1st Annual Meeting of the International Academy for Digital Dental Medicine
1st Annual Meeting of the International Academy for Digital Dental Medicine

Park Hyatt Zürich, Zürich, Schweiz

Zielgruppe: Zahnärzte, Zahntechniker, Praxis-Teams
Fortbildungspunkte: 8

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Wissenschaftliche Leitung:
Prof. Dr. Carlo P. Marinello, PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jörg Strub
Freitag, 13.11.2015
Welcome Adress of the President, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jörg Strub
Introduction, Prof. Dr. Carlo P. Marinello, PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger
This seminar will address the importance of tissue management from planning, therapy and techology perspectives. Both teeth- and implant- supported restorations require careful management of soft tissue architecture for provision of optimal restorations. Suggestions for the intraoperative management of tissues, the design of prostheses and the replacement of missing soft tissues will be provided.
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. In addition, new prosthetic techniques (digital printing and milling) and materials are available today that can result in a superior restoration for the patient.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to:
1. Discuss how digital data acquisition and planning can help establish the potential outcome as well as limits of any proposed treatment.
2. Understand the various entry- and exit points of the digital workflow based on their preference and availability of digital equipment.
3. Apply a materials selection algorithm to select the most appropriate dental materials for the various indications.
Imaging is the most important diagnostic tool in dentistry. In many countries, a quarter or more of all radiodiagnostic images even derive from dentomaxillofacial radiology. Until today, this remains predominantly focused on two-dimensional diagnostics. Yet, since the introduction of the first dental CBCT in the nineties, the market in 3-D imaging has been exponentially growing. The inherently low costs, its compact size and its simple operation, render dental CBCT actually into a popular must-have machine. More than 80 different CBCT devices are nowadays available on the European market and this exponential growth has created a gap between scientific literature and available hardware. Indeed, research evidence for one CBCT machine may not automatically apply to other equipment. The huge range in dose and diagnostic image performance still demands optimization and justification for appropriate use. Yet, the indications are wide and not solely limited to the diagnostic aspects of CBCT. Indeed, the massive success of 3D CBCT for dental applications, may also be related to its ultimate role in fully integrated presurgical planning for a wide range of oral and maxillofacial surgical procedures (oa oral implant placement, tooth autotransplantation, orthognatic surgery,...). Amongst the inherent advantages of 3D datasets are the possibilities of integration of various sources of information deriving from other partners in the team, rendering CBCT as the clinical communication vehicle of the 21st century.
The application of CAD/CAM technology for the fabrication of definitive restorations has been growing rapidly with the increased demand for esthetics as well as efficiency. Currently, precision-milled, high-density acrylate polymer provisional restorations also have become available.
Furthermore, digital technology generated optimum anterior tooth position, size and shape matching with facial automatically.
In this time, I would like to add one more critical point about framework design for avoiding tip to veneering porcelain from coping.
3D Engineering in Dento-Facial Rehabilitation., Prof. Dr. Wael Att
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Digital Articulators - But Were Afraid to Ask, Prof. Dr. Luigi M. Gallo
Going beyond by additive manufacturing - new clinical significance of digital planning, PD Dr. Harald Essig
Are Stronger, Stiffer and Tougher Ceramics Required or Digital Dentistry?, Prof. Dr. Michael Vincent Swain ,PhD
Milling so 2014, Prof. Dr. Daniel Wismeijer
Master Dental Technician and visionary Enrico Steger will be weighing the pros and cons of digital vs. conventional dental technology and take the audience on a journey into the world of digital dentistry: What options do we have, do they all make sense, and where will dental technology be headed tomorrow? How much of the work can be taken over by technology? What are the advantages of digital production methods, and where will manual work still pay off?
The presentation will offer insights into the transformation of the profession of the dental technician, examine everyday laboratory life in the digital age, and try to find solutions for the best possible synthesis of the digital and the conventional. Mr. Steger will present innovative technologies such as 3D facial scanners, that make it possible to work based on the patient's physiognomy, and hence enable a better teamwork between dentists and dental technicians. While the technician is able to create the restoration based on the patient's face, the dentist gets an almost photo-realistic preview of the result. The facial scans are ideally combined with the PlaneFinder® invented by master dental technician Udo Plaster. This is an important part of Plaster's concept of holistic tooth restorations, the so-called PlaneSystem®, which takes into account new facial features as alignment points for model transferring.
Enrico Steger, who is known as a man of visions, will provide an outlook on the future of the profession of the dental technician and its related new technologies.
Computerized restorative dentistry - actual state and possibilities, PD Dr. Andreas Bindl
A perspective on the development of CAD-CAM restorations, Prof. Dr. W. Mörmann
Park Hyatt Zürich, Beethovenstr. 21, 8002 Zürich, Schweiz, Tel.: +41 43 883 1234, Fax: +41 43 883 1235, E-Mail: zurich.park@hyatt.com, www.zurich.park.hyatt.ch

