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Programme overview

25 th

annual

scientific

meeting

of the

european

association

for osseointegration

eao-congress.com

PARIS

from september 29 th

to october 1 st , 2016

Invited country

Japan

In collaboration with


PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

EAO BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President

Björn Klinge (Sweden)

President Elect

Alberto Sicilia (Spain)

Secretary General

Luca Cordaro (Italy)

Treasurer

Henning Schliephake (Germany)

Past President

Pascal Valentini (France)

Members

Gil Alcoforado (Portugal)

Reinhilde Jacobs (Belgium)

Ronald Jung (Switzerland)

Turker Ornekol (Turkey)

Bjarni Pjetursson (Iceland)

CONGRESS CHAIRMEN 2016

Chairman

David Nisand (France)

Co-chairman

Franck Renouard (France)

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Stefano Gracis (Italy)

Yataro Komiyama (Japan)

Jose Manuel Navarro (Spain)

Friedrich Neukam (Germany)

Isabella Rocchietta (UK)

Irena Sailer (Switzerland)

Henning Schliephake (Germany)

Goran Urde (Sweden)

ABSTRACT COMMITTEE

Chairs

Bjarni Pjetursson (Iceland)

Irena Sailer (Switzerland)

Ralf Kohal (Germany)

Members

Goran Benic (Switzerland)

Matteo Chiapasco (Italy)

Nikolaos Donos (UK)

Klaus Gotfredsen (Denmark)

Robert Haas (Austria)

Flemming Isidor (Denmark)

Matthias Kern (Germany)

Andrea Mombelli (Switzerland)

Timo Narhi (Finland)

Niklaus Lang (Switzerland)

Gerry Raghoebar (Netherlands)

Giovanni Salvi (Switzerland)

Henning Schliephake (Germany)

Lars Schropp (Denmark)

Massimo Simion (Italy)

Hendrik Terheyden (Germany)

Daniel Thoma (Switzerland)

Ann Wennerberg (Sweden)

Jorg Wiltfang (Germany)

FACULTY

Karl-Ludwig Ackermann (Germany)

Tomas Albrektsson (Sweden)

Antonello Appiani (Italy)

Zvi Artzi (Israel)

Wael Att (Germany)

Martin Brient (France)

Oliver Brix (Germany)

Rino Burkhardt (Switzerland)

Daniel Buser (Switzerland)

Marcelo Calamita (Brazil)

Matteo Chiapasco (Italy)

Sarah Chick-Richardson (UK)

Michael Cohen (USA)

Luca Cordaro (Italy)

Hugo De Bruyn (Belgium)

David De Franco (Italy)

Stefan Fickl (Germany)

Caroline Fouque (France)

Helena Francisco (Portugal)

Bertil Friberg (Sweden)

Laura Frost (UK)

Petra Gierthmühlen (Germany)

Stefano Gracis (Italy)

Reinhard Gruber (Austria)

Ueli Grunder (Switzerland)

Christoph Hämmerle (Switzerland)

Margareta Hultin (Sweden)

Markus Hürzeler (Germany)

Torsten Jemt (Sweden)

Ryo Jimbo (Sweden)

Thierry Joudet (France)

Ronald Jung (Switzerland)

Shohei Kasugai (Japan)

Fouad Khoury (Germany)

Björn Klinge (Sweden)

Ralf Kohal (Germany)

Yataro Komiyama (Japan)

Niklaus Lang (Switzerland)

Sonia Leziy (Canada)

Jaime Lozada (USA)

Carlo Maiorana (Italy)

Jacques Malet (France)

Tidu Mankoo (UK)

Brenda Mertens (France)

Konrad Meyenberg (Switzerland)

Brahm Miller (Canada)

Virginie Monnet-Corti (France)

Jose Manuel Navarro (Spain)

Friedrich Neukam (Germany)

Ailsa Nicol (UK)

Michael Norton (UK)

Nicolas Picard (France)

Bjarni Pjetursson (Iceland)

Andrea Ricci (Italy)

Giano Ricci (Italy)

Isabella Rocchietta (UK)

Mario Roccuzzo (Italy)

Irena Sailer (Switzerland)

Giovanni Salvi (Switzerland)

Mariano Sanz (Spain)

Keiichi Sasaki (Japan)

Hironobu Sato (Japan)

Marc Schätzle (Switzerland)

Henning Schliephake (Germany)

Lars Sennerby (Sweden)

Alberto Sicilia (Spain)

Nelson Silva (Brazil)

Massimo Simion (Italy)

Ward Smalley (USA)

Paul Stone (UK)

Joerg Strub (Germany)

Peter Thomsen (Sweden)

Maurizio Tonetti (Italy)

Jean-François Tulasne (France)

Goran Urde (Sweden)

Pascal Valentini (France)

Hannes Wachtel (Germany)

Georg Watzek (Austria)

Ann Wennerberg (Sweden)

Daniel Wismeijer (Netherlands)

Giovanni Zucchelli (Italy)

Otto Zuhr (Germany)

SATELLITE INDUSTRY

SYMPOSIA FACULTY

Tomas Albrektsson (Sweden)

Hadi Antoun (France)

Christèle Artz (France)

Philippe Bousquet (France)

Jean Pierre Brun (France)

Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)

Guillaume Fougerais (France)

German Gallucci (USA)

Peter Gehrke (Germany)

Arndt Happe (Germany)

Ronald Jung (Switzerland)

Ki-Tae Koo (South Korea)

Mischa Krebs (Germany)

Jan Lindhe (Sweden)

Armando Lopes (Portugal)

Jay Malmquist (USA)

Paulo Malo (Portugal)

Jorg Neugebauer (Germany)

Robert Nölken (Germany)

Marc Quirynen (Belgium)

Matthieu Renaud (France)

Mario Roccuzzo (Italy)

Frank Schwarz (Germany)

Daniel Thoma (Switzerland)

Bernard Touati (France)

Angelo Troedhan (Austria)

Bart Vandenberghe (Belgium)

Hannes Wachtel (Germany)

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Paris is always a good idea

Audrey Hepburn

WELCOME

TO PARIS

On behalf of the European Association for Osseointegration and the French Society of

Periodontology and Oral Implantology, we are delighted to announce details of the EAO’s

25th Annual Scientific Congress in Paris.

