Northeastern Gnathological Society весенний научный семинар
(10 мая 2019 г.)

Программа мероприятия
8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast with Sponsors

8:45 AM - Opening Remarks

9:00 AM - Patrick Rutten, MDT

10:15 AM - Coffee Break

10:45 AM - Ben Miraglia, DMD

12:30 PM - Luncheon and Business Meeting

1:30 PM - Feredoun Daftary, DDS, MSc

2:50 PM - Justin Kolnick, DDS

4:00 PM - Cocktail Reception with Sponsors

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Spring Scientific Seminar
Friday May 10th, 2019
Chelsea Piers, NY
Pier Sixty - Get Directions

Schedule of Events
8:00 AM - Registration and Continental Breakfast with Sponsors

8:45 AM - Opening Remarks

9:00 AM - Patrick Rutten, MDT

10:15 AM - Coffee Break

10:45 AM - Ben Miraglia, DMD

12:30 PM - Luncheon and Business Meeting

1:30 PM - Feredoun Daftary, DDS, MSc

2:50 PM - Justin Kolnick, DDS

4:00 PM - Cocktail Reception with Sponsors

“Modern Day Dental Techniques in Esthetic Restorations With or Without Implants”

Speaker: Mr. Patrick Rutten, MDT

This presentation will outline the prosthetic concepts of the management of implants in the esthetic zone for long term esthetics and stability. The emphasis will be on the understanding and application of biologic factors and technologies that influence our treatment outcomes. The true challenge in achieving an esthetic outcome does not lie in tooth-colored ceramic layering alone, but in bringing pink and white esthetics

into harmony. Ceramic materials are the materials of the future. Restorations will be manufactured metal-free, in all ceramic materials. Zirconia is playing a large role in this new restorative paradigm. Zirconia opens many doors for esthetic implant-supported

restorations. Modern CAD/CAM technologies are finally able to ensure consistent quality and precision of metal-free restorations. An interdisciplinary approach, with the dental technologist as a key member of the treatment team, is instrumental in providing optimal

patient case management. This will be demonstrated by examining cases ranging from single-tooth to complex full mouth restorations.

Course Objectives:

To appreciate and be able to manage an integrated digital workflow

Digital communication between laboratory technician and clinician

About the Speaker:

Mr. Patrick Rutten and his brother Luc Rutten, graduated in dental technology at the Dental Technician School “Annessens” in Brussels, Belgium. After receiving their Master Degrees, they moved to Cologne, Germany to specialize in different milling techniques and ceramic

layering techniques.

They lecture regularly all over Europe, Australia, India, Israel, Japan, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Latin American and the USA.

In addition to numerous publications in international dental journals on a regular basis in the field of esthetics, implantology and esthetics in general, the brothers Rutten are co-authors of several text books and authored the books “Implant Esthetics” and “C, B and I: The Art of Harmony”. The brothers maintain a dental laboratory in Tessenderlo, Belgium, dedicated to ceramic restorations and esthetic implantology. They are both active members of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and the International Academy for Digital Dental Medicine.

“Connecting the Dots Between Malocclusion and Sleep Disordered Breathing”

Speaker: Ben Miraglia, DMD

While Sleep Disordered Breathing is underdiagnosed, the awareness of it is growing. We recognize the high levels of malocclusion in patients but we often miss the connection to how unhealthy our patients may be.

This course will connect the dots from malocclusion to the everyday symptoms that patients are struggling with. Finally, collaborative treatment options will be discussed.

Course Objectives:

Understand the history and origins of malocclusion

Identify the differences between nasal and mouth breathing

Understand the symptoms of Sleep Disordered Breathing

Understand the role of an Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist

Understand how collaborative treatment can impact the overall health and well-being of our patients

About the Speaker:

Dr. Ben Miraglia graduated from the SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. He has 26 years general practice experience in Mt. Kisco, NY, including 15 years interceptive orthodontic experience where his focus has been on early childhood growth and development. Dr.

Miraglia lectures nationally on childhood sleep disordered breathing and its impact on early childhood growth and development.

Dr. Miraglia holds faculty positions with Align Technology and is on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Physiological Medicine and Dentistry. He is on the President’s Council of Northern Westchester Hospital in Mt. Kisco, NY. Dr. Miraglia is recognized as a

“Leader in Continuing Education” by Dentistry Today magazine since 2015.

