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  • dedicated years The 2012 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Periodontology is dedicated to Alice DeForest, AAP Executive Director and honorary member, who will retire at the conclusion of this meeting after 26 years of service. During Alice’s tenure, membership has nearly doubled, staff has been organized into seven specialized departments to support member activities and operating revenue has increased more than ten-fold. Since Alice walked through its doors, the Academy has diversified its business lines, exponentially expanded its member services and dramatically increased its influence with other dental organizations - domestic and international. Implants and regenerative techniques have become commonplace in the periodontist’s armamentarium, and the relationship between periodontal diseases and systemic health has gained a strong footing. The AAP has significantly increased its outreach to consumer, dental trade and medical press, resulting in a solid media presence. The Academy established a Foundation, and Alice has served on its board since its inception. She has been in a unique position to support these and other dramatic changes in the AAP and the specialty, and has participated in shaping the changing face of periodontics. Please take a moment to wish her well when you see her at this meeting. Alice, enjoy some time to yourself. You will be missed! 3
  • Dear Colleague: It is our great pleasure to welcome you to the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), in collaboration with the Japanese Society of Periodontology (JSP). We would like to extend our sincerest appreciation to the AAP and JSP organizing committees for putting together such a wonderful and exciting meeting, and the members of both associations for their support in furthering the specialty of periodontology. We are greatly looking forward to visiting Los Angeles with its sunny skies, exciting attractions and dynamic environment. We know it will provide the perfect opportunity to grow and strengthen the relationship between our organizations. The educational programsput forth at this year’s meeting promise to provide stimulating discussions and up-to-the-minute information.It is our hope that by working together and exchanging information, technology and newideas, we can continue to grow and expand the field of periodontics.Sincerely,Hiromasa Yoshie, DDSJSP President 5
  • JSP AAP 9 29 10 2 98 1 LA City of Angels LA LA 1 the Pointer Sisters CE 10 4 5 2 perio.org JSP AAP Pamela K. McClain, DDS6 AAP President
  • 98 AAP JSP 2012 2012 AAP-JSP LA CEHiromasa Yoshie, DDSJSP President 7
  • Early Bird Corporate Forum + Opening General Session with Presidential Address AAP Member Central + Smartphone App + AAP Member Lounge Live webcasts of General Sessions Dental Hygiene Symposium – facilitated through the California Society of Periodontists + Post-Annual Meeting CE Symposium – October 4-5 in Newport Beach + Course Evaluations – now available via the smartphone app + AAP Student Member (Perio Program) Registration Category – now combines both member and non-member students8
  • Table of ContentsAAP Foundation Activities ..................................................... 62 Postdoctoral Program Directors Organization...........45, 49 Workshop and Business Meeting Award Reception....................................................... 43, 62 (by invitation only) T ...................................44, 62 Poster Session (Research Forum) ...........................37, 45, 53 A Periodontists and Spouses Predoctoral Program Directors Organization .................... 34 B .......................................................... 33, 62 Workshop and Business Meeting L ................................. 52, 62 (by invitation only) E ....................................................................... 62 Program Tracks ....................................................................26-29AAP Member Central ............................................................... 14 Program at-a-Glance..........................................................24-25 OAAP Member Lounge ............................................................... 14 Registration...........................................................................70-72 FABP Sounding Board Breakfast .............................................44 Registration & Housing Form.......................................... 79-80Air Travel ..................................................................................... 68 Research Forum Poster Session ...............................37, 45, 53 CAttendance Requirement......................................................... 14 Schedule of Events............................................................. 30-59 OAwards ...................................................................................14, 43 ...................................................................................... 30 NBalint Orban Memorial Program ...........................................35 ............................................................................31-35 T .............................................................................36-43 ECancellation and Refund Policy............................................. 70 ........................................................................... 44-52 NCar Rental.................................................................................... 69 T ............................................................................53-58Clinical and Basic Science Symposium ................................ 31 S (sponsored by District 8) Session Categories & Definitions .......................................... 16Coat/Baggage Check................................................................ 14 Speaker/Moderator Index ................................................ 75-76 Sponsors ................................................................................ 10-12Continuing Education Information ..................................14, 61 Student Event ............................................................................. 39Corporate Forums ................................................................ 17-23 Tours, Tour Form.......................................................... 63-66, 77Crisis Plan..................................................................................... 15 Video Recording ......................................................................... 