TTPHIL- ALL TILT™ Protocol: The Quick Six Fix Solution
Anatomic Driven Implantology: No Cantilever, Screw Retained Prosthetics, Immediate Loading Protocol. 2 Piece Cortical System: Taking Surgical Concepts of Single Piece and Prosthetic Concepts of Two Piece Implant System. Implants are placed either immediate or delayed loading protocol when adequate bone is available. It is difficult to place implants in compromised bone conditions especially posterior maxilla without sinus augmentation. Although these procedures are having highly success rates but requires long treatment period. In compromised bone situations, it is difficult to place axial implants without grafting. Even long cantilevers are required to compensate biological complications. Various alternative graftless methods like zygomatic implants and All on 4 showed higher success rate in compromised bone situations. But these procedures are have short arch replacements still giving Cantilevers. To overcome these problems, a newly innovative TTPHIL – ALL TILT ™ concept is introduced. This presentation highlights TTPHIL – ALL TILT™ concept and also the principles. TTPHIL – ALL TILT™ innovative technique which overcomes the limitations of axial implants, also the disadvantages of All-on-4concept and All-on-6 concept. Tall (16mm-25mm) and Tilted(TT) Implants with angulations of (9-60 degrees)Tall implants provide more surface area and BIC for osseointergation and are also engaged to the Cortical Bone. The implants are placed inPinhole (PH) manner i.e flapless utilizing STL Technology. All implants are Immediately Loaded (IL) within 48 hours with CAD/CAM technology with One Time Abutment Mucointegration Concept.
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PRF (Platelet Rich Fibrin) was first developed in France for use in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Choukroun’s Platelet Rich Fibrin (PRF) is a leukocyte and platelet rich fibrin biomaterial with a specific composition and three-dimensional architecture. PRF is classified as a second generation platelet concentrate as it is prepared as a natural concentrate without the addition of any anticoagulants.
PRF is often called Choukroun’s PRF as there are other platelet concentrates with similar names such as Vivostat PRF (considered a pure platelet rich plasma) or Fibrinet PRF (without leukocytes). PRF has a dense fibrin network with leukocytes, cytokines, structural glycoproteins and also growth factors such as transforming growth factorH1, platelet-derived growth factor, vascular endothelial growth factor and glycoproteins such as thrombospondin I during > / =7 Days. Leukocytes that are concentrated in PRF scaffold play an important role in growth factor release, immune regulation, anti— infectious activities and matrix remodeling during wound healing. The slow polymerization mode of PRF and cicatricial capacity creates a physiologic architecture favorable for wound.
Dental Laser Myth Vs Realities
Endodontic treatment has benefited from the development of new techniques and equipment, which have improved outcome and predictability. Ultrasonic instruments have found indispensable applications in a number of dental procedures and being very prominently used in endodontics.
Ultrasonics in endodontics has enhanced the quality of treatment and represents an important adjunct in the treatment of difficult cases. More commonly used for Ultrasonic activated irrigation techniques, gaining access to canal openings, cleaning and shaping, obturation of root canals, removal of intracanal materials and obstructions and endodontic surgery.
In case of retreatment in endodontics, removal of fractured instrument from canal is the challenging one. Although a number of different devices and techniques have been developed, none are successful in all cases. But in combination with an ultrasonic device for loosening and retrieval of fractured instrument it works perfectly. Also for removal of intraradicular post like metal or fibre ultrasonic instrumentation plays important role. It is suggested that ultrasonics can ease and to some extent, simplify retreatment of endodontic failures.
Use of ultrasonic tips can be enhanced by its design and angulation. Design and angulation of the tips plays significant role in reaching the operational site. This presentation will also highlight on our modified designs and angulated ultrasonic tips which can be used in clinical endodontics and emphasizes the broad applications in a modern-day endodontic practice to achieve more predictable results.
Elective Laser Dentistry To Essential Laser Practice
This will be a clinically oriented lecture, with evaluation and explanation of clinical cases. photographs & video clippings of various procedures will be shown with essential laser fundaments. The presentation will surely quench the thirst and query of a dentist who would like to incorporate and integrate soft tissue laser into their daily dental practice. “30 plus” clinical situations can be managed with laser – as a standalone treatment or a laser assisted procedure. Laser practitioners who are not happy with their current laser practice will be enlightened by some new methodology in propagation techniques and will see a steady leap in their clinical practice and outlook towards “Laser Dentistry”. The lecture will give exposure to the matchless performance and amazing advantage of “MULTIPLE WAVE LENGTH approach to MULTIPLE PROCEDURE” with a 3rd Generation Diode Laser. Personal experience of how “Laser” added value and worth to a 50 year old dental practice will be shared freely. Explore the possibilities, energize the propagation strategies, experience the profitability & much more. See and experience how to treat patients with Laser, in emergency situations and for elective procedures and how to evolve towards – Ever Expansive Essential Laser Practice. Let’s have a look at Fad, Fiction and Facts.
Recent Advances in Endodontics
Explains the evolution of rotary instruments including usage protocols of latest generation instrument’s. Tips to achieve predictable pain control in a Endodontics. Evidence based irrigant
selection and usage protocol. Importance of proper sealer selection. Latest guidelines for access preparation. Importance of Post Endodontic restoration. Prevention and management of
Endodontics complications. Introduction to 3D obturation.
