Complications of Bone Grafting for Implant Placement, Jay P. Malmquist, DMD
Legal & Liabilities Issues, Lewis N. Estabrooks, DMD
The Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. – Twenty –Second Century Issues for the Periodontist: Taking It to the Next Level, New York, NY March 21, 2003 March 21, 2003
Mandible Block Autografts for Alveolar Ridge Augmentations: Myths and Reality, Dr. Michael Pikos
Horizontal and Vertical Site Expansion for Prosthetically Driven Implant Insertion in Both Hard and Soft Tissue Aspects, Dr. Gianni Bruschi
Interfacing the Implant Surgeon With the Sinus Surgeon, Dr. William Lawson
Critical Factors in Implant Esthetics: Where We Are and Where We Are Going, Dr. Dennis Tarnow
The American Academy of Periodontology 89th Annual Meeting – San Francisco, CA, September 20-24, 2003.
Round Table Interaction With The Experts: Treatment of Periodontal intrabony Defects With Regeneration, Dr. Donald S. Clem, Dr. J. Gary Maynard, Jr., Dr. James T. Mellonig, Dr. Kevin G. Murphy, Dr. Myron Nevins, Dr. Louis F. Rose.
9th Northeast Post Graduate Implant Symposium, Mew York University College of Dentistry, Thursday October2 and Friday October 3rd 2003
Retrospective analysis of implant survival and the influence of periodontal disease and immediate placement on long-term results, Dr. Shakeel Ahmed.
The use of outcome predictors for immediate loading of dental implants in partially edentulous patients, Dr. J. W. Hwang.
Socket preservation, Dr. Themis Skaribas
Screw retained restoration with mini-transitional implants, Dr. Tatsuaki Matsunaga and Dr. Byung Soo Kim.
A pivotal, randomized, parallel evaluation of rhBMP-2?ACS and bone graft for maxillary sinus floor augmentation, Dr. Michelle Bergen Shapiro
Immediate loading: relevance of histology to existing protocols.
Heat generation during implant osteotomy preparation: an in vitro multi-factorial biomechanical analysis, Dr. Raphael Y. Csillag.
Ceramic implant abutment; bur cutting efficiency and resultant surface finish, Dr. Si-Woon Park.
Transfer of soft tissue emergence profile from the provisional to the definitive restoration, Dr. Gerard Tabourian.
Functional palato- maxillary reconstruction using free tissue transfer an endosteal implants, Dr. Hugo St.-Hilaire.
Surgical and prosthetic rehabilitation of a severely atrophic maxilla, Dr. Rebecca Brevard and Dr. Martinez.
Prosthodontic complication in implant dentistry, Dr. Dan Kubikian.
The mechanics of implant connections, Dr. Peter Brandt.
Implant restoration of the posterior maxilla; a stepwise approach, Dr. Brian Dorfman.
Prosthodontic management of occlusal wear, Dr. Dong – Won Park.
9th Northeast Post Graduate Implant Symposium, Mew York University College of Dentistry,
The role of distraction osteogenesis in trauma patients for reconstruction with dental implants, Dr. Manolis Manolakakis.
Rehabilitation of a spark erosion prosthesis, Dr. Julie Bergen.
The use of transgingival osteotomy in a medically compromised patient, Dr. Payam Samouhi.
The American Academy of Periodontology 89th Annual Meeting – San Francisco, CA,
September 22, 2003.
All-Day Symposium (General Session); Creating the Esthetic Anterior Implant, Dr. Vincent Devaud, Dr. David Mathews, Dr. Alan Rosenfeld, Dr. Dennis Shanelec, Dr. Frank Spear and Dr. Dennis Tarnow.
Implant Site Development – Differential Treatment Options, Distraction Osteogenesis, Dr. Martin Chin and Block grafts, Dr. Michael Pikos.
The Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. “Innovative Bone Relocation and Remodeling Modalities”. New York, New York November 07, 2003
Tissue engineering with implant-anchored orthodontics, Dr. W. Eugene Roberts.
Distraction Osteogenesis– new perspectives in maxillofacial surgery, Dr. Albino Triaca.
