International SGS Dental Congress 2023, Dubai UAE

Speakers & Lecture Topics

Dr. Zachary Papadakis, USA
Immediate Implant Placement and Non Functional Loading in the Esthetic Zone Utilizing Surgical Guides (English)

Immediate placement and non functional loading is a necessary skill in the modern implant office. Learn how to incorporate surgical guides, definitive abutments, and provisional crowns at the time of implant placement to get the best esthetic and long term result possible.


Dr. Nael Akram Eid, UAE
Integration of Conventional Principles to improve the digital workflow for completely Edentolous patient treated with implants (English)

Prosthetic Consideration in Full Mouth Rehabilitation with Implants. Error margin between the conventional way and the digital procedure.


Dr. Antonio Cupo / Dr. Guglielmo Iadanza, Italy
Implantology – How to transform limits into success (English)

The lecture will focus on the importance of valid preoperative planning, thanks to the help of digital tools, analyzing the activities for the preparation of implant sites thanks to bone grafts and the appropriate implant protocol. In this way, it will be possible to achieve success, in implantology and in implant prosthetics, overcoming the natural limits of the bone areas, with the full satisfaction of the patient.

CVs of Dr.Cupo & Dr.Iadanza


Dr. Kirakos Grece, Lebanon
Key to Successful Dental Implants in Diabetic Patients (English)

The seminar provides an update on the complications of dental implants in diabetics. Discussion of the importance of bone quality and antibiotic therapy, best timing for implants and prosthetic stage are also provided. The talk will include practical illustration of Clinical case presentations.


Dr. Monir Al-Shakaki, UAE
Bonegraft techniques and its application (English)

How to choose the correct bone graft material based on the treatment plan and result expectations.


Dr. Filipe Matias, Portugal
Digital Implantology (English)

Over the past few decades, there have been significant advancements in digital tools and techniques that have revolutionized various aspects of dental practice, including diagnosis, treatment planning, fabrication of dental restorations, and patient communication.
Digital dentistry offers numerous benefits, including increased accuracy, faster turnaround times, improved patient comfort, and enhanced communication.
It continues to evolve rapidly, with new technologies constantly emerging to advance the field and provide better dental care.


Dr. Avtandil Machavariani, Georgia
Immediate Loading with Surgical Guides (English)

Modern dentistry have witnessed, a rapid and continuing evolution. Concerning the implant-rehabilitation protocols, they have been redefined in order to satisfy patient’s increasing expectations in terms of comfort, aesthetic and shorter treatment period. The purpose of this review is to show the concept of implant immediate loading and the indications for clinical practice. All the critical aspects that could influence the outcomes of this treatment will also be considered. The use of digital equipment and software in dentistry has developed considerably in recent years compared to other fields of medicine. Since examining the advantages and disadvantages of each approach, along with case studies, can help physicians make informed decisions, this review study aims to raise the awareness of dentists to make easier decisions about using guided or free-hand surgery. Guided surgery has the highest level of accuracy and control, in which osteotomy is designed and printed through a digital surgery guide, and depending on the complexity of the case and the patient’s anatomy, it has a higher level of value than free surgery. The surgical guide helps the surgeon make the implant surgery more accurate, safer, simpler, at a lower cost, and in less time. In fact, there are patterns that convey information about the position of the tooth to the dentist before the implant is placed.


Dr. Sergey Popov, Russia
Radiological long-term follow-up results on SGS Dental Implants (English)

Standardisation of rentgenological assesment in implantology. Principles of placing implant’s neck with “flat-to-flat” connection. Key factors, affecting on bone remodeling around SGS Dental Implants.


Dr. Mark Livshits, Cyprus
Computer guided surgery and the use of 3D technology in case planing (English)

Correct planing of the implant surgery and the use of a surgical guide will allow: Accurate implant placement in pre-planed position, atraumatic surgery, fast recovery, time saving, predictability of the surgery, patient safety and peace of mind for the surgeon. The use of 3D technology will make masterpiece in every implant surgery.

Dr. Marcio Nucci, Spain
Perio-implant plastic surgery, patologies and PRF application. (English)

The best positioning of the implant in atrophic mandibles using technics like palatal approach, lifting nasal membrane and using canine pilar. Correct removing technique of the nasal membrane.

Dr. Maciej Ciesielski, Poland
Risk Assessment in Implant treatments (English)

The expectations of patients regarding the long-term effects of implant treatment are constantly increasing, and the assessment of the risks associated with treatment beyond the procedural technique has become an important element in treatment planning.

Dr. Marwan Ghanim, Iraq
Immediate implant loading is a challenge (English)

Immediate loading of dental implants for either partial or total edentulous jaws is a predictable approach, and it has shown comparable survival rates than those obtained with conventional loading protocols in the long term.
It not only provides functionality but aesthetics and improved patient satisfaction.
The implementation of new technologies in conjunction with immediate dental implants loading has good acceptance by both clinicians and patients, reducing chair time and overall treatment costs.
When appropriate, immediate implant placement and immediate implant loading offer an opportunity to shorten time-to-teeth and reduce the number of visits
Immediate loading, otherwise known as Immediate Function, involves the placement of a restoration within 48 hours of implant placement.

