Eduasyst program 07/09/2019

Eduasyst workshop

  • WORKSHOPS IWORKING WITH HAND TOOLSHIG. CARMEN LANOWAY

    10.00-13.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 Working with hand tools and scaler is still one of the most basic skills of dental hygienists. There is a wider variety of hand instruments on the market today. What are our options? What will help us in these difficult cases of periodontal patients. During the workshops, you will learn about the use of individual hand tools in practice.

  • WORKSHOP IISCALING SANDBLASTINGHIG. ANITA WALCZAK

    10.00-13.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 Professional hygienization treatment will be discussed during the workshop, paying particular attention to scaling and sandblasting. What are the indications and what are the contraindications, rules of safe work with a scaler and sand blaster The training is also a practical workshop on models.

  • WORKSHOP IIIIMPLANT ASSISTHIG. NATALIA SZELĄG

    10.00-13.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 Assisting in implantological procedures is a very responsible task. The person holding this position should be empathetic and caring. Must be able to care for the patient before, during and after the procedure. The ability to prepare the office, knowledge of the instruments and procedures for carrying out treatments is extremely important. It all affects the professionalism, which in the case of implantological procedures has an impact on the safety, quality, course and time of the procedure. Professional assistance is a treasure! During the workshop you will learn the skills of a professional implantology assistant. You will refresh your knowledge in the field of antiseptics. You will learn how to properly unpack the tools, you will learn how to dress the operator and what to pay special attention to during the procedure. Post-operative care and patient recommendations will be discussed. The workshop will be prepared based on the extraction and implantation procedure.

  • WORKSHOP IVPATIENT COMMUNICATIONANNA KACZYŃSKA

    10.00-13.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 During the workshop you will learn the secrets of verbal and non-verbal communication, you will learn how to build a positive image of yourself and the office in which you work. During the training, the topic of assertiveness will be discussed and how to use it in contact with a difficult patient. You will be able to conduct a professional telephone conversation and build your own standards of patient service. Thanks to an interesting form of case study solving, you will learn what prohibited phrases are and how they are perceived by the person you are talking to, you will learn to listen actively and effectively build a message.

  • WORKSHOP VWORKING WITH HAND TOOLSHIG. CARMEN LANOWAY

    14.00-17.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 Working with hand tools and scaler is still one of the most basic skills of dental hygienists. There is a wider variety of hand instruments on the market today. What are our options? What will help us in these difficult cases of periodontal patients. During the workshops, you will learn about the use of individual hand tools in practice.

  • WORKSHOP VICHILDREN IN PREVENTION CABINET AND PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATIONHIG. MAGDALENA SUSZYŃSKA

    14.00-17.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 The most important aspect of childcare in the prevention office is the fondly remembered adaptation visit. Prophylaxis also includes varnishing and sealing treatments as well as motivation and hygiene instruction in a child. Conducting preschool education requires us to prepare a lesson plan and materials. Theoretical and practical workshop not only for adults.

  • WARSZTAT VIIORTHODONTIC ASSISTANTHIG. ANNA DROBKIEWICZ

    14.00-17.00 NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 24 During the workshop I will discuss issues related to orthodontic instruments and answer the following questions: Which patients should be referred for orthodontic consultations? Classification of orthodontic appliances and principles of their operation? What are the rules for assisting 4 hands? What tools are needed during the camera gluing procedure, camera photos, retention gluing? How to prepare a patient for orthodontic treatment? What should an orthodontic patient's home prophylaxis look like? How to proceed in an emergency? The practical part will take place on the models.

Konferencja Eduasyst

  • 09:15 - 10:30Non-surgical treatment of periodontal diseasesdr hab. n.med. Jan Kowalski

    The presentation will discuss in detail non-surgical periodontal treatment, with particular attention to the role of a dental hygienist: individual stages of treatment, instruction techniques, methods of patient motivation, scaling protocols will be discussed. New therapeutic methods of non-surgical treatment such as photodynamic therapy or local antibiotic therapy will also be discussed.

  • 10.30 - 11.30Diseases of the mucous membranes - what the hygienist should pay attention to during the visitlek. stom. Agnieszka Peret

    During the lecture, you will learn about the most common diseases of the mucous membranes ... and to know what should worry you when working with a patient, we will start the course by discussing selected issues in the anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity. You will learn the principles of examining the mucous membranes and the symptomatology of changes in the oral cavity. It will be important to know how to safely deal with a patient with chronic mucosal lesions during hygienic procedures. Oral mucosa is also a reflection of the general condition of the patient, which forces us to look at each patient in a holistic manner. By regularly examining the mucous membranes, we can spot many changes that are initially harmless and, if neglected in treatment, can even lead to neoplastic changes.

  • 11.30 - 12.30What is SRP? What are the benefits of working with hand tools?hig. Carmen Lanoway (Niemcy)

    Removing scale with hand tools and smoothing the root surface is often seen as a skill. With a wide range of hand instruments, we can optimize our treatment. What are our options? During the lecture, I will discuss the basic set of hand tools, their application and principles of work. I will discuss tools, starting with curettes that require sharpening, and those that should not be sharpened.

  • 12.30 - 13.30Individual prophylactic protocol tailored to the patient's needshig. Anita Walczak

    The individual prophylaxis protocol is a protocol based on current scientific evidence and my clinical experience, emphasizing the importance of two aspects of oral health prophylaxis. The first is professional prophylaxis performed in the dentist's office, and the second aspect is home prophylaxis, i.e. the way in which the patient cares for every day. An individual prophylaxis protocol is the 10 elements of a professional hygienisation visit that you can always perform.

  • 15.00 - 16.00Model of cooperation between a doctor and a 21st century hygienist in the field of prostheticslek. stom. Krzysztof Kowalczyk

    During the lecture, I will talk about the proper course of follow-up visits and team communication, as well as the influence of the doctor and hygienist cooperation on the correct course of prosthetic treatment. Does the work of a hygienist affect prosthetic therapy? End of treatment? And what now? Cooperation between the doctor and the assistant - why is it so important? 4-handed or 6-handed work? - how to properly organize a team. The assistant is not a cleaner - planning the division of tasks in the field of prosthetic treatment.

  • 16.00 - 17.00Probiotic therapy in the practice of a dental hygienistlek. stom. Oskar Kaczmarek

    Recent years have undoubtedly revolutionized our knowledge of the microbes that colonize all the mucous membranes of the human body. Before introducing more advanced techniques for identifying microorganisms, we knew first of all their pathogenic properties, completely unaware of the entire spectrum of commensal and symbiotic microorganisms, in fact, as we know today, necessary to maintain many critical aspects of our physiology. In dental practice it is all the more important because, unfortunately, the clinical value of probiotic preparations is still very often reduced to "shielding" the digestive tract against the potentially harmful effects of antibiotics on the beneficial bacterial flora. Meanwhile, in the era of more and more invasive pharmacotherapy, properly selected probiotic therapy seems to be one of the most promising strategies for improving the quality of life of patients. During the lecture, the most important issues regarding the possibility of using probiotic preparations in the practice of a dental hygienist will be discussed - with particular emphasis on the usefulness of probiotics dedicated to oral microbiota.