“Craniofacial Growth and Implant Esthetics”

Speaker: Fereidoun Daftary, DDS, MSc

Growth can be defined as an increase in size or dimension. Growth begins in early cellular development, and continues through birth and adolescence. The progressive growth of the skeletal structure notably slows as one approaches adulthood, while body mass may

continue to increase or decrease into adulthood. Other processes, such as hair and nails, continue to grow throughout life. Growth is also defined as continued development. This is a much slower process that continues throughout adulthood. From a visibly measurable

perspective from year-to-year, the increase in size or dimensional growth through infancy and childhood is obvious; through adulthood, continued development is subtle.

The visibly obvious growth of an infant through adulthood is a factor of bones increasing in size with a corresponding development of organs, nervous system and skin. In adulthood, it is known that bone not only continues to remodel, but also to locally grow at a cellular level, evidenced by its ability to close gaps of fractures or osseous defects.

For tooth replacement in children and adolescents, the clinical significance of growth of the skull and mandible has been identified. Due to the ankylotic nature of dental implants, their use may not be recommended in growing patients. Growth during adulthood has not been

a factor often considered for restorative treatment planning with dental implants regarding long term outcome. Until most recently, the relationship of craniofacial growth in the adult patient and dental implants has been absent from the dental literature. This phenomenon

has gone unrecognized in part because these changes take many years to manifest. In the past, such clinical observations were absent from the literature due to short observation periods, or they were simply overlooked or dismissed as artifacts. Now, with decades of

past treatment observation of single tooth and partially edentulous implant restorations, it is becoming apparent that for some people there are occlusal, periodontal and esthetic ramifications of this subtle continued development defined as growth through adulthood.

It has been reported in certain adult patients for whom growth had been assumed to have stopped, that ongoing subtle growth will have a profound impact on both functional and esthetic outcomes of implant restorations.

Course Objectives:

The purpose of this presentation is to alert the dental profession to the long term effects of continued craniofacial growth of adults and potential implications for

Intra-arch stability of teeth relative to implant restorations
Inter-arch occlusal stability involving natural teeth opposing implant restorations

Anterior esthetic stability of implant restorations relative adjacent teeth and supporting periodontium

About the Speaker:

Dr. Fereidoun Daftary received his DDS from the National University of Iran and has done post-graduate training in prosthodontics at Boston University. He has held a position as an Assistant Professor at New York University and was Chair of the Department of Fixed

Prosthodontics at the University of Southern California School of Dentistry for several years. Dr. Daftary has lectured nationally and internationally on various dental topics. He has also developed and patented the Anatomic Abutment and Bio-Esthetic System & AIS. He has

maintained a private practice in Beverly Hills, CA.

“The Endodontic Dilemma”

Speaker: Justin Kolnick, DDS

Emerging trends in endodontics have presented the endodontist with a clinical predicament: while the concept of minimally invasive endodontics is widely accepted by the specialty as a step in the right direction, the limitations placed on the endodontist by

tooth structure preservation have widely gone unheeded. These restrictions have further complicated the treatment of apical periodontics by impeding access to the apical third of root canal systems.

This presentation will focus on these emerging trends and will present a treatment philosophy that addresses this incipient dilemma: whether to strengthen the tooth by preserving tooth structure, and in so doing, restrict access to the most critical part of the root canal system.

Course Objectives:

Review emerging trends in endodontics

Focus on the concept of Minimally Invasive Endodontics and how it impacts tooth fracture resistance

Emphasize anatomical and significant clinical complications facing endodontists in daily practice

Present a treatment philosophy, Radical Apical Cleansing, that underscores the role of laser-assisted concepts in endodontics

About the Speaker:

Dr. Justin Kolnick received his BDS cum laude from the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa. He was awarded the prestigious University Scholarship for Overseas Postgraduate Study. Dr. Kolnick completed his postdoctoral endodontic training at Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery in New York City.

For the past 36 years, Dr. Konlick has been in private practice limited to endodontics in Westchester County, NY. For the past ten years,

Dr. Kolnick has incorporated lasers into his practice and is widely recognized as a world authority on laser applications in endodontics. Dr. Kolnick has been committed to endodontic education, first as an Associate Clinical Professor in Endodontics at Columbia University and then as an Attending at Westchester Medical Center, an Associate Clinical Professor in Endodontics at New York Medical College and an Attending at St. Barnabas Hospital. Although he no longer holds these positions, he continues to lecture extensively on a local, national and international

level and has published several articles on endodontics.

  • Организатор: DR
  • Дата проведения: 10 мая 2019 г.
  • Тип мероприятия: Семинар
  • Специализация: Гнатология
  • Место проведения: США, New York City, Pier Sixty, Chelsea Piers
  • Стоимость участия: 495 $
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