In the 13 full days of training, the diagnostic-therapeutic pathway for prosthetic rehabilitation will be analyzed based on modern knowledge, according to the principles of Prof. Slavicek and Dr John Kois.
The course aims to provide a guideline that can be shared with the dental technician, as a prerequisite to achieving the final objective. The training course includes theoretical and practical steps.
Teaching involves the Aesthetic & Functional area together with the implant prosthetic rehabilitation. The aspect of prosthetic retreatments management can be the key success of the majority of the prosthodontist’s treatments. This part will be examined in depth because it represents the real challenge for the dental staff. To optimize learning, each student can select a case to be treated and discussed in the Interactive Session.
The training includes individual Coaching sessions to achieve the Soft Skill, necessary for professional, business and relationship performance. This session will be done by the expert Coach with Extended Disc certified methodology.
The project also includes the Management Session to optimize the dental office business.
The course intends to teach the learner in a 360-degree way on functional, implant-prosthetic and aesthetic bases.
At the end of the course the participant will have gained an interdisciplinary vision with which to approach the different clinical cases and the skills to solve the most complex cases: the real challenge for every prosthodontist.
The course further wants to provide guidelines for the dentists-dental technicians: a fundamental combination for the ultimate success.
During the training, the participants will also improve their “soft skills” for a better approach with the patient and the management of the relationship with him in the long term.
Ultimately, they will get the essential managerial skills for the management of the study.
Dentists – Dental Technicians
Clinical Functional Analysis
The diagnostic imaging in TMJ dysfunction
Diagnosis of temporo-mandibular dysfunction
Muscle analysis with surface electromyography (EMG)
Sequential Guiding Principles
Function of the front teeth and TMJ determinants
The position of the mandible and the cephalometric tracing in prosthetics
The prosthetic management of patients with bruxism
Compensation Mechanisms: articular, vertical and dentoalveolar
Cephalometric analysis of the vertical dimension
The mandibular repositioning approach
Interdisciplinary treatment plan
Analysis of Perio-Restorative Interface
Periodontal and implant Regenerative therapy
Gummy Smile: dentofacial diagnosis, skeletal and interdisciplinary care
Periodontal surgery preprosthetic
Crown lengthening prosthetic driven
Technical and laboratory technology
Metal Free Clinic as a simplification tool
Aesthetics and Occlusion
Role of the lithium disilicate in patients with bruxism: 11 years Follow-up
The cubic Zirconie
Ceramics veneers and inlays
Adhesive Cementation in prosthetics
Implant Placement and interdisciplinary management
Platform switching: 10 years Follow-up
Prosthetic soft tissue conditioning
The modular implant impression (Modular Individual Tray)
Aesthetics in implant prosthetics
Dr. Piero Simeone
Prof. Giulio Rasperini
Prof. Gregor Slavicek
Prof. Jean Daniel Orthlieb
D.T. Antonello Di Felice
D.T. Daniele Rondoni
Practical demonstration on patient
Speaker: Dr Piero Simeone
Location: Hotel degli Aranci – Via Barnaba Oriani 11, Roma
Course dates: 30 March 2019-December 2019
Duration: 13 days
Target audience: Dentists and dental technicians
CME credits: 50 credits and certificate of attendance
Course fee for dentists: € 3.600 + vat
Course fee for dental technicians: € 1.950 + vat