Moderation Team


Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. Nils-Claudius Gellrich

Director of the department for oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Medical University Hannover (MH), Scientific Director of the Pluradent Symposium 2018
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Since 2004 university professor and clinical director of the department for oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Medical University Hannover (MH) • 1991-1992 PhD Dr. med. and PhD Dr. med. dent. • Research focus: Complex facial reconstruction, tissue replacement and regeneration, tissue engineering, computer-assisted planning and surgery, patient-specific and functionalized implants, neuroprotection and regeneration


Miriam Lange

Moderator
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2001 TV-traineeship at RTL Hessen, Frankfurt • Since 2001 editor, reporter and presenter for various editorial offices at RTL in Cologne • Until 2007 weather moderator for RTL and the news channel n-tv • Currently presenter of the "RTL-Frühnews" at 6.00 am and the "RTL2 News" at 8.00 pm • On-reporter for RTL and the TV group • Since 2013 moderation of "Good Morning Germany" at RTL • Moderator for "Explosive - Das Magazin"

Speakers


Sven Gábor Jánszky

Futurologist and Trend Researcher
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Futurologist and CEO Trend Institute 2b AHEAD ThinkTank • The studies and trend analyses of his institute regarding the living, working and consumer worlds of the future as well as his strategy recommendations on business models of the future form the basis for future strategies of many companies • Voice of the lateral thinkers and disruptive innovators in the German business • Tutor international master's program "Leadership" at the International Charles University and the University of Leipzig • Chairman of the board of directors 2b AHEAD ThinkTank AG in St. Gallen • Board member International Charles University • Member of the board Management Circle AG • President "Rulebreaker-Society" • Consultant for board members and entrepreneurs in strategy processes • Leads innovation processes to product development and business models of the future • Interview expert in Germany's important economic media for innovations and trends • Keynote speaker at strategic meetings and congresses


Dr. Peter Bongard

Dentist
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1988-1993 Study of dentistry, Westphalian Wilhelm University of Münster • 1995 PhD, Westphalian Wilhelm University of Münster of Münster • 1993-1995 Assistance dentist, joint practice Drs. Klotz/Zückler, Duisburg • 1995-1999 Dentist, partner of the joint practice Klotz/ Zückler/Bongard, Duisburg; Focus on periodontics; Specialist and speaker for laser dentistry • Dentist in Moers since 1999, until 2014 practice Dr. Bongard & S. Möllenbruck, from 2014 Medical Care Centre "Zahn+Zentrum Moers GmbH", owner and medical director: Dr. Peter Bongard and Dr. stom. (YU) Klaus Jülichmann • 1994-2000 Specialist and speaker for laser dentistry • Since 1999 national and international speaker • 2000-2002 certified implantologist • Since 2000 certification and user of orthodontic treatment • 2000-2004 Specialization in prosthetics according to Prof. Gutowski • 2001-2004 member the study group Prof. Mick Drago, USA • Since 2004 Chairman Moerser Dentist Circle • 2005 Certification and appointment as specialist of implantology • 2006-2009 Part-time activity in the fields of implantology and periodontics in Bournemouth, England • Since 2006 Publication of various specialist articles nationally and internationally • Since 2006 Planning and deficiency expert KZV NZRRD in the field of dental prosthetics • 2009 Patent grant for a single-piece hybrid implant • 2009 Editorial adviser PIP magazine "Practical Implantology and Implantation Prosthodontics" • Since 2010 Private and court expert • 2013-2014 Study stays • 2014 Scientific advisory board "Alliance Healthy Implant" • 2017 Certified expert of the DGOI, German Society of Oral Implantology and the ICOI, International Congress of Oral Implantologists


Vincent Fehmer

Master Dental Technician, Clinic for fixed Prosthetics and Bio Materials, University Geneva
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Dental technician at the Clinic for Prosthetics and Biomaterials (Centre for Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland) • 1998-2002 Dental technician education in Stuttgart • 2002-2003 Trainee in dental oral design laboratories in the UK and the USA • 2003-2009 Dental Manufaktur Mehrhof in Berlin • 2009 Graduate as master dental technician • 2009-2014 Chief dental technician at the Clinic for Prosthetics and Dental Materials in Zurich, Switzerland • Since 2015 Clinic for Prosthetics and Biomaterials at the University of Geneva • Since 2015 own laboratory in Lausanne, Switzerland • Fellow of the international team for implantology (ITI) • Member of the Oral Design Group, the European Association of Dental Technology (EADT) and the German Association for Aesthetic Dentistry (DGÄZ) • National and international speaker • Several awards such as the award for the best master program of the year • Published numerous articles in the field of fixed prosthetics and digital dental technology


