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26th Northeast Postdoctoral Implant Symposium

Date: October 24, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM EDT
Cost: Free; registration is required
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CE Credits: 9.0 hours

Penn Dental Medicine is pleased to be hosting the 26th Northeast Postdoctoral Implant Symposium on Saturday, October 24th. Although we are unable to be together in person, we will be together virtually showcasing a variety of topics in periodontics, periodontal prosthesis and periodontics-orthodontics.

Program Schedule
8:00 AM EDT Welcome Remarks
Mark S. Wolff, DDS, PhD
Rodrigo Neiva, DDS, MS
Arnold Wiesgold, DDS
8:30 AM EDT The Effects of Systemic Diseases in Dental Implant Therapy
Dr. Dennis Sourvanos, University of Pennsylvania
9:00 AM EDT Anatomical Challenges to an Optimal Lateral Sinus Lift in the Context of Implant Surgery. A Retrospective Study
Dr. Alla Cheban, New York University
9:30 AM EDT Early Crestal Bone Loss around Implants Placed at Failed Sites
Dr. Izoh Ashour, University of Maryland
10:00 AM EDT Considerations with Osseodensification
Dr. Adam Goldberg, Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
10:30 AM EDT Cluster Failures and Unknown Causes of Complications: What Do We Know Now?
Dr. Tuan Tran, Naval Postgraduate Dental School
11:00 AM EDT Clinical Considerations of Zirconia Implants – Hypersensitivity and Yellow-Nail-Syndrome
Drs. Hyongsup Kimm and Jacqueline Eriguel, New York University
11:30 AM EDT Utilization of Narrow Diameter Implants in the Esthetic Zone
Dr. Breanne Dufault, University of Connecticut
12:00 PM EDT Osteoporosis and Dental Implants
Dr. Vijaya Molli, Temple University
12:30 PM EDT LUNCH
1:00 PM EDT Accuracy of 3D Printed Casts from Digital Implant Scans versus Stone Casts from Conventional Impressions: A Comparative Study in the Anterior Maxilla
Dr. Ayman Banjar, Tufts University
1:30 PM EDT Soft Tissue Maturation by the Numbers
Dr. Bana Al Haydar, Columbia University
2:00 PM EDT Digital Planning for Computer-Guided Full Mouth Implant Surgery: The PVS-Shell Technique
Dr. Thomas H. Yoo, University of Pennsylvania
2:30 PM EDT Double Flap Technique for GBR: A Case Series
Drs. Christopher Tully and Stefano Palazzolo, Naval Postgraduate Dental School
3:00 PM EDT Maxillary Tuberosity Bone Graft
Dr. Ying Rui Tan, Temple University
3:30 PM EDT Technological Advances to Achieve Both Digitally Guided Implant and Immediate Interim Restoration in the Aesthetic Zone
Dr. Makram Ksouma, New York University
4:00 PM EDT All-on-4 or All-on-6, does it matter?
Dr. Samuel R. Lee, University of Connecticut
4:30 PM EDT The Role of Orthodontics in Implant Dentistry
Dr. Mohammad Taqi Qali, University of Pennsylvania
5:00 PM EDT Digital Workflow for Implant Rehabilitation with adjacent Single Crowns in the Anterior Maxilla with the Triple Scanning Technique
Dr. Behshid Bahraini, Tufts University
5:30 PM EDT Autologous Acellular Dentin Matrices for Implant Site Development
Dr. Wonseok Jang, Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
6:00 PM EDT Closing Remarks

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University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine designates this activity for 9.0 continuing education credits.

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