Speakers

We are very glad that the speakers who accepted our invitation to the congress and will motivate us, inspire us and share their experiences with us are experienced professionals.

Dr. Walter Devoto (IT)

Private dental practice in Sestri Levante and in Portofino, Italy. Founder of Style Italiano.

Lecture:
Camouflage: The composite revolution in anterior teeth.

Hands-on course:
Anterior restoration hands on and posterior demonstration.

  • Layering technique of anterior Class IV restoration following Style Italiano recipes
  • Essential shape concept: Finishing texture and polishing in a shot
  • Essential lines in posterior restorations
CV:

I am a professional son of Samuele Valerio who thaught me once… Nature, aesthetics, cosmetics, conservation are the same thing… dentistry.
In my private practice in Sestri Levante, near the Ligurian sea I have learnt how to make wonderful dentistry in wonderful people, just putting passion in every little thing.
After my dental training in Geneva I have had the opportunity to travel around Italy and the world lecturing and training dentists in Aesthetic and Conservative Dentistry.
Passion for composite has given me the opportunity of being a teacher in conservative dentistry in Geneva and Madrid. And in the present time a Professor in Siena (Siena University), Marseille (Universitè de la Mediterranèe) and Barcelona (Universitat Internacional de Catalunya).
Author and co-author of several publications in scientific international journals, lecturer in national and international courses and congresses on this subject. Lecturer and trainer in the most important european universities (Paris, Nice, Geneva, Warsaw, S. Petersburg, Prague, Thessaloniki).

Abstract - lecture:

Camouflage: The composite revolution in anterior teeth

Composite resin are dental materials for daily use, thanks to the material evolution and the proposed techniques in the last years it can be considered a definitive restoration material.

What does definitive means?
A solution that reinforces the tooth and integrates aesthetically, with the possibility of being repaired in time, modified and corrected, accompanying our patient’s life.
Adhesion to enamel is a certainty: And that is why a proper planification of the case, maintaining the available enamel, puts the composite as a first choice material in any shape modification of natural teeth, diastema closure and small additions to optimize the smile of our patient.
In the case of complex restorations as a single or multiple teeth fracture, is it possible to cover the buccal surface of the tooth? What is the best possible solution to adopt? Do we always need a mock up?

And how to make it simply and efficient?
Ceramic veneers are replacing the use of crowns:
Can the composite restorations be a valid and permanent solution to ceramics?
The modern dentist has the need of simplifying and speed up its own work: and at the same time answering to the demands of a patient that wants the certainty of its aesthetic restorations in a rapid way.
The lecturer will discuss how to use the modern composite materials in few layers to cover up, when needed, all the tooth or part of it with solutions done directly, semi-directly and indirectly with and without mock up, indicating advantages, disadvantages, work time, costs and longevity of the restorations by follow-ups.
Many follow ups after years in the mouth will be shown.
Styleitaliano Camouflage: A new term to have clinical success in restorative dentistry in anterior teeth.

References:

  • Salat A., Devoto W., Manauta J.: Achieving a precise color chart with a common computer software for excellence in anterior composite restorations EJED: 2011, 6: 280-296
  • Devoto W., Saracinelli M., Manauta J.: Composite in everyday practice: how to choose the right material and simplify application techniques in anterior teeth EJED: 2010, 1: 102-124

Keywords:
adhesive direct restorations, mock up and preparation planning, composite veneers, direct complex restorations in anteriors (shape and color)

Marcin Krupiński, DDS (PL)

Private dental practice in Krakow, Poland. Certified Trainer and Silver Member of Style Italiano since 2018.

Lecture:
Cementation protocols in digital era. Step by step procedures.

CV:

Specializes in modern endodontic and aesthetic treatment.2010 Graduate of the Collegium Medicum Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. In 2011-2014, Assistant at the Department of Conservative Dentistry with Endodontics of Jagiellonian University. Author of publications and lectures for dentists in the field of endodontics and modern restorative dentistry. Participant of many international lectures and workshops. Winner of the Young Scientist Medal in 2011 for conducted clinical trial. Opinion leader for 3M ESPE and 3Shape. Certified Trainer and Silver Member of Style Italiano Group. Owner of private practice in Krakow, Poland.

