Prof. Dr. Segio Caputi
Currently he is Rector of the the University “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara, Italy.
Graduated in Medicine and Surgery with honors in April 1982 at the University “G.d’Annunzio”
Chieti-Pescara then specialized in Odontostomatology at the Second School of Specialization of the
University “La Sapienza” of Rome. In 1990 he was confirmed in the role of researcher. 1998 he
become Associate Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery of the University “G.
d’Annunzio “of Chieti and Pescara, teaching Dental Materials, Prosthodontics 1 and
Prosthodontics 2 and numerous other classes.
In January 2001 Prof. Caputi become a Full Time professor.
In November 2001 he was elected Dean of the Department of Odontostomatological Sciences of
the University “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara untill June 2017.
He has been Director of numerous Training Courses, post-graduate courses and Masters. From
2007 to 2009 Prof. Caputi was an expert in dentistry of the Health Council of the Italian Health
He is Honorary Professor Honoris Causa of the Moscow state University of Medicine and
Dentistry named after A.I. Evdokimov. He is the author of more than 170 publications in national
and International Journals with an H-index of 27. He has been speaker in numerous worldwide
”DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN PROSTHETIC DENTISTRY”
Prof. Dr. Sergio Caputi, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tonino Traini, Ph.D. Bruna Sinjari
The wide diffusion of digital technologies in prosthetic dentistry has allowed an improvement in the
control of laboratory procedures and therefore the working time in the dental chair side. Although
the digital work-flow can achieve clinically acceptable quality levels it is not able to fully replace
the analog techniques which continue to be considered the Golden Standard. The report, through the
presentation of clinical cases made using digital and analog techniques, aims to provide participants
with an overview of the most suitable techniques and materials to be used in prosthetic restorations.
At the same time the accent will be placed on the differences present within the same materials,
when these are destined to the digital work flow or to the analogue one. Particular emphasis will be
placed on the stages of preliminary clinical evaluation, on the formulation of the diagnosis and
treatment plan with digital support and will also be discussed the limitations that are still present on