WORKSHOPS

NOTE:  WORKSHOPS REGISTRATION MUST BE FOR ACTIVE SDS MEMBER.

CAD/CAM Chair-Side Adhesives Restorations

SPEAKER: Dr. Filippo Del Curto
DATE   :  13 January 2018, Sunday 

Location ..College of Dentistry, King Saud University
Classroom 440057(Phantom Lab)

Time : 9:00 – 4:30

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Do cavity preparation for adhesive restorations
  • Do digital impression and computer aided design of the CAD/CAM restorations
  • Do the adhesive cementation
  • Do aesthetic individualization and repair the adhesive restorations

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·        Intro, Principle of Tooth Prep, For CAD/CAM Adhesive Restorations

·        Choice of Materials, Ceramic or Composite Resin?

·        Individualization And Adhesive Cementation

10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm ·        Cavity Prep

·        Digital Impression

12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Computer Aided Design / Milling

·        Extra-Oral Modification of Monolithic Blocks

·        Adhesive Cementation

·        Esthetic Improvement / Individualization After Cementation

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End Of The Program

Prevention and Management of Trigeminal Nerve Injuries

SPEAKER: Prof. Tara Frances Reton
DATE : 12 January 2019, Saturday

Location : Classroom 5, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh
Time : 9:00 am – 5:30 pm

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able t0:

  • To inform the delegate on how to risk assess, modify operative and follow protocols to prevent dental treatment related nerve injuries
  • To inform the delegate how to confirm a trigeminal sensory nerve injury
  • To educate the delegate on current evidence base on managing trigeminal nerve injuries

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Update on Orofacial Neuropathic Pain
10:00am-11:00am Patient Perspective of Iatrogenic Neuropathy
11:00am-12:00pm Pathophysiology of Nerve Injuries and Classification
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-02:00pm Prevention of Endo Related Nerve Injuries
02:00pm-03:00pm Prevention of Endo Related Nerve Injuries
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm Diagnosis of Trigeminal Nerve Injury
04:30pm-05:30pm Management of Trigeminal Nerve Injury

Soft tissues management in esthetic zone

     SPEAKER: Dr. Manuel Ribera
DATE   : 13 January 2019, Sunday

Location : Classroom 3, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh
Time : 9:00 – 5:30

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Acquire concepts in periodontal plastic surgery and mucogingival surgery for achieve optimal and predictable aesthetic outcome on implants in aesthetic zone
  • Manage of provisional restorations and learn how gain soft tissue
  • Learn step by step techniques and procedures to build up peri-implant soft tissue
  • Learn evaluate clinical decision in plastic surgery based on sicientific evidence

Course Program:

Time Topics
09:00am-10:00am Etiology, Diagnostic And Surgical Treatment Of Esthetic Problems In Implants
10:00am-11:00am Techniques Of Periodontal Plastic Surgery: Free Gingival Graft, Subepitelial Connective Tissue, Coronally Positioned Flap
11:00am-12:00pm Techniques To Increase Keratinized Mucosa
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-02:00pm Hands On: Practice Sessions On Pig’s Head: Flap Design In Aesthetic: Incision And Suturing
02:00pm-03:00pm Hands On: Practice Sessions On Models: Esthetic Prosthesis: Provisional Design For Crown And Abutment
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm Immediate Placement: Protocol, Loading And Provisionals

Abutment, Pontic And Emergence Profile: Soft Tissue Management

04:30pm-05:30pm Discussion Of Clinical Cases

Professional Communication for Dentists

     SPEAKER: Dr. Aref AlAbed
DATE   : 14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Asir Hall Ritz Carlton Riyadh
Time : 10:30-11:00
DATE   : 15 January 2019, Tuesday
Location .Classroom 440057, College of Dentistry, KSU

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Define communication & the 3 key components of communication
  • Provide technical steps to build rapport with patient.
  • Differentiate between empathy & sympathy with patient & build an empathy tips.
  • Discuss the different personality styles & identify the best way to understand people.
  • Conduct role-play how to breaking bad news for a patient
  • Provide practical tips to communicate with different type of patients.

