Symposium & Keynote Program

A TWO-AND-HALF DAY CONGRESS where you can present your latest research in an ORAL PRESENTATION or POSTER, or attend more than 18 SYMPOSIA and 2 KEYNOTE LECTURES on diverse subjects of high scientific level, while you can also meet your peers and NETWORK .

 

Thursday, September 19, 2019

 

GLASS HYBRID TECHNOLOGY IN THE POST AMALGAM ERA: THE RESTORATIVE INNOVATION (supported by GC Europe)

  • Post-minamata era and needs for amalgam alternatives by Falk Schwendicke (Berlin, Germany)
  • Clinical evaluation of a glass hybrid system vs. a resin composite: preliminary findings a multicentre trial by Ivana Miletić (Zagreb, Croatia)
  • Advantages of glass hybrid materials in daily practice by Marco Ferrari (Siena, Italy)
Chaired by Avijit Banerjee (London, UK)

ARE WE PREPARED AND CAPABLE TO MEET THE ORAL HEALTH NEEDS AMONG THE OLDER PEOPLE? (supported by Unilever Denmark)

  • Oral health status among older people in a global perspective by Lisa Bøge Christensen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
  • Measures to promote and support oral health in older adults by Anastassia E. Kossioni (Athens, Greece)
  • Minimal or advanced restorative dentistry? Concepts for oral rehabilitation measures in elderly patients by Timo Närhi (Turku, Finland)
Chaired by Anne Marie Lynge Pedersen (Copenhagen, Denmark) and Janicke Liaaen Jensen (Oslo, Norway)

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE ROLE OF ORAL HEALTH (supported by Philips)

  • Potential molecular and genetic mechanisms for the relationship between periodontitis and cardio-vasculas disease (CVD) by Bruno Loos (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
  • Epidemiological evidence for the relationships between periodontitis and CVD by Ana Molina (Madrid, Spain)
  • Forging a cardio-dental alliance: strategies to work on to improve global health by Alvaro Marco del Castillo (Madrid, Spain)
Chaired by Bruno Loos (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

ADVANCED DENTISTRY – FROM TRADITIONAL TO DIGITAL WORK FLOW (supported by 3M Oral Care)

  • Evolution of impression taking – new impression materials in digital times? by Bernd Wöstmann (Gießen, Germany)
  • Digital technologies and monolithic materials - an ideal synergy? by Jan-Frederik Güth (Munich, Germany)
  • The de-stressed smile: low shrink chemistries for modern resin composites by Will Palin (Birmingham, UK)
Chaired by Will Palin (Birmingham, UK)

NEW APPROACHES TO THE UNDERSTANDING AND TREATMENT OF DENTINE HYPERSENSITIVITY (supported by Unilever)

  • A clinical perspective on dentine hypersensitivity: the root of the problem by Nicola X West (Bristol, UK)
  • Dentine hypersensitivity and its impact on the quality of life by Filippo Graziani (Pisa, Italy)
  • The prevalence of dentine hypersensitivity in Europe and its impact on periodontal and dental health by Virginie Monnet-Corti (Marseille, France)
Chaired by Marjolaine Gosset (Paris, France)

NEW INSIGHTS IN PERI-IMPLANTITIS (by YOUNG CED-IADR) (supported by EMS Spain, Straumann and Oral-B)

  • Implant biofilms and aimed therapeutics by Ho-Yan Duong (Bern, Switzerland)
  • Outcomes of surgical therapy of peri-implantitis. Lessons learned from in vivo studies by Javier Sanz Esporrín (Madrid, Spain)
  • Outcomes of surgical therapy of peri-implantitis. Lessons learned from clinical trials by Stig Aanerod Ellingsen (Oslo, Norway)
Chaired by Ignacio Sanz Sánchez, Eduardo Montero(Madrid, Spain), Alexandra Stahli (Bern, Switzerland)
 
Friday, September 20, 2019

 

