Friday, 20th May 2016


timetitle, author(s)
Session I: 14.00-16.00
14.00-14.15The critical apical diameter to obtain regeneration of pulp tissue after tooth transplantation, replantation or regenerative endodontic treatment
Wim Laureys, Belgium
14.15-14.30Histological and imunnohistochemical pulpal tissue changes in replanted human premolars
Vaska Vandevska-Radunovic, Norway
14.30-14.40Clinical study on autotransplantation of teeth in patients aged over 60 years of age
Yuna Abe, Matsuzawa Yusuke, Tei Kanchu, Japan
14.40-14.50Clinical protocol for tooth transplantation
Deise Lima Cunha, Fausto Frizzera, Marco Antonio Masioli, Joao Batista Gagno Intra, Felipe de
Assis R Carvalho, Brasil
14.50-15.00Orthodontic space closure and autotransplantation of first premolar to replace the traumatic loss of two maxillary incisors
Winfried Harzer, Germany
15.00-15.10Injured maxillary central incisors during childhood – impact on management in adulthood
Jiří Krug, Czech Republic
15.10-15.25Aesthetic outcome of autotransplanted premolars replacing maxillary incisors: A retrospective study
Guy De Pauw, Stephane Tourné, Belgium
15.25-15.35Critical aspects of reshaping transplanted premolars to anterior maxilla
Magdalena Jaszczak-Małkowska, Poland
Coffee break
Session II: 16.00-17.30
16.00-16.10Gain in Alveolar Bone Volume after Transplantation of a Developing Premolar in Case of Oligodontia: A Case Report
Reet Pallase, Estonia
16.10-16.20Selection criteria and post-surgical management for successful premolar transplantation to replace missing molars in adults
Chooryung J. Chung, Korea
16.20-16.30A Review of Eight Autotransplanted Teeth with Complete Root Formation
Kazuhiro Ishii, Michiko Yoshizawa, Mayumi Yoshizawa, Akiyoshi Funato, Chika Ihyo, Miyuki Furusato, Takuya Hayashida, Nobuko Ishii, Japan
16.30-16.45Survival- and success rates of 100 consecutive autotransplanted incomplete developed premolars during a 3 years period at a single Norwegian university center
Herlofson BB, Johnsen PG, Kløv M, Tingberg M, Bjørnland T, Norway
16.45-17.00Premolar transplantation and late complications
Teitur Jónsson, Hafdís Jónsdóttir, Iceland
17.00-17.2015 years with autotransplants – past experience (happiness as well as some disillusions) and current view
Marek I, Starosta M, Novosad M, Czech Republic
17.20-17.30Autotransplantation and cryopreservation of immature teeth
Temmerman L, De Pauw G, Belgium
19.00–21.00Get Together

Saturday, 21st May 2016


timetitle, author(s)
08.30-09.001. Prognostic factors in clinical autotransplantation of teeth
(A review over 30 years with special reference to life-table analysis)
2. Cryopreservation of teeth for autotransplantation
(Clinical success 28 years after cryopreservation and transplantation)
Ole Schwartz, Denmark
09.00-09.45Autotransplantation of Teeth
Jens Andreasen, Denmark
09.45-10.30Transplantation of premolars to the anterior maxilla after severe traumatic injuries. Outcome with interdisciplinary orthodontics and esthetic dentistry
Björn Zachrisson, Norway
10.30-11.00Coffee break
11.00-11.45Emphasising the role of Orthodontics and the Versatility of Biological Auto transplantation
Nadine Houghton, Hani Nazzal, United Kingdom
11.45-12.30Tooth Transplantation at any age
Dick Barendregt, Manfred Leunisse, Marcel Linssen, Netherlands
12.30-13.30Lunch break
13.30-14.15Autotransplatation of teeth with complete root formation – from indication to prognosis
Michiko Yoshizawa, Japan
14.15-15.00Allograft bone augmentation of a traumatized or deficient alveolar ridge followed by tooth autotransplantation to replace missing teeth
Jim Janakievski, USA
15.00-15.30Coffee break
15.30-16.15Trans-alveolar transplantation of impacted teeth – indications and outcomes. Bone preservation and regeneration in relation to tooth transplantation
Pawel Plakwicz, Poland
16.15-17.00Transplantation of developing wisdom teeth – indications and outcomes
Ewa Czochrowska, Poland
17.00-17.30Summary of the workshop
20.00-24.00Farewell Party

Sunday, 22nd May 2016


POST CONGRESS COURSE (theoretical course)
09.00–13.00Principles and techniques for successful transplantation of developing teeth
Ewa Czochrowska, Paweł Plakwicz, Poland
10.30-11.00Coffee break

last update: 12.05.2016
the programme is subject to change