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Ice Breaking & Introduction
10:00am-11:00am Communication Definition & 3 V’s
11:00am-12:00pm Listening & Questions Types
12:00am-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00am-02:00pm Empathy, Sympathy, Rapport In Communication
02:00am-03:00pm Role Play – Breaking Bad News
03:00am-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30am-04:30pm Personal Test – Personality Profiling
04:30am-05:30pm Role Play Personality Profiling

Art of Public Speaking for Professional Speakers

     SPEAKER: Dr. Aref AlAbed
DATE   :  14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Asir Hall Riltz Carlton Riyadh
Time : 9:00 – 5:30
DATE   :  16 January 2019, Wednesday
Location : Classroom 440057, College of Dentistry, KSU

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Define “public speaking”.
  • Summarize the skills a speaker should have in terms of leadership and communication skills.
  • List down the steps of preparing for a public speech.
  • Explain how stage fright can be overcome.
  • Find how a speaker can understand audience.
  • Illustrate “training cycle” and “kolb’s learning cycle”.
  • Explain the methods of introducing and concluding a public speech.
  • Discuss the criteria of an effective slides presentation.

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Ice Break & Introduction
10:00am-11:00am Speakers Competencies (Leadership & Communication)
11:00am-12:00pm Introduction Types & Styles
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-2:00pm Techniques To Overcome Fear
02:00pm-3:00pm Summary Types & Technique
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm Training Cycle & Learning Cycle
04:30pm-05:30pm Professional Slides

Ceramic Veneers

     SPEAKER: Dr.NACER BEN BACHIR HASSANI
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday
Location : SDS Lab, College of Dentistry, King Saud University
Time : 9:00 – 5:30

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Do a mock-up
  • Prep a tooth for a ceramic veneer
  • Place a rubber dam
  • Cement a ceramic veneer

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Demonstration  – Silicone Index – Mock-Up – Classic & Minimal Invasive Veneers Preparation & Veneers Provisionals
10:00am-11:00am Workshop – Silicone Index Et Mock-Up
11:00am-12:00pm Workshop – Minimal Invasive Veneers Preparation
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-02:00pm Workshop – Classic Veneers Preparation & Provisional Veneers
02:00pm-03:00pm Demonstration – Rubber Dam & Bonding Veneers
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm Workshop – Rubber Dam
04:30pm-05:30pm Workshop – Bonding Veneers

What the Brain Doesn’t Know the Eyes Can’t See CBCT Imaging Interpretation Workshop

     SPEAKER: Dr. Bruno Azevedo DDS MS
DATE   :  14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Classroom 440057 – Lecture
Location : Radiology Lab – Hands-On

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand Imaging Artifacts And How To Overcome Them;
  • Use Contemporary CBCT Imaging Navigation Techniques To Minimize Interpretation Time And Maximize Diagnosis;
  • Recognize Advanced 3d Anatomy Of The Maxillofacial Area
  • Develop Differential Diagnosis For Lesions Associated With CBCT Scans

 

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Understanding CBCT Imaging Parameters
10:00am-11:00am 3d Anatomy Of The Maxillofacial Area
11:00am-12:00pm CBC Imaging Interpretation Teeth
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-02:00pm CBCT Imaging In Endodontics – Cases
02:00pm-03:00pm CBCT Imaging In Endodontics – Cases
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm CBCT Imaging In Periodontics – Cases
04:30pm-05:30pm CBCT Imaging In Oral Surgery – Cases

Ramus Block Graft in Implantology

     SPEAKER: Prof Adnan Shah
DATE   :  14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Classroom 5, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh
Time : 09:00 am  – 04:30 pm

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  1. Logical and rational approach to case selection
  2. Have good understanding of regional anatomy
  3. Physiology of bone healing
  4. Harvest ramus block graft from the mandible.

