Keynote lectures

Saturday, 26 May 2018 9.00-18.00 Keynote lectures

timetitle, author(s)
Session Chairmen: Dick Barendregt, Ewa Czochrowska
Dick Barendregt, Manfred Leunisse, Marcel Linssen, Netherlands
9.05-9.40Biology of successful tooth transplantation – are there any risks?
Jens Andreasen, Denmark
9.40-10.10Long-term outcome of tooth transplantation
Ole Schwartz, Denmark
10.10-10.30 Updates on tooth cryopreservation
Wim Laureys, Belgium
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
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)
12.50-13.50 Lunch
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
15.30-16.00 Coffee break
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
17.00-17.15Transplantation 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)