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KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Curriculum Vitae KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Curriculum Vitae Document Transcript

  • Office Home 50 Staniford Street 4 Longfellow Place Boston, MA 02114 Boston, MA 02114 (617) 523-5451 (617) 512-4370 FAX-617-367-9145 E Mail – ken.malament@verizon.net KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Curriculum Vitae Date of Birth: November 27, 1949 Place of Birth: New York, New York Education: Professional Children’s School 1967 Syracuse University 1971 B.A. ⎯ Bacteriology New York University College of Dentistry 1975 D.D.S. ⎯ Dentistry Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry 1977 C.A.G.S. ⎯ Prosthodontics Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry 1977 M.Sc.D. ⎯ Prosthodontics Major Research Interest: Prosthodontics, Periodontics, Ceramics, Biostatistics Implantology, Oral Physiology, Occlusion Licensure: Northeast Regional Dental Board 1975 American Board of Prosthodontics 1984 Recertification 2000 Private Practice: New York, New York 1975 Boston, Massachusetts 1977 - present Practice limited to Prosthodontics In practice with Dr. Dan Nathanson, Dr. Samantha King, Dr. R. Sheldon Stein (deceased), Inprotek Dental Laboratory Organization Memberships: American Board of Prosthodontics - Diplomate American College of Prosthodontists - Fellow International College of Prosthodontists - Constituent Member Academy of Prosthodontics - Fellow Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics - Fellow Northeastern Gnathological Society - Fellow American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics - Member American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry - Fellow Academy of Osseointegration - Member
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Two American Equilibration Society - Member Northeastern Prosthodontic Society - Member International Association of Dental Research - Member American Association of Dental Research - Member American Academy of Dental Science - Member International Society of Dental Ceramics - Member American Dental Association - Member Greater Boston Dental Society - Member Brookline Dental Society - Member Organization Appointments: American Board of Prosthodontics Examining Director 2002 – present Secretary - Treasurer 2004 – present American College of Prosthodontists Member, Education and Advancement Committee 1988 – 2000 Course Director, Preparation for the American Board of Prosthodontics 1988 – 1998 Chairman, Committee of the Study Guide for Certification Examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics 1984 – 2003 Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee on FPO Dues 1992 Vice Chairman, Annual Session Committee 1993 Chairman, Annual Session Committee 1994 Director, Clinical Division 1995 – 1998 Chairman, Ad Hoc Committee on New Edition of the Private Practice Manual 1998 – 2003 Secretary 2000 – 2003 Member, Officers Committee 2000 – 2003 Chairman, Council for the Affairs of the American Board of Prosthodontics 2000 – 2001 Chairman, Laboratory Division, Education Foundation Board 2002 – 2003 Member, Laboratory Strategic Planning Conference Steering Committee 2002 – 2003 Chairman, Annual Session Advisory Subcommittee 2002 – 2003 Chairman, Task Force for the Private Practice Manual 2002 – 2003 Chairman, Chicago Dental Society - ACP Prosthodontic Symposium 2002 – present Chairman, ACP Prosthodontic Comprehensive Review Course 2003 – present Member, Education Foundation Board 2000 – present Member, Education Foundation Awards Committee 2003 – present Academy of Prosthodontics Chairman, Audi-Visual Committee 1999 and 2003 Chairman, Corporate Liaison Committee 2006 – present International College of Prosthodontists Executive Council 1993 – 1999 Co-Chairman, Program Committee 1995 Secretary-Treasurer 1993 – 1997 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics Member, Scientific Investigation Committee 1986, 1987 Member, Program Committee 1989 – 1994 Vice Chairman, Program Committee 1992 Chairman, Program Committee 1993
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Three Chairman, Awards Committee 1993 Chairman, Future of Prosthodontics Ad Hoc Committee 2003 – 2004 Executive Council 1994 – 1997, 2002– present President-Elect 2003 – 2004 President 2004 – 2005 Chairman, Nominating Committee 2006 Northeastern Gnathological Society Executive Council 1984 – present Program Committee 1991 Chairman, Program Committee 1992 – 1998 President-Elect 1996 – 1998 President 1998 – 2000 Chairman, Nominating Committee 2001 Northeastern Prosthodontic Society Executive Council 1993 – present President-Elect 1993 Program Chairman 1994 – 1996 President 1994 – 1996 American Equilibration Society Co-Chairman, Program Committee 1995 American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics Co-Chairman, Program Committee 2001 Academy of Osseointegration Participant, Sinus Graft Consensus Conference 1997 Federation of Prosthodontic Organizations Delegate 1988 - 1994 Elected Member, Council for the Affairs of the American Board of Prosthodontics 1989 - 1992 Contributor, Prosthodontics 21-Subgroup Prosthodontics Research 1989 Chairman, Reference Committee - Dental Care/Dental Therapeutics 1990 Secretary, Reference Committee - Dental Care/Dental Therapeutics 1991 New England Section - American College of Prosthodontists Executive Council 1985 - 1992 Vice President 1985 - 1987 President 1987 - 1990 Brookline Dental Society Executive Council 1985 - 1996 President 1992 - 1994 Teaching Affiliation: Boston University — Clinical Instructor 1978 Boston University — Assistant Professor 1979 Boston V.A. Hospital — Prosthodontic Consultant 1980 - 1987 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine — Clinical Assistant Professor 1990 - 1995 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine — Clinical Associate Professor 1995 - 1999 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine — Clinical Professor 1999 - present