Prof. Dr. Daniel Edelhoff

Director Polyclinic for Dental Prosthetics, University Munich
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1979-1982 Dental technician education • 1986-1991 Study of dentistry, Aachen • 1992 Dentistry degree • 1993 Research assistant, department of dentistry, University hospital RWTH Aachen • 1994 Phd Dr. med. dent. • 1998 Senior research award DGZPW • 1999-2001 DFG research stay at the Dental Clinical Research Centre of the Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland, Oregon, USA • 2002 Senior physician, department of dental prosthodontics, University Hospital RWTH Aachen • 2003 Author scientific statement of the German Association of Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Dentistry (DGZMK) regarding the "Reconstruction of endodontically treated teeth" • 2003 Habilitation (Venia Legendi) • 2006 W2 professor for prosthetics and material science at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich • 2006 -2009 Board member German Society of Implantology • 2009 Associate member American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED) • 2010 Award "Best Lecture" at the annual conference of the Association Dental Technology • 2011, 2012 and 2013 "Best Tutor" Award, Bavarian Dentist Association • 2012 Member International College of Dentists (ICD) • Scientific Director, 8th World Congress of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED) 2013 in Munich • Since 2014 Director, Department of Prosthodontics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED) and associate editor of the international multidisciplinary scientific journal Clinical Oral Investigations • Since 2016, president of the Dental Technology Association (ADT)


Christian Gansch

Conductor, Music Producer
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1981-1990 Manager at the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra • Move into the music industry, production of 190 CDs, with artists such as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Lang Lang and Anna Netrebko and orchestras like the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera New York • His book "From solo to symphony - What companies can learn from orchestras" initiated the trend of the orchestral-company-transfer in the German-speaking countries • In addition to many international awards, he won four Grammy awards • National and international speaker


Dr. Jörg Mudrak

Dentist/Oral Surgeon
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1983-1987 Apprenticeship as dental technician incl. apprenticeship diploma • 1987-1988 Apprenticeship as dental ceramist in Oetwil/Limmat, Switzerland • 1988-1989 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery, University Berlin • 1989-1989 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery, Bav. J.-M. University Würzburg • 1989-1993 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery JLU, Giessen • 1993 State examination • 1994-1997 Continuing education as oral surgeon, Dr. med. G. Heieis, Fulda • 1997 Recognition of the regional designation as dentist/oral surgery • 1997 Oral Surgeon, focussed on the Association of Dentists, Hessen: Implantology • Since 2006 Clinical consultant for INSTRUMENTARIUM DENTAL / SOREDEX (PaloDExGroup) KaVoKerr (DANAHER Group), in the field of digital volume tomography • 2008 -2010 Traineeship as radiology assistant, department of radiology, PD Dr. med. D. Schulze, University Freiburg • 2010 DVT Imaging, R&D, clinical research, studies • 2012 Dissertation: "Development of a patient motion simulating device to induce and evaluate reproductive motion artefacts in CBCT imaging", University of Freiburg • Member of BDO, DGZMK, EADMFR , IADMFR, AKFOS (working group for forensic odontology) • Member of the IDKO (Identity Commission of the BKA, Federal criminal police office, Wiesbaden)


Dr. Cramer von Clausbruch

Marketing Director CA/CAM Equipment, Ivoclar Digital Competence Centre, Pforzheim
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After studying materials sciences at the Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Dr. Sascha Cramer von Clausbruch started his career in the dental industry in 2006 • He used to work as head of of several research & development departments and focussed intensively on the development of prosthetic materials and laboratory equipment as well as on the development of CAD/CAM systems for dental technology • 2000 Ph.D., Institute for glass ceramic binders at the Technical University of Clausthal with the topic lithium disilicate glass ceramic • Since 2015 Marketing Director for the CAD/CAM equipment portfolio (hardware and software) at the Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Liechtenstein

What will the future bring?

Sven Gábor Jánszky
Friday

Sven Gábor Jánszky

Futurologist and Trend Researcher


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Futurologist and CEO Trend Institute 2b AHEAD ThinkTank • The studies and trend analyses of his institute regarding the living, working and consumer worlds of the future as well as his strategy recommendations on business models of the future form the basis for future strategies of many companies • Voice of the lateral thinkers and disruptive innovators in the German business • Tutor international master's program "Leadership" at the International Charles University and the University of Leipzig • Chairman of the board of directors 2b AHEAD ThinkTank AG in St. Gallen • Board member International Charles University • Member of the board Management Circle AG • President "Rulebreaker-Society" • Consultant for board members and entrepreneurs in strategy processes • Leads innovation processes to product development and business models of the future • Interview expert in Germany's important economic media for innovations and trends • Keynote speaker at strategic meetings and congresses

What will the future bring?

Join the speaker on an exciting journey into the future: Starting from the loss of confidence of human experts through Predictive Enterprises up to the question of how our society has to change, from 2050, when the time will be reached that the human being will only be the second-most intelligent species on earth.

Above all, the effects of artificial intelligence (AI) will characterize the following ten years. From 2020 onwards, AI will bring intelligent digital assistants on our smartphones, which will be able to give us better advice than human experts - regarding important questions, less important questions and even regarding senseless questions.

Nevertheless, the speaker also speaks about the fears and prejudices in such a future world: Will we lose our self-determination and will we predominately lead live controlled by technology? How will we deal with our personal data in ten years? And how quickly will we change our user habits?

Sven Gábor Jánszky will present the main trends from various sectors in his presentation. At the same time he will clearly reference to the dental sector.

Successful application of knowledge.

