news news Left: The Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre opened its doors for another edition of the show. Right: today Show Dailies provide comprehensive coverage of major dental events around the world. Copies of the newspaper can be picked up in the main foyer. 1 expected at the annual event, themed “Education and Innovation Transfer”. The conference and exhibition runs until Thursday, 6 February, and features a number of intensive scien- tiﬁ c activities, including pre-confer- ences, hands-on workshops, competi- tions, poster presentations and lec- tures. With its extensive programme, AEEDC 2020 provides opportunities for visitors to take new knowledge back to their practices and engage with their peers on an intellectual and business level. In order to meet the high expec- tations of the industry, the AEEDC Dubai 2020 exhibition offers the biggest brands and companies in the dental industry an ideal opportunity to showcase their newest dental inno- vations and technologies, while also giving trade visitors, exhibitors and top dental practitioners from many countries and continents a one-stop platform for expanding their busi- nesses and seeking potential collabo- ration opportunities. Over the course of three days, internationally promi- nent companies and thriving local businesses will be showcasing their latest products and services at the event, which has become one of the largest in dental technology. According to the organiser, INDEX Conferences and Exhibitions, “the AEEDC Dubai 2020 exhibition is the gateway to the emerging and far-reaching dental market in the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia region”. In addition to experiencing the latest dental developments on-site, participants can earn continuing edu- cation credits. Aimed at enriching the knowledge of all attendees, AEEDC Dubai presents a rich, diverse confer- ence programme covering a number of distinct areas of dentistry, such as aesthetic dentistry, oral pathology, oral medicine, dental anaesthesiol- ogy, temporomandibular joint dys- function, laser dentistry, prosthodon- tics, paediatric dentistry, emergency dentistry, oral and maxillofacial sur- gery, and digital dentistry. Commenting on the educational programme, AEEDC scientiﬁ c chair- man Dr Nasser al-Malik said: “As part of our efforts in the scientiﬁ c committee, we have prepared an ex- citing conference programme keep- ing in mind all the recent advance- ments in oral healthcare while also addressing the newest digital fron- tiers and dental traumatology stand- ards. […] As always, we have endeav- oured to cover the mainstream trend- ing topics of the year 2020 in all the related facets of dental oral care, from surgery to restorative to dental hygiene and dental assistance and we certainly hope to keep all partici- pants busy with ten conference halls allocated for the transfer of world- class dental education. Moreover, the conference features the presence of 167 speakers who offer their insights on the most crucial topics in den- tistry and also includes 173 scientiﬁ c sessions, 18 hands-on workshop courses and 210 poster presentations focusing on the latest advances in dentistry.” This year’s edition will host an- other session of AEEDC Dubai Stars. This feature, which was launched in 2019, includes a number of panel discussions in which key ﬁ gures, celebrities and inﬂ uencers from the dental industry will participate and share their views and stories. Another highlight of the varied programme is the AEEDC Student Competition, during which students in their last academic years will engage with their peers from other dental schools in a face-to-face com- petition. The main goal is to interact, exchange knowledge and expand horizons on various topics in den- tistry. Competing students will be challenged in a dental quiz on a range of subjects, including infection control, implantology and oral sur- gery. More information, and news about AEEDC Dubai 2020 and ex- hibiting companies can be found at www.dental-tribune.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ DentalTribuneInt. LECTURE HIGHLIGHT What? “Laser in dental aesthetic: Inno- vation in clinical use based upon scienti c evidence. Clinical cases” Who? Prof. Aldo Brugnera Jr, Brazil When? 6 February, 15:30–17:15 Where? WFLD 2020 Dubai Congress, Hall D The objective of this lecture is to demonstrate innovative uses of la- sers in aesthetic dentistry. Prof. Aldo Brugnera will present the new tips of the third-generation Er:YAG laser, which have the capacity to remove caries with the minimally invasive modes for dentine and enamel, and can be used for veneer debonding, soft-tissue plas- tic surgery and the treatment of peri- implantitis, as well as for a new tech- nique to close black triangles with laser therapy. This presentation will report a non-surgical treatment option for the recovery of the interdental papilla using an innovative technique called haemo-laser therapy (HLT) that stimu- lates papillary growth to permanently ll black triangles.1 Loss of gingival tissue, besides affecting the aesthetics of the smile, provokes phonetic and functional damage. Interproximal tissue recon- struction using surgical procedures has been reported in the literature in the form of subepithelial