The scientific committee and the EAO board have prepared an exciting programme

focusing on many aspects of treatment planning and decision-making. As well as featuring

world-renowned speakers, the congress will include numerous interactive elements

involving the audience. We are also very pleased and honoured to welcome Japan as a

guest country during the congress.

The EAO Annual Congress provides a unique opportunity for researchers and clinicians to

present their scientific studies, both as posters and during the oral presentation sessions.

This year, we are pleased to announce the launch of a new session called “7 minutes to

convince”. This will feature speakers whose abstracts have been selected by the EAO’s

Junior Committee during the submission process.

The congress will take place in the heart of Paris near the Champs Elysées, enabling you,

your family and friends to enjoy many of the city’s attractions during your visit.

On behalf of the EAO, we very much hope you can join us in Paris. We look forward to

meeting you during the meeting and social events.

David Nisand

Chairman

of the Scientific Committee

Franck Renouard

Co-chairman

of the Scientific Committee

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

CONGRESS OVERVIEW

Thursday 29 th September

Friday 30 th

8.00

30

9.00

30

10.00

SATELLITE INDUSTRY

BREAKFAST

SYMPOSIA

SESSION 3

32,000 implants

down the road:

what did we

learn?

SESSION 4

Contest by the

Junior Committee: “7

minutes to convince”

ORAL

COMMUNICATION

30

11.00

30

12.00

Organised by

GEISTLICH

SATELLITE INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

Organised by

OSSTELL

Organised by

ACTEON

ARENA 2

Treatment planning session: a clinical

case with a “complex” problem or

involving extensive rehabilitation

30

13.00

ARENA 1

30

14.00

30

Decision making on the basis

of the level of disease:

conservation versus extraction

SESSION 5

Festival

of complications

SESSION 6

Bone biology:

where do we

stand?

SESSION 7

Tips and tricks

for a successful

implant practice

15.00

30 SESSION 1

Soft and hard tissue

16.00 grafting: prevention

and management

of complications

30

SESSION 2

A digital

revolution

ORAL

COMMUNICATION

SESSION 8

How to avoid

the carpenter’s

approach to

implants

SESSION 9

Emerging

technologies:

head to head

17.00

SATELLITE INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

30 SATELLITE INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

Organised by

Organised by

To be confirmed

DENTSPLY SIRONA

STRAUMANN

18.00 Organised by Organised by

IMPLANTS

NOBEL-BIOCARE ZIMMER-BIOMET

30

INVITED

COUNTRY

SESSION: JAPAN

Osseointegrated

implants: looking for

optimal long term

results

Organised by

DENTSPLY-SIRONA

19.00

Faculty and EAO Members’ Dinner

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Japanese and French translation

Simultaneous translation from English to

Japanese and French will be available during

some of the major scientific sessions

September

Saturday 1 st October

8.00

HANDS-ON

SESSIONS

-

Organised by:

• 3-SHAPE

• NOBEL-BIOCARE

• GEISTLICH

• ZIMMER-BIOMET

SATELLITE INDUSTRY

BREAKFAST

SYMPOSIA

SESSION 10

Things we

stopped in our

practice due

to failures

SESSION 11

Debate:

“Machined or

rough implants?”

SFPIO

PROGRAMME

Implantology needs

periodontology

ORAL

COMMUNICATION

HANDS-ON

SESSIONS

-

Organised by:

• ZIMMER-BIOMET

30

9.00

30

10.00

30

11.00

ARENA 3

Please give me back my smile!

Decision making in the aesthetic zone:

Challenge your speakers

30

12.00

EAO GENERAL ASSEMBLY

INDUSTRY LUNCH

SYMPOSIA

Organised by: GC-TECH

30

13.00

ORAL

COMMUNICATION

HANDS-ON

SESSIONS

-

Organised by:

• 3-SHAPE

• NOBEL-BIOCARE

• GEISTLICH

• ZIMMER-BIOMET

AWARDS CEREMONY

SESSION 12

Treatment planning session:

multiple cases with a “simple”

or “limited” problem

CLOSING CEREMONY

ORAL

COMMUNICATION

HANDS-ON

SESSIONS

-

Organised by:

• ZIMMER-BIOMET

ORAL

COMMUNICATION 16.00

30

14.00

30

15.00

30

30

17.00

30

ARENA

These plenary sessions will include a series

of interactive debates exploring key topics in

implantology.

SESSION

Hear presentations exploring topics in

implantology.

ORAL COMMUNICATION

Hear about exciting new research findings

selected from among the conference

abstracts as presenters compete for prizes.

INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

Learn more about key subjects in these

industry sponsored symposia featuring

research and innovation.

HANDS-ON SESSIONS

The “hands-on” sessions promote new

techniques and offer high-level practical

training under the guidance of renowned

experts. These courses are organised by

industry partners.

