Pomorie, Bourgas region, 11th – 13th June 2020 Online streaming of the congress.

Dr. Nikolay Sharkov



Prof. Dr. Snezhanka
Topalova – Pirinska


Congress Schedule

  • Hall № 2
  • Hall № 1
I will show to the dentists what is the correct occlusion and all the malocclusions(Class 1, class 2 div 1, class 2 div 2, class 3, posterior crossbite, anterior crossbite, open bite, deep bite). I will demonstrade many diferents ways to do a good diagnosis like a Panoramic x-ray, lateral teleradiography with ceplalometric analisys, tomography  , models and profile analisys . Many clinical cases will be shon in deciduos dentition, mixed and permanente using Direct tracks, JFO devices like Simple Planas, Especial Planas inderect tracks, Simões network 1, 2, 3, 4, fixed orthodontics, retract arches in extraction cases, self ligation braces, palatal bar, Quad-helix, Mini-implant, invisible aligners,etc... 
The participation of the lecturer and the presented topic are sponsored by Pierre Fabre  Prof. Dr. hab. Marzena Dominiak, Poland President of Polish Dental Association Vice Rector for strategic initiatives  Head of the Department of Oral Surgery Medical University of Wroclaw, Poland   The morphological structure of the alveolar ridge of the maxilla and / or mandible is an important predictor of the possibility of gingival recession development. The narrow alveolar ridge in the lip-lingual dimension, especially with the thin biotype of the gingiva, is one of the factors predisposing to the development of this pathology. It may hinder or prevent the course of orthodontic treatment as an independent therapy method or as part of the orthodontic-otognathic treatment.
Mini-implants are one of the most successful technologies introduced and widely used in orthodontic treatment, as a reinforcement of anchorage. It can be used to treat different types of malocclusions, with an improvement on the acting limits, in mini-implants era, the mechanical approach need to be revisited. In this lecture, we will show how mini-implants can facilitate our orthodontic treatment, in cases of distalization, intrusion, retraction, rotation, among other clinical situations.
 The treatment of adult patients takes pleasure in more and more popularity during the last years. Orthodontics as an exclusive treatment of children and youngsters belongs long ago to the past. Among the rest, this is due to the increased awareness of aesthetics of the older patients what becomes apparent just also in the dental medicine. The claims of the patients are beside a quick and inexpensive therapy just also the claim of the invisibility. Modern orthodontic therapy is connected with regenerative medicine. Alveolar bone seems to play a key role in providing support to the teeth, which are anchored to the bone by desmodontal fibers. The progressive alveolar bone resorption process occurs due to a loss of anatomic, biologic and mechanical factors.  Tooth extraction leads to
The widespread use of antibiotics presumably cause antibiotic‐resistant bacterial strains. This is also important in terms of the oral microbiota and the use of antibiotics to deal with oral and dental infections. The aim of this speech is to review the current literature on the indications and contraindications use of antibiotics and give some recommendations to endodontists for prevent overuse of antibiotics. Endodontic infections, resulting in pulpitis, apical periodontitis or apical abscess, are polymicrobial, involving a combination of gram-positive, gram-negative, facultative anaerobes and strict anaerobic bacteria. Most endodontic infections are confined within the tooth and can be successfully managed by root canal treatment. Antibiotics are unnecessary in irreversible pulpitis,
Photography has been widely used in oral medicine in recent years, especially in aesthetic  and restorative procedures. This lecture focuses on clinical image acquisition, comprehensively describing definitions, principles, necessary equipment, methods, standards, and specifications. It further explains camera settings and presents protocols for achieving predictable and consistent results.
Berlin-Chemie/A. Menarini Bulgaria company`s presentation    Prof. Dr. Vladimir Panov, PhD Department of “Conservative Dentistry and Oral Pathology”  Faculty of Dental Medicine Medical University “Prof. Dr. Paraskev Stoyanov” – Varna, Bulgaria   A large number of saprophytic and pathogenic microorganisms can be found in the oral cavity. A significant part of them pose the danger of the development of local infections, which can sometimes develop into systemic ones. Due to the open invasive nature of the procedures used in routine dental practice, the risk of infection is increased. It is important to know that danger is causes by diverse factors - both for the patient and for the treating specialist, for the staff, as well as for the coming patien
10:40 - 13:00
In our daily practice we have different demands from the patients and clinical situations. Different composite resin systems has been developed to solve this challenges in a way to try to simplify the procedures in anterior teeth. The layering techniques with composite resins was described some years ago and we used often in our clinical practice. Some of these techniques use several different opacities and increments of composites, leading to the dentist get confused in deciding which one to choose. The clinical reality of most dental clinics are based on simple procedures, easy to perform with suitable aesthetic and long-lasting results. Some simple layering techniques and simpler and effective restorative materials makes the dentist daily work simple and predictable, enabling making
