Saturday, 10th of November 2018
Congress with Dr. John Kois
Dr. John Kois, world renowned clinical dentist, is the founder and director oft he Kois Center in US.
Whilst he also maintains a private practice limited to prosthodontics in Tacoma and Seattle, Washington, he continoues to lecture nationally and internationally becoming a global influential leader of innovation in dentistry. Proof of his skill and commitment lies in his 2002 Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, and his Lifetime Achievement Awards from both the World Congress of Minimally Invasive Dentistry and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
He received his D.M.D of the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal prosthodontics with an M.S.D from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry.
Implementing a risk assessment strategy in clinical practice: Emphasis on Occlusion – Dr. John Kois
The fundamental rationale for a comprehensive treatment approach is a long-term strategy for dental health commensurate with an enhanced level of wellness for our patients. Understanding parameters of disease expression is sometimes confused beacause of misguided science or parameters that have led to patient adaptation. Formulating specific treatment needs based on an individual‘s risk assessment has created new challenges for both the dentist and the patient. Until we have more objective data with better metrics, much of our clinical decision making will remain emotionally driven and empirical.
For example, our knowledge about occlusion has been based on gnathologic principles. These concepts are the basis of a mechanical system with focus on posterior determinants and mutual protection. If it is that simple, why can‘t we always create a therapeutic occlusion? This program will focus on biologic principles necessary for developing a functional occlusion. New paradigms will be presented to enlighten participants about understanding occlusal problems.
From this lecture participants will learn:
1. A systematic approach for treatment planning every patient in their practice
2. To focus on the four most important diagnostic categories
3. Understanding the difference between occlusal disease and functional adaption
4. To develop critical risk parameters to minimize failures and maximize successful results
5. Protocols to implement treatment planning strategies
6. Future needs in dentistry.
Friday and Saturday: Simultaneaous translation
Program Flow Saturday, 10th of November 2018
|08:00 – 09:00 o'clock||Registration|
|09:00 o'clock||Start lecture|
|10:00 o'clock||Coffee break, dental exhibition|
|12:00 – 13:00 o'clock||Lunch, dental exhibition|
|14:30 o'clock||Coffee break, dental exhibition|
|17:00 o'clock||Final word|
Friday, 9th of November 2018
07:45 – 08:30 o'clock: Registration
08.30 – 08:45 o'clock: Introduction
LECTURE NO 1
8:45 – 9:30 o’clock
How digital possibilities have changed our daily work. Opportunities - Risks - Side effects
Dr. Matthias Klum, M. Sc. Parodontology and Implantattherapy; ZA David Streit, Kois Graduate, Focus in Esthetic Dentistry, dentaMEDIC-Team
LECTURE NO 2
9:35 - 10:20 o'clock
Digital Workflow – Update by a university point of view.
What is possible today – what makes sense tomorrow?
P.D. Jan Frederik Güth, Senior Physician in the Department of Prothetic Dentistry, University of Munich
LECTURE NO 3
10:50 - 11:35 o'clock
Digital Workflow - all about DVT and 3-D printing
Learn about the wide range of possibilities of these fascinating technologies - Examples from dental surgery and dental laboratory.
Dipl. Ing. Dipl Inform. Frank Hornung
LECTURE NO 4
11:40 - 12:25 o'clock
Digital Workflow - for practitioners, staff and patients
The orthodontist in the interdisciplinary network - how a patient finds his/her experts. Presentation of the results of the patient study in cooperation with ORMCO.
Martin Simmel, Psychologist, Health Management Systems
12:30 – 13:30 o'clock: Lunch, dental exhibition
LECTURE NO 5
13:30 - 14:15 o'clock
Digital Workflow - for the young generation
Dr. Alexandros Manolakis, representing the "Digital Natives" shows his kind of dentistry - be fascinated!
Dr. Alexandros Manolakis, Focus in Implantology and Parodontology
LECTURE NO 6
14:20 - 15:05 o'clock
Digital Workflow – My experience with the Kois-System
John Kois describes the Kois Center as the Evidence Based Dental Teaching Center, creating a new Standard in Continuing Education. Cases will show how this concept is implemented into daily practice
Dr. Josef Diemer, Dentist for Oral Surgery, Specialist in Implantology, Parodontology and Endodontics, Kois Graduate
15:00 – 15:35 o'clock: Coffee break, dental exhibition
LECTURE NO 7
15:35 - 16:20 o'clock
Digital Workflow - In Endodontics
How is flow possible in root canals? Two endodontists report on do´s and don't´s and how digital possibilities have changed their lives.
Prof. Dr. Christian Gernhardt, Apl. Prof. Deputy Director Halle (Saale)
ZA Vasilij Lazutin, Focus in Endodontics, dentaMEDIC-Team
LECTURE NO 8
16:25 - 17:10 o'clock
Digital Workflow - Create Safety. Interface Plastic Surgery and Aesthetic Dentistry
Dr. Alexander Eisenbrandt will report from his digital practice and show how the two fields of research can complement each other ideally.
Dr. med. Alexander Eisenbrandt, Specialist in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery
Get together and flying buffet 17.30 – 19:00 o'clock