Dr. Eskitascioglu graduated from Ankara University Faculty of Dentistry in 1987. Eskitascioglu started his post-graduate education in the same year in Department of Prosthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Ankara University. In 1991, he assumed the “Doctor of Philosophy” title. He worked as an associate professor between the years 1996-2002 and then he became professor.

He worked as academic staff in Ankara University, Selçuk University and Gazi University. He is the founder of the 20th Faculty of Dentistry of Turkish Republic: YYU Faculty of Dentistry .He worked as a dean for 8 years. He also worked in Intercollegiate Coucillship, Associate Proffesorship, Expertness and Education comissions.

Prof. Dr. Gurcan Eskitascioglu has more than 100 scientific essays; which 60 of them were published in journals that entered Science Citation Index, and are about dental implants, dental fibers, adesive restorations, ceramics, digital dentistry, biomechanics and biomimetic dentistry. Also, his works have been referred to by many scientists. He has many national and international scientific works; including many conferences. Prof. Dr.Eskitascioglu has been a member of IAD, IADR, EPA. He is the president of ADD and general secretary of The Turkish Dental Association Academy.

Currently, Dr. Eskitaşçıoğlu works in a private clinic and provide training for Adhesive Dentistry, Implantology and Digital Dentistry at PI Academic Training Services Company in Ankara .

Paradigm in restorations of teeth with excessive material lost: From conventional to digital

Dentistry had always used current technologies successfully and had developed throughout its history. In the 21st century, the use of new digital technologies in our profession is at a level to create major changes, increasing productivity and success.

The nearly perfect software and hardware had started a new age: the digital age in dentistry. The proceeds of this new age are: they make our work faster, easier, more economic, more qualified and more predictable.

The first part of this conference will include restorations of teeth with excessive material lost by using conventional fiber reinforced direct restoration techniques. In the second part, there will be the clinical and academic studies that show which method and materials are suitable to create biomimetic and biomechanic restorations by using digital techniques. The last part will contain suggestions for cementation procedures.


Biomimetics: How close are we to the natural?


Biomimetic dentistry is defined as to copy what is natural, in the literature. Natural teeth have the most ideal qualities. The main objective while restoring damaged, broken, decayed and lost teeth is to regain them their original strength, function, and esthetics.

In this panel biomimetic approaches will be explained and discussed through the use of academic and clinic work on pedodontics, prosthodontics, restorative, and endodontics.