FIRST THINGS FIRST
Dear friends and colleagues,
It was a great pleasure to have seen that the 2nd Annual Meeting of the International Academy of Digital Dental Medicine, which was held on September 3-4, 2016 in Busan, South Korea, was a huge success. The number of participants was around 1000, including dentists, technologists, researchers, dental hygienists and exhibitors. The number of countries participating from all over the world was 25.
Now our program chairs Prof. Dr. Wael Att and Prof. Dr. Esam Tashkandi are working on the 3rd International Annual Meeting of the IADDM, which will take place on December 8-9, 2017 in Marriott Hotel Berlin, Germany.
We are anticipating an exclusive and a very successful conference and warmly invite you to join us.
Conference topics will include "Digital Implantology", "Digital Prosthodontics", "Chairside CAD/CAM", "Digital Imaging", "Digital Orthodontics", "Digital Reconstructive Dentistry", "Digital innovations in esthetic dentistry and Digital Technology".
We have invited renowned speakers that will cover these topics. The list of the speakers is as follows (in alphabetical order): Domenico Baldi, Byung-Ho Choi, François Duret, Galip Gürel, Tim Joda, Jongyub Kim, Henri Lenn, Walter Lueckerath, Masayuki Okawa, Marco Rinaldi, Clemens Schwerin, Roberto Spreafico, Benedikt Wilmes.
We would like to encourage you to participate in the third edition of IADDM Meetings and look forward to welcoming you in Berlin.
Prof. em. Dr. Carlo Marinello
Program, Friday, 08.12.2017
|13:00-19:00||Workshops||(will be announced shortly)|
Program, Saturday, 09.12.2017
|08.30-08.40||Welcome Address of the President||Carlo Marinello, Prof. em. Dr.
|08.40-08.45||Introduction to Scientific Program||Wael Att, Prof. Dr.
Esam Tashkandi, Prof. Dr.
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
|08.45-09.15||1st IADDM Corporate Vision Lecture Digital Dentistry and Structural Development in the Dental Community → Abstract
1st IADDM Corporate Vision Lecture Digital Dentistry and Structural Development in the Dental Community
The digital development has long reached the dental environment. The way we take X-rays , take impressions with Intra oral scanning, doing patient analysis, prepare prostheses in the dental laboratory with desktop scanning, 3D print and milling or are already common practice and are integral part of the way we practice dentistry today and more so in the future.
It is changing rapidly not only the way we practicing dentistry but also the way we are communicating, educating and also running our offices.
The way we stay informed and the way we will chose and purchase products, demand ways to find this information speedily and effectively.
The community of group practices is increasing steadily with the increased need for efficient connectivity.
What choices will dentists have to make in the future to be competitive with globalisation and patient awareness.
|Henri Lenn, Executive Vice President, GC International AG, Luzern, Switzerland|
|09.15-10.00||Digital Communication||Galip Gurel, Dr. med. dent.
|10.00-10.30||COFFEE BREAK/ POSTER SESSION|
|10.30-11.10||Edentulous Surgery with Digital Implantology Workflow → Abstract
Edentulous Surgery with Digital Implantology Workflow
This presentation shows a fully digital workflow that is used to fabricate immediate dentures before extractions, perform computer-guided flapless implant placement, convert a denture into a provisional restoration for immediate loading, and fabricate a final restoration in edentulous patients, without the use of conventional impressions and model casting.
Recently, computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD-CAM) technology has been used to fabricate complete dentures and final prosthesis. The information needed for a CAD-CAM restoration in edentulous jaws is acquired extraorally from an impression or from a stone cast using laboratory scanners. This technique has the same deficiencies as conventional impressions and stone casts. To avoid errors in the CAD-CAM production workflow, digitalizing directly from the patient’s mouth using intraoral scanners would be more practical.
This presentation shows how to get digital impressions of edentulous arches without the use of conventional impressions or stone casts. It also shows how to perform computer-guided flapless implant placement in the edentulous patients without the use of conventional impressions, models or a radiographic guide. Digital data for computer-guided flapless implant placement are acquired using an intraoral scanner and cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT). The digital data are then used to design a prosthetically-driven implant position, surgical template, and CAD/CAM-fabricated dental prosthesis.
