Awarded with the prize of YOUNG ESTHETICS 2009 KU64 Berlin/22.09.2009 – KU64 – dentist and periodontist Dr. med. Dent. Manoj Vadam MSc (master of science Periodontology) is this year’s winner of the award “YOUNG ESTHETICS” of the German society for aesthetic dental Heilkundezentrum e.V. (DGZ).
The award is awarded annually to young dental specialists for excellence in aesthetic dentistry. Dr. Yevgeni Viktorov of the red and white aesthetics presented a fully documented, interdisciplinary case for improving with digital images and the full situation and working models. The image documentation included the initial situation, the most important steps and the final situation. A written explanation of the therapy decision and the approach was also presented inter alia the diagnostic data, the pre-treatment (E.g. hygiene phase, PA treatment, functional therapy) and the differential therapeutic considerations of the supply. Dr.
Yevgeni Viktorov support team by KU64 since 2004 and enriched his knowledge to the specialist concept of now 14 dentists, Periodontists, implantologists, oral surgeons, Orthodontists and end Provincia in Berlin-Charlottenburg. His focus: Periodontics (treatment of gums, gum bone regeneration), implantology, dental conservation and aesthetics. “Curriculum vitae Dr. Yevgeni Viktorov 2003 approval at the Charite, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin 2003 guest stay at New York University, Department of Periodontology and implant dentistry 2004-2005 of research associate professors in the Department of dentistry at the Charite Hospital, dental clinic North 2006 promotion titled prevalence of apical Parodontitiden, frequency and quality of endodontic treatments in a population of Berlin” 2005-2007 curricular training in the field of Periodontology. Complete with certified activity focus Periodontology 2007-2009 study to the “master of science in Periodontology” at the German society of Periodontology 2009 master’s thesis on the topic of anabolic action of parathyroid hormone in the treatment of generalized aggressive periodontitis”