Alpha-Bio Tec Virtual Immediacy Symposium 2020

Maximize on Immediacy

Practical Knowledge to Grow Your Practice
in Challenging Times

November 17-18, 2020

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About the Event

Join us online at the Alpha-Bio Tec. Virtual Immediacy Symposium on November 17-18, 2020 as we host leading experts in the dental implant industry and examine the latest remarkable advancements in dental implant therapy, specifically immediacy, over the last decade!

This virtual event will be covering the latest tips and tricks on taking immediacy to the next level. Hear from leading global practitioners about recent developments in dental technology, observe live surgical sessions, and participate in informative Q&As!

This is the innovative event you do not want to miss. You have the opportunity to learn how to implement an immediate approach in the dental implant industry to help increase your practice efficiency!

*This Multilingual Virtual Event is available in English, Spanish, and Russian

Meet Our Speakers

Dr. Isabella Rocchietta
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Dr. Isabella Rocchietta

Specialist in periodontology and implant dentistry. Researcher and clinical associate in numerous Universities.

Dr. Isabella Rocchietta
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Dr. Isabella Rocchietta

Specialist in periodontology and implant dentistry. Researcher and clinical associate in numerous Universities.

Dr. Rocchietta graduated in dentistry from the University of Milan, Italy in 2002, and was awarded a one year scholarship from the Department of Medicine. She served as a Research Fellow in the Department of Periodontology, Harvard School of Dental Medicine and as a Fellow and instructor at the Department of Periodontology, University of Milan and a Research consultant for the Institute for Dental Research and Education (IDRE) until 2011. She was the Chairman of the EAO Junior Committee from 2007 to 2011 and a Member of the Experts council of the Osteology Foundation. She is currently affiliated with the Department of Biomaterials, Institute for Clinical Sciences, The Sahlgrenska Academy at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden and performs clinical therapies limited to periodontics and implant dentistry in London, U.K. She is the author of several peer reviewed publications and book chapters, and her chief area of interest includes bone regeneration, tissue engineering, soft and hard tissue neo-formation with autogenous living cells, osseointegration and implant surface modifications.

Dr. Iñaki-Gamborena-final
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Dr. Iñaki Gamborena

Esthetic dentistry expert, professor at various Universities worldwide.

Dr. Iñaki-Gamborena-final
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Dr. Iñaki Gamborena

Esthetic dentistry expert, professor at various Universities worldwide.

Dr. Gamborena graduated in Dentistry at the University Odontológica Dominicana, UOD in 1989. Dr. Gamborena holds numerous  certificates in he field of dentistry:

- Certificate in Occlusion and Temporo-Mandibular Disorders from the Mexican Association of Occlusal Reconstruction in México City 1989-90.
- Certificate in Restorative Dentistry from Autonoma of Nuevo León University,  Monterey, México, 1990-92.
- Certificate in Prosthodontics & Master of Science in Dentistry. University of Washington, Seattle (USA), 1993-96 where he was awarded with the Bolender Contest Award for clinical and academic excellence.
- Certificate in Oral & Craniofacial Implant Fellowship Program. University of Texas, Houston (USA), 1996-97

Dr. Gamborena is an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry, University of Washington Dental School, Seattle, Washington since 2001. In addition, he is Assistant Professor at the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia, PA since 2007 and is the Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Periodontics, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA since 2009. He is Editor in Chief of Quintessence Técnica Journal (Spanish version), and is an active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, since 2002. Ad well as a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, since 2011. He is the Founder member of “the Ponti Group”, Chicago 2012 and is the author of the book “EVOLUTION: Contemporary Protocols for Anterior Single Tooth Implants” I. Gamborena/ M. B. Blatz by Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, 2014.

Dr. Gamborena is the Inventor of the “slim temporary abutment concept: maximizing space for soft tissue growth” Nobel Biocare, November 2014. He Maintains a private practice in San Sebastian, Spain, dedicated to Aesthetics, Restorative Dentistry and Implants.

Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni
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Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni

Specialist, speaker and researcher in Guided surgery and Prosthodontics. Professor at University of Genoa.

Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni
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Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni

Specialist, speaker and researcher in Guided surgery and Prosthodontics. Professor at University of Genoa.

Born in Bologna in 1971, Dr. Ciabattoni enrolled in Medicine at the University of Ferrara in 1991. He graduated in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics at the University of Florence. Dr. Ciabattoni has attended numerous courses in Sweden at the Branemark Clinic and worked with Prof. Stefan Lundgren of the University of Umea - Sweden and Dr. Eric Van Dooren Antwerp-Belgium and dr. Mauro Fradeani.

He is participating in various studies on immediate function, guided surgery and post-extraction systems and lectures on these topics locally in Italy and for global events. He is a Professor for the Computer Assisted Implant and Prosthetics Masters degree at the University of Genoa.

He is the author of the book Digital Implantology, edit Quintessenza Int. translated into many languages and is is the co-author of the book Fundamentals of Esthetic Implant Dentistry, edit Wiley.

Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni owns a private practice in Faenza that specializes in oral surgery and implantology and prosthododntics.

New Project
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Dr. Alessandro Acocella, DDS, PhD

Oral surgeon and implantologist, former Clinical Research Associate at University of Florence.

New Project
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Dr. Alessandro Acocella, DDS, PhD

Oral surgeon and implantologist, former Clinical Research Associate at University of Florence.

Dr. Alessandro Acocella qualified in dentistry from the University of Florence in 1999 (cum laude). In 2003 he specialized in Oral Surgery (cum laude) at the University of Florence.
From 2007 to 2010 he worked as a Clinical Research Associate in the Oral and Maxillofacial department at the University of Florence. During these years he was involved in teaching several Implant Dentistry courses as Assisting Professor.

Between 2010 and 2012 he coordinated a private course in Guided Implant Surgery (Nobel Guide). In 2013 he was awarded successfully his PhD, defending a research project on: “Histological and histomorphometric analysis of autologous vs homologues bone blocks used in implant dentistry”.

Since 2013, Dr. Acocella has been working as an oral surgeon and implantologist in his private practice. He is a member of the Società Italiana di Osteointegrazione (SIO), the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO), and the Computer Aided Implantology (CAI) Academy. Dr. Acocella is the author of several publications in peer-review journals. His research interests include implant dentistry, bone augmentation and hard tissue healing.

Dr. Attila Bodrogi
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Dr. Attila Bodrogi, DDS

Expert, speaker and author on esthetic dentistry and implantology.

Dr. Attila Bodrogi
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Dr. Attila Bodrogi, DDS

Expert, speaker and author on esthetic dentistry and implantology.

After graduating the Dental Faculty of Semmelweis University of Medicine, Hungary in 1992, summa cum laude, Dr. Bodrogi established his own private practice in downtown Budapest, Hungary. He has been specializing in esthetic dentistry since 2001. Dr. Bodrogi’s main focus is on comprehensive procedures. He attended the Dawson Academy in Florida, started dealing with implantology in 1996, and obtained his implant diploma in 2008 after completing the Master Program in Implant Dentistry at UCLA, Los Angeles, California.

Committed to sharing his practical and theoretical experience, he was a lecturer at the University of Szeged between 2008-2010, published professional papers on esthetic and implant dentistry, and frequently speaks at international events around the world.

In 2014, Dr. Bodrogi established his own training center – The Bodrogi Institute for Advanced Dentistry - in Budapest, where he lectures and provides live case demonstrations on dental photography, esthetic and implant dentistry to colleagues from all over the world. Dr. Bodrogi is a member of DentalXP Expert Presenter, recognized by Team Atlanta, and a member of International Aesthetic Masters.

Dr.Alberto-Salgado
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Dr. Alberto Salgado, DDS, OS

Chairman Professor at the University Francisco de Vitoria Madrid, Guest Professor Master in numerous Universities.

Dr.Alberto-Salgado
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Dr. Alberto Salgado, DDS, OS

Chairman Professor at the University Francisco de Vitoria Madrid, Guest Professor Master in numerous Universities.