At the same time, this presentation shows a simple, practical technique to make provisional restorations immediately after implant placement. Finally, it shows a digital workflow for final restorations.
|Byung-Ho Choi, Prof. Dr.
|11.10-11.50||Orthodontics → Abstract
Digital technology has changed the way we work in multiple ways also in orthodontics. Orthodontic study plaster models were the center of treatment planning. Nowadays, digital models are gaining popularity due to their advantages over plaster in storing, retrieving, and sharing. Digital technology has changed also the possibilities especially for the use of TADs (temporary anchorage devices).
Nowadays, digitally controlled insertion of TADs is possible. If it comes to the treatment and manufacturing of orthodontic appliances, the way we can communicate with our orthodontic labs is much faster using digital technology.
Additionally, orthodontic appliances can be CAD/CAM manufactured without any impressions. Last but not least, orthodontic treatment effects can now be monitored three-dimensionally.
|Benedict Wilmes, Prof. Dr.
|11.50-12.30||Game-Changing Solutions, Guided Implant Placement and Digital Implant Impression → Abstract
Game-Changing Solutions, Guided Implant Placement and Digital Implant Impression
As all we know, location, depth and angle of dental implant is so important.
Because most of time, it is impossible to change and also affects final result, long term success, and maintenance.
Static guide still have some errors and limitations but better than ‘free-hand placement’ and also can be used for flapless approach and immediate loading in limited cases. The digital impression device has become more accurate and popular, so digital Impression of Implants is widely has been used.
For digital impression of implants, there are many different ways to do. We can use scan bodies instead of impression coping or to scan prefabricated abutment directly in the oral cavity that has already registered in CAD/CAM software library in simple case.
The impression using coded healing abutment has also been introduced for a long time ago. The advantage of this method is that it is possible to make prosthesis during the period of waiting for osseointegration because the timing of impression scan of coded healing abutment is more free than other methods.
In this presentation, I would like to introduce and share digital implant workflow from clinical cases of guided implant placement and various implant digital impressions.
|Jongyub Kim, DDS, MS, CAGS, Ph.D
|13.30-13.50||The Digital Evolution in 15 Years of Implant Supported Zirconia Based Full Mouth Rehabilitations. What are the Digital Keys for Success? → Abstract
The Digital Evolution in 15 Years of Implant Supported Zirconia Based Full Mouth Rehabilitations. What are the Digital Keys for Success?
Since 2001 we are using implant supported full arch zirconia frameworks for the oral rehabilitation of edentulous patients. The workflow has dramatically changed from a more or less analog orientated procedure to a nearly full digital operated prosthodontic treatment concept.
Retrospectively it is of outmost importance to understand and to anticipate the physical properties of the material zirconia. To control the distribution of strain within the framework, to avoid the devastating effects of malocclusion is mandatory. Especially this holds true if a fixed implant based full mouth rehabilitation is the goal of the treatment.
Interestingly a new understanding of the neural implications of tooth loss connects neuroscience with the digital dental world and supports strongly the synthesis of a technical-digital and a biological -analog approach in all ceramic full mouth rehabilitations.
Several variables are influencing the long-term outcome of oral rehabilitations. A comprehensive prosthodontic planning of the outline of the framework, the passive fit of a zirconia framework in a sealed gap construction, a perio-prosthetic design for optimal cleansability, a functional pre-treatment concept to avoid functional casualties and the comprehensive digital evaluation and adjustment of the static and the dynamic occlusion have shown to be important in regard to the long-term success of zirconia based full mouth rehabilitations.
|Walter Lückerath, Prof. Dr.
|13.50-14.10||Bone Grafting and Reconstructive Surgery Protocols using Three-Dimensional Technologies → Abstract
Bone Grafting and Reconstructive Surgery Protocols using Three-Dimensional Technologies
As there are so many different reasons for bone loss in the maxilla and mandible, there is often limited bone volume for the placement of implants. Therefore the Surgeon is at a crossroad: bypass the obstacle using short or angled implants or reconstruct the bone defect to achieve the necessary bone height and width for implant placement.