Abstract:

Cementation protocols in digital era. Step by step procedures.

Nowadays we stumble across whole range of new restorative materials for crowns, onlays and veneers. With CAD/CAM technology we can produce them faster with more accuracy but with new materials we should apply appropriate protocols. What cement to use with what materials? How to cement new zirconias? What protocol for CAD/CAM manufactured onlays and veneers? Lecture will give practical tips for choosing cement for restoration material. How to simplify clinical protocol and achieve predictable result in terms of both durability and aesthetics.

Keywords:

  • generations of dental cements
  • advantages of resin modified GIC cements over standard GIC
  • new zirconias and their aplication
  • dental scanner aplication and common problems
  • bonding in esthetic area, try in pastes
  • dual cure vs light cure cement
  • step by step cementation of zirconia crown, composite onlay, ceramic veneer

MUDr. Martin Tomeček (CZ)

Private dental practice in Prague, Czech republic, www.3dk.cz

Lecture:
Socket and soft tissue preservation after tooth extraction

Hands-on course::
Shooting outside the mouth: crowns, bridges, teeth.

CV:

Education
09/1998 – 06/2002: 1st Faculty of medicine of Charles University in Prague
09/2000 – 12/2000: Guy’s, King’s and St. Thomas’s School of Medicine and Dentistry
09/1996 – 06/1998: 2nd Faculty of medicine of Charles University in Prague

Professional experiences
09/2010 – until nowadays 3DK Dental Clinic, Prague. He founded the clinic together with MUDr. Jan Streblov
06/2002 – 08/2010 Asklepion – Clinic and institute of aesthetic medicine, Prague. Deputy of the Head of the Department of Dentistry
11/2006 – 06/2010 Dental clinic of 1st Faculty of medicine, Charles University in Prague. Teaching of dental students, specialization in Dental Surgery.
06/2007 – 01/2008 Scandcare Dental Clinic, Dubai, UAE
06/2002 – 05/2007 Asklepion Laser Centre, Praha

Publishing activities
2014 – Tomeček M. Malé ilustrované repetitorium: Test 6. LKS 6/2014
2014 – Tomeček M. Malé ilustrované repetitorium: Test 2. LKS 2/2014
2010 – Streblov J, Palma M, Tomeček M. Minimally invasive techniques for root coverage, case presentation, LKS 10/2010

Abundant lecturing activity

Abstract:

Abstract – lecture:: Socket and soft tissue preservation after tooth extraction

Aesthetically unfavorable soft tissue changes following tooth extraction can be avoided with predictability using several techniques. Development and experience with these clinical protocols allow today not only prevention of soft tissue collapse in cases of ideal intact socket, but with a better understanding to the biology of bone, also in cases of primarily compromised situations with existing bone wall and soft tissue defects. Several techniques of socket preservation (xenograft plus collagen membrane, cortical lamina membrane, IDR techique) will be discussed and described in relation to the different socket wall defficiencies and soft tissue defects at the time of extraction.

Abstract – hands-on course: Shooting outside the mouth: crowns, bridges, teeth.

Documenting the dental procedures is often necessarily followed by extraoral photography of prosthetics like crowns, bridges, veneers, smile, soft detail etc. Adoption some of the tips and tricks of correct and creative use of light, composition and camera set-up can us easily bring impressive pictures. Thanks to these photographic skills we can create beautiful contrastful pictures that will make, added to our intraoral pictures, our documentation complete and complex. Techniques of shooting the black background, white background, glossy vs. matte objects, understanding the depth of field, different light sources and its influence will be discussed.

MUDr. Jan Streblov (CZ)

Private dental practice in Prague, Czech republic, www.3dk.cz

Lecture:
Wedge-shaped defects – restoration, periodontal surgery or combination?