Dr. Salgado has a Master of Surgery from the University Complutense of Madrid and a Master of Implants from the University Complutense of Madrid. He has been awarded the Best Academic Award from the University Complutense of Madrid. He completed the Implant Course in New York University.
Dr. Salgado is the Chairman Professor of the Specialist Course in Advanced Surgery and Regeneration at the University Francisco de Vitoria Madrid and is a Guest Professor Master in More than 10 universities. He has given more than 150 National and International Conferences and is a Member of Piezosurgery Academy as well as a Chair of Congress Scientific Report European Academy for Osseointegration.
Dr. Salgado is a Member of Communication Committee of European Association for Osseointegration a Member of American Academy of Osseointegration. He is part of Group Aula Dental Avanzada and is the Author and coauthor of several publications and posters in international congress of implant dentistry.

Prof. Samer-Srouji
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Prof. Samer Srouji, DMD, PhD

Head of the Oral and Maxillofacial Department, Head of Basic Research Lab, GMC Israel. Member of AOCMF Faculty.

Prof. Samer-Srouji
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Prof. Samer Srouji, DMD, PhD

Head of the Oral and Maxillofacial Department, Head of Basic Research Lab, GMC Israel. Member of AOCMF Faculty.

Prof. Samer Srouji is qualified with both a DMD and Ph.D. He is the Head of the Oral and Maxillofacial Department at Galilee Medical Center, Nahariya, Israel. Prof. Samer Srouju is an experienced clinician and an accredited professional with a well-established reputation as part of the AOCMF Faculty. He is in charge of the Maxillofacial Reconstruction Surgery, the Endoscopic Surgery and the Facial Malformation Treament Departments. He is involved in conducting several clinical researches in the maxillofacial surgery field as well as clinical trials involving bone regeneration. In addition to his clinical duties, he is an Associate Professor at the Galilee Medical Faculty (Bar-Ilan University) and the Head of Basic Research Lab (Musculoskeletal Bioengineering Laboratory) where he supervises MSc and PhD students in the field of tissue engineering.

Prof. Samer Srouji introduced the New Technique of TMJ Arthroscopy, the O.S.C.A technique (Operative Single Cannula Arthroscopy) including the development of special equipment and instruments for minimal Invasive TMJ Arthroscopy.

Prof. Samer Srouji setup a 3D Point-of-Care at the OMS Department, 3D Printing and 3D Designing. He has conducted collaborative international and national research. He has over 50 publications in peer reviewed international journals, with emphasis on bone tissue regeneration, stem cells, maxillofacial trauma & reconstruction surgery, endoscopic surgery, especially TMJ arthroscopy. He presented his works in national and international meetings and in invited lectures.

Dr.-Fares-Kablan
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Dr. Fares Kablan, DMD, OMFS

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, author of new methods on tissue grafting and nerve transposition.

Dr.-Fares-Kablan
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Dr. Fares Kablan, DMD, OMFS

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, author of new methods on tissue grafting and nerve transposition.

Dr. Kablan is a senior consultant at the Oral and Maxillofacial Department at the Galilee Medical Center, Israel. He has over 25 years of work experience in Israel. He completed his BSc. and DMD at Tel Aviv University, and studied Medicine at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Dr Kablan completed his Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Program at the Maxillofacial Department at the Baruch Pade Medical Center, Poria. His Current clinical practice is focused on Nerve-Transposition, Anodontia- associated patients, Facial Esthetics and Facial Trauma, Implants and Bone Grafting surgery, Orthognatic and Corrective jaws surgery.

Dr. Kablan developed new methods and techniques on hard and soft tissue grafting and nerve transposition that were introduced as Clinical Innovations at the Academy of Osseointegration in the US. Dr. Kablan is the first surgeon to describe and use the free fat tissue from the BFP in the oral cavity that was introduced as a clinical innovation at the annual meeting of the academy of osseointegration in the US at 2011.

scientific moderator
Dr. Yaniv Mayer-1
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Dr. Yaniv Mayer

President of Israeli Society of Periodontology

Dr. Yaniv Mayer-1
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Dr. Yaniv Mayer

President of Israeli Society of Periodontology

Dr. Yaniv Mayer is a specialist in periodontology and serves as the president of the Israeli society of periodontology. He holds certificates from both the Ministry of Health and from the European Federation of Periodontology.

