- Víctor Daniel Guerrero Munive, graduated from the National University of San Marco in 1996, studied oral rehabilitation at the Professional Improvement School – Dental College of Peru and at the Peruvian Society of Dental and Maxillofacial Prostheses.
- He studied at The Academy of R.V. Tucker Institute Seattle-Washington.
- Diploma in Oral Implantology at the Scientific University of the South
- Specialist in Oral Rehabilitation from the San Juan Bautista Private University.
- Professor of the Postgraduate Course in Oral Rehabilitation at the Universidad Particular San Juan Bautista (Lima)
- Speaker at national and international level in Oral Rehabilitation.
The Art of Saving Teeth – Postponing the need for Implants
With the increase in life expectancy of the world population and the large number of economically active older adults who require dental treatment, as well as the large number of systemically compromised geriatric patients who see an increased risk of root caries and disease periodontal; our profession faces a great challenge if we want to contribute to improving the quality of life of these populations.
Taking this perspective into account, one of our main objectives should be to avoid carrying out the first restorations in children and young patients with a high risk of caries through Prevention and Education as well as with Orthodontics to improve function and aesthetics instead of restorative procedures called “minimally invasive”.
Postponing the Restorative Cycle through repair instead of complete replacement of defective restorations, also placing special emphasis on changing unsuitable crowns in structurally compromised teeth to prolong their useful life in the mouth, postponing the need for implant placement in replacement of these.
We currently have a large number of Adhesive Techniques and Materials that can facilitate these procedures and objectives, but we often find it difficult to use them properly since control of the operative field becomes especially complicated in structurally compromised teeth.
During the development of the topic we will be able to show different alternatives that we have for the use of Absolute Isolation and its adaptations to optimize restorative procedures in the aforementioned clinical situations.