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am
  • Overview of Reconstructive Options in Bony Defects
  • Physiology Of Bone Healing And Anatomical Considerations
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm
  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Case Selection
  • Harvesting Technique
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm Hands-On Practical Session Cadevers/Models
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Lasers in Dentistry

     SPEAKER: Prof. Antonio España
DATE   : 13 January 2019, Sunday

Location : Classroom 2, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh
Time : 09:00 am  – 04:30 pm

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  1. Different type of lasers in Dentistry: Erbium Chromium: YSGG and Diode 940
  2. Clinical Applications of each type of laser.
  3. Benefits and advantages of lasers in dentistry

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am
  • Introduction and Type of Lasers
  • All Tissue Laser: Er. Cr.: YSGG (Waterlase). Clinical Applications
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm
  • Soft Tissue Laser: Diode 940 (Epic X). Clinical Applications
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Practical Demonstrations with The Lasers

  • All Tissue Laser: Er. Cr.: YSGG (Waterlase).
  • Diode 940 (Epic X)
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Brilliant Crios CAD Blocks The New Era in Digital Prosthodontics

     SPEAKER: Dr. Dani Irani
DATE   : 14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Classroom 3, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh
Time : 09:00 am  – 04:30 pm

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

  • Be more familiar with the Brilliant Crios and its indications
  • Understand the properties of the Brilliant Crios and thus compare it with other CAD blocks
  • Be more familiar with the Solocem luting cement and the One Coat 7 universal bonding and know how they are used in the cementation of Brilliant CRIOS
  • Use the Cerec omnicam chairside machine properly

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·        Brilliant Crios blocks properties

·        Problems of the metal free restauration and their solutions

10:30am-11:00pm Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm ·        Guidelines for tooth preparation receiving a Crios full crown 

·        Guidelines for tooth preparation receiving a Crios endocrown

·        Guidelines for tooth preparation receiving a Crios veneers

12:00am-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00am-03:30pm ·        Digital impression using the Omnicam on prepared tooth

·        Design and milling of the Brilliant Crios restoration

·        Polishing of the Brilliant Crios restoration

·        Cementation technic of the Brilliant Crios

03:30am-04:00pm Prayer
04:00am-04:30pm ·        Questions & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Dental Management of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

     SPEAKER: Prof. Ebtissam Murshid (with Dr. Saleh AlSalehi)

DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday
Location : Classroom 2, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

Autism is a broad term used to define a multiple neuro-developmental disorder that affects children in as early as 2-3 years of age. Children and young people with ASD frequently experience a range of cognitive (thinking), learning, emotional and behavioral disorders. The majority, they have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), anxiety, seizures, mental and social deficiencies with extremely poor Oral Hygiene and underserved dental services. Treating patients with ASD considered one of the greatest challenge for dentists in general and pediatric dentists in specific.

This workshop will provide the general practitioner in Dentistry, the undergraduate, post graduate students, dental assistant and other health care providers an overview regarding ASD. This one full day didactic workshop will cover the following topics

  1. History and background of ASD
  2. Definition and similar disorders
  3. Prevalence of ASD in Saudi Arabia, Gulf area, Middle east and around the world
  4.  Causes.
  5. Characteristics
  6. Public awareness
  7. Literature review regarding oral manifestations of children with ASD (habits, dmft and DMFT, gingival health status, Oral hygiene) 
  8. Guidelines in preparation of children with ASD to the dental visits
  9. the use of social stories with children with ASD 

Tips and the most effective strategies used in Management of children with ASD in the dental chair.
The workshop will be provided by a group of experts in the field of ASD and parents of children with ASD who share their inspirational stories. 
Learning outcome:
Participants will be more familiar with the different aspects of the ASD disorder and they will be more confident and armed with the necessary tips to treat patients with ASD in their clinic 

Healthcare Leadership: An Emphasis on Clinical Leadership

     SPEAKER: Prof. Farry Bruce Jeffrey
DATE   : 13 January 2019, Sunday

Location : Classroom 5, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

At the end of the program, the participants will be able to:

Patient Safety & Prevention of Medical Errors

To familiarize the participant with the tools used in patient safety for:

  • Minimizing medical errors
  • Root cause analyzing errors using a tool as a reactive measure
  • Managing risk by using HFMEA tool as a Pre-emptive measure
  1. Leadership in Healthcare
  • To reveal the managerial or leadership ability of the participant to himself/herself. The results will be revealed to the participant only
  • To be familiarize with the NHS Leadership Framework based on Clinical Leadership
  • To understand Leadership and management self-assessment tool for healthcare team leaders
  • To understand Leadership Competency criteria of Self-Assessment Questionnaire in line with NHS criteria

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
Patient Safety & Prevention of Medical Errors
09:00am-10:00am Flowchart & Flowcharting as a tool in Prevention of Medical Errors 1
10:00am-11:00am Ishikawa Diagram: A Tool for Root Cause Analysis (RCA) of Medical Errors 2
11:00am-12:00pm Healthcare Failure Mode & Effect Analysis 3
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
Leadership in Healthcare
01:00pm-02:00pm A short Introduction to Clinical Leadership & on the purpose
02:00pm-03:00pm Self-analysis of Management or Leadership Potential: A confidential self-analysis

The NHS Leadership Framework Self assessment tool

03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm Leadership and management self-assessment tool for healthcare team leaders

Leadership Competency Self-Assessment Questionnaire

04:30pm-05:30pm Harvard Business Review Strategic Leadership Self Test

Effective clinical leadership is associated with optimal hospital performance. It is allied to a wide range of hospital functions and is an integral component of the health care system. Developing clinical leadership skills among hospital healthcare professionals is of critical importance.

Despite this, leadership in general and clinical leadership in particular have not been of focused in healthcare in developing countries.  The main reason for this is the fact that healthcare is led by clinicians while healthcare leadership is totally a different discipline which is now scientifically established in the developed world.

The objectives of the workshop are drawing attention of the audience to the:

  1. Importance of leadership in healthcare a scientifically well-established discipline
  2. Differences between management and leadership
  3. Developing skills to spot weaknesses and strengths in clinical leadership so that audience practically learn how to improve their clinical leadership skills.

The workshop has some exercises which will be done by individuals and some exercises which will be done in groups.

Digital Dental Photography

     SPEAKER: Dr. Federico Brunner (with Dr. Jesús Zorilla & Dr. Manuel Nunez)
DATE   : 14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Classroom 2, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand the principles of photography
  • Understand how the camera works,
  • Understand what the exposure is, and how to control it.
  • Understand the different protocols for different documentations
  • Understand how to shoot intraoral photography, small product photography and portrait photography tips and tricks

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·        Why Dental Photography?

·        The Fundamentals of Dental Photography

10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm ·        How to Control Exposure

·        Basic Intraoral Photography Making of:

o   Basic Small Product Photography

o   Basic Portrait Photography

12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Setting the camera right

·        DSD Photo Protocol

·        Intraoral Basic Protocol

·        Basic Portrait Documentation

·        Small Product Photography

·        The Best Way for One Day Course is to do Live Demonstrations About How to Make the Photos

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Anatomically Guided Shaping: Science and Practice

     SPEAKER: Dr. Filippo Santarcangelo
DATE   : 13 January 2018, Sunday

Location : Classroom 1, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Understand the principles of clinical and radiographic diagnosis of endodontic diseases

Understand the properties of Nickel-titanium alloys used in endodontics

Understand the principles of rotary instrumentation for managing challenging anatomy

Understand the principles of root canal obturation using warm vertical compaction of gutta-percha and carrier based techniques

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·        Endodontic Diagnosis Including the Use of CBCT &Treatment Planning

·        How To Approach Challenging Endodontic Cases

10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm ·        The Use the Latest Equipment for Root Canal Shaping and Treatment

·        Obturation Techniques with Warm Gutta-Percha

·        The Relevance of the Coronal Seal for The Success and Survival of Endodontically Treated Teeth

·        Obturation Techniques With Warm Gutta-Percha

12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Workshop On Using Latest Engine Driven RCT System Starting from Scouting, Glide Path Preparation and Canal Shaping.