Today’s new diagnostic technologies that are based on CT/CBCT imaging modalities combined with interactive surgical planning softwares and stereolithographic anatomical biomedical models can create the actual size, shape, and duplicate of a patient’s specific jaw-bone to study, plan, and simulate prior to the surgery. Using these technologies the reconstructive surgery will be more simple, fast and safer helping to choose the correct choice of surgical invasiveness. In fact, many times a more invasive reconstructive surgery allows us to place implants of appropriate diameter and length in a correct angulation to coincide with the restorative requirements, and often with a better prognosis over time.
This presentation will define and illustrate a series of new surgical protocols along with the fabrication of novel surgical guides to approach various clinical situations such as sinus augmentation, harvesting bone grafts from donor sites and placement of autologous bone blocks, and also the planning and insertion of zygomatic implants.
Following these protocols will help guide the surgical procedures first in simulation and planning, and then in the execution of every step through advanced and extraordinary technologies to achieve excellent results for our patients.
|Marco Rinaldi, Dr. med. dent.
|14.10-14.30||Guided Surgery and Narrow Implants: How to be Less Invasive → Abstract
Guided Surgery and Narrow Implants: How to be Less Invasive
Nowadays, minimally invasive approach plays a crucial role in dentistry, especially oral surgery. When we talk about implants and regenerative surgery, we must understand and be able to perform the classical techniques such as sinus lifts, ridge splits and bone block grafts. To do this, adequate knowledge of anatomy and proper surgical skills are essential.
Additionally, less invasive options exist with current technology that can increase the probability of patient acceptance while still providing quality dental care.
For this reason, we are going to analyze guided surgery and immediate loading with a prosthesis on implants in a single step. Recent advances in digital applications for implant dentistry have focused on the integration of the diagnostic phase, surgical implant placement and prosthetic reconstruction. Three-dimensional data is collected prior to treatment initiation that can be used throughout the course of treatment by fusing digital data capture of the intra-oral situation and the patient’s anatomic structure. By doing this, crucial information is available to help in arriving at a correct diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan. Subsequent planning is executed without the need for additional CBCT scanning. The prosthetic reconstruction can be planned for in advance, and implants can be delivered precisely using CT based guiding systems.
The result is a workflow that mimics how conventional treatment is delivered, while ensuring a better outcome at less cost. Finally, we will demonstrate the use of narrow diameter implants in the place of performing bone augmentation surgery to accommodate larger diameter implants. The use of these narrow diameter implants allows surgical solutions that reduce time and trauma to the patient, as well as versatility in prosthetic rehabilitation. The purpose of our surgery is delivery a correct final prosthesis from the esthetic and functional point of view .
In a traditional rehabilitation on natural abutments we have to follow a rigid protocol for obtaining a correct preparation of the natural abutment and also for the preparation and finishing of sub gingival margins well shaped and non traumatic with the preservation of the soft tissues, as well in implant rehabilitation we have to know some prosthetic concepts fundamental to achieve a good outcomes. Therefore the use of Guide surgery and Narrow implant grant us much more solutions not only in implant surgery but also in prosthetic rehabilitation.
|Domenico Baldi, Dr. med. dent.
|14.30-15.10||Minimally Invasive Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Adapting Digital Dentistry → Abstract
Minimally Invasive Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Adapting Digital Dentistry
Lately, favorable results are seen in many esthetic & functional rehabilitation cases with minimally invasive techniques. This became possible due to the development of bio-mimetic, advancement in bonding technique, and treatment using the etiological-based approach. In addition, the use of microscope has allowed us to obtain precise and predictable outcomes of my clinical cases.
The future prospective of minimally invasive full-mouth rehabilitation adapting digital approach would require the following clinical discussions:
1) There are multiple of clinical cases reported on the shift from MI to None-invasive treatment by maximize the preservation of sound tooth structures but does the tooth reduction necessary at all? Or what is the necessary designed location of the finishing line and marginal morphology? Is it a full-veneer or an additive veneer restoration? What will be the amount of tooth reductions needed for respective restoration materials?
