Friday, 25 May 2018 12.00-17.30 Oral presentations
The scientific programme on this day dedicated to short scientific reports related to tooth transplantation and clinical examples of interesting applications of this treatment modality.
|SHORT ORAL PRESENTATIONS|
|I Scientific Session|
|Session Chairmen: Ewa Czochrowska, Marcel Linnsen|
|12.00-12.15||The Amsterdam protocol for premolar autotransplantations
The lecture will be presented by Marjolijn Gilijamse in memory of Jacques Baart
|12.15-12.30||Tooth autotransplantations in the anterior mandible and maxilla
Gilijamse M, Baart JA, de Cleen M, Swart TJ. Amsterdam, Netherlands
|12.30-12.45||Primary tooth auto-transplantation for instant rehabilitation of young children with traumatic loss or agenesis of permanent incisors
Tschammler C, Linsenmann R, Nolte D, Germany
|12.45-13.00||Is autotransplantation a reliable treatment option?
van Westerveld KJH, Verweij JP, Anssari Moin D, Mensink G, van Merkesteyn JPR, Netherlands
|13.00-13.15||A long-term evaluation of the success of 144 tooth autotransplants
Pinheiro TN, Roldi A, Intra TJA, Nunes FC, Intra JBG, Brasil
|13.15-13.30||The Patient Perspective and the Survival Rate of Tooth Transplantation
Juslin J, Jääsaari P, Teerijoki-Oksa T, Finland
|13.30-13.45||Complications and endodontic treatment after autotransplantation of premolars: a retrospective study
de Cleen MJH, Baart JA, Netherlands
|13.45-13.55||Orthodontic forces and their sequelae on autotransplanted teeth: A literature overview.
Jordan B, Nolte D, Müßig D, Germany/Austria
|13.55-14.05||Enhancement of Human Periodontal Ligament by Pre-application of Orthodontic Loading
Nakdilok K, Krisanaprakornkit S, Suzuki EY, Suzuki B, Thailand
|14.05-14.15||Altered expression of pluripotent markers in human periodontal ligament upon application of orthodontic preloading
Phutinart S, Suzuki B, Suzuki EY, Krisanaprakornkit S, Thailand
|14.15-14.25||Periodontal ligament preservation during orthodontic tooth movement in human
Promchaiwattana P, Suzuki B, Suzuki EY, Krisanaprakornkit S, Thailand
|II Scientific Session|
|Session Chairmen: Manfred Leunisse, Paweł Plakwicz|
|15.00-15.15||How can we minimize the risk of External Cervical Resorption during autotransplantation?
Mavridou AM, Eggink E, Linssen M, Barendregt D, P. Lambrechts P, Netherlands/Belgium
|15.15-15.25||A case of tooth autotransplantation for severe atrophic alveolar combined with orthodontic treatment, bone augmentation and vestibuloplasty
Matsuzawa Y, Abe Y, Japan
|15.25-15.35||Autotransplantation of a lower cuspid- case presentation
Daian M, Louropoulou A, Pantaleon M, Netherlands
|15.35-15.45||Exploring the limits of tooth autotransplantation
Streblov J, Czech Republic
|15.45-15.55||Case report of tooth transplantations in patients over 50 years old
Yoshino K, Tokyo, Japan
|15.55-16.05||Tooth transplantation: where are the limits?
Novosad M, Marek I, Breclav, Czech Republic
|16.05-16.20||Three-dimensional imaging and rapid prototyping in autotransplantation: innovation that excites!
van Merkesteyn JPR, Verweij JP, van Westerveld KJH, Anssari Moin D, Mensink G, Netherlands
|16.20-16.35||Three-dimensional imaging and rapid prototyping in autotransplantation: the (im)possibilities of a technique
Verweij JP, van Westerveld KJH, Anssari Moin D, Mensink G, van Merkesteyn JPR, Netherlands
|16.35-16.50||CBCT-based tooth autotransplantation – Part I: 3D planning, 3D printing and 3D analysis of treatment outcome.
EzEldeen M, Wyatt J, Stratis A, Jacobs R, Belgium
|16.50-17.00||CBCT-based tooth autotransplantation – Part II: Surgical technique, follow-up, short and long-term treatment outcome.
Wyatt J, EzEldeen M, Shahbazian M, Jacobs R, Belgium
|17.00-17.20||Affordable 3D planning for tooth transplantation in all stages of development
van der Meer J, Dick Barendregt D, Netherlands
Saturday, 26 May 2018 9.00-18.00 Keynote lectures
|Session Chairmen: Dick Barendregt, Ewa Czochrowska|
Dick Barendregt, Manfred Leunisse, Marcel Linssen, Netherlands
|9.05-9.40||Biology of successful tooth transplantation – are there any risks?