Keynote lecture (supported by Tokuyama Dental)

A CLINICAL TRIAL OF COLOR MATCHING PERFORMANCE OF A SINGLE SHADE COMPOSITE

by Giovanni Dondi dall'Orologio (Bologna, Italy)


Keynote lecture (supported by Vigilent Biosciences)

ORAL AND OROPHARYNGEAL CANCER EARLY DETECTION: FINDING THE NEEDLE IN THE HAYSTACK

by Elizabeth Franzmann (Florida, USA)


DENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY 2030 – A CASE EXAMPLE (supported by DMG)

  • Predicting dental morbidity and demands: Why and how did we do it? by Falk Schwendicke (Berlin, Germany)
  • Dental epidemiology 2030: what we found by Rainer Jordan (Cologne, Germany)
  • What does it mean for research and practice? by Michael Wicht (Cologne, Germany)
Chaired by Michael J. Noack (Cologne, Germany)

GUIDED BIOFILM THERAPY – NEW APPROACH IN NON-SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF PERIODONTAL & PERI-IMPLANT DISEASES (supported by EMS Switzerland)

  • Roughness and loss of substance of tooth surfaces after biofilm removal with different processing methods by Behrouz Arefnia (Graz, Austria)
  • Air polishing systems in the management of peri-implant diseases by Ignacio Sanz (Madrid, Spain)
Chaired by Adrian Lussi (Bern, Switzerland)

HIGH INTENSITY CURING LIGHTS: A SURE CURE? (supported by Ivoclar Vivadent)

  • The dark art of light measurement by Richard Price (Halifax, Canada)
  • 3-second curing: composite and curing light characteristics by Nicoleta Ilie (Munich, Germany)
  • Clinical experience with a 3-second curing direct restorative system: one year on by Arnd Peschke (Schaan, Liechtenstein)
Chaired by Will Palin (Birmingham, UK)

ORTHODONTICALLY INDUCED EXTERNAL APICAL ROOT RESORPTION: STATE OF THE ART OF THE CURRENT RESEARCH

  • Principles of clinical genetics and external apical root resorption by James Hartsfield (Kentucky, USA)
  • What do we know about orthodontic root resorption and orthodontitis? by Naphtali Brezniak (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
  • The genome and external apical root resorption in orthodontics in 2019 by Alejandro Iglesias-Linares (Madrid, Spain)
Chaired by María Cadenas de Llano Pérula (Leuven, Belgium) and Conchita Martín Alvaro (Madrid, Spain)

TREATMENT PLANNING OF COMPLEX INTERDISCIPLINARY CASES – USING TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE TO ENHANCE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SPECIALTIES (supported by Dentsply Sirona)

  • Treatment planning of complex interdisciplinary cases by Angélica Iglesias Moradiellos (Barcelona, Spain)

Chaired by Andreu Puigdollers Perez (Barcelona, Spain) and Luis Giner (Barcelona, Spain)

 

Saturday, September 21, 2019

 

RETENTION AND RELAPSE IN ORTHODONTICS: WHERE ARE WE GOING?

  • Orthodontic retention: not only keeping teeth stable by Carlos Flores-Mir (Edmonton, Canada)
  • Orthodontic Retention: current trends and implications by Wellington Rody Jr (New York, USA)
  • Evidence base for orthodontic retention and retainers by David Bearn (Dundee, UK)
Chaired by María Cadenas de Llano Pérula (Leuven, Belgium) and Conchita Martín Álvaro (Madrid, Spain)

 

 

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Important Dates
  • Abstract submission opening date 14 January 2019
  • New Deadline For Abstract Submission 30 April 2019 (AT MIDNIGHT CET)
  • Abstract notifications emailed to presenters Mid-June 2019
  • Early Registration Deadline 15 July 2019
  • Early Accommodation Deadline 15 July 2019
  • Congress Date 19 - 21 September 2019
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