connective tissue 2 AEEDC Dubai 2020 · 5 & 6 February 2020 grafting, and restorative and ortho- dontic treatment. An in vitro preliminary study was carried out to demonstrate what occurs at the cellular level in HLT clinical cases associated with photo- biomodulation therapy (PBMT) using a 660 nm diode laser. This study demonstrated that the blood clot originating from the bleeding pro- voked in the gingival area is rich in mesenchymal stem cells. PBMT ena- bles preservation, viability and further differentiation, stimulating the return of gingival stem cells, which would support their survival and differen- tiation in the blood clot, thus favouring interdental papilla regeneration. The presenter will show similar clinical re- sults with the Er:YAG for HLT using a special tip in gentle mode for treatment to close black triangles. In conclusion, this new clinical application for lasers in dentistry has shown excellent results. ABOUT THE LECTURER Prof. Aldo Brugnera is considered a key opinion leader in the eld of laser dentistry. As the author of ve books, a contributing author to various chapters in other publications and the author of over 150 scienti c papers on the topic, as well as a senior editor of Photobiomodulation, Photomedicine, and Laser Surgery, he has established himself in the commu- nity and has delivered over 200 lectures all over the world. He is the president of the South American Division of the World Federation for Laser Dentistry. FURTHER READING Morford et al. designed a study to systematically investigate the ef cacy of an Er:YAG laser for veneer debonding, possibly without damage to the under- lying tooth and preservation of the ve- neer integrity.2 While the veneer ma- terials did not show any characteristic water absorption bands in the Fourier- transform infrared, the bonding cement showed a broad H2O/OH absorption band. The veneers transmitted between 11.5 per cent and 43.7 per cent of the incident Er:YAG energy; IPS e.max Press HT transmitted twice the energy that IPS Empress Esthetic did at comparable thicknesses. According to Shibli, 2018, sterili- sation and cleaning/decontamination of dental implant surfaces utilising high- and low-intensity laser therapy with the Er:YAG laser have also been performed.3 Laser irradiation not only removes the in ammatory soft tissue present around the peri-implant pocket, but also detox- i es the implant surface without dam- aging or altering the titanium surface or dental implant morphology, allowing a better stabilisation of the blood clot with or without the addition of bone grafting materials during guided bone regeneration. References 1. Zanin F, Moreira MS, Pedroni AC, Windlin M, Brugnera AP, Brugnera Júnior A, Marques MM. Hemolasertherapy: a novel procedure for gingi- val papilla regeneration—case report. Photomed Laser Surg. 2018 Apr;36(4):221–6. 2. Morford CK, Buu NC, Rechmann BM, Finzen FC, Sharma AB, Rechmann P. Er:YAG laser debond- ing of porcelain veneers. Lasers Surg Med. 2011 Dec;43(10):965–74. 3. Shibli JA. Is laser the best choice for the treat- ment of peri-implantitis? Photomed Laser Surg. 2018 Nov;36(11):569–70.
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Study ﬁ nds Saudi Arabians prefer lingual brackets and clear aligners Adults to evaluated images of different orthodontic appliances in order of aesthetics. news Adult consumers prefer lingual brackets and clear aligners over tra- ditional ﬁ xed appliances, according to a cross-sectional survey conducted by researchers at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah. The study of the perceptions of adult laypersons in Saudi Arabia found that consumers were willing to pay more for these more aesthetically pleasing treat- ments when it came to their own orthodontic care but not for the orthodontic care of their children. In the survey, 199 Saudi adults (55 per cent of whom were female) were asked to evaluate images of adults wearing a variety of ortho- dontic appliances. Participants were shown images of different appliances and asked to rate them on attractiveness, acceptability of having them placed on both themselves and their children, order of preference, and economic value. The appliances pictured were metal brackets with either colour- less or coloured o-ties, self-ligating metal brackets, hybrid half-metal and half-ceramic brackets, ceramic AD S H A P I N G T H E F U T U R E OF ORAL HEALT H Shanghai China NATIONAL EXHIBITION AND CONVENTION CENTER 1–4 September 2020 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE 25 March 2020 EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION DEADLINE 31 May 2020 www.world-dental-congress.org FDIWorldDentalCongress fdi_wdc brackets, self-ligating ceramic brackets, shaped brackets, and clear aligner trays. Lingual brackets were shown by pictures of subjects who had no visible appliances, together with an inside view of the mouth. Participants in the study rated clear aligners and lingual brackets as the most attractive of the treat- ment options. Coloured o-tied brack- ets and shaped brackets were rated as the least attractive. A clear majority (86.9 per cent) said that clear aligners were the most acceptable of the pictured ap- pliances for placing on themselves, and that clear aligners were also the