40th European Prosthodontic Association (EPA)
65th German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro)

15–17 September 2016 • Halle/Germany

40th European Prosthodontic Association (EPA)
65th German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro)

15–17 September 2016 • Halle/Germany

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Workshop Programme

Workshop I
The digital way to high end level treatment with ORGANICAL® DENTAL IMPLANT
Daniel Ellmann (Berlin/DE)

Time: 09:00–10:30 h
Room: Medienraum – Melanchtonianum
participants limit: 25

Description
ORGANICAL®DENTAL IMPLANT is based on a patented, seamless, digital work flow, which is providing a better benefit of process safety to the dentist, when implanting, their dental technicians and finally also the patient. A particularly for this purpose developed DVT-diagnostic template acquires all data, which are surgically relevant in picture-form and from there it is being transferred into the implant-planning software for the next step in the procedure. A unique point-zero reference, implemented in the software supplies afterwards the exact transfer of all passage holes to be milled digitally in the DVT-diagnostic template with a point zero fixed holder system – as in the ORGANICAL® DESKTOP 8. This procedure reduces significantly tolerances in the manufacturing as well as the deviation in the middle-field of the implant foot to a minimum.

Workshop II
Contemporary digital workflows in dentistry - Motorway or a bumpy road?
Sven Reich (Aachen/DE)

Time: 09:00–10:30 h
Room: Hörsaal D – Melanchtonianum
participants limit: 30

Description
The manufacturer of intraoral scanners promote the digital intra oral impression as the future standard treatment method instead of taking conventional impressions. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss the pros and cons of digital intraoral impressions. Beside clinical features different ways of processing of the data obtained from digital impression are shown. As example the digital workflow of data acquired with the True Definition scanner is presented but also the combination of the intraoral data with other 3D data set like cone-beam tomography is a useful option. The participants will have the opportunity to try the Tre Definition scanner in a phantom head.

Workshop III
EyeSpecial C-II – The exclusive dental camera for practice and laboratory
Bernd Egger (Füssen/DE)

Description
The EyeSpecial C-II is the new intelligent, digital dental camera that meets all requirements of dental photography. Whether for intraoral photography, for documentation or for use in the dental laboratory, simply, safely and quickly obtain stunning photos.
In this workshop you will get a theoretical and practical introduction to the features and benefits of EyeSpecial C-II dental camera. Technical bases for camera technology and the different recording modes are explained using case studies.
You will learn a systematic handling of the camera and the use of aids for intraoral images.

Time: 09:00–10:30 h
Room: Hörsaal C – Melanchtonianum
participants limit: 20

Workshop IV
How to reduce barriers in fixed & removable prosthetics by use of technology?
Vincent Fehmer (Geneva/CH)

Description
Modern diagnostics, planning, designing, and cost-efficient CAM and manual-based production of fixed and removable prosthetics with cara smile® design, YantaLoc®, I-Bridge®, PalaVeneers® and Pala DS®.
Introduction in diagnostics and planning, comparison and advantages of fixed and removable implant-divergence compensating systems, designing, CAD- / manual- setup and cost-efficient veneering of reliable prosthetic solutions.

Time: 11:00–12:00 h
Room: Hörsaal XXII

EyeSpecial C-II – The exclusive dental camera for practice and laboratory
Bernd Egger (Füssen/DE)

Time: 11:00–12:30 h
Room: Hörsaal XXIII – Audimax
participants limit: 20