“Oral Design Symposium 2015”

in Madrid, Spain

Participating in "Oral Design International Symposium in Madrid"

—Four days in Madrid, Spain, where you were exposed to cutting-edge aesthetic technicians—

 

ILKI RICKY LEE

 

Attend world-class aesthetic technicians

- Days 3 and 4 -

From the 3rd day, various lectures and company exhibitions were held, including a demonstration entitled "Non-invasive ceramic restoration with platinum foil technique" by Mr. Geller.

At the beginning of Mr. Geller's demonstration, a patient was invited to make a demonstration of making an actual case, so a dentist was also present to put on the prosthesis.

"Dental technicians have a better understanding of cementation than dentists because they are constantly observing in the production of crowns," Mr. Geller said in a

speech. By communicating that knowledge, we can create many advantages. ”The point that young dental technicians l


earn is that they can work on any kind of work from multiple perspectives. I felt that there was. After the patient cementation demonstration, Mr. Geller hugged the patient and dentist to finish the lecture. What is unique about this lecture is that a robot camera that operates wirelessly was adopted. I felt that the technological progress was also applied to the demonstrations of hands-on courses and demonstrations, and that Mr. Geller was constantly sending out new proposals.

 

 

After lunch, Antonio Lobez Tejero chaired and Joan Pou of ANDORRA, locals of Madrid, Iñigo Casares, and Eduardo Setien Laboa, presented various cases of Tooth color and gingival-colored porcelain.At that time, they talked about what to observe and what to consider when making gingival porcelain.. (Because it was a lecture in Spanish, it was attended in English using an interpreter machine in advance received in the outside) The lecture style in which three Spanish oral design members gathered and asked questions alternately was very interesting.


The post-lunch session was followed by lectures by Dr. Douglas Terry, Germany's Juergen Mehrhof, and Hasegawa. His personal expectation, Juergen's lecture, was easy to understand and was beyond my imagination, as it conveyed the new design of the implant superstructure. Postoperative photographs prove that the results of delicate and delicate work are aesthetically, functionally, and biologically harmonious in the oral cavity. The author, and listening to the high-level lectures, reaffirmed that he was glad to attend this conference again.

 

Mr. Hasegawa gave a lecture at the oral design symposium for the first time in his life, and he felt nervous.

However, due to his organized and stylish slides and his unique playfulness, it did not take long for the audience to be drawn into the lecture.In particular, the slides showing four portraits of the faces of a total of 140 patients were unique, and I could feel how much effort he had made for experiments and observations. The author, who thought about him, became more and more respectful of him.

 

After the lecture on the third day, I participated in a social gathering with other technicians. At the hotel with a nice atmosphere prepared by the organizer, it became a space full of enthusiasm to discuss what each person felt at this symposium and the future prospects. Passionate flamenco began as a sideshow, and the night went on, fitting in with the atmosphere of the venue.

 

Franklin talked about how to devise and fix the practical problems that he faces every day, and he livened up the atmosphere in the hall with his unique talented speech and humor. Jean-Marc Etienne exhibited a number of cases that made use of his own experience, and Jungo Endo talked about solutions to cases that would be extremely complicated to produce, along with picturesque case photographs. He talked about his happiness as a dental technician from his conversation with the patient, and was able to feel his pride and love for his dental technician and his profession, and his passion. Personally, he felt that it was the most energetic lecture in this symposium.

 

In Mr. Tetsuro Kubo's session with a break, he explained the importance (S-shape Profile) of subginji balcantua in the proposal by Dr. Yoshinori Nameta (Setagaya-ku, Tokyo / Kamikitazawa Dental). The systematic and easy-to-understand explanation of S-shape Profile, a theme that is still unfamiliar overseas, seems to have attracted the interest of many dental technicians, with the audience taking slides with their mobile phones. It made me feel that the content was academic. Also, when the content of the paper by Mr. Odanaka, whom I respect, was presented on the screen together with the name of the dentist, I was deeply moved.

 

The host of this symposium, Javier pérez, explained the procedure for repairing anterior tooth prostheses, and predicted the outcome of the repair in advance to increase the success rate. He wondered if his ability to succeed in his in-depth lectures while preparing for a big conference like this might have led him to this point. The lecture of Mr. Murilo Calgaro full of young come talent of Brazil, the image of the prosthesis form of patients, lecture content that was created as a model the 20-something daughter of a tooth that came to our hospital with the patient. His honest and systematic storyline is easy to understand for dental technicians who don't usually work with doctors in the dental office, and he feels it's a style that suits the tastes of young dentists. 

 

Olivier Tric shows off an aesthetic case made of metal ceramics. Although the demand for all-ceramic prostheses has grown significantly in recent years, we have proved that metal cellamix is a technology that can handle aesthetic cases without problemsThe next scheduled lecture by Michel Magne was unfortunately canceled and he fell in love with it.

Instead, Jason Kim spoke interestingly on the subject, "How should dental technicians approach for business success?"

 

The content of the concept was completely different from that of the previous performers, and there was a bit of interest. The Platinum Foil Technique, which was themed by Mr. Naoki Aiba, was a technique that I had not tried yet, and was one of the lectures I expected in this symposium. The detailed technique was explained in great detail, and it made me want to practice it once. In the final video, he showed his photos and cases in less than five minutes, along with Mr. Children's "365 days" music.

Female dental technician sitting in the vicinity of the seat of the authors had shed impressed tears despite the first time hear Japanese songs.

 


The lecture at the end of the four-day itinerary described a case in which both masters Geller and Dr. Giuseppe Allais attended.

It has been shown that the philosophy of many years of experience is the cornerstone of new attempts. It was a content that felt his passion for clinical practice. After the last lecture, we had a question and answer session for a while, and all the symposium programs were completed.


 

At the end

After the four-day hands-on course and symposium, I was able to listen to many lectures by speakers from all over the world.

It's a feeling I've had for a long time, but once again I realized that the world's dental technicians aren't just making great prostheses. I felt that he had to have a truly diverse talent in his storyline, photography, and slide design as he developed his skills, theories, and philosophies. In my opinion, the listener should be able to acquire knowledge and inspiration, or both.

 

In my opinion, it is worth listening to the lecture if the listener can acquire knowledge, inspiration, or both.Of course, all lectures are based on communicating one's skills, knowledge and experience. Its wonderful prostheses, storylines and visual effects can give the audience a clearer future inspiration than what they say. This is a very important factor, but there is also the danger that it will end up as just entertainment. The dental technician industry these days feels that many such entertainment parts are exposed, and I feel regretful about that point.

 

In the lecture by Mr. Geller at this event, there are some words that I remembered. “We don't want our heart in digital, We want our heart in real life.”. Mr. Geller left a message in his previous lecture in Tokyo through a video clip called Overflow that "we are flooded with more information, technology and materials than we need." . I think that the wise and metaphorical words of the pioneer will be his support for the future anxiety that our juniors have. The fact that I felt through this message is that Mr. Geller tells us that he should not only improve his skills, but also have a "heart-warming" as a dental technician.It is important to make an aesthetic crown like a natural tooth or a stylish slide, but it is more basic for a dental technician to have a straight conscience like a bamboo. That is, it becomes the "conscience" for the patient.

 

The author visited Japan three years ago and trained in Mr. Odanaka's lab for half a year, but there is a word he said on the last day. "For half a year I've been teaching you what's good and what's bad, and what you have to react to.From tomorrow he will have to put up an antenna for them and think alone. In that sense, studying every day will determine your path. " This word is still firmly engraved in my heart. At this event, I feel that the antenna allowed me to choose my own path.