Congress Schedule

  • Puppet theatre
  • Opera-house
  • Workshops
Restorative dentistry is everyday more demanding in several factors, function, esthetics, ease...so we need some shortcuts and protocols that allow us to obtain great results with few steps and not so much complicated things, digital dentistry help us in everyday practice but always we need to know the basics to be successful with our patients. During the lecture some tips and tricks of this daily work will be shown to make all dentist reproduce it in a feasible, teachable and repeatable way.
Impression taking is a common clinical task in the daily practice. It remains an essential step for the fabrication of implant based prosthetic restoration. The knowledge of the properties of the modern impression materials and the selection of the proper impression technique is of vital importance for the fabrication of an accurate working cast and a successful prosthesis on implants. The aim of this lecture is to emphasize on the properties of the impression materials and their use. The selection of the indicated material and the proper technique for each clinical situation is presented with clinical examples in a step-by step presentation. Emphasis is also given on the impression of implants and of possible difficulties or mistakes that may arise at the impression procedure, how to r
Dental esthetics and minimal invasiveness have become increasingly important during the last decade when considering diagnosis and treatment planning. Adhesive dentistry has changed the daily work routine of dentists, since it has provided many benefits for both patients and professionals. However, the advances in adhesive dentistry come with an increasing challenge for dentists, as adhesive techniques are more sensitive than conventional ones. So, field isolation is not a luxurious procedure during different restorative treatments. Conventional rubber dam isolation is still the gold standard protocol when concerning field isolation, but the operators may face some obstacles when isolating specific areas during their restorative procedures using such conventional techniques. These may incl
Direct pulp capping is a method for  vital pulp therapy which is applied in the cases with exposed tooth pulp as a result of the progression of dental caries; in trauma (a fracture of the tooth crown) or while opening during operative treatment of hard dental tissues. The success of this treatment depends on numerous factors, such as patient’s age and health status, including the parodontal health, oral hygiene, motivation, bad habits etc., and also factors in connection with the tooth itself-hard dental tissues lost the dimension and condition of the exposed pulp, haemoragia and bacterial contamination, which may influence upon the longevity of restoration. The two key moments of the clinical protocol which can influence the most the healing process after direct pulp capping are
To make a decision of conserving implant in function presenting an infectious complication needs a comprehensive approach of the clinical situation and should consider the biological profile of the patient as well as the presence of infectious risk factors. Implant deposit should never be excluded. Most treatment modalities of peri-implant diseases are adapted from those used for the treatment of periodontal diseases; the primary therapeutic approach being aimed at controlling infection. This may involve adjustment of prostheses to allow for proper oral hygiene and professional removal of the biofilm and hard deposits from the implant surface. In advanced peri-implantitis cases a surgical approach may be necessary to gain access to disrupt and remove the biofilm. If appropriate at such a s
Oral/periodontal health is everyone’s invaluable asset and unique brand, and yet deeply integrated into people’s quality of life and overall wellbeing. Currently, periodontal disease remains the major burden of global oral health, and exerts far-reaching socio-economic impacts with huge healthcare costs worldwide. Periodontal disease is the most common disease in mankind (Guinness World Records (2001). The Global Burden of Diseases Study (2010) shows that severe periodontitis is the 6th most prevalent one among all 291 diseases investigated. Surprisingly, the overall global burden of periodontal disease has increased markedly by 57% since 1990. Clinically, severe periodontitis is the main cause of multiple tooth loss and edentulism in adults, especially in the susceptible individuals.
The replacement of missing teeth with implant restorations is well documented clinical approach in Dental Medicine. Clinical research results demonstrate 5 and 10 year results of high survival and success rate of implants and prosthetic restorations. Anyway, clinicians and patients are aware of the fact, that considerable part of the implant patients need an appointment to the doctor of dental medicine, due to various complications, within 5 years following the delivery of the restoration. The accelerated rates of increasing the number of placed dental implants worldwide in recent years is inevitably leading to increase of complications respectively. Therefore, the diagnostics, prevention and treatment of complications attended with dental implant treatment, are a serious issue in ev
