Ежегодный конгресс академии остеоинтеграции
(18-20 февраля 2016 г.)

Программа мероприятия
Утро с мастерами
M-1: Appropriate Interpretations of CBCT Scanning in Implant Dentistry: How to Avoid Missing Vital Information and Anatomy

Dale Miles, DDS, MS
As clinicians who adopted CBCT technology for surgical implant techniques, you are thrilled with the data for making your assessment of the proposed implant site more precise but did you really plan the patient\'s scan or did you delegate that procedure to a staff member? How involved are you in the acquisition portion of the image data? Should you be? Dr. Miles will discuss the need for actually planning the scan and how the selection of the appropriate software for implant planning can make your life simpler and easier. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) determine what exposure factors to select for an optimal scan; 2) identify artifacts that will degrade the scan quality; 3) view a simple, third-party software that will make their planning simple.

Curtis JansenM-2: Digital Restorative Dentistry

Curtis Jansen, DDS
Practitioners are constantly faced with how to retain their implant restorations. This lecture will review the status quo on when one should consider cementing or screwing down a restoration to an implant. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) explain the importance of retrievability with implant restorations; 2) identify the advantages and disadvantages of using screw and cement-retained implant restorations; 3) recognize future alternatives to cement and screw retained restorations; and 4) discuss the use of abutments with screw-retained and cement-retained restorations.

Chandur WadhwaniM-3: Controlling the Cementation Process

Chandur Wadhwani, MSD
Abutment design is rudimentary and based on 50-year old-tooth preparations and does not help the clinician. New abutment designs are now being developed using sophisticated computational fluid dynamics, finite element analysis and CAD/CAM modeling. This session will discuss how these designs are being developed and how they can be used the next time you cement implant crowns. Titanium is still the material of choice for biocompatibility and we will learn about its properties and their effect on your clinical practice. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) colorize titanium abutments to become esthetic simply cheaply to improve their color; 2) discuss the issues with healing abutments and how to better control the soft tissue attachments to implant abutments; 3) explain how to condition abutment surfaces improving micromechanical retention; and 4) determine which healing abutments to use, and how they protect the tissues during healing.

Steven LewisM-4: Rationale for All-on-4 Treatment

Steven Lewis, DMD
This presentation will review the development of the rationale behind the All-on-4 treatment for the edentulous patient. Concepts discussed will include the decision process for extracting vs. retaining teeth, the requirement for bone reduction, the determination of implant number and position, smile line evaluation, as well as other concerns. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) determine when it is beneficial to the patient to extract healthy teeth; 2) determine the need for bone reduction; 3) learn how to communicate the amount of bone reduction to the surgeon; and 4) discuss the importance of implant positioning vs. the number of implants.

Fouad KhouryM-5: Principles of Hard Tissue Grafting

Fouad Khoury, DMD, PhD
Autogenous bone graft is still the gold standard for the reconstruction of severe atrophy of the maxilla or the mandible. 2 and 3-dimensional bony defects need special surgical reconstruction procedures with autogenous bone grafts to ensure long-term functional and esthetical results. Biomaterials have their limitations and are not an alternative due to their poor regeneration potential. Autogenous bone graft harvested from intraoral sites, especially the retromolar area of the mandible, and used following the split bone block (SBB) technique, is offering many possibilities for intra-operative facilities and stable long-term results. Splitting the thick cortical block to 2 or 3 thin blocks is allowing the reconstruction of the larger atrophic crest and giving a better adaptation to the recipient site with individual determination of the width and the volume of the grafted area. Filling the space and gaps between the thin block and the remaining crest with particulate bone chips is reducing the time needed for revascularization of the graft thus improving its vitality compared to the original thick block. Many studies demonstrate that the reconstruction of the horizontal and vertical atrophied crest, with thin mandibular blocks in combination with particulate bone grafts (without any biomaterial or membrane), offer a stable peri-implant bone level over many years. Results on more than 1,381 grafting procedures for horizontal and vertical bone augmentation, present a low complication rate and show that changes of the volume of the grafted bone occurred up to one year after the grafting procedures and remains stable for more than 10 years. Limited bone resorptions were observed, especially when the bone block was grafted outside the bone contours, but without negative influence on the definitive treatment. Implants inserted in this grafted bone presented similar osseointegration as implants placed in non-grafted bone. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) determine a diagnosis, compare alternatives and provide a decision; 2) discuss the safe harvesting of bone blocks; 3) explain block grafting (SBB technique and biological concept); 4) create 3D reconstructions; and 5) describe soft tissue management for graft protection and soft tissue augmentation.

Patrick PalacciM-6: Soft Tissue Manipulation and Papillae Reconstruction around Implants for Optimal Esthetics

Patrick Palacci, DDS
Optimal placement is a key factor for success in soft tissue manipulation in order to optimize final esthetic results. Rationale for implant placement related with soft tissue enhancement will be presented as well as soft tissue techniques allowing predictable papillae reconstruction. Long-term results will be presented keeping in mind that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the objectives before surgery; 2) recreate a proper soft tissue environment; 3) explain the rationale for papillae reconstruction; and 4) explain how soft tissue esthetics is the key to success.

