Workshops



Note: All workshops required conference registration.





Title : CAD/CAM Cllones

Date : 29 March 2018
Time : 8am to 6pm
NHRA : 8 CME
Fee : 70 BD / 700 SR
Location : Hall "D" - G floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker : Prof. Paulo Kano

Visiting Professor, Department of Restorative Dentistry (UFSC), Santa Catarina, Brasil.
Professor, Department of Digital Dentistry -Sao Paulo, Brasil. SKIN Concept creator.






Abstract


SKIN is a concept that revolutionizes the way to make dental restorations, achieving excellence in function and physiology. It proposes to mimic the morphology of natural teeth, and can be used in several indications of oral rehabilitations. This new technique involves the most advanced CAD/CAM technologies, allowing extract the maximum of precision, quality and speed, in obtaining ceramic restorations. It permits greater predictability of results and reduction of important clinical and laboratory steps, dispensing waxup for diagnostic and mockups. The SKIN morphology portfolio is comprised of digital databases or physical models, allowing the unlimited creation of smiles through the numerous dental compositions, including the inherited transference of consanguineous patients. The use of digital mechanisms makes possible the micrometric milling, superior to what could be achieved by the human abilities, which allows the precise fit of the ceramic pieces, resulting in a perfect cementation. The SKIN method makes possible to create veneers, crowns, full mouth rehabilitations, implant prostheses and surgical guides. Resulting in a personalized aesthetic, according to the patient's choices.


Timetable


08:00 - 10:00 Theoretical:
  • Course Opening.
  • Aesthetic and Function Anterior Oral Rehabilitation Using CAD/CAM System.
  • Introduction to Chairside Smile Design- In Home.
  • Introduction to Outsourced Smile Design- In Lab.
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 11:30 Demonstration: Motivational Mockup Chairside Direct Placement
  • First Patients Initial Photo & Video.
  • Models Selection (Demo on Stage).
  • Motivational Mockup Manufacturing.
11:30 - 12:30 Demonstration: Outsourced Smile Design.
  • Second Patients Initial Photo & Video.
  • Intra-Oral Scanning.
  • Sending the Scanned Workflow to the Digital Lab-Brasil.
  • 3D Print Mockup Model (on Stage).
  • Building Digital Smile in Brasil- Communication Via Skype
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 - 15:30 Theoretical: Outsourced Smile Design.
  • Periodontal Management Protocol and gingival inflammation Control.
  • Surgical Guide.
  • Flapless Piezo Surgery Technique.
15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 16:45 Demonstration: Motivational Mockup Chairside Direct Placement.
  • Motivational Mockup Placement-Conclusion.
  • First Patient’s Photo and Video (Final).
16:45 - 17:30 Demonstration: Outsourced Smile Design.
  • Silicone Outsourced Mockup Index Demonstration.
  • Motivational Mockup Manufacturing.
  • Motivational Mockup with Bisacryl (Patient 2).
  • Second Patient’s Photo and Video (Final).
17:30 - 18:00 Clinical Cases Presentation & Course Conclusion.




Title : Introduction to healthcare planning and strategies Seminar

Date : 29 March 2018
Time : 10am to 3pm
Fee : 50 BD / 500 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker : Dr.Farry B Jeffrey

M.Med. Sci, Ph.D., FIBMS, SAC Dip, IOSH Cert. CPTQM.
Professor for United Arab Emirates University and Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, King's Center for Professional Development & Swiss Business School,UAE.


Abstract


The healthcare industry leaders experience huge challenges nowadays. These challenges are of differ nature. Some may be ‘complicated’ issues and some are of ‘complex’ nature. Both kinds need managerial and leadership expertise to solve but the nature of ‘complicated’ issues are more challenging as they consist of numerous different parts or details and thus difficult to understand for an untrained leader. This is despite the fact that healthcare is traditionally managed and led by experts of other disciplines of healthcare with almost no formal training in healthcare management or leadership. It is noteworthy, however, a clinical healthcare expert such as a physician, a qualified nurse a physiotherapist or a dietician can be trained to become a healthcare leader much easier than other experts in other disciplines. This is the main reason that many clinicians, nurses, occupational therapists or pharmacists seek professional development to be retrained as healthcare managers and leaders. This trend is on an exponential increase in the industrial countries and a new trend but a strong trend in developing countries. This is good new as we should know that ‘leaders are made and not born’. Thus, a healthcare professional can be easily retrained s a healthcare leader in a short time. A well-trained caregiver can easily grasp the idea of healthcare Planning and Strategies as work experience in healthcare environment and exposure to its own problems is an indirect training for understanding complicated issues of healthcare. These examples show that healthcare Planning and Strategies is an important and fast advancing science and without academic understanding of complicated issues of healthcare, one can not only rely on his experience and interpretation. These pressing issues with the growing demands to continually improve the services offered for a growing number of patients – often with inadequate resources- dictate learning new skills and expanding knowledge in healthcare Planning and Strategies. Up-to-date information is vital for an institution which deals with human lives.


