Friday, January 22nd, 2021 at 14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC+2
Can Aesthetics take the FUN out of FUNction?
Speaker: Dr Dimitris Charoulis
Our cases are stratified by the degree of surgical and restorative risk along with the complexity for both operative and prosthetic phases of the treatment. Yet, despite the successful outcome of every intervention be it in hard and/or soft tissue, our final success and our failures are determined by certain very specific criteria. Whether these criteria should be of an Aesthetics field origin or belong to the core function of the stomatognathic system is always a popular debate. The quest for high aesthetics often becomes a vain attempt which violates basic function variables.
The presentation will concentrate on the engineering of the anatomical and biological structures that can adequately support an implant-based rehabilitation as well as the methods of the treatment plan assessment. Investigate if high aesthetics can be achieved in implant dentistry and what is the grade of their effectiveness compared to a planning that is based purely on function variables. Clinical cases will be used as proof of principle to assume if aesthetics have fun and if aesthetics alone can deliver an optimum and positive long-term prognosis in contemporary implant dentistry.
Saturday, January 23rd, 2021 at 14:00-15:00 GMT/UTC+2
The Digital Workflow – From your practice to your lab and back again.
Speakers: Dr Martin Wanendeya, Steven Campbell
Starting out in digital implant dentistry can be daunting with the multiple options and workflows available. But what can you do with Digital? And how do you start? Is digital there yet?
Normally the digital workflow is shown from either the dentist (clinical) or the laboratory (technical) side, bur Steve and Martin are going to combine the 2 and show the complete digital workflow from the first to the final clinical appointment from both the laboratory and clinical points of view.
This lecture will look at the digital workflow between the patient, dentist, laboratory and other external partners (such as milling centres) that allow a fully digital workflow.
CV Dr.Dimitrios D. Charoulis
Dr. Dimitris Charoulis is a Dentist of Greek origins, practicing and living mainly abroad. After graduating the Dental Faculty in 2004 as top of the class receiving the title of DMD, Dimitrios D. Charoulis became a Teaching Assistant at the Dental Faculty of the RWTH University of Aachen, in Germany.
As a Resident at the department of Periodontology, he conducted a 3 years clinical research in the field of “Aggressive Periodontitis“leading to his Doctorate title, awarded with “magna cum laude” (supervised by Prof. Dr. F. Lampert & Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. H. Spiekermann) in 2007.
His further education was influenced by his passion for innovation and high-end technologies in Dentistry. A Master of Science postgraduate program in “Lasers in Dentistry” at the RWTH Aachen University was completed, with his Thesis describing and analyzing the development of LASER treatment protocols for Periodontology. Additionally, he was also active as teaching stuff in the educational curriculum of that program. Furthermore, during the years 2009 – 2011 his LASER expertise contributed in research and publishing, as an external associate at the Fixed Prosthodontics Department of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece.
Oral Surgery and Implantology, was a field that naturally came as completion of his clinical and academic educational background. Continuing his training in Austria, at the University of Krems, he became a certified Oral Surgeon.
Following his professional training, Dr. D. Charoulis is a partner and senior surgeon in a private clinic in Baden Württemberg in Germany and an associate oral surgeon of several dental clinics. The last years, he has also established a private practice in Greece orientated in Full Mouth Rehabilitations and Implantology.
Dr. D. Charoulis is an active International Speaker, as well as a Hands On Lecturer in dental congresses and symposiums all over the world. He is appointed a Key Opinion Leader, by Dentsply Sirona in Implantology and an Ambassador of the innovative system Acuris. He is a PEERS member for Southern Germany and in this year’s annual meeting, he presented the development of a new surgical instrument facilitating autologous bone harvesting. These combined with his membership in major dental societies and strong support to his moto “we learn only if we share”, make him a dedicated and passionate trainer. Hence, his successful series of courses, starting from basic surgical skills to microsurgery and simple implant placement to complex treatment planning and multiple implant supported restorations.
Treating patients both in Greece and Germany, his daily practice fields of work are, Aesthetic Hard and Soft Tissue Management in Implant Dentistry, Bone and Soft tissue Grafting and Reconstructive Techniques, Lateral and Vertical Tissue Reconstructions as well as Implant Prosthetic Treatment.
CV Dr Martin Wanendeya
BDS (U Bristol) DipImpDent RCS (Eng) (Adv. Cert)
Martin Wanendeya graduated from the University of Bristol in 1995. Since 2004 he has been a partner at Ten Dental, an interdisciplinary specialist referral practice in Clapham, South London, where his work is limited to implant and aesthetic dentistry. He is a tutor on the diploma in implant dentistry program at the Royal College of Surgeons, England, having been awarded the diploma at advanced level. He has a special interest on digital implant dentistry and digital smile design and has lectured internationally on all aspects of implant dentistry. In his spare time he enjoys art, music and photography.
CV Steven Campbell, RDT
Steven Campbell is a GDC registered dental technician with over 25 years of dental experience, and a passion for the life-changing service the dental team provide to patients. Working with skilled teams and some of the most highly regarded dental surgeons in the UK, he provides solutions for all aspects of restorative dentistry, especially implants and the new digital and CAD/CAM workflows.
Over time his passion for dental technology has evolved and intertwined with his love of cutting edge technology to the point where he decided to open and run a fully digital dental laboratory with his team at Nexus Dental in 2015.