18.00

30

19.00

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

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CONGRESS

PROGRAMME

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

Invited country: Japan

Although the EAO was originally created as a forum for European professionals, the proportion

of members coming from non-European countries has greatly increased over the past few

years. We are delighted to now have so many members in Asia, the Middle East, Eastern

Europe and South/Central America. As a mark of recognition and appreciation, the association

has decided to honour one of these countries during its annual congress. The exchange of

knowledge and search for innovation is a true part of our mission to bridge the gap between

science and clinical practice.

This year, the Board of Directors has chosen to welcome Japan as a guest country during

the annual congress. With the highest number of members in Asia and a very active dental

community, Japan appeared the natural choice for a guest country on this occasion.

The Congress Committee has introduced a guest country parallel session. This provides

an opportunity for clinicians from the guest country to participate in a European event and

demonstrate their professional achievements and research to an international audience.

Delegates from Japan will be offered discounted registration fees, normally reserved for EAO

members, which means that they can register for 360 € instead of 600 € (early bird). In addition,

a “Japan Corner” will be located in the exhibition area, enabling Japanese associations to

showcase their activities. Cultural events will also be organised to encourage exchange and

networking between delegates from different countries.

Local collaboration: Société Française

de Parodontologie et d’Implantologie

Orale (SFPIO)

The EAO is proud to work in partnership with local associations or scientific societies on the

occasion of its annual congress. It will be a great honour for the association to collaborate

with the SFPIO for the 25th Annual Meeting in Paris.

The Société Française de Parodontologie et d’Implantologie Orale is an internationally renowned

scientific society which works to promote periodontology and implantology and provide training

in these fields. With over 1,100 members, it is one of the major French societies within the

field of dentistry.

SFPIO members will benefit from discounted registration fees, normally reserved for EAO

members, and can register for 360 € instead of 600 € (early bird).

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Thursday 29 th September

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

10.30 12.15 Satellite industry symposia see page 12

13.00 14.45

ARENA 1

Decision making on

the basis of the level of

disease: conservation

versus extraction

Chair: C. Hämmerle (Switzerland)

Co-Chair: M. Tonetti (Italy)

How far can we go to preserve periodontally involved teeth and when does it make

sense to preserve periodontally involved teeth with a questionable prognosis

Giano Ricci (Italy)

Decision making process between conservation and extraction for periodontally

compromised teeth with a questionable prognosis

Giovanni Salvi (Switzerland)

15.15 16.45

SESSION 1

Soft and hard tissue

grafting: prevention

and management of

complications

Chair: P. Valentini (France)

Co-Chair: C. Maiorana (Italy)

Prevention and management of soft

tissue defects around implants

Jacques Malet (France)

GBR in vertical and horizontal defects:

how to reduce complications

Jaime Lozada (USA)

How to reduce complications using

autogenous bone blocks

Matteo Chiapasco (Italy)

SESSION 2

A digital revolution

Chair: J.M. Navarro (Spain)

Co-Chair: P. Stone (United Kingdom)

Virtual smile design to drive the

restorative plan

Marcelo Calamita (Brazil)

CAD-CAM technologies and new

materials

Wael Att (Germany)

Optical impression and implant

reconstruction: where are we?

Nelson Silva (Brazil)

ORAL COMMUNICATION

The European Association for

Osseointegration (EAO) encourages

researchers and clinicians to present,

discuss, and exchange new research

results within the field of implant therapy

and related disciplines via submission

of scientific abstracts. During the oral

communication sessions, delegates can

hear short oral presentations from the

authors whose abstracts were rated

highest by the Abstract Committee.

17.00 18.45 Satellite industry symposia see page 12

Evening Faculty and EAO Members’ dinner see page 21

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

THU

FRI

SAT

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MORNING

MORNING

Friday 30 th September

MORNING

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

8.00 8.45 Satellite industry breakfast symposia see page 15

9.00 10.30

SESSION 3

32,000 implants down

the road: what did we

learn?

Chair: J.F. Tulasne (France)

Speakers: Bertil Friberg (Sweden) &

Torsten Jemt (Sweden)

One of the most experienced teams in

the world in the field of implant dentistry

will share its experiences with no limits.

SESSION 4

Contest by the Junior

Committee: “7 minutes

to convince”

Chair: S. Fickl (Germany)

Co-Chair: H. Francisco (Portugal)

Concept: An opportunity to present new

research which could change the world in

the field of implant dentistry.

Rules for submission: A one-minute video

presentation featuring anything in the

field of implant dentistry (no restrictions).

Submit online at www.eao-congress.com

Session: Will feature 7 ‘out of the box and

original’ presentations of 7 minutes each.

At the end of the session the audience

and the Junior Committee will vote for the

best presentation.

ORAL COMMUNICATION

The European Association for

Osseointegration (EAO) encourages

researchers and clinicians to present,

discuss, and exchange new research

results within the field of implant therapy

and related disciplines via submission

of scientific abstracts. During the oral

communication sessions, delegates can

hear short oral presentations from the

authors whose abstracts were rated

highest by the Abstract Committee.

11.00 12.30

ARENA 2

Treatment planning

session: a clinical

case with a “complex”

problem or involving

extensive rehabilitation

Chair: M. Cohen (USA)

Presenter: A. Ricci (Italy)

Coordinator: S. Gracis (Italy)

Team America:

Sonia Leziy (Canada)

Brahm Miller (Canada)

Ward Smalley (USA)

Team Europe:

Rino Burkhardt (Switzerland)

Joerg Strub (Germany)

Marc Schätzle (Switzerland)

Challenge your treatment planning abilities and see the experts at work as they discuss a

complex treatment plan.

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Friday 30 th September

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

13.30 15.00

SESSION 5

Festival of complications

Chair: I. Sailer (Switzerland)

Co-Chair: B. Pjetursson (Iceland)

Treatment planning away from

biological and technical complications

Ralf Kohal (Germany)

Removable implant reconstructions

and quality of life of the dentist

Hugo de Bruyn (Belgium)

How to solve or better how to avoid

technical complications.