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Four Served as a Teaching Consultant to Graduate Prosthodontic Programs Harvard University 1981, 83, 93, 94 University of Southern California 1983, 1988, 1998 Hadassah Hebrew University — Jerusalem, Israel 1985, 2000 University of Milano — Milan, Italy 1988 Osaka University — Osaka, Japan 1988 Nihon University — Tokyo, Japan 1988 University of Michigan 1990, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96 Albert-Ludwigs University, Frieburg, Germany 1991 University of Zurich — Zurich, Switzerland 1993, 1999, 2001 New York University College of Dentistry 1995 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2004, 2005 University of Geneva — Geneva, Switzerland 1996 University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio Dental School 1997, 1999 UCLA 1997, 2001 University of Basel — Basel, Switzerland 1998, 2003 Loma Linda University 1999, 2006 University of Tennessee College of Dentistry 1999 Forsyth Institute 1999, 2000, 2001 Bogotá School of Dentistry — Bogotá, Colombia 2000 University of North Carolina School of Dentistry 2000 University of Florida 2000, 2002 University of Connecticut 2001, 2002,2005 Marquette University Dental School 2001 University of Maryland 2002, 2006 Courses Taught: Boston University, 1978 and 1979 Undergraduate: Junior Year — 1/3 Lecture Course on Prosthodontic Techniques Senior — Full Lecture Course on Prosthodontic Theory Clinical Chief — Two Days/Week Graduate: First Year — Full Lecture Course on Prosthodontic Literature and Theory Second Year — Gnathological Methods Boston V. A. Hospital, 1980 - 1987 — Prosthodontic Literature and Theory Northeastern Gnathological Society, 1981 - 1984 — Pantographic Methods Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, 1984 — The Clinical Practice of Tissue Retraction and Tooth Impressioning Procedures Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, 1984 - 1987, 1989 - present — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics Studio Associato Di Odontoitria Specialistica, 1986 - 1988 — A Clinical and Laboratory Demonstration with the Academics Surrounding Cast Glass-Ceramic Restorations Tufts University, 1991 - present — Prosthodontics and Periodontics — Course Director – Year Lecture Course Tufts University, 1991 - present — Fixed Prosthodontic Materials — Course Director – Year Lecture Course Journalism: Consultant, International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry (1981 - present)
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Five Reviewer, European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry (2006 - present) Reviewer, International Journal of Prosthodontics (1988 - 1998) Reviewer, Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (1994 - 1995) Awards: 1977 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, Research Award (First) 2001 Kaplan Visiting Professorship, University of Florida 2002 American College of Prosthodontists - Clinician / Researcher Award 2003 American College of Prosthodontists - Daniel F. Gordon Award for Lifetime Achievement 2006 American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics – George Moulton Award for Outstanding Achievement Instrument Design: 1984 Cast Glass-Ceramic Full Coverage Preparation Kit — Brasseler, Inc., Savannah 1990 Acrylic Provisional Preparation Kit — Brasseler, Inc., Savannah Active Research: Survival of All-Ceramic Materials and the Factors That Affect Risk. Development of a Computer Program That Records and Analyzes Clinical Survival Data. Development of an Instrument That Would Carry an Implant Screw or Ceramic Inlay. A Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of the Intraoral Microbial Growth on Three Selected Dental Materials: an IN VIVO study. The Effects of Different Axial Core Structures on All-Ceramic Material Strength. Member, External Advisory Board; Machinable Ceramics - NIDR PO1 DE10976 (1998 - present) Industry: Dexis (Gendex Corp.) (2005 - present) Sultan Chemists (2005 - present) Citibank (2005 - 2006) Aurum Dental Laboratory – Material Science Advisor (2006 - present) Literature: Neutralization of E. Coli and Serratia Marcesans L’Asparaginase by Rabbit Anti-E.Coli L’Asparaginase Serum — Syracuse University Senior Thesis, 1971 Occlusal Myofunction in Periodontal Disease; N.I.H. Grant Application, March 1977 Occlusal Myofunction in Healthy and Diseased Periodontium — Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, Master’s Thesis, April 1977 Different Cutting Properties Between Diamond and Carbide Fluted Burs at Different Speeds — Research Protocol, Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, 1978 Standardized Digital Pantograph — Research Protocol, Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, 1978 The Effect of Various Retraction Procedures in Humans Upon the Periodontium — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 44:508, 1980 The Castable Ceramic Crown — International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, 4:33, 1984 Study Guide for Examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics — Submitted revision, the American College of Prosthodontists, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, 1999 The Dicor Castable Ceramic Crown — Dental Laboratory Procedures: Fixed Partial Dentures, Rhoads, Rudd, & Morrow, editors (second edition), C.V. Mosby, St. Louis, 1985 The Cast-Glass-Ceramic Restoration — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 57:674, 1987
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Six The Comparative Marginal Fit of Dicor, Gold, and Metal — Ceramic Full Coverage Crowns — Research Protocol — Dentsply International and Corning Glass Works, 1985 Effects on Colonization of Oral Microbiota by a Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration — International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, 2:23, 1987 The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown — Preston, J.D., editor, Prospectives in Dental Ceramics. Berlin: Quintessence Publishing Company Inc., 1987 Dicor - the Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown — Preston, J.D., Knellesen, C., editors, Esthetic Fixed Restorations Today. Berlin: Quintessence Publishing Company Inc., 1987 (submitted) Considerations in Posterior Glass-Ceramic Restorations — International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, 4:33, 1988 Color Matching in Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration — Preston, J.D., Bergen, S.F., editors (second edition) C.V. Mosby, 1987 (submitted) Dicor - The Cast Ceramic Restoration — Parmeijer, C.H., editor, Proceedings of the Symposium Alternatives to the Use of Traditional Porcelain. Restorative Techniques Publishing, Framingham, 1988 Clinical Application of Bonded Dicor Crowns: Two Year Report — I.A.D.R. Abstract, Journal of Dental Research, 69:299, 1990 Periodontics and Prosthodontics: Goals, Objectives, and Clinical Reality — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 67:259, 1992 Bonded vs. Non-bonded Dicor Crowns: Four Year Report — A.A.D.R. Abstract, Journal of Dental Research 71:321, 1992 The Use of Hazard Analysis for Ongoing Clinical Trials — A.A.D.R. Abstract, Journal of Dental Research 71:321, 1992 Prosthodontic Perspectives in the Management of Temporomandibular Disorders and