HEALTH AND AESTHETIC
IN PERIO IMPLANT

The International Quintessence Symposium of periodontics and implantology 2019

09-10th of November 2019
Moscow
COORDINATION LETTER
With big pleasure our Education Center presents its compliments!
First of all, we would like to thank you once more for accepting our invitation to be a lecturer of the Symposium! It is greatly appreciated. Thank you!
And...on we go to organization matters. We are happy to welcome you in Moscow at the International Quintessence Symposium of periodontics and implantology «Health and aesthetic in perio implant».
Let us assure you, that we will do everything that is in our power to make your stay here comfortable and we do hope that you will feel warm and cosy here in Moscow. Please read the following information carefully and if you would have any questions and /or suggestions please do not hesitate to contact us.

Moscow Quintessence team
DEAR LECTURERS!
CONTENTS
Symposium venue
Hotel
Presentation
Shedule
Social program
General information/ Moscow
Agreement
Contacts
SYMPOSIUM VENUE
The venue of the symposium is located within three minutes walking from the hotel where you will be staying. The left picture shows the pedestrian way from the hotel to the venue. If you need any help or you want us to escort you to the venue, just inform one of our event coordinators (you can find their contracts in the end of the letter.
The Symposium scientific program will take place in the GRAND BALLROOM HALL.
Moscow, Shluzovaya naberezhnaya 2/1 bld. 1
Coffee breaks, lunch and exhibition will take place at the same venue
HOTEL
Welcome to Swissotel Krasnye Holmy, Moscow
2014 TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice® Winner – Top 25 Hotels in Russia
At 34 storeys, the award-winning Swissotel Krasnye Holmy Moscow brings to the heart of the Russian capital unsurpassed service and luxury combined with the most breathtaking views of the city. Situated very conveniently in Moscow's business district and less than 3km away from the Kremlin, the hotel is the ideal base for exploring this fascinating city.
The facilities of this five-star luxury hotel leave absolutely nothing to be desired: 234 spacious luxurious guest rooms, including 28 suites, ensure an unrepeatable experience with the ultimate in amenities and in-room technology; diverse culinary options include a sumptuous breakfast buffet; an exclusive Executive Club lounge and the beautiful Purovel Spa & Sport round out the offer. The trendy City Space Bar, one of the world's top ten bars, is the ideal place to sip a cocktail while enjoying breathtaking 360-degree views of Moscow's city centre. Secure hotel parking is also available for your vehicle during your stay.
Business and leisure travellers will find comfort in the exclusive hotel facilities, combined wit h the quality, efficiency and reliability that is synonymous with Swiss hospitality.
Moscow, Kosmodamianskaya naberezhnaya 52, bld. 6
Tel: +7 495 787 98 00

Swissotel Krasnye Holmy
SPEAKERS
Giovanni Zucchelli
Giulio Rasperini
Inaki Gamborena
Rino Burkhardt
Francesco Cairo
Homa H. Zadeh
Giorgio Tabanella
Kenneth Kornman
PRESENTATION
Each speaker's lection takes 1,5 hours, including 5-10 minutes for attendee's questions and discussions. It's very important for us to observe the time limit. The schedule of your presentation you'll find below.
We kindly ask you to avoid open promotion of any products and/or companies during your presentation.
We will be very thankful if you add the logo of the Symposium to your presentation and also share the announcement of it in the social media. You'll find the files in the mail attachment.
Technical information which you might need in preparing the presentation:
- Presentation format should be - 16:9
- Presentation will be broadcast on two high-quality LED screens
Speaker's place will be equipped with a separate cable, sound cable, laser pointer and a head microphone. All presentations will be run from a personal computer of each speaker.
In case you would like to arrange it differently, please, let us know. Also, please have your presentation on a flashcard, just in case. MAC users are kindly asked to have the correspondent DVI/mini DVI adaptors for their models to match the VGA interface.
Everything for a preliminary A/V test will be ready at 8:00 in the morning on 9th of November.
Please specify the time you'll be able to be onsite to check the presentation!
All of the presentations are schedualled to be checked during the break before your lecture.