·        Obturation Using Thermal Carrier Based Technique

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End Of The Program

21 Keys to Increase Predictability in Your Treatment Plan with Aligners

     SPEAKER: Dr. Ivan Malagon
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday

Location : Classroom 1, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

Dr. Ivan Malagon will discuss and present his unique method of treatment planning with aligners for every kind of malocclusion, focusing on how to obtain ideal finishing without the necessary use of auxiliaries. By the end of this workshop, participants will obtain a better understanding of treatment planning and predictability with aligners through discussing transversal, vertical and sagital anomalies.

 

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:00am Introduction Into 3D/Aligner Treatment Planning
10:00am-11:00am Deep Dive Into Transversal Anomalies
11:00am-12:00pm  Discussion On Transversal Anomalies
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-02:00pm  Deep Dive Into Vertical Anomalies
02:00pm-03:00pm Discussion On Vertical Anomalies
03:00pm-03:30pm Prayer / Break
03:30pm-04:30pm  Deep Dive Into Sagital Anomalies
04:30pm-05:30pm Discussion On Sagital Anomalies

3D Endodontics

     SPEAKER: Dr. James Prichard
DATE   : 11 January 2019, Friday

Location : Classroom 1, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand tooth anatomy and the rules of orifice location
  • Be able to manually and mechanically prepare predictable glide paths
  • Be able to predictably shape canals with austenitic and martensitic files
  • Be able to understand the importance of irrigation and adjunctive canal cleaning techniques
  • Be able to obturate canals with bio ceramic sealers in 3 dimensions

Course Program:

Time Topics
09:00am-10:30am
  • Traditional And Contemporary Access Cavities
  • Rules Of Orifice Location
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm
  • Manual And Rotary Glide Path Management
  • Length Control in Endodontics
  • Shaping Canals With Austenitic Files
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm
  • Shaping Canals with Martensitic Files
  • Adjunctive Canal Cleaning with Mechanical Debridement
  • Obturation Control in The Apical 3 Mm
  • 3D Obturation With Bio Ceramic Sealer Via Hydraulic Compaction
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End Of The Program

Easy and Reproducible Applications of Resin Composite

     SPEAKER: Dr. Karim Korbani
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday 

Location : Classroom 3, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

               

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

This course will discuss the basic background for the appropriate indication and placement of anterior and posterior direct restorations. It will teach dentist an easy and reproducible way to build up a restoration using a limited number of shades, placing a rubber dam and isolating the working field. Finally, the polishing and finishing of composite restorations are explained, in order to ensure an esthetic and durable composite restoration.

Implants-The Peri/Implant Connection Esthetic and Biologic Enhancement Through Interdisciplinary Collaboration

     SPEAKER: Dr. Manuel De La Rosa Garza
DATE   : 14 January 2019, Monday

Location : Classroom 1, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  • Understand how can we perform a Connective Tissue Graft around teeth and Implants
  • Understand and performed the 2 main key techniques on suturing CT-Grafts
  • Understand the 3-dimensional key position points in Maxillary Anterior Implant placement.
  • Alternatives in the post-extraction Implant Gap management.

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am
  • Microsurgical Approach to Implant Dentistry
  • Understanding The Connection Of Wound Healing And Clinical Outcomes In Soft Tissue Surgery
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm
  • Connective Tissue Graft as an Adjunct in Implant Placement
  • Suturing Connective Tissue Graft: Techniques and Materials
  • Immediate Implant Placement : Where Are We Now
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm
  • Ritter Implant Placement in an Esthetic Zone
  • Soft Tissue Grafting Around a Ritter Implant Placed
  • Suturing A Ct-Graft and Implant
  • Posterior Implant Placement And Management Of The New Bone Prep Protocol From Ritter
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End Of The Program

Between Myth and Reality: The Scientific Evidence and Clinical Applicability of Piezosurgery Treatment

     SPEAKER: Dr. Mauro Labanca
DATE   : 11 January 2019, Friday(Classroom 2 – Lecture)
The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh(Classroom 3 – Hands-On)