Rapid orthodontics with simultaneous osseous augmentation and gingival root coverage, Dr. Thomas Wilcko.
Tissue regeneration around implant and teeth – what’s next? Dr. David Cochrane.
14th Annual Implant Symposium. New York, New York. December 12-13, 2003
Friday December 12, 2003
Histological evaluation of osseointegration at multiple time intervals, Dr. Tord Berglundh.
The esthetic treatment of central incisor extraction sites, Dr. Michael Block.
Bone regeneration with autogenous growth factors: Wish or reality?, Dr. George Watzek
Critical evaluation of distraction osteogenesis for ridge augmentation, Dr. Ole Jensen.
Clinical use of transitional implants, Dr. Harel Simon.
Ten-year evaluation of immediate socket placement, Dr. David Gelb.
Immediate loading: The next level, Dr. Stephen Parel.
Saturday December 13, 2003
Immediate implantation: Updates and innovations, Dr. Devorha Schwartz-Arad
Guided bone regeneration using collagen membranes: Clinical and experimental results, Dr. Jurgen Becker.
Bone regeneration with bioresorbable materials, Dr. Paul Coulthard.
WYPIWYG-What you plan is what you get: 3D-planning tools, Dr. Peter Ehrl.
Sinus elevation and implant placement one stage, Dr. George-H. Nentwig.
Rationale of the augmentative treatment sequence in perio implant prosthetic rehabilitation, Dr. Axel Kirsch.
Soft tissue management and flap design for ultimate esthetics, Dr. Marius Steigmann.
Alpha Omega Symposium, Los Angeles, CA. December 27 & 28, 2003.
Saturday December 27
Invisalign in Your Practice. David Alpan, DDS, MSD, Los Angeles
Long-Term Success with ITI Implants: Esthetic and Technical Considerations. Gary S. Solnit, DDS, MS.
Sunday December 28, Beverly Hills CA
Mastering Ceramic Laminate Veneers. Robert I. Nixon, DMD, Beverly Hills CA
Risk Management Program, Leslie Seldin, DDS. The NYC Dental Society, The Henry Spenadel Continuing Education Program, NY, NY. January 09, 2004. Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office, Edward J. Miller Jr. DMD. The NYC Dental Society, The Henry Spenadel Cont. Education Program, February 11, 2004. The Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. “Periodontal & Prosthodontic Synergy to Create the Ultimate Aesthetic Restoration”. New York, New York April 02, 2004
Aesthetic – Based Soft Tissue Management & Three Dimensional Control of the Dental Proportions, Dr. Alan Sulikowski.
Surgical Reconstruction – Great Hope vs. Realities, Dr. Ode Bahat.
Success by Design: Integrating Biology, New Implant Designs & Aesthetics in Simplified and Complex Therapy, Dr. Henry Salama and Dr. David Garber.
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Certified Course, New York University Dental Center, New York, New York March 28, 2004 & April 04, 2004
California Society of Periodontist’s Implant Extravaganza 21st Annual Meeting. Incline Village, Nevada May 21-23, 2004
Immediate Implants, Dr. Tom Wilson.
Digital Photography – Hands – On – Course, Dr. Robert Horowitz
The Maxillary Sinus, Dr. Steve Wallace
The International Quintessence Publishing Group and The American Academy of Periodontology, The Westin Hotel Copley Place, Boston June 10-13, 2004.
June 10, 2004 – Clinical regeneration: The State of the Art
Enhancing osteogenesis for optimal results in implant reconstruction, Dr. Robert Marx.
The use of combined therapy in periodontal regeneration, Dr. Pamela McClain.
Evaluation of the potential of xenogeneic bone mineral matrix for correction of periodontal defects and ridge preservation, Dr. Marcelo da Costa Camelo.
Clinical evaluation of the Nonsurgical use of enamel matrix derivative, Dr. James Mellonig
The International Quintessence Publishing Group and The American Academy of Periodontology - continued
Tissue engineering for periodontal regeneration: Recombinant human platelet-derived growth factor for treatment of intrabony defects and furcations, Dr. Marc L. Nevins.