Dr. Peter Bongard
Friday

Dr. Peter Bongard

Dentist


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1988-1993 Study of dentistry, Westphalian Wilhelm University of Münster • 1995 PhD, Westphalian Wilhelm University of Münster of Münster • 1993-1995 Assistance dentist, joint practice Drs. Klotz/Zückler, Duisburg • 1995-1999 Dentist, partner of the joint practice Klotz/ Zückler/Bongard, Duisburg; Focus on periodontics; Specialist and speaker for laser dentistry • Dentist in Moers since 1999, until 2014 practice Dr. Bongard & S. Möllenbruck, from 2014 Medical Care Centre "Zahn+Zentrum Moers GmbH", owner and medical director: Dr. Peter Bongard and Dr. stom. (YU) Klaus Jülichmann • 1994-2000 Specialist and speaker for laser dentistry • Since 1999 national and international speaker • 2000-2002 certified implantologist • Since 2000 certification and user of orthodontic treatment • 2000-2004 Specialization in prosthetics according to Prof. Gutowski • 2001-2004 member the study group Prof. Mick Drago, USA • Since 2004 Chairman Moerser Dentist Circle • 2005 Certification and appointment as specialist of implantology • 2006-2009 Part-time activity in the fields of implantology and periodontics in Bournemouth, England • Since 2006 Publication of various specialist articles nationally and internationally • Since 2006 Planning and deficiency expert KZV NZRRD in the field of dental prosthetics • 2009 Patent grant for a single-piece hybrid implant • 2009 Editorial adviser PIP magazine "Practical Implantology and Implantation Prosthodontics" • Since 2010 Private and court expert • 2013-2014 Study stays • 2014 Scientific advisory board "Alliance Healthy Implant" • 2017 Certified expert of the DGOI, German Society of Oral Implantology and the ICOI, International Congress of Oral Implantologists

Successful application of knowledge.

The digital workflow in implantology, prosthetics, functional therapy and in the dental laboratory. It has already been implemented in the dental laboratory and will soon reach dental practice: The digital workflow! What is possible today? How can I set-up my practice as reasonable as possible?

The most important capital is our well-trained staff: From an employee to a loyal employee. Our staff is more and more shaping our dental future. The shortage of medical staff affects us with a lack of more than 50,000 employees. How do we overcome this challenge successfully and how do we identify our employees with our company? How can we become the "Best place to work"!

Growing entrepreneurially means growing on a healthy basis. From a dental practice to a dental centre, a lot of elements are required to create a sound and safe company: Developing values and a brand, implementing controlling tools, developing personnel structures and the right marketing strategies are only a few elements to success!

From solo to symphony - the orchestra as a success model

Christian Gansch
Saturday

Christian Gansch

Conductor, Music Producer


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1981-1990 Manager at the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra • Move into the music industry, production of 190 CDs, with artists such as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Lang Lang and Anna Netrebko and orchestras like the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera New York • His book "From solo to symphony - What companies can learn from orchestras" initiated the trend of the orchestral-company-transfer in the German-speaking countries • In addition to many international awards, he won four Grammy awards • National and international speaker

From solo to symphony - the orchestra as a success model

The conductor, music producer and coach Christian Gansch demonstrates the similarities between corporate and orchestral structures and the corresponding derivations for professional work.

A well-performing orchestra is a prime example of efficient leadership and conflict resolution strategies. Who is the leader? How many soloists are bearable for a team? How do employees develop their motivation and commitment? What are the freedoms and areas of responsibility for the individual? How are decisions taken, which is the way communication? Which voice gets priority at which point? How do leaders and teams develop their ideas and innovations together? Why does routine lead to a standstill? Christian Gansch's inventive look behind the scenes of the orchestral world gives inspiring answers to these questions.

New materials and innovative treatment concepts in fixed prosthodontics

Prof. Dr. Daniel Edelhoff
Saturday

Prof. Dr. Daniel Edelhoff

Director Polyclinic for Dental Prosthetics, University Munich


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1979-1982 Dental technician education • 1986-1991 Study of dentistry, Aachen • 1992 Dentistry degree • 1993 Research assistant, department of dentistry, University hospital RWTH Aachen • 1994 Phd Dr. med. dent. • 1998 Senior research award DGZPW • 1999-2001 DFG research stay at the Dental Clinical Research Centre of the Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland, Oregon, USA • 2002 Senior physician, department of dental prosthodontics, University Hospital RWTH Aachen • 2003 Author scientific statement of the German Association of Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Dentistry (DGZMK) regarding the "Reconstruction of endodontically treated teeth" • 2003 Habilitation (Venia Legendi) • 2006 W2 professor for prosthetics and material science at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich • 2006 -2009 Board member German Society of Implantology • 2009 Associate member American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED) • 2010 Award "Best Lecture" at the annual conference of the Association Dental Technology • 2011, 2012 and 2013 "Best Tutor" Award, Bavarian Dentist Association • 2012 Member International College of Dentists (ICD) • Scientific Director, 8th World Congress of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED) 2013 in Munich • Since 2014 Director, Department of Prosthodontics, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, active member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED) and associate editor of the international multidisciplinary scientific journal Clinical Oral Investigations • Since 2016, president of the Dental Technology Association (ADT)

New materials and innovative treatment concepts in fixed prosthodontics

With the introduction of digital technologies in dentistry, multiple additional possibilities emerged in diagnostics as well as in treatment planning and communication, which allow a far greater predictability, especially regarding complex prosthetic rehabilitation. Additionally, an extensive new spectrum of innovative materials becomes available through these digital methods. Even for experts, it can be difficult to keep an overview over this wide range.

