- Puppet theatre
09:00 - 11:00
The lecture will give practical tools to the owners and managers how to manage their people. The lecture will help managers: to delegate responsibilities so that they can be leaders; to motivate their team to achieve company’s goals; will give them tools that help hiring the right people who are effective; how to evaluate people in order to have a successful team.
11:00 - 12:30
In daily practice, more or less the only relevant information that we send to the laboratory is the impression. Unfortunately, impressions are often the weakest points in the chain of producing exact fitting restorations. There are two approaches in modern dentistry. The conventional way of working starts with conventional impression followed by the conventional way of denture fabrication. Computer aided way begins with digital intra-oral or extra-oral impression and after that, we are in a virtual world. No matter which one we prefer - the conventional or virtual method the only connection is impression. Unfortunately, independent studies show that around 80% of impressions for fixed dentures aren’t good enough or simply ‘not for use’. Whenever we are taking about an impression we
13:00 - 14:30
Clinical application of protocols for early diagnosis and treatment approaches of eruption disturbances of impacted mandibular and maxillary canines
Upper canine teeth are the second most commonly impacted permanent teeth. They take an essential role for a functional and esthetic dentition fit. Impaction of lower canines is a relatively rare anomaly, but complications resulting from it are extremely severe. The aim of the present lecture is to outline the application of certain indicators over the standard OPT, using data from clinical examination and dental and chronological age of the patient. The findings derived from the application of these criteria and the protocols for early diagnosis assist clinicians in choosing adequate preventive or treatment protocol. Following the steps of the protocol for the particular age of the patient, the dental clinician could determine the presence of disturbances in the eruption path and de
14:30 - 15:00
Actavis company’s presentation Macrolides are a group of similar substances, characterized by a macrocyclic lactone ring, usually containing from 14 to 16 atoms. The group of new, advanced macrolides include: Clarithromycin Azithromycin - Azatril® Telithromycin Josamycin Azithromycin is representative of a relatively new class of macrolide - azalides that shows the optimum antibacterial spectrum to: G (+) microorganisms G (-) microorganisms Atypical agents of tissue and intracellular infections Anaerobic microorganisms – Fusobacteria Azatril® Key Benefits In the pH range of the stomach Azatril® is 300 times more stable than the prototype macrolide Erythromycin. High tissue concentrations that persist for a long time (5 to 7 days) after sto
15:00 - 16:30
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is one of the most common human bacterial infections. H. pylori has been closely linked to chronic gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastric cancer, and mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma. Recent data suggest a possible correlation of this microorganism with other conditions such as anemia, altered serum levels of lipoproteins and coronary atherosclerosis. Although H. pylori is present in about half of the world’s population, the rout of its transmission is not clearly defined. The most likely routes of transmission are oral-oral and fecal-oral. Samples of these microorganisms found in soil, animals and humans indicate the role of the extragastric routs in their transmission. As H. pylori is found in saliva and dental plaque, it could be transmitted by th
17:00 - 18:30
Ultrasonic surgery: advantages, applications, clinical cases evidence and ultimate developments. Esacrom’s experience and research.