Dr. Mayer acquired his education at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (magna cum laude) and specialized in periodontology and implantology at the School of Post Graduate Dentistry, Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa Department of Periodontology, where he currently serves as a senior clinical teaching fellow and researcher.

Dr. Mayer is involved in clinical research studies and has published a number of professional, award winning international articles in leading international journals. Dr. Mayer was appointed reviewer of several international journals in the field of periodontology and implantology.

Dr. Mayer lectures at leading conferences in Israel and abroad and organizes postgraduate courses. He is an active member of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP), the European Association for Osseointegration (EAO), the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) and is a fellow in the International Team for Implantology (ITI). In addition, he is the director of the Israeli ITI study club.

Dr. Mayer is the co-founder and co-CEO of PerioCenter Ltd. one of the leading dental care centers in Israel limited to periodontology and implantology.

Agenda

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

18:10-19:00 CET

Immediate or early implant placement; The role of GBR

19:00-19:50 CET

Management of challenging situations for immediate implantation cases in the aesthetic area

19:50-20:40 CET

Immediate implant loading in conjunction with CBCT guided implant placement, alongside the inferior alveolar nerve as an alternative to nerve transposition

20:40-21:10 CET

Q&A - Panel discussion with all speakers of the day

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

18:10-19:00 CET

The art of compensating reabsorption: updated immediate implant protocol

19:00-19:50 CET

Immediate loading by prefabricated prosthesis using guided surgery in full-mouth post-extractive rehabilitation

19:50-20:40 CET

Immediate approach in implant dentistry

20:40-21:10 CET

Q&A - Panel discussion with all speakers of the day

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Topics

Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Dr. Isabela Rocchietta

18:10-19:00 CET Immediate or early implant placement; The role of GBR, presented by Dr. Isabella Rocchietta

Immediate implant placement is a valuable surgical approach to replace missing teeth, mainly in the aesthetic region, where the timing and the aesthetic parameters are important. However, it has been widely demonstrated that a strict and specific protocol is adamant to achieve a successful long-term outcome. The patient and site-specific indication still remains the uttermost important factor when taking a clinical decision.

The lecture will cover these parameters and will focus on the early implant placement in conjunction to guided bone regeneration as a therapeutic approach when dealing with moderate to severe pathologies around the affected tooth or teeth. The details of performing a successful GBR procedure with or without implant placement will be covered, including an analysis of the biological principles of guided bone regeneration.

Dr.Alberto-Salgado

19:00-19:50 CET Management of challenging situations for immediate implantation cases in the aesthetic area, presented by Dr. Alberto Salgado

The aim of this session is to highlight the key points regarding bone regeneration and soft tissue regeneration to achieve optimal results in complex aesthetic cases. During the session, we will discuss why the flapless approach is suitable for immediate implantation in the aesthetic area, how to fill the gap in an immediate implantation case, plus the characteristics of an ideal tunnel for a tunneling 

technique, not only for soft tissue grafting but also for bone regeneration through the tunnel. In addition, the session will include how to deal with a total absence of the buccal bony wall and contemplate if it is a contraindication for an immediate flapless implant case. The latest scientific protocols will be revisited and with the aid of our clinical cases, we will answer these topics.

Dr.-Fares-Kablan Prof. Samer-Srouji

19:50-20:40 CET Immediate implant loading in conjunction with CBCT guided implant placement, alongside the inferior alveolar nerve as an alternative to nerve transposition, presented by Dr. Fares Kablan & Prof. Samer Srouji

Immediate implant loading in conjunction with CBCT guided implant placement, alongside the inferior alveolar nerve as an alternative to nerve transposition. In cases with extreme mandibular atrophy, Inferior Alveolar Nerve (IAN) transposition may be the only option to treat a posterior edentulous mandible with an implant-supported fixed prosthesis. When the available bone above the nerve is less than 5mm, short implants for example, can't be an option (3). An additional scenario is when the nerve is located at a central location inside the bone, prohibiting placement of implants buccally or lingually to the nerve using a CT guide.
This technique offers several advantages including reduced treatment time, and eliminating the need for bone grafting with immediate insertion of dental implants at the same surgery, bicortical implants anchorage, and favorable corono-radicular relationship. However the conflicting results from studies that have determined the incidence of IAN dysesthesia with this procedure have created debate as to its appropriate use.

