Tommaso Ghedini


Tommaso Ghedini
Dr. Tommaso Ghedini graduated in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics at Milan University with full marks and honors. Specialized at the same University with honors in Oral Surgery. Adjunct Professor Humanitas University – MED School, Head and Neck MED/28. Active Member of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (IAED) and Active Member of the Italian Academy of Osseointegration (IAO). Within IAO he was part of the Young Working Group, now he is a member of the "Communication Commission” for the period 2021-2024. Member of the "Young Dentists Commission” for the Medical Council of Milan for the period 2018-2024. Speaker at national and international conferences and author of scientific publications in the field of oral and implant surgery. He works in his private practices in Milan and its province focusing on esthetics and implant supported restorations with soft tissue management. Previously tutor in the Oral Surgery department at the Dental Clinic of the Galeazzi Orthopedic Institute - IRCCS - University of Milan. Currently within the Humanitas Dental Center (Humanitas Research Hospital) department he mainly deals with oral and implant surgery.

Upcoming Webinars

Date Category Faculty Member Webinar Title
08.21.24 Implant Dentistry Tommaso Ghedini Digital Tools for Implant & Prosthetic Selection to Enhance the Esthetic Outcome
Digital Tools for Implant & Prosthetic Selection to Enhance the Esthetic Outcome

Digital Tools for Implant & Prosthetic Selection to Enhance the Esthetic Outcome

Location: Online

After a brief introduction on 3D implant positioning related to biological and prosthetic factors, following the most up to date scientific evidence, we’ll deep dive into the implant digital planning. We’ll explain why is so important to determine the position of the implant in the software, according to the prosthetic plan, before the surgery. In fact, the accuracy of the digital workflow can shorten the procedure time thanks to guided implant placement and easier adaption of the provisional in case of immediate loading.

The use of the Artificial Intelligence in specific software can facilitate their usage, minimizing the time that we must spend at the computer, and the number of prostho component that we must keep in stock. The possibility to see the final prosthetic components can eventually reduce the invasiveness through the selection of tilted or reduced diameter implants. It also helps the clinician in understanding in advance if there is any need of soft or hard tissue grafting. It’s important to underline that a deep understanding of the analogic workflow and of the soft and hard tissue management is mandatory before expanding our practice in the digital field. The fundamentals remain the same, it just changes the environment. Beginning probably is not that easy, but after a short learning curve this enhance the esthetic outcome of our implant cases.

Learning Objectives

– Understand the correct 3D implant positioning.
– Be able to collect data for the digital planning of a case.
– How to deal and program the case with soft and hard tissue augmentation.
– Select the correct prosthetic tools in order to minimize the invasiveness.

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free