1st Edition 2012
4 Blu-ray-discs in box; NTSC/PAL; Laufzeit/Run time: 311 min
Language: German, English
Categories: Implantology, Prosthodontics, Dental Technology
Stock No.: 6396
This four-volume Blu-ray compendium follows four separate dental restoration teams as they work together to treatment plan and fabricate functional and esthetic implant-supported restorations.
Volume 1 | Case 1:
3D planning and template-guided implant insertion in the edentulous jaw
(Axel Kirsch, Karl-Ludwig Ackermann, Gerhard Neuendorff)
Volume 1 | Case 2:
3D planning and template-guided implant insertion in the partially edentulous jaw
(Axel Kirsch, Karl-Ludwig Ackermann, Gerhard Neuendorff)
Immediate placement and all-ceramic restoration in the anterior maxilla – a customized interdisciplinary treatment approach
(Arndt Happe, Andreas Nolte)
Implant-supported removable restorations in the edentulous jaw
(Stefan Wolfart, Volker Weber)
Innovative CAD/CAM treatment approaches for implant-supported fixed restorations
(Florian Beuer, Michael Stimmelmayr, Josef Schweiger)
Dr. Axel Kirsch has been active in research and clinical practice in oral implantology and peri-implant prosthodontics for more than 35 years. The IMZ implant system was in part based on his contributions. Since 1995 Kirsch and his team have developed, tested, and established the CAMLOG® implant system. His current clinical activities focus on hard- and soft-tissue management and safe implant/prosthodontic treatment concepts, while his scientific attention is directed to basic research in oral implantology. Ever since he began practicing in his own office in 1974, Kirsch has held presentations, taught practical courses, and published numerous clinical and scientific articles. Kirsch visited numerous universities as a guest professor.
Gerhard Neuendorff, MDT passed the examination for Certified Dental Technician in 1978 and obtained degree of Master Dental Technician in 1985. Gerhard Neuendorff has headed the Dr. Kirsch Dentaltechnik laboratory in Filderstadt since 1979. His main areas of interest include laboratory research and development around the IMZ implant system and the CAMLOG® implant system. His contributions have been published internationally, and he has earned an international reputation as a lecturer.
Dr. Arndt Happe graduated from dental school in 1994, having studied at Westfälische Wilhelms University, Münster. Following post-graduate studies with Professor Fouad Khoury and successful specialization in oral surgery, he obtained his doctoral degree in 1996. At that time he had already been active as a speaker and co-author of national and international publications in the field of oral implantology. Since 1999, Dr. Happe has worked as an oral surgeon in private practice in Münster, with a professional focus on both oral implantology (since 2000) and periodontology (since 2004). He taught in various postgraduate programs offered by the German Association of Oral Implantology (DGI), the European Association of Dental Implantologists (BDIZ EDI), the German Association of Esthetic Dentistry (DGÄZ) and the German Society for Periodontology (DGP), as well as in the “Periodontology and Implant Therapy” master program of the DGP in cooperation with Dresden International University. In addition, Dr. Happe is an external research assistant at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Plastic Surgery, Oral Surgery and Implantology at the University of Cologne (Director: Professor Joachim E. Zöller). He is an affiliate of the prestigious European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED).
Andreas Nolte graduated as a Certified Dental Technician in Lübbecke in 1989 and worked at several dental laboratories through 1993. The following eight years he worked in an in-office laboratory. Following various stints in different areas of Germany and abroad in 2001 and 2002, he founded his own company Enamelum et Dentinum in Münster, where he has been running his own laboratory and training center since 2004. Nolte has authored several articles in dental and dental technology journals and has been a presenter on the international stage since 2000. He is a member of the editorial boards of Quintessenz Zahntechnik and Dental Dialogue and has been a member of “Group 65” for several years.
Professor Dr. Stefan Wolfart studied dentistry at Philipps University, Marburg between 1990 and 1995 subsequently receiving his doctorate in that field in 1998. Following a one-year professional activity in a dental practice he worked as research assistant at the Department of Prosthodontics, Propaedeutics and Dental Materials of the Kiel campus of the University Hospital, Schleswig-Holstein. In 2001 he was asigned as assistant medical director and became a specialist in Prosthodontics. He received his habilitation in 2006. Since October 2008, Wolfart has been professor and director of the Department of Prosthodontics and Materials Science at Aachen University Hospital. The focus of his activities is on oral implantology, dental esthetics, the clinical performance of new all-ceramic materials and the concomitant quality-of-life improvements.
Volker Weber, MDT graduated as Certified Dental Technician in 1987. From 1988 to 2009, he worked closely with the Department of Prosthodontics of RWTH Aachen University (Director: Professor Hubertus Spiekermann), especially in the field of oral implantology with special emphasis on the use of different implant systems. This cooperation intensified when he joined the Impladent dental laboratory at Aachen in 1992. In 1994 he passed the examination for Master Dental Technician in Cologne. Since 2005 he has been a consultant on implant-supported restorations for various institutions and has published articles on implant-supported superstructures. Since 2009 he has been continuing his cooperation with the Department of Prosthodontics, Oral Implantology and Biomaterials of RWTH Aachen University (Director: Professor Stefan Wolfart).
Michael Stimmelmayr became a research assistant at Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich upon graduation in dentistry from the University of Regensburg. He obtained his doctoral degree in 1992 and his specialization as oral surgeon in 1997, serving as assistant medical director at the Chair for Prosthodontics. In 2000 he opened his own practice in Cham, with a professional focus on oral implantology and specialization in periodontology.
Josef Schweiger received vocational training as a dental technician after graduating from high school. Having worked in several dental laboratories, he has been a laboratory manager at the Department of Prosthodontics of Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich since 1999. He has been responsible for the laboratory branches of several studies on all-ceramic systems and has published numerous articles on CAD/CAM and high-performance ceramics for dental use. He is a member of the board of the German Association for Computer-Assisted Dentistry (DGCZ).