The regenerative capacity of nonautologous bone graft materials, Dr. Zvi Artzi.
Piezoelectric surgery in periodontology and implantology, Dr. Tomaso Vercellotti.
June 11, 2004 – Periodontal Prognosis as a Determinant for Clinical Decisions
Decision making in periodontal regeneration, Dr. Maurizio Tonetti.
Microbial risk indicators and their control, Dr. Sigmund Socransky.
Does the bone replacement graft or the technique make a difference in the prognosis? Dr. James T. Mellonig
Treatment of the Class II Furcation Invasion, Dr. Robert Schallhorn.
Periodontal and Prosthetic Treatment of the Compromised Periodontium, Dr. Myon Nevins.
Long-term prognosis of oral implant treatment in partially edentulous jaws, Dr. Ulf Lekholm.
Medical, surgical, and prosthetic challenges in implant dentistry: An integrated approach, Dr. Louis F. Rose.
Immediate loading, Dr. Thomas G. Wilson Jr.
Implant dentistry: Predictability and patient satisfaction, Dr. Burton Langer.
June 12, 2004 – The Clinical Significance of Developments in Tissue Engineering
Tissue engineering options to regenerate bone, Dr. Jeffrey O Hollinger.
Periodontal engineering using gene therapy, Dr. William V. Giannobile.
Tissue engineering using platelet derived growth factor and osteoconductive scaffolds, Dr. Samuel Lynch.
Recombinant BMP-2 induced bone to support dental implants, Dr. R. Gilbert Triplett.
Biomimetics in implant dentistry, Dr. Joseph P. Fiorellini.
Tissue Engineering: Applications in dentistry, Dr. Michael K. McGuire.
Bone Augmentation for the Purpose of Dental Implants
Horizontal bone augmentation with autografts and barrier membranes: Scientific documentation and update on clinical procedures, Dr. Daniel Buser.
Vertical bone augmentation for the partially edentulous patient: An essential step to improve esthetics, Dr. Carlo Tinti.
Three-dimensional tissue reconstruction for optimal implant esthetics and function, Dr. Sascha A. Jovanovic.
The optimal grafting material for the sinus lift procedure, Dr. Georg Watzek.
What we know, what we don’t know, and what we think we know about the sinus lift procedure, Dr. Dennis Tarnow.
The osteotome sinus graft: Contraindications, techniques, and limits, Dr. Richard J. Lazzara.
The International Quintessence Publishing Group and The American Academy of Periodontology - continued
June 13, 2004
Periodontal Plastic Surgery: The Treatment of Recession-Type Defects
Prognostic evaluation of factors influencing root-coverage procedures, Dr. Giovan Paolo Pini Prato.
Periodontal plastic surgery to enhance esthetic and restorative procedures, Dr. John F. Bruno
Periodontal and restorative considerations in treating root abrasions and class V caries, Dr. Preston D. Miller, Jr.
Periodontal plastic surgery related to natural dentition, restored teeth, and implants, Dr. Yoshihiro Ono
Vertical bone augmentation: Large maxillary defects and the edentulous maxilla, Dr. Jay Malmquist.
Predictable 3-D alveolar distraction, Dr. Cesar A. Guerrero.
Form follows distraction, Dr. Ole T. Jenson.
Clinical tissue engineering: Combining distraction and morphogenesis, Dr. Martin Chin
Distraction osteogenesis or vertical ridge augmentation? Dr. Massimo Simion.
Optimizing the outcome from distraction osteogenesis, Dr. Bradley S. McAllister.
Infection Control Training. The NYC Dental Society, The Henry Spenadel Cont. Education Program, New York August 04, 2004. The Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. “Regeneration of the Hard and Soft Tissues”. New York, New York October 22, 2004
Now that we know what to use, how do we do it? Practical Clinical Approaches to Lateral Window and Osteotome Sinus Elevation Procedures, Dr. Stephen Wallace.
Treatment of Gingival Recession in Patient’s with Aesthetic Demands, Dr, Giovanni Zuchelli.
Periodontal Plastic Surgery to Enhance Aesthetic and Restorative Procedures, Dr. John Bruno.