                

 COURSE OBJECTIVES:

  1. Better understand anatomical landmarks
  2. Better understand the mini invasive approach
  3. Better understand piezo electric applications
  4. Better manage everyday surgical situations

Course Program:

Time Topics
09:00am-10:30am Clinical Guide to Anatomical Landmarks
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm The Scientific Evidence snd Clinical Applicability of  Piezosurgery Treatment
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Graft of Bone Chips and Bone Blocks

·        Atraumatic Exprections

·        Implant Site Preparation

·        Ridge Expansion snd Split Crest Technique

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Create Beautiful Anterior Direct Restorations Predictably

     SPEAKER: Dr. Michael Dieter
DATE   : 10 January 2019, Thursday
Location : SDS Lab, College of Dentistry, King Saud University


                

Course Abstract:

Starting from a deeply fractured incisor participants learn how to perform a polychromatically layered, highly esthetic anterior restoration. The esthetic tooth preparation design will allow us to hide the transition between the composite and the tooth. Special attention will be devoted to a multi-layered and multi-coloured aesthetic build-up technique using different translucencies & shades. The ultimate goal is to achieve a highly aesthetic and invisible restoration. Tips and tricks to create the perfect macro- and micro-texture for natural light reflections from the restoration surface will be and demonstrated in detail and then carried out by every participant.

Course Objectives:

  • Perform the latest isolation and bonding techniques
  • Perform esthetic tooth preparation techniques to hide transitions
  • Control value, chroma, translucency and opalescence
  • Perform anatomical build-up techniques to restore the tooth shape
  • Do finishing and polishing techniques to create natural tooth surfaces

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·     Esthetic Principles

·     Tooth Preparation

·     Bonding Procedures

10:30am-11:00am Coffee break
11:00am-12:00pm ·     Anatomical Layering Techniques

·     Finishing & Polishing Techniques

12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·     Creation of Individual Silicone Key

·     Esthetic Tooth Preparation

·     Anatomical Build-Up of an Extended Anterior Defect Applying Stratified Layers of Composite with Different Translucency Levels.

·     Characterization

·     Finishing & Polishing Techniques: Creation of Macro- and Micro-Texture

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·     Question & Discussion

·     End of the Program



Successful Treatment with Esthetic Veneers

     SPEAKER: Dr. Michael Dieter
DATE   : 10 January 2019, Thursday
Location : Classroom 440057, College of Dentistry, King Saud University



                

Course Objectives:

  1. Understand the most important indications for veneer treatment
  2. Do the correct tooth preparation for veneers?
  3. Select suitable prosthetic materials for veneers
  4. Conduct up-to-date cementation techniques for veneers

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am Indications & Treatment Planning for Veneers
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm
  • Material Overview on Prosthetic Materials
  • Strength, Esthetics & Durability
  • Tooth Preparation Techniques
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm
  • Presentation of Clinical Cases
  • Esthetic Cementation Techniques
  • Successful Cementation Techniques for Veneers
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Simply Invisible:The Art of Direct Anterior Esthetic Restorations

     SPEAKER: Dr. Michael Dieter
DATE   : 13 January 2019, Sunday
Location : Ivoclar Scientific Office, Riyadh

 

                

Course Abstract:

In this practical hands-on course participants learn how to perform a polychromatically layered, highly esthetic anterior restoration starting from a fractured incisor. The esthetic tooth preparation design will allow the practitioner to hide the transition between the composite and the tooth. Particular attention will be dedicated to a multi-layered and multi-colored esthetic build-up technique using different translucencies & shades. The ultimate goal is to achieve a highly esthetic and invisible restoration. Tips and tricks to create the perfect macro- and micro-texture for natural light reflections from the restoration surface will be demonstrated in detail and carried out subsequently.