All On 4 - Does It Really Work?
Our conventional education of Dental Implants taught us many things. We were taught to place our implants straight. We were taught to use bone grafts wherever there is no bone. We were taught to place as many implants as possible and to wait for 3 to 6 months for prosthetic stage. Then a concept called All on 4 surfaced. Is it enough to take on the traditional implant knowledge, head-on, with its minimal number of implants approach, tilted implants, graft less solutions and immediate loading concept.
Innovation: Clinical & Beyond
Innovation is the way ahead to visualize, design & understand clinical challenges which enables us to deliver better & predictable outcomes from a dentist & patient perspective. Oral cavity being a dynamic & a habitat for multiple strains of micro-organisms is in a constant flux of microbial homeostasis. Recently released Guidelines on Periodontal Care recognizes the holistic importance of Whole Mouth Health and lays emphasis on not just curative but rather on the Preventive techniques.
Mishaps Vs Negligence in Dental Practice
Work related accidents can occur to anyone at anytime. Dental profession is more vulnerable to such accidents regardless of the skill set or professional affiliation. Despite technological advancements in this field, these adverse events are inevitable, which may be attributed to the stress levels of the operator. These unpleasant events may be a minor injury or a life threatening one or even death on the dental chair, therefore dental students and practising clinicians should be well trained to deal with these unwanted events appropriately. This lecture mainly aims at highlighting the most common adverse events that can occur in routine dental practice and also focuses on the countermeasures that can be undertaken.
Safe And Simple Protocols For Sinus Augmentation
One of the most frustrating and exasperating instances for a clinician is to find insufficient bone at the implant site. More often than not, the implantologists finds himself in a scenario that requires some form of augmentation prior to implant placement. Autogenous bone has been the gold standard when it comes to predictable, stable and long term bone regeneration. This lecture discusses the fundamentals of autogenous bone regeneration using the Khoury technique. It will emphasize the relevance of the technique and the clinical and surgical tips required to perform the procedure. It will discuss the possible complications involved in the procedure and the ways to avoid them.
Articulating Papers In Dentistry
Endodontics is improving by leaps and bounds every year. It has become a predictable procedure to be completed in minimum/single sitting in most of the cases. If we follow basic principles of RCT, healing follows without fail. I have been advocating single visit RCT since a decade. We will present even simpler version of the procedure with new rotary and obturation system with modern treatment protocol. One can gain immediate knowledge and expertise about single visit RCT to apply in his or her own practice after attending this live session.
The ultimate goal of any direct/indirect dental restoration is to be fabricated, inserted, and adjusted in harmonious contacts with the pre-existing occlusion. Dental practitioners have long relied on articulating papers to achieve this. Articulating papers help mark contact points which can be evaluated and adjusted by interpreting them based on their size and color intensity.
Inability to adjust a restoration correctly can have profound short and long term implications on the restoration as well as the health of the stomatognathic system at large. Even the smallest high
spot, measuring just a few microns, can cause porcelain/abutment fractures, interproximal food lodgement, sensitivity, MPDS, TMD etc. It is therefore essential, for the benefit of the patient, to
spot, measuring just a few microns, can cause porcelain/abutment fractures, interproximal food lodgement, sensitivity, MPDS, TMD etc. It is therefore essential, for the benefit of the patient, to Articulating papers are available in varying thickness- ranging from 200 microns down to 8 microns. Fixed prosthesis/restorations vary from removal prosthesis to implant prosthesis and each needs occlusion to be coded with specific thickness of articulating papers to ensure long term survival of the prosthesis and overall stability of the system. Papers are also available in varying colors like blue, red, black, green etc.; with each color having a specific role to play. This lecture shall help an attending clinician understand and choose an articulating paper wisely.
Recently, digitalization has found roads into occlusion- especially for analysis of bite force and timing. Sophisticated gadgets and their role in dental occlusal analysis shall also be addressed in this session.
So come attend this novel lecture where Dr. Khakiani will enlighten us about articulating papers and their prudent use in clinical dentistry.
Live - Single Visit Endodontics With 3D Disinfection And Obturation
We may collect pre operative IOPA radiographs of some of you who need to go for RCT and choose one out of them! Are you in game? If yes, send your IOPA on email@example.com. Then see me LIVE, only at FAMDENT Show Hyderabad!
Live - Restorative Master Class With Bioactive Materials & Zoom Whitening
Live - Porcelain Veneers
Learn the Art, Science and Secret of the World of Porcelain Veneers.
Managing Endodontic Mishaps: A Fear Or Challenge
In recent years Endodontic treatments have increased a lot because of increased healthcare counselling and patient awareness towards preserving the natural tooth.
Also it is a fact that with higher numbers of Endodontic treatments there are chances of Endodontic mishaps like perforations, missed canals, instrument separation, improper obturation, re-treatment, etc.
The Fear: The biggest fear for all of us is to encounter Endodontic mishaps like perforations, missed canals, instrument separation, etc.
The Challenge: The challenge for us is to overcome the fear of Endodontic mishaps and looking forward to think in the direction how to manage such situations.
This lecture by Dr. Mohamed Salah is aimed to remove the fear and accepting the challenge to manage the Endodontic Mishaps. This session will be focused on sharing his experience with the practitioners to understand these mishaps in a better way and managing them properly to achieve a greater satisfaction.