CAD/CAM-produced high-performance polymers, such as polycarbonates, PEEK and hybrid ceramics are material groups with previously unavailable features. Through these materials, the indication range has been considerably extended.

New opportunities arise regarding the pre-treatment of complex cases. Tooth-coloured dental splints, corresponding to the analytical wax-up, can be tested over a longer period of time, in terms of a functional and aesthetic evaluation of the restorative design.

The rapid developments of materials in the field of definitive ceramic restorative materials as well as in the field of adhesive technology have created entirely new treatment possibilities. Wider ranges of indications and less invasive preparations reflect this tendency clearly.

The presentation demonstrates numerous clinical examples, which provide an update on the various new indications of state-of-the-art materials and technologies for fixed prosthodontics. Clinical cases show innovative treatment concepts for the modern dental practice. The evaluation is based on of scientific investigations.

From the practice to the laboratory - challenges and limitations in computer-assisted work-flows

Vincent Fehmer
Samstag

Vincent Fehmer

Master Dental Technician,
Clinic for fixed Prosthetics and Bio Materials, University Geneva


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Dental technician at the Clinic for Prosthetics and Biomaterials (Centre for Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland) • 1998-2002 Dental technician education in Stuttgart • 2002-2003 Trainee in dental oral design laboratories in the UK and the USA • 2003-2009 Dental Manufaktur Mehrhof in Berlin • 2009 Graduate as master dental technician • 2009-2014 Chief dental technician at the Clinic for Prosthetics and Dental Materials in Zurich, Switzerland • Since 2015 Clinic for Prosthetics and Biomaterials at the University of Geneva • Since 2015 own laboratory in Lausanne, Switzerland • Fellow of the international team for implantology (ITI) • Member of the Oral Design Group, the European Association of Dental Technology (EADT) and the German Association for Aesthetic Dentistry (DGÄZ) • National and international speaker • Several awards such as the award for the best master program of the year • Published numerous articles in the field of fixed prosthetics and digital dental technology

From the practice to the laboratory - challenges and limitations in computer-assisted work-flows

For the last few years, digitalisation has been implemented into various areas of daily life and particularly in dental medicine. Basic technologies such as 3D imaging in the fields of digital diagnostics and computer-assisted guided surgery as well as CAD/CAM for dental and implant-supported prosthetics offer many advantages at multiple levels. However, they are often associated with considerable investments.

Which opportunities and limitations of these new technologies exist in clinical and dental technology? Which new technologies are essential today and in which area is the more conservative, conventional way still considered being the gold standard?

In this presentation compares conventional and digital therapy and planning steps and shows a prosthetic concept on the basis of current scientific knowledge.

From solo to symphony - the orchestra as a success model

Christian Gansch
Samstag

Christian Gansch

Conductor, Music Producer


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1981-1990 Manager at the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra • Move into the music industry, production of 190 CDs, with artists such as Claudio Abbado, Pierre Boulez, Lang Lang and Anna Netrebko and orchestras like the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra and the Metropolitan Opera New York • His book "From solo to symphony - What companies can learn from orchestras" initiated the trend of the orchestral-company-transfer in the German-speaking countries • In addition to many international awards, he won four Grammy awards • National and international speaker

From solo to symphony - the orchestra as a success model

The conductor, music producer and coach Christian Gansch demonstrates the similarities between corporate and orchestral structures and the corresponding derivations for professional work.

A well-performing orchestra is a prime example of efficient leadership and conflict resolution strategies. Who is the leader? How many soloists are bearable for a team? How do employees develop their motivation and commitment? What are the freedoms and areas of responsibility for the individual? How are decisions taken, which is the way communication? Which voice gets priority at which point? How do leaders and teams develop their ideas and innovations together? Why does routine lead to a standstill? Christian Gansch’s inventive look behind the scenes of the orchestral world gives inspiring answers to these questions.

Navigate – more fun in implantology: Digital diagnosis, virtual planning, navigated surgical technique

Dr. Severin Holl

Dr. Severin Holl

Dentist


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1984-1989 Study of dentistry, University Ulm • 1990-1994 Academic assistant, department of dentistry, University of Ulm • Since 1994 Own practice in Geislingen/Steige - focus on implantology and prophylaxis • Member of DGOI (German Society of Oral Implantology)
and DGZMK (German Society of Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) • Participation in scientific studies ("Practice based research", SONICfill) • Participation in practice-based research and testing of dental instruments and diagnostic equipment (sound-based filling materials, near-infrared transillumination, 3D X-ray, template-guided implantation) • Publications about caries diagnosis, preventive care and digitalization implantology • Since 1993 national and international speaker.

Navigate – more fun in implantology: Digital diagnosis, virtual planning, navigated surgical technique

Science fiction in the past, reality today: The use of X-ray 3D, virtual planning and surgical guides during the implant workflow quickly and safely leads to predictable results. Though the pre-planning is more extensive, the time requirement for the surgery is less. The lecture of Dr. Severin Holl on the above topic contains numerous videos that impressively document patient cases and all steps from the implant planning to the final restoration.