Oliver Brix (Germany)

SESSION 6

Bone biology: where do

we stand?

Chair: F. Neukam (Germany)

Co-Chair: G. Watzek (Austria)

Cell biology and immune response

related to implant dentistry

Reinhard Gruber (Austria)

Bone to implant interface: where do

we stand and where do we go?

Peter Thomsen (Sweden)

What is osseointegration in 2016 and

why are we losing bone around dental

implants

Tomas Albrektsson (Sweden)

SESSION 7

Tips and tricks for a

successful implant

practice

Chair: B. Klinge (Sweden)

Co-Chair: A. Nicol (United Kingdom)

Where to be trained in oral

implantology (EAO Education

Programme)

Helena Francisco (Portugal)

How photos can improve your private

practice

Antonello Appiani (Italy)

Private practice management and

development

Sarah Chick-Richardson (United Kingdom)

ORAL COMMUNICATION

15.30 17.00

SESSION 8

How to avoid the

carpenter’s approach to

implants

Chair: G. Urde (Sweden)

Co-Chair: L. Sennerby (Sweden)

The influence of insertion torque and

primary stability on implant survival

in immediate temporisation of singletooth

implants.

Michael Norton (United Kingdom)

Evidence based implant carpentry.

What are we using, what are we doing?

Ryo Jimbo (Sweden)

Bone versus implants! Do we need to

grant the biomechanical to the biology?

The orthopaedist’s perspective.

Thierry Joudet (France)

SESSION 9

Emerging technologies:

head to head

Chair: A. Sicilia (Spain)

Co-Chair: L. Cordaro (Italy)

Hand guided surgery versus guided

surgery

Daniel Wismeijer (Netherlands)

Autogenous bone block versus

allogenic bone block

Zvi Artzi (Israel)

Connective tissue graft versus soft

tissue substitute around implants

Giovanni Zuchelli (Italy)

INVITED COUNTRY SESSION: JAPAN

Osseointegrated

implants: looking for

optimal long term results

Chair: H. Sato (Japan)

Co-Chair: Y. Komiyama (Japan)

New strategy for bone augmentation

Shohei Kasugai (Japan)

Consideration of dental implant

treatment based on biomechanics and

mechanobiology

Keiichi Sasaki (Japan)

ORAL COMMUNICATION

17.15 19.00 Satellite industry symposia see page 13

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

THU

FRI

SAT

MORNING

MORNING

MORNING

Saturday 1 st October

MORNING

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

8.00 8.45 Satellite industry breakfast symposia see page 15

9.00 10.30

SESSION 10

Things we stopped in

our practice due to

failures

Chair: H. Schliephake (Germany)

Co-Chair: R. Jung (Switzerland)

Immediate implant placement

Mariano Sanz (Spain)

Prosthodontic rehabilitation of

edentulous jaws

Karl-Ludwig Ackermann (Germany)

Immediate CAD/CAM restoration

Margareta Hultin (Sweden)

Cemented fixed restorations

Konrad Meyenberg (Switzerland)

SESSION 11

Debate: “Machined or

rough implants?”

Chair: A. Wennerberg (Sweden)

Co-chair: N. Lang (Switzerland)

Daniel Buser (Switzerland)

Massimo Simion (Italy)

This session will explore whether we

should attempt to reduce healing time

and speed up treatment times by using

implants with rough surfaces, and if so

how to balance this with any increased

risk of biological complications.

FRENCH SOCIETY OF PERIODONTOLOGY

AND ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY PROGRAMME

Implantology needs

periodontology

Chair: V. Monnet-Corti (France)

Co-Chair: B. Mertens (France)

Perio plastic surgery to prevent

biological complication in the aesthetic

zone

Caroline Fouque (France)

Bone management for optimal

aesthetic outcome

Nicolas Picard (France)

ORAL COMMUNICATION

11.00 12.30

ARENA 3

Please give me back my

smile! Decision making

in the aesthetic zone:

Challenge your speakers

Chair: I. Rocchietta (United Kingdom)

Co-Chair: M. Brient (France)

Team 1:

Markus Hurzeler (Germany)

Otto Zuhr (Germany)

Team 2:

Tidu Mankoo (United Kingdom)

Laura Frost (United Kingdom)

Do you go to conferences and always find there is a gap between your day-to-day practice

and what you see and hear on the podium? If so, don’t miss this chance to challenge two

teams of leading dentists about how they would approach your daily clinical decisions. The

session will enable you to find out how to implement innovative techniques for treatment in

the aesthetic zone. Make sure you don’t miss this interactive session!

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AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

12.30 13.30 Industry lunch symposia see page 15

13.30 13.45 Awards ceremony

13.45 15.15

SESSION 12

Treatment planning

session: multiple cases

with a “simple” or

“limited” problem

Chair: S. Gracis (Italy)

Co-Chair: U. Grunder (Switzerland)

Presenter of clinical case:

Christoph Hämmerle (Switzerland)

Periodontist:

Mario Roccuzzo (Italy)

Implant surgeon:

Hannes Wachtel (Germany)

Oral surgeon:

Fouad Khoury (Germany)

Prosthodontist:

Petra Gierthmühlen (Germany)

Orthodontist:

David de Franco (Italy)

ORAL COMMUNICATION

The European Association for

Osseointegration (EAO) encourages

researchers and clinicians to present,

discuss, and exchange new research

results within the field of implant therapy

and related disciplines via submission

of scientific abstracts. During the oral

communication sessions, delegates can

hear short oral presentations from the

authors whose abstracts were rated

highest by the Abstract Committee.

