28-ая ежегодная конференция Академии Остеоинтеграции
(7-9 марта 2013 г.)

Программа мероприятия

Quality Evidence - Quality Treatment - Quality Outcomes

Thursday, March 7
1:00 - 5:00 pm
Translating Evidence Into Treatment Predictability: What Evidence Do We Have? What Do We Need?
Lyndon Cooper, DDS, PhD

Treatment predictability represents one of the hallmarks of osseointegration. This presentation will examine the current status of dental implant therapy and attempt to interrogate the levels of treatment predictability that exists for these different therapies. The scientific, practical, and ethical issues that are important to clinicians and patients will be enumerated.

Practical and Predictable Surgical Approaches in the Esthetic Zone: Multiple Challenges
Daniel Buser, DDS, DMD

This lecture will present the surgical approaches in the esthetic zone, which have been developed at the University of Bern, offering successful outcome with high predictability. Aspects such as timing of surgical interventions, selection of biomaterials and required healing periods will be discussed.

The Dental Implant: What Are the "Right" Implants for Today's Indications? Surfaces, Connections and Flexibility
Clark Stanford, DDS, PhD

The process of tooth replacement with dental implants is a synergistic outcome of diagnosis, site development, implant design, surgical procedure and prosthetic rehabilitation. The predictability of this process is becoming enhanced through the applications of new technologies expanding on our long-established protocols for implant therapy.

Implant Dentistry: The Interdisciplinary Advantage
Richard Roblee, DDS, MS; Edward Allen, DDS; Robert Winter, DDS

Even though dental specialties have been around for over a century, a true interdisciplinary approach to comprehensive patient care has only been practiced for the last couple of decades. In that time frame, major advancements have been made both in the techniques used by each discipline and in the sophistication of the interdisciplinary collaboration. Certainly, dental implants are one of those major advancements. This presentation will focus on utilizing an interdisciplinary approach to maximize comprehensive results in implant dentistry.

Friday, March 8
8:00 - 9:00 am

Restoring Adjacent Missing Teeth in the Esthetic Zone
Peter Wohrle, DMD, MMSc

Replacing adjacent teeth in the esthetic zone with implant-supported restorations often leads to disappointment for the patient and provider. Over the years, different treatment options and implant designs have evolved, trying to address problematic issues. This program outlines the various treatment approaches in diagnosis and treatment planning, and offers prosthetic options to solve some of the obvious problems.

Contemporary Esthetic Restorations for Dental Implants and the Relationship Between Dentist and Technician
Robert Winter, DDS

An interdisciplinary approach to treat patients requiring implant dentistry is the key to a successful outcome. A member of this team is the dental technician. There is an ever increasing need for the technician to understand the clinical implication of the design of the implant abutment and materials used, for both the abutment and the definitive restoration.

De-Mystifying Implant Overdentures
Robert Vogel, DDS

This fast-moving clinical based presentation, designed for private practice, will provide a systematic approach to diagnosis and treatment of the fully and partially edentulous patient with removable prosthesis, including overdentures and implant-retained removable partial dentures.

Coordinated Care and Occlusal Development for the Complex Periodontal/Prosthetic/Dental Implant Reconstruction
Kenneth Malament, DDS, MScD

This session will present a collaborative approach to patient care including the management of cases compromised by prosthetic challenges with loss of vertical dimension, periodontal treatment planning decisions regarding when to save the tooth versus place an implant, and the challenge of bone reconstruction in preparation for dental implant therapy.

The Role of Orthodontics in Interdisciplinary Diagnosis and Therapy
Richard Roblee, DDS, MS

This presentation will focus on an interdisciplinary approach to diagnosing the fundamental components of complex problems and managing them by combining traditional orthodontic therapies with new treatment options to ideally address the underlying issues and more predictably achieve success.

Digital Solutions for the Implant Surgeon
Jay Beagle, DDS, MSD

This presentation will explore the current scientific literature regarding digital implant surgery and will focus on applying that information and streamlining clinical procedures from initial diagnosis to implant placement. Special emphasis will be given to technology for immediate implant surgery.