Hard and Soft Tissue Management in Esthetic Implant Restorations, Dr. Massimo Simion.
The American Academy of Periodontology 89th Annual Meeting – Orlando, Florida
November 14-17, 2004.
Hands –on workshop: Hand instrumentation, Anna Matsuishi Pattison, November 13, 2004.
General session: The predictability of immediate implant loading: Point-Counterpoint., November 14, 2004.
All-day symposium (General session): Alternatives in techniques and materials for the maxillary sinus. November 16, 2004.
General Session: Tissue engineering in periodontics: Emerging clinical applications for hard and soft tissue regeneration. Wednesday, November 17
4th Alumni Symposium. New York, New York. December 9, 2004
Evaluation of implant attachment systems, Dr. Nopsaran Chaimattayompol.
Anterior single implants: treatment planning and results.
The concept of socket preservation: wound healing and Histologic evidence, Dr. Albert Cheng-Sheng Ho.
Ridge expansion: surgical techniques in the partially and fully edentulous maxilla, Dr. Daniele Saba.
Home implant dentistry after three years in NYUCD, Dr. Roque Braz de Oliveira.
Rehabilitation of the atrophic maxilla with four zygoma fixture: Immediately loaded, Dr. Reinaldo Janson.
Immediate loading in poor bone quality, Dr. George E. Romanos.
Enhanced mucogingival esthetics with individualized ceramic abutments, Dr. Christian FJ Stappert.
15th Annual Implant Symposium. NYUCD Ashman Department of Implant Dentistry 2004-2005. New York, New York. December 10-11, 2003 Friday December 10, 2004
Simplifying the management of the atrophic posterior jaw with short, sintered porous-surfaced dental implants, Dr. Douglas Deporter.
Vertical ridge augmentation: GBR vs. distraction osteogenesis, Dr. Massimo Simion.
Creating Ideal Anterior Implant Esthetics: Problems and solutions, Dr. Abd El Salam Al Askary.
Biology of anterior esthetics, Dr. Nicholas Elian
State of the art regenerative therapy: Clinical realities vs. marketing hype, Dr. Paul Fugazzotto.
Occlusion: It’s importance and success of the implant restoration, Dr. Paul Fugazzotto.
Piezoelectric bone surgery in Implantology, Dr. Tomaso Vercellotti.
Saturday, December 11, 2004
It all begins with treatment planning, Dr. Morton Perel.
Recommended techniques for increased success with autogenous block grafting, Dr. Fouad Khoury.
What works and what does not – twenty years later, Dr. Robert Davidoff.
ABC’s of monocrotical block grafting: Avoiding block graft complications, Dr. John Russo.
Exodontia: The Ogram System – Crowne Plaza La Guardia, East Elmhurst, NY. May 13, 2005. Puros Block Allograft Training – Zimmer Dental, New York, New York. May 24, 2005. The American Academy of Periodontology 91st Annual Meeting – Denver, Colorado
September 24-27, 2005.
Innovations I Periodontics Session 1, Dr. Jack T. Krauser, Dr. Robert A Levine, Dr. Giulio Rasperini, Dr. George E. Romanos
Immediate Loading of the Dental Implant, Jeffrey Ganeles, Dr. Tiziano Testori.
Alternatives in Root Coverage Procedures, Edward P Allen, Dr. Pierpaolo Cortellini, Dr. Burton Langer
Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. - New York, NY,October 28, 2005
Medical Considerations in Patient Care: Identifying and Managing the Potential “Problem Patient” Dr. Brian Mealey.
Management of Implant Complications, Dr. Richard Lazzara
Management of Implant-Associated Treatment Risks and Complications in an Atmosphere of Complete Disclosure, Dr. Alan Rosenfeld.
Periodontal Surgery: Problems, Complications, and Solutions, Dr. Gary M. Reiser.
Complications and Problem Solving in the New Era of Periodontal Therapy, Dr. Richard Lazzara, Dr. Gary Reiser, Dr. Alan Rosenfeld, Dr. Brian Mealey.
16th Annual Implant Symposium. NYUCD Ashman Department of Implant Dentistry, ICOI & DGOI. New York, NY, December 9-10, 2005.