2) In case of Bonded Porcelain Restoration (BPR), the accuracy is the essential to maximize its predictability but what would be key points in the clinical work-flow to maintain this high predictability when the digital technology replaces the traditional restoration work?
3) What will be the appropriate material selection guidance to all relevant materials between the traditional and Digital restorative works?
4) In case of the full-mouth rehabilitation treatment to grant occlusions, the test drive of a provisional restoration considering both functional and aesthetical are mandatory. However, what would be keys for the In-direct Bonded Restorations which does not suppose retention and resistance factors?
The speaker wishes to explain all of the above through his clinical cases.
|Masayuki Okawa, Dr. med. dent.
|15.10-15.40||COFFEE BREAK/ POSTER SESSION|
|15.40-16.10||Modern Trends In Implant Dentistry: Standardization – Individualization – Digitization → Abstract
Modern Trends In Implant Dentistry: Standardization – Individualization – Digitization
Recent developments in digital technology in implant dentistry now enable dentists to plan, place and restore dental implants with increased safety, accuracy and predictability.
In this context, the expectation of patients receiving implant reconstructions has exceeded functionality. Patient-centered outcomes are gaining importance in dental therapy concepts: clinical success of the overall treatment is assumed as self-evident; convenience-oriented strategies are in the focus of the patients with their growing claims.
Rather esthetic factors and economic aspects are in the foreground of the implant treatment concept. Today, the team of clinician and dental technician can choose from a variety of possibilities of individualized and prefabricated abutments in combination with dental materials, such as titanium or zirconium dioxide and various fabrication techniques.
Nevertheless, a long-term success of implant-supported reconstructions is dependent not only on the material-specific properties and manufacturing procedures, but also on a concise treatment planning including the safe implementation of all clinical therapy steps under consideration of the use of original-to-original implant components.
|Tim Joda, PD Dr. med. dent.
|16.10-16.40||Make or Buy: Cost Analysis and Pro & Cons of In-House Production → Abstract
Make or Buy: Cost Analysis and Pro & Cons of In-House Production
As part of the final exam for my Business Administration Degree, I conducted a feasibility study for a typical traditional dental laboratory located in central Germany, to define at which point (with a special focus on current and target volumes of production) it would be economically of interest to invest in a compact CNC milling machine, in an industrial
I have compared several offers for milling machines, as well as compiled and analyzed a list of material costs, together with the (very often hidden) production costs to be expected for such an investment.
Through the introduction of a real-life example, I would like now to provide you with practical tools adapted to the fields of dental technology & dentistry, which you can apply in turn to your own situation to define the expected impact, the specific advantages & inconvenients, as well as the most economically adequate option to provide your lab / surgery with a competitive advantage.
To do so, I will intend to cover the 3 following questions:
|Clemens Schwerin, MDT
|16.40-17.20||Anterior and Posterior Restorations: The Chairside CAD/CAM Experience → Abstract
Anterior and Posterior Restorations: The Chairside CAD/CAM Experience
Today’s dentist has a wide choice of restorative materials available when replacing missing or damaged tooth structures. Since introduction in dentistry of composite resins, those materials have undergone a tremendous development and their adhesive properties on both enamel and dentin have been constantly improved, allowing a more conservative approach during the tooth preparation. Patients’ demands for a more aesthetic and metal-free restoration on posterior and anterior teeth increased during the last decade focusing the interest of the dental profession towards aesthetic restorations with composite resins.
The continuous improvement of the digital CAD-CAM technology is revolutionizing the dental profession in both laboratory and dental office.
Today is possible with the chair-side CAD-CAM restorations to restore teeth in a single session saving time for the patient and dentist as well.
Numerous type of glass ceramic and composite block are nowadays available; partial and full crown restorations can be fabricated directly in dental office by the dentist.
However, it is vital that the treating clinician have a thorough understanding of the principles that lead to a successful outcome.
Naturally appearing and problem free outcome can be achieved if certain rules are followed by a conscientious operator.
|Roberto Spreafico, Dr. med. dent.
|17.20-17.50||The Real First Twenty Years of Dental CAD / CAM. 1970-1990 or the Time of the Pioneers. → Abstract
The Real First Twenty Years of Dental CAD / CAM. 1970-1990 or the Time of the Pioneers.