Orofacial Pain — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 69:77, 1993 The Interdisciplinary Relationship Between Prosthodontics and Dental Technology — The International Journal of Prosthodontics, 9:341, 1996 La Relazione Interdisciplnare tra la Protesi Dentale e la Tecnologia Dentale — Pagine D. Album, da il Nuov Laboratorio Odontotecnico, 1994. Brescia: 1994 Survival of Dicor Glass-Ceramic Dental Restorations Over Fourteen Years: Part I. The Survival of Dicor Complete Coverage Restorations and the Effect of Internal Surface Etching, Tooth Position, Gender and Age — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 81:23, 1999 Survival of Dicor Glass-Ceramic Dental Restorations Over Fourteen Years: Part II. The Effect of Thickness of Dicor Material and Design of Tooth Preparation — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, 81:662, 1999 Weibull Analysis of a Clinical Data Base of Molar Ceramic Crowns — A.A.D.R. Abstract, Journal of Dental Research 79:172, 2000 Prosthodontists – Achieving quality esthetic dentistry and integrated comprehensive care with new generation techniques and materials — The Journal of the American Dental Association, 131:1742, 2000 Private Practice Procedures Manual — American College of Prosthodontists, Third Edition 2001 Survival of Dicor Glass-Ceramic Dental Restorations Over Sixteen Years: Part III. The Effect of Luting Agent and Tooth or Tooth Substitute Preparation Core Structure — The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 86:511, 2001 Survival of Glass-Ceramic Materials and Involved Clinical Risk: Variables Affecting Long Term Survival — Practical Procedures & Aesthetic Dentistry; Supplement: 5, 2003 Prosthodontic Management of Ridge Deficiencies — Dental Clinics of North America 48:3:735,2004
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Seven Survival of Dicor Glass-Ceramic Dental Restorations Over Twenty Years: Part IV. The Effects of Combinations of Variables — The International Journal of Prosthodontics (in preparation) Damage Accumulation and Fatigue Life of Particle Abraded Ceramics — The International Journal of Prosthodontics (Accepted for Publication) Margin Failures in Brittle Dome Structures — Journal of Biomaterials Materials Research (Accepted for Publication) Lectures: 1980 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, New York — The Effect of Various Retraction Procedures in Humans Upon the Periodontium 1981 Boston Perio-Prosthodontic Study Group, Boston — Prosthetic-Gingival Enhancement 1981 Middlesex Community College, Boston — The Unrestorable Tooth 1981 Harvard University, Boston — Gnathology - The Organization for Prosthodontic Occlusion 1983 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, New York — The Prosthetic-Gingival Interface 1983 Harvard University, Boston — Gnathology - The Organization for Prosthodontic Occlusion 1983 University of Southern California, Los Angeles — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1983 Northeastern Gnathological Society, New York — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1984 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, Boston — Tissue Management for Prosthetic Dentistry 1984 Greater New York Dental Meeting, New York — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Chicago — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The Ninth District Dental Society, Westchester — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The Arizona State Dental Society, Phoenix — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Shaw Lab Study Group, Toronto — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Northshore Perio-Prosth Study Group, Boston — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Dentsply International, York, Pennsylvania — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The Manchester Dental Society, Manchester — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The Academy of Denture Prosthetics, Hilton Head — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The North Carolina Dental Society, Pinehurst — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Southshore District Dental Society, Randolph, Massachusetts — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 The Fourth International Symposium on Ceramics, Chicago — An Evolution in the Science and Art of Fixed Prosthodontics 1985 The Laboratory Congress, New York City — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Corning Glass Works, Corning — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1985 Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1986 The Third District Dental Society, Albany — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 The Yankee Dental Congress, Boston — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 Dicor Symposium, Paris, France — Dicor Glass-Ceramic Dental Applications 1986 The Newport Harbor Academy of Dentistry, Newport Beach — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 The Second International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — Restorative Margins Can Be Made to Fit - True or False? 1986 New York University Alumni Day, New York — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Toronto, Canada— The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 Villa Vittoria Di Odontoitria Specialistica, Ancona, Italy — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 The International Symposium on Alternatives to Porcelain, Amsterdam, Netherlands — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1986 Somar Lab Study Group, New York City — The Castable Ceramic Crown 1986 Concord Study Group, Concord, Massachusetts — The Castable Ceramic Crown
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Eight 1987 Stark County Dental Society, Canton, Ohio — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1987 Villa Vittoria Di Odontoitria Specialistica, Ancona, Italy — Periodontics and the Prosthodontist — Clinical Demonstration and Lecture Course 1987 Aurum Lab Study Group, Calgary, Canada — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1987 The Kootenay Dental Society, Cranbrook, Canada — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1987 The Sixth International Symposium on Ceramics, Los Angeles — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1987 Berkshire Dental Society, Williamstown, Massachusetts — Prosthodontic Management of the Advanced Periodontal Disease Patient ( A Course Presented with Dr. Gerald Kramer) 1987 The American Dental Association National Meeting, Las Vegas — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Crown 1987 The Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, New York — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Manchester Dental Society, Manchester, New Hampshire — Prosthodontic Management of the Advanced Periodontal Disease Patient 1988 Tri-County Dental Society, Lexington, Massachusetts — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Studio Associato Di Odontoitria Specialistica, Ancona, Italy — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Amdi Verona, Verona, Italy — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 University of Milano, Milano, Italy — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Studio Dentistico Associato, Milano, Italy — Dental Esthetics and Biological Excellence — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration — Clinical and Laboratory Demonstration and Lecture 1988 Academy of Denture Prosthetics, The Bahamas — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Allan Brewer Prosthodontic Conference, Rochester — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Dicor Symposium, Tokyo, Japan — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Osaka University, Osaka, Japan — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 California Dental Society, San Francisco — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 University of Southern California Symposium on Resin Retained Ceramics, Los Angeles — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1988 American College of Prosthodontists, Baltimore — Getting Started for Examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics 1988 American College of Prosthodontists, New England Section, Boston — The Cast Glass- Ceramic Restoration 1989 The American Academy of Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics, Chicago — The Cast Glass- Ceramic Restoration 1989 The Metropolitan District Dental Society, Brookline — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1989 Recigno Lab Study Group, Philadelphia — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1989 Dr. DePaoli Study Group, Boston — The Cast Glass-Ceramic Restoration 1989 Italian Academies AIOP-AIC, Bologna, Italy — Dicor Symposium 1989 Third International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — Resin-Bonded Ceramic Restoration 1989 Congress Amici D. Brugg, Rimini, Italy — Perspectives in Dental Ceramic 1989 Scandinavian Society of Periodontics, Aahus, Denmark — Chairman, Esthetic Dental Reconstructions — Present Status and Future Demands 1989 American College of Prosthodontics, Tucson — Getting Started for Examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Nine 1990 Congres International de Dentisterie Esthetique, Paris, France — Preparation, Impressioning and Luting of Cast Glass-Ceramic Restorations 1990 West Metropolitan Dental Society, Framingham, Massachusetts — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1990 International Academy of Dental Research, Cincinnati — Clinical Application of Bonded Dicor Crowns 1990 Joseph Ewing Study Club, Philadelphia — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1990 National Naval Dental Center, Bethesda — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1990 Academy of Denture Prosthetics, Palm Springs — Prosthodontics and Periodontics - Goals, Objectives, and Clinical Reality 1990 American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Hershey — Dicor Revisited - The Protagonist View 1990 B.Y.U. Academy of Dentists, Provo — Perspectives in Modern Porcelain Dental Ceramics 1990 First Panorama of Aesthetics in Dentistry, Munich, Germany — Aesthetic Effects with Cast-Glass-Ceramics; Demonstration - Periodontal Diseased High Lip Line Patient, Preparation and Provisionalization 1990 American College of Prosthodontists, Charleston — American Board of Prosthodontics Preparation Course 1990 The University of Michigan, Ypsilanti — Faculty-First Annual Comprehensive Review for Prosthodontists and Prosthodontic Residents — Periodontics and Prosthodontics 1990 York Dental Lab Study Group, Sayville, Connecticut — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1990 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — 1. Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramic; 2. Periodontics and Prosthodontics - Goals, Objectives, and Clinical Reality 1991 American Prosthodontic Society, Chicago — Periodontics and Prosthodontics - Goals, Objectives, and Clinical Reality 1991 Orange County Dental Society, Orange — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1991 The Greater Nashua Dental Society, Nashua — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1991 Studio Associato Di Odontoitria Specialistica, Ancona, Italy — Clinical Demonstration 1991 Dr. DePaoli Study Club, San Benedetto, Italy — Advanced Periodontics, Implants, and Prosthodontics 1991 Albert-Ludwigs University (Prof. Dr. Joerg Strub), Frieburg, Germany — The Esthetic Management of the Advanced Periodontal and Implant Patient 1991 The University of Michigan, Ypsilanti — Faculty - Second Annual Comprehensive Prosthodontic Review — Ceramic and Metal Ceramic Restorations 1991 Dayton Dental Society, Dayton — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1991 American College of Prosthodontists, Reno — American Board of Prosthodontics Preparation Course 1991 New York Academy of Dentistry, N.Y.C. — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1992 The American Academy of Dental Science, Boston — Periodontics and Prosthodontics - Goals, Objectives, and Clinical Reality 1992 American Academy of Dental Research, Boston — Bonded vs. Non-bonded Dicor Crowns: Four Year Report 1992 The Ninth District Dental Society, Westchester — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1992 American College of Prosthodontists - New York Section, N.Y.C. — Preparation for Examination by the American Board of Prosthodontics 1992 European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Madrid, Spain — New Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1992 International Quintessence Symposium, Madrid, Spain — Ceramics, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Ten 1992 St. Louis Dental Meeting of Prosthodontics, St. Louis — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1992 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor — Faculty - Third Annual Comprehensive Prosthodontic Review — Ceramic Restorations 1992 Parkway Dental Society, Dedham, Massachusetts — Perspectives in Periodontics and Prosthodontics 1992 American College of Prosthodontists, Tampa — American Board of Prosthodontics Preparation Course 1992 Dr. Fradeani and Dr. Parma Study Group, Boston — Prosthodontic Management of the Advanced Periodontal Disease Patient 1993 Mellow Grove Study Group, Killington — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Ivoclar