JTI is a revolutionary event designed by and for implantologists. We bring the best international speakers focusing on the what, how, when and why, without giving importance to the brand of surgical instruments used.
Addressing the most current subjects about which there are still no books or studies published. All with a unique formula like in a forum so that we can all learn from one another.
Friday, 22th November
Oseodensification and cigomátic workshops
|08:45h-09:15h||Check in Workshop Hotel|
Jornada total de implantología 2018
|14:15h-15:00h||Check in Teatro Goya|
|15:00h||Wellcome. Dr. Jorge Campos & Dr. Alberto Fernández|
|15:15h-16:30h||Dr. Daniel Robles|
|18:30h-20:15h||Dr. Juan Alberto Fernández Ruiz|
Saturday, 23th November
|08:45h-09:15h||Chek in Teatro Goya|
|09:30h-11:00h||Dr. Jorge Campos
|11:30h-13:00h||Dr. Alberto Miselli|
|13:00h-14:30h||Dr.Francisco Teixeira Barbosa|
|15:30h-17:30h||Dra. Delia Tuttle|
|18:00h-19:30h||Dr. Paulo De Mesquita|
Dr. Daniel Robles Cantero
“The management of severe horizontal maxillary atrophies through expansion: optimizing bone biology”
This conference aims to explain the biological and physiological principles of bone expansion to achieve predictable results in the management of horizontal maxillary atrophies. We will explain the use of residual bone by means of a controlled fracture that allows us to widen the remaining bone for the simultaneous placement of implants and its combination with other techniques to achieve stable and predictable aesthetic and functional results.
Dres. Juan Lara Chao y Jose Luis Mompell
“Bony atrophies in daily practice. Where are the reconstructive limits? “
In current implantology, reconstructive techniques are becoming especially important. There are more and more situations in which, for various reasons, procedures are necessary to be able to restore what has been lost and to be able to perform a functional and aesthetic rehabilitation in a predictable and stable.
Today we will show you different situations that can appear in any of our clinics and how to solve them in an ambulatory environment in the dental office.
From atrophy in the maxillary or mandibular anterior sector, to vertical defects in posterior sectors where short implants don’t represent a solution.
We will present the protocol that we carry out in our daily practice to achieve the rehabilitation of these patients.
Dr. Juan Alberto Fernández Ruiz
“Action protocol for the management of the atrophic posterior maxilla.”
The posterior sector of the maxilla continues to be an area of commitment for the clinician.
The extension of the aesthetic area to increasingly posterior areas of the dentition, the high functional demands, as well as the prompt recovery to normal life, mean that we must look for solutions that are predictable for our patients, that reduce the recovery time and that suppose a low cost both biological and economic.
Dr. Jorge Campos
“Biologically Appropriate Implantology.”
Implantology, from Branemark, has changed a lot. But it has changed because of the failures in the medium term that we are having.
The periimplantitis, the exposure of spiers, the loss of bone, even performing correct techniques is creating a panorama of insecurity.
The future of Implantology hopes to correct the mistakes of the past. Concepts such as Oseodensification, the PET philosophy, and the placement of the implant guided by the thickness of mucosa, allow us to believe in the correction of the mistakes we have made in the last 10 years.
Dr. Alberto Miselli
“The Submerged Profile: The preservation of the Marginal Alveolar Crestal around the implant. The Umbrella Concept.”
It is the conjunction of concepts on the management of soft tissues around implants, three-dimensionally, to achieve the aesthetics of soft tissues with the preservation of the marginal bone crest over time.
Dr.Francisco Teixeira Barbosa
“How to go from being an analog dentist to digital without getting ruined and depressed.”
Digital dentistry is already a reality in daily clinical practice, but what does it really mean to be digitalized? What challenges does it pose?
In this conference we will consider the digitization of daily clinical practice from the point of view of the optimization of clinical protocols and their impact on the quality of life of our patients and also of dentists.
Dra. Delia Tuttle
“The Gum Drop Technique (GDT)”
The Gum Drop Technique (GDT) is a modified VISTA technique using patients own blood to treat receding gums.
Blood derivatives might be the solution for our patients with strong beliefs regarding the use of cadaver skin membranes or animal products as well as religious affiliations.
Biomaterials and tissue engineered scaffolds are typically avascular by nature and the survival rate of the graft is directly correlated with blood supply which is the key component for regeneration.
Angiogenesis induced by PRF leads to a better cellular function and contributes to wound healing.
The large amount of growth factors from PRF together with periosteum and periodontal ligament osteopeogenitor cells stimulation will contribute to tissue repair and regeneration.
Dr. Paulo Fernando de Mesquita
“Periimplant Mucogingival Alterations: Aesthetic and Functional Aspects.”
The stability of the peri-implant tissues can be influenced by several factors.
In the presence of mucogingival alterations we can have aesthetic and / or functional problems that represent a clinical challenge in our day to day.