Current Concepts in American Dentistry 2020 – #Week 2 NYU

Program Detailed Agenda/Week #2: June 22-25, 2020

Meet the NYU Professors

Stephen J. Chu maintains an academic appointment as Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry and the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University College of Dentistry. He also has a private practice in fixed prosthodontics, esthetic, and implant dentistry in New York City. Dr. Chu has published over 70 articles in the dental literature and has given lectures nationally and internationally on the subjects of esthetic, restorative, and implant dentistry. Dr. Chu is the executive editor of Compendium and the recipient of several professional dental awards

Dr. Christian Stappert is Professor at the Albert-Ludwigs University of Freiburg, Germany and Executive Medical Director and CMO of the Swiss Smile Dental Group, Switzerland. Most recently, he taught as Professor and Director of ‘Periodontal Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry’ at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry (2012-2015), and served several years as Director of ‘Aesthetics and Periodontal Prosthodontics’ at the Department of Periodontology & Implant Dentistry (Prof. D. Tarnow), NYUCD. Since 2004, he conducted research at the Department of Biomaterials & Biomimetics at the New York University College of Dentistry (Profs. Van Thompson and Dianne Rekow). Prof. Stappert is cross-trained in Prosthodontics and Periodontics as well as Implant Surgery and graduated ‘Master of Science - Biomaterials and Biomimetics’ at New York University (2006). His research interests involve the reliability of dental materials and clinical restorations, as well as tissue management and the periodontal-implant interface. Dr. Stappert lectures internationally, and has published over 90 scientific papers, book chapters and peer reviewed publications. He is editorial board member and reviewer of numerous scientific dental journals, and active member inter alia at the AO, AAED as well as GNYAP, and current president of the IADR Prosthodontics Research Group.

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry at New York University College of Dentistry; Director of the Implant Honors Program, and Director of the Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry Course, at New York University College of Dentistry; Member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists,; Author of Numerous Articles on Aesthetics and Implants including the Glossary of Implant Dentistry; Private Practice in New Jersey and New York City.

Clinical Assistant Professor of Dental Medicine, New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York; member, American Association of Oral and Maxillofaicial Surgeons and New York State Society of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons; Private practice limited to Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in New City, New York.

Dr. Papadakis received his doctorate degree from New York University College of Dentistry in 1993. He immediately entered the postgraduate program in Prosthodontics and Occlusion and graduated as a Prosthodontist in 1995. He then completed in 1999 the 2-year CDE program at NYU for the surgical and prosthetic treatment of Dental Implants. Dr. Papadakis is an Adjunct Clinical Assistant Success rates with implant dentistry have been increasing with improving techniques. More and more implants are being placed with the advent of local courses and mini residencies, etc. As with any procedure, along with the increase in numbers, come the increase in complications. In the future we will be faced with increases in the number of complications and it not only important to know how to place implants but to treat the complications associated with the procedure. Complications can be surgical and restorative in nature. This course will cover common implant complications. Following the course participants 1. Will be able to prevent common implant complication by proper treatment planning 2. Will be able to treat common implant complications 3. Manage intraoperative and post-operative surgical complications 4. Prevent and manage restorative problems Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University in the Implant Program where he is the Prosthetic Director. He is also the Assistant Director of the 3rd year Advanced Implant Program. He is also the Director of Dental Implants at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. Dr. Papadakis has lectured nationally on implant dentistry as well as removable and fixed prosthodontics. He holds a Fellowship in the ICOI as well as the AGD. Dr. Papadakis maintains a private practice on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.

Associate Director of Clinical Research and Clinical Assistant Professor in the Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, New York University, College of Dentistry; Recipient of Advanced Implantology Certificate, New York University; Editorial Board for Journal of Periodontal and Implant Science; Member, Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics (GNYAP) and OKU. He has published over 20 articles in peer review journals and contributed chapters in 4 textbooks. He currently has a private practice in New York City specializing in Implantology and Dental Aesthetics.

June 22, 2020, New York, USA

“The Art of Successful Soft Tissue Management”

Dr. Christian F.J. STAPPERT - (9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m)

Advanced implant dentistry faces the challenge of tooth and implant restorations close to each other. To achieve esthetic
satisfying results, an appreciable width and thickness of attached gingival is desirable around implants and teeth. Due to
alveolar ridge defects, tooth extractions or previous restorations the soft tissue appearance is often compromised. Full
thickness flap designs unveil their limitations when additionalvertical or horizontal volume should be gained or if extended
augmentation areas should be covered by soft tissue. Common surgical procedures result in an extension of mucosa up
to the alveolar ridge and a displacement of the muco-gingival-line repeatedly. Different surgical procedures like apical
reposition flaps or free gingival grafts etc are required to re-establish lost attached gingival and healthy soft tissue
color. The knowledge of soft tissue management and the ability to choose the right surgical soft tissue procedure in a
given situation creates the foundation for an outstanding prosthetic restoration.