According to the IAN location bucco-lingually, several modifications have been reporting attempts not to disturb the nerve, including bone expansion combined with immediate loading of one-piece implants, vertical splitting of the mandibular body, and the repositioning of the buccal cortex laterally by greenstick fractures with simultaneous implants placement. Additional option in use by the author ( Fares Kablan), includes vertical osteotomy of the buccal cortex to enhance visualization of the IAN, placing the dental implants buccally and repositioning of the buccal cortex and fixation. In recent years, the timing implant loading has been challenging, and numerous practitioners now advocate immediate loading of the implants. Immediate loading requires shorter periods and allows immediate recovery of function and esthetics with reports of high success rates. The availability of virtual reality technologies, and the advent of radiographic and CBCT Guided Surgery help the practitioners to insert dental implants alongside the IAN even at the borderline bone dimensions. The technology may reduce the indication for IAN transposition surgery in atrophic mandibles, saving the integrity of the mandibular body, reducing nerve disturbance, enabling placiement of longer dental implants, and enhancing the immediate loading procedure of the dental implants.

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

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18:10-19:00 CET The art of compensating reabsorption: updated immediate implant protocol, presented by Dr. Iñaki Gamborena

This lecture will focus on the difference of  protocols when it comes to surgical and prosthetic criteria to treat anterior implants in an immediate manner using, as a volume maintainer only, soft tissue grafting procedures. We will look into the necessity of grafting, the donor site selection and the histologic background that creates the difference.

Criteria, techniques and tools will be discussed in order to reach the best consistent results regarding  anterior implant treatments. We will learn the decision of key aspects for execution, taking into account all aspects the clinician should take into consideration.

Dr. Giampiero Ciabattoni New Project

19:00-19:50 CET Immediate loading of prefabricated prosthesis using guided surgery in full-mouth post-extraction rehabilitation presented by Dr. Giampiero Ciabatoni & Dr. Alessandro Acocella

Digital protocols for implant placement can really change the quality of life of our patients. Tooth loss is often a traumatic experience for the patient. Patients may suffer real or perceived detrimental effects following the loss of one or more teeth. Immediate implant placement offers the most cost-effective and long-term solution for replacement of missing teeth with a higher than average life expectancy, providing the patient with the best sense of security and well-being. Prosthetic rehabilitation in post-extraction cases using dental implants, often
represents a challenge for many clinicians. Factors that are potential sources of complications are bone quality, soft tissue management and anatomical variables due to natural bone remodelling.

In order to have long‐term outcomes and benefits for the patient, the treatment plan should consider all these difficulties and variables. Flap-less immediate post-extraction implant placement utilizing guided templates, further shortens the overall treatment time, reduces the patient chair time and offers immediate functional and aesthetic benefits. In addition, this type of procedure facilitates the clinical work by “eliminating” the need for an interim, removable prosthesis that may cause potential detrimental effect on both soft and hard tissues. The optimal positioning of the implants into the sockets and the right handling of the surgical and prosthetic phases are discussed during the lecture.

Dr. Attila Bodrogi

19:50-20:40 CET Immediate approach in implant dentistry, presented by Dr. Attila Bodrogi

Implant site preservation is the concept of maintaining the volume and architecture of both the soft and hard tissues. It is critical to  minimise tissue loss during extraction to conserve the natural ridge form and architecture for implant placement. Tissues should be preserved and maintained in their original forms as much as possible from the time of tooth extraction to the placement of restoration. This concept is crucial to ensure tissue healing, patient comfort, aesthetics and functionality of the final implant restoration.

This concept is crucial to ensure tissue healing, patient comfort, esthetics and functionality of the final implant restoration. This presentation will highlight techniques and cases for Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalisation with a special attention on Partial Extraction Therapy that facilitates a more esthetic, functional and predictable result in implant dentistry

November 17-18, 2020

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