· CEO, Neobiotech · MS & Specialty, Postdoctoral Prosthodontics, Boston University, Goldman School of Dental Medicine · Ph.D., Graduate School of Dental Clinical Science, Catholic University · Former Adjunct Assistant Clinical Professor, Center for Implantology, Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine. · Adjunct Clinical Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, Dankook University, Catholic University, & Korea University · Practice limited to Prosthodontics and Advanced Implantology, Seoul Korea
This lecture provides a comprehensive exploration of Neobiotech's transformative journey since its establishment in 2008, intertwining the evolution of AnyTime Loading with crucial insights from the history of Immediate Loading.
The exploration begins with an insightful dive into the history of Immediate Loading, unraveling the intrigue around its success factors. Insights from a Harvard professor's 10-year study, revealing an 84% success rate, serve as a catalyst for further exploration. Dr. Tarnow's pioneering work in 1995, comparing Immediate Loading to submerged cases, becomes a source of inspiration, leading to the inception of the AnyTime Loading concept.
Highlighted within are the key elements driving AnyTime Loading success — screw-type implants, optimal surface conditions, and cross-arch splinting. The lecture addresses the challenge of micromovement and emphasizes its mitigation as crucial for AnyTime Loading.
Integral to our narrative are the invaluable lessons garnered from failures along the AnyTime Loading journey. The lecture also outlines Neobiotech's trajectory in product development, showcasing the pursuit of a 100% success rate in implants. Pivotal moments, breakthroughs, and innovations that contribute significantly to this ambitious goal are discussed, offering a holistic view of Neobiotech's commitment to advancing implantology.
· DDS, School of Dentistry of the University of Milan, Italy · Post-graduate in Oral Surgery, University of Florence, Italy · Active member of EAO, IAO, SIdP, EFP, IAED · Co-founder of the “Implant Study Club-Italy” · Author of several scientific publications · Speakers in various national and international congress
The maxillary sinus area has always been taken into consideration with a certain "reverence" by the vast majority of dentists, due to the apparent difficulty of accessing this area and the delicacy of the membrane of Schneider which covers the entire internal surface. The bone quality present in this area makes the insertion of implants, with both conventional and post-extraction techniques, even more complex and with reduced survival rates. On the other hand, following the guidelines of the CMI concepts, it is possible to partially anchor the implant in the cortex of the maxillary floor, thus obtaining considerable primary stability.
The lecture will uncover the benefits that can arise from utilizing Neobiotech IS-II and IS-III implants combined with CMI concepts, in this particular area of the oral cavity. The presentation will also detail prosthetic loading protocols in relation to the quantity and quality of residual bone in order to obtain high survival rates.
· DDS · Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon · Hospital Dr. Jose Gregorio Hernández Los Magallanes de Catia · International lecturer - Reviewer International Journals · Author - Coauthor of numerous scientific publications · Private Practice Madrid-Cantabria (Spain)
Every day in our consultations we handle patients whose main reason for consultation is oriented to immediate treatment that they require. A situation that we solve with the implementation of optimal macrodesigns of implants (CMI) and its connections. Reason for increasingly feasible to do with a high percentage of success, despite existing bad bone and tissue conditions.
Considering on the initial interdisciplinary management of atrophic jaws, the diagnosis, planning and execution w/integrated surgical techniques combined with oral rehabilitation, it’s important to take advantage of the regenerative potential of the jaws and be able to offer the possibility of applying advanced surgical techniques that combine aesthetics + function, carrying out immediate loading protocols, supported by implantology surgical protocols such as: All on (4-6-8-X technique) and guided surgery, which in conjunction w/guided bone and tissue regeneration maneuvers, maxillary sinus floor elevation, among others, guarantee the reduction of surgical times and increase the level of satisfaction of our patients, allowing the management of these cases w/immediate provisionalization.
Validation of No Stability Dip through Assessment of Total Stability Change
Dr. Mongkol Thaveeprungsiporn
GAO Core Member
· DDS, Chulalongkorn University · Diplomate of The International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) · Diploma in Clinical Orthodontics, The City of London Dental School, Bolton University · Founder of BFCdental clinic (www.bfcdental.com) · Course director of GAO live implant surgery course · Invited speaker in the field of Dental Implants/ Orthodontics
In the past decade, NEOBIOTECH implants have shown the “AnyTime Loading Concept” to the implant dentistry world. They optimized implant design, surface treatment, and drilling protocols for this concept.
They also claim that they can eliminate the dip between the primary & secondary stability of dental implant healing, especially during the second week to the eighth week after dental implant(s) placement.
I will take the audience to follow my lecture, which shows the case examples in various bone densities of dental implant cases, including different drilling protocols in each. I record the dental implant stability in 2-week intervals, till the eighth week after dental implant placement. ANYCHECK is the tool for my initial stability test in IST values.