The medical (and dental) artificial intelligence was introduced for the first time in my DDS in 1973 “Optical Impression”. The dental CadCam is just a part of it. This part was also launched at the same time iin USA. The result was 10 years friendly struggle between France and USA and more than 50 lectures and publications but also 5 theses approached the matter.
It has been only with the realization of the first extrados (Paris – 1983) and then the first crown in the mouth (ADF – 1985) outside laboratory and in congress that I was able to demonstrate the veracity of my invention. After these 15 years of work, the first Cerec (1985) appeared, which milled the intrados of inlay, the Celay (1986) machining a complete inlay by palpation and Procera (1987) for copings.
All the other teams (Rekow, Tsutsumi … only had laboratory results).
The first CAD / CAM system entered the dental offices in November 1987 (Hennson Int.) In the current Chairside configuration: camera, CAD / CAM and small machining center. While other systems were still in their infancy (Cerec, Procera) or did not exist (3M, 3 Shapes, Dental Wings), Hennson already realized crowns, bridges, inlay, onlay … in Static and dynamic occlusion … and the first implants and ODF brackets.
It will take another 20 years and 2010 to regain the same level of perfomance.
|François Duret, Prof. Dr.
|17.50-17.55||Final Remarks||Carlo Marinello, Prof. em. Dr.
Registration for the 3rd Annual Meeting
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December 8-9, 2017, Marriott Hotel Berlin, Germany
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Prof. Dr. Carlo Marinello
President IADDM, Basel, Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Carlo P. Marinello, M.S.
Prof. Marinello passed his Board examination from the University of Zurich. He spent one year as a General Dentist in a Pediatric Clinic. From 1977-1981 he served as Assistant Professor and acting head of the Dental Public Health Clinic; from 1981-1989 he was Assistant Professor, Department of Fixed and Removable Prosthodontics and Dental Material Sciences (Prof. P. Schärer), University of Zurich.
In 1989 he fulfilled his Habilitation Thesis and became Associate Professor at the same Department. In 1989-1990 he also served as a Visiting Research Professor, Department of Periodontology (Prof. J. Lindhe), at the University of Gothenburg where he received his Master of Science degree in 1995.
From 1991-1995 he was Associate Professor and Head of Periodontology, Department of Preventive Dentistry, Periodontology and Cariology at the University of Zurich. Since 1995 he is full-time Professor and Chairman of the Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Temporomandibular Disorders at the Dental School of the University of Basel.
In 2003 he received the Distinguished Lecturer Award from the American College of Prosthodontics and in 2012 the Distinguished Lecturer Award from The Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics. In 2006, 2009 and 2011 he was awarded by the students as the Teacher of The Year.
In 2008 he received by the Pierre Fauchard Academy the Elmer S. Best Memorial Award. He is a past-president of the American Prosthodontic Society.
Prof. Dr. Wael Att
Program Chair, Freiburg, Germany
Prof. Dr. Wael Att, DDS, Dr Med Dent, PhD
Prof. Att is the Director of Postgraduate Program at the Department of Prosthodontics, Dental School, University of Freiburg. He is a board-certified prosthodontist from the German Society of Prosthodontics and Biomaterials (DGPro) and serves as the President of the Prosthodontics Group of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) as well as the President of the Arabian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (ARAED).
Prof. Att obtained his DDS degree in 1997 from Tishreen University and received the Dr Med Dent (2003) and PhD (2010) degrees as well as the title of extraordinary professor (2013) from the University of Freiburg. He was a visiting a Visiting Assistant Professor from 2005 to 2007 at the Weintraub Center for Reconstructive Biotechnology, UCLA School of Dentistry.
Prof. Att’s teaching and clinical activities focus on perio-prosthetic rehabilitation of multidisciplinary cases as well as the implementation of digital technologies in reconstructive dentistry.
Prof. Dr. Esam Tashkandi
Program Chair, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Prof. Dr. Esam Tashkandi
1989 Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree with honors from the College of Dentistry at King Saud University.