The development of science and technology has led to new tools and methods in dentistry. In cariesology, this is the chemical-mechanical removal of carious tissue in treating dental caries. In the field of endodontics, this is regenerative endodontic therapy.  Painless removal of infected dentin in treating dental caries by obturation is difficult. Pain is a leading factor in creating a negative attitude for visits to the dental specialist by children and some adult patients. The possibility of atraumatic removal of infected dentin by introducing chemical-mechanical agents such as the enzyme papain is a successful prospect in dentistry. The mode of action of papain, advantages, disadvantages, protocols for application in different clinical cases is presented. The regenerative endodo
  • Hall № 2
  • Hall № 1
09:00 - 11:00
Nowadays patients became more demanding about aesthetic results when replacing missing tooth with implant. The current trend is shifting from merely restoring the loss of function to complete restoring with which we want to achieve a natural appearance of restorations on implants. To completely fulfil the high level of expectations it is very important that we approach implantology holistically and with vision. The placement of the implants should be driven in a way that creates a sufficient amount of space for prosthetic components - prosthetic driven implantology. However gingival architecture referred to as pink aesthetics is one of the important factor for complete success in a restorative dental treatment. Many different reconstructive surgical procedures have been developed to attain
Pain is an unpleasant sensation and emotional experience usually associated with tissue damage. Its purpose is to activate the human organism to react and to prevent further tissue damage. Pain is very closely connected with Dentistry and elimination of this is aim of all of us. Dental decay and periodontal diseases are most common intraoral diseases associated with different level of pain, intense or chronic. In oral mucosa there are a variety of lesions and diseases, that express recognizable    signs and symptoms, whereas other oral diseases which are asymptomatic and cause a difficulty in recognition by the dentist. Oral ulceration of different causes, vesiculobullous lesions such as herpetic stomatitis, multiform erythema, pemphigus, bullus pemphigoid, systemic diseases such a
The emergency profile guidance with the provisional constructions allows the soft tissue development after the surgery manipulations.  More concave profile in the beginning, more coronary placed zenith and its subsequent development with third and fourth provisional, allow to extract the maximum of the soft tissue potential individually for each patient.  The final stable profile can be easily copied with the contemporary scan systems.  This is one of the major advantages of digital technologies- the possibility for identical copying of the profile of provisional and permanent crowns, which is very difficult and uncertain, not to say impossible, with analogue impressions.  The diversity of materials, abutments and their combinations nowadays, allows us to choose the right d
Endodontic problems require treatment in four dimensions - pain control, mechanical preparation, disinfection and root canal obturation. Three-dimensional diagnosis and the right choice of treatment methods can increase the success rate and lead to preservation of teeth with unfavorable prognosis. Modern equipment and tools allow the preservation of the natural anatomy of the endodontic space, its three-dimensional disinfection and obturation. This lecture discusses the characteristics and properties of the rotary instruments, ways to use them, the reasons for their fracture, the criteria for choosing a system according to the clinical case. Strategies for three-dimensional root canal treatment using fully mechanical protocol with VDW.Rotate are presented. Participants will learn how they
Introduction: Healthy sleep is a synonymous term for the quality of life of the individual. Sleep disorders lead to socially significant diseases, which are a global epidemiological problem. In recent years, the role of the interdisciplinary teams of physicians and dentists has been highlighted in many clinical trials. Those trials involve patients with obstructive sleep apnea. Sleep disorders affect not only the quality of life, but also the physical, mental and emotional health of the individual. Material and methods: During the last 14 years at the Faculty of Dental Medicine in Varna and the University Audio-Vestibular and Sleep Laboratory, a significant number of patients with obstructive sleep apnea and snoring have been examined, diagnosed and treated. These patients were examined
Digital dentistry is more than just a way to create prosthodontic artworks. In enables new workflow, which is faster, more precise and less prone to errors. It favourises simplicity, repeatability, productibility and finally, offers better overall results. Intraoral scanners, such as Vivascan, are used in digital dentistry for rapid image-taking of the patient’s intraoral structures. The images, called digital impressions, are then imported into the CAD/CAM software to design and manufacture dental restorations, such as dentures, crowns, veneers and dental implants. The digital impressions are also useful to plan orthodontic treatments and create orthodontic appliances.  Central occlusion preservation, digital mock-up, import of other digital media, such as photography enables a c

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Grand Hotel Pomorie
8200 Pomorie Bulgaria
Prof. Stoyanov Str. No. 5



Pomorie Municipality





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