SYMPOSIUM PROGRAM
9th of November
08:00 – 09:00
08:00 – 09:00
REGISTRATION
09:00 – 10:30
09:00 – 10:30
Giovanni Zucchelli
SOFT TISSUE MANAGEMENT OF GINGIVAL RECESSION AROUND IMPLANTS
The recession of the buccal soft tissue margin is a frequent complication of well integrated dental implants. The appearance of metallic structure or even their transparency through the thin buccal soft tissues are common reasons for patient aesthetic complains. Moreover, bad implant installation frequently results in excessive apical dislocation of the buccal soft tissue margin of the implant supported crown. Soft tissue plastic surgical procedures and bilaminar techniques in particular, can be successfully used in combination with a pre and postsurgical prostethic approaches to increase the volume of the interdental soft tissue, to treat buccal gingival recessions and soft tissue dehiscence around dental implants and to provide the new implant supported crown with an esthetic transmucosal emergency profile.
11:00 – 12:30
11:00 – 12:30
FRANCESCO CAIRO
TREATMENT PROGNOSIS AND AESTHETIC OUTCOMES OF MODERN PERIODONTAL PLASTIC SURGER
Modern mucogingival treatment is aimed to reconstruct the gingival margin at the CEJ level along with perfect soft tissue integration. Several factors interact in the clinical scenario, conditioning the selection of the surgical treatment. The decision-making process is very sophisticated at teeth with multiple recessions, abrasion and/or loss of interdental attachment. The present lecture will explore clinical indications and expected clinical and aesthetic outcomes of modern periodontal plastic surgery in current practice.
13:30 – 15:00
13:30 – 15:00
KENNETH KORNMAN
PERIODONTITIS AND THE IMPACT ON SYSTEMIC HEAITH
Many individuals do not have a first experience with a major chronic disease until their mid-70's or later, but many others develop a major chronic disease 20 years earlier. Much is now known about aging well, and low grade chronic inflammation is one major determinant of an individual's aging path. Moderate to severe periodontitis is one of the most prevalent chronic inflammatory diseases, second only to obesity. Small periodontitis treatment studies were promising relative to improvement of certain medical conditions, but larger studies have not supported our ability to produce systemic health value by treatment of periodontitis. Current evidence suggests that not all periodontitis patients are equal in their effect on systemic diseases, suggesting endpoints of periodontal therapy may need higher standards for a systemic benefit. This presentation will discuss two paths relative to onset and progression of major chronic diseases and factors that contribute to which individuals are on the more aggressive path. Approaches for targeting certain periodontitis patients for more intensive therapy and monitoring will be discussed with a focus on prevention and improvement of certain chronic diseases. Current evidence suggests a potential need for different treatment endpoints if we are going to help control systemic diseases by means of periodontal interventions.
15:30 – 17:00
15:30 – 17:00
GIULIO RASPERINI
SELECTION OF TECHNIQUES, BIOMATERIAL AND PROCEDURES IN PERIODONTAL THERAPY BASED ON TISSUE PHENOTYPE
Synopsis In modern personalized periodontology the treatment should be customize case by case. Infection control may result in shrinkage of the soft tissue with obvious aesthetic impairment. In the past soft tissue contraction was generally considered necessary to achieve periodontal health. Now days gingival recession can be partially prevented, diagnosing the tissues characteristics, the biotype and selecting the proper instruments, in terms of size and shape, according, to minimize the local trauma and the gingival recession. Several surgical procedure and different biomaterials are part of the clinical armamentarium of the clinicians today. It is important to know how to choose the most predictable procedure and biomatelrial according to the site's characteristics and phenotype.
Objective
• To learn procedures that allow to classify the periodontal biotype. • To learn how to choose the proper instruments and biomaterial in each clinical case.
• Discuss clinical cases in which the phenotype classification in crucial for an appropriate treatment
10th of November
09:00 – 10:30
09:00 – 10:30
GIORGIO TABANELLA
HEALTH AND AESTHETICS IN THE RE-TREATMENT OF FAILURES IN DENTAL MEDICINE
Failures, complications or iatrogenic conditions are dramatically increasing. The retreatment of these "unique cases" requires passion, ethics, and the willpower of helping people who presents with very high expectations and exacting psychological aspects. Variables such as periodontal biotype, biological potential for tissue regeneration and the nature of the underlying osseous architecture surrounding the ailing teeth and implants will influence the clinical decisionmaking to achieve optimal "biomimetic" results. The decision whether a retreatment should be performed is ideally driven by update evidencebased information but also by educational background, periodontist clinical experience, access to technology, patient and site's risk assessment, predictors of disease, economic aspects, probabilities and uncertainties of treatment outcome as well as longterm stability of the results. Esthetic challenges can be even more relevant when tissue reconstruction needs to be performed in areas adjacent to teeth with a reduced periodontium since the impaired blood flow due to the disease can significantly reduce the biological potential for Guided Tissue Regeneration. The key to a successful re-treatment of dental failures is based on clinician's ability to provide and maintain over time adequate bone's volume as well as mucosa's quality.