1993 Master of Science and Certificate of Clinical Specialty in Prosthodontics from the School of Dentistry at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
1994 Postgraduate program in Implant Dentistry from the School of Dentistry at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
1996 Fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh, Scotland.
1999 Doctor of Philosophy in Oral Health Sciences from the School of Dentistry at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
Previously, he has served as the Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics at the College of Dentistry in King Saud University.
Presently, he is working as an Associate Professor and the Vice Dean for Quality and Development and Director of the Nobel Biocare University Partner Program for Undergraduate Dental Implant Education.
Dr. Tashkandi, is a Visiting Professor at the Albert-Ludwig Freiburg University in Germany. He is an Adjunct Scientist at the Houston Center of Biomaterials and Biomimetics of the University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston. Dr. Tashkandi serves on the editorial board of multiple international dental journals.
Dr. Domenico Baldi
Dr. Domenico Baldi
Doctor: Domenico Baldi born in Genoa, Italy on February 2nd , 1963.
Graduated Physician (M.D) 1987 with honors at Genoa School of Medicine .
Specialized D.D.S. 1990 at University of Genoa.
Learned 1998 in Implantology at Pisa School of Medicine.
Adjunct Professor at the University of Genoa
Prosthodontics and Implantology Professor in a High Level course at the University of Genoa
Professor in the Surgery High Level Course at La Sapienza-University of Rome
Prosthodontics and Implantology Professor in a International Master at the University of Genoa
Several scientific articles published
Speaker in several national and international congresses
SIOPI (Italian Society for Implantology and Prosthodontics) Member
QDT-quintessence of dental technology-(Italian edition) Editorial Board Member
IPA (International Piezo Surgery Academy) Active and Founding Member
SRPDMF (Societăţii Române de Protetică Dentară si Maxilo-Facială ) Honorary Member
EAED (European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry) Affiliate Member
ICP (International College of Prosthodontists) Constituent Member
IADDM (International Academy for Digital Dental Medicine) Active Member
IPA (International Piezo Surgery Academy) President 2014-2016
Private practice in Genoa
Prof. Dr. Byung-Ho Choi
Prof. Dr. Byung-Ho Choi
1982 ~ 1985 Training at the Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Dept., Yonsei University, Korea
1991 Ph Degree at Freiburg University, Germany
1992~ present Professor, Wonju College of Medicine, Yonsei University
2010 Flapless Implantology. English edition, Quintessence Publishing Company.
2012 Flapless Implantology. French edition, Quintessence Publishing Company.
2015 Digital Flapless Implantology. JeeSung Publishing Company.
Prof. Dr. François Duret
Prof. Dr. François Duret
Professor François Duret has a threefold training: Biochemist (science), Dentist and Periodontologist (Dental) and PhD in Gastroenterology (Medicine).
Assistant Professor in Lyon then Professor of Research and Chairman in USA (USA), he occupied these last 15 years as Visiting Professor in Japan (NDU) and then in Montpellier (France). At the age of 22 (in 1970), in his dental sophomore year, he devised the concept of artificial intelligence, including CAD / CAM in dentistry. He was recognized as the inventor of this technology, after 15 years of hard work, when he realize, in live, the first crown (Paris / ADF 1985).
We owe him many other inventions (more than 60 patents) such as fibrous post, virtual articulators, rapid polymerisation, structured heterogeneous materials or other spectro-colorimeters or electrophoretic bleaching.
He has his own research laboratory and has received the highest honors of the French President: National Order of Merit (at 35 years) and The French Légion d'honneur (2015)
Dr. Galip Gurel
Dr. Galip Gurel
Dr. Galip Gurel graduated from the University of Istanbul, Dental School in 1981. He continued his education at the University of Kentucky, Department of Prosthodontics. Received his MSc degree from Yeditepe University in, Istanbul.
Dr. Gurel is the founder and the honorary president of EDAD (Turkish Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry).
He is the past president of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED) for 2011 & 2012.
He is also a member of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics (ASDA) and American Academy of Restorative Dentistry (AARD) and the honorary diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD) .
PD Dr. Tim Joda
PD Dr. Tim Joda
Dr. Joda works as Research Associate and Program Director of Postgraduate Education at the Department of Reconstructive Dentistry and Gerodontology at the University of Bern, Switzerland.
