Non Surgical Masterclass in Periodontal Treatment

Starts 5.Sep.2022
09:00 GMT

Ends 7.Sep.2022
18:00 GMT

Romania, Bucharest

Marriott Courtyard

1 module
3 days

Event Details

These masterclasses are addressed to many different dental specialists. First, they are addressed to the dentist who believes that periodontology is essential in any dental treatment. They are also addressed to the clinician who knows the nonsurgical approach is always the first therapeutic phase and who acknowledges the advantages—both for the patient and for the dental practice—that these treatment modalities provide in increasing the percentage of clinical success in complex cases. The courses are also directed at the dentist who, while delegating certain aspects of prophylaxis to the dental hygienist, can identify methods and protocols to create profitable synergies.
These masterclasses will provide educational value for dentists, who are experts in many other fields of dentistry, including surgical periodontology, but who want to expand and improve their knowledge regarding a nonsurgical approach so they can offer a less invasive treatment (at least initially).

Learning Objectives

 > Non surgical periodontal instrumentation: Full mouth
manual and meccanical debridment vs quadrant scaling.
 > Calculus detection, use of periodontal probe, for “SiteSpecific Instrumentation.”
 > Manual non surgical periodontal instrumentation. To
avoid burnishing the calculus and to remove the calcified
deposits effectively, clinicians will practice either vertical
strokes, keeping any instrument strictly tip foremost
(according to a technique modified by the author) and
horizontal instrumentation movements.
 > Universal Curets and Scalers for deep scaling as well as
superficial instrumentation
 > Periodontal files - clinical indications
 > Ultrasonic debridement with extra fine inserts and
modified technique
 > Non surgical periodontal instrumentation, with the
adjunctive use of a diode LASER. The diode laser as an aid to
non-surgical periodontal instrumentation: indications, limits
and clinical protocol

Key Facts

The course aims to be mainly concrete, during hands-on workshop participants will practice all non-surgical periodontal and peri-implant instrumentation techniques, including also the use of diode or erbium laser, to improve treatment of periodontal and peri-implant diseases, using educational study models and animal models. We will start with manual instrumentation, because Roncati’s VERTICAL STROKE is completely different and it needs a lot of practical exercise. Ultrasonic and laser devices will be also widely used. Furthermore, the advanced laser course will be focusing on Periodontal and Soft Tissue treatment. All the topics of the following program will be largely covered hands-on. However, the exact sequence of the practical parts may vary according to expressed needs from the participants.

Day 1 – Brief theoretical introduction with case presentation (2 hours) + hands-on workshop (first session) (4 hours practical part, interrupted by the lunch break) + Case presentation with follow-up (2 hours)

Day 1 Hands-on (1st session) on Veal jaw and perio-typodont study models.

PATIENT EVALUATION/EXAMINATION. Full data collection. Periodontal charting, Rx periodontal status, classification.

Periodontal probe uses to gather periodontal biometric indices in order to provide a correct diagnosis. Probing of bifurcations. Recession and adherent gingiva assessment.

CAUSE-RELATED THERAPY - INITIAL PREPARATION AS THE FIRST PHASE OF PERIODONTAL TREATMENT

NONSURGICAL PERIODONTAL INSTRUMENTATION.  Time to shift: from scaling and root planning to root surface debridement. CALCULUS DETECTION: detection of mineralized deposits in the subgingival sites, with particular technique and clinical tips. Site specific non-surgical vs standardized instrumentation. How to perceive residual burnished subgingival deposits.

Nonsurgical periodontal manual debridement: Operating technique. CORRECT GENTLE GRASP AND SECURE HOLD. ACCURATE INSTRUMENTATION MOVEMENT. HOW TO AVOID THE COMMON MISTAKE OF BURNISHING CALCIFIED DEPOSITS. MODIFIED TECHNIQUE TIP ONLY VERTIAL STROKE, with no risk of scratching the root surface. Advanced modified techniques for effective debridement: bimanual instrumentation, use of nondominant hand for additional lateral pressure.

Practice on nonsurgical periodontal instrument sharpening. Part one.

LASER USE in NONSURGICAL PERIODONTOLOGY: INDICATIONS, LIMITATIONS, AND CLINICAL PROTOCOLS. A device that facilitates but does not replace conventional instrumentation.

Diode Laser in Gingivoplasty mode, for gingival remodeling, clinical crown lengthening in selected cases.

Day 2 – Live treatment of periodontal clinical case + Hands-on (second session) (4 hours practical part, interrupted by the lunch break) + Case presentation with follow-up

Day 2 Hands-on (2nd session)   Practical hands-on exercise on Veal jaw and perio-typodont study models

Ultrasonic device uses. Different insert types, how to select the proper ones. MECHANICAL INSTRUMENTATION: STEP-BY-STEP OPERATING TECHNIQUES for supragingival and Subgingival calculus removal. Tips and tricks for a painless and effective professional performance, allowing effective calcified deposit removal in a targeted manner while keeping the patient comfortable.

CORRECT VERTICAL STROKES and horizontal movements IN THE ANTERIOR SEXTANT and ON THE POSTERIOR TEETH.

ALTERNATIVE USE OF BASIC INSTRUMENTS. SITE-SPECIFIC INSTRUMENTATION. Tips and tricks. INNOVATIVE EXTRAORAL, REINFORCED, CROSS ARCH AND OPPOSITE ARCH FULCRUMS AND POSITIONS

Practice on nonsurgical periodontal instrument sharpening. Part two.

 

Use of diode laser for treatment of aphetous lesions, herpes, angular cheilitis, and for effective root desensitization, in case of dentin hypersensitivity.

Efficient laser-assisted inhibition of the gag reflex from the patient to facilitate subsequent radiographs and impression taking.

Day 3 - Hands-on (third session) (4 hours practical part, until the lunch break) + theoretical discussion with question-and-answer session.

Day 3 Hands-on (3rd session) on Veal jaw and perio-typodont study models

Practical exercises on both periodontal and peri-implantitis protocols.

PERI-IMPLANTITIS: NONSURGICAL differentiated THERAPEUTIC APPROACH. Equipment, techniques, and materials for an effective decontamination and detoxification of exposed threads of an implant.

Use of a titanium-coated stainless steel hand instrument to remove calcified deposits in case of implants: ONE TOOL is sufficient for effective professional hygiene in case of implant-prosthetic rehabilitation.

Air-powder/Air-Flow devices and how to prevent complications such as sub-acute emphysema

Subgingival irrigation with antimicrobials. Local antibiotics (tetracyclines) for topic

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