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DentaNet Symposium 2020 – Copenhagen

January 31, 2020 - February 01, 2020, Denmark - Copenhagen

DentaNet has yet again teamed up with a great, great couple of speakers and yet again set the bar high for the social parts as well: the networking dinner followed by a great party will be held at the art museum Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket. We will have the DentaNet Symposium right next to the Copenhagen Airport so you won't loose any money or time on transportation. If you aim for the stars - we'll bring them to you! ;-)

More than 150 delegates have already signed up for the DentaNet Symposium XI at the Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport.

- Posterior Restorations - Dr. Peumans and Dr. Politano
- Advanced Endo + Tips & Tricks - Dr. Zirkel
- Occlusion from a different point of view - Dr. Levy

Friday evening the networking dinner will be at Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket museum continuing with a big party at the hotel.

 

Dr. Gianfranco Politano & Dr. Marleen Peumans - Whole Friday

Effective and simplified protocols for daily high quality adhesive restorations in the posterior region

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

  • Do a correct biomechanical analysis of the premolar/molar to be restored
  • Have knowledge of the indications and limitations of direct and indirect adhesive restorations in the posterior region
  • Make a correct cavity preparation for a long lasting direct composite restoration
  • Follow a simplified protocol for closing the proximal box (contactpoint and proximal emergency profile) and the occlusal cavity with a direct composite restoration, emulating histo-anatomy, optical properties and anatomy of the natural tooth.
  • Have knowledge of preparation form for long-lasting non-retentive lithium disilicate bonded overlays
  • How to deal with deep cervical margins
  • Follow a correct cementation protocol for long lasting non-retentive ceramic overlays

 

Expand your aestetic inspiration with a great networking dinner surrounded by fantastic artworks at Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket

Friday night, we will go to Ny Carlsberg Glyptoteket and surrounded by great art and an extraordinary framework we will have our usual fun networking dinner. There is a formal dresscode so wear your fancy dress or nice suit.

The guides will do small tours during the evening and make it unique by focusing on Teeth, Jaws and Smiles (where possible).

Dancing and drinking at a bar in these surroundings are not allowed, so we have arranged the bus to take us back to the hotel where we have our very own big room with a bar and live band with a dance floor.

This will give us the advantage of being able to get to bed as soon as you feel like it and to get ready for the next lecture day.

We will arrange transportation back and forth from Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport. You will - as usual - be taken well care of throughout the day and night!

 

Dr. Christoph Zirkel - Saturday Morning

Update in next-level endodontics

You will learn about:

  • The spectrum to be discussed includes the bacteriological background
  • The pre-endontontic build-up
  • The preparation and cleaning, as well as various possibilities of root filling, including MTA sealer
  • The possibilities for post-endodontic build-up are discussed, which is a need for a long term success

Problems in endodontics and their solution

You will learn about:

  • Pain patients
  • Diagnostic errors
  • Access cavity and anatomical particularities
  • Instrument fracture and mechanical defects
  • Disinfection control

 

Dr. Jay Harris Levy - Saturday Afternoon

The Physiology of Occlusion in Clinical Practice

You will learn about:

  • The spectrum to be discussed includes the bacteriological background
  • The pre-endontontic build-up
  • The preparation and cleaning, as well as various possibilities of root filling, including MTA sealer
  • The possibilities for post-endodontic build-up are discussed, which is a need for a long term success

 

Read the whole program and sign up here

 

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