16 International Keynote Speakers
CV Jacqueline Surtea
Jacqueline finished dental school in 2011 at the University of Groningen. From that moment on, she settled as a general dentist in Rotterdam.
She started in 2014 her master CEPCD (Continuing Education Program in Comprehensive Dentistry) at the Oisterwijk Clinic, and passed her examinations in 2018.
This program gave her a helicopter view and handles to stay a manager in a complex dental treatment plan at several levels, besides being the practitioner for the restorative part.
Meanwhile she did a minor post-graduate training in endodontics at ACTA Amsterdam in 2016, and because of the interest and connection in the subjects ‘restorative, endodontics and periodontology’ she wrote her CEPCD thesis about root resorption.
Since 2019 she’s part of the team Proclin Rotterdam, and in particular the high-end dentistry in combination with general dentistry makes here a multi-purpose dentist; hardworking, reliable, clear in communication and honest.
She hopes to pass this on, with the most important message; do all the best but keep having fun and stay ‘down to earth’.
Autotransplantation, a viable option for patients of all ages
Manfred Leunisse, Edwin Eggink, Dick Barendregt, and Jacqueline Surtea
Autotransplantation is a widely used treatment option in the Scandinavian countries. The principle supporting the success of autotransplantation, is a vital periodontal ligament, as published over the last more than 50 years. This periodontal ligament provides a normal development of the surrounding tissues and adaptation to the natural growth of the patient. This in sharp contrast to dental implants, which fail to have these characteristics and are therefore not applicable for adolescents and young adults ór adult patient with a high remodeling rate.
In the past 20 years, due to the interdisciplinairy approach within the referral practice Proclin Rotterdam, comparable healing is achieved with autotransplantion of teeth with closed apices. When the proper guidelines are applied, closed apices turn out to be as successful as the open apices, on the short as well as on the long term. Factors like an optimal endodontic treatment (preferably before transplanting), early functional loading and infection control are the main parameters for success. Based on the clinical success, autotransplantation has become an indication for tooth replacement at all ages and, when applicable, preferrable over treatment with dental implants.