The dental treatment is considered as the fastest developing field in medicine. The methods for treatment are rapidly perfected. Piezo-apparatus are hi-tech multifunctional devices which use the piezoelectric effect for generating ultrasonic oscillation. In the ultrasonic surgery the vibration generated by quartz is transformed in oscillating movement, which through special transmitting mechanism in the neckpiece and the tip, insure the highly precise and selective cutting in the hard teeth tissue and bones as keeping the soft tissue intact. The dental technicians will acquaint the basic principles biologic rationale of the piezo surgery, the clinical aspects and possibilities for applying in the everyday practice, the types of specific tip, indications allowing work in different fields
09:00 - 10:30
Indications, limitations and treatment time of treatment with DENT@ALIGN aligners. Motivational models. Importance of correct stripping application
Aligners are an innovative philosophy of “invisible” orthodontic appliances. One of the main requirements for the orthodontic treatment of adults is the application of aesthetic “invisible” appliances, which do not disturb the social life of the patients. The lecture aims to present the management of orthodontic treatment with DENT@LIGN aligners, characterized by a fully computer-assisted design manufacturing. The clinical and laboratory protocol, advantages, features and clinical outcomes are considered. Clinical cases are discussed. The protocol includes preparation of diagnostic analysis on a virtual setup and laboratory guidelines for treatment conduction, with possibility of motivational models elaboration. This analysis assists clinician in the treatment planning and motiv
10:30 - 10:50
Berlin-Chemie/A. Menarini Bulgaria company’s presentation Assoc. Prof. Dr. Rosen Kolarov, PhD Anaftin® is a range of medical devices for treatment of minor mouth lesions. The products from Anaftin® range contain polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) and hyaluronic acid which form a protective film that adheres to the oral cavity, ensuring a mechanical barrier to the affected areas. Thus relieving the pain caused by the exposed nerve endings. The hyaluronic acid and Aloe vera in the formulation support the natural healing of the damaged tissues. Anaftin® helps in the management of pain caused by small lesions in the mouth, such as those due to aphthous stomatitis, aphthous ulcers, as well as decubital lesions from braces and ill-fitting dentures. It is also indicated for diffuse aphthous u
11:00 - 12:30
The oral mucosa may be affected of pathological processes from almost all types. Specific oral diseases, such as precancerous, benign and malignant tumors, necrotic sialometaplasia, leukokeratosis, erythroplasia, aphthous diseases, vascular malformations and tumors, orofacial syndromes and many others can be observed in this area. Other lesions of the oral mucosa are symptomatic for systemic diseases and in some specific cases may be their only manifestation. The variety of pathological processes includes viral or autoimmune bullous and vesicular lesions, reactions of hypersensitivity, tissue-mediated immunopathology, oral lesions of hemopoietic diseases such as leucosis, agranulocytosis, anaemias, tissue reactions due to systematic medication or benign process therapy, etc. In certain ca
13:00 - 15:00
Rediscover the smile. Minimally invasive treatment with maximum esthetic. New adhesive protocols for the right surface treatment. Mock-ups, partial veneers, porcelain laminate veneers, inlays/overlays, crowns, cantilever bridges
Nowadays our patients are more and more aware of the advantages presented by the ceramic prosthetic restorations. Their requirements toward the practitioner are growing to such an extend that “Esthetic dentistry” has become a separated speciality. The esthetic outcome of our restorations are not simply due to the advantages given by new technologies. It is a result of the application of completely new clinical approaches and protocols. The “Biomimetic” concept presented by Pascal Magne and Urs Belser allows us to fabricate prosthetic reconstructions with mechanical properties identical to those of the natural tissues. The concept is based upon several fundamental principles such as: tissue economy, observation and faithful reproduction of the nature, adhesive protocol and utiliz
13:00 - 15:00
1. DISTRACTION OF THE MAXILLARY ALVEOLAR CREST WITH SUBSEQUENT IMPLANT REHABILITATION I. Radev 2. ASPIRIN AND DENTAL EXTRACTION - IS THERE A REAL RISK OF BLEEDING? Dinkova А., Vladimirova-Kitova L., Daskalov H. 3. MEASUREMENT OF INR VALUES THROUGH COAGUCHEK XS POC DEVICE IN PATIENTS ON ANTICOAGULANT MONOTHERAPY Dinkova A., Vladimirova-Kitova L., Deneva T. 4. SURVEY ABOUT THE OPINIONS OF DENTAL PRACTITIONERS IN BULGARIA ON THE APPROACH TO TOOTH EXTRACTION IN PATIENTS RECEIVING ANTIPLATELET AGENTS OR ANTICOAGULANTS Dinkova А., Daskalov H., Petrov P. 5. ORAL LEUKOPLAKIA – RESULTS AFTER ER-YAG LASER TREATMENT Petrov P., Daskalov Hr., Dinkova A. 6. AWARENESS OF DENTISTS ABOUT THE ROLE OF HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES AS A RISK FACTOR IN THE ETIOLOGY OF DENTAL CARIES Pomakova A.
15:00 - 15:30
Technodenta company’s presentation What types of handpieces and contra angles, there are? What kind of dia burs have to use for the handpieces? Why should be cleaned, lubricated and disinfected the periphery? When and what repair need to be done? How to save money on repair of periphery? These questions and many others will get answers and explanation, as well as useful advices on how to care for the handpieces and contra angles!