Prior to undertaking any elective, ‘cosmetic’ dental procedures such as dental implant in the aesthetic zone , it is vital for the treating dentist and/or dental team to discuss the merits and drawbacks of all viable options. It is important that the patient understands what the consequences and limitations of treatment are likely to be, and what the potential failures could entail later in his/ her life. On the other side, dentists need to be aware of the existence of heightened expectations in this group of patients. While it is the duty of the dental team to improve their skills to meet the pink and white aesthetics in dental implant cases, the team need to be cautious about accepting patients who have unrealistic ‘cosmetic’ expectations. Where possible, cosmetic or aest
The course will go through the full surgical protocol and the different techniques for implant placement will be reviewed. Learning objectives: how to motivate the patient for implant treatment contemporary methods for diagnostics and treatment planning clinical case selection how to predict the esthetic result with the implant treatment how to avoid complications during and after the surgery basic steps to receive a good education Practical work on models - Positioning of the implant -Analyzing of the clinical case - Implantology protocol - Placing 4 implants on models with hard and soft bone protocol   price: 390BGN.* * The price is for a full-day course. The course will take place in hotel Bulgaria.
Impression taking is a common clinical task in the daily practice. It remains an essential step for the fabrication of implant based prosthetic restoration. The knowledge of the properties of the modern impression materials and the selection of the proper impression technique is of vital importance for the fabrication of an accurate working cast and a successful prosthesis on implants. The aim of this lecture is to emphasize on the properties of the impression materials and their use. The selection of the indicated material and the proper technique for each clinical situation is presented with clinical examples in a step-by step presentation. Emphasis is also given on the impression of implants and of possible difficulties or mistakes that may arise at the impression procedure, how to r
  • Puppet theatre
  • Opera-house
  • Workshop
The causes of oral mucosal diseases are diverse. The oral mucosa itself is continuously subject to various effects from various factors (mechanical effects of food, dental anomalies, inconvenient dentures or broken teeth, thermal, infectious, acidic effects, etc.) that can cause mucosal lesions. Depending on their connectivity and the presence of concomitant diseases or predisposing factors, the lesions of the oral mucosa can be divided into primary (effects of isolated factors - trauma, thermal effects, etc.) or secondary (when resulting from systemic diseases, medications, allergies, etc.).Decreasing the body's protective powers, and above all, local immune disorders, combined with the virulence of infectious agents, are one of the leading causes of mucosal lesions. In some of the oral m
Pediatric dentistry is psychological rather than technological discipline, therefore pharmacological management of behavior by using general anesthesia in problem children, where the routine methods of behavioral management are not useful, is absolutely necessary to achieve  a complete oral rehabilitation.   Two are the main reasons for the behavioural problems in paediatric dentistry have two  – age and/or psychic disorders.   The problems in pediatric treatment are defined by the dramatic gap between severity of clinical findings and misadaption of dental treatment in the context of extraordinary dynamic of development in maxillo-facial region, including teeth.   In recent decades, epidemiological researches indicate an increase in ECC in our country
To perform pre-op Ridge preservation techniques : punch technique, Connective tissue technique, peri-implant soft tissue management during implant placement : Ideal Flap Design, Roll techniques, Pedicle rotating flaps, Papilla preservation and augmentation techniques etc. Late peri-implant soft tissue grafting for the treatment of implant esthetic complications (metal showing), mucositis and peri-implantitis. Coronally Advanced flap Technique versus Tunneling technique Various Donor soft tissue sites : Palate : Conventional techniques: Epithelio-connective tissue Connective tissue : 1- conventional technique 2- Harris technique (2 parallel incisions) 3- One incision Envelope technique (Hürzeler) Tuberosity : Epithelio-connective tissue punch Epithelio-connective Slice Connect
the objectives of my lecture  are: 1. Long-term esthetics is the goal of implant therapy in the esthetic zone. How to achieve it, will be demonstrated. 2. Increasing soft tissue thickens around the implant collar without surgery. 3. Concave abutments can improve long-term esthetic and soft tissue stability. 4. Creating papillae with immediate implant placement with PEEK temporary abutments. 5. Abutment material design for esthetic illusion in the esthetic zone. 6. Long-term experience with temporary PEEK abutments.
Understanding different techniques for restorative field isolation. The state of art of rubber dam isolation Full clinical guide for successful application of rubber dam in the anterior and posterior regions. Quick overview on different rubber dam systems. Quick overview on different types and designs of rubber dam clamps and when to use what. How to customize your own rubber dam template How to customize your own rubber dam clamps Recent tips and tricks in field isolation and how to isolate different complex restorative cases. The growing era of Teflon in isolation. Understanding why Teflon became a material of interest Quick overview on different uses and applications of Teflon in field isolation Isolation of deeply seated cavities in the anterior and

Ticket to 31.05.2018

110

BGN

Ticket after 31.05.2018

140

BGN

Students

-50%

of participation fee

Cover for gala dinner before 22.05.2018

60

BGN