15.15 15.30 Closing ceremony

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

THU

FRI

SAT

MORNING

MORNING

MORNING

Thursday 29 th September

SATELLITE INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

10.30 12.15

New perspectives for GBR in

challenging situations

Frank Schwarz (Germany)

This lecture will present new perspectives

in the field of regenerative dentistry by

compound guided bone regeneration.

Advanced surgical procedures will be demonstrated

to reduce patient morbidity by the

targeted use of biomaterials.

The next level for hard and soft

tissue regeneration

Ronald E. Jung (Switzerland)

Is Guided Bone Regeneration a safe therapy

and what is known about long-term results?

New innovative clinical approaches will be

demonstrated to solve the problem of hardand

soft tissue volume stability. Are there

reliable off-the-shelf solutions that will bring

us to a next level?

17.00 18.45

Osseointegration of implants:

how to reduce treatment time and

better manage patients with risk

factors – using the ISQ scale to

make your treatment protocols more

predictable

Marcus Dagnelid (Sweden)

Jorg Neugebauer (Germany)

Jay Malmquist (USA)

Requests for shorter treatment times along

with a growing number of patients with risk

factors place greater demands on dentists

and available technology. These speakers

represent more than 30 years of combined

experience with Osstell and the ISQ scale in

daily practice and will discuss how to reduce

treatment time and manage patients with risk

factors, while reducing the risk of unnecessary

costs related to premature loading. During this

unique and interactive session, you will get

the opportunity to ask your questions to the

doctors’ and to get involved in the discussion.

The Piezotome-enabled flapless

vertical alveolar crest-split and

horizontal distraction

Angelo Troedhan (Austria)

The technique allows bone-lossless vertical

osteotomies of ridges of only 1mm width with

mean vertical bone-loss of max. 1mm after

healing.

Orthodontic bone stretching

for ankylosed teeth or implant

relocation

Philippe Bousquet (France)

Matthieu Renaud (France)

Christèle Artz (France)

The technique uses partial corticotomies,

associated with orthodontic forces. This procedure

leads to bone movement by the stretching

effect. Orthodontic device induces and directs

the movement until the good position.

Inspiration TALKS with DENTSPLY

Implants – Challenging implantsupported

single tooth restorations

Experienced clinicians will share insights and

trends in single tooth restorations. They cover

solutions for limited bone volume, including

sloped ridges, as well as state-of-the-art

digital technologies – all of these for achieving

best function and aesthetics for every single

patient. The presentations will be followed

by an expert debate on the topic of periimplantitis,

with a critical review of the current

differences in opinions and available scientific

data. Join us for an interactive symposium

with inspirational talks and lively discussions.

Speakers: Peter Gehrke (Germany);

Mischa Krebs (Germany); Robert Nölken

(Germany); Daniel Thoma (Switzerland)

Expert debate: Jan Lindhe (Sweden)

Tomas Albrektsson (Sweden)

Improved treatment protocols –

affordability and productivity

German Gallucci (USA)

Treatment solutions for the edentulous patient

Mario Roccuzzo (Italy)

How to select the right implant for the right

indication

Arndt Happe (Germany)

Key factors for success with implants in the

aesthetic zone

Note for partners: one satellite

industry symposia is available

on Thursday afternoon.

Please contact congress@

eao.org for more information.

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THU

FRI

SAT

MORNING

MORNING

MORNING

Friday 30 th September

SATELLITE INDUSTRY SYMPOSIA

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

AFTERNOON

17.15 19.00

Treatment enhancement and

refinement – evidence counts

Hadi Antoun (France)

Explore the development of a variety of

patient-centred protocols and the clinical and

scientific evidence supporting them. Drs. Bert

Vandenberghe and Bernard Touati will look at

the role of emerging technology, specifically

improvements to integrated workflows and

their clinical application in everyday routine.

The edentulous patient population is growing

and will continue to present opportunities that

will challenge even the most skilled clinicians.

With this in mind, Drs. Paulo Malo and Hannes

Wachtel will examine the continued evolution

of the All-on-4® treatment concept.

More information available soon at

www.eao-congress.com

Guided Surgery with Dentsply

Sirona workflow: From Good to

Great

Guillaume Fougerais (France)

Interested in achieving long lasting and highly

aesthetic results? Join us in the exciting

journey of chairside Integrated Implantology

with Dentsply Sirona.

You will see on stage how easy digital

planning can be and that fabricating a surgical

guide in your practice is possible in less than

40 min. You can go even further and create

individual abutments – all in one single visit.

Learn more about this exciting revolution with

Dr. Fougerais.

Satellite Industry Symposia

Each session is a real asset offered in addition to the

official programme.

The industry symposia sessions at the EAO Congress

are rich in research and innovation. Industry partners

place particular importance on developing solutions and

products in collaboration with leading researchers and

scientists working in the field of implant dentistry. On registration,

delegates can apply to participate in any of these

symposia. However, they are organised independently by

the sponsors, and places are not guaranteed.

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

Friday 30 th September

HANDS-ON SESSIONS

08.30 11.00 or

13.30 16.00

CHOOSE

YOUR

HANDS-ON

SESSION FOR

ONLY 90€

Morning: Compound GBR for horizontal augmentation in

demanding cases

Frank Schwarz (Germany)

This hands-on course presents the advanced technique of

compound guided bone regeneration to allow the augmentation

of atrophied alveolar ridges also in challenging situations.

Afternoon: Extraction Socket Management of infected

sockets: classification and treatment concepts

Ki-Tae Koo (South Korea)

This hands-on course is aimed to introduce a new treatment

classification system for extraction sockets based on the extent

of inflammation and bone defect and the respective treatment

of each type.