CV:

Education
2008 – 2010: Curriculum Implantologie – Deutsche Gesellschaft für Implantologie
2008: Universität Bern – Straumann Education Week 2008
2008: Certification from Czech Dental Chamber – Practical dentist – Periodontologist
09/1996 – 06/2003: 1st Faculty of medicine of Charles University in Prague, Dentistry
09/2000 – 8/2001: Universität Rostock, study of Dentistry
7-8/2001: Universität Hamburg, internship at the Department of conservative dentistry
8/2000: Universität Tübingen, internship at the Department of maxillofacial surgery
7-8/1999: Universität Göttingen, internship at the Department of maxillofacial surgery

Professional experiences
09/2010 – until nowadays 3DK Dental Clinic, Prague. He founded the clinic together with MUDr. Martin Tomeček
09/2004 – 08/2010 Prague centre of dental implantology, Prague
09/2003 – 08/2004 Private dental practice, Prague

Membership in professional societies
Member of editorial board of LKS – a magazine of Czech Dental Chamber
Implantological club of Czech republic
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Implantologie – certified member
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde
Czech academy of dental aesthetics – certified member, President

Publishing activities
2009 – Streblov J, Palma M. Bipapilární lalok s pojivovým štěpem jako terapie klínovitého defektu, kariézního defektu a gingiválního recesu v cervikální oblasti zubu. Kazuistika, LKS
2010 – Streblov J, Palma M, Tomeček M. Minimálně invazivní techniky pro krytí gingiválních recesů. Kazuistika. LKS 10/2010
2013 – Streblov J. Série 11 článků Malého ilustrovaného repetitoria na téma Parodontologie v každém čísle časopisu LKS v roce 2013
2014 – Streblov J. Koronální posun margo gingivae u proteticky rekonstruovaných zubů. LKS 11/2014
2014 – Kopecká D, Šimůnek A, Streblov J, Slezák R, Čapek L.Measurement of the Interantral Bone in Implant Dentistry Using Panoramic Radiography and Cone Beam Computed Tomography: A Human Radiographic Study. West Indian Med J. 2014 Sep;63(5):503-9.
2015 – Streblov J, Dražan J.Autotransplantation of matured third molars into distal maxillary regions with limited bone height using a transcrestal sinus floor elevation technique. A case series. Poster, Europerio 8, London, 4. 6. 2015
2016 – Kučera J, Streblov J, Marek I, Hanzelka T. Treatment of Complications Associated with Lower Fixed Retainers. J Clin Orthod. 2016 Jan;50(1):54-9.
2016 – Streblov J. Dlouhodobě perzistující oroantrální komunikace. LKS 7-8/2016, 167-169

Abundant lecturing activity

Abstract:

Wedge-shaped defects – restoration, periodontal surgery or combination?

Wedge-shaped defects represent an area of therapy where often it is not completely clear which type of treatment is the most appropriate. Generally it is considered a conservative therapy and the composite restoration, eventually a coverage of the defect with a prosthetic reconstruction. But it comes into the game a possibility to cover gingival recessions and cover the defect with soft tissues. Specific decision-making occurs in situations where the patient requires to achieve optimal aesthetics. In the lecture the author will try to explain the possibilities of therapy in this specific area, to show realistic boundaries of individual approaches and their combinations and to propose an algorithm for therapeutic consideration.

MDDr. Patrik Pauliška (CZ)

Private practice in Prague, Czech republic, www.pauldent.cz.

Lecture:
Functionally-aesthetic work with compromised endodontically treated tooth.

CV:

Education
2009–2014: Faculty of Medicine Masaryk University, Brno

Professional experiences
2014–2016: Erpet Medical Centrum 
2015–2018: Dental Clinic „Usmějte Se“; focused on microscopic dentistry – endodontics, reendodontics, prosthetic postendodontics
2018–until nowadays: PAULDENT 

Membership in professional societies
PROMIKRO 

Publishing activities
ECIR – externí cervikální resorpce – magazine LKS
Since 2016 regular lecturing activity on endodontics, microscopic reendodontics, ECIR diagnostics and therapy, prosthetic postendodontics – vertical preparation

Abstract:

Functionally-aesthetic work with compromised endodontically treated tooth.

Almost every day in the office we solve the dilemma whether to extract the tooth or give it a chance. Is really the implant the right choice? Before we take the tools suitable for tooth extraction, it is appropriate to find out if we have other methods of choice how to use the remaining dental tissues. During the lecture the clinical situations of work with the compromised tooth will be discussed. Gaining the tooth ferrule from a conservative approach to surgical and subsequent prosthetic reconstruction of this tooth.

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