The Surgical Algorithm: From Tooth Removal to Implant Placement
James Ruskin, DMD, MD

This presentation will outline the decision-making process for planning dental implant therapy. Decision algorithms will be presented to cover the most common clinical situations concerning extraction timing, site preparation and dental implant placement.

Loading Options for the Edentulous Maxilla
Robert Jaffin, DMD; Jorge Barrios, DDS

This course will demonstrate a rationale treatment approach in expediting treatment in the edentulous maxilla where the remaining teeth are slated for extraction and a full arch restoration is planned. Utilizing the team approach as well as the parameters for immediate placement and loading will be discussed.

Comprehensive Surgical Options in the Anterior Maxilla
Michael Pikos, DDS

This presentation will focus on integrating digital imaging technology with hard and soft tissue regenerative protocols to rehabilitate the compromised anterior maxilla. The use of autografts, allografts, and xenografts along with bioactive modifiers and nonresorbable and a resorbable mess will be covered. The spectrum of extraction site to 3D defect management will be covered.

Managing Various Biotypes in the Esthetic Zone
Farhad Boltchi, DMD, MS

This presentation wil outline the advantages, disadvantages, indications, and contraindications of treatment options as they relate to the various periodontal biotypes in order to achieve the most predictable and long-term stable esthetic result.

Periodontics and Prosthodontics - Working Together Towards Success
Robert Levine, DDS

This presentation will involve treatment of complex interdisciplinary cases with concentration on periodontal plastic and reconstructive techniques to aid in the final prosthetic result.

Digital Clinical Photography - Why and How To
Frank Lozano, DMD

This session will provide information on the basic components in a good intraoral camera system as well as operation and control instructions for intraoral photography. Methods of operation and controls will be covered as well as basic composition for effective team communication and implementation of workflow.

Friday, March 8
9:00 am - Noon

Managing the Complex Extraction Site
Craig Misch, DDS, MDS

This presentation will discuss the diagnostic, surgical and prosthetic management of the complex extraction site. The use of cone beam computed tomography will be discussed in the preoperative evaluation of the site. Key diagnostic parameters will be reviewed that guide decisions on planning for implant prostheses.

Mesh/Graft/BMP/Stem Cell Enriched Options
Robert Marx, DDS

Today's dental practitioners can avail themselves of a readily available source of mesenchymal stem cells. Platelet Rich Plasma concentrations or via simplified bone marrow aspirate concentrates, together with recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein and a scaffold of cancellous allogenic bone predictable bone regeneration can be accomplished.

Options for Grafting the Maxillary Sinus
Paul Fugazzotto, DDS

This presentation will discuss the indications, contraindications, and limitations of different treatment approaches and materials for use in a maxillary posterior region which presents with significant sinus pneumatization. The definitions of success following such treatment will also be explored and redefined.

Periodontal Plastic Procedures for Implant Patients
Eduardo Lorenzana, DDS, MS

This course will present concepts and techniques that can have a profound impact on esthetic treatments involving dental implants. Among the procedures to be discussed will be connective tissue grafting, crown lengthening for esthetics, peri-implant soft tissue sculpting, hard and soft-tissue augmentation, and immediate implant placement.

Regenerative Options for Compromised Implant Sites
Robert Miller, DMD

This discussion will focus on the choices that we have as surgeons when employing guided bone regeneration as a treatment modality. Evidence based research and clinical cases will aid clinicians in developing appropriate treatment protocols in both one and two stage GBR procedures.

Managing the Complex Maxillary Arch
Hideaki Katsuyama, DDS, PhD

Posterior maxilla is known as compromised sites in implant dentistry. Sinus floor elevation is well documented and numerous publications support scientific evidences and efficacy of the methods. On the other hand, posterior maxilla has unique anatomic specificity and various different situations. To handle such compromised situations, sinus floor elevation procedures (SFE) are well chosen for implant placement with bone augmentations. In this lecture, well documented diagnosis and treatment concepts will be described. Selection of surgical procedures, timing of implant placements and complications will also be discussed.

Dental Implants and Luting Cements: Role of the Implant Surgeon
Thomas Wilson, Jr., DDS

This session will discuss the relationship between excess cement around dental implants and peri-implant disease.

