JTI is the most revolutionary implantology event. It has been designed by and for implantologists. We bring the best international speakers to address the latest subjects that are yet to be written about in books and where there are no studies. All of which has a unique and dynamic format like in a forum.
The posterior mandibular sectors continue to pose a challenge for the implantologist, during the exposition, all the steps for the successful resolution of our cases will be described in detail. We will describe a clear algorithm for making decisions in each of the clinical situations that we can find.
We define peri-implantitis as a contamination of the titanium implant caused by bacteria that generates local inflammation, bleeding, occasional suppuration and peri-implant bone loss.
For this to happen we require.
2 A contaminated surface
Assuming that we cannot eliminate bacteria from the equation, how can we avoid titanium contamination?
IDR is a surgical and prosthetical technique established to broaden indications for immediate loading on individual teeth. In this way, tissue losses with varied extensions are reconstructed in the same surgical session of implant placement and provisional crown installation, reducing the number of interventions and maintaining predictability on esthetic aspects. The IDR protocol was developed more than 10 years ago from the need to minimize the treatment time and morbidity of reconstructive procedures used in these cases.
Partial Extraction Therapy is the most predictable procedure to maintain hard and soft tissue in extraction sites. This is especially true for adjacent implants and multiple sites where Root Submergence Therapy, Buccal Socket Shield and Proximal Socket Shield are not deniable first choice treatment.
In regenerating bone, an autogenous bone is irreplaceable. We get it from the wound. Unfortunately, patients are afraid of the second wound and are distrustful. During the lecture, bone regeneration techniques will be presented by transposing the fragments in one wound and not transplanting from the donor wound to the receiving wound.
First it was bone-guided surgery, later guided prosthetically surgery and finally we talked about biologically guided (the distance between implants, 3D implant position, etc) and implantology 4D where the 4th dimension is time. We believe that currently these concepts are not enough, and digital dentistry allows us to facially integrate our treatments in a clear way that analogue does not.
We will discuss our planning protocols and facially guided surgery, and also our implant rehabilitation protocol in 3 appointments.
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.
|15:00||Registration and collection of material|
|15:20-17:40||Brief expert presentations|
|17:40 – 18.00||Coffee Break|
|18:00 – 20:00||Open debate on consensus building|
|08:30-09:20||Registration and collection of material|
|9:20-10:30||JTI presentation and lecture by Jorge Campos|
|10:30-11:30||Lecture by Maurice Salama|
|11:30-12:00||Questions and debate|
|12:30-14:30||Lecture by Dr. David González|
|15:30-17:30||Lecture by Juan Alberto Fernández Ruiz|
|18:00-20:00||Lecture by Dr. Michael Pikos|