In addition, he is the Head of the Section for Digital Reconstructive Technology + Implant Dentistry [DiRecT+ID].
Dr. Joda is triple-trained and Board Certified as Specialist in Prosthodontics, Implant Dentistry and Periodontology; and has gained a MSc Degree in Prosthetic Dentistry & Biomaterials.
Dr. Joda was a Visiting Assistant Professor at Harvard School of Dental Medicine Boston/ USA in 2014. Moreover, he has been appointed as Associate Professor at the University of Siena/ Italy since 2016.
His main clinical interests are fixed implant treatment protocols. Dr. Joda initiated numerous projects in the field of digital dental technologies and optimization of implant workflows.
He received several peer-reviewed research grants as principle investigator and has won research prizes from the Swiss Boards of Reconstructive Dentistry (SSRD) and Implantology (SGI).
Dr. Jongyub Kim
Dr. Jongyub Kim
Dr. Jongyub Kim graduated from Dan-kook University Dental School in 1996. He finished oral and maxillofacial surgery residency at the same institution from 1996 to 2000. He also had postdoctoral prosthodoctics training at Boston University, Henry M. Goldman school of Dental Medicine from 2004 to 2007.
Presently, he is working as a director of Global Academy of Osseointegration (private institute for dentist) and an adjunct professor of Catholic university medical school, Dan-kook University Dental school, Ehaw women's university medical school, Korea university medical school, etc.
He in a co-author of 'Minimally Invasive Sinus Surgery (Well publishing)' published in 2016.
As a trained Oral surgeon and Prosthodontist, his practice is mainly focus on Implant dentistry and Digital dentistry.
Mr. Henri Lenn
Mr. Henri Lenn
After the tertiary education of Economics and Behavioural Science in Australia further education was continued in Germany in the field of Dental Technology.
Joining the Dental Industry by performing several contracts and activities for marketing research and Product Management Henri Lenn became founder and managing partner of Ducera Dental GmbH in Rosbach Germany.
After the acquisition of Ducera by Degussa AG he joined as director of the global Dental Unit at Degussa.
Next step was to join Heraeus Kulzer as global CEO. Since 2005 Henri Lenn joined GC first as president of GC Europe NV in charge of European, Middle East and African regions followed by Director of Global business at GC Corporation and finally till today as Executive Vice President at GC International AG.
Prof. Dr. Walter Lückerath
Prof. Dr. Walter Lückerath
Walter W. Lueckerath received his dental degree from the University of Bonn. He is a double board certified specialists in Prosthodontic Specialties from the German Society for Prosthodontics and Materials Science (DGZPW) and the German Society of Functional Diagnostics and Thera-py (DGFDT).
He received additional training at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Kentucky, the Department of Oral Biology at the University of Florida and at the Department of Myofascial Pain at the University of California, San Francisco, US. Walter Lueckerath received the award for the best scientific publication from the German Society for Functional Diagnostics and Therapy (DGFDT).
He is founder of the first European postdoctoral program to certify as Master of Science in Aesthetic-Reconstructive Dental Medicine. He is affiliate of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED) and active member of the International Academy of Digital Dental Medicine (IADDM).
W. Lueckerath maintains a full professorship at the Dept. of Prosthodontics, Preclinical Education and Materials Science at the University of Bonn and renowned publisher as well as worldwide lecturer. He has conducted more than 200 Master-Theses to receive the Master of Science in Esthetic-Reconstructive Dentistry and supervised numerous doctoral dissertations to derive the Doctor of Medical Dentistry from the University of Bonn.
Dr. Masayuki Okawa
Dr. Masayuki Okawa
1962 Born in Iwate
1987 Graduated Tohoku Dental University of Dentistry
2001 Open and maintain Clinic in Tokyo, Japan
2017 Tokyo SJCD
Vice Chairman of the Board Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry(USA, Board Member Ohu University Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Association Academic department Director Japan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Certified Dentist Japan Academy of Gnathlogy And Occlusion, Certified Dentist EAED AFFILIATE
Dr. Marco Rinaldi
Dr. Marco Rinaldi
He has developed a specific experience in Reconstructive Surgery, using 3D Technologies. He has contributed to international studies and reseaches on Computer Guided Implantology and Sterolithographic Models.
