25 – 26 March 2022
Hotel Sheraton SOPOT


– from checklist to balance

Pascal Magne mock up

Hotel Sheraton SOPOT
Powstańców Warszawy Street 10
81-718  Sopot


registration up to 28 February 2022 3600 PLN
late registration  from 1 March 2022 3990 PLN
students  up to 31 January 2022 1990 PLN
group up to 31 January 2022 * 2690 PLN

* the condition for obtaining a group price is one invoice and a minimum of 10 people

The official language of the Conference is English. Lectures will be translated simultaneously into Polish.

To register you must fill out the application form and pay the fee for the Conference – only payment guarantees you a place on the course.

GALA PARTY - French Touch - impreza towarzysząca Sesji Pascala Magne organizowana przez GLOBAL D
25 marca - piątek
Start godzina 20.00
miejsce Nowa Zatoka (Aleja Franciszka Mamuszki 14, 81-718 Sopot)
Jedzenie to francuska kuchnia i open bar wino i piwo w cenie
Muzyka na żywo.
Dress code – Coctail
Cena 243,09 zł netto 299 zł brutto



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Pracownia Pozytywnych Zmian
Myśliwska street 13, 43-450 USTROŃ

If you notify us of your desire to cancel by 23 February 2022 we will refund you the full amount minus PLN 200 plus Vat. After this time, no cancellations will be accepted.

Vat invoices are drawn up on the basis of paid amount.

Hotel Sheraton SOPOT (Poland)
Powstańców Warszawy Street 10, 81718  Sopot, 

Room prices:
Single room with breakfast 450 PLN + 8% VAT

Double room with breakfast 520 PLN + 8% VAT

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25 March 2022 Friday


09:00 – 11:00 lecture
11:00 – 11:30 coffee break
11:30 – 13:30 lecture
13:30 – 14:30 lunch
14:30 – 16:00 lecture
16:00 - 16:15 Natural Essence - niespodzianka
16:15 – 16:45 coffee break
16:45 – 18:45 lecture
18:45 – 19:15 Wykład sponsorski Align - Cyfrowe planowanie przypadków interdyscyplinarnych: focus na Invisalign Go! lek. dent. Błażej Szczerbaniewicz

20.00 GALA PARTY - French Touch
impreza towarzysząca Sesji Pascala Magne organizowana przez GLOBAL D

26 March 2022 Saturday

Objective and Subjective Criteria to Natural Oral Esthetics: From Checklist to Balance

09:00 – 11:00 lecture
11:00 – 11:30 coffee break
11:30 – 13:30 lecture
13:30 – 14:30 lunch
14:30 – 16:00 lecture
16:00 – 16:30 coffee break
16:30 – 18:30 lecture

26 March 2022


This course will be an intense lecture program for all practitioners wishing to update their skills in anterior bonded restorations using direct composite resins and indirect porcelain veneers. Although bonded ceramics seem to represent the ultimate biologic, functional, mechanical and aesthetic restoration for compromised anterior teeth, the number of ultraconservative treatment strategies and materials continues to grow. The practitioner is faced with many esthetic treatment modalities and products. The major disadvantage of this evolution is that it becomes increasingly difficult to make the appropriate choices in a given clinical situation. The availability of various treatment alternatives often allows for selection of an approach that conserves the maximum amount of intact tissue and which complies with the biomimetic principle - Bio-emulation TM. Treatment options should always first include the simplest procedures such as chemical treatments and freehand composites and then progress toward more sophisticated approaches such as laminate veneers.


Learning Objectives: 

  • the latest scientific discoveries about no-post no-crown restorations
  • the core values of biomimetic restorative dentistry
  • a review of ultraconservative approaches
  • important procedures to improve the success of your direct composite resin restorations
  • the possibilities of novel semi-indirect approaches using anterior customized CAD/CAM composite resins
  • the keys to the success of indirect ceramic restorations (wax-up, mockup, preparations, delivery).


26 March 2022

Objective and Subjective Criteria to Natural Oral Esthetics: From Checklist to Balance

The perception and definition of an esthetic smile is influenced by objective and subjective criteria. A tentative checklist for esthetic dentistry will be presented. This presentation will also demonstrate that beauty and charm is not defined by a mathematical equation or a standardized recipe but is rather a complex sum of balanced elements creating a positive emotional response.


Learning Objectives:

  • Identify 14 objectives criteria to natural oral esthetics.
  • Identify subjective interpretation leading to the concept of balance in the smile.
  • Learn how clinical procedures can be optimized to apply esthetic principals.

Pascal Magne DMD, PHD

DMD, MSc, PhD; Dr. Magne is the Don and Sybil Harrington Foundation Prof. of Esthetic Dentistry in the Division of Restorative Sciences, University of Southern California, Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry. He graduated from the University of Geneva Dental School, Switzerland (1989 DMD, 1992 MSc and 2002 PhD). He was a lecturer at the same university beginning in 1989 until 1997 (fixed prosthodontics and occlusion, operative dentistry and endodontics).

From 1997-1999, he was a Visiting Associate Prof. at the Minnesota Dental Research Center for Biomaterials and Biomechanics, University of Minnesota, School of Dentistry. From 1999-2004 he was a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Fixed Prosthodontics and Occlusion at the University of Geneva Dental School until he was recruited to the University of Southern California in 2004.   

Dr. Magne is a recipient of multiple awards (Swiss Science Foundation, Swiss Foundation for Medical-Biological Grants, 2002 Young Investigator Award from the International Association for Dental Research, 2007 and 2009 Judson C. Hickey Scientific Writing Award of the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry). He is also the author of numerous articles on esthetics and adhesive dentistry and is an internationally known mentor and lecturer. Dr. Magne authored the book Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition - A Biomimetic Approach which has been translated into twelve languages.

He is a founding member of the Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry and a mentor of the Bio-Emulation think-tank group. In 2012, he launched a revolutionary approach to the teaching of Dental Morphology, Function and Esthetics (the 2D/3D/4D approach) for freshman students at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC.

Contact :
Pracownia Pozytywnych Zmian
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