Morning and afternoon: Reducing Time to Tooth with

Guided Prosthetics

Don’t miss this hands-on workshop and presentation of the digital

implant treatment process and guided prosthetics. From intraoral

scanning, implant planning and drill guide design to designing

and manufacturing final restorations (crown and abutment), you

will experience first-hand the game-changing benefits of digital

implantology

Morning and afternoon: “The All-on-4® treatment concept

– how to prepare for an immediate temporary bridge”

Armando Lopes (Portugal)

Tilting implants to maximise available bone offers many advantages.

But how should you plan the provisional and final bridges

for the best possible outcomes? How valuable is the protocol for

immediate provisionalisation? Using a model, learn the steps for

placing implants and converting a denture into a provisional bridge.

Note for partners: Hands-on sessions are still

available on Friday and Saturday. Please contact

congress@eao.org for more information.

Hands-on sessions

The aim of the “hands-on” sessions is to

promote new techniques and offer highlevel

practical training under the guidance

of renowned experts. These courses are

organised by industry partners and each

sponsor will run its session twice during the

day. Delegates can register for the morning

or afternoon session. Choose your handson

session for only 90€ (Including 20% VAT

as of March 2016).

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Saturday 1st October

INDUSTRY LUNCH SYMPOSIA

12.30 13.30

GC Tech.Europe GmbH

L-PRF: the future for optimal bone & soft-tissue healing

Marc Quirynen (Belgium)

L-PRF, a second generation platelet concentrate offer “significant”

and “clinically relevant” advantages in case of: sinus

augmentation, ridge preservation, initial Osseointegration,

soft tissue grafting, etc.… This presentation will show the

data of several RCTs.

How to reconcile function, aesthetic, simplicity and

patient satisfaction

Jean Pierre Brun (France)

The contribution of the better implant ranges adapted to

existing tissue evolutions, allow get to a more secure approach

in complicated surgeries.

Industry Lunch and

Breakfast Symposia

The Industry Lunch and Breakfast

Symposia provide an opportunity

to attend an industry symposium

while enjoying lunch or breakfast

in the room at the same time.

Industry symposia are free of

charge.

Note for partners: Industry breakfast symposia

are still available on Friday and Saturday

morning. Please contact congress@eao.org for

more information.

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

GENERAL INFORMATION

Date

From Thursday 29th September to

Saturday 1st October 2016.

Venue

The 2016 EAO Congress will be held at:

Le Palais des congrès de Paris

2 place de la Porte Maillot

75017 Paris

Easily reachable by public transport via

metro station line 1 “Porte Maillot”. (Metro

line 1 is the main and central line in Paris).

Official language

The official language of the EAO Congress

is English. Translation into Japanese and

French will be available in the major

sessions.

AIR France & KLM Global

Meetings

Attractive discounts are available on

a wide range of fares on all Air France

and KLM flights worldwide. For more

details visit : http://www.airfranceklmglobalmeetings.com/?eid=27857AF.

Use

Event ID Code 27857AF when booking.

Transport to Paris

To get to Paris you can choose Charles de

Gaulle airport (CDG – north of Paris) or Orly

airport (ORY – south of Paris).

From CDG Airport to Paris

We recommend taking a taxi. The cost is

around 60 €, depending on traffic. Not all

taxis accept payment by banker’s card.

The Air France shuttle departs from CDG

airport and connects with Porte Maillot

station. The journey takes approximately

40 minutes. For more information, visit

www.lescarsairfrance.com

From ORLY Airport to Paris

We recommend taking a taxi. The cost is

around 40 €, depending on traffic. Not all

taxis accept payment by banker’s card.

The Air France shuttle departs from ORY

airport and connects with Etoile/Champs-

Elysées station (two metro stops from Porte

Maillot). The journey takes approximately

an hour. For more information, visit www.

lescarsairfrance.com

Visa

Depending on your nationality, it may

be necessary to obtain a visa before

leaving. In this case, you can find all the

information you need on the website of

the French Ministry for Foreign Affairs

www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/

Contacts

EAO Office

Delphine Vieljeux

Congress Manager

congress@eao.org

Hotel reservation

Accommodation Bureau appointed by EAO

Justine Colaux

j.colaux@caccommodation.com

Congress registration

Colloquium: Registration Secretariat

appointed by EAO

Samya Boufar

s.boufar@clq-group.com

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REGISTRATION

Registration is available through the EAO congress website:

www.eao-congress.com

Payment

Payment must accompany your registration.

Registrations received without payment will not

be processed or confirmed. Your credit card

transaction will be processed through Colloquium

Paris (EAO Registration Secretariat). Please note

that your credit card statement will show a payment

to “16EAO – CLQ”.

Confirmation

Receipt of your registration and credit card

payment will be acknowledged by email. If you

do not receive a confirmation, please contact:

s.boufar@clq-group.com

VAT

All prices (registration fees, hands-on, Faculty and

Members’ dinner) include French VAT at 20% as

of March 2016.

Invoice

An electronic invoice will be emailed to you. The

invoice will be issued within a week of registration

and cannot be changed, so please make sure

you have provided Colloquium with the correct

information (company name, address and VAT

number if applicable). In case of any enquiries,

please contact: s.boufar@clq-group.com

Cancellation policy

All registration cancellations must be made in

writing (by email) to s.boufar@clq-group.com.

Up to and including June 30th. You will receive a

reimbursement of 50% of the fees paid. If you have

not paid prior to cancelling, 50% of the registration

fee will still remain due.

