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Dr. Damir Jelušić

O predavaču

Dr. Damir Jelušić specijalizirao je parodontologiju i dentalnu implantologiju, doktorirao je sa temom regeneracije kosti u implantologiji, a jedan je od rijetkih stručnjaka koij pored svojih kompetncija iz implantologije ima završene master programe iz minimalno invazivne protetike, parodontne estetske kirurgije i regeneracije kosti kod svjetski  priznatih autoriteta iz tih područja. Aktivno sudjeluje u brojnim obrazovnim programima, edukacijama i kongresima kao predavač iz područja dentalne implantologije, implanto-protetske rehabilitacije i regeneracije kosti.
Dr. Jelušić autor je više stručnih i znanstvenih članaka iz područja dentalne implantologije. Priznati je predavač više globalnih tvrtki i institucija. Član je niza domaćih i međunarodnih udruženja, uključujući Europskog društva za oseointegraciju (EAO), Međunarodnog udruženja oralnih implantologa (ICOI) i Hrvatskog društva za dentalnu implantologiju (HDDI).

Predavanje

FP1-FP2-FP3 prosthetics
From a Single Tooth Replacement to a Full Arch Rehabilitation 

Today’s dental world revolves around implants; teeth are preserved, edentulous patients desire fixed solutions, and patients’ wishes are effectiveness, aesthetics, and function. Is it possible to harmoniously combine the treatment of bone loss, immediacy, and aesthetics?

Tooth extraction introduces patients to the world of dental implants. The most effective way to replace a tooth after extraction is immediate implant placement. This approach has many advantages such as saving time, being effective, and offering biological benefits. The most important biological benefits include preserving and preventing post-extraction bone loss, as well as maintaining, or even better, enhancing the soft tissue profile. Considering FP1, FP2, or FP3 prosthetic designs is about balancing the degree of hard and soft tissue retraction with standard tooth dimensions.

FP1 prosthetic design means rehabilitation based on pure dental design in its standard dimensions, like crowns and bridges. FP2 designs look like periodontal crowns and bridges with tissue retractions. FP2 restorations always have longer teeth. FP3 design replaces not only the teeth but also the hard tissue component that is missing due to advanced bone resorption. In FP3 restorations, a flange of pink restorative material is mandatory. Such aesthetics is usually called white and pink aesthetics.

In this lecture, the biological principles of bone loss after tooth extraction will be discussed and presented, along with their consequences on our clinical approach. Where are the limits of immediate implant placement, and what are the prerequisites for safe and predictable implant placement in such an environment? Do we need bone substitutes, and can we restore the tooth or an entire arch on implants placed in an extraction socket? Through clinical cases, techniques, and procedures, we will present and discuss step-by-step methods for transitioning from single tooth replacement to full arch rehabilitation, and from anterior zone to posterior solutions.

Masterclass

by. dr. Zoran Kovač & dr. Damir Jelušić

DTX Studio Clinic for Digital Dentist

Protetski vođena implantologiija: od prikupljanja podataka do planiranja tretmana korištenjem digitalne tehnologije
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Hands-on

Workshop: 3 unit FP1 implant bridge in anterior zone

During the hands-on course, every participant will practice immediate implant placement in a 3D position with abutment placement. The case on the model will be treated with the help of a surgical guide, which allows for the ideal prosthetic position of the implant. Immediate fabrication of a bridge will be done accordingly to preserve and create an optimal emergence profile. The site will be grafted, the final abutment will be placed, and the positioning and adaptation of the provisional bridge will be ensured for an ideal healing process. Each participant will be guided and assisted through this process of implantation, 3D positioning, and tissue adaptation.