The topic and the participation of the lecturers are provided by Sofia Dental Meeting Association according to Agreement with Bulgarian Dental Association In most cases the complete prosthetic rehabilitation of the mouth requires a multidisciplinary pretreatment prosthetic stage which includes a multistage clinical and laboratory work. This determines the crucial importance of the preliminary analysis, the planning and project making, all of which will guarantee a long-lasting result. With the lection we are going to present we would like to take you through all the steps that will lead us to the beginning of the prosthetic part of the treatment. The stages are: analysis of the collected information about the case, making a software-guided smile design, determining the vertical dimen
14:00 - 16:00
Workshop organized by Caris M Hotel Bulgaria, Kompas hall This Workshop is designed for the dentists who want to upgrade their knowledge about different types of Impression materials and impression techniques. During the HANDS ON part there will be opportunity to use different viscosity of Zhremack impression materials and to find out more about their specifics. Different Tips & Tricks will help to get better results in impressions and fix prosthodontic, with less effort. CONTENT OF THE WORKSHOP: Theoretical part: Choice of right impression material. What we expect and what we get from impression materials? What it means: “proper impression tray”? How to adapt impression material type and impression techniques to the impression conditions? Control of
- Puppet theatre
09:00 - 10:30
Many factors may influence survival in patients with squamous cell carcinoma of the oral cavity, among which the most significant is metastasis to the lymph nodes. Advanced tumor stages with adverse histological features further reduce the chances of survival. We analyzed the prognostic value of the available clinical and histological parameters to predict subclinical lymph node metastases and the chances of survival. We analyzed prognostic value of available clinical and histological parameters to predict subclinical nodal metastases and survival of patients. For that purpose we used a modification of Jakobsson’s (9) grading system proposed by Richard W. Nason (12) and applied it to a series of patients with oral carcinoma. It was found correlation between histological parameters and
10:30 - 11:00
Why settle for 20% when you can offer patients protection to 100% of the mouth surfaces Regular anticavity toothpastes protect only the hard tissue, which is 20% of the mouth, while 80% of the mouth is soft tissue. There is a toothpaste with unique Sustained - Release Technology adheres to both hard and soft tissues in the mouth for up to 12 hours of antibacterial protection of the whole mouth, even after eating and drinking.
11:00 - 12:30
Patients, undergoing radiotherapy, as primary, adjuvant or complex treatment of head and neck cancer are prone to a number of dental complications. Radiatiotherapy is a technique that uses ionizing radiation with a therapeutic effect due to the semi-selective damage to genetic material of cancer cells in a direct way or through the production of free radicals, leading to cell death. The adverse effects of radiotherapy appear to damage normal cells, especially those that divide quickly and are less prone to regeneration. In the oral cavity that can be cells of the oral mucosa, underlying soft tissues, teeth, periosteum, bone cells, glands and blood vessels. Changes lead to specific radiation syndromes. These include xerostomia and dysgeusia occurring of damage to the salivary glands, or
14:00 - 16:00
EFFECT OF DIFFERENT MODES OF ROTATION ON LIFESPAN OF TWISTED FILE ROTARY NITI INSTRUMENTS E. Karova, Sn. Topalova-Pirinska NUTRITIONAL DYSFUNCTION AND RISK OF CARIES IN CHILDREN WITH AUTISM L. Doichinova, M. Peneva AVULSIO AND REPLANTATIO OF CHILDREN'S PERMANENT TEETH - SELECTED PARTS OF INTERACTIVE SOFTWARE GUIDE Kabaktchieva R., N. Gateva, R. Dimitrov, Ia. Koev CHANGES IN THE PULP MICROCIRCULATION IN TEETH WITH TRAUMAS AND FRACTURES D. Kosturkov, Ts. Uzunov THERMOPLASTIC MATERIALS – NEW POSSIBILITIES IN PROSTHETICS /A RIVIEW/ B. Chuchulska, St. Yankov, G. Todorov GUM COLORED COMPOSITE RESIN MATERIALS – A POSSIBLE CHOISE IN DIFFICULT CLINICAL CASES S. Alexandrov, G. Todorov, R. Todorov
16:00 - 17:30
The presentation contains some guidelines on endodontic treatment of children’s permanent teeth. The author highlights the necessity of using anesthesia in treatment of vital teeth and proper isolation of operative field. The advantages of using magnifying devices in this kind of treatment are also emphasized. The author accentuates the specific management in treatment of permanent teeth with incomplete root development. The attention of dental practitioners is set on saving of pulp’s vitality, when it is possible. The author discusses different strategies to achieve this aim – indirect and direct pulp capping, partial and total pulpotomy and differentiate these strategies from the cases when the development of the root is complete. The author discusses different clinical cases a
09:00 - 10:00
The implementation of the cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) in dentistry has essentially improved the diagnosis and therapy especially in endodontics. CBCT can identify the presence and location of periapical lesions and root resorptions more accurately then standard periapical radiographs. This additional information allows a more accurate diagnosis and treatment planning with a more specific prognosis for the patient. In this interactive presentation the audience can choose their treatment plans before and after CBCT and the results will be presented immediately. The aim of this presentation is to highlight the advantages of the use of CBCT in diagnosis and therapy of endodontic pathologies.
