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  • Prof. Roland Frankenberger

Prof. Roland Frankenberger

Marburg,Germany

Short CV
Born 1967, DMD 1992 (University of Erlangen), 2000 PhD (University of Erlangen), 2009 Chairman, Department for Operative Dentistry and Endodontics, University of Marburg. 2012-15 Dean of Marburg Dental School, 2012-14 President of the German Association of Conservative Dentistry, since 2012 Board Member of the German Association of Endodontology, since 2016 President elect of the German Association of Dentistry and Oral Medicine, since 2016 Dean for Student Affairs in Medicine, Biomedical Science, and Dentistry, University of Marburg. SInce 2015 Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Adhesive Dentistry.
Lecture
Ideal Preparation and Adhesive Luting Techniques for CAD/CAM Inlays and Partial Crowns
Impression-free CAD/CAM restorations are attractive for both patients and dentists, but without basic principles they cannot work. Fundamental prerequisites are: 1. Preparation according to materials’ requirements indicate that with preparation alone you can enhance mechanical properties of ceramics up to 30%. Thus, rounded angles are mandatory and many more rules apply. 2. Successful and durable adhesive luting of CAD/CAM materials involve a. Correct pre-treatment of different inlay materials as well as appropriate adhesive bonding of tooth hard tissues. New luting composites but primarily innovative adhesives allow for easier handling and reduced technique sensitivity. Experiences of several prospective clinical studies will support any recommendations for the perfect clinical CAD/CAM procedure.

Learning Objective :
  1. Think Ceramics, Preparation Technique, Adhesive Luting of CAD/CAM
Lecture
CAD/CAM with Cerec – Experiences over 25 Years
Cerec was a restorative revolution when it was introduced to the market. However, the majority of dentists were skeptical due to very low accuracy of the system in the very beginning, bringing into question whether this kind of marginal fit could give good long-term clinical results. On the other hand, milling of industrially manufactured ceramic blocks may be favourable due to missing voids and technical flaws. Today after more than 25 years of experience, the results are clear. Chairside CAD/CAM restorations are evaluated excellently in the literature in the field. But fundamental prerequisites for success remained the same since then.

Learning Objective :
  1. Benefits and disadvantages of chairside CAD/CAM
  2. Clinical fundamentals for success with Cerec
  3. Long-term studies over 25 years
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