Prof. Dr. Stjohn Crean (UCLAN)
The number of patients attending dental practice with a medical diagnoses which may require pharmacological support is increasing. This puts pressure on the dental profession to be able to deal with these potential challenges and plan treatments which take into account any relevance these issues may have on a successful predictable outcome.
Accreditering: DG: 6, AE:40
Paleontological and anthropological perspectives on teeth
Prof. Dr. Peter S. Ungar, Universiteit van Arkansas
basic science and how we can use teeth to infer diets of the past, and a session covering evolutionary biological / anthropological perspectives on teeth and what we have learned from the fossil and archaeological records.
Accreditering: DG: 0, AE: 20
Prosthodontic treatment concepts for old and very old patients
Frauke Müller, Prof Dr. med. dent. Dr. hc. (UNIGenève)
The denture design has to correspond to the age-related changes in oral tissue and function. Novel digital technologies provide certain advantages in treating elder edentulous patients, in particular with regards to impression taking, as well as copying features from the old existing denture to the replacement one.
Evidence-based treatment planning, decisions and clinical practice in Prosthodontics in the age of Digitization.
Prof. Lambis Petridis DDS, MS, PhD, FHEA (UCLondon)
The adoption of new techniques has been exponential and the current choices for a clinician are numerous. This can lead to confusion and errors in choices compounded by aggressive commercial marketing with limited data on long-term success and complications.