16Deadlines ..................................................................................... 15 Welcome Reception ..................................................................35Dental Hygiene Symposium, ...................................32, 60, 81 Registration FormDistrict 8 Section Meetings ................................................... 34 The Academy would like to extend its gratitude to 2011District Forums .......................................................................... 39 Chair Robert A. Faiella and the Continuing Education Oversight Committee for their program-planning efforts.Dress Code/Temperature........................................................ 15Exhibition, Regulations ............................................................. 61Future Meetings & Conferences ........................................... 69 OFFICIAL DISCLAIMERGeneral Assembly Business Session ....................................52 With the exception of the Corporate Forums, the AcademyGeneral Information ............................................................ 14-15 is solely responsible for selecting topics, speakers andGround Transportation ............................................................ 68 content for the educational sessions at its Annual Meetings.Housing and Travel .............................................................67-68 Corporate sponsorship for educational sessions is soughtHousing & Registration Form.......................................... 79-80 only after topics and speakers have been determined by the Academy. The support provided by the Academy’sInternet Center ..................................................................... 15, 61 corporate partners defrays the audio visual and relatedMap................................................................................................74 costs associated with conducting the sessions, and is notMedia Credentials ..................................................................... 15 used to pay speaker honoraria or expenses.Phone Numbers .......................................................................... 15 The AAP does not endorse speaker content. ThePost-Annual Meeting CE Symposium ................................. 59 views of faculty do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Academy. 9
  • Sponsors The Academy now offers a Diamond-level sponsorship. This level recognizes all funds, not just those designated for the Annual Meeting, donated to the Academy within the calendar year.SP DiamondO ($100,000 and above)NSORS Board of Trustees Dinner (May) CE Notepads and Pens Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry supplement (2012 Spring Conference) Corporate Forum10
  • SponsorsPlatinum ($50,000 - $99,999)BioHorizons Straumann Corporate Forum Advance Program Advertisement On-Site Program Tab Corporate Forum Registration Totebags Exhibits at-a-Glance Guide SBiomet 3i On-Site Program Advertisement P Sunday/Monday Continuing Education O Advance Program Advertisement Corporate Forum Sunstar Suisse SA/Sunstar Americas, Inc. N On-Site Program Advertisement 2012 Spring Conference Co-Sponsor S Program at-a-Glance Guide Gold Medal Award OCarestream Dental Post-Annual Meeting CE Symposium R 2012 Spring Conference Co-Sponsor Research Forum Poster Session S Advance Program Advertisement Speaker Ready Room Corporate Forum Zimmer Dental General Sessions (Tuesday) CE Pavilion Internet Center Corporate Forum - Early BirdColgate ExpoCard and Registration Credential Packet AAP Foundation Golf Tournament On-Site Program Tab Dental Hygienist Reception Smartphone App General Session (Monday) On-Site Program Advertisement Postdoctoral Directors Organization Workshop and Business MeetingDENTSPLY Implants AAP Member Lounge Corporate Forum Hotel Key Cards Registration Lanyards Welcome Reception Co-SponsorGeistlich Pharma North America 2012 Spring Conference Co-Sponsor Board of Trustees Dinner (August) Corporate Forum General Session (Sunday) Online Library Subscriptions for Graduate ProgramsJ. Morita USA Corporate Forum On-Site Program Tab Welcome Reception Co-Sponsor 11
  • Sponsors Gold ($25,000 - $49,999) Bronze (Under $10,000) Johnson & Johnson Healthcare Products Division of ACE Surgical Supply CompanyS McNeil-PPC, Inc. On-Site Program TabP Balint Orban Memorial Program Bicon Dental Implants Special CitationsO Hotel In-room ChannelN Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. Hu-Friedy Corporate ForumS Master Clinician Award On-Site Program TabO LifeNet Health Treloar & Heisel, Inc.R ABP Sounding Board Breakfast AAP Foundation Estate PlanningS Breakfast for Periodontists and Spouses Ostell Student Event Corporate Forum - Early Bird Student Member Reception Osteogenics Biomedical Corporate Forum - Early Bird Silver ($10,000 - $24,999) Surgitel/General Scientific Corporation Crest/Oral-B On-Site Program Tab Distinguished Scientist Award Synthes Dental Predoctoral Directors Organization Corporate Forum - Early Bird Workshop and Business Meeting Student Awards MIS Implants Corporate Forum - Early Bird Humanitarian Award On-Site Program Tab OraPharma Shuttle Bus Osteohealth Corporate Forum - Early Bird Innovations in Periodontics Sessions 1-4 Quintessence Publishing Company 2012 Spring Conference Co-Sponsor Clinical Research Award Our thanks to the AAP Foundation for their sponsorship of the R. Earl Robinson Regeneration Award and the Education Grant for the Jay Siebert Fund.12
  • Lo lat ok f er o thi r theKeeping You ss um app me r!Connected!Stay current with exhibitors and colleaguesby taking advantage of this great feature.The smartphone app is available to Android, Blackberry and iPhone users, andfunctions in areas of poor internet connectivity. There’s also a web-based appversion for all other smartphone types. Provides easy-to-use interactive capabilities for attendees to enhance their experience at the meeting. Highlights include: The Dashboard keeps you organized with up-to- the-minute info. Schedule at-a-Glance can easily organize schedules with one click. Alerts allow attendees to receive important real- time communications from the Academy. Built-in Twitter feed to follow and join in on the meeting chatter. Locate exhibitors you want to visit. Friends feature connects you to colleagues attending the meeting. Local Places listings and maps point you to host- city sights, dining, entertainment and attractions, as well as discount offers from local merchants. Sponsored by 13
