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Program – 21st Annual Congress “#Worn_Dentition: The Adesive Way

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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Pre-Congress Course

Aesthetic and Functional Restorative Parameters for the Worn Dentition

READ CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT

Marcelo Calamita (Sao Paulo, BR)
Coordinator: Cesare Robello (Genova)

09.30am-10.00am Welcome Coffee
10.00am-01.00pm First part
01.00pm-02.30pm Lunch
01.15pm-02.15pm Lunch & Learn
02.30pm-04.00pm Second part
04.00pm-04.30pm Q&A
04.45pm-06.45pm Companies’ Workshops

21st Annual Congress

# Worn_Dentition: The Adhesive Way

Friday, May 10, 2019

09.00am-09.15am AIC and IAAD President’s Welcome Lorenzo Breschi (Bologna)
Welcome from the Authorities

Prof Francesco Ubertini, Dean of “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University
Prof Enrico Sangiorgi, Vice Dean for Teaching and Education – “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University
Prof Lucia Manzoli, DIBINEM Director – “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University
Prof Lucio Montebugnoli, Coordinator of Dental School – “Alma Mater Studiorum” Bologna University

Coordinators: Jean-François Roulet (Gainesville USA), Fabio Toffenetti (Gallarate)
09.15am-09.25am Introduction by the Coordinators
09.25am-10.10am Josimeri Hebling: Materials: Worn Dentition: A new challenge for the bondingREAD CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
10.10am-11.55am Nicola Scotti: Materials: How do they wear?READ CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
10.55am-11.25am Coffee break
11.25am-12.10pm Markus B. Blatz: When everything else fails: An update on bonded ceramic restorationsREAD CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
12.10pm-12.20pm Presentation of AIC Activities by AIC President Lorenzo Breschi
12.20pm-12.50pm Q&A
01.00pm-02.30pm Lunch
01.00pm–02.30pm Poster Session:
Presentation and discussion
Coordinator: Jìn-Ho Phark (Los Angeles USA) read the abstracts
01.15pm–02.15pm Lunch & Learn
Coordinators: Franco Brenna (Como), Marcelo Giannini (Piracicaba BR)
02.30pm–02.40pm Introduction by the Coordinators
02.40pm-03.25pm Riccardo Ammannato: Direct and indirect approach in the worn dentition
(first part)
READ CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
03.25pm-04.10pm Federico Ferraris: Direct and indirect approach in the worn dentition
(second part)
READ CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
04.10pm-04.40pm Coffee break
04.40pm-05.25pm Marcelo Calamita: Esthetics in function: Integrating the principles of occlusion into the smile design
05.25pm-06.25pm Irena Sailer: Long term results of full mouth adhesive restorationsREAD CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
06.25pm-06.45pm Q&A 

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Coordinators: Markus B. Blatz (Philadelphia USA), Francesco Mangani (Rome)
09.00am-09.10am Introduction by the Coordinators
09.10am-10.10am Marco Veneziani: Worn Dentition restoration with direct and indirect approachREAD CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
10.10am-10.30am AIC – IAAD Prize Awards
10.30am-11.30am Francesca Vailati: Update three-step technique READ CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
11.30am-12.00pm Coffee break
12.00pm-01:00pm Lorenzo Vanini: Restorative dentistry: Function & posture. Clinic and researchREAD CURRICULUM and ABSTRACT
01.00pm-01.30pm Q&A and Closing Remarks
From 02.30pm AIC Active Members’ Assembly


Limited number – In Italian language

Thursday, May the 9th 2019
01.15pm -02.15pm

Need for a post? Yes, no, how?
Giovanni Cavalli, Brescia

Luting cements: from provisional to definitive and adhesive resin cements
Vassilios Kaitsas, Roma

Endodontics: Minimally invasive preparations
Piero Alessandro Marcoli, Brescia

Pedodontics and management of enamel lesions: Strategies for success
Elisa Oneto, Chiavari-GE

Chair-side opportunities with or without the need of the dental technician
Cesare Robello, Genova

Perio-restorative protocols for the management of carious lesions invading the biological width
Gabriella Romano, Casarano-LE

Direct restorations of anterior teeth
Monaldo Saracinelli, Grosseto

Single implants: When, how, why
Carlo Tinti, Flero-BS

Indirect adhesive restorations of posterior teeth in the digital era
Stefano Valbonesi, Bologna

Friday, May the 10th 2019
01.00pm -02.00pm

Causal therapy
Alberto Bertelle, Trento

Sustainable Digital: A conscious acquisition to replace an irremediably compromised tooth
Massimo Buda, Napoli

Longitudinal clinical results, scientific evidence and operational protocols of indirect adhesive aesthetic restorations
Marco Ferrari, Livorno

Bleaching techniques and restorations of anterior teeth
Simona Giani, Casciago-VA

Root fractures repair
Augusto Malentacca, Roma

Minimal invasive dentistry in daily practice
Giovanni Manfrini, Riva del Garda-TN

CEREC? Inlays overlays, composite resins vs disilicate?
Michele Montecucco, Castelletto Ticino-NO

Minimally invasive/additive restorations made in conventional and CAD/CAM techniques
Stefano Patroni, Piacenza

The management of complex endodontic cases
Andrea Polesel, Arenzano-GE


GENERAL INFORMATION

CONGRESS VENUE

The venue is the Palazzo della Cultura e dei Congressi.

Piazza della Costituzione, 4

40128 Bologna / Italy

For further information on the congress Centre, please visit the official website at www.bolognacongressi.it.

 

TRAVEL TO AND WITHIN BOLOGNA

Bologna is easy to reach. There are various airlines that fly directly to Bologna as well as excellent train connections from the major cities in Italy. In case your preferred airline does not offer direct flights to Bologna we recommend to book a flight to Milan and then take the direct train to Bologna. The high- speed railway connection is fast and the tickets well-priced.

By plane

Guglielmo Marconi International Airport, 15 minutes by bus from the town centre, links Bologna with the main Italian and European airports. The airport is located just a few minutes from the city centre, served by taxi and a special bus line called the Aerobus which stops outside the main terminal building.

By train

Due to its central location and geography, Bologna has emerged as the main rail transport hub of northern Italy, making it very well connected with other major Italian cities. The train is a very common means of transport. Tthe high speed railway line is available to/from Milan, shortening the journey to 65 minutes. Bologna is also 35 minutes from Florence, 2 hours 20 minutes from Rome, 2 hours from Venice, 1 hour from Ferrara, etc.

CLINICAL

HOTEL RESERVATION

Thanks to the collaboration with Bologna Welcome, you may very simply book online your stay in Bologna during the AIC Congress. Click here. You can rely on hotel facilities selected among the best available ones and on an immediate confirmation of your reservation.

VISA REQUIREMENTS

In case you need an invitation letter for visa purposes, please contact the Congress Secretariat (aic@mjeventi.com). We strongly advise to contact the Congress Secretariat as earlas possible.

CONGRESS PARTY AT FICO EATALYWORLD

Friday, May 10th at 20:30

REGISTRATION On-line registration to the Italian Academy of Restorative and Conservative Dentistry and to the 2019 Congress is available from the website: www.accademiaitalianadiconservativa.it , starting October the 30th 2018.

POSTER SESSION
During the Congress, scientists and researchers will present and discuss their investigations.

ORGANISING SECRETARIAT

MJ Eventi Sas
T. +39 055 4089445 – F. +39 055 5059360
E: aic@mjeventi.com