Wissenschaftliche Leitung:
Prof. Dr. Carlo P. Marinello, PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jörg Strub
Prof. Dr. Wael Att
Freiburg, Deutschland

Prof. Dr. Wael Att, geboren 1975 in Damaskus (Syrien), studierte von 1992 bis 1997 Zahnmedizin in Syrien und erhielt in 1997 den DDS am gleichen Ort.
Von 1998 bis 2000 arbeitete er als Assistent an der Abteilung für Mund-, Gesicht- und Kieferchirurgie des Tishreen Krankenhauses, Damaskus, Syrien.
2000-2003 Postgraduate Program an der Abteilung für Zahnärztliche Prothetik der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Deutschland. Von 2003-2005 arbeitet er als Assistent an der gleichen Abteilung und erhielt 2003 den Dr. Med. Dent.
2004 Qualifiziert fortgebildeter Spezialist für Prothetik der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Prothetische Zahnmedizin und Biomaterialien e.V. (DGPro).
2005-2007 weilte er als Visiting Assistant Professor an dem Jane and Jerry Weintraub Center for Reconstructive Biotechnology, Division of Advanced Prosthodontics, Biomaterials, and Hospital Dentistry, UCLA School of Dentistry, Los Angeles (USA).
Seit 2007 ist er Oberarzt an der Klinik für Zahnärztliche Prothetik des Universitätsklinikums Freiburg (Ärztlicher Direktor: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. J.R. Strub) und leitet das Postgraduiertenprogramm.
Prof. Dr. Att hat sich in 2010 habilitiert und erhielt den Titel Dr Med Dent Habil.
2013 Verleihung der Bezeichnung "Ausserplanmäßiger Professor" der Universität Freiburg.
PD Dr. Andreas Bindl
Zürich, Schweiz

1988 - 1994 Studium der Zahnmedizin, Zahnklinik Süd, Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin
1994 Staatsexamen der Zahnmedizin, Approbation als Zahnarzt
1994 Promotion zum Dr. med. dent., Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin "Zytotoxikologische Untersuchung von Dentaladhäsiven: Agar-Diffusionsprüfung"
1994 Assistent in einer Privatpraxis in Berlin
1994 - 1997 Assistent an der Station für Zahnfarbene & Computer Restaurationen (Prof. Dr. W.H. Mörmann), Klinik für Präventivzahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Kariologie des Zentrums für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde der Universität Zürich
1994 - 2005 Spezialisierungsprogramm in restaurativer Zahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Endodontie im Nebenfach, Klinik für Präventivzahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Kariologie
seit 1996 Klinischer und vorklinischer Instruktor für restaurative Zahnmedizin, restaurative Computerzahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Endodontie
seit 1997 Oberassistent & Klinikchef der Station für Zahnfarbene & Computer Restaurationen, Klinik für Präventivzahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Kariologie
seit 1997 Lehraufträge an der medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Zürich für restaurative Zahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Endodontie & restaurative Computerzahnmedizin
2006 Habilitation (Venia Legendi) an der Universität Zürich für das Fach "Zahnmedizin unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der restaurativen Computer Zahnmedizin"
seit 2007 Übernahme der Station für Zahnfarbene & Computer-Restaurationen, Weiterführung als Praxis am Zürichberg Teilzeitanstellung (25%) an der Klinik für Präventivzahnmedizin, Parodontologie und Kariologie des Zentrums für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde der Universität Zürich. Lehr- und Forschungsschwerpunkte: Restaurative Computerzahnmedizin, CAD/CAM-Verfahren, CAD/CAM-Materialien, 3D Röntgen & Implantatplanung, Implantologie, Implantatprothetik
Prof. Dr. Lyndon Cooper
Chapel Hill, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika

PD Dr. Harald Essig
Zürich, Schweiz

Prof. Dr. Luigi M. Gallo
Zürich, Schweiz

Prof. Dr. Reinhilde Jacobs
Leuven, Belgien

Reinhilde Jacobs is dentist, Doctor in Dental Sciences (PhD University of Leuven), periodontologist (KU Leuven) and Master in Dental Radiology (University of London). She is full professor at the University of Leuven and visiting professor at the Dalian Medical University in China. R. Jacobs is heading the omfs impath research group of the KU Leuven, being responsible for research, education and clinical activities in the field of dentimaxillofacial radiologie. She is European Director of the International Association of DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology, past president of the European Academy of DentoMaxilloFacial Radiology, programme director of the diagnostic science group of the International Association Dental Research and EAO board member. She is associate editor of Clinical Oral Investigations, European Journal of Oral Implantology, and Oral Radiology, meanwhile being editorial board member of Clinical Oral Implant Research, Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, Imaging Science in Dentistry and Oral Surgery Oral Medicine Oral Pathology Oral Radiology. She has received the D Collen Research Travel Award (1994), the IADR Young Investigators Award (1998) and the Belgian Joachim Award in the Odontostomatology (1999). In 2013, she received a Dr Honoris Causa at the "Iuliu Hatieganu" University of Medicine and Pharmacy in Cluj-Napoca. She is involved in many multidisciplinary and interuniversity research collaborations, with a specific focus on oral implant physiology and imaging research. She has been actively participating in European projects (ref. Minosquare, Osteodent, SedentexCT) and is currently coordinator of Dimitra. She is (co) author of 5 books and more than 200 publications in peer-reviewed journals besides multiple invited lectures and publications in other journals or books.
Prof. Dr. Carlo P. Marinello
Basel, Schweiz

Prof. Dr. W. Mörmann
Zürich, Schweiz

Dr. Roberto Spreafico
Busto Arsizio, Italien

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, Associate Editor of "European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry". Member of the editorial board of: Journal of Adhesive Dentistry; Practical Procedures & Aesthetic 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 7 book chapters. Co-authored the book "Adhesive Metal-Free Restorations : current concepts for the esthetic treatment of posterior teeth." by Quintessence Publishing Group (1997).
PD Dr. Dr. Bernd Stadlinger
Zürich, Schweiz

ZTM Enrico Steger
Bozen, Italien

geboren in Sand in Taufers (Südtirol)
Abschluss der 5-jährigen Zahntechnikerschule in Bozen, Südtirol
1981 Gründung des eigenes Dentallabors Steger
Buchautor von "Die anatomische Kaufläche", erschienen im Quintessenz-Verlag
2003 Gründung des Unternehmens Zirkonzahn
Entwicklung des manuellen Zirkonfräsgeräts, des CAD/CAM Systems 5-TEC, des monolithischen Zahnersatzes und der Prettau® Bridge
Konzeption diverser Zirkonfräskurse
als "Visionär der Zahntechnik" Referent auf weltweiten Dentalkongressen
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Jörg Strub

1948 Geburt
verheiratet, ein Kind
1968 - 1974 Studium der Zahnmedizin in Basel/Zürich (Schweiz)
1975 Erhalt des Dr. med. dent. von der Universität Zürich, Schweiz
1978 Verleihung des Facharztes für Parodontologie durch die Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Parodontologie
1982 - 1983 Aufenthalt als Visiting Assistant Professor an der Tulane University (Dept. of Biomaterials) und der Louisiana State University (Dept. of Dental Materials) in New Orleans, USA
1982 - 1988 Oberassistent und Co-Direktor des Postgraduate Programs für Perioprothetik an der Universität Zürich
1985 Habilitation an der Universität Zürich, Schweiz
seit 1988 Professor und Ärztlicher Direktor der Abteilung für Zahnärztliche Prothetik der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Deutschland
1994 Verleihung des Facharztes für Prothetik durch die Zahnärztliche Prothetische Gesellschaft der Schweiz
1996 Tätigkeit als Visiting Clinical Professor an der Osaka University (Dept. Of Fixed Prosthodontics) in Osaka, Japan
seit 2005 Studiendekan Zahnmedizin der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg, Deutschland
2008 Verleihung des Dr. h.c. durch die National and Kapodistrian University, Athen, Griechenland
Prof. Dr. Michael Vincent Swain ,PhD

Academic qualifications: B.Sc(Hons) 1969, PhD (1973) Years as a practising researcher: 39 years
Honours/distinctions/membership of societies, insti tutions, committees:

Alexander von Humboldt Senior Research Fellowship 2001.
Thomsen Scientific Award for Scientific citation fr om Australia 2001.
Education and Research Award from the Australian Ceramic Society.
1988 Professional positions held: (years, position, institution, activity)
Professor of Biomaterials (P/T), University of Sydn ey, Sydney, 1999- Teaching under-graduate and post-graduate courses i n dental materials, supervising post-graduate research projects for bot h specialist dental course students as well as PhD students. Developing novel teaching tasks for graduate students undertaking Bachelor of Dental Surgery degrees. Sup ervising engineering students in a wide range of topics related to numerical modelli ng of dental topics including stresses within the mandible developed by orthodont ic loading, bone remodelling about prosthodontic bridge structures and implants. Wide range of topics investigated by dental students including advanced ceramics, nano-mechanical properties of teeth, carious lesions in enamel and dentine, glass ionomer cements, adhesion and composite resin shrinkage.
Professor of Biomaterials (P/T), University of Otag o, Dunedin, 2003- Teaching under-graduate courses in dental materials to bachelor of dental surgery students, dental technology and oral health students. Teaching post-graduate courses to clinical dental specialist course studen ts and dental technology students. 2 Initiating final year dental technology project base course. Supervising post-graduate research projects of dental specialist and PhD stud ents on a variety of topics including M IH enamel, maintenance materials issues with implant supported dentures, microCT calibration of carious lesions, l aser interaction with teeth, numerical modelling of the mandible and solder rela ted failure of noble alloys. Professor, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sydney,
1998-2004 Teaching under-graduate courses in Materials Engine ering and research activities in thin films, dental materials and biom aterials including teeth and bone . Range of post-graduate students investigating nano- indentation of materials, novel rheological devices, thermal shock, damage and defo rmation of zirconia ceramics. CSIRO, Division of Applied Physics, Lindfield, NSW Australia.
Chief Research Scientist 1994 to 1998 Senior Principal Research Scientist, 1990-1994 In charge of surface mechanics group and developer of a nano-indentation system plus a novel micro-rheometer. Pioneered the use of spherical tipped indenters to evaluate the stress strain behaviour of material s and the submicron range. Showed the ability of spherical indenters to quantify stre ss induced phase transformations in silicon. I dentified deformation modes in brittle thin films.
CSIRO Division of Materials Science, Melbourne, Vic Australia Research Scientist, 1979 to 1981 Senior Research Scientist, 1982 to 1986 Principal Research Scientist, 1986 to 1989 I nvolved in advanced ceramics and associated with th e development of partially stabilised zirconia ceramics. Made major contributi ons to the understanding of stress-induced phase transformation and associated mechanical properties of ceramics.
Max Planck Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Materia ls Science, Stuttgart, Germany 1981 Research on advanced ceramics, role of grain size o f alumina on toughness, determined factors affecting measured toughness of alumina-zirconia ceramics.
Research Scientist, Saint Gobain Industries, Paris, France 1977 to 1978 Research on the cutting and breaking of glass and t he influence of nickel sulphide stones on spontaneous fracture of tempered glass.
Research Fellow, Cavendish Laboratory, University o f Cambridge, 1975 to 1977 Research on contact and impact deformation of hard and fluidic objects on the fracture behaviour of brittle materials.
Research Scientist, Martin Marietta Corporation, Ba ltimore, Md, USA 1973 to 1975 Research on the role of fluids on the deformation a nd machinability of ceramics and minerals.
Post-graduate student, University of NSW, 1969 to 19 73 Research thesis; Physics of brittle fracture of sil icate materials
Prof. Dr. Daniel Wismeijer
Amsterdam, Niederlande

Studied dentistry at the University of Nijmegen Dental School from 1979-1984. After graduating he joined the department of Oral Function and worked in de section of special dental care and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics. He received his PhD in 1996 on the subject of overdentures on dental implants; "The Breda Implant Overdenture Study". In that year he left Academia. From 1985 till 2006 he worked at the Amphia teaching Hospital in Breda in the department of Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics. In 1985 he started a general dental practice which since 1990 is a referral practice for Oral Implantology. Has been president of the Dutch Prosthodontic Association and the Dutch Association for Gnathology. He is an ITI fellow since 1993. In the ITI he has served as a member of the ITI education Core Group for 8 years. Since 2012 he is a member of the ITI research committee in 2013 has been elected as an ITI board member at large and since 2015 he has been elected chairman of the ITI education committee. In 2006 he accepted the position of Professor of Oral Implantology and Prosthetic Dentistry at ACTA Amsterdam which he combines with his referral practice. He is the head of the section of Oral Implantology and Prosthetic Dentistry . The research areas in his section are focused on "CAD/CAM treatment optimization", "Digital Dentistry, treatment evaluation and workflow" ," implant surface and bone substitute optimization" "peri-implantitis" as well as " the evaluation of different implant based treatment modalities".
Dr. Peter Wöhrle
Newport Beach, Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika

Dr. Peter Wöhrle received his DMD cum laude and Master of Medical Sciences in Oral Biology from Harvard University. Additionally, he completed an advanced education program in Prosthodontics and an advanced education program in Implant Dentistry at Harvard, and a four-year certified dental technician program in Switzerland.

While at Harvard, he worked with his mentor, Dr. Paul Schnitman, on the groundbreaking concept of immediate loading with endosseous implants. Once in private practice, Dr. Wöhrle applied these principles to the concept of immediate tooth replacement in the esthetic
zone. Currently he is actively involved in optimizing the digital workflow as it relates to Implant Dentistry.

He is a member of the Academy of Osseointegration, the European Academy of
Osseointegration, the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and the American College of
Prosthodontists. He is renowned as one of a few dentists worldwide with formal training in the interrelated fields of implant surgery, prosthodontics, and laboratory technology.
Prof. Dr. Masao Yamazaki
Tokio, Japan

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