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logo 50 | the Camlog Partner Magazine logo 50 | the Camlog Partner Magazine 10 | Cover story Cover story | 11 Practical Workshops: » Digital prosthetic workflow in full-arch restorations (Vincent Fehmer, Matteo Cordaro) » One-crown one-time concept (Joao Pitta, Christina Zarauz) » The digital approach in autogenous bone augmentation procedures: from the computer guided bone harvesting to the computer guided Khoury‘s technique (Luca de Stavola) » Soft-Tissue Augmentation around implants in day-to-day practice (Andres Pascual) » Guided Bone Regeneration – pushing the limits in day-to-day clinical practice (Frank Schwarz) Theoretical Workshops: » Grafting with acellular dermal matrix: science and techniques (Gerhard Iglhaut, Pat Allen) » Optimizing space for implant therapy with clear aligners (Homa Zadeh) Pre-Symposium The workshops will be followed in the afternoon with a pre-symposium entitled: "Technical innovation helps the clinic". The pre-symposium is included in the registration fee. Topics and Speakers: » Success factors in the treatment of gingival recession defects (Katja Nelson) » Update Augmentation – new techniques and materials (Markus Schlee) » Predictable and high-quality bone regeneration (Massimo Simion) » Digital and guided surgery (Nick Fahey) » Is full-arch implant dentistry the panacea for life? (Fazeela Khan Osborne) » Stick with me! Utilizing L-PRF for enhanced hard and soft tissue oral regeneration (Mia Geisinger) » Modern Wound Management – the use of autologous growth factors in everyday dental practice (Marc Quirynen) » Novel aspects of tissue engineering for bone regeneration (Siddharth Vivek Shanbhag) Main Scientific Program The main program is divided into eight sessions according to the focus topics. For example, different options for hard and soft tissue augmentation, including guided bone regeneration with blocks or shells, or computer-assisted bone augmentation will be discussed. The speakers will discuss topics such as to whether or how bone and soft tissue healing around implants can be influenced, discuss options in treatments for gingival recession, as well as the use of autologous bone or allogeneic, xenogeneic, or synthetic bone substitute materials, membranes, and soft tissue matrices. The question as to when is the right time for implant placement and what are the advantages of digitization will be discussed, as will prosthetic solutions for older, and also edentulous patients. Young researchers whose studies are supported by the OR Foundation will be presenting their latest findings in a separate session on the main podium on Saturday morning. The best researcher will receive the OR Foundation Research Award. In addition, the symposium will feature a poster exhibition. The best abstracts will be presented on the main stage on Friday afternoon. Session 1: Treatment planning in the digital era (Katja Nelson, Dehua Li) » Digital planning in the esthetic zone (Florian Beuer) » The ABCD Algorithm: A comprehensive philosophy in treatment planning for full arch cases (Udatta Kher, Ali Tunkiwala) » Analogic planning – is it still viable? (Sergio Piano) Session 2: Timing in implant treatment (Homa Zadeh) » Post-extraction socket development (Mauricio Araujo) » Delayed placement (Ronny Jung) » Immediate placement (Ramón Gómez-Meda) Session 3: Treatment of soft tissue defects: do we have relevant innovation? (Mariano Sanz) » The role of keratinized mucosa (Ignazio Sanz Martin) » Is peri-implant tissue management using CTG still golden standard? (S. Marcus Beschnidt) » Soft-tissue defects treated with heterologous materials (Anton Sculean) Session 4: CAD/CAM implant supported restoration – are they a must? (Irena Sailer) » CAD/CAM fixed dental prosthesis: state of the art (Jan Frederik Güth) » One-crown one-time concept (Christina Zarauz, João Pitta) » Digital Workflow or analog approach? (Julián Conejo) Session 5: Young OR Foundation Researchers und Research Award Session 6: Can we influence bone and soft tissue healing around implants? (Luca Cordaro) » Can we increase soft tissue dimensions in the long-term? (Hom-Lay Wang) » Ideal abutment emergence profile anatomy (Ana Torres) » Aggressive implant macrodesigns (Marius Steigmann) Session 7: Do digital technologies really help the implant surgeon? (Juan Blanco) » Efficient modern treatment plans: 5.0 immediate loading (Tiziano Testori) » Controlling errors in guided surgery (Tali Chackartchi) » Computer-assisted bone augmentation techniques (Bilal Al-Nawas) Session 8: Hard tissue augmentation with the conventional approach (Michael Stimmelmayr) » Principles and Long-term Results of Hard Tissue Grafting with Autogenous Bone (Fouad Khoury) » Block Grafts: Are they a must or becoming obsolete? (Tara Aghaloo) » Guided Bone Regeneration (Juan Blanco) Over the rooftops of Rome Italian elegance is called for at the Dolce Vita Night on Friday evening. The OR Foundation has booked the noble Villa Miani on Monte Mario. A breathtaking view over Rome and an exclusive ambience of frescoes and marble characterize this location, charmed by the international audience of the OR Symposium. Enjoy an unforgettable congress weekend in the Eternal City with groundbreaking impulses for your everyday practice and that very special flair. The Board Members of the OR Foundation: President Luca Cordaro, Irena Sailer, Past-President Mariano Sanz, Executive Director Martin Schuler Over the roofGo to the information and registration: