We have assembled a number of internationally highly qualified lecturers and speakers for this annual meeting
Ellsperman Lecture by Prof. Georg Meyer.
Interfaces between Dentistry and General Medicine.
Summary: Research shows, that especially in the areas of periodontology, biomaterials and craniomandibular function we can find lots of interesting interfaces to general medicine. Therefore , besides a biomechanical responsibility in dental treatment procedures, we have a medical responsibility for our patients…
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Georg Meyer, Greifswald
Lecture by Prof. Dr. Dr. Dr. Dominik Groß, Aachen
A Closer Look at the Emperor’s new clothes
Nowadays, countless glossy brochures celebrate modern dentistry as innovation
and progress. The protagonists don’t even hesitate to fantasize about a miracle
explosion of knowledge in dentistry. If one takes a closer look, it becomes apparent that this progress is a Potemkin Village as it mainly affects prosthodontics: We surely are improving in replacing teeth. But the art of restoration of natural albeit flawed teeth is not only in stagnation since about a 100 years but yet in regression. Our dilemma in restorative dentistry shows that essential knowledge for the solution of difficult and complex cases has been lost.
Lecture by Dr. Dr. Rüdiger Osswald, Munich Germany
New Ways of milling inlay restorations
Lecture by Dr. Michael Hohaus
Take a peek behind the rubberdam
Holistic dentistry, acupuncture and (dental) interference zones – a holistic dental concept
Lecture by Dr. Petra Bagusche