Course Objectives:

  • Esthetic tooth preparation techniques
  • The latest isolation and bonding techniques
  • Control of Value, Chroma, Translucency and Opalescence
  • Build-up techniques to restore tooth anatomy
  • Finishing and polishing techniques to create naturally looking tooth surfaces

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am Esthetic Principles, Tooth Preparation, Bonding Procedures
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:30pm Layering Techniques to Achieve a Perfect Outcome, Finishing/Polishing.
12:30pm-01:30pm Lunch Break
01:30pm-02:00pm Creation of an Individual Silicone Key
02:00pm-02:45pm Esthetic Tooth Preparation Techniques
02:45pm-03:00pm Coffee Break
03:00pm-04:45pm Anatomical Build-Up of an Extended Anterior Defect Applying Stratified Layers of Composite with Different Translucency Levels. Characterization.
04:45pm-05:30pm Finishing & Polishing Techniques: Creation Of Macro- And Micro-Texture
05:30pm-06:00pm Summary, Questions & Answers

Course Details:

Every participant will manufacture a silicone key as a template to build up a fractured central incisor. This is followed by a defect-oriented, adhesive tooth preparation with a straight bevel. An additional scalloped bevel will be extended into labial enamel to optimize the esthetic integration of the restoration. Prior to the bonding procedure efficient isolation techniques will be practically demonstrated and repeated by the participants. The participants will then build up the large anterior defect in the following sequence:

  1. Creation of a palatal thin enamel shell using a very translucent composite.
  2. Application of an opaque and highly chromatic dentin core
  3. Shaping of dentin mammelons out of the dentin core
  4. Creation of Opalescence around incisal edge and between mammelons using opalescent composite shade.
  5. Application of medium translucent enamel shade and shaping the final anatomical contours.

 

The Mesh Diagram as A Diagnostic and Treatment Planning Tool in Orthodontics – Application for Esthetic Considerations in Planning for Surgical Correction of Severe Malocclusions

     SPEAKER: Dr. Oliver Nicolay
DATE   : 14 January 2019, Monday
Location : Classroom 4, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

 

                

Course Abstract:

Most orthodontists routinely use an analysis to diagnose dentofacial deformities on cephalometric radiographs. While the majority of these analyses are based on angular and linear measurements, the mesh diagram introduced by moorrees provides clinicians with a visual illustration of the patient’s facial deformities using the location of landmarks in a coordinate system. The presenter will demonstrate how the mesh diagram is constructed, how an individualized norm is generated for a patient, and how to interpret the results. To illustrate the concept, clinical examples of treatment planning for malocclusions with significant skeletal and dental discrepancies by our team of orthodontists and surgeons at New York University will be presented.

Course Objectives:

  1. Generate an individualized mesh and norm for any patient.
  2. Interpret the graphic representation to generate a cephalometric diagnosis of the dento-facial deformity and malocclusion.
  3. Add the mesh diagram to their clinical armamentarium.
  4. Identify those patients whose malocclusion indicates for a treatment that involves orthognathic surgery

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am Lecture
10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm Lecture and Interactive Session
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm Hands-On
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer

A New Deal: From Conventional Composite Restorations to A New No Prep Approach On Worn Dentition “The Index Technique”

     SPEAKER: Dr. Riccardo Ammannato
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday
Location : Classroom 441016 – Lecture
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday
Location : College of Dentistry, King Saud University (Phantom Lab – Hands-On
)

 

                

Course Abstract:

The evolution of composite together with adhesive techniques, are meeting the demands of patients, who are looking more often for less invasive therapies combined with high aesthetic results. The range of restorative options is getting wider, thanks to materials that can adequately respond to mechanical stress, offering also natural aesthetics when adhesion is performed with specific protocols. The combination of these factors, it has in fact softened the border between conservative and prosthesis, with a decrease of total indirect restorations and an increase in partial indirect and direct restoration, even in situations with abraded / eroded dentition and loss of vertical dimension. The aim of this lecture is to present conventional direct and indirect protocols, vs a new approach in cases with worn dentition, highlighting the restorative aspects, raising the VDO, through a no prep direct/indirect composite technique: the “Index Technique”.