Seminar Outcomes


  1. Provide effective leadership for all areas of health services organization.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of administrative principles and theory in public and private sectors
  3. Convey a broad overview of the healthcare field and health issues and explore the nature and causes of major healthcare
  4. Effective allocation of human, financial and information resources.
  5. Develop a strategic plan (3-5 years plan) for a healthcare organization. Developing this skill is major


Target Audience


  1. Healthcare Managers/Leaders Who Wish to Improve Their Performance by Understanding Academic Basis of Healthcare Administration via an Intensive Course.
  2. Healthcare Professionals Who Plan to Embark on Managerial/Leadership positions in the Future



Collaboration with:



Timetable


10:00 - 11:00 Lecture #1. Planning.
 - What is planning?
Planning as the process of making plans for any activity is discussed and its importance in healthcare will be highlighted.
11:00 - 12:00 Lecture #2. Planning Theories. Planning Theory as the body of scientific concepts, definitions, behavioral relationships, and assumptions that define the body of knowledge of planning will be discussed and necessary examples will be given.
12:00 - 13:00 Coffee Break
13:00 - 15:00 Lecture #3. Planning Style.
  • Top Down
  • Bottom Up
  • Blend
  • Informal Planning
  • Number-based
  • Scenario-based
  • Economic Added Value
  • Balance Scorecard (BSc)
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
13:00 - 15:00 Lecture #4. Planning Tools.
 - Gantt Chart
 - PERT Analysis
 - PERT Chart
Gantt Chart, PERT Analysis and PERT Chart will be discussed as planning tools.




Title : Introduction to healthcare planning and strategies Seminar

Date : 30 March 2018
Time : 1pm to 8pm
Fee : 50 BD / 500 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker : Dr.Farry B Jeffrey

M.Med. Sci, Ph.D., FIBMS, SAC Dip, IOSH Cert. CPTQM.
Professor for United Arab Emirates University and Vice Dean for Academic Affairs, King's Center for Professional Development & Swiss Business School,UAE.


Abstract


The healthcare industry leaders experience huge challenges nowadays. These challenges are of differ nature. Some may be ‘complicated’ issues and some are of ‘complex’ nature. Both kinds need managerial and leadership expertise to solve but the nature of ‘complicated’ issues are more challenging as they consist of numerous different parts or details and thus difficult to understand for an untrained leader. This is despite the fact that healthcare is traditionally managed and led by experts of other disciplines of healthcare with almost no formal training in healthcare management or leadership. It is noteworthy, however, a clinical healthcare expert such as a physician, a qualified nurse a physiotherapist or a dietician can be trained to become a healthcare leader much easier than other experts in other disciplines. This is the main reason that many clinicians, nurses, occupational therapists or pharmacists seek professional development to be retrained as healthcare managers and leaders. This trend is on an exponential increase in the industrial countries and a new trend but a strong trend in developing countries. This is good new as we should know that ‘leaders are made and not born’. Thus, a healthcare professional can be easily retrained s a healthcare leader in a short time. A well-trained caregiver can easily grasp the idea of healthcare Planning and Strategies as work experience in healthcare environment and exposure to its own problems is an indirect training for understanding complicated issues of healthcare. These examples show that healthcare Planning and Strategies is an important and fast advancing science and without academic understanding of complicated issues of healthcare, one can not only rely on his experience and interpretation. These pressing issues with the growing demands to continually improve the services offered for a growing number of patients – often with inadequate resources- dictate learning new skills and expanding knowledge in healthcare Planning and Strategies. Up-to-date information is vital for an institution which deals with human lives.