10:00 - 11:00
Over the past decades the use of the surgical microscope has become a routine procedure for endodontic specialists. Furthermore ultrasonic tips, microinstruments as well as biocompatible root-end filling materials have significantly improved the technical approach. Endodontic surgery has evolved into endodontic microsurgery, providing high success rates. However, from a clinical point of view molar surgery remains a challenge. Surgery in molars is associated with technical difficulties such as the close proximity of the apices or pathologic process to the mandibular canal or sinus maxillaris, difficult access to the root tips as a result of the posterior location and thickness of the buccal cortical bone plate. The introduction of cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) and threedimensi
11:00 - 11:30
Patricia company’s presentation The basis of R.O.C.S oral care products philosophy consists of safety, effectiveness and bio compatibility. Among ingredients of our tooth pastes priority is given to ingredients proven to be effective in caries prevention and gums deceases. The formulas of our tooth pastes are developed by unusual production process, where manufacturing of the tooth pastes is four times longer than habitual aiming at preservation the high effectiveness of ingredients. Which the advantages are in offering R.O.C.S. products in your dental practice: MINERALIN - remineralizing agent presented in almost all products; R.O.C.S. products are offered exclusively by dental professionals; Wide variety of tastes to match with each age.
11:30 - 13:00
The modern pharmaceutical industry produces a variety of drugs to control diseases previously considered incurable. Besides their healing features, the drugs also have some side effects that lead to injuries in the jaw. The lecture discusses the causes of drug-induced osteonecrosis of the jaw, pathogenesis of the disease, clinical signs and preventive measures in patients undergoing treatment with suspicious drugs, likewise the treatment of already affected patients.
13:30 - 15:30
The ultimate goal of periodontal therapy is to keep functionality and aesthetic of patient’s teeth through the prevention of tooth loss. Implants are widely used, but periodontal regeneration can offer an option in the treatment planning if correclty applied. Periodontal regeneration aims at the recover of the lost periodontal tissue, allowing its regeneration on the previously diseased root. After a right diagnosis, a proper regenerative technique we can improve the prognosis of periodontally compromised teeth and often revert them to full health and function. The lecture will focus on principles of periodontal regeneration, on factors influencing clinical outcome and it will discuss the new technologies, the new biomaterials and the latest surgical approaches in flap design that hav
16:00 - 18:00
Decoronation of ankylosed anterior teeth in children and adolescents as a method for preservation of the alveolar ridge
Trauma to the permanent dentition is a common event especially in children and adolescents. Dentoalveolar ankylosis of a tooth after sever dental injury is a serious complication in growing children. The ankylosed root is continuously resorbed and replaced by bone, and an infra-position of the damaged tooth will develop. The normal alveolar development will be disrupted, and prosthetic treatment will be compromised. Decoronation is a treatment option in this cases that allows preservation of the alveolar ridge and adequate future prosthetic rehabilitation.
Workshop organized by Denta Limar Hotel Bulgaria, Kompas hall Through the workshop the participants will get familiar with: Principals for working with ultrasonic. Why the ultrasonic methodic is unique? Design and software of the device – turbo function and sweep. Working features. Advantages of the piezo surgery compared to the traditional instruments in preparing the bone tissue. Sets and different types of tips for: prophylactic, periodontology, endodontics, surgery, implantology. Features and advantages of T Black tips. Indications and contraindications for application. Clinical application. Practice on calf bones.
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State Opera of Burgas
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