Logo IFED 8th World Congress in Munich 2013
Scientific Committee
Prof. Dr. Nitzan Bichacho, Prof. Jaime Gil, Dr. Stefano Gracis, Siegbert Witkowski, MDT
 
Wednesday, September 18th 2013
 
 

 
PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION WITH SPONSOR WORKSHOPS

SPEAKERS' DINNER
 
Thursday, September 19th 2013
09:00-17:30
IFED Poster Exhibition • open all day • at the Philharmonic (main hall)
8:30-9:15
OPENING CEREMONY
9:15-10:45
NATURAL vs. IMPLANT ABUTMENTS – HEROICS vs. EFFICIENCY
Session president: Prof. Dr. Robert Sader
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Dr. Niklaus P. Lang
9:25-9:50
Dr. Martin Trope:
Reliability of endodontically treated teeth
  • How do the recent developments in endodontic techniques influence the longevity of prosthetic abutments?
  • Can a total adhesive approach to the reconstruction of an endodontically treated tooth significantly improve its prognosis?
  • What can be done to improve the esthetic appearance of endodontically treated teeth and what is their long-term stability?
Additional information
9:50-10:15
Dr. Rino Burkhardt:
Reliability of dental implants
  • Can it be assumed that implants are as reliable as natural abutments?
  • What does it take to make an implant-supported restoration in the esthetic zone successful over a long-term period?
  • What are the reasons / incidence of periimplantitis and what is the treatment concept?
Additional information
10:15-10:45
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
10:45–11:30
Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall and Opening Ceremony of the Exhibition
11:30-13:00
TRADITIONAL vs. MODERN ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT OPTIONS
Session president: Dr. Danuta Borczyk
Introduction: Prof. Lennart Lagerström
Additional information
11:40-12:05
Dr. Domingo Martin:
Non surgical treatment of Class II and open bite patients
  • Can Class II and open bite patients be effectively treated without orthognathic surgery?
  • What type of anchorage is necessary?
  • Is the result stable?
Additional information
12:05-12:30
Dr. Raffaele Spena:
Periodontally facilitated orthodontics
  • What are the prerequisites and limitations of corticotomy-assisted tooth movements?
  • Which are the long-term effects of such a technique?
  • What are the benefits of skeletal anchorage?
Additional information
12:30-13:00
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
13:00–14:30
Lunch break in the Exhibit Hall and Poster Award Presentation
14:30-17:00
Treatment Planning Session at the Philharmonic (main hall)

Team South America:
  • Dr. Christian Coachman
  • Dr. Marcelo Calamita
  • Dr. Adalberto de Paula
Team Europe:
  • Prof. Dr. Nitzan Bichacho
  • Dr. Eric van Dooren
  • Dr. Raffaele Spena
Case by Prof. Markus Hürzeler, supervised by Prof. Klaus Lang.
17:00
IFED/DGÄZ Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall
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Friday, September 20th 2013
09:00-17:30
IFED Poster Exhibition
 