From July 1st. No refund. If you have not made

payment before that date, the total registration fee

will still remain due to the congress office.

All refunds will be issued after the congress.

Queries will not be accepted after October 28th

2016.

Name change

Registered participants who are unable to attend

the congress cannot nominate a substitute

participant. Name changes are not permitted.

EAO members,

SFPIO members and

Invited country (Japan)

Until June 20th

From June 21st

From Sept

28th, on site

360 € 490 € 600 €

EAO student members 90 € 190 € 290 €

Non-members 600 € 700 € 800 €

Groups 590 € – –

Registration fees are based on the date of receipt of the registration. The prices indicated are per

person and are only applicable if both the registration form and the payment are received before

the deadlines above; otherwise the higher registration fee will be applied. Onsite registration desks

will open on September 28th, from 16:00 to 19:00.

The conference registration fee includes:

• admission to the congress sessions, poster areas and exhibition

• congress documents (final programme, digital abstract book)

• lunches and coffee breaks

EAO member registration

The member congress registration fee is reserved for EAO members. Please

log in to your online member area to register for the congress or become an

EAO member/student member and save on your registration fee!

• regular membership: 225€ (+50€ joining fee in the first year)

Further info at www.eao.org

Student registration

The student congress registration fee is reserved for EAO student members.

Please log in to your online member area to register for the congress or

become an EAO member/student member and save on your registration fee!

• student membership: 50€

SFPIO member registration

Please note that your SFPIO membership for 2016 should be up to date

before you register at the preferential rate. SFPIO members should go to

www.eao-congress.com to register for the congress.

Group registration (special rates)

• minimum: 10 participants

• deadline for group registration July 22nd

• payment upon receipt of invoice (final deadline for payment: September 1st)

• online registration via www.eao-congress.com

Hands-on Courses registration

Delegates can register for the morning or afternoon session for only 90€

Faculty and Members’ dinner registration

Places at the dinner are available to EAO members and an accompanying

guest for 75€ per person. They will be allocated on a first-come, first-served

basis.

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

ACCOMMODATION

1

SLEEP JUST A STEP FROM THE

PALAIS DES CONGRÈS

Hyatt Regency FROM 300€

Méridien Étoile FROM 300€

2

A FEW MINUTES WALK FROM THE

PALAIS DES CONGRÈS

Fertel Etoile FROM 180€

Résidence Impériale FROM 200€

Paris Neuilly FROM 245€

MAKE YOUR STAY IN PARIS

DURING THE EAO CONGRESS AN

UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE!

Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with its historical and cultural

heritage. We have selected more than 40 hotels to allow you to visit Paris at your

ease and according to your budget.

To give you an idea, please find on the left a selection of hotels and areas.

3

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL AVENUE IN

THE WORLD!

BW Champs Elysées FROM 180€

Tivoli Hotel FROM 220€

Mercure Arc de Triomphe FROM 265€

More choices on:

www.eao-congress.com

4

AUTHENTIC CHARM IN

MONTMARTRE

Ibis Montmartre FROM 180€

Mercure Montmartre FROM 280€

MONTMARTRE

4

CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT

5

IN THE HEART OF PARIS

Timhotel Louvre FROM 250€

Mercure Opéra FROM 280€

LA DÉFENSE

7

PALAIS DES CONGRÈS

1

2

ARC DE TRIOMPHE

3

5

GARE DU NORD

GARE DE L’EST

6

FOLLOW THE STEPS OF COCTEAU

AND MODIGLIANI

Ibis Montparnasse FROM 180€

Pullman Montparnasse FROM 280€

7

ENJOY A BRAND NEW HOTEL IN

THE BUSINESS DISTRICT

Mélia La Défense FROM 250€

EIFFEL TOWER

6

GARE MONTPARNASSE

LOUVRE

NOTRE DAME

GARE DE LYON

GARE D’AUSTERLITZ

More choices: www.eao-congress.com

(Prices per room per night)

ORLY AIRPORT

1 KM

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Platelet Rich Fibrin

OUR SPONSORS

THE EAO WISHES TO EXTEND ITS SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING

SPONSORS FOR THEIR SUPPORT:

DIAMOND

OFFICIAL

PUBLISHER

PUBLISHING

PARTNER

PLATINUM

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

GC Tech.Europe GmbH

since

1888

META

Sponsors list as of March 15 th 2016

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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

DISCOVER PARIS

PALAIS DES CONGRÈS

CHARLES DE GAULLE AIRPORT

STADE DE FRANCE

5

17

18

3

16

GARE DU NORD

GARE DE L’EST

2

8

15

13

7

6

9

1

4

11

12

GARE DE LYON

10

14

PARC DES PRINCES

GARE MONTPARNASSE

GARE D’AUSTERLITZ

LEGEND

1. Eiffel Tower

2. Champs Elysées

3. Arc de Triomphe

4. Notre Dame

5. Montmartre

6. Louvre

7. Musée d’Orsay

8. Place de la Concorde

9. Centre Pompidou

10. Montparnasse Tower

11. Bastille

12. Nation

13. Père Lachaise

14. Pantheon

15. Opéra Garnier

16. Galeries Lafayette

17. La Villette

18. La Défense

ORLY AIRPORT

1 3 4

5 6 15

1 KM

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SHOPPING

Paris, “Capital of Shopping”, is home to

couturiers and concept stores that create

the trends of the future.

There is a shopping centre in the Palais

des congrès where you will be able to enjoy

food, beverage and general shopping.

FACULTY AND EAO

MEMBERS’ DINNER

Luxury fashion areas:

Avenue Montaigne, Rue saint Honoré and

Place Vendôme.

Designer fashion areas:

Place des Victoires, le Marais.