The influence of dental volume tomography on surgical and implantological workflows - today and in the future

Dr. Jörg Mudrak
Samstag

Dr. Jörg Mudrak

Dentist/Oral Surgeon


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1983-1987 Apprenticeship as dental technician incl. apprenticeship diploma • 1987-1988 Apprenticeship as dental ceramist in Oetwil/Limmat, Switzerland • 1988-1989 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery, University Berlin • 1989-1989 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery, Bav. J.-M. University Würzburg • 1989-1993 Studies of dental, oral and maxillo-facial surgery JLU, Giessen • 1993 State examination • 1994-1997 Continuing education as oral surgeon, Dr. med. G. Heieis, Fulda • 1997 Recognition of the regional designation as dentist/oral surgery • 1997 Oral Surgeon, focussed on the Association of Dentists, Hessen: Implantology • Since 2006 Clinical consultant for INSTRUMENTARIUM DENTAL / SOREDEX (PaloDExGroup) KaVoKerr (DANAHER Group), in the field of digital volume tomography • 2008 -2010 Traineeship as radiology assistant, department of radiology, PD Dr. med. D. Schulze, University Freiburg • 2010 DVT Imaging, R&D, clinical research, studies • 2012 Dissertation: "Development of a patient motion simulating device to induce and evaluate reproductive motion artefacts in CBCT imaging", University of Freiburg • Member of BDO, DGZMK, EADMFR , IADMFR, AKFOS (working group for forensic odontology) • Member of the IDKO (Identity Commission of the BKA, Federal criminal police office, Wiesbaden)

The influence of dental volume tomography on surgical and implantological workflows - today and in the future

In the last years, the influence of three-dimensional imaging, including all its aspects, has become more and more important for the planning and implementation of implantological and surgical procedures.

Anatomical structures, which could only be presumed by the means of two-dimensional methods, can be shown much more in detail now. Treatment results are more predictable; the individual planning of implantological procedures (including the drilling templates based on 3D data) opens up a variety of therapeutic opportunities.

However, the adequate interpretation of the 3D data builds the first step of every treatment and forms the basis of each therapeutic concept; which consists of the elements diagnosis, planning and implementation.

This lecture is not only about this "workflow"; it will also discuss questions arising from a forensic point of view. Additionally it will present an outlook on future options and techniques.

Innovative aspects of digital user-oriented 3D technology in modern dentistry and maxillofacial surgery

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. Nils-Claudius Gellrich

Prof. Dr. med. Dr. med. dent. Nils-Claudius Gellrich

Director of the department for oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Medical University Hannover (MH),
Scientific Director of the Pluradent Symposium 2018


Innovative aspects of digital user-oriented 3D technology in modern dentistry and maxillofacial surgery

For many years, 3D imaging and analysis are part of the planning processes in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Due to recent advancements and developments in computer sciences, most of the formerly known restrictions regarding limited and slow data volume processing can be resolved nowadays.

Often, oral and maxillofacial surgery is performed at externally visible areas of the face so that it is of major importance that the exact implementation of surgical plans is achieved in order to reconstruct deformities or defects as authentic as possible.

Despite of vast improvements in the fields of medical engineering and surgical know-how, the implementation of 3D surface and volume information data processing for generating an accurate pre-operative planning has not become a standard procedure yet.

In fact, surface and volume data information allow for the establishing of a digital workflow, which enables experienced surgeons to grant a high-level of quality assurance in all treatment phases; pre-operatively within the planning process, intra-operatively within the implementation of the plan and post-operatively within the monitoring of the surgery results. The classical indication lies here in the field of dental implantology.

The purpose and aim of this presentation is to outline the current status as well as future treatment opportunities, subject to the comprehensive use of the presently available 3D imaging information from different sources (facial scanner, computer tomography, cone beam tomography, magnetic resonance tomography).

The design of clearly comprehensible surgery plans, the pre-operative preparation of patient-specific implants as well as modern developments of 3D tissue replacement will be shown. The comprehensive exploitation of digital imaging information offers many advantages for patients and users, allowing a reduction and/or completely omitting the use of x-rays or invasive methods and to achieve, further then the usually achieved transparency, a reliable tool for quality control and assurance of the desired surgical outcome for each individual patient. Examples of cases using the 3D technology being a unique, language barrier-free information data transfer system, will demonstrate the advantages for modern dentistry and maxillofacial surgery as well as for related interdisciplinary platforms.

Create your digital future

Dr. Cramer von Clausbruch

Dr. Cramer von Clausbruch

Marketing Director CA/CAM Equipment,
Ivoclar Digital Competence Centre, Pforzheim


Informationen zur Person

After studying materials sciences at the Saarland University in Saarbrücken, Dr. Sascha Cramer von Clausbruch started his career in the dental industry in 2006 • He used to work as head of of several research & development departments and focussed intensively on the development of prosthetic materials and laboratory equipment as well as on the development of CAD/CAM systems for dental technology • 2000 Ph.D., Institute for glass ceramic binders at the Technical University of Clausthal with the topic lithium disilicate glass ceramic • Since 2015 Marketing Director for the CAD/CAM equipment portfolio (hardware and software) at the Ivoclar Vivadent AG, Liechtenstein

Create your digital future

The development of digitalization has been changing the work and processes in the dental laboratory. New manufacturing processes and materials require also new technologies and in-depth know-how. Ivoclar Digital is a competent digital partner to accompany dentists and dental technicians within the entire digital process chain. The PrograMill milling machines combine the current requirements of modern dental technology with innovative materials and coordinated processes, and thus provide the right solution for every situation. The new type of interaction between man and machine allows an ideal integration into the laboratory. This is Digital Dentistry 4.0. Create your digital future with new technologies, adapted to a constantly changing dental world.

