Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting

Advances in Clinical Implant Dentistry

September 14-15, 2018

Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD

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Featuring these topics and speakers:

SEE PROGRAM SCHEDULE - FRIDAY

Friday, September 14

8:00 – 10:00 am
Advanced Protocols for Converting Removable Dentures to Fixed Interim Prosthesis: A Review and Hands-on Course
Tony Prestipino, CDT, Certified Dental Technician in the Washington DC area

10:00 – 10:30 am
Refreshment Break

10:30 – noon
Advanced Protocols for Converting Removable Dentures to Fixed Interim Prosthesis: A Review and Hands-on Course (continued)
Tony Prestipino, CDT, Certified Dental Technician in the Washington DC area

1:30 – 3:30 pm
Socket Bone Grafting With and Without Biological Modifiers
Joseph Fiorellini, DMD, DMSc, Chair of the Department of Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania

3:30 – 4:00 pm
Refreshment Break

4:00 – 5:30 pm
Socket Bone Grafting With and Without Biological Modifiers (continued)
Joseph Fiorellini, DMD, DMSc, Chair of the Department of Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania

SEE PROGRAM SCHEDULE - SATURDAY

Saturday, September 15

7:00 – 8:00 am
Registration and Continental Breakfast

8:00 – 8:15 am
Welcome and Introduction:
James Taylor, DMD, MA, AO President
Mehrdad Favagehi, DDS, MS, Moderator

8:15 – 9:45 am
Innovative Strategies and Techniques in Ridge Augmentation
Edgar El Chaar, DDS, MS, Director of Postgraduate Periodontics Specialty Program at New York University

9:45 – 10:00 am
Questions and Answers and Refreshment Break

11:00 – 11:45 am
Occlusion and Dental Implants – What Gives?
Thomas Taylor, DDS, MSD, Head of the Department of Reconstructive Sciences at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine

11:45 am – noon
Questions and Answers and Discussions

Noon – 1:00 pm
Lunch

1:00 – 2:00 pm
Implant Overdenture: The Past, the Present and the Future
Eva Anadioti, DDS, MSc, Director of the Postgraduate Prosthodontics Specialty Program at the University of Pennsylvania

2:30 – 2:45 pm
Questions and Answers and Refreshment Break

2:45 – 4:15 pm
Bone Tissue Engineering
Maria Troulis, DDS, MSc, Chair of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Harvard University School of Dental Medicine

4:15 – 4:45 pm
Panel Discussions and Announcement of Top Three Posters Selected by the Audience

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Advanced Protocols for Converting Removable Dentures to Fixed Interim Prosthesis: A Review and Hands-on Course

Tony Prestipino, CDT, Certified Dental Technician in the Washington DC area

With the popularity of immediately loading dental implants growing you will learn how to convert an immediate denture into an immediate fixed temporary hybrid prosthesis in the same day as implant placement.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) Identify the correct implants parts to convert a denture to a fixed hybrid prosthesis; 2) utilize materials needed to convert a denture into a fixed hybrid prosthesis; and 3) convert a denture into a fixed immediately loaded hybrid.

HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: Socket Bone Grafting With and Without Biological Modifiers

Joseph Fiorellini, DMD, DMSc, Chair of the Department of Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify indications for socket preservation; 2) list the materials utilized for socket preservation; and 3) explain the surgical procedures for socket preservation.

Innovative Strategies and Techniques in Ridge Augmentation

Edgard El Chaar, DDS, MS, Director of Postgraduate Periodontics Specialty Program at New York University

The Ridge augmentation procedure and Implant dentistry have evolved over the years and became a corner stone in our treatment plan. With that, a widespread of practitioners have embarked on this journey raising the bar in demand and complications requiring a newer more creative thinking to fulfill the challenges. With the advent of technologies and material, a more predictable result is achievable in this ever changing environment.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to:1) describe the wound healing process in bone regeneration; 2) explain how 3-D printing is used to communicate and create a space needed in bone regeneration; and 3) discuss different techniques including titanium mesh with 100% allograft and allograft rings.