Ready to wear areas:

Champs Elysées, Rue de Rivoli and Galeries

Lafayette.

GASTRONOMY

Paris “Capital of Gastronomy” invites travellers

from all over the world to have a feast!

The art of French cooking owes its success

to the mastery of classic basics updated by

today’s chefs. You will be able to enjoy the famous

Parisian bistros, cafés and brasseries,

and also the most prestigious restaurants for

French food. Bring back a souvenir from “La

Grande Epicerie de Paris” at Le Bon marché.

CULTURE

Paris “Capital of Culture”, with its incomparable

heritage and profusion of sites and

monuments, is a dream destination for visitors

in search of historic splendour. Thanks

to its unique blend of iconic sights, innovative

architecture and unusual places, the

French capital promises a cultural journey

like no other through 1,803 monuments, 173

museums and a host of other exceptional

sites. Paris has the biggest museum in the

world: Le Louvre. Other must-see locations

include the musée d’Orsay with its 19th

century Impressionist art and the musée

Rodin with its famous sculptures.

Thursday September 29th 2016,

Le Grand Hotel

Don’t miss the opportunity to join congress speakers and the EAO Board of Directors

at the 2016 Faculty and Members’ Dinner.

The dinner will take place at the magnificently restored Le Grand Hotel. The hotel

opened its doors 150 years ago, during the reign of Napoleon III, and was inaugurated

by the Empress Eugénie, in person, in 1862. It is located across the street

from the Opéra Garnier, and close to the wonderful Place Vendôme.

With its legendary Salon Opera, a listed historical monument, the ballroom is an

invitation to experience what is unique in past and present-day Paris.

This is your chance to experience the elegance of Paris in the company of friends

and faculty from the EAO Congress.

Note: Places at the dinner are available to EAO members and an accompanying

guest for 75€ per person. They will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

ROMANTIC PARIS

Paris is THE romantic city par excellence!

With its little streets, secret passages and

squares full of charm, it is the ideal setting

for a romantic getaway. Lovers can stroll

hand in hand admiring the capital’s magnificent

monuments. Why not enjoy a dinner

on the most romantic “Avenue” in Paris on

the river Seine.

For more information visit www.paris.fr


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PROGRAMME OVERVIEW

ABOUT THE EAO

HISTORY

The European Association for Osseointegration

(EAO) is a non-profit organisation

which was founded in 1991. It was

formed as an international, interdisciplinary

and independent science based

forum for all professionals interested in

the art and science of osseointegration.

As one of the leading associations within

the field in implant dentistry in the world,

the EAO aims to improve the quality of

patient care by bridging the gap between

science and clinical practice.

MISSION

• promote and facilitate clinical

applications of osseointegration for

the benefit of patients all over the

world

• promote the advancement of

treatment methods in reconstructive

surgery and prosthetic rehabilitation

based on the principles of

osseointegration and related

disciplines

• promote and initiate research into

improved clinical procedures for

rehabilitation as a consequence of

osseointegration

• promote international exchange of

knowledge and understanding of

the techniques and research in the

field of osseointegration and related

disciplines

• promote the publication of research

findings and other materials as

part of continuing education for the

benefit of members and interested

organisations

MASTER CLINICIAN COURSES

The Master Clinician Course series was launched in 2015, and since

then participants have been hosted in Paris and Zurich by a number of

internationally renowned master clinicians (Professor Khoury; Professor

Hämmerle and his team; and Dr Valentini and Professor Chiapasco).

Two courses are held every year, one which focuses on surgery in

March and another one which deals with prosthodontics in December.

Full details are available at: www.eao.org/master-clinician-courses.

Master Clinician Course

Implant prosthodontics

– new concepts, new

materials, new technology

Professor Irena Sailer and team

Geneva, Switzerland , December 9–10 2016

Book early to avoid disappointment

STUDENTS

The EAO is glad to welcome students registered in full time education to join the association

at a greatly discounted rate of 50 EUR/year. This special membership gives students the

possibility to access all EAO members’ privileges including online access to COIR and

complimentary copies of Inspyred, the EAO members’ magazine. EAO student members

can register for the annual congress at a preferential rate of 90 EUR.

Students who choose to join the EAO will be given a chance to extend their professional

network and meet colleagues from all over the world to share their experience and ideas.

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BOARD OF

DIRECTORS

President

Björn Klinge (Sweden)

President Elect

Alberto Sicilia (Spain)

Secretary General

Luca Cordaro (Italy)

Treasurer

Henning Schliephake (Germany)

Past President

Pascal Valentini (France)

Members

Gil Alcoforado (Portugal)

Reinhilde Jacobs (Belgium)

Ronald Jung (Switzerland)

Turker Ornekol (Turkey)

Bjarni Pjetursson (Iceland)

EDUCATION PROGRAMME

The EAO has a long-standing commitment to dental education. In 2010, the association

launched its Certificate in Implant-Based Therapy. This was established to recognise the

skills and expertise of dentists practising in this field. It is the first and only Europe wide

standardised assessment of knowledge in implant-based therapy.

The EAO’s Postgraduate Diploma in

Implant Dentistry complements the EAO

Certification Programme and provides an

additional service to EAO members and

the wider dental community.

Launched in 2016, the programme is made

up of six modules to be completed over

a three-year period. Each of the modules

includes a three-day live learning course

at one of Europe’s most prestigious universities

(Malmö, Groningen, Düsseldorf,

Zurich, Madrid, Lisbon).

Applications for the 2016 intake of candidates for the Postgraduate Diploma in Implant

Dentistry are currently being accepted and there is now a waiting list for places. For more

information please visit: www.eao.org/education-programme

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