Friday, March 8
9:00 am - Noon

Planning Treatment for Patients with Esthetic Demands
Brody Hildebrand, DDS, MS

This program is designed for experienced restorative teams wishing to optimize esthetic and functional restorative driven solutions to minor and complex dental problems. Emphasis will be placed on esthetic diagnosis and the treatment planning development relating to implant restorative options for various areas of the mouth.

Implant Dentistry in the Digital Age: Where Are We Heading and Why?
Ronald Jung, DMD

This session will discuss the clinical procedure of computer-assisted implant dentistry, the link to the digital workflow, the clinical indications and the accuracy and clinical performance of computer applications for implant diagnosis and surgery.

Short Implants or Grafts? When, Why and How?
Hans-Peter Weber, DMD

In this presentation, the benefits and risks of alveolar ridge augmentation to accommodate dental implants are compared with those of short implants. Long-term outcomes for both treatment approaches will be discussed and indications for one or the other described.

Managing Complications in the Edentulous Patient
Steven Parel, DDS

This presentation will review methods employed for rescue with primary loss of single and multiple implants in both jaws. Protocol suggestions for the most efficient management strategies will also be covered.

Loading Protocols for Edentulous Patients
German Gallucci, DMD

This lecture focuses on clinically relevant guidelines for loading protocols in implant/prosthetic rehabilitations. In this context, treatment regulators such as implant site, implant size and shape, implant surface, implant allocation, primary stability, loading procedures, etc. will be analyzed according to their role in successfully achieving osseointegration with modified loading protocols.

Loading Options for Partially Edentulous Patients
Mario Roccuzzo, DDS

When a severe defect is present, a thorough diagnosis and a careful selection among various bone-grafting techniques can, in most cases, produce long-term results, with reduced treatment times. Advantages and disadvantages of a submerged approach will be discussed. Several cases to illustrate how to reduce the overall treatment time with limited risk for major complications will be presented.

Ceramic Materials and Implant Dentistry: Special Considerations
J. Robert Kelly, DDS, PhD

This session will investigate how ceramics are used in implant dentistry, what they are and what we know about their performance.

Friday, March 8
1:30 - 5:00 pm

Is Change a Good Thing? Contemporary Regenerative and Surgical Options

Digital Planning Options for the Implant Surgeon
Jay Beagle, DS, MSD

This presentation will offer a basic introduction to digital planning options available to the implant surgeon, discussing various types of software available, and specifically how features of digital planning software are utilized to assist the surgeon to more efficiently and predictably achieve better clinical results with less stress.

Stereolithographic Planning and Treatment Options
Paul Glick, DDS, MS

This presentation will demonstrate the use of medical models as a platform to produce provisional implant restorations, as well as single unit definitive restorations. By reversing engineering, it is possible to laboratory-fabricate surgical guides to enable guided implant surgery with sufficient accuracy to enable both implant placement and single tooth definitive restoration in a single visit.

Guided Surgical Options for Edentulous Patients
Richard Nejat, DDS

A new paradigm in implant dentistry is being developed. The goal in implant dentistry has now shifted to delivering an esthetic implant-supported restoration in as short a time as possible using a minimally invasive method. With the advances in digital dentistry, this new paradigm is a reality. Computer-guided dental implant techniques allow for a predictable placement of implants in the edentulous patient. Various treatment options using computer guided templates will be presented, demonstrating the clinical beliefs of this modality.

When to Place Grafts and When to Place Implants
Donald Clem, DDS

This presentation will present the rationale behind why successful implant therapy depends on predictable and maintainable osseointegration, proper implant position to achieve restorative goals, and applying adequate hard and soft tissue volumes to achieve esthetic outcomes.

Options When It Absolutely, Positively Has to Work
Marc Nevins, DMD, MMSc

The ability to achieve predictable results is paramount to success especially when providing esthetic therapy to sites deficient in hard or soft tissue. An accurate diagnosis and precise treatment plan can guide the therapeutic process. 3-Dimensional diagnostics with Cone-Beam CT Scan will provide accurate assessment of the available bone in relation to the planned restoration visualized with a barium stent. The surgical therapy is then planned appropriately for implant placement or additional procedures as required such as bone grafting (with biologic agents such as growth factors), soft tissue grafting, or guided surgery.