Occlusion and Dental Implants: What Gives?

Thomas Taylor, DDS, MSD, Head of the Department of Reconstructive Sciences at the University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine

The biomechanical basis for implant component design has evolved dramatically since the early days of implant dentistry. Changes in thread profile, surface treatment, materials, connector configurations and many other aspects have improved the strength, stability and esthetic outcome of implant supported restorations. Unfortunately, many of the assumptions dentists and dental implant manufacturers continue to work under are not based on scientific evidence and may, in fact, be erroneous. Issues such as axial vs. nonaxial loading, progressive loading, occlusal overload and occlusion related bone loss are areas of concern to the dentist who places and/or restores dental implants and will be the topic of this review.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) explain how the state of the science is relative to dental implants and occlusion; 2) differentiate between high and low risk factors associated with functional loading of dental implants; and 3) discuss how implant design and failure mode can be related.

Implant Overdenture: The Past, the Present and the Future

Eva Anadioti, DDS, MSc, Penn Dental Medicine, Director of the Postgraduate Prosthodontics Specialty Program at the University of Pennsylvania

Edentulism remains prevalent world wide and in the US. Treatment modalities to address this condition have changed over time. Implant retained overdenture has become commonly provided solution for completely edentulous patients. This presentation will discuss the history of overdentures, their current designs and future direction.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the history and evolution of implant retained overdenture; 2) identify and select implant retained overdenture designs and attachments; and 3) describe the future directions in the field of implant retained overdentures.

Bone Tissue Engineering

Maria Troulis, DDS, MSc, Chair of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Harvard School of Dental Medicine

This presentation will review distraction osteogenesis, as a minimally invasive alternative technique to bone harvesting/grafting procedures. Various applications of distraction osteogenesis will be described. As it is a form of in vivo bone engineering, the biology will be described. Ex vivo bone tissue engineering techniques will also be discussed.

Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) define distraction osteogenesis; 2) describe various applications of distraction osteogenesis and 3) describe alveolar distraction osteogenesis.

Hotel Accommodations

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Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD

Room Rate: $249/night (+$22/night resort fee & taxes)
BOOKING DEADLINE: August 24, 2018

Earn 13.75 ADA-CERP credits for both days

Description of ADA-CERP

Continuing Education Credit

The Academy of Osseointegration is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply an acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ada.org/cerp.

This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (CERP).

The Academy of Osseointegration designates this activity for 13.75 continuing education credits.

Credit is awarded and based on the following breakdown of credits for both days of the meeting:
Friday, September 14 – 7.0 credit hours per workshop
Saturday, September 14 – 6.75 credit hours

The formal continuing education program for the Academy of Osseointegration is accepted by the Academy of General Dentistry (Recognition #145608) for Fellowship/Mastership credit. The current term of acceptance extends from 5/1/2014 – 6/30/2018. The formal continuing education program for the Academy of Osseointegration is accepted by the Academy of General Dentistry (Recognition #145608) for Fellowship/Mastership credit.

The Academy of Osseointegration is the sole provider of continuing education and is responsible for the program content and faculty selection. The Academy assures that all continuing education presentations are independent of commercial influences.

In addition, the Academy of Osseointegration ensures that the scientific basis for clinical and technical CE content is presented in each course through a peer-review process. Speakers are also required to provide an assessment of the benefits and risks associated with any clinical recommendations or treatment options presented as well as provide references whenever possible.

Event Sponsors

Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting Corporate Sponsors

Alliance Implant Company
ART Dental Lab
Biohorizons
Geistlich
Hiossen
Implant Direct
Keystone
MIS Implants
Protech Dental Studios
Quintessence Publishing
Salvin Dental Specialties, Inc.
Zimmer Biomet