June 23, 2020, New York, USA

“Periodontal and Surgical Management of Immediate Single Tooth Replacement Therapy in the Esthetic Zone”

Dr. Stephen CHU (9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.)

mplant dentistry is continuously evolving offering new and more predictable forms of therapy with minimally invasive
protocols. Innovative techniques now allow for better esthetics, decreased treatment times, and greater patient
comfort. However, these new techniques and therapies continue to raise questions and concerns regarding the risk
and rewards of each. Specifically, controversial issues regarding immediate post-extraction socket implant placement
in relationship to survival and esthetic outcomes. Immediate provisional restoration of immediate implants placed into
healed [delayed] or augmented sites will be presented.
In addition, this lecture will address current concepts [i.e. platform switching], techniques, clinical research, histologic
evidence, and innovations in immediate implant placement and provisional restoration and how they can enhance
treatment procedures, time, and clinical outcomes for greater patient comfort, care, and satisfaction. After this
presentation, the attendee should be able to understand the following concepts associated with immediate implant
placement and provisional restoration:

1. Understand the treatment time and survival rates associate with immediate protocols
2. Treatment objectives of immediate versus delayed provisional restorations
3. The prosthetic and biologic impact on hard tissue buccal contour change and peri-implant soft tissue
thickness
4. Understand potential complications associated with immediate
5. Impression-making and cementation techniques
6. What are layperson’s perception threshold of facial-palatal collapse

June 24, 2020, New York, USA

“Minimally Invasive Surgery: Concepts and Clinical Practice”

Dr. Ziad JALBOUT - (9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.)

This lecture discusses the concept of minimally invasive implant surgery. This concept is illustrated through the use of flap less surgery, atraumatic extraction, immediate implant placement and provisionalization, the use of short implants, and osteotome sinus elevation simultaneously with implant placement.
Learning objectives:
 Minimally invasive surgery in implant dentistry
 Soft tissue preservation and protection concept
 Atraumatic extraction concept and technique
 Multidisciplinary approach to anterior aesthetic cases
 The osteotome sinus approach
 The use of short implants

“Prevention and Management of Dental Implant Complications”

Dr. Bart W. SILVERMAN- ( 01:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. )

Success rates with implant dentistry have been increasing with improving techniques. More and more implants are being placed with the advent of local courses and mini residencies, etc. As with any procedure, along with the increase in numbers, come the increase in complications. In the future we will be faced with increases in the number of complications and it not only important to know how to place implants but to treat the complications associated with the procedure. Complications can be surgical and restorative in nature. This course will cover common implant complications.
Following the course participants
1. Will be able to prevent common implant complication by proper treatment planning
2. Will be able to treat common implant complications 3. Manage intraoperative and post-operative surgical complications 4. Prevent and manage restorative problems.

June 25, 2020, New York, USA

“Immediate Implant Placement and Temporization in the Esthetic Zone”

Dr. Zachary PAPADAKIS - ( 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon )

The modern day implant dentist can no longer follow protocols for implant dentistry that were established decades ago. Patient demands, modern techniques and an understanding of what will allow us to achieve the best results are driving the field of implant dentistry. To be a complete implant dentist, we must be able to perform techniques that will help us preserve the hard and soft tissues that are present around the patient’s natural teeth.
Immediate placement and immediate placement with immediate temporization is a critical set of procedures that all implant dentists will need to become familiar with or be left behind by the rest of the pack. Not only are the results ideal when the criteria and protocols are followed, but patient acceptance is unlike any other implant treatment. We can predictably and easily keep all of the peri-implant tissues intact by using the right protocols.
Topics will include:
 Identifying when we can immediately place and load dental implants.
 Learning the criteria to follow to lead you to success.
 Principles of atraumatic extraction.
 Hard tissue grafting at time of placement, do we need it?
 3d positioning of the implant for esthetic success.
 Fabrication of provisional restoration, and provisional options.
 Impression making for predictable results.
 Non-surgical tissue manipulation through the use of temporary restorations

LIVE SURGERY

Dr. Sang-Choon CHO - ( 01:00 p.m. – 03:30 p.m. )

Confirmed NYU speakers for Week #3

October 14-17, 2020 Bucharest, Romania

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