Modern Concepts in Restorative Dentistry: How to Combine Tradition and Innovation

Pesaro: Feb. 28–March 3, 2018
a total of 4 days on location + online learning

Learn from the very best:


Mauro Fradeani

In 1979, Dr. Fradeani graduated in medicine and surgery from the University of Ancona (now the Università Politecnica delle Marche),…


Leonardo Bacherini

Dr. Bacherini received his dental technology certificate in 1988 from the Istituto Tecnico Leonardo da Vinci in Florence. After graduating…


Roberto Turrini

Dr. Turrini graduated in dentistry from the University of Florence in 2004. Since 2005, he has been working as a…

Pesaro Session

New prosthetic approach: Welcome to the future!

Pesaro: Feb. 28–March 3, 2018

Sites in Pesaro (Gioacchino Rossini’s birthplace) are the Civic Museums (includes the Ceramics Museum and the Pinacoteca, or painting gallery), the Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta and Rocca Costanza castle.

Urbino (36 km from Pesaro) is one of the most important tourist art destinations, notable for a remarkable historical legacy of Renaissance culture.

Gradara and its fortress (15 km from Pesaro), Candelara and its castle (8 km from Pesaro), and Novilara and its necropolis (9 km from Pesaro) are other historical sites that deserve a visit.

A list of restaurants will be sent separately.


Mauro Fradeani


Leonardo Bacherini


Roberto Turrini

Learning objectives:

  • Learn how to perform an ideal esthetic and functional treatment plan with a digital approach
  • Learn the different tooth preparation techniques for crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays
  • Understand how to take accurate impressions and integrate the provisional restoration
  • Learn innovative operative protocols with minimally invasive prosthetic procedures.

Systematic esthetic and functional data collection enables the clinician to formulate a correct diagnosis of the patient’s presentation and to establish the most appropriate treatment plan for an ideal esthetic and functional integration of the prosthetic restoration. Today, the goal is to switch from a traditional to a digital approach with the support of specific applications for treatment planning.

Tooth preparation is undoubtedly one of the most critical phases of the prosthetic procedure. However, by scrupulously following all the prosthetic steps and by analyzing all of the data previously collected, any clinician will be in the position to perform minimally invasive tooth preparations. Fabricating the provisional restoration with a minimally invasive technique, aside from ensuring a correct fit in the oral cavity, will give the clinician the opportunity to evaluate the effectiveness and the validity of the variations done for an adequate esthetic and functional integration.

Nowadays, an innovative operative protocol allows dentists to address highly compromised clinical situations with a minimally invasive prosthetic procedure. In this manner, it is possible to achieve excellent esthetic results using veneers, full veneers, buccal/occlusal and table top veneers, even with very reduced ceramic thickness. The maintenance of a maximum amount of enamel and the use of an appropriate bonding technique guarantee remarkable resistance and a long-lasting result for the restorations.

Esthetic and functional analysis

Tooth preparation techniques for crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays

Fabrication and integration of the provisional restoration—Impressions

Minimally invasive prosthetic procedures

33CE Credits

Pesaro: Feb. 28–March 3, 2018, a total of 4 days on location + online learning.

Tel: +32 486 920 435 (WhatsApp) / Email:

The course is open to general practitioners and prosthodontists (specialists, general dentists or beginners).

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