Speaker

DR. JOÃO PALMIERI, CD, MS

CURRICULUM

Master of Health Sciences / Prostodontics from the University of Brasilia, Specialist in Implant Dentistry from EAP / ABO-DF, Specialization in Oral Rehabilitation of High Complexity by DATO Clinic / Aníbal Alonso in Buenos Aires - Argentina, Director of the Occlusal Plastic Institute in Brasilia

Synopsis

After all, what do we treat when dealing with teeth: wear, crack, fracture, tooth decay, pain, discoloration, corrosion, mobility? And to what extent, as health professionals, should we consider the prudence of not being more destructive than the disease itself?

Dentistry evolves according to the needs and fads of its patients. Just as the massive introduction of sugar in the Victorian era led to a true epidemic of dentures over the next few centuries, we now come to the acid and anxious modernity that has brought us a legion of “tooth-wearing”.
And it is on the principle of not injuring further to treat that this presentation brings a method and some techniques to deal with this new challenge that presents itself: the "premature aging of the teeth".

The techniques range from direct and indirect reconstruction with resin, the most reversible of techniques, to ceramic rehabilitation on teeth and implants done entirely within the office.

3 learning objectives:

1) to allow the differentiation between what is occlusal disease and what is natural aging of the dentition.

2) to clarify that adhesive dentistry allows a less invasive practice.

3) to make clear the role of occlusion in both diagnosis and therapy of the occlusal disease.
Brazil

Lecture

Primum non nocere: the principle of noninvasive occlusal rehabilitation

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