preferred treatment option for the participants’ children (84.9 per cent). The least acceptable for placement were shaped brackets: only 24.1 per cent of participants rated these as the most acceptable option to have placed for their own treatment, and only 36.2 per cent rated them as the most acceptable option to have placed on their children. The least acceptable of the ap- pliances were coloured o-tied brack- ets, at 4 per cent. When it came to cost, which the authors identiﬁ ed as a factor in participants’ responses, the majority said they were willing to pay more for orthodontic treat- ment using the aesthetically pre- ferred clear aligners and lingual brackets, but that they were not willing to pay more to have these appliances placed on their children. In discussing the ﬁ ndings, the authors wrote: “Our ﬁ ndings showed that our participants were willing to pay more to have aesthetically pleasing, least visible appliances placed for them rather than the standard metal braces.” They spec- ulated that this willingness to pay could indicate the participants’ per- ception of the impact of orthodontic appliances on aesthetic appearance and possibly how they are perceived in social situations. They added that participants’ unwillingness to pay more for what they had identiﬁ ed as the more aes- thetically pleasing treatment option for their children was perhaps due to a perceived lower level of judgement being placed on children by themselves and their peers. “[The results] may mean that par- ents perceive that it is not neces- sary for their children to have the most aesthetically pleasing appli- ance. Parents may feel that their children will not suffer from nega- tive self-perception or judgement in social situations as it is perhaps more common to see children wear- ing visible braces than adults,” the authors wrote. The study, titled “Adult per- ceptions of different orthodontic ap pliances”, was published online on 13 December 2019 in Patient Preference and Adherence.
Digital technologies and biomaterials in customised therapies for bone reconstruction By Dr Carlo Mangano, Italy. news news LECTURE INFORMATION What? “Digital technologies and biomaterials in customized therapies” by Dr Carlo Mangano When? 6 February, 9:45–10:30 Where? DDS Forum, Hall A simpler, are less invasive, involve less risk of complications, and reach their goal within the shortest time frame. The ideal bone substitutes should have biocompatibility, excellent osteo- conductive properties and appropri- ate strength, and they should be able to form a suitable shape easily and to replace the bone completely within a short period. Calcium phosphate- based materials have been consid- ered for use as bone graft substitutes in the treatment of bone defects for over 30 years, in orthopaedic, dental and maxillofacial surgery. In the last several years, the application of digi- tal technology in dentistry has be- come widespread, and considerable progress has been made in the de- velopment of CAD/CAM techniques. More recently, attempts have been made to fabricate custom-made scaffolds, allowing bone grafts to be tailored for speciﬁ c applications or even for in dividual patients, using computer- assisted methods. The same concepts are applied to produce dental or maxillofacial im- plants by direct laser metal forming, an additive manufacturing proce- dure. It is a time-saving procedure in which a high-power laser beam is directed on to a metal powder bed and fuses particles according to a programme in a CAD ﬁ le. Apposition of subsequent layers gives shape to a 3D form that requires minimal post- processing. It is now possible to fabricate dental, maxillofacial and orthopaedic implants directly from CAD models. The presentation describes new protocols for the manufacture of custom- made calcium phosphate or titanium scaffolds using 3D printing procedures to augment or repair bone defects and minimise surgery when severe atrophy is present. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr Carlo Mangano is a top expert in the ﬁ eld of im- plantology and, besides working in his private practice in Italy, he is an adjunct professor at the Gabriele d’Annunzio University of Chieti–Pescara and Vita-Salute San Raffaele University in Italy. He frequently contributes to publications and presents lectures at interna- tional congresses. As a member of the Italian Academy of Osseo- integration, Mangano participates in many educational extracurricular activities, and from 2020 to 2021, he will serve as the president of the Digital Dentistry Society. In the last 15 years, he has focused on 3D printing of biomaterials. Augmentation of an insufﬁ cient bone volume is indicated before or in conjunction with implant placement to gain long-term functioning and an aesthetic outcome. Autogenous bone block grafting is the accepted stand- ard of care. These tissue transplants, however, have limited availability and require an additional procedure, posing the risk of morbidities. A vari- ety of bone substitute materials, such as allogeneic or xenogeneic materi- als, are available for ridge augmen- tation, but the risk of disease trans- mission needs to be considered. In modern implant dentistry or maxillo- facial surgery, priority should be given to those interventions that are AD Join our community AEEDC Dubai 2020 · 5 & 6 February 2020 8
