ROBERTO SCRASCIA | DR.

May 7, 2019 | 24th BaSS Congress | INVITED LECTURERS

Biography

Dr. Roberto Scrascia

Born in Taranto in 1982. Graduated at the University of Bari in Dentistry in 2009. In
2012 he specialized in “Regenerative Bone in Oral Surgery” at the University of
Chieti. In 2014 he became an active member of AIC Italy (Advanced Dental Implant
Research & Education Center) of which he is also a speaker. Since 2015 he has been
elected councilor of the CAO (Board of Dentists) in the order of Doctors and
Surgeons and Dentists of the province of Taranto. In 2015 he became international
tutor for Rhein83. Speaker at national and international conferences. In 2015 he
attended the advanced course of regenerative and implant in Rome. From 2016 he is
Ordinary Member of AIOP (Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry). In 2016 he
perfected in “Fixed Prosthesis” at the University of Foggia. In 2017 he attended the
Full Denture and Hybrid Prosthetics course. In 2018 he was elected Cultural
Secretary ANDI Taranto. Author of publications in journals of the dental sector. He
currently practices private and research in his practice and in consulting


Abstract Synopsis

”DIAGNOSIS AND PLANNING OF PROSTHETIC TREATMENTS IN THE ELDERLY PEOPLE ”

Dr. Roberto Scrascia

ABSTRACT

A prosthetic project in a patient should not be decided on the basis of
patient requests or the preferences of the clinician, the basis of each treatment plan is
the diagnostic set-up of the teeth that will allow us to understand the prosthetic spaces
to be filled and consequently what type of work to perform. We will analyze the
factors to be taken into consideration when choosing the best treatment plan for our
patients to achieve aesthetic and functional rehabilitation.
The digital revolution is changing the world, and dentistry is no exception. Through
the development of new equipment, software and workflows, the diagnosis and
treatment of patients are becoming simpler and more communicative. A completely
digital approach to the care of edentulous patients can be a challenging challenge for
the present and the future. We will see how digital and analog can be combined to
improve our daily clinical practice.