HANDS ON LIST
Venue Date Title Fee
SUMMIT ROOM
HO31
Oct. 12, 2019
1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Gorgeous Anterior and Posterior Composites, Inspired by Style Italiano

1. Veneer consultation : Patient interaction, taking consent, clinical photo, shade selection & study model (under promise and over deliver approach) 2. Tooth preparation for veneers 3. Impression for veneers 4. Temporary veneers 5. Direct composite veneers, A Style Italiano training :  Tips on achieving the best bond strength, composite placement, creation of natural surface morphology, macro & micro anatomy, polishing & finishing. 6. Maintenance : Take home messages for patients living with dental veneers.



Speaker :
  Dr Army Anak Empol

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1500000
NURI 2
HOP1
Oct. 9, 2019
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Implants in the aesthetic zone: Decision making and management of soft and hard tissue

This hands-on is available for residents and specialist dentists



Speaker :
  Dr. Nikos Mattheos

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
8000000
Nuri 1
HOP2
Oct. 9, 2019
9 a.m. - noon
Assessment and Management of Developmental Dental Defect in Children: from A - Z

This Hands-on would be a simulation and interactive discussion between the instructor and participants. The topic was chosen as it is now become a problem in global oral health issue. Assessment and treatment choices of developmental dental defect, especially in young permanent teeth, are challenging for dentists and pediatric dentists in treating children. Prof David Manton is a well-known clinician and researcher who has a lot of works with developmental dental defect in children. Thus, it is a valuable opportunity to us for having him in KPPIKG2019.



Speaker :
  Prof David Manton

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1000000
Lab Biologi Oral
HOP3
Oct. 14, 2019
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Detection of Biofilm Periodontophatic Bacteria in Patient with Dental Implant From Buccal Mucosa and Saliva by Q-PCR

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Speaker :
  Prof. drg. Boy M. Bachtiar, MS, Ph.D

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
2000000
Lab Biologi Oral
HOP4
Oct. 14, 2019
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Immunogenetic Determination by Real Time PCR : Prediction of the Success of Dental Implant

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Speaker :
  drg. Endang Winiati Bachtiar, M.Biomed., PhD

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
2500000
Nuri 1,2
HOS1
Oct. 11, 2019
3:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Basic Daily Endodontic Case Report Management from Isolation to Endodontic Obturation

This Hands-on is available for General Dentist. Please reserve your seat now or you will be left behind! One of the main factor that affect the successful of endodontic treatment is the operator’s ability to shape and clean the root canals into the working length in a proper manner. The prognosis of endodontic treatment can be as high as 96% without any previous apical lesion. In 1974, Schilder stated that the general aim of biomechanical instrumentation is to clean all the organic substances and shape the root canal walls so that the obturation can be done hermetically. Recently, we are surrounded with many advancement of endodontic instruments which makes our treatment more effective and efficient. The diversity can be seen from the file rake angle, materials, kinematics, and more focuses in engine driven instruments. In the other hand, the basic knowledge of biomechanical instrumentation, pulp anatomy, working field isolation, and operator skills are still the main factor in creating a predictable root canal treatment outcomes. The outcome of endodontic treatments does not rely on a proper disinfection process only, but also on tight-sealed fillings of the canals as barriers to prevent re-infection. Therefore, root filling material is necessary to obturate the root canal in fluid tight seal 3-dimensionally on the main canal as well as the accessory canals. The ideal root filling material should have inert properties, good adhesive ability and result in voids-free obturation along the root canals.



Speaker :
  drg. Rio Suryantoro, Sp.KG

Moderator :
  Moderator KPPIKG
1000000
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