Navigate – more fun in implantology: Digital diagnosis, virtual planning, navigated surgical technique

Dr. Severin Holl
Verfügbarkeit:
14:00
15:15

Dr. Severin Holl

Dentist

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1984-1989 Study of dentistry, University Ulm • 1990-1994 Academic assistant, department of dentistry, University of Ulm • Since 1994 Own practice in Geislingen/Steige - focus on implantology and prophylaxis • Member of DGOI (German Society of Oral Implantology)
and DGZMK (German Society of Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery) • Participation in scientific studies ("Practice based research", SONICfill) • Participation in practice-based research and testing of dental instruments and diagnostic equipment (sound-based filling materials, near-infrared transillumination, 3D X-ray, template-guided implantation) • Publications about caries diagnosis, preventive care and digitalization implantology • Since 1993 national and international speaker.

Navigate – more fun in implantology: Digital diagnosis, virtual planning, navigated surgical technique

Science fiction in the past, reality today: The use of X-ray 3D, virtual planning and surgical guides during the implant workflow quickly and safely leads to predictable results. Though the pre-planning is more extensive, the time requirement for the surgery is less. The lecture of Dr. Severin Holl on the above topic contains numerous videos that impressively document patient cases and all steps from the implant planning to the final restoration.

Digitale Implantatplanung – 3D-Implantatworkflow step by step

Dr. Jan-Frederik Güth
Verfügbarkeit:
16:45

Dr. Jan-Frederik Güth

Privatdozent

FR01A


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2002–2007 Studium der Zahnheilkunde (Ludwig-Maximilians Universität, München) • 2006 Famulatur (Clinica Nuestra Senora, Guadalupe, Ecuador) • 2008 Abschluss seiner Dissertation (Doktorvater: Prof. Dr. Christoph Benz) • seit 2008 Poliklinik für Zahnärztliche Prothetik der LMU München • zertifizierter Implantologe (DGI), fortgebildeter Spezialist für Prothetik (DGPro) • 2013 Forschungsaufenthalt, Forschungskooperation mit PD Dr. Pascal Magne (University of Southern California, Los Angeles) • 2014 Habilitation zum Thema „Evaluation innovativer prothetischer Behandlungskonzepte unter Verwendung neuer Restaurationsmaterialien und der CAD/CAM-Technologie“ • 2014 Ernennung zum Oberarzt • seit April 2015 Leitender Oberarzt der Poliklinik für zahnärztliche Prothetik der LMU • seine Arbeits- und Forschungsschwerpunkte liegen im Bereich CAD/CAM, digitale Abformung, biomimetische Zahnheilkunde, monolithische Restaurationen und innovative Werkstoffe und Behandlungskonzepte

Digitale Implantatplanung – 3D-Implantatworkflow step by step

Der Workshop beleuchtet kritisch den Prozess von der dreidimensionalen Bildgebung über die digitale Implantattionsplanung bis hin zur navigierten Bohrschablone. Neben großartigen Möglichkeiten werden insbesondere die Stolpersteine der Technik und des Vorgehens anschaulich an Fallbeispielen dargestellt. Untermauert mit aktueller Literatur wird praxisnah die Frage beantwortet, was aktuell möglich ist und wo die Limitationen der dreidimensionalen Implantatplanung und navigierten Chirurgie, sowie der Schablonenherstellung liegen.

Monolithisch vs. verblendet – gehören Chippings der Vergangenheit an?

Vincent Fehmer
Verfügbarkeit:
16:45

Vincent Fehmer

Zahntechnikermeister

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Zahntechniker an der Klinik für festsitzende Prothetik und Biomaterialien (Zentrum für Zahnmedizin, Universität Genf, Schweiz) • 1998–2002 zahntechnische Ausbildung in Stuttgart • 2002–2003 Volontär in zahntechnischen Oral Design Laboren in Großbritanien und in den USA • 2003–2009 Dental Manufaktur Mehrhof in Berlin • 2009 Abschluss zum Zahntechnikermeister • 2009–2014 Chefzahntechniker an der Klinik für festsitzende Prothetik und zahnärztliche Materialkunde in Zürich, Schweiz • seit 2015 Klinik für festsitzende Prothetik und Biomaterialien an der Universität Genf • seit 2015 eigenes Labor in Lausanne • Fellow des Internationalen Teams für Implantologie (ITI) • Mitglied der Oral Design Gruppe, Europäischen Vereinigung der Zahntechnik (EADT) und der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Ästhetische Zahnheilkunde (DGÄZ) • auf nationaler sowie internationaler Ebene als Referent tätig • erhielt Auszeichnungen wie den Preis für das beste Master-Programm des Jahres • hat zahlreiche Artikel im Bereich der festsitzenden Prothetik und digitalen Zahntechnik veröffentlicht

Monolithisch vs. verblendet – gehören Chippings der Vergangenheit an?

