DentaNet Symposium 2022 - Dr. Pascal Magne - DT. Przemek Seweryniak - Dr. Richard Baxter

DentaNet Symposium will be two intense days of world class lectures and networking 28th-29th of January 2022. 

Academic content will be delivered by:
Dr. Pascal Magne - Biomimetic restorative dentistry
DT. Przemek Seweryniak - ”Digitazing the patient” -a new era in dentistry
Dr. Richard Baxter - Tongue-Tie Update: How Oral Restrictions Impact Feeding, Speech and Sleep Across the Lifespan

Networking content and skills will be delivered by all the delegates - especially at the DentaNet Networking Event Friday afternoon and the Networking Party Friday evening.


---o--- Free cancellation of your sign up until 15th of September 2021 ---o---

Dr. Pascal Magne: Biomimetic restorative dentistry (brd)

Whole Friday

The Program Topics

  • Direct and semi-(in)direct techniques.
  • Dentin bonding and Immediate Dentin Sealing (IDS).
  • Deep margin elevation (DME).
  • Thermo-Modified Luting (TML).
  • Maintenance and repair.

During this lecture you will learn about:

  • The scientific foundations of BRD and why it is all “GOOD NEWS”.
  • The modern tools for appropriate diagnosis and treatment of caries.
  • The various restorative options available according to science, common sense, experience and socio-economic factors.
  • Special techniques for bonding and facilitating delivery of composite resins and ceramic restorations.

About the lecture:

Emerging concepts in biomimetic restorative dentistry (BRD) provide the ability to restore the biomechanical, structural, and esthetic integrity of teeth with utmost respect for biological structures (pulp and periodontal tissues).

Adhesive techniques constitute the cornerstone of BRD and novel restorative designs are striking elements of this nascent approach to tooth restoration.

Considerable improvements have been made both medicobiologically and socioeconomically: more sound tissue is preserved, tooth vitality is maintained, and treatment is less expensive than traditional and more invasive prosthodontics.

BRD offers restorative solutions that balance the functional and esthetic needs of the anterior and posterior dentitions.

A wide range of restorative techniques, from direct to semi-(in) direct and indirect approaches are available to cover each patient’s specific needs and will be presented throughout the day.

DentaNet Networking Dinner and Party

Friday at Clarion CPH Airport Hotel - The Hangar

Networking and party has always been a dna of the Scandinavian delegates at the DentaNet Symposium.

As soon as the Friday lecture and the concluding remarks have been said, the delegates will go to the huge exibition area where we will have great talks with eachother, see the latest materials, equipment and intelligent service. And at the same time we will have snacks, wine, beer and sparkling water before we will get ourselves ready for the dinner and networking party. If you don’t stay at the hotel we will have an area where you can change to look your best for the evening.

During the Friday program you can choose to list yourself at the “fixed tables” and choose which people you will spend the dinner with. A lot of people choose not to and will end up at the “networking tables” where you are randomly seated and might get a new friend or perhaps even get the seat right next to one of the lecturers and have the opportunity to pick his brain.

When the dinner is done the DentaNet Symposium Band will start to play and the dance floor will be open. If you want to join the band don’t hesitate to explore the option by getting in contact with DentaNet a few month’s before the event.

The bar is open, all people will be open and your mind will be open for new inputs including drinks as well. In other words: We will have a great networking party only limited by the fact that we have to great lectures to attend Saturday.

DT Przemek Severyniak: ”Digitazing the patient” -a new era in dentistry

Saturday Morning - Stage Lecture - Live Streamed

In this lecture you will learn:

  • How to digitize the patient
  • What digital data is important for the esthetic and
  • functional cases
  • How to acquire the digital data using various different
  • techniques
  • How the lab handles and merges the data creating the
  • digital patient
  • What different tools are important for the lab
  • How you implement the technology in your daily dental life
  • When you have the digital patient how to process the case
  • Putting it all together and using the technologies today for
  • better communication between patient-clinic-lab
  • Creating predictable workflows with minimal room for errors
  • How to utilize different softwares to achieve different data

About the lecture

For decades lab work has been made by hand utilizing different kind of instruments, wax carvers, casting machines and articulators. Facebow- and bite-registrations has been made possible with different kind of techniques and apparatus.

The processes of obtaining a validated facebow registration, bite record, mounted casts in an articulator where often time- consuming tasks. Sending the data from the clinic to the lab was a hustle and there was room for transfer errors.