08:30-10:00
RELATIVE IMPACT OF SURGICAL TECHNIQUES AND BIOMATERIALS ON PERIODONTAL REGENERATION IN AESTHTIC AREAS
Session president: Dr. Emanuele Risciotti
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Dr. Søren Jepsen
8:40-9:05
Dr. Pierpaolo Cortellini:
The current state of surgical regenerative treatment options
  • Which surgical techniques are most reliable for regenerating periodontal tissues?
  • How does the surgeon's manual ability and clinical experience influence the level of predictability of any technique?
Additional information
9:05-9:30
Leonardo Trombelli, DDS, PhD:
The Current evolution of regenerative periodontal therapy and the impact on clinical practice
  • Which substances have the potential for regenerating the hard tissues (barriers, amelogenins, BMPs)?
  • What is the level of predictability of pharmacological regenerative treatment options?
Additional information
9:30-10:00
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
10:00–10:45
Refreshment break and Poster Award Presentation in the Exhibit Hall
10:45-12:15
DIRECT vs. INDIRECT ESTHETIC RESTORATIONS
Session president: Dr. Mark Bowes
Introduction: Prof Dr. Reinhard Hickel
10:55-11:20
Dr. Claudio Pinho:
State of the art of direct restorations
  • What are the recent developments in direct restorative materials?
  • What are the limitations of direct restorations?
  • Are direct composites suitable for the long-term rehabilitation of occlusal surfaces?
Additional information
11:20-11:45
Dr. Mauro Fradeani:
State of the art of indirect restorations and tooth preparations
  • How do adhesive technique and new restorative materials influence today’s preparation designs?
  • Precision, esthetics and longevity: what are the best performing materials for indirect restorations?
  • What are the longevities of non-prep veneers and what are their limitations?
Additional information
11:45-12:15
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
12:15–13:45
Lunch break in the Exhibit Hall and Poster Award Presentation
13:45-15:25
TRADITIONAL vs. DIGITAL IMPRESSIONING
Session president: Dr. Koray Feran
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Irena Sailer Additional information
13:55-14:20
Dr. Fritz Kopp:
New developments of traditional impressions
  • What is the current state of elastomeric impression materials?
  • What is the current state of elastomeric impression techniques?
  • Does it still make sense to take a traditional impression?
Additional information
14:20-14:45
Prof. Dr. Bernd Wöstmann:
Innovations of digital impressioning
  • Are digital impressions as or more accurate than traditional impressions?
  • Are they more efficient, easier and more convenient for the patient?
  • Is digital impressioning another piece of the puzzle in the quest for the patient's full esthetic management?
Additional information
14:45-15:15
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
15:15-15:45
Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall
15:45-17:30
Treatment Planning Session at the Philharmonic (main hall)

Case by Dr. Michael Wise, supervised by Prof. Lennart Lagerström (Orthodontics), Prof. Dr. Hannes Wachtel (Periodontics) and Dr. Masao Yamazaki (Prosthodontics).
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
09:00-17:00
IFED Poster Exhibition
 
08:30-10:00
MANAGING EXTREME SOFT AND HARD TISSUE CHALLENGES
Session president: Dr. Aris Tripodakis
Introduction: Dr. Ueli Grunder
8:40-9:05
Dr. Albino Triaca:
Indications and limitations of surgical procedures
  • What are the indications and limitations of surgical procedures for vertical augmentation?
  • Is autologous block grafting still a viable technique and what are the alternatives?
  • In which situations can orthodontics help to develop soft and hard tissue volumes?
Additional information
9:05-9:30
Dr. Marcelo Calamita:
Indications and limitations of prosthetic solutions
  • When can a prosthetic solution provide a more esthetic outcome compared to surgical and orthodontic procedures?
  • Which pink material is best to use?
Additional information
9:30-10:00
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
10:00-10:15
Poster Awards Celebration
at the Philharmonic (main hall)
10:15–11:15
Refreshment Break in the Exhibit Hall
11:15-12:45
MANUAL vs. MACHINE-DRIVEN FABRICATION OF ESTHETIC RESTORATIONS
Session president: Dr. Prof. Akira Senda
Introduction: Prof. Dr. Ronald Goldstein & MDT Michael Bergler
11:25-11:50
Dr. Yoshihiko Mutobe:
State of the art of manually fabricated esthetic restorations
  • Are traditional manufacturing techniques still economically feasible?
  • Is manual fabrication the only way to obtain highly esthetic individual restorations?
  • Is the quality of manual fabrication superior to CAD/CAM restorations?
Additional information
11:50-12:15
Prof. Dr. Ariel J. Raigrodski:
The current state of CAD/CAM restorations
  • What new esthetic materials can be accessed through CAD/CAM technology?
  • Does CAD/CAM fabrication influence the long-term reliability of the restoration?
  • What are the differences in clinical performance between a laboratory fabricated and a CAD/CAM manufactured polymer-based restoration?
Additional information
12:15-12:45
Speaker's Panel Discussion and Q & A Session
Supervised by Moderator & Session President
12:45–13:15
Prof. Giovanni Zucchelli:
CLOSING LECTURE
New frontiers for esthetic soft tissue coverage around teeth and implants
Additional information
13:15-13:30
CLOSING CEREMONY
13:30–15:00
Closing of the Exhibition
17:00-23:00
IFED at the "Oktoberfest" Munich
Dress code: traditional bavarian dress
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