11:00 – 12:30
11:00 – 12:30
HOMA H. ZADEH
PERIODONTAL AND PERI-IMPLANT PLASTIC SURGERY WITH VISTA: MANAGEMENT OF PERIODONTAL & PERI-IMPLANT MUCOSAL DEFICIENCIES
Periodontal and peri-implant plastic surgery has flourished as an approach to address periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue deficiencies that pose esthetic and functional concerns. Vestibular Incision Subperiosteal Tunnel Access (VISTA) has been developed as a versatile technique to overcome some of the limitations of periodontal and peri-implant soft tissue regeneration. This presentation will review case selection, risk assessment and the protocols for the treatment of gingival/mucosal deficiencies. Clinical cases with long-term follow-up will be used to illustrate concepts.
Educational objectives: at the conclusion of this presentation, participants are expected to have gained knowledge in:
• Decision tree for the treatment of patients with gingival/mucosal recession
• Rationale and VISTA technique for soft tissue augmentation
• Application of autogenous tissue, allograft, xenograft, platelet-fibrin and growth factors in soft tissue augmentation.
13:30 – 15:00
13:30 – 15:00
RINO BURKHARDT
THE TENET OF PASSIVE WOUND CLOSURE IN MUCOSAL SURGERY – REVISITED
Since decades, the tenet of passive wound closure is described as a key factor for uneventful healing. New insights into structural anatomy of the oral mucosa and the biological processes support the hypothesis that tension is needed for optimal healing. It is the goal of the presentation to shed light on the mechanosensing of connective tissue cells and the mechanisms how minimally-invasive approaches can regulate healing patterns. Additionally, the critical factors that should be controlled by the surgeons are discussed and presented by clinical cases.
15:30 – 17:00
15:30 – 17:00
INAKI GAMBORENA
SOFT TISSUE CONCEPT: A BIOLOGIC RATIONALE FOR PERI-IMPLANT RECONSTRUCTION BY SOFT TISSUE GRAFTING PROCEDURES
The goal to create a harmonious "esthetic" outcome around dental implants that mimics the surrounding dentition and soft-tissue condition as well as morphology is indeed difficult to create and maintain long term. The subepithelial connective tissue graft (CTG) is a favored option to treat and prevent gingival and peri-implant soft-tissue recessions. It is usually placed in combination with a coronally advanced flap or with an envelope flap or pouch. This lecture will focus on the different surgical and prosthetic criteria when it comes to treat anterior implants using as a volume maintainer only soft tissue grafting procedures. Techniques and tools will be discussed in order to reach such results around anterior implant treatments.
GIULIO RASPERINI
SELECTION OF TECHNIQUES, BIOMATERIAL AND PROCEDURES IN PERIODONTAL THERAPY BASED ON TISSUE PHENOTYPE
Synopsis In modern personalized periodontology the treatment should be customize case by case. Infection control may result in shrinkage of the soft tissue with obvious aesthetic impairment. In the past soft tissue contraction was generally considered necessary to achieve periodontal health. Now days gingival recession can be partially prevented, diagnosing the tissues characteristics, the biotype and selecting the proper instruments, in terms of size and shape, according, to minimize the local trauma and the gingival recession. Several surgical procedure and different biomaterials are part of the clinical armamentarium of the clinicians today. It is important to know how to choose the most predictable procedure and biomatelrial according to the site's characteristics and phenotype.
Objective
• To learn procedures that allow to classify the periodontal biotype. • To learn how to choose the proper instruments and biomaterial in each clinical case.
• Discuss clinical cases in which the phenotype classification in crucial for an appropriate treatment
SOCIAL PROGRAM
8th of November. Speakers dinner. Meeting in the hotel lobby at 20:00
9th of November. Speakers dinner. Meeting in the hotel lobby at 19:00
10th of November. Speakers dinner. Meeting in the hotel lobby at 19:00
IF there is any special diet or / and if you prefer vegetarian or vegan meals to be served, please write. And if there is anything else you might need, want to visit or buy, please inform us.
AGREEMENT
Please find below our standard agreement that we sign with the lecturers. This is something that we need for us to be signed at such a big event. We will have it for you to sign at the registration desk. Please if you have any questions do not hesitate to ask.