All these records where crucial working with esthetic and functional cases and still needed. As we have been moving forward and digital dentistry entered our field some 20 years ago and we started to utilize 3D scanners to scan the work we were doing the desktop of a lab technician has rapidly changed over from a lot of handmade analog work to being mainly a dental technologist rather than a dental technician.

Today we have all the tools needed to easily and precisely collect all data needed to fully digitize the patient. Not just by scanning the teeth and preparations, but scanning patient approved provisionals, digitizing the face, jaw motions and different bite registrations. Most of us are aware that this is possible but not sure how to do it or what registrations needs to be made for a lab technician to be able to basically work on the 3D patient.

The "Digitazing the patient - a new era in dentistry" lecture will be conducted in the normal way live at the stage at the DentaNet Symposium.

The lecture will be available to watch again for a limited time for both delegates in the Symposium lecture room and online delegates.

This lecture will also be available to see remotely Online Live at a discounted online fee.

Dr. Richard Baxter: Tongue-Tie Update: How Oral Restrictions Impact Feeding, Speech and Sleep Across the Lifespan

Saturday Afternoon - Live Streamed to Stage Lecture

During the different parts you will learn:

Part 1: Background and Research Insights

  • How to identify a tongue-tie/tongue restriction in your patients.
  • The prevalence and likely factors involved in development of this condition.
  • The issues oral restrictions can cause.
  • The research supporting treatment.

Part 2: Assessment and Examination

  • How to assess a baby for oral restrictions.
  • How to asses a child for oral restrictions.
  • How to assess teens and adults for oral restrictions.
  • How to diagnose this condition.

Part 3: Treatment and Case Studies

  • Treatment strategies and methods.
  • The team approach to care.
  • Various case studies from across the lifespan that impact
  • quality of life.

About the lecture

It seems everywhere you turn, parents and professionals are discussing, concerned about, and asking questions about tongue and lip-ties. With so many opinions, objections, and success stories, it’s hard to cut through the noise.

This evidence-based and clinically informed presentation will provide clarity to the real issues a restricted tongue can cause throughout the lifespan. A thorough review of the literature, over a dozen clinical cases of all ages, diagnostic criteria, assessment techniques, and treatment recommendations will be discussed in this comprehensive lecture.

The dentist is well-positioned to screen for, assess, and diagnose patients with this very common condition and treat patients when indicated.

In part one, we will discuss identifying tongue restrictions in your patients, (and possibly yourself or your family members!) and the prevalence and likely factors leading to this condition. We will also look at issues that can be impacted by an oral restriction. Finally, we will have an overview of the relevant research supporting treatment.

In part two, we will discuss how to assess all ages for tongue- ties, from babies to adults so you can start to check your patients on Monday for oral restrictions. We will focus on getting a proper diagnosis and avoiding the two errors of over- diagnosis and

In part three, we will discuss successes, struggles, and experiences in treating thousands of patients with these conditions. We will discuss the common methods of treatment using scissors, electrosurgery, and various laser types including diode and carbon dioxide.

We would love to have had Dr. Richard Baxter with us live on stage, but due to his obligations as a father of three younger children, his travel time spans are limited.

However, we still would like to learn more, so Dr. Baxter will join us live from Alabama, USA. We have received his presentation beforehand in order to only stream Dr. Baxter and not use streaming bandwith for presentation pictures and videos. The result will be that we will have a “normal” big and beautiful presentation in the room merged with the feed of Dr. Baxter who will control the presentation remotely. You can of course ask questions during the presentation.

The lecture will be available to watch again for a limited time for both delegates in the Symposium lecture room and online delegates.

This lecture will also be available to see remotely at a discounted online fee.

About the Venue

The Hangar - Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport

The venue for the DentaNet Symposium is completely new and was finished and opened during 2021. With room for easily more than 500 delegates, nearly 1.000 hotel rooms and a huge conference area named: “The Hangar”, the Clarion Copenhagen Airport Hotel combined with their sister hotel the Comfort Hotel will provide us with all the necessary square meters, the latest AV-technology and a gigantic high resolution presentation screen. In general, it’s a framework that is perfectly fitted for hosting the DentaNet Symposium and our world class lecturers - and did we mention a great party as well?

Situated just 3 minutes walk from the arrivals area of the Copenhagen Airport travel logistics couldn’t be easier...



Clarion Hotel Copenhagen Airport
Ellehammersvej 20
2770 Copenhagen (Kastrup)