Plenary Programme - Saturday 16 May
This program is a perspective into how cross-disciplinary “interface planning” has become an integral part of aesthetic implant dentistry and that in 2015 it is essential to understand “white” tooth aesthetics as it relates to critical “pink” gingival and lip interfaces.
Today, understanding the surgical, biological and prosthetic “limitations” is part of innovative treatment planning protocols in an approach to simplify, expedite and provide minimally invasive, limited therapy.
Pre-emptive CBCT and 3D CAD/CAM planning now utilise new virtual protocols for the entire clinical procedure: soft and hard tissue procedures, implant placement, ridge reduction, and total restorative design (crown and abutments) – digital technologies for all the surgical, laboratory and restorative phases.
This program will address:
- Prognostic 3D virtual cross-disciplinary planning of the complete procedure
(surgical guides, abutments, restorative design and fabrication)
- Alternative solutions to clinical failures and dilemmas
- “Prosthetic Artifical Gingivae”- Ceramic vs. Composite vs. Hybrid
- Osseous “reduction” to optimize aesthetics
- The evolving crucial implant/abutment interface
- Ceramic Restorative Decisions 2015
(Zirconium, Titanium, Ceramo-metal or Lithium disilicate)
- Increased rapidity, immediacy and aesthetics in 2015
- The predictable and simplified protocols for the single immediate implant
Dr David Garber is one of the internationally recognized multidisciplinary educators well known as “Team Atlanta.” Dr Garber is the recipient of “The 2005 Gordon J. Christensen Lecturer Recognition Award,” “The American College of Prosthodontics Distinguished Lecturer Award,” “The Northeastern Periodontal Society Isador Hirschfeld Award for Clinical Excellence,” “The Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics Distinguished Lecturer Award,” and “The David Serson Medal of Research.”
He is a past president of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and has served on the boards of both the AAED and the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics.
Dr Garber is dual trained clinician and professor in the Department of Periodontics as well as in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation at the Medical College of Georgia. He is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at Louisiana State University and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Texas in San Antonio.
He is past editor of the Journal of Esthetic Dentistry, co-author of “Porcelain Laminate Veneers, Bleaching Teeth, Porcelain and Composite Inlays and Onlays, and Complete Dental Bleaching” and has published in excess of 60 articles and textbooks chapters.
Dr Maurice A Salama completed his undergraduate studies at the State University of New York at Binghamton in 1985, where he received his BS in Biology. Dr Salama received his DMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, where he later received his dual specialty certification in Orthodontics and Periodontics, as well as his implant training at the Branemark Center at Penn.
Dr Salama is currently on the faculties of the University of Pennsylvania and the Medical College of Georgia as Clinical Assistant Professor of Periodontics.
Dr Salama is a permanent member of the Scientific Committee of the world’s leading online Dental Education Website DENTALXP.com
He is also a member of the Team Atlanta Dental Practice with Drs Goldstein and Garber which is a multidisciplinary practice world renowned for their clinical research in reconstructive and aesthetic dentistry.
The process of tooth replacement with dental implants is complemented by assessment of patient-specific risk factors, appropriate site development and biomechanical design in the total system related to implant outcomes. The concept of systems outcomes relates to the biomechanical issues related to bone preparation, implant design, abutment shape, contour and composition as well as implant-abutment connections. The clinical outcomes and long-term service life relates to each of these features in the overall system. The ability to manage this process predictability is enhanced though the applications of new technologies, expanding on our long-established protocols for implant therapy. Ultimately it is your patients who will benefit from enhancements to the overall biomechanical designs of oral implant systems.
- Outline the critical issues in biomechanical design as it relates to surgical and prosthetic systems
- Outline outcomes from treatment planning and plan performance with use of risk factor assessment as it relates to biomechanical design
- Evaluating the impact of these design features on patient outcomes
Dr Clark Stanford is the Associate Dean for Research and Centennial Fund Professor for Clinical Research, Dows Institute for Dental Research and Department of Prosthodontics, College of Dentistry, University of Iowa. He holds secondary appointments in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitaion and the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Dr Stanford received his BS (1984), DDS (1987), Certificate in Prosthodontics and PhD. (Cell Biology; 1992) from the University of Iowa. He has been on the faculty since 1992. His basic science research areas deal with osteoblastic gene expression and signally pathways. He runs the Office for Clinical Research and the outpatient Craniofacial Clinical Research Center (CCRC) in the College of Dentistry. He is a member of the management committee for the CTSA supported Institute for Clincal and Translational Sciences (ICTS) at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics. In this role he helps to organise and perform basic, translational and clinical research studies. He is the author 18 book chapters,111 published papers and more than 140 published research abstracts. He receives research funding from NIH, Foundations and from industry. He currently serves on multiple national and international committees. He is the recipient of 15 academic awards including the 2007 State of Iowa Regents Award for Faculty Excellence and the IADR Distinguished Scientist Award (2007). He sees private patients for complex rehabilitation in an intramural practice at the College with an emphasis in Craniofacial Anomlies.
Qualifications: DDS PhD