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GEASS: 100 PER CENT PRODUCERS OF SMILES The way forward in implantology is Italian. Geass’s philosophy has its roots in innovation and safety, and it has been transforming dental im- plantology solutions into smiles for 35 years now. The company’s implants and prosthetic components are manu- factured in Italy at the Geass produc- tion plant, with the purpose of guaran- teeing the quality of each item through in-house production and careful qual- ity control of each individual piece. search, and develops and manufactures dental implants, prostheses and proto- cols to offer innovative, reliable and safe solutions for dental professionals. In collaboration with research insti- tutes, universities and relevant clinics, Geass’s R & D department conducts re- Thanks to its research, applied technology and wide market knowledge, Geass has developed and patented AD www.idem-singapore.com 24 - 26 April 2020 Suntec Singapore THE LEADING DENTAL EXHIBITION AND CONFERENCE IN ASIA PACIFIC LEARN FROM THESE WORLD-CLASS SPEAKERS AT IDEM 2020! SDA Masterclass Shimon Friedman Mark Wolff Brian B. Nový Thuan Dao Axel Spahr Fadi Yassmin Mohamed Hassanien Michael Danesh-Meyer Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi Roberto Turrini Ronnie Yap Suchada Kongkiatkamon Peet van der Vyver What’s New for IDEM 2020 Conference Programme Special Care Dentistry Symposium Highlighting the treatment needs of patients with special needs, this full day Asia to focus on this niche topic in dentistry. IDEM EduHub @ Level 6 sessions and learn more about topics beyond dental including marketing, volunteering and more. SECURE YOUR PASSES FOR IDEM ONLINE Registration Connect with us Endorsed by Supported by Held in Organised by business Synthegra, the most innovative laser implant treatment surface. Following a speciﬁc procedure, the laser re- moves titanium through sublimation, moving along the surface of the im- plant and creating thousands of reg- ularly distributed micrometric pores of the same shape and size. The ﬁnal result is a clean and topographically controlled surface that is able to induce excellent and rapid osseointe- gration and to signiﬁcantly reduce bacterial adhesion, resulting in a reduced risk of peri-implantitis. Geass’s product range includes solutions for single-tooth to fully edentulous cases through two dental implant systems, both treated with Synthegra: Way and Omny. Way is characterised by a wide range of im- plant shapes, all of them using the same simple protocol for different prosthetic solutions, to be selected according to the type of rehabilitation required: Way Mix, the implant for excellent aesthetic results; Way Extra, the implant for the management of post-extraction cases; Way Rock, the transmucosal im- plant for distal segments; Way Slim, the implant for re- stricted anatomical spaces; and Way Short, the implant for cases with reduced bone height. Omny is a simple, complete, inno- vative and affordable system: a unique and compact surgical kit for any kind of rehabilitation, two different implant shapes and a unique prosthetic con- nection for all the diameters. In addition to that, Geass offers a range of solutions for digital den- tistry, including digital impression taking, computer-assisted surgery and CAD/CAM personalised prostheses. Education too is a priority for the com- pany. Its educational programmes cover all aspects of implant dentistry, from very basic training courses to more advanced ones, including spe- ciﬁc protocols you can use immedi- ately. Innovative training on cadavers allows you to practise all the most advanced surgical techniques, and there is the possibility of training in computer-assisted surgery too. Geass is present in more than 15 countries and it is growing steadily. The company supports its dealers all around the world during all stages of introduction of the brand and its solutions to the market, offering high- level technical and commercial train- ing, scientiﬁc documentation and on- going assistance from its headquarters, including speciﬁc local training. Geass stands for premium Italian quality, dental implant experience, precision, reliability and innovation. It offers the perfect solution for those who share these values and want to stand out from the crowd. Geass, Italy www.geass.it/en Booth 4 C16 IDEM Singapore AEEDC Dubai 2020 · 5 & 6 February 2020 IDEM Singapore Koelnmesse Pte Ltd Ms. Isabel Shankar T: +65 6500 6700 E: email@example.com 12 +65 9622 9782 idem.sg @IDEMSingapore Singapore Dental Association