Die wegweisenden Entwicklungen auf dem Gebiet der dentalen Keramik und die stetigen Verbesserungen der Materialeigenschaften ermöglichen heute eine breite Palette von Möglichkeiten für die Rekonstruktion von Zähnen und Implantaten. Neue, verbesserte Glaskeramiken und Hochleistungskeramiken wie transluzentes Zirkonoxid bieten gute Ästhetik und gleichzeitig ausreichende Stabilität, um im Frontzahn- wie auch im Seitenzahnbereich teilweise sogar monolithisch eingesetzt zu werden. Dank dieser Erweiterung der Materialvielfalt kann und sollte heute von Fall zu Fall individuell beurteilt werden, welches das „best geeignete" Material ist.

Bei der Auswahl des Materials spielen die ästhetischen Erwartungen des Patienten, und klinische Faktoren wie die Stumpffarbe, das Platzangebot und die Voraussetzungen für die adhäsive Befestigung eine Rolle. Hinzu kommen neue computergestützte Verarbeitungsformen (CAD/CAM), die spezielle Anforderungen an Kliniker und Techniker stellen aber auch zu qualitativer Verbesserung der Rekonstruktionen und einer gleichzeitigen Preisreduzierung führen. Zu guter letzt sind die Langzeitresultate klinischer Studien entscheidend.

Diese Faktoren werden in diesem Vortrag diskutiert und es wird ein Entscheidungsbaum für die Auswahl des im jeweiligen Fall indizierten Materials gegeben.

Körpersprache – Ihr Erfolgsinstrument in der Kommunikation

Miriam Lange
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Miriam Lange

Moderatorin

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2001 TV-Volontariat bei RTL Hessen in Frankfurt • seit 2001 als Redakteurin, Reporterin und Moderatorin für verschiedene Redaktionen bei RTL in Köln tätig • bis 2007 Moderatorin des Wetters für RTL und den Nachrichtensender n-tv • aktuell Moderatorin der „RTL-Frühnews“ ab 6 Uhr morgens und der „RTL2 News“ um 20 Uhr • On-Reporterin für RTL und die Sendergruppe • seit 2013 Moderatorin für „Guten Morgen Deutschland“ bei RTL • 2015 als Schwangerschafts-Vertretung Moderatorin für „Explosiv – Das Magazin“

Körpersprache – Ihr Erfolgsinstrument in der Kommunikation

„Wirken und Überzeugen – einfache Präsentationsmethoden und wie man vom Fernsehen lernen kann“

Wikipedia bringt es auf den Punkt: „Ein Moderator ist eine Person, die ein Gespräch lenkt oder in einer Kommunikation vermittelt“. Aber wie gelingt das ohne einzuschläfern? Wie erreiche ich mein Publikum nachhaltig? Wie hebe ich mich von anderen Präsentatoren ab? Es ist kein Hexenwerk, sondern hauptsächlich kreatives Arbeiten und man braucht ein paar einfache Tricks!

Ich habe schon oft gehört: „Ärzte und Wissenschaftler fühlen sich in ihrer Fachsprache sicher, aber Mimik, Gestik und Ausdruck kommen oft zu kurz!“  Warum Körpersprache von großer Bedeutung für Ihren Erfolg ist und wie Sie den perfekten Auftritt hinlegen, das ist mein täglich Brot und ich werde Sie hoffentlich schnell und nachhaltig davon überzeugen. Schließlich wollen Sie, dass sich Kunden/Patienten für SIE entscheiden (genauso, wie wir vom Fernsehen Zuschauer an uns binden möchten).

Motiviert, kompetent, selbstbewusst – wie Unternehmer ticken und wie sie führen

Dr. Susanne Klein
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Dr. Susanne Klein
EMCC Master Coach, Leiterin Pluradent Campus

Dr. Susanne Klein

EMCC Master Coach,
Leiterin Führungskräfteentwicklung

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Studium der Psycholinguistik und Psychologie • EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council) Master Coach, Schwerpunkt: Begleitung von Führungskräften mit Workshops-, Coachings und Teamentwicklungsmaßnahmen sowie Konfliktmediation • Prämierung und Zertifizierung Ihres Ausbildungsprogramms für die Deutsche Telekom • 2012 aniversary award des EMCC in Bilbao für ihr Leadership Coaching Programm für die Deutsche Telekom Technischer Service • seit 2012 Leitung des internationalen EMCC Teams • Autorin z.T. Führung in der DZW • bei der Pluradent verantwortet sie den Pluradent Campus und die Personalentwicklung • sie trainiert und unterstützt Pluradent Führungskräfte, wählt Trainer aus, konzipiert Vertriebsschulungen und ist Ansprechpartnerin für ihre berufliche Entwicklung • Leidenschaft: Humorvoller und lösungsorientierter Umgang im Führungsalltag; Fokus: Ressourcenorientierung, innere Klarheit und Neufokussierung der Aufmerksamkeit

Motiviert, kompetent, selbstbewusst – wie Unternehmer ticken und wie sie führen

Unternehmer verfügen über eine besondere Persönlichkeit. In Betrachtung der Eigenschaften und Fähigkeiten wird deutlich, dass diese nicht auf Mitarbeiter generalisiert werden können. Sie funktionieren ganz anders. Überlegungen aus der Emotionsforschung liefern Anhaltspunkte, wie es Ihnen gelingen kann, dass Ihre Mitarbeiter genauso motiviert, kompetent und selbstbewusst arbeiten wie Sie.