I proudly present my data information on the topic of “Validation of No Stability Dip through Assessment of Total Stability Change” at the 2024 NEOBIOTECH World Symposium. I hope this will challenge you to plan your implant restorations for your patients with AnyTime Loading Concept soon with a better outcome and more predictable.
· Head of Periodontology Departmnet of Egas Moniz University (IUEM,Portugal) · Specialist in Periodontology by the Portuguese Dental Association (OMD) · Coordinator and Professor of International Post-graduate Program in Clinical Periodontology at Egas Moniz University (PCI) · Invited lecturer at several postgraduate courses at IUEM · Professor of Postgraduate program in implant dentistry · Head of Clinical Research Unit of CiiEM
The primary stability of an implant, resulting from the mechanical interconnection between the implant and the bone, is one of the most critical factors in long-term success. The absence of micro-movements beyond the tolerable limit is essential for successful osseointegration.
After insertion of an implant, bone remodeling causes a decrease in primary stability. As long as there is not enough secondary (or biological) stability, this stability gap makes it inadvisable to load the implant. High primary stability at the time of surgery does not necessarily mean that it will remain high over time, as it is affected by the bone remodeling process around the implant. There are several factors that can increase bone necrosis and the extent of this remodeling, such as increased temperature, excessive torque, among others. In this presentation we will address several biological principles that must be taken into account during implant bed preparation, in order to reduce aggression to the bone tissue and maintain primary stability over time, allowing the implant to be loaded at any time. We will analyze the most recent scientific literature, summarizing the critical factors so that the clinician can optimize their protocols.
· Full Professor, Kyung-Hee University School of Dentistry, Seoul, South Korea, 1993~2023 · President, Kyung-Hee University Dental Hospital at Gangdong, Kyung-Hee University College of Dentistry, Seoul, South Korea, 2013~2017 · Co-director with Prof. HP Weber, ITI Harvard CE Course, Department of Restorative Dentistry, Division of Implant Dentistry, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA, USA, 1999~2010 · President, AAO (Asian Academy of Osseointegration), 2017~2019 · Section Chair, ITI (International Team for Implantology) Section Korea, 2017~2020 · Emeritus Professor at the Kyung Hee University College of dentistry, School of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea
Embark on a transformative exploration of stability and aesthetics in full-arch implantology based on Top-Down & Restoration-Driven Treatment Planning. This session concentrates on the crucial interplay of cross-arch splinting and tripod support, unlocking techniques that not only enhance stability and reduce implant numbers but also open avenues for comprehensive full-arch prosthetic solutions.
As we navigate the landscape of Stability Enhancement Techniques, discover the symbiotic relationship between cross-arch splinting and tripod support. Witness how these techniques boost cantilever capacities in full-arch cases, reinforcing stability against diverse chewing forces.
Transitioning to the realm of All-on-4 and All-on-X, where cross-arch splinting emerges as a potential catalyst in minimizing required implants for full-arch cases, we uncover the innovative possibilities these reductions unleash—reshaping the landscape of implant dentistry.
Revealing the intricacies of Optimal Force Distribution, we highlight the significance of sufficient Anterior-Posterior spread in withstanding forces in full-arch fixed bridges, especially in managing distal/anterior cantilevers. Rooted in Evidence-Based Clinical Cases, the session presents real-world examples and scientific evidence validating the effectiveness of cross-arch splinting and tripod support.
Drawing on extensive experience and research, we share long-term outcomes and success rates, offering a comprehensive perspective on achieving stability and aesthetic excellence in full-arch implantology. Join us for an insightful journey that transcends a mere lecture—it's a roadmap to redefine your approach to full-arch implant dentistry.
Navigating Prosthetic Design for Successful Esthetic AnyTime Loading
Dr. Marco Redemagni
GAO Core Member,
· Medicine and Surgery, University of Milan · Specialization in Odontostomatology · Founding member and president of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry · Authors of scientific papers · Speakers on several congresses · Private practice in Lomazzo and Milan, Italy
Achieving aesthetics with implants is a challenging and demanding procedure. To create implant restorations with harmonious gingival contour that emulate nature is a fusion of science and art. Understanding the biologic and physiologic limitations of the soft and hard tissues, together with the provisional restoration ideal shape, will facilitate predictability in simple to complex esthetic situations.
The aesthetic success of a prosthesis on implants is judged almost exclusively by its imperceptible integration with the adjacent elements and by its appearance as natural as possible. To achieve these objectives, a correct treatment planning must be carried out, taking into consideration all the decisive parameters to obtain an ideal result.
During the lecture the key determinant factors for an optimal and lasting aesthetic solution of immediate load cases will be highlighted, from the study of the case to the surgical phase, with particular attention to the management of the prosthetic emergence profile through the conditioning of the soft tissues, and its ideal occlusal plan, up to the realization of the provisional and the definitive restoration. Particularly attention will be then caried out to the occlusal plan design to preserve the bone from its reabsorption, and both the implants, the prostheses restorations and the prosthetic components from their fracture or other failures according to what are the most current orientations of the scientific literature.