Alessandro PozziM-7: Strategies for Managing the Full Arch, Terminal Dentition

Alessandro Pozzi, DDS, PhD
The primary aims in modern implant dentistry are to ensure the health and safety of patients, while meeting their clinical and personal needs. Both patient demands and expectations have changed dramatically in the past couple of decades, so that only by utilizing cutting-edge technologies and the latest treatment protocols, are clinicians able to meet the needs of today’s patients. Ten years of scientifically proven experience and clinical follow-up in digital planning, guided surgery and CAD/CAM biomimetic restorations will be shared with the audience to support clinical protocols as well as practical tips and tricks. Case studies teaching method will demonstrate step-by-step how to face the challenge of the terminal dentition and complete edentulism. New surgical and prosthetic proof-of-concept techniques will be presented to carry on a minimally invasive predictable esthetic implant rehabilitation with immediate function. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss how to rehabilitate the terminal dentition and full edentulism; 2) discuss principles, scientific basis, benefits and risk factors related to full-arch immediate load implant prosthesis on straight and tilted implants; and 3) describe surgical and prosthetic proof of concepts to simplify the overall treatment in case of complete arch rehabilitation.

Nicola De AngelisM-8: Growth Factors for Soft Tissue Augmentation

Nicola De Angelis, DDS, DMSc
Current techniques on soft tissue augmentation are effective but highly invasive with low patient approval. The use of growth factors in combination with biomaterials can give predictable and long-term stable results. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss tissue biology; 2) identify specific clinical conditions suitable for augmentation; and 3) assess the proper technique for soft tissue augmentation.

Dehua-LiM-9: Fundamental Perspectives of Implant Esthetics - Presented in Mandarin (complimentary) 种植美学的基础与临床

Dehua Li, DMD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the importance of pre surgical workup and diagnostic studies to assess esthetics with the implant patient; 2.) provide surgical and prosthetic treatments properly to assure esthetic treatment outcomes; and 3) explain the risks associated with treating the esthetic zone with dental implants.

Steven EckertM-10: How to Get Your Paper Published (complimentary)

Steven Eckert, DDS, MS
Writing a scientific article can be a daunting task. Understanding the process of scientific writing may make this a more comfortable endeavor. This presentation will identify the reasons for writing and the ways in which an author should structure their article. From creating a rational purpose for the article through the various sections, the attendee will become familiar with the process of writing and submitting an article for publication. The review process will be discussed and the attendees will learn the likelihood that their submission would reach publication. Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the reasons for writing a scientific article; 2) differentiate among various types of articles; and 3) create a structure that matches that of the journal to which an article is submitted.

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1:30 - 2:00 pm
Clinical Outcomes with Immediate Loading of Zygomatic Implants in 188 Patients: a 10-Year Report

James Chow, MBBS, MDS
Upon completion of this presentation, the participants should be able to: 1) discuss the different surgical techniques for the placement of zygomatic implants; 2) describe how to carry out immediate loading with zygomatic implants; and 3) explain how to manage complications of zygomatic implants.

Bo Chen2:00 - 2:30 pm
Long-term Results after Lateral Sinus Floor Elevation: A Retrospective Analysis over 10 Years

Bo Chen, DDS, MD
Upon completion of this presentation, the participants should be able to: 1) formulate feasible treatment options of implant placements in the edentulous posterior maxilla with limited residual bone height and determine priority choice; 2) identify possible risk factors, especially anatomy related factors of LSFE by CBCT; and 3) explain how to prevent and treat complications especially postoperative infection at its early stage to achieve highly successful outcome.

Yiqun Wu3:00 - 3:30 pm
Dental Implant Management for Adult Ectodermal Dysplasia Patients with Extremely Atrophic Jaw

Yiqun Wu, PhD, MD
Upon completion of this presentation, the participants should be able to: 1) identify the extreme difficulties in functional and esthetic management for adult ectodermal dysplasia patients with dental implants; 2) discuss how the zygomatic implants work in the extremely atrophic maxilla of adult ectodermal dysplasia patients; and 3) explain some modifications, especially real-time navigation, in helping with zygomatic implant \'quad-approach\' to reduce potential risks.

Huiming Wang3:30 - 4:00 pm
Modified Sinus Floor Elevation Using Lateral Mini-Window Approach

Huiming Wang, DDS, MD, PhD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the lateral mini-window technique and its predictability in achieving adequate bone volume in the maxillary sinus; 2) compare this method with the traditional technique of creating a large lateral window; 3) explain the benefits of using the mini-window technique routinely in clinical practice.

Ye Lin4:00 - 4:30 pm
Immediate Implant and Restoration in Patients with Untreated Periodontitis

Ye Lin, DDS, MD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) recognize the indications of immediate implant and restoration for patients with untreated periodontitis; 2) define the surgical and prosthodontics differences between untreated periodontitis patients and edentulous patients in immediate implant restoration; and 3) achieve a predictable clinical result of immediate restoration in patients with untreated periodontitis.
4:30 - 5:00 pm


  • Организатор: DR
  • Дата проведения: 18-20 февраля 2016 г.
  • Тип мероприятия: Конгресс
  • Специализация: Имплантология
  • Место проведения: США, Сан-Диего,
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  • Запись по телефонам: 847-439-1919 / 800-656-7736
  • Эл.почта: academy@osseo.org
  • Веб сайт: meetings.osseo.org/

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