Management of Soft Tissues: The Restorative Perspective
Scott Keith, DDS, MS

This presentation will demonstrate how to incorporate various technologies such as patient planning and presentation software, Cone Beam CT, radiographic guides and surgical templates, guided implant surgery, digital intra-oral impressions and CAD/CAM abutments. To ensure optimal treatment outcomes, new product developments and innovations will also be highlighted. This presentation will also introduce the clinical protocols necessary to achieve and maintain predictable esthetic implant restorations for partially edentulous patients in a private practice setting.

Friday, March 8
1:30 - 5:00 pm

Is Change a Good Thing? Contemporary Planning and Restorative Options

Edentulous Arches: Is the Conventional Approach Still the Gold Standard?
Steven Barter, BDS

This presentation will reflect on the long-term results of the traditional approach to restoration of edentulous arches: the restoration-driven placement of multiple implants that are left to heal for a conventional period of time before loading in comparison to more aggressive placement and loading protocols. Discussion will also include suggestions for when the "good old fashioned way" may still be relevant.

The All-On-Four Experience: Planning, Progress and Pitfalls
Steven Parel, DDS

This presentation will review the present state of the "All on Four" approach, along with a complication-based protocol for minimizing pitfalls at the treatment of planning stage.

Accelerated Placement and Loading Options for Edentulous Patients: When to Hit the Gas and When to Hit the Brakes!
Robert Jaffin, DMD

This lecture will focus on the parameters for loading implants in various clinical situations in the edentulous maxilla. The biologic and clinical rationale for "when to hit the gas and when to hit the brakes" will be explained. Complications associated with immediate and delayed loading will be addressed as well as how they were handled.

Digital Restoration Planning and Information Transfer
David Gratton, DDS, BSc, MS

Digital dentistry? It's here to stay. The landscape of implant dentistry is changing rapidly, thanks to the ever-increasing variety of digital technologies that are replacing the analog techniques with which we are so comfortable.

Digital Implant Dentistry: New Technology for Teeth and Implants
Frank Higginbottom, DDS

Today, dentists have the option of incorporating digital technology to actually improve the treatment of patients. From digital radiographs and digital record keeping to cone beam CT's, this session will discuss the new technologies to perform digital planning for implants, digital placement, digital impressions and CAD/CAM restorations.

Digital Restorations in Implant Dentistry
German Gallucci, DMD

The translation from digital (CBCT, intraoral scanning, and laboratory scanners) into the clinical field opens up countless treatment possibilities at the surgical and prosthodontics levels. This session will serve as an update on implant-prosthodontic workflows to successfully achieve a full digital approach to implant dentistry.

Saturday, March 9
8:00 am - Noon

Peri-Implantitis: Today's Diagnosis and Treatment Options
Lisa Heitz-Mayfield, BDS, MDSc, Odont Dr

This presentation will outline the criteria for making a correct clinical diagnosis of peri-implantitis. Anti-infective treatment protocols for management ranging from non-surgical to surgical/regenerative approach will be presented. The question of when and how an implant should be removed will also be addressed.

Contemporary Regenerative Options
Nikolaos Donos, DDS, MS, PhD

In this presentation, a series of pre-clinical studies will be critically appraised and the healing potential of the GBR principle with or without the combined use bone grafts under different conditions will be evaluated. Different factors that might affect the healing outcome following regenerative procedures and specific critical points of the GBR procedure will be presented and linked to possible clinical scenarios.

Mandibular Bone Blocks in Alveolar Augmentation:
Indications and Limitations
Luca Cordaro, DDS, MD, PhD

Several augmentation techniques have been described and proposed. It is difficult for the clinician to establish indications for each augmentation technique. This presentation will discuss the possible indication for alveolar bone augmentation with the use of onlay blocks harvested from the mandible.

Implant Options in Infected Sites
Nardy Casap, DMD, MD

This session will review the literature regarding the influence of periodontal and periapical infection on implant placement, and will challenge the conventional conservative concept. Extreme cases with extensive infections with over eight years follow-up will be presented and a detailed protocol will be outlined.