President of Computer Aided Implantology Academy in 2015-2016, President of SimPlant Academy Italy in 2012, Active Member of IADDM, Active Member of Academy of Osseontegration.
He is a Member of the Editorial Board of the "Cone Beam International Magazine of Cone Beam Dentistry".
As an international speaker, he has taken active part in national and international courses, seminars and congresses and he is the Author of a large number of scientific publications and of some books including: "Computer Guided Applications for Dental Implants, Bone Graft and Reconstructive Surgery" Published by Elsevier in U.S.A. in 2015 and translated into Spanish an Chinese.
Dr Rinaldi works as Implantologist and Oral Surgeon in Bologna, at Villalba Hospital and in his Dental Clinic.
Clemens Schwerin, MDT
Clemens Schwerin, MDT
Degree: Master Dental Technician (ZTM), graduated in Business Administration of the Hamburg Chamber of Crafts (Betriebswirt HWK)
Current position: working as a Master Dental Technician for the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) of Munich, Lecturer for the Master Dental Technician Degree of the Hamburg Chamber of Crafts at the Elbcampus
Following his studies at the Technical Secondary School, Clemens Schwerin decided to follow in his father's footsteps and started his apprenticeship as a Dental Technician. Shortly after, he chose to specialize and attended the CAD/CAM Curriculum Course at the LMU University of Munich to better combine the digital competences to the classic trade. Moved by the desire to gain an overall understanding of the dental technician processes and a digital in-depth knowledge, he then joined the renowned Laboratory "Dental Steger" in South Tyrol, where he started to work closely with and benefit from Enrico Steger's long experience in dental technology. Beside his work as a Dental Technician, Clemens discovered in Italy his passion for adult professional training as a lecturer for Zirkonzahn, giving numerous courses and conferences worldwide. In 2015, he returned to Germany to complete his Master Dental Technician Degree at the Elbcampus in Hamburg under the leadership of Jürgen Mehlert, as well as a Business Administration Degree, currently the German highest Degree for Craftsmen. Clemens is now working in Munich at the LMU University Dental Laboratory led by Josef Schweiger but he regularly goes back to his former school as a Lecturer for the Master Dental Technician Degree of the Hamburg Chamber of Crafts.
Dr. Roberto Spreafico
Roberto Carlo Spreafico, DM, DMD
Dr Roberto Spreafico obtained his DM degree at Turin University, Italy, in 1982. In 1986, he obtained a DMD degree, at Geneva University, Switzerland. He is now a private practitioner, in Busto-Arsizio, near Milan, Italy.
He is active member of: Accademia Italiana di Conservativa, European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, founder and active member of Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, founder of Digital Dental Academy, Associate Editor of “European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry”. Member of the editorial board of: Journal of Adhesive Dentistry; Dr Spreafico presently conducts a number of courses in the field of esthetic dentistry throughout Italy and abroad.
He is also author of numerous clinical papers on this topic. Author of 16 book chapters . Co-authored the book ” Adhesive Metal-Free Restorations : current concepts for the esthetic treatment of posterior teeth.” by Quintessence Publishing Group (1997).
Prof. Dr. Benedict Wilmes
Prof. Dr. Benedict Wilmes
Dr. Wilmes did a postgraduate training in oral surgery at the Department of Maxillofacial Surgery at University of Muenster, Germany. Subsequently, he received a postgraduate degree in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics at the University of the Duesseldorf, Germany. In 2013 he became Professor at the Department of Orthodontics at the University of Duesseldorf.
Dr. Wilmes has published more than 100 articles and textbook chapters. He is reviewer of numerous journals including the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and the Angle Orthodontist. Dr. Wilmes has held more than 250 lectures and courses in 50 different countries all over the world.
His primary interest is in the area of non-compliant and invisible orthodontic treatment strategies (TADs, lingual orthodontics and aligner).
Dr. Wilmes is a Visiting Associate Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA. He was awarded the First Prize of the German Orthodontic Society in 2007 and the First Prize of the European Orthodontic Society in 2009.
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