Study Day, Chicago — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Harvard University, Boston — Lessons Learned over Ten Years 1993 Southshore District Dental Society, Randolph — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Dr. DePaoli Study Group, Boston — Perspectives in Dental Implants 1993 American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Los Angeles — All Ceramic Metamorphosis to In Ceram and Empress 1993 The Medical College of Georgia, Atlanta — Ceramic Symposium - Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1993 Dr. Parma Study Group, Boston — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Dahlin Lab Study Group, Denver — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 International College of Prosthodontists, Burgenstock, Switzerland — Chairman, Optimal Esthetic 1993 - New Porcelains, New Techniques, New Cements, New Restorative Procedures 1993 University of Zurich, Switzerland — Dental Ceramic Systems 1993 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor — Faculty - Fourth Annual Comprehensive Review for Prosthodontists and Prosthodontic Residents — All Ceramic and Metal Ceramic Restorations 1993 American College of Prosthodontists, Palm Springs — American Board of Prosthodontics Preparation Course 1993 San Diego County Dental Society, San Diego— Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Bayview Lab Study Group, Norfolk, Virginia — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Dresch Lutton Lab Group, Holland, Ohio — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1993 Northshore Perio-Prosth Study Club, Salem, Massachusetts — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1994 The University of Illinois, Chicago — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1994 Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston — Fixed Prosthodontics 1994 Dr. Fugazotto Study Group, Acton — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1994 Vita In-Ceram Symposium, Boston — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1994 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor — Faculty - Fifth Annual Comprehensive Review for Prosthodontists and Residents — All Ceramic and Metal Ceramic Restorations 1994 Greater New York Dental Meeting, New York — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 Israel Dental Association, Tel Aviv, Israel - Keynote Address — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Garmac Study Group, Tel Aviv, Israel — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 New York University College of Dentistry, Graduate Prosthodontics, New York - Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 Barbados Dental Association, Christ Church, Barbados — Achieving Quality Aesthetics with New Prosthetic Materials 1995 New Jersey College of Dentistry, Newark — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Eleven 1995 Dr. Fradeani Study Group, Pesaro, Italy — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Fourth Simposio A.I.O.P. Adriatico, Rimini, Italy — L'evoluzione Della Protesi su Implanti 1995 ANDI Group, Dr. Pantarotto, Udine, Italy — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Scarsdale Dental Society, Scarsdale — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, Boston — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Dr. Fugazatto Study Group, Acton — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1995 New York University College of Dentistry, Italian Study Group, New York — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, Swampscott — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Ontario Dental Association, Toronto, Canada — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Faculty, Sixth Annual Comprehensive Review for Prosthodontists and Residents — All Ceramic and Metal Ceramic Restorations 1995 American College of Prosthodontists, Washington, D.C. — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1995 New England Dental Society, Boston — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1995 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, Boston — Perspectives in Advanced Implant Prosthodontics 1995 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, Boston — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics (A Course Presented with Dr. Dan Nathanason) 1995 Interpore Implant Symposium, San Diego, CA — Perspectives in Esthetic Implant Dentistry and Ceramics 1996 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Materials 1996 American Prosthodontic Society, Chicago — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1996 Northshore Dental Porcelain Laboratory, Boston — Perspectives in Modern Dental Ceramics 1996 Ivoclar, Buffalo — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 1996 Hinman Dental Meeting, Atlanta — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Materials 1996 University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland — A Retrospective Thirteen-Year In-Vivo Study of Three All-Ceramic Materials 1996 Academia Di Estetica Dentale Italiana, Riva Del Garda, Italy — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1996 Academy of Prosthodontics, Newport Beach — A Thirteen-Year Retrospective on Three All-Ceramic Materials - Factors Influencing Success 1996 Association of Prosthodontists of Canada, Montreal, Canada — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Materials 1996 Dr. De Paoli Study Group, Swampscott — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1996 Implant Society of Northern Virginia, Reston — The Interdisciplinary Relationship between Prosthodontics, Dental Technology and Esthetic Implant Dentistry 1996 American Academy of Periodontology Implant Symposium, San Francisco — Predictable Esthetic Implant Prosthodontics 1996 Tufts University, Boston — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 1996 Cape Cod Dental Society, Hyannis — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1996 Ivoclar, Schaan, Liechtenstein — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 1996 3I Implant Symposium, Abano Terme, Italy — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Twelve 1996 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics, NYC — Ceramic Restorations - What Makes Them Tick 1996 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, Danvers — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics 1996 3I Implant Symposium, Orlando — Predictable Esthetic Implant Prosthodontics 1996 The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor — All Ceramic and Metal Ceramic Restorations 1997 West Metropolitan Dental District Meeting, Natick — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1997 