 

Course Objectives:

  • Learn all the step by step protocols to manage conventional adhesive direct and indirect restorations
  • Learn all the step by step protocols to manage warn dentition through a new “no prep” adhesive technique

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·        Morphology and Color in Dental Esthetics

·        Anterior Direct Composite: Layering Techniques, Finishing, Polishing and Clinical Indication

10:30am-11:00am Coffee break
11:00am-12:00pm Anterior indirect restorations: indications and clinical protocol
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm ·        Posterior Direct and Indirect Restorations: Indications and Clinical Protocols

·        The Index Technique in Worn Dentition. A No Prep Restorative Approach

03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

Maxillary Sinus Elevation: The Lateral Approach. Is It Still a Contemporary Treatment Option for The Atrophic Maxilla?

     SPEAKER: Prof. Tiziano Testori
DATE   : 13 January 2019, Sunday
Location : Classroom 4, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

 

               

Course Objectives:

  1. Rationale for a correct pre-operative planning
  2. Step-by-step surgical techniques
  3. Selection of grafting materials
  4. Alternatives in treatment
  5. Surgical procedures step-by-step for the lateral approach: theoretical part with video sessions

Course Program:

TIME TOPICS
09:00am-10:30am ·      Criteria for Patient Evaluation

·      Criteria for Site-Specific Evaluation

·      Sinus Physiology

·      Contraindications from The Otorinolaryngological Point of View

·      Alternatives in Treatment. Indications And Contraindications

10:30am-11:00am Coffee Break
11:00am-12:00pm Surgical Procedures Step-by-Step for The Lateral Approach: Theoretical Part with Video Sessions
12:00pm-01:00pm Prayer / Lunch
01:00pm-03:30pm Step-by-Step Surgical Procedures for Maxillary Sinus Elevation Lateral Approach
03:30pm-04:00pm Prayer
04:00pm-04:30pm ·        Question & Discussion

·        End of the Program

 

This Clinically and Scientific Intense Program Will Discuss Safe, Clinically Tested Procedures for Delivery and Maintenance of Dental Implants for Our Patients.

     SPEAKER: Dr. William Becker
DATE   : 12 January 2019, Saturday
Location : Classroom 4, The Ritz-Carlton, Riyadh

 

               

Course Objectives:

  • The goal of this presentation is to provide current and relevant information relating to the advantages and dis advantages of bone grafting extraction sockets.
  • To provide detailed information on extraction socket healing
  • To demonstrate the diagnosis and treatment planning steps extraction and placement of dental implants in the extraction sockets
  • To describe the rationale, indications and surgical steps necessary for immediate implant placement
  • To discuss the various methods for guided implant placement—advantages and limitations
  • To discuss the value of implant planning using computerized implant planning
  • Discuss the value of employing resonance frequency anal6sis at implant placement and second stage
  • Discuss common implant problems, possible solutions and treatment
  • Discuss implant placement for elderly patients

Course Outline:

  1. Immediate implant placement: is bone grafting necessary?
    1. Results of animal & human studies
    2. Biology of extraction socket healing
    3. Step-by-step examples of tooth removal and implant placement at the time of tooth extraction
    4. Wound healing and short- and long-term follow-up
  2. Flapless implant placement—advantages & disadvantages
    1. Diagnosis, treatment planning
    2. Standard radiographs, panograms & computerized radiographs
    3. Surgical guides
      1. Models, wax-up, guide
      2. Pilot drill
    4. Guided implant placement- single units and all on one bridge
      1. Steps
      2. CT scan
      3. Interpretation
      4. Surgical guides
      5. Implant placement
      6. Restoration—screw or cement retain
      7. Follow-up
    5. How stable are dental implants RFA measurements (osstell/penguin)
    6. Implant problems
      1. Failure
      2. Peri implantitis what is it, how to treat it and is it a true disease?
      3. Restoration screw retain or cement?
      4. Maintenance
    7. Implant loss—
      1. Data
      2. Success & survival
    8. Dental implants for elderly population
    9. How to treat common mechanical implant problems
      1. Restoration screw loosening
      2. Restoration screw fractures
      3. Implant failures
    10. Importance of data collection and publication