Logo IFED 8th World Congress in Munich 2013
Friday, September 20th 2013
8:30-8:45 Opening Ceremony
Moderators: Siegbert Witkowsk MDT, Dr. Ronald Goldstein
8:45-10:00 Klaus Müterthies DT:
Enduring esthetics - The Patron Klaus Müterthies will be debating topics with one of his former students, Samuel Lee
  • Opening Session. What is of continued existence and what has changed in esthetics?
Additional information
10:00-10:30 Refreshment break in the exhibit hall
 
  Session 1
Ceramic Veneers on prep- vs. no-preparation
Moderators: Ralf Barsties MDT, Dr. Stefano Gracis
10:30-10:45 Introduction, short case presentation and moderation:
Ralf Barsties MDT, Dr. Stefano Gracis
10:45-11:30 Andreas Nolte DT:
State of the art of veneers on prep vs. no-preparation
  • What are the indications for the no-pre-veneers?
  • What are the limitations of the no-rep-veneers?
  • How do you handle dark tooth coloration?
  • What are the results regarding occlusal veneers (table-tops)?
  • What is the best fabrication technique? Press vs. build-up. What are the pros and cons?
  • What are your personal top three key success factors?
Additional information
11:30-11:45 Panel discussion with the speaker
 
11:45-13:45 Table Clinic Session
6-8 table clinics operating simultaneously during the lunch break on Friday, 20 September. In a small group, outstanding dental technicians will present various topics of great interest in table clinic demonstrations. Participants will have the opportunity to interact immediately and ask their personal questions of interest. The practical demonstrations will, at the same time, provide inspiration and offer a means of trouble shooting.
12:15-13:45 Lunch break in the exhibit hall
 
Session 2
Different approaches to transfer patient information – The practical approach
Moderators: Dr. Ueli Grunder, Andreas Kunz MDT
13:45-14:15 Udo Plaster MDT:
Estetic and Function: Recognizing and Exploiting Natural Interrelations
  • What and how do you transfer anatomical landmarks from the patient side to the fabrication side?
  • What are the key factors of the transfer of anatomical landmarks?
  • How do you use photography and other measures such as wax rims and face bow transfer in the conventional workflow?
  • What do you do with edentulous patients and what do you do with missing single tooth replacement?
  • What is lacking in the conventional workflow?
Additional information
14:15-14:45 Dr. Christian Coachman:
Transferring patient's information in the digital workflow
  • What and how do you transfer anatomical landmarks from the patient side to the fabrication side?
  • How do you use photography and other measures such as wax rims and face bow transfer in the digital workflow?
  • How do you transmit information data from the patient to the computer screen?
  • What do you do with edentulous patients and what do you do with missing single tooth replacement?
  • What is lacking in the digital workflow?
Additional information
14:45-15:15 Panel discussion with all speakers
 
15:15-15:45 Refreshment break in the exhibit hall
 
Synopsis of sessions 1 and 2 of the day
Moderators: Otto Prandtner MDT, Prof. Dr. Ariel J. Raigrodski
15:45-16:15 Prof. Dr. Irene Sailer:
Clinical success of build-up and monolithic all ceramic restorations
  • What is known about the clinical success and failure?
  • What kind of clinical studies are available?
  • What is known about the different indications?
  • How does the cementation system influence clinical success?
  • In conclusion: What is expert-, marketing- and evidence based?
16:15-16:45 Dr. Galip Gürel:
Transferring patient's information into the fabrication process – What is mandatory?
  • Which information is mandatory for the dental laboratory?
  • Which information is mandatory in treatment planning for the fabrication?
  • What is the evidence based state of a face bow?
  • What is still lacking in the digital and conventional workflow?
  • What are the permanent trouble makers regarding information transfer?
16:45-17:15 Michael Bergeler, MDT:
Handmade and machining in 2013
  • Where is the line between handmade and machining?
  • Which factors are influencing the acceptance and use of CAD/CAM?
  • Which lab procedures are predominantly made by hand?
  • Which are the present pros and cons of CAD/CAM?
17:15-17:45 Panel discussion with all speakers
19:00-00:30
IFED 2013 NIGHT "Esthetics has many faces"
of IFED and DGÄZ presented by BMW at BMW Welt (dress code: elegant)
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Saturday, September 21st 2013
 
  Session 1
Creating natural- and functional-based occlusion
Moderators: Stefan Schunke, Prof. Dr. Bernd Wöstmann
Additional information
8:30-9:00 Hiroki Goto, RDT
Sponsor Kuraray Noritake
Behind the Scenes: fRule the Opacity, Gain Ultimate Control Over Porcelain
  • What is the present state of individual build-up technique for occlusion?
  • What are the advantages of using individual build-up?
  • What are the economical aspects of using individual build-up?
Additional information
9:00-9:30 Oliver Brix, MDT:
Creating dental occlusion using the press-ceramic technique
  • What is the current status of different press techniques for occlusion?
  • What are the advantages of using the press technique?
  • What are the economical aspects of using the press technique?
  • Which kind of different ceramics can be used for occlusal restorations?
  • Creating dental occlusion utilizing press-ceramic technique
Additional information
9:30-10:00 Joachim Maier, MDT:
Creating dental occlusion using digital supported machining
  • What is the current status of machining techniques for occlusion?
  • What are the advantages of using digital milling or grinding for occlusion?
  • What are the economical aspects of using machining?
  • Which kind of different materials can be used for occlusal restorations?
Additional information
10:00-10:30 Panel discussion with all speakers
10:30-11:00 Refreshment break in the exhibit hall
  Session 2
The digital workflow – State-of-the-art and future prospective
Moderators: Vanik Kaufmann-Jinoian, PD Dr. Florian Beuer
Additional information
11:00-11:30 Prof. Dr. Wael Att:
State of the art of intraoral digital impressions
  • What kinds of systems are available?
  • How is the precision of the different systems?
  • How can the data workflow out of the dental office be described?
  • What kind of networks and communities are available?
  • What are the solutions for digital based dental models?
Additional information
11:30-12:00 Marco Cossu, DT:
The current status of using digital dental design (CAD)
  • What kinds of major systems are available? Are there any differences?
  • Which systems have unique characteristics?
  • How close are the CADs to nature to simulate oral function?
  • Where are the current limitations of software design?
  • How can the data workflow between dental office and production centers be described?
  • What kind of networks and communities are available?
Additional information
12:00-12:30 Ralph Riquier, MDT:
The current status of using digital dental manufacturing
  • What kinds of systems are commonly used?
  • What are the limitations of digital-supported manufacturing?
  • What is the current status of additive manufacturing?
  • What is the current status of manufacturing dental models?
  • What are the economical key factors for in-house production?
  • What are the future perspectives in digital dental manufacturing?
12:30-13:00 Panel discussion with all speakers
13:00-15:00 Closing of the meeting and exibition
17:00-23:00 IFED PARTY
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