Dr. Dr. Anastasios Mamalis, Greece
Guided Bone Regeneration materials and biological mechanisms revisited. (English)

Guided bone regeneration (GBR) appears as a predictable procedure prior or simultaneously to the placement of titanium implants. The complex anatomy of the oral and maxillofacial sites and the severity of the bone defects caused by trauma, tumors or inflammation make GBR a demanding process.
In this oral presentation, contemporary advances in designing and fabricating bone grafting materials applied in oral and maxillofacial sites are analyzed according to their modes of function: a. maintaining space for bone growth. b. promoting the adhesion, migration, and proliferation of osteoblasts. c. stimulating the migration and differentiation of progenitor cells. d. promoting vascularization and immunoregulation to induce osteogenesis and e. suppressing infection and mimicking natural tissues using graded biomimetic materials. In addition, new research and development strategies (3D printing) and new design concepts (developing bone mimetic extracellular matrix niches and preparing scaffolds to suppress connective tissue and promote bone or osteoid tissues to actively acquire and occupy space for bone regeneration) are extensively discussed. The application of a membrane to exclude non‐osteogenic tissues is of paramount importance for predictable GBR. Membrane materials possess a number of properties. An update on membrane properties and the biological outcomes, as well as a critical assessment of the biological mechanisms governing bone regeneration in defects covered by membranes is presented. The optimization of GBR and membrane materials with richer biological functions is a field of dynamic research. This presentation provides an in-depth understanding of the mechanism of bone-GBR-material interactions from a clinical perspective.

Dr. Mohammad Sartawi, Jordan, GBR
Oral Implants From Theory To Clinical, Much Is Possible (English)

This lecture is designed to provide clinicians with the knowledge, skill sets and confidence to perform Oral Implant Surgery in the dental practice as well as tutorials on related basic and advanced dento-alveolar surgical techniques the Dental / Oral Surgeon should acquire for his/her day-to-day practice. It also covers Surgical Anatomy of both maxilla and mandible, Surgical Principles for placement of Implants, Parameters to obtain Osseointegration and improve Implant Success Rate and finally why chose SGS Implants.


Dr. Joseph Abi Nasr, UAE
SGS Dental Implant from P1 to P5D, a specified implantology solutions for different indications (English)

The historical revolution of SGS Dental Implants in relation to connection, structure & design with the different indications and advantages in addition to their surgical and prosthetic outcome.


Dr. Vahik Meserkhani, USA
Congenitally Missing Teeth: Epidemiology and Treatment Options (English)

Every practice encounters patients with congenitally missing teeth. Treatment of these missing teeth depends on the patient’s age, location of the missing tooth/teeth, and patient expectations. In this lecture, the epidemiology of congenitally missing teeth as well as the many possible treatment options will be discussed. Clinicians will learn about treatment modalities involving fixed and removable prostheses in correspondence with patient expectations and age-related treatment.

Dr. Elcheikh Nibal Zaki, Saudi Arabia
Dental Implant Surface Treatments: What You Need to Know (English)

When considering the factors that can affect dental implant success both long and short term, one of the most crucial is undoubtedly the implant’s surface.

Dr. Aslan Mammadov, Azerbaijan
Peri-Implant Tissue Remodeling (English)

Peri-implant soft tissues play a role of importance on the maintenance and long-term stability of implants. The topic is focused on the soft tissue around dental implants, on the influence of implant configurations on the marginal soft tissues, the long-term outcomes of soft tissue stability around dental implants, and soft tissue augmentation around dental implants.

Dr. Irfan Qureshi, Pakistan
Predictable and Safe Sinus Augmentation (English)

Guided Bone Regeneration in the Maxillary Sinus is a useful approach in implantology. The lecture will cover the several aspects of Sinus Augmentation.


Dr. Ioannis Fourmousis, Greece
Implant placement in the aesthetic zone: Long-term results (English)

Implant placement is a routine procedure for oral rehabilitation, in cases of tooth agenesia or tooth loss (due to trauma or caries). Dental implants’ position does not change over time due to the process of “osseointegration”. On the contrary, teeth follow craniofacial growth (in particular, orofacial and dentoalveolar growth) and move.
The stomatognathic system undergoes changes in its vertical and horizontal dimensions after adulthood. Implant placement on the anterior maxilla is challenging for clinicians, because of continuous eruption of adjacent teeth, as well as occlusal changes. Long-term aesthetic complications, such as differences in incisal edges’ length, the position of gingival margins, and open contact points between implant restorations and adjacent teeth, should be taken into consideration.
Consequently, with time, implant restorations in the anterior maxilla present aesthetic complications of various degrees, which need a personalized treatment approach. To avoid such complications, implant placement is recommended to be performed after the completion of skeletal growth and maturation.


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