Jens Andreasen, Denmark
|9.40-10.10||Long-term outcome of tooth transplantation
Ole Schwartz, Denmark
|10.10-10.30||Updates on tooth cryopreservation
Wim Laureys, Belgium
|11.00-11.30||The link between tooth eruption and growth of the alveolar bone
Karin Becktor, Denmark
|11.30-12.00||Update on dental implants replacing missing maxillary incisors
Björn Zachrisson, Norway
|12.00-12.30||Transplantation and oral rehabilitation in complex cases
Arild Stenvik, Norway
|12.30-12.50||Discussion (1st part)|
|Session Chairmen: Jens Andreasen, Arild Stenvik|
|13.50-14.30||Trauma with loss of incisors, how to restore alveolar ridge, gingiva and tooth structure
Dick Barendregt, Manfred Leunisse, Marcel Linssen, Netherlands
|14.30-14.50||Leeds contribution to the scientific literature on tooth transplantation
Nadine Houghton, United Kingdom
|14.50-15.10||Long-term observations of transplanted premolars
Teitur Jonsson, Iceland
|15.10-15.30||State-of-the art on tooth transplantation
Guy De Pauw, Belgium
|16.00-16.20||Thinking out of the box using autotransplants
Erik Reukers, Netherlands
|16.20-16.40||Complications: diagnosis and treatment
Paweł Plakwicz, Poland
|16.40-17.00||Central incisor ankylosis in children - extraction, distraction or autotransplantation?
Ivo Marek, Czech Republic
|17.00-17.15||Transplantation of deciduous canines
Puria Parvini, Germany
|17.15-17.40||Improving the esthetics of transplanted teeth to the anterior maxilla
Ewa Czochrowska, Magdalena Jaszczak-Małkowska, Poland
|17.40-18.00||Discussion (2nd part)|
Sunday, 27 May 2018 9.00-13.00 Post-congress course (Rotterdam team)
Transplantation of teeth with open and closed apices
After the first transplantations of teeth in the 1950th the advantages of using natural teeth were established. However, the limitation was that the best results were obtained for teeth with a formation of the root between 2/3 to 3/4 of the final root length at the time of surgery. In the literature transplantation of fully developed teeth has been reported, but the success rate was lower than the transplantation of teeth with an open apex. Risk factors like peri-apical inflammation and ankylosis were often described.
Since 2005 autotransplantation of fully developed teeth is a routine procedure performed by the Rotterdam team. Success rates are comparable to transplanted teeth with an open apex with a follow up of 10 years. In this course both procedures will be discussed in detail. The team members will guide you through the indications, surgery, orthodontic phase a restorative phase using different clinical examples. At the end of this course participants should be able to understand indications for both options and they should recognise all the key aspects which matter to make tooth transplantation predictable.
Dr. Dick Barendregt
DDS, MSc, PhD, Netherlands
Dick Barendregt finished dental school in 1988 at the Rijksuniversiteit of Groningen. He worked as dentist in the Royal Dutch Navy en several private practices for a period of 5 years. In 1991 he started his Master of Science training in periodontology at the University of Amsterdam. After finishing his training in 1994 he worked as periodontist in 2 referral clinics restricted to periodontology. In 1996 he founded his own clinic in Rotterdam. In his clinic he works as a specialist in periodontology and implantology. The last 15 years the emphasis in patient treatment has been on the interdisciplinary planning (Proclin) together with endodontists, orthodontist, prosthetic dentist, dental technicians and oral surgeons. He is cofounder of the EndoRotterdam en PRORotterdam. Both clinics are closely related to the Clinic for Periodontology and are addresses for dentists to refer their patients to either endodontists or prosthetic/reconstructive specialists. From 1995 to 2001 Dick Barendregt was on the board of the Dutch Society of Periodontology (NVvP) as treasurer. In this period he was the representative for the Netherlands with the EFP. After that period he joint the board of the Rotterdam Dentist Society for 10 years. Since 2009 he is member of the board of National Board on Quality of Postgraduate Dental Education. Dick Barendregt works since 1994 with the Department of Periodontology at the University of Amsterdam and lectures in the Postgraduate Program in Periodontology. November 4th 2009 he received his PhD degree on his thesis “Probing around teeth”. He also lectures in both national and international meetings.
Dr. Edwin Eggink
In 1994 Edwin Eggink graduated in dentistry, to become an endodontist in 1997, both at ACTA Amsterdam. Until 2009 he combined his general practice with endodontic referrals. After that he founded EndoRotterdam, a clinic limited to referrals only which employs several endodontists. There is a close interdisciplinary relationship with the periodontal clinic (ParoRotterdam) and the restorative clinic (PRO-Rotterdam).
Dr. Manfred Leunisse
Manfred Leunisse finished his dental school in 1987 at the University of Amsterdam. For one and a half year head did research at the department of orthodontics at het Free University of Amsterdam. In 1989 he started his post-graduated training at the Academic Centre for Dentistry in Amsterdam where he finished his training in January 1993. In march 1993 he founded his own orthodontic practice in Rotterdam. Besides his practice he is giving postgraduate courses for dentists. Since 1997 the interest has shifted to patients treated in a interdisciplinary team (Proclin) together with Dick Barendregt and with prosthodontists, periodontologists, endodontologist and oral surgeons. He also lectures in both national and international meetings.
Dr. Marcel Linssen
Marcel Linssen got his doctoral degree in dentistry at Utrecht University in 1988 and finished his Dental examinations at the Catholic University of Nijmegen in 1989. From 1991 onwards he was one of the founding fathers of a large general dental clinic in Rotterdam. From 2012 onwards he is working at PRO-Rotterdam, a reference clinic for prosthodontics and restorative dentistry, and PROCLIN, a clinic for the interdisciplinary treatment of dento-alveolar trauma, amelogenesis imperfecta, oligodontia, treatment of wear in combination with orthodontics and autotransplants.