Khoury Fadie, D.D.S., MSc. |
Graduated in 1993 from the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Sofia-Bulgaria with honors. Since 1999, Dr. Κhoury is a professional director at the “Center for Esthetic and Implant Dentistry” in Haifa, Israel. In 2000, Dr. Khoury obtained one year Comprehensive Implantology Training, Boston University-Clinics and Symposium. In 2012, obtained “one year master clinical program in esthetic dentistry”- giDE/UCLA, Los Angeles, U.S. where he received the second prize at the case presentation award competition. In 2014 he received the 3rd prize at the 3rd Digital Dentistry Symposium Award Competition in Istanbul. Between 2015 and 2016, he worked as a student Instructor at the Department of Prosthodontics in Tel Aviv University. Since 2018 he is teaching Aesthetic Dentistry at the Department of Aesthetic Dentistry in Tel Aviv University. In 2013 he created the “FK-Esthetic Study Club” and started organizing courses on topics such as Photo and Video documentation in Dentistry, DSD – Digital Smile Design, Microscopic approach of indirect restorations, Guided surgery/Implantology and Cad/Cam. Since 2013 he is using the Cerec Cad/Cam by Sirona in his private clinic and continues to learn and develop professionally by participating in continuing education programs, courses, conferences and seminars, both in Israel and overseas.
Dr Fadie Khoury is a member of Israel Dental Association IDA, Israeli Association of Oral Implantology IAOI, Affiliate member of the EAED, ESCD-European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry, International Congress of Oral Implantologists ICOI, German Association for Oral Implantology DGOI, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry AACD, European Association for Ossointegration EAO and ICI BASAL Implantology.
Saturday, December 12 (11:30)
Chair side CAD/CAM ceramic veneers: From smile design to clinical perfection
The use of computer-aided design computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems in dentistry has increased dramatically during the last decade thanks to the fast development of digital computer technology. Nowadays CAD/CAM systems may be categorised as either chair-side or laboratory systems. The CEREC chair-side system is a useful tool for the clinician. The digital impression, the design software and the milling unit in the same office allow to produce highly aesthetic and reliable restorations in a single visit, while improving patient acceptance for the procedures. In his lecture Dr. Fadie Khoury will describe how to master the monolithic cad/cam restoration in the aesthetic zone with the CEREC Chair- Side system without laboratory help starting every case using the DSD Concept in his treatment planning. This workflow simplifies design and fabrication, providing greater accuracy and predictability to the rehabilitation process. The digital planning and development of the mock up also makes clinical conditions more predictable. Making ceramic veneers using the CAD/CAM technique requires judicious adhesive cementation, and also an accurate practical and theoretical knowledge on the part of the professional.