"Doctour" LLC represented by its general director Mr. Alexander Vladimirovich Ostrovskiy acting on behalf of the Charter, referred to hereinafter as «The Event Organizer» for short, as the one party and [Lecturer's initials] (Lecturer's achievements and accomplishments), acting in his own name and on his own behalf, referred to hereinafter as "The Guest" for short, as the other party, have concluded the present Agreement as follows:
1. The Event Organizer takes care of hosting, management and implementation of the Quintessence International Symposium "Aesthetic and Health in Periodontology and Implantology",
(referred to hereinafter as "The Event").
2. Dates of the Event: November 9-10, 2019.
3. Venue of the Event: "Grand Ballroom", Shluzovaya Nabereznaya str., 2/1, building 1, room 31, Moscow, Russia.
4. [Lecturer] accepts the invitation to join the participants of the Event as a guest of honor to give a lecture concerned with the theme of the conference.
5. The Parties have agreed on that the Guest shall not make pretense to any part of the income received by the Organizer of the Event from hosting and implementation of the Event or to any kind of the lecturer's fee for the author's presentation at the Event. At the same time the Organizer of the Event shall assume the responsibility to provide the maximum comfortable and convenient conditions of the Guest's transportation and stay as follows:
- To purchase a business-class plane ticket
- To book hotel accommodation for the Guest at a not less than a 4-star hotel.
- To provide an interpreter for the Guest during the Event.
- To provide transportation services and meals for the Guest during the Event.
6. The present Agreement will be valid until November 10th, 2019.
7. The present Agreement is drawn up in two copies, one copy for each Party.

GENERAL INFORMATION
MOSCOW
TAXI:
We strongly recommend you not to use the taxi from the street.
If you need any kind of transportation, please, contact Tatiana personally and she will arrange a car with a driver for you. It is not the matter of safety but rather of financial concerns.
LOCAL CURRENCY:
Russian Rouble is the local currency which you
will have to use for cash-payments during your stay in Russia.
USD to Rouble rate: ~ 67
EURO to Rouble rate: ~ 77
CARRYING ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS:
It is strongly recommended that you carry a copy of your passport with the copy of your Russian Visa. Do not carry your original passport – it will be safer if stored on the safe-box in your hotel room together with other valuables.
TIME ZONE:
The time difference is +2 hours to European time.
ELECTRICAL PLUGS:
Most European plugs can easily be used in Russia without any adapter.
TIPPING:
The most commonly used tipping in Moscow restaurants is not less than 10%. If your party is more than 10 persons please
pay attention to the bill – most likely the gratuity will be already included. Please note that waiters in Russia would be much happier to receive a cash tip rather than your credit card gratuity. An appropriate tip for bellhops and bell captains
would be 200 – 300 Roubles.
PURCHASES OF VALUABLE SOUVENIRS OR ANTIQUES:
Please be aware that RUSSIA is very, very strict about exporting any item considered "antique", that is over 50 years old for paintings and minor art works and over 100 years old for silverware, etc.
Special documentation from a Registered Department of Antiquities is required and this is very, very costly (about the same price as the item in some cases) and time consuming to get, it also requires special documentation from the merchant of the item….otherwise, items will be confiscated at the airport upon departure, where all luggage is searched and x-rayed in the presence of Customs Officials. Save any receipts as you may need those for items you purchased upon departure.
RUSSIAN SOUVENIRS:
Black caviar – official sales of the beluga and osseter caviar were ceased several years ago. Although caviar used to be a typical Russian treat, buying this product now does not make much sense. Officially you can purchase Iranian caviar only which is the same price as in Europe.
Vodka - please contact us for more details and recommendations
Crafts - please ask the guide for special shops rather than on-the-street purchase
CONTACTS

If you have any questions\suggestions, please, do not hesitate to share them with us and we will try to do our best to make your stay the most pleasant.
Tatiana Kostritsyna is in charge of speakers' coordination – air-port transfers, hotel accommodation, visa support, travel arrangements, etc.
She will be available at the REGISTRATION desk during the symposium days, so please do not hesitate to call her at any time you need assistance at +7 (903) 126 3504
Daria Dmitrieva is in charge of speakers` coordination – welcoming speakers; all issues according presentations: A/V test, the schedule, equipment etc.; documents; social program and all other arising questions. She will be available at the REGISTRATION desk during the symposium days, so please do not hesitate to call her at any time you need assistance at +7(903)168 9856
Alexander Ostrovskiy
Head of the PH «Quintessence» in Moscow
+7 (903) 589 15 35
Giulio Rasperini
Chairman of the Symposium
+39 335 813 0194