Seminar Outcomes


  1. Provide effective leadership for all areas of health services organization.
  2. Demonstrate knowledge of administrative principles and theory in public and private sectors
  3. Convey a broad overview of the healthcare field and health issues and explore the nature and causes of major healthcare
  4. Effective allocation of human, financial and information resources.
  5. Develop a strategic plan (3-5 years plan) for a healthcare organization. Developing this skill is major


Target Audience


  1. Healthcare Managers/Leaders Who Wish to Improve Their Performance by Understanding Academic Basis of Healthcare Administration via an Intensive Course.
  2. Healthcare Professionals Who Plan to Embark on Managerial/Leadership positions in the Future



Collaboration with:



13:00 - 15:00 Lecture #1. Strategy.
 - What is Strategy?
Definition of Strategy from different sources will be lectured in addition to the history of strategy as a new concept in business. Also, involvement of students will be encouraged to get involve in explaining their experience in healthcare strategy development.
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break & Exhibition Visit
15:30 - 17:30 Lecture #2. Schools of strategy. Ten schools of strategy developed by Mintzberg will be discussed.
17:30 - 18:00 Coffee Break & Exhibition visit
18:00 - 20:00 Lecture #3. Strategic Analysis.
  • PEST Analysis
  • SWOT Analysis
PEST and SWOT are closely related approaches to business analysis. PEST is an acronym that stands for political, economic, social and technological influences on a business. SWOT is a situational analysis tool for company leaders that involves assessing strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.




Title : Facial Aesthetic

Date : 29 March 2018 (Day 1) - 30 March 2018 (Day 2)
NHRA : 5 CME from NHRA for Dentists / 10 CME for Consultant Dentists (according to NHRA guideLine)
Fee : 600 BD / 6000 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker : Dr. Sam Assassa

MD, ASPS, President of The American Association of Aesthetic Medicine and Surgery, Beverly Hills, California.


Target Audiance :
  1. Maxillofacial Surgeon
  2. Plastic Surgeon
  3. Dentists (dentists will have education and knowledge to be audience only , general dentists not allow to practice on any patient , and there practice in that field is restricted for management of dental problems only. ( Accroding to NHRA Rules & Regulations )

Abstract


The two-day comprehensive course on facial aesthetics with certification for Botulinum Toxin, Dermal Fillers & Chemical Peels conducted by experienced physician instructors. This course is intended for practitioners with minimal to no previous experience performing aesthetic procedures that are looking to acquire the proper knowledge, skills and certification to inject. It is a comprehensive hands-on training course where each attendee gets a real patient to conduct a facial analysis, treatment plan and injectables. AAAMS offers the support, resources and consent forms to help you get started!


Collaboration with:




Award


  1. Certificate from The American Association of Aesthetic Medicine & Surgery. (AAAMS)
  2. AAAMS membership for 1 Year.


Note:

This course will provide participants with knowledge and updates in the dental facial aesthetic filed. It will not allow dentist to practice on patients. demo will perform on stimulated patient manikin.


Timetable Day 1


08:30 - 09:00 Registration & Breakfast
09:00 - 10:00 Introduction to Aesthetics Lectures
  • Facial Beautification
  • Ideal Facial Dimensions
  • Facenatomy
  • The Aging Process
  • The 4R's of Aesthetics: Applying the 4 Pillars of Facial Rejuvenation
10:00 - 12:00 Botulinum Toxin Lectures
  • History, action, indications and contraindications of Botulinum Toxin
  • Botoxnatomy of facial and neck muscles
  • Brands, formulation, preparation, safety, and storage
12:00 - 13:00 Lunch Break
13:00 - 14:00 Lectures
  • Patient selection experience and communication
  • Proper clinical assessment and marking
14:00 - 15:00
  • Patient selection experience and communication
  • Proper clinical assessment and marking
  • Injection techniques and patient preparation
  • Complications and how to manage them
  • Video demonstration, presentation and application
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 18:30 Botox Hands- On Training: (video, demo, & mannequin’s hands-on)
  • Practical hands-on topics: patient consultation, treatment plan, administration and technique
  • Acquiring the technical skill to perform the injections
  • Markings and Administration:
    • Upper Face, glabellar region, lateral canthus, and forehead (Forehead lines, frown lines, lateral and medial crow’s feet, lateral brow lift, forehead lift)
    • Mid-lower face (bunny lines, gummy smile, lips lines, lip definition, marionette line, chin dimpling, active platysma bands Lower face lift, Lower face contouring, TMJ and décolleté)

 

