Sunday, 09 July, 2017 / 13:00-18:00

Place of this event will be at the conference venue.
The event will cover some invited lectures and practical testing.
Additional registration required.
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Chairs

Prof. Zhijian James Shen
Prof. Zhijian James Shen
Professor
Materials Chemistry Division Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry
Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University, Sweden
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Csaba Dobó-Nagy
Csaba Dobó-Nagy
Professor
Semmelweis University
Budapest, Hungary

Description

The works on developing and customized manufacturing of novel advanced ceramics with improved properties for dental prosthesis, implants and guided bone regeneration, are particularly encouraged. Fundamental understanding of the interactions between ceramics on micro-to-nanoscale level and hard-to-soft tissues on protein and cell level, of the reliability of ceramic parts in relation to their hierarchical microstructures and of the feasibility of fitting the ceramic processes into a full digital clinic approach, all became of important general interest.

Technologies enabling the establishment of an ecosystem based on model-free digital workflows are welcome. This satellite event aims to provide a forum for multidisciplinary discussion amongst ceramists, that is, ceramic researchers and manufacturers, dental clinicians and technicians, and biologists with the focus on challenges presented to the current and the emerging technologies, as well as to the future concepts going beyond the state of the art.

The satellite event will focus on:

  • Aesthetic monolithic ceramic prosthesis
  • Materials solutions for minimal invasive dentistry
  • Ceramics for guided bone regeneration
  • Bioactivation of surfaces of inert high strength ceramics
  • Ceramic implants and abutments with enhanced healing and tissue-integration capacities
  • Net-shape manufacturing of individualized ceramic components
  • Advanced bonding concepts of ceramic restorations
  • Ageing and fatique of ceramic restorations
  • Clinical follow-up studies of ceramic dental restorations

Invited speakers

Prof. Csaba Hegedűs
Prof. Csaba Hegedűs
Department of Biomaterials and Prosthetic Dentistry, University of Debrecen, Hungary

Bioactive ceramics for dentistry
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Prof. Kwok-Hung (Albert) Chung
Prof. Kwok-Hung (Albert) Chung
Department of Restorative Dentistry, School of Dentistry
University of Washington, Seattle, USA

Biomechanical and aesthetic demands of implant abutment structures
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Prof. Lvhua Guo
Prof. Lvhua Guo
Stomatological Hospital of Guangzhou Medical University
Guanzhou, P.R. China

Accurately made ceramic prosttheses revolutionize the dental clinical solutions
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Dr. Per Tidehag
Dr. Per Tidehag
Vasterbottens Lans Landsting, Folktandvarden Ledning, 901 89 Umea, Sweden

Digital dentistry calls the change of ceramics and ceramic processes
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Dr. Ralf-J. Kohal
Dr. Ralf-J. Kohal
Universitätsklinikum Freiburg, Department für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde Klinik für Zahnärztliche Prothetik, Germany

Clinical application of zirconia oral implants
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Dr. Sebastjan Perko
Dr. Sebastjan Perko
Medical Dentistry Ltd, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Solving adhesion issues in everyday clinical practice involving zirconia dental restorations
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Prof. Zhijian James Shen
Prof. Zhijian James Shen
Department of Materials and Environmental Chemistry
Arrhenius Laboratory, Stockholm University, Sweden

Dental ceramic prostheses: What is the next?