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.
PET/SPOT has led to a new way of thinking within implantology, and it is likely that we find ourselves at the beginning of one of the biggest changes in our speciality, although the knowledge of these techniques is only known by a minority in the world of implantology, it is evolving at a very fast rate.
It is the moment to arrive to a CONSENSUS between the clinics that have the most experience with this technique at a worldwide level. JTi unites them to openly debate and answer the main questions about this technique.
Our mistakes help us to learn and improve, at JTi we believe that failing is another way to learn and by demonstrating our errors we can avoid that others commit the same. But usually at congresses they never show them, only their successes. Therefore, for the first time at an Implantology congress we will focus the lectures on errors that have been committed, how they are treated and solved, etc.
During the conference they will explain the alternatives currently available to the implantologist to be able to deal with the lack of bone for the placement of conventional implants.
From an eminently practical and finely detailed perspective the process of the different procedures will provide guidelines that can be applied immediately. The prevention and handling of the complications will be explained in depth.
This presentation will focus on the speaker’s personal experience with complications associated with bone and soft tissue grafting and will draw from 34 years of work as a clinician and educator. Cases that will be presented will focus on the etiology, management and prevention of these complications.
After this presentation, course attendees will understand the etiology of specific hard and soft tissue grafting complications.
Understand the management of specific hard and soft tissue grafting complications.
Understand principles and protocols that will minimize overall morbidity associated with hard and soft tissue grafting.
The bad position of the implant in the anterior sector (too deep and too vestibular) is a risk factor for getting peri-implantitis.
The treatment of the badly positioned implant presents a dilemma that is very difficult to solve, therefore even if the lost bone can be regenerated, the implant will continue to be in a bad position and, consequently, the stability of the regenerated bone will be questionable. Furthermore, we should keep in mind that in these cases there is already an insufficient amount of keratinized mucosa with recession of soft tissue and the implementation of a process of bone regeneration around the implant under those conditions can potentially aggravate the problem at a soft tissue level.
In this lecture, our aim is to explain a protocol of treatment based on the explantation and posterior reconstruction of hard and soft tissues, with the objective of placing new implants in an optimal three dimensional position, completely surrounded by bone and with healthy soft tissue peri-implants that presuppose implant-borne restorations with good prognosis.
Controversies remain regarding tooth replacement decisions being made for the partially edentulous patient. Part of this difficulty evolves from the lack of understanding regarding quite normal and natural behavior of the bone and soft tissue prior to, during, and after implant placement.
The literature has provided us with many tools and techniques to avoid failure in this arena. Unfortunately, many of these studies have not yet presented the clinical team a complete algorithm for decision making in this area. This presentation will highlight the available data from a multi-year clinical study, as well as, the pertinent and significant research studies pertaining to tooth replacement and tissue response in the “Esthetic Zone.”
Many times clinical failure may cause emotional strain on the patient and staff, as well as economic loss to the dentist due to the multiple procedures required in order to repair damage surgical sites. This problem has been a complicated one which has involved almost every practicing implant dentist in the world. What to do when things go wrong and how to surgically and restoratively recover from these clinical failures will be discussed. This presentation will most importantly highlight a proven “Tooth Replacement Algorithm” to assist the implant team in making improved clinical decisions and to reduce esthetic failures.
Let´s define: what is a failure on a Socket Shield treatment?
What kind of failures can we have? Which is the frequency , and what to do with the different types of failures. Clinical and statistical data will be shown.
After 4 years of practicing the PET/SPOT philosophy with a personal experience of more than 150 cases, we can have an idea of what to expect: common faillures and their solutions.
The ultimate solution to all our Type I class cases is here.
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|