Carlo Monaco
City: Bologna, Italy
Academic qualifications: Dr., PhD, PhD
Specialization: implantology, dental material engineering
Current Position: Aggregate Professor and Director of the Master in Prostheses and Implant Prostheses with advanced Technologies at University of Bologna

What will he talk about?
Recent developments and the future of the digital workflow in implant dentistry
The new digital approach in prosthetic restorations on natural teeth and implants is a big challenge in prostodontics.
Innovative dental materials combine with the new technologies offer to the clinicians and patients new opportunities of treatment.
The lecture will be focused on the research data and on the clinical applications of the prosthetic treatments on natural teeth and implants with the new technologies.
During the lecture will be explained the clinical steps using a digital workflow starting to the intraoral scanner.
The digitalization process enhance the patient acceptance and offer to the digital dentist to use all the additive and subtractive technologies.

Who is Carlo Monaco?
Carlo Monaco is Aggregate Professor and Director of the Master in Prostheses and Implant Prostheses with advanced Technologies at Department of Biomedical and Neuromotor Science at University of Bologna, Italy.
He holds a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Bologna (1992). After graduation he had worked as a scholarship holder at the Division of Restorative Dentistry (1994-1996) and Prosthodontics and maxillo-facial rehabilitation (1996-2000) of the University of Bologna.
He spent three years (2000-2003) at Division of Cariology School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland for a Ph.D program.
In 2003 he was invited as a visiting researcher to the Division of Cariology School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva, Switzerland Director Prof. Ivo Krejci.
In 2000 he obtained the Master and in 2005 the Ph.D in Dental Materials at University of Siena.
He received several national (AIOP 2008; 2010) and international awards (ConsEuro; 2008; Rochette 2016).
He has held numerous continuing education courses in Italy and Europe.
He has also reviewer of several scientific journals. He published over 50 papers and book chapters on national and international journals.
In May 2013 he obtained a second Ph.D in Material Engineering at Faculty of Engineering at University of Bologna, Italy.