Mache es Einfach! Die Chancen von Veränderung nutzen

Ilja Grzeskowitz
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Ilja Grzeskowitz

Keynote Speaker, Autor

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Studium der Betriebswirtschaftslehre in Greifswald, Mannheim und Hamburg; Abschluss als Diplom Kaufmann • 2002 jüngster Geschäftsführer Deutschlands der Karstadt Warenhaus GmbH • 2002–2008 Geschäftsführer diverser Kaufhäuser in ganz Deutschland, u.a. Karstadt am Hermannplatz, Berlin; Wertheim am Kurfürstendamm, Berlin • 2008–2009 Store Manager IKEA Hamburg • seit 2009 Speaker, Autor und Trainer • seit 2012 Lehrbeauftragter an der Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht, Berlin • Experte für Potenzialentwicklung und persönliche Spitzenleistungen • 4-facher Autor und Produzent diverser Audioprodukte • Liscensed Trainer der Society of NLP (SoNLP) in Neuro Linguistic Programming • lizensierter Trainer des Deutschen Verbandes für Hypnose e.V. (DVH) • Certified Hypnotherapist National Guild of Hypnotists (NGH) • zertifizierter Hypno Master Coach • Entrepreneur und Meinungsführer • tausende begeisterte Teilnehmer, Klienten und Kunden • permanente Weiterbildung, Supervision und persönliche Entwicklung

Mache es Einfach! Die Chancen von Veränderung nutzen

Unnötig lang zögern oder doch gleich machen? Wir alle streben nach einem besseren Leben, aber eine Veränderung umsetzen wollen wir trotzdem nicht. Gerade diese Unentschlossenheit ist der Grund dafür, warum so viele Change-Vorhaben scheitern. Gerne verlassen wir uns darauf, dass andere das tun was wir selbst tun müssten. Allerdings werden langfristige Ergebnisse nur gemeinsam im Team erzielt. Zusammen und motiviert ein Ziel verfolgen, bei dem jeder von jedem lernt und es dennoch klare Verantwortungsbereiche gibt. Hierarchien und Jobbeschreibungen spielen hierbei keine Rolle. Man muss sich bewusst dazu entschließen, als Change-Maker zu agieren, um damit ein Unternehmen - ein Team - als Ganzes zu verändern.

Der Experte für Veränderung Ilja Grzeskowitz zeigt in seinem Vortrag, wie jeder, der es wirklich will, zum Change-Maker werden kann. Mit seinen Anregungen zur Veränderung erreichen Sie das richtige Maß an Motivation, um endlich ins Handeln zu kommen, gezielt Verantwortung zu übernehmen und damit den Umbruch in Ihrem Unternehmen aktiv zu gestalten. Viele Ideen und Impulse in diesem Vortrag nehmen Ihnen die Angst vor dem Scheitern und helfen Ihnen, für die Zukunft bestens vorbereitet zu sein. Das Resümee: Sie gehen voller Begeisterung neue und unbekannte Wege und freuen sich über Veränderungen. Sie erkennen diese einmalige Chance, besser zu werden und sich als die Nummer 1 bei Ihren Kunden zu platzieren.

Dentrepreneur – Zahnarzt oder Unternehmer?

Carsten Schlüter
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Carsten Schlüter

Gründer und Geschäftsführer von M:CONSULT

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1994 als Medi Consult gegründet, war M:Consult die erste deutsche Werbeagentur für Ärzte und Zahnärzte. Als Pionier des Praxismarketings hat Carsten Schlüter die Entwicklung des Medizinmarktes in Sachen Praxismarketing seit mehr als 20 Jahren aktiv mitgestaltet. Er verfügt über einen einzigartigen Erfahrungsschatz sowie eine ungemein profunde Marktkenntnis.

Als Marketing Consultant betreut er vor allem Zahnarztpraxen, aber auch unterschiedlichste Unternehmen aus der Industrie und dem Gesundheitsmarkt in Sachen Werbung und Marketing. Des Weiteren veranstaltet Carsten Schlüter regelmäßig Marketing-Seminare, Praxis-Workshops sowie inspirierende Seminarreisen zu außergewöhnlichen Destinationen.

Dentrepreneur – Zahnarzt oder Unternehmer?

Noch immer sind Zahnärzte in Deutschland gefangen in einem vermeintlichen Widerspruch. Sind sie Mediziner oder Unternehmer?

Als Mediziner verantwortlich für die Gesundheit Ihrer Patienten wird mehr und mehr deutlich, dass erfolgreiche Medizin dauerhaft auch nur in erfolgreichen Praxen erbracht werden kann.

In einem spannenden Vortrag wird Herr Schlüter den vermeintlichen Widerspruch für Sie auflösen und mit Ihnen die ersten Schritte zum „Dentrepreneur“ machen.