic outcome in immediate placement.
COURSE DIRECTOR EGYPTIAN SOCIETY OF DENTAL IMPLANT
Time : 10:30-11:00
Alexandria University Egypt. Diploma in implantology, sevilla university Spain.(2007) consultant in prosthodontics&implantology(2002)private practice limited to prosthodontics & implantology alexandria Egypt . Continuing dental implant course, royal college of surgeon, Edinburg 2005 .dental implants courses Seville university Spain 2006, 2007 .dental education programs ,new York university 2006 . speaker & consultant implantology courses alexandria dental syndicate 2008 ,speaker Egyptian association of dental implant 2009.speaker dgzi congress ,Damascus 2009.speaker Syrian dental association congress 2009,2010speaker Lebanese dental association congress Tripoli 2010 ,2013.speaker sevilla dental implantology congress 2010 .speaker Tanta university dental implant course 2013. Course director Egyptian society of dental implant since 2009.speaker several national & intentional events.
The introduction of osseointegrated implants in dentistry represents a turning point in dental practice.rnThe concept of immediate loading has recently become popular due to less trauma, reduced treatment time, high patient acceptance and better function and esthetics.rnA careful case selection, proper treatment plan, meticulous surgery and proper design of prosthesis are essential for optimal outcomes when this approach is adopted.
Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry, Istanbul, Turkey
Time : 11:00-11:30
H. A. Balcioglu, DDS, PhD, holds the position of Associate Professor in the Department of Anatomy at Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry. After receiving his dental degree from Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry, in 2001, Dr. Balcioglu worked as a Research Assistant in the department of Anatomy, for five years, and completed the PhD program, while he also worked in private dental practice. He took part in administrative activites associated with his roles as a faculty board member. He is currently a member of the Board of Medical Specialties Reporting System Commission (TUKMOS) of Turkish Ministry of Health. Dr. Balcioglu has lectured as an invited speaker in different symposiums, particularly about TMJ/TMD. His research interests relate primarily to TMJ/TMD, radiologic anatomy and anatomy education.
Intimate knowledge and understanding of the anatomical sciences is paramount in the safe and complete performance of pediatric dentistry. To achieve better results in dental procedures in children and to avoid complications during these procedures, it is essential to establish the location and course of the anatomical structures, particularly the anatomical variations, in the region. There is always a probability of the existence of an anatomical variation that may be developmental, congenital or acquired. Misdiagnosing or overlooking these kind of anatomical variations may lead to neurovascular complications during or after the procedures such as orthodontic corrections, regional anesthesia, implant placement and surgical correction of jaw deformities in children. Besides, knowledge of variational anatomy provides superiority in radiologic interpretation and oral rehabilitation. The training of pediatric dentistry should include a thorough understanding of how the anatomy lectures should be given. This presentation aims to discuss if enough value has been being put on the importance of anatomy in pediatric dentistry training, and if pediatric dentists’ performances rely on a sound anatomy knowledge. Additionally, the presentation will try to refer the audience think on what should be the limits of anatomy course and how should it be taught through the training of pediatric dentistry.