Redefining Loading Protocols: Unveiling the Potential of AnyTime Loading
Dr. Jeffery Platt
GAO Core Member
· Graduate of the University of Missouri at Kansas City, School of Dentistry · Additional education in orthodontics, restorative implants, and implant surgery, endodontics, biomimetic and holistic dentistry · Speakers on several seminars · Member of AACD, ICOI, IADI, ABD, ADSM, ADA, CDA · Private practice at Colorado Springs
What are the normal loading protocols we have been taught from the father of implant dentistry? Osteotomy preparation at high rpm, placement of implant, bury implant, 3-6 months later uncover implant and place healing abutment, 1-2 months later begin restorative impressions. We have been taught that since 1950, why do we still adhere to these protocols? What has changed in dentistry since 1950? Mercury is not beneficial for our health. Sedation can be used to help patients with anxiety. Local anesthetics are safe to use on every patient. Periodontal disease does not mean you must extract every tooth in the mouth. Everything has changed except implant loading times. When do our patients want implants to be loaded? At the time of placement, they are expecting to have a new tooth, not just the root of a tooth. Why can’t we give our patients what they want? Because we are working in the 1950’s with our dentistry.
This presentation challenges the status quo and advocates for a shift to meet patient expectations. Addressing the desire for immediate results, we explore the AnyTime Loading Protocol, emphasizing "optimal fixation" and the "Maximum Bone to Implant Contact (BIC) ratio." By aligning with contemporary patient preferences and leveraging technological progress, we can bridge the gap between tradition and innovation, offering a more patient-centric approach to implant dentistry.
· Associate Professor, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon, Implantologist · Head and Founder of GMC - Galaktion Makhviladze Clinic · Founder of GIPIU · Board member of Georgian Implantological Association · Member of German Board of Oral Implantologists · Academic Ambassador of IAUSI
Dive into the revolutionary world of Neobiotech's CMI Implant System, where dental implantation transcends traditional boundaries. Imagine a solution that not only masters immediate, early, and conventional loading but introduces a game-changing approach known as Anytime Loading (AL), a brainchild of Dr. Heo.
AL isn't just a concept; it's a commitment to achieving a flawless success rate. Picture unwavering primary stability, even in the most delicate of bone structures, ensuring an optimal Bone to Implant Contact (BIC) with a touch of finesse, minimizing trauma.
What sets AL apart is its dance with physiological drilling guidelines and a tailored approach to the unique anatomy of each patient. We've decoded the secrets of bone density, offering a bespoke strategy – a gentle, passive placement for high-density bone and an active, self-compacting protocol for the low-density bone.
But here's the thrilling part – the Insertion Torque Values (ITV) play matchmaker, deciding the fate of your loading types, whether it's the conventional route or the exhilarating journey with AL.
This isn't your typical implant procedure; it's a symphony of innovation. AL doesn't just stop at achieving stability; it defies the norms, erasing stability dips that haunt conventional methods. The trauma-free, AL magic not only boosts primary stability but maintains it, eliminating the typical challenges faced post-implant placement and setting the stage for prosthetic loading whenever you desire.
Get ready to reimagine implantation – the Neobiotech way!
From Fixation to Function: Understanding CMI Fixation for Optimal Loading
Dr. Joongmin Kim
· Bachelor’s degree, Dankook University College of Dentistry · Master’s degree, Korea University, College of Medicine · Intern, resident Korea University Medical Center, Department of Dentistry, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery · Associate fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry · Completion, American Academy of Implant Dentistry, South Korea Maxi Course · Private practice (Seoul, Korea) - E-well dental clinic
Begin an insightful exploration of implant fixation and immediate loading techniques in this engaging lecture. We'll delve into the pivotal role of CMI fixation, discussing different types and exploring loading possibilities across varied fixation zones.
As we navigate the core of CMI fixation, we'll understand its concepts—CMI/CM fixation, MI/C fixation, and I fixation. Discover how charting bone density for each implant part enhances our comprehension of specific fixation zones. Throughout the discussion, we'll shed light on the significance of fixation area over overall insertion torque, especially in determining loading suitability, and explore the impact of force and magnitude during lateral force application. A key highlight will be the pivotal role of C Fixation in achieving successful immediate loading.
The lecture will not just present theoretical insights but also provide practical recommendations for different scenarios. For instance, single implants with CMI or CM Fixation will be explored as suitable for AL, while we'll delve into options for cases where splinting becomes a viable solution. Complementing these insights will be illustrative clinical case demonstrations, showcasing successful Immediate Loading (IL) or Early Loading (EL) outcomes, coupled with long-term follow-up data. Join us on this enlightening journey to unravel the keys to optimal implant fixation and immediate loading success.