Increased Diameter Implants: Indications and Advantages
Costa Nicolopoulos, BDS, FFD (SA) MFOS

This presentation will demonstrate how, with the use of increased diameter implants, it is possible to minimize grafting procedures while at the same time maximizing implant treatment. In particular, the use of site specific molar replacement implants allow for molar extraction, immediate wide diameter implant placement without grafting and in selected cases, immediate loading.

Identification and Management of Peri-Implant Disease
Pam McClain, DDS

Implant therapy has enhanced treatment options for patients and improved our ability to provide optimal care. Initial studies implied that implants were impervious to "periodontal" type disease. However current data suggests that peri-implant disease may be more common than origially thought. This program will review criteria to evluate implants once they are restored and establish parameters to identify treatment decisions.

Use of BMP's in the Contemporary Practice
Barry Levin, DMD

This presentation will cover the practical implementation of rhBMP-2 in clinical periodontal/implant surgical offices. Rationale, scientific support, and clinical applications will be presented. Accelerated osseous regeneration in sinus grafts and ridge augmentations will be the main focus in this presentation, even though a brief discussion about socket augmentation in compromised patients will be presented. The speaker's publications using rhBMP-2 will be presented, including a procedure meant to serve as an alternative to block grafting.

Current Trends in Dental Implant Design and the Impact on Esthetics: A Scientific and Clinical Evaluation
Sonia Leziy, DDS

Many advances in implant design have improved implant stability, allowing shorter integration periods and accelerated restoration protocols. Similarly, new designs for enhanced post-restoration crestal bone levels and unique scaffolding designs for peri-implant gingival tissues potentially impact the esthetic success of treatment. This presentation will explore the rationale for these 'state-of-the-art' implant innovations, the current literature conclusions and the clinical influence on esthetics.

Saturday, March 9
8:00 am - Noon

Contemporary Restorative Options for the Edentulous Arch
Arne Boeckler, DMD, PhD

This presentation will focus on planning and managing the treatment of the edentulous mandible and maxilla. A contemporary overview of available attachments systems for use with dental implants and implant-assisted prostheses will be provided and clinical criteria for system selection will be identified and described.

Restorative Implant Options for the Complex Patient
Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT

This presentation will discuss the challenges of replacing missing teeth inside the esthetic zone. High esthetic expectations and the addition of implant therapy have only increased the challenge. It is therefore necessary for clinicians and technicians to fully understand all the available options as well as where, when and how to best utilize them.

The Keys to Successful Implant-Assisted Restorations in the Esthetic Zone
Christopher Evans, BDS

This presentation will review the important biologic parameters which influence the ability to achieve an ideal implant retained restoration in the esthetic zone. The relevance of published literature in relation to these parameters will be discussed and reviewed. Various clinical techniques such as timing of implant placement, submergence contour, implant type and abutment form will be considered as a determinant of the final outcome.

Digital Treatment Options for Implant-Assisted Restoration
Markus Blatz, DMD, PhD

This presentation will introduce and discuss current options for digital technologies for esthetic and functional success with implant-supported restorations based on the most recent scientific evidence.

The Real Cost of Digital Options in Practice
Brody Hildebrand, DDS, MS

This lecture will look at a few non-corporate specific big ticket items a practitioner or a team may be currently considering to purchase and aid the clinician seeking to cut through to the bone in regards to the real costs involved. Not just purchasing and installing a new piece of technological advancement, but taking into consideration the facility costs, the manpower costs, the "doctor time" costs, and unforeseen fees that may elude the potential purchaser. The financial impact is merely one aspect to understand in order to accurately assess and plan for the success of your practice.

Digital Planning and Treatment Options for Implant Dentistry: Are You Impressed Yet?
David Gratton, DDS, BSc, MS

Today's era of digital dentistry has brought an evolution of new diagnostic and treatment planning modalities for implant dentistry, none more prevalent than digital impressioning and radiographic technology. Combined, these technologies initiate the digital workflow for the virtual implant patient. Exploring these digital technologies will result in familiarity with their capabilities, advantages, and disadvantages and will prepare us to answer the ultimate question: Does the scientific evidence support the routine clinical use of these emerging technologies for the virtual implant patient?