Friday December 9th
Virtual Implant Placement, Dr. Philippe Tardieu.
Sinus Grafting, Dr. Stephen Wallace.
Periimplant Tissues Guidance: Principals for Optimal Esthetic Success in Implant Therapy, Dr. Nitzan Bichacho.
Immediate Loading, Dr. Adriano Piattellli, Dr. Marco Degidi.
Osseointegration and Soft Tissue Reactions to Implants, Dr. Peter M. Schupback.
Saturday December 10th
Alveolar Nerve Repositioning, Dr. Philippe Russe.
The Role of Bone Substitute with PRP and PDGF During Bone Regeneration, Dr. Zvi Schwartz.
Osseointegration in Immediate Loading – From the Biology to the Clinic, Dr. Paolo Trisi.
Esthetic Soft Tissue Management Around Dental Implants, Dr. Hom-Lay Wang.
Bone Grafting: The “Platinum” Standard, Dr. Muna Soltan.
“The Influence of the Implant Diameter on the Esthetics and the Mechanical Failure Rate” Dr. Paul Weigl.
Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. New York, New York February 10, 2006
The Role of the Periodontist in Interdisciplinary Dentistry, Dr. David Mathews.
Northeastern Society of Periodontists, Inc. New York, New York. April 7, 2006
Enamel Matrix Derivatives and Their Role in Periodontal Regeneration and Root Coverage, Dr. Don Clem.
Periodontal Regeneration: Biologic Directives for Clinical Success, Dr. Ulf Wikesjo.
Management of Complex Periodontal Defects Using Combination Regenerative Therapy, Dr. Robert Schallhorn, Dr. Pamela McClain.
ITI Congress 2006: Science and Innovation for Implant Dentistry, Miami, FL. April 21, 2006
Immediate Placement/Immediate Load: A look into Traditional and Innovative Techniques, Dr. Hans-Peter Weber
A Traditional Approach to Immediate Placement and Immediate Load, Prof. Urs Belser
Accelerated Implants: The Restorative Connection, Dr. Frank Higginbottom
Severe Periodontitis: Treat or Place Implants, Dr. Tom Wilson
Ridge Augmentation for Single Tooth and Partially Edentulous Sites, Dr. Tim Head
Implant Rehabilitation of Extremely Atrophied Jaws, Dr. Dieter Weingart
Biosurgery: Live Cell Applications, Dr. Mike K. McGuire
Enamel Matrix Derivative: Unlocking the Mystery of Periodontal Regeneration, Dr. David Cochran
ITI Congress 2006: Science and Innovation for Implant Dentistry, Miami, FL. April 22, 2006
Predictable Augmentation Options in the Posterior Maxilla, Dr. Paul Fugazzotto
Immediate Dental Implant Placement in Infected Sites: Exploring the Controversy, Dr. Jay Beagle
Surgical Planning for Implant Placement in the Esthetic Zone, Dr. Tony Cheadle
Reconstructive Techniques for Severely Atrophic Alveolar Ridges, Dr. Peter May
Soft Tissue Esthetics: Preservation and Augmentation, Dr. Anthony Sclar
Technological Advances in Implant Dentistry, Prof. Urs Belser
Treatment Planning Panel, Dr. Allen Burgoyne, Dr. Robin Listrom
3 Clinical Cases, Dr. Anthony Sclar, Dr. Gary Solnit
The American Academy of Periodontology Specialty Conference – Optimizing Clinical Outcomes: The Perio-Ortho Relationship – Chicago, IL, May 6, 2006
Periodontal Considerations in Adult Prosthodontics – Dr. Roger J. Wise, DDS
Exposing Impacted Teeth, - Dr. Vincent G. Kokich, DDS
Management of the Missing Papilla (Orthodontic, Periodontal and Restorative Considerations) Dr. Richard D. Roblee, DDS, MS
Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontics (PAOO): The Team Approach
- Understanding the Science to Collaborate for Achieving Clinical Success – Dr. Thomas Wilcko, DMD – Dr. William Wilcko, DMD, MS