Timetable Day 2


12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 - 17:00 Dermal Fillers Lectures
  • The pathophysiology of the aging face and anatomy of the facial areas to be treated with dermal fillers
  • Brands: Identifying the differences and similarities of various dermal fillers
  • Indications and contraindications of fillers
  • Danger Zones
  • Complications: prevention and management
  • Patient selection experience and communication
  • Proper clinical assessment and marking for fillers
  • Injection techniques, nerve blocks and patient preparation.
17:00 - 17:30 Coffee Break
17:30 - 20:30 Dermal Fillers Hands- On Training: (video, demo & mannequin’s hands-on)
  • Listing safety issues and complications and assess indications and contraindications for treatment and proper treatment protocols
  • Acquiring the technical skill to perform the injections
  • Injecting dermal fillers for aesthetic enhancement of the face including correcting hallow eyes syndrome, sagging cheeks and receding chin
  • Injecting dermal fillers for aesthetic enhancement of the perioral: lips, as well as the rectification of smokers’ and marionette lines
20:30 - 21:30 FAQ’s, Conclusion and Certification Ceremony




Title : Suturing techniques and Trauma management

Date : 30 March 2018
Time : 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm
NHRA : 6 CME
Fee : 60 BD / 600 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speakers :Dr. AbdulMajeed Kavarodi,India / Dr. Yasin Alavi,India

Speakers


Dr. AbdulMajeed Kavarodi,India
  • MDS, FDS RCSEd,FFD RCSI,PGDipHM,FICRS.
  • Senior Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon-King Fahd Military Medical Complex,KSA.
  • Director,Novadent Multi specialty centre,Thalassery,India
Dr. Yasin Alavi,India
  • MDS, MOMS RCPS (Glasgow-UK).
  • Senior Registrar Maxillofacial Surgeon, KFMMC, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.


Objective


  1. Identify predisposing factors and conduct a comprehensive history for patients sustained traumatic dento-facial trauma
  2. Assessment of injured patients to rule out any associated systemic injuries
  3. Apply an established clinical and radiographic examination protocol of patients with traumatic injuries.
  4. Effectively treat traumatic injuries with mucosal or skin lacerations by haemostasis followed by repair of laceration by suturing.
  5. Attain technical skill in soft tissue closure, sutures and suturing techniques
  6. Effective management of trauma to the primary and permanent dentition.
  7. Familiarise with the basic management of bony injuries of the facial skeleton.
  8. Establish the long term follow up care and effectively consul the patient in preventive dento facial injuries.

Abstract


Basic dental trauma does not always pose a treatment dilemma to a general dentist. However, both in office based and hospital based practice the dentist may face a wide range of dentofacial trauma, which requires immediate initial assessment and basic emergency management. The aim of our lectures and hands on work shop is to give general dental practitioner a basic idea of the kind of scenarios that they may face in the ER and to train them in the Basic Assessment, Examination, Radiological evaluation, Diagnosis and Basic Management of Maxillofacial Trauma. Our workshop intends to give the candidates a first-hand experience in Suturing techniques of the Oro- Facial tissues and wiring of the Dentoalveolar component. A session of Hands on Facial fracture fixation is also being conducted to give the practitioner a feel of plate fixations in the jaws, there by kindling their interest in the speciality of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Our workshop will be conducted as follows:

Hands on Suturing: Veterinary model/ Skin simulator:( close texture to orofacial soft tissue)

  • Basic suturing
    • Simple interrupted
    • Fig of 8's
  • Mattress suturing
    • Vertical Mattress
    • Horizontal Mattress
  • Continuous suturing
    • Simple continuous
    • Continuous interlocking


Hands on Trauma Workshop: on Skull Models/ casts
  • Examinations of the facial structures and fracture identification
  • Basic wiring of the dentofacial component
    • Direct dental wiring
    • Direct wiring/tension banding of fracture segments to temporarily immobilize the fractures in the ER
  • Plate and screw fixation on the Maxillofacial Bones (skull models)


 

Timetable


13:00 - 14:00 Registration & Coffee Break
14:00 - 15:00 Lecture: Fundamentals of trauma management. Dr.Yasin Alavi
15:00 - 16:00 Lecture: Suturing for face and oral cavity. Dr.A. M. Kavarodi
16:00 - 16:30 Lecture: Wound healing and fracture healing. Dr.A. M. Kavarodi
16:30 - 17:00 Pray & Coffee Break
17:00 - 17:30 Hands-on: Suturing techniques on Chicken Model. Dr.A. M. Kavarodi
17:30 - 18:00 Hands-on: Dentoalveolar Trauma. Dr.Yasin Alavi
18:00 - 20:00 Hands-on: On fracture fixation. Dr.Kavarodi/Dr.Yasin