  • General Information The American Academy of Periodontology is an Americans with Disabilities Act ADA CERP Recognized Provider. The Academy recognizes the need to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please indicate any special requests you may have on the Housing & Registration Form, and Experient’s customer service center will contact you. AAP Member CentralG Your source for all things “perio” Attendance RequirementE Take a stroll down the red carpet to AAP Member Central, As stated in Chapter 1, Section 6 of the Academy Bylaws,N where you’re treated like the star you are! Located in the member attendance requirements must be met unlessE West Tower Lobby of the Los Angeles Convention Center, a petition for extension of your respective time periodR here is just some of what you’ll find: has been filed with the Board of Trustees. Contact theA Membership department if a waiver is needed.L AAP website!I Awards meetings, and publicationsN Recipients of AAP awards and Foundation scholarshipsF Clinical will be honored at an awards presentation Sunday evening.O Advances in PeriodonticsRM Coat/Baggage CheckA Services will be available for a nominal fee for the durationT of the meeting; cash only.IO member volunteer starsN Continuing Education - CE Pavilion makeover with member resources Using the ExpoCard included in your credential packet, attendees may record CE hours via the Academy’s CEU membership benefits Manager at the CE Pavilion (located in the exhibit hall), and print out a copy of their credits for their files. A link Plan on visiting AAP Member Central during the Annual on the AAP’s public web site at perio.org - available for 90 days following the meeting - will also direct participants If you have any questions, contact the Membership to the site from any personal computer. department at member.services@perio.org. The AAP does not send continuing education credit information to state boards or licensing/regulatory AAP Member Lounge agencies. Meeting attendees are responsible for ensuring that their credits are current and on file. Continuing Take advantage of smartphone recharging stations in education is offered on an hour-for-hour basis for every a laidback setting while enjoying complimentary Wi-Fi. hour of programming which earns CE credit. A relaxing environment in which to discuss the A computer terminal designated specifically for the day’s events! printing of certificates of attendance and/or presentation Our thanks to DENTSPLY Implants for sponsoring the will also be available. AAP Member Lounge. Our thanks to Zimmer Dental for sponsoring the CE Pavilion.14
  • General InformationCrisis Plan LocationAfter September 1, visit perio.org and click on the Annual Most programs and events will be held at theMeeting icon (or call the AAP at 800-282-4867) for the Los Angeles Convention Center.latest updates and status of the meeting. All attendeesare strongly encouraged to complete the emergency Media Credentialscontact and hotel information requested on the Housing &Registration Form, should the Academy need to get in touch Members of the media are encouraged to attend thiswith you for any reason. Please note that the completed G year’s Annual Meeting to cover the wide array ofemergency contact card - included among your credentials - E periodontal health topics that will be presented. Mediashould stay with you for the duration of the meeting. In the representatives must be currently employed by an Nevent of an on-site emergency, check with the hotel front established news outlet, and provide identification before Edesk personnel for further information and instructions, or being issued a press pass. Valid forms of identification Rconsult the smartphone app. include a business card, letter of assignment on A publication letterhead or published samples of previous LDeadlines editorial/news work. Registration fees for members of the press will be waived, and credentialed media will be IEarly Registration - September 4 allowed to attend non-ticketed sessions and seminars, NTours - September 7 space permitting. FRefunds - September 27 The Academy reserves the right to limit the number of O press passes issued. For more information or to obtain an RDress Code/Temperature application for press credentials, contact Meg Dempsey M of the Public, Practice & Scientific Affairs department at AAttendees are encouraged to wear business casual attire 312-573-3242 or meg@perio.org. Tfor the meeting. Late September high temperatures in ILos Angeles average in the low 80s, with lows around Phone Numbers O60 degrees. Lightweight clothing with a jacket for Nevenings is recommended. AAP Toll free at 800-282-4867 (US & Canada); 312-787-5518 (outside US & Canada)Hotels AAP Foundation EventsJW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live (headquarters) Dana Camacho at dana@perio.org or 312-573-3257Los Angeles Marriott Downtown* Air TravelOmni Los Angeles*Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown* 630-227-3800 (outside US & Canada)Westin Bonaventure* 512IB (3 numbers, 2 letters)*Shuttle service will be offered between these hotels and American Airlines at 800-433-1790, discount code 38N1AT the Los Angeles Convention Center. American Board of Periodontology Kent G. Palcanis at staff@abperio.org or 410-647-1324Internet Center Ground TransportationAttendees can check their e-mail during the meeting at Hertz at 800-654-2240, discount code CV#020V0009the Internet Center located in the exhibit hall. Housing/Refunds/RegistrationOur thanks to Carestream Dental for sponsoring the Experient at 866-229-2386 or 301-694-5243Internet Center. Media Credentials Meg Dempsey at meg@perio.org or 312-573-3242 15
  • Session Categories & Definitions Below is a brief outline of the educational/scientific programs that will be offered at the Annual Meeting. Except for General Sessions, which run unopposed, these sessions can run concurrently during specified time slots. Clinical Technique Showcase (CTS) General Session (GS) These 1.5-hour sessions offer presentations by four These 2-hour programs present a topic of general interest speakers that concisely address a clinically-related in a stimulating, motivational style by today’s most subject. Invited speakers will present their topic in 15 respected speakers. These sessions offer continuing minutes, addressing a particular technique, material education credit