business COMPOSI-TIGHT 3D FUSION NAMED 2019 TOP SECTIONAL MATRIX Composi-Tight 3D Fusion from Garrison Dental Solutions has been honoured with the 2019 top product award for sectional matrices from DENTAL ADVISOR. Designed to re- duce procedure time and improve Class II composite restorative out- comes, the product was recognised as a major achievement in sectional matrix technology. Garrison revolutionised the pro- cess of Class II composite restora- tions with the introduction of the Composi-Tight sectional matrix sys- tem to the dental industry in 1996 and has had a steady stream of sectional matrix innovations over the past decade. Launched in 2017, the 3D Fusion sectional matrix sys- tem provides distinct advantages over other systems on the market, as it can be used distal of the canine, with short teeth, in paediatric appli- cations and for extremely wide preparations, with the new Wide Prep ring. Garrison Dental Solutions, Germany www.garrisondental.com Booth 7 F15 AD AEEDC, Booth 714, hall 7 Visit us! Explore digital dentistry. Schütz Dental. “We are de- lighted that our collective efforts in making the number one sectional matrix system in the world have been acknowledged by such a well- renowned organisation as DENTAL ADVISOR,” said Troy Allan, director of product development and engi- neering at Garrison. “Enabling pre- dictability in restorative dentistry is our passion. Incorporating feedback from a wide variety of clinicians all around the globe has deﬁ nitely made 3D Fusion a winner.” ABOUT THE AWARD Since 1983, DENTAL ADVISOR has been a trusted expert to dental profes- sionals worldwide with concise, accu- rate, and objective information. They combine clinical experience with lab- oratory data and report on the long- term in vivo performance of materials over time. The mission is to provide the dental profession with evidence-based and clinically relevant information on dental restorative products, infection control products and dental equipment. DENTAL ADVISOR reports objective clinical evaluations, product compari- sons, comprehensive long-term clinical performance studies, and unbiased laboratory test results. Every year, DENTAL ADVISOR is proud to present its Top Product and Product Awards. DENTAL ADVISOR’s awards are one of the most respected awards created to recognize quality products and equipment, taking into account clinical and evidence-based research to honour the best.
business SUCCESS CD FOR TEMPORARY CROWN AND BRIDGE MATERIAL Success CD is a self-curing, cold- polymerising paste–paste system for the fast and easy chairside produc- tion of temporary crowns, bridges, inlays and onlays. As a composite- based material, it convinces by its great polishability, high colour sta- bility and low water uptake. Quick and simple treatments With Success CD, high-quality temporary restorations can be ﬁ n- ished in only 5 minutes. After 30 to 60 seconds of setting in the oral cavity, the material gains an elastic consistency and can be removed without risking deformation. Suc- cess CD will be completely cured after an additional 3 minutes and can then be polished. This time-saving procedure is highly economical. The extra-short mixing tips allow precise application and reduce material waste by approximately 40 per cent. Reliable and long-lasting temporaries Success CD boasts the ability to sustain a strong functional load, excellent transverse strength, perfect compressive strength and minimal polymerisation shrinkage. Therefore, PROGRAMME HIGHLIGHTS AEEDC 2020 AEEDC Student Competition The 11th edition of the AEEDC Student Competition provides a unique opportunity for all aspiring dental professionals. Students in their last academic years can actively inter- act with their peers from other den- tal colleges/universities through a face-to-face competition. The main goal is to network, exchange knowl- edge and expand horizons on vari- ous issues of dentistry. Competing students will be challenged in a dental quiz in various subjects ranging from infection control to implantology and oral surgery. The competition will take place in Conference Hall D on 5 February (14:00–18:00). Poster Presentations The AEEDC 2020 Poster Award Competition is a staple in the event’s educational programme. It provides the perfect opportunity for dental pro - fessionals to display their research, exchange ideas with colleagues and get to know their peers. The scien- tiﬁ c committee will pick and announce three winners on 6 February. AEEDC Dubai Stars Additionally, the event agenda for 2020 includes the very popular AEEDC Dubai Stars programme, which will see star celebrity dentists, inﬂ uencers and industry profession- als engage in a series of fun-ﬁ lled competitions that are speciﬁ cally de- signed to initiate, inspire and spark their creativity. precise, functional and long-lasting temporaries can be created. and its availability in various shades promote perfect aesthetic results. Great aesthetic results The material’s high colour sta- bility and brilliant, enamel-like gloss ensure long-term aesthetic results. Success CD’s natural ﬂ uorescence PROMEDICA, Germany www.promedica.de Booth 7 F17 SAYSAYUNITE FOR MOUTH HEALTH Promedica offers high-quality products with a special focus on aesthetics which cater to the various everyday re- quirements of dentists. AD Your mouth is amazing! It helps you eat, speak and smile conﬁdently—to enjoy life. This World Oral Health Day, encourage your local community to make a pledge to look after their oral health – starting with a visit to the dentist. In return, make a pledge to educate patients on the mouth-body connection. PLEDGE W E WA N T YO U R C O L L E C T I V E E F F O R T S A N D P L E D G E S T O L E A D T O H A P P I E R , H E A LT H I E R L I V E S . SCAN ME FOR MORE INFO WOHD20 www.world ralhealthday.org s r e n t r a P l a b o G l s r e t r o p p u S
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