Title : Maxillary sinus floor elevation Hands-on course

Date : 29 March 2018 (Day 1)
Time : 9:30 am to 5:00 pm
NHRA : 7 CME
Fee : 190 BD / 1900 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker :Prof. Christian Makary,Lebanon

DDS, PhD
Director of Postgraduate Studies, Oral Surgery Department, Saint Joseph University, Beirut, Lebanon.


Abstract


Sinus floor elevation is a predictable procedure when placing implants in the atrophic posterior maxilla. Several techniques were described in order to access the maxillary antrum and safely elevate the sinus mucosa. Piezoelectric bone surgery is currently considered a state of the art tool when performing sinus floor elevations. Because of their accurate micrometric and selective action, piezoelectric inserts perform precise and safe bone cutting of the buccal sinus bone and prevent sinus mucosa perforations. During this course, we will review surgical anatomy and present radiographic assessment advantages in order to detect anatomic risk factors and rule out pathologic conditions that may jeopardize the final surgical outcome. Latest advances in both lateral and crestal sinus floor elevation surgical techniques will be presented and the importance of new advances and technologies, such as the use of piezosurgery, will be exposed. Management and prevention of complications will be lastly developed and long-term clinical and radiographic follow-up will be explained. At the end of the theoretical part, participants will have the opportunity to exercise their practical skills on animal models. The efficiency and evolution of piezosurgery inserts will be tested on eggs model. Lateral and crestal sinus floor elevation techniques using new, safe and efficient, piezoelectric inserts will be performed on lamb models.


Material Support by:



 

Timetable


09:00 - 09:30 Registration & Breakfast
09:30 - 10:30 Lecture: Anatomic considerations and Radiographic assessment Indications and limitations of sinus floor elevation.
10:30 - 11:30 Lecture: Lateral sinus floor elevation:
  • Surgical technique.
  • Choice of Biomaterials.
  • Prevention and management of complications.
  • Clinical and radiographic follow up.
11:30 - 12:30 Lecture: Crestal sinus floor elevation:
  • Indications and limitations
  • Surgical technique and new improvements
12:30 - 13:30 Pray & Lunch Break
13:30 - 14:30 Hands-on: Lamb heads using piezosurgery machines:
  • Assesment of piezosurgery inserts efficiency on eggs
14:30 - 17:00 Hands-on:
  • Lateral sinus floor elevation hands on (lamb model)
  • Crestal sinus floor elevation hands on (lamb model)




Title : Laminate Veneers Hands-on course

Date : 29 March 2018 (Day 1)
Time : 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
NHRA : 7 CME
Fee : 100 BD / 1000 SR
Location : M floor bahrain Conference centre-Crown Plaza Bahrain
Speaker :Professor Tarek Salah, Egypt.

Prosthodontist, Esthetics Consultant, CAD CAM consultant
Head of Prosthodontics Department AinShams University, Cairo, Egypt.
Director of the Center of Esthetic Dentistry and Digital Dentistry, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.


Abstract


The esthetic treatment of anterior teeth has always presented a challenge in clinical practice. Laminate veneers are a common conservative approach. Rapid innovations of dental ceramic materials, fabrication and adhesive techniques offer clinicians many options for creating highly esthetic yet functional ceramic veneers. Moreover, the concept of minimally invasive dentistry is rapidly growing nowadays, paving the way for ultra conservative laminate veneers. Such esthetic makeovers, however, must not be conducted without a proper sequence of planning, designing and implementation to achieve long term success.


Learning Objective


  • what are laminate veneers?
  • Scientific versus marketing concepts
  • Treatment planning & clinical considerations for proper case selection
  • Esthetic analysis and designing
  • Mock ups /Esthetic pre-evaluative temporaries.
  • Phonetics &anterior guidance significance.
  • Prep versus minimal prep veneers
  • Preparation, Retraction, impression & Provisionalization tips.
  • Latest ceramic materials and laboratory fabrication techniques
  • Shade selection and color reproduction
  • Try in & cementation protocols.

Demo & Hands-on


  • Live demo for mockup fabrication
  • Veneer preparation & cementation on typodont teeth.