Influence of Ridge and Implant Architecture on Esthetic Predictability
Stephen Chen, BDS, MDSc, PhD

Achieving predictable esthetic outcomes with implant therapy depends upon a proper diagnosis of site-related factors. This ensures that appropriate steps can be taken to preserve the existing structures and reconstruct the missing hard and soft tissues. This lecture will address site-related and implant design factors that are important for achieving predictable esthetics.

Saturday, March 9
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Fixed Dental Implant Treatment of the Edentulous Patient: Current Concepts and Techniques
Aldo Leopardi, BDS, DDS, MS

Dental implant therapy for the completely edentulous patient is a treatment modality with the potential of significantly improving the quality of the rest of their lives. However, in order to accomplish consistent and predictable treatment outcomes, an understanding of the fundamental principles is required of implant biomechanics, prosthetic design, surgical and treatment planning considerations. This presentation's objective is to bring all of these factors into perspective through an understanding of the current literature, laboratory considerations and explore how this relates to clinical practice. The focus will be on restoration of the edentulous maxilla and mandible with fixed/rigid prostheses.

The Role of the Dental Technician in Modern Interdisciplinary Esthetic Dentistry - Treatment Planning and Communication Tools
Christian Coachman, DDS, CDT

This session will review the latest developments in implant dentistry and discuss how to incorporate new techniques and materials into your best practices armamentarium on an on-going basis. Topics include developing team approach to treatment planning process, target-oriented communication protocols to establish smooth workflow, and the various treatment steps from the technician's perspective.

Exploring the Esthetics of Multiple Implant Varieties
Luke S. Kahng, CDT

This lecture will clearly illustrate a variety of full mouth implant restoration solutions. Selections will involve a hybrid bar with a denture, titanium hybrid bar porcelain fused to metal bridge, UCLA with high noble bridge and full zirconia hybrid integration crowns.

Fabrication of Full-Arch Prostheses with CAD/CAM Technologies
Richard Napolitano, CDT

This presentation will discuss the fabrication of full-arch prostheses with CAD/CAM technologies including patient care, workflow, materials and methods.

Saturday, March 9
2:00 - 5:00 pm

Where Are We Today and What Does the Future Hold?

Contemporary Implant-Assisted Options for Patients with High Esthetic Demands: Where Are We Today and Where Will We Be Tomorrow?
Urs Belser, DMD

Various clinical approaches for the replacement of extracted teeth with implant-supported restorations have emerged in recent years. This presentation will focus on long-term data of anterior implants, specifically addressing esthetic parameters. Based on these results, the rationale for an early placement/early loading concept will be discussed in detail, comprising the related pre-operative analysis decision making process and clinical/laboratory step-by-step procedures.

What Was, What Is and What Will Be: The Evolving Role of Team in Implant Dentistry
David Garber, DMD; Henry Salama, DMD; Maurice Salama, DMD

This presentation will focus on a defined algorithm for the interdisciplinary team of the restorative dentist, periodontist and orthodontist to successfully reconstruct the soft tissue foundation for all of these restorative options in anterior tooth replacement. The diagnosis of deficiencies as well as the varied treatment options will be discussed in detail.

Peri-Implant Tissues in the Esthetic Zone: What Do We Really Know and What Can We Realistically Achieve?
Joseph Kan, DDS, MS

This presentation will focus on current implant treatment philosophies and methodologies for peri-implant tissue management in the esthetic zone. Equal emphasis will be placed on the diagnosis and treatment planning, surgical, prosthetic management of soft and hard tissue for optimal anterior implant esthetics.

The Evolving Role of Radiology in Improving Treatment Predictability in Implant Therapy
William Scarfe, BDS, MS

This presentation will discuss the evolving role of radiology - in particular CBCT surgical templates, as well as the implant bourne prosthesis itself. It will provide a closer look at how CBCT imaging will provide the 3D framework for implant therapy totally within the digital domain, thereby improving treatment predictability.

  • Организатор: DR
  • Дата проведения: 7-9 марта 2013 г.
  • Тип мероприятия: Конференция
  • Специализация: Имплантология
  • Место проведения: США, Tampa, Tampa Convention Center
  • Стоимость участия: 1130 долларов (после 11 февраля)
  • Запись по телефонам: 847-439-1919
  • Эл.почта: Meetings@osseo.org
  • Веб сайт: www.osseo.org/events/meetings/2013/index.html

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