American Prosthodontic Society, Chicago — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1997 Academy of Osseointegration, San Francisco — Predictable Esthetic Implant Prosthodontics, A Laboratory Perspective 1997 University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio Dental School (Dr. Robert Cronin), San Antonio — Prosthodontic Decision Making Using Ceramic Materials 1997 UCLA - The First Annual Prosthodontic Conference, Los Angeles — A Fourteen-year Retrospective on All-Ceramic Restorations 1997 The Sixth International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — Predictable Esthetic Ceramic Restorations - A Fourteen-year Retrospective Study 1997 Boston University, Goldman Symposium, Boston — Decision Making Using Dental Ceramic Materials 1997 International College of Prosthodontists, Malta — Prosthodontic Decision Making Using Ceramic Materials 1997 American College of Prosthodontists, Orlando — Prosthodontic Decision Making Using Ceramic Materials 1997 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, Danvers — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics 1997 University of Delaware, Newark — Prosthodontic Decision Making Using Ceramic Materials 1998 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Predictable Esthetic Implant Prosthodontics and Panel on Esthetic Dentistry and Ceramics 1998 Associacion De Prostodoncia De Mexico, Mexico City — Decision Making Using Dental Ceramic Materials 1998 Harvard University Dental School, Boston — Decision Making Using Dental Ceramic Materials 1998 St. Claire (Dr. Stuart Isler) Study Group, Parsippany, NJ — Predictable Esthetic Decisions Using Modern Dental Ceramic Materials 1998 Northeast Prosthodontic Society, Boston — Decision Making Using Dental Ceramic Materials 1998 University of Basel (Dr. Prof. Carlo Marinello), Basel, Switzerland — Predictable Esthetic Decisions Using Modern Ceramic Materials 1998 Academy of General Dentistry, Boston — 1. Achieving Quality Esthetic Dentistry with New-Generation Ceramic Materials; 2. Predictable Esthetic Implant Prosthodontics 1998 American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Philadelphia — Ceramic Materials, What Makes Them Tick? 1998 American College of Prosthodontists, San Diego — Perspectives in the Development of Prosthodontic Occlusion 1999 Loma Linda University (Dean Charles Goodacre), Loma Linda — Perspectives in Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1999 Ivoclar, Orlando — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 1999 Brookline Dental Society, Brookline — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 1999 Memphis Dental Society, Memphis— Predictable Esthetic Dentistry with Modern Dental Materials 1999 University of Tennessee College of Dentistry — 1. Decision Making Using Dental Materials; 2. Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Thirteen 1999 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — A Perspective of the State of Esthetic Dentistry 1999 Eighth District Dental Society, Buffalo — Perspectives in Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 1999 University of Texas Health Science Center Implant Course, San Antonio — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1999 Ivoclar, Chicago — Panel on Esthetic Dentistry 1999 California Dental Association, Anaheim — 1. Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics; 2. Perspectives in Dental Occlusion and Ceramics in Prosthodontics 1999 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (Dr. Ono Japanese Group), Swampscott —Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics and Dental Occlusion 1999 American Prosthodontic Society 2000 Study Group, Alexandria, Virginia — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 1999 Forsyth Institute PG Biostatistics with Dr. Van Thompson, Boston — Statistical Analysis of Dicor Performance over 16 years 1999 Perico Study Club, Swampscott — Gingival Ceramic Applications in Fixed and Implant Prosthodontics 1999 Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (German Group), Swampscott — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics and Dental Occlusion 1999 Association of Prosthodontists of Canada, Toronto — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 1999 American College of Prosthodontists, NYC — Gingival Ceramic Applications in Fixed and Implant Prosthodontics 1999 NIDCR Machinable Ceramics Grant, External Review Board, Baltimore — Statistical Analysis of Dicor Performance over 16 years 1999 New York Academy of Dentistry, NYC — The Rehabilitation of the Esthetic Zone in Conventional and Implant Prosthodontics 1999 University of Zurich (Dr. Sandro Palla), Zurich, Switzerland — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 1999 Ivoclar, Schaan, Liechtenstein — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 1999 Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry, Bologna, Italy — The Rehabilitation of the Esthetic Zone in Conventional and Implant Prosthodontics 2000 Ivoclar, St. Petersburg — The State of Prosthodontics in Clinical Practice 2000 Georgia Dental Association and Georgia Dental Laboratory Association, Atlanta — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 American Prosthodontic Society, Chicago — Perspectives in the Development of Prosthodontic Occlusion 2000 Ivoclar, Chicago — Panel on Esthetic Dentistry 2000 International Dental Study Club, Buffalo — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 Hadassah Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 Seventh International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 Bogotá School of Dentistry 25th Anniversary Congress, Bogotá, Colombia — 1. Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment; 2. Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 2000 University of North Carolina School of Dentistry — 1. Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment; 2. Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 2000 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 9th District Dental Society, Westchester — Perspectives in Implant Prosthodontics 2000 Dental Labs of Massachusetts, Lynnfield — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Fourteen 2000 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2000 American College of Prosthodontists, Big Island, Hawaii — CD-ROM Third Edition ACP Private Practice Manual 2000 FDI Annual World Dental Congress, Paris, France — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2000 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 American Prosthodontic Society 2000 Study Group, Alexandria, Virginia — Perspectives in Prosthodontics and Occlusion 2001 Miami Mid-Winter Dental Meeting, Miami — Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Esthetic Dentistry 2001 University of Florida, Kaplan Visiting Professorship, Gainesville — Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics 2001 Alachua Dental Society, Gainesville — Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 Chicago Dental Society - American College of Prosthodontists, Chicago — Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Esthetic Dentistry 2001 NGS – GNYAP Institute for Advanced Education for Dentists and Technicians — (Dr. Stephan Neeser & Dr. Harold Litvak) Electronic Pantographic Technique 2001 Southeastern Prosthodontic Academy, Williamsburg — Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Esthetic Dentistry 2001 Newport Beach Academy of Dentistry, Newport Beach — Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Esthetic Dentistry 2001 Academy of Prosthodontics, Santa Fe — Facilitator, Evidence Based Dentistry Seminar 2001 University of Connecticut, Farmington — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 Ivoclar, Schaan, Liechtenstein — 1. A Ten Year Prospective In-Vivo Study of Empress All- Ceramic Restorations; 2. Gingival Ceramics in Fixed and Implant Prosthodontics 2001 Marquette University Dental School — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2001 Cape Cod District Dental Society, Hyannis — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 American Academy of Periodontology, Philadelphia — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2001 Northshore Dental Society, Salem — The Rehabilitation of the Esthetic Zone in Conventional and Implant Prosthodontics 2001 UCLA School of Dentistry — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2001 International College of Prosthodontists, Sydney, Australia — Managing Flaws in Ceramic Science 2001 International Centre for Dental Education (Ivoclar), Sydney, Australia — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 Australian (Queensland) Prosthodontic Society, Brisbane, Australia — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2001 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2001 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Fifteen 2002 American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, Chicago — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk 2002 NGS – GNYAP Institute for Advanced Education for Dentists and Technicians — (Dr. Stephan Neeser & Dr. Harold Litvak) Electronic Pantographic Technique 2002 California Dental Association, Anaheim — Perspectives in Dental Occlusion and Ceramics in Prosthodontics 2002 University of Florida, Gainesville — 1. Graduate Prosthodontics - Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics; 2. Undergraduates – Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 Academy of Prosthodontics, Portland — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2002 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry – Implant Symposium, Boston — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2002 University of Maryland, Baltimore — 1. Graduate Prosthodontics - Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics; 2. Alumni Lecture – Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 University of Connecticut, Farmington — Prosthodontics, Occlusion, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 Japanese Society of Oral Implantology, Hiroshima, Japan — Perspectives in Dental Ceramics and Implant Prosthodontics 2002 Kyushu University, Fukuoka City, Japan — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics 2002 University of Iowa, Iowa City — 1. Graduate Prosthodontics - Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics; 2. Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 Northeastern Gnathological Society — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2002 American College of Prosthodontists, Dallas — A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Study of Different All-Ceramic Materials and Restorations 2002 Perico Study Club, Swampscott — Prosthodontics, Esthetic Dentistry and Risk Assessment 2002 District of Columbia Dental Society, Washington, DC — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2003 US Air Force Dental Laboratory Workshop, Keystone, Colorado — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2003 Chicago Dental Society, Chicago — Perspectives in Esthetic Dental Ceramics and Implantology 2003 Academy of Prosthodontics, Boston — A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 German Society of Prosthetic Dentistry, Rust, Germany — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 University of Basel (Dr. Prof. Carlo Marinello), Basel, Switzerland — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 Vita, Bad Sackingen, Germany — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Sixteen 2003 Ivoclar, Schaan, Liechtenstein — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Capri, Italy — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 The American Dental Society of Europe, Taormiona Sicily, Italy — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics 2003 American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Dana Point — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2003 El Paso Dental Conference, El Paso — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2003 American College of Prosthodontists, Dallas — (Dr. Stephan Neeser) The Interrelationship of Dental Technology and Prosthodontics- Gingival Ceramics in Fixed, Partial and Complete Dentures 2003 Columbia University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, NYC — Decision Making and the Integration of Esthetic Dentistry, Dental Ceramics and Prosthodontics 2003 River Valley Study Club, Old Saybrook — Decision Making and the Integration of Esthetic Dentistry, Dental Ceramics and Prosthodontics 2003 Italian Academy of Prosthodontics, Bologna, Italy — 1. Integration of Esthetic Dentistry. Periodontics and Prosthodontics Into Excellent Clinical Care 2. Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2004 American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, Chicago — Gingival Ceramics in Fixed, Partial and Complete Dentures 2004 American College of Prosthodontics – American Dental Education Association, Seattle — Esthetic Dentistry and Graduate Prosthodontic Education 2004 University of Texas Health Science Center, Post Graduate Prosthodontics (Prof. Robert Cronin), San Antonio — 1.Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2. Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics 2004 Dialogue 2004 Laboratory Technology Conference, Anaheim — 1.Debate – The Present State of the Industry 2. (ACP) Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics 2004 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry – Implant Symposium, Boston — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2004 Alan Brewer 26th Annual Conference, Rochester — Decision Making and the Integration of Esthetic Dentistry, Dental Ceramics and Prosthodontics 2004 Eighth International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In- Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2004 North Shore Periodontal Prosthesis Study Club, Swampscott — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2004 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry – Ceramic Symposium, Boston — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2004 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry – Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Seventeen 2004 American College of Prosthodontics –Dental Assistant’s Program, Ottawa, Canada — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Prosthodontics 2004 Greater New York Dental Meeting, New York City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2005 NIDCR Machinable Ceramics Grant, External Review Board, NYC — Statistical Analysis of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor Performance over 20 years 2005 CPOS, Marseille, France — 1. Integration of Esthetic Dentistry. Periodontics and Prosthodontics Into Excellent Clinical Care 2. Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations 2005 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Panel Discussion on Treatment Planning for Esthetic Dentistry 2005 Calgary Study Club, Calgary, Canada — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis 2005 Calgary and District Dental Society, Calgary, Canada — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2005 American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, Chicago — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis 2005 American Prosthodontic Society, Chicago — Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All- Ceramic Restorations 2005 The Odontologic Study Club, San Diego — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis 2005 The Odontologic Study Club, Los Angeles — 1. Understanding Dental Ceramic Flaws and Clinical Risk - A Twenty Year Prospective In-Vivo Survival Study of Empress, In Ceram and Dicor All-Ceramic Restorations; 2. Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2005 Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry, Boston — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2005 American College of Prosthodontists – New York Section, New York City — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis 2005 Oklahoma State Dental Society, Oklahoma City — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis 2005 Harvard School of Dental Medicine - CE Course, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2005 The University of Connecticut – PG Prosthodontics, Farmington — 1. Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis; 2. Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2005 Manhattan Interdisciplinary Dental Study Group, New York City — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2005 Harold Litvak Symposium – New York University College of Dentistry, New York City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2005 Harvard School of Dental Medicine - CE Course, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2005 New York Academy of Dentistry, New York City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Eighteen 2006 Harvard School of Dental Medicine - CE Course, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Southwest Dental Institute, Oklahoma City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Chicago Dental Society (ACP), Chicago — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Valley Forge Dental Conference, Valley Forge — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Periodontal Associates Study Club, Framingham — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Francis B. Vedder Society for Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics, Ann Arbor — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Northeastern Gnathological Society — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Harvard School of Dental Medicine - CE Course, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Academy of Prosthodontics, San Francisco — The Effect of Dentin or Foundation Cores on Long Term Prosthodontic Survival 2006 Loma Linda University (Dean Charles Goodacre), Loma Linda — The Effect of Dentin or Foundation Cores on Long Term Prosthodontic Survival 2006 University of Maryland, Baltimore — 1. Graduate Prosthodontics - Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics 2. Alumni Lecture – Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Boston Periodontal Study Club, Boston — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Southwest Dental Institute, Oklahoma City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Minnesota Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Minneapolis — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Southwest Dental Institute, Oklahoma City — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 US Army Prosthodontic Residency Program, Augusta — 1. Ceramic Science and the Evaluation of Risk in Prosthodontics 2. Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2006 Lab One, Norfolk — 1. Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2. Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2006 Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics — The Effect of Dentin or Foundation Cores on Long Term Prosthodontic Survival 2007 American College of Prosthodontists – Georgia Tech — 1. Technical Management of Gingival Ceramic Restorations 2. Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2007 Yankee Dental Meeting, Boston — Panel Discussion on Treatment Planning for Esthetic Dentistry 2007 Academy of Osseointegration, San Antonio — Prosthetic Versus Surgical Management of Ridge Defects 2007 Michigan Dental Society, Detroit — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics
  • KENNETH A. MALAMENT D.D.S., M.Sc.D. Page Nineteen 2007 Ninth International Symposium on Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry, Boston — The Effect of Dentin or Foundation Cores on Long Term Prosthodontic Survival 2007 European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Baden-Baden, Germany — Integration of Esthetic Dentistry and Simple and Complex Modern Prosthodontics 2007 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor — Choosing the Appropriate Crown for Different Areas of the mouth: Esthetics versus Long-Term Prognosis