Précédente session: Lyon, 23-24-25 janvier 2014

Prochaine session: Lyon

Dates: 23-24-25 janvier 2014

Lieu : Musée Gardagne,
1, Place du Petit Collège, 69005 Lyon
04 78 42 03 61


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détails de la session:

Conférenciers et programme :
BORG : Barcelone Study Group

JoursConférencier"Trombine"Expertise:CV (PDF):
Jeudi, vendredi et samediDr RodriguezChirurgien maxillo-facial
Expliquera les bases biologiques de leur protocole
Mr Javier PérezTechnicien de laboratoire
Javier Vela NebotExpliquera leur protocole clinique pour les réhabilitations sur implants (chirurgie et prothèses)

Pratique :

Le repas de rassemblement du mercredi soir se fera soit au restaurant de l’hôtel la « Tour Rose » a côté de l’hôtel « la Cour des Loges » à partir de 19h 30.

Les Déjeuners se prendrons à extérieur dans un des petits bouchons Lyonnais autour du musée de Gadagne ou encore au restaurant de l’hôtel la « Tour Rose » 0478926910 à côté de l’hôtel « la Cour des Loges »

La soirée gala du vendredi 24 janvier se fera à « la tête d’Oie » une référence dans le vieux Lyon.

Programme détaillé :

IMPLANT-SUPPORTED RESTORATIONS IN THE ANTERIOR AREA

BORG (Barcelona Osseointegration Research Group)

Dr Xavier Vela
Dr Xavier Rodríguez
Mr. Javier Pérez

Objective:

The aim of this course is to show to the clinician the biologic factors that determine the stability of the tissues around our rehabilitations and their influence on the final esthetic result.  The macro and micro-design of the implant-supported restoration change the behavior of these tissues. The BORG protocol offers a new clinical guideline for the treatment of anterior area cases following five clinical steps to obtain an aesthetic approach.

The BOPT (Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique) means a change in the way of treating tooth-supported restorations that allows us to improve the quality and quantity of the periodontal tissues through the prosthetic treatment.

Course Index:

1. Tissue stability key factors

2. BORG Implant-Supported Restoration Protocol

3. Cases using the BORG Protocol

4. B.O.P.T. Technique (Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique)

5. Cases using the B.O.P.T. Technique

 

Thursday, January 22nd, 2014

 

1. Tissue Stability Key Factors:

The aesthetic result depends on the tissue stability around the rehabilitation. The objective of the implant-supported restorations is to mimic the behavior of the natural tooth. For a better understanding of the tissue behavior three steps will shown:

3.1 Biological Aesthetic Key Factors on Tooth. The behavior of the Natural Tooth and its relationship with the soft and hard tissues

3.2 Biological Aesthetic Key Factors on Standard (Matched) Implant Restorations and their Management. How do this Key Factors work on this kind of restorations?

3.3 How to get the implant restoration design (implant, abutment and crown) and management that make predictable the behavior of the biological esthetic key factors.

 

4. BORG Protocol for Aesthetic Implant-Supported Rehabilitations:

4.1  Tissue Optimization

– GBR (Guided Bone Regeneration)
– Connective Tissue Grafts (Tuberosity)

4.2. Soft tissues Remodeling Technique

– Concept
– Clinical Management

4.3. Platform Switching

– Biological Relevance
– Clinical Management

4.4 Handling Reduction

– Biological Relevance
– Clinical Management

4. 5 Cleaning Abutments

– Biological Relevance
– Cleaning Abutments Protocol

4 .6 Active Prostheses

– Role of the Temporary Prostheses
– New Design Abutments
– Margin-less Abutments
– Clinical and prosthetic Management

 

Friday, January 23rd, 2014

5. BORG Cases.

– Aesthetic Cases Review

 

Saturday, January 24th, 2014

 

 

6. BOPT (BIOLOGICALLY ORIENTED PREPARATION TECHNIQUE)

 

The BOPT Technique offers a new approach to the clinician in order to improve not only the final esthetic result but also the stability of these results. A different clinical and prosthetic management of the tooth–supported restorations in the same directions as the concepts stated before in implant rehabilitations.

– Periodontal Tissue Stability: Determinants

– BOPT Concept: Marginless preparations

– Biological Relevance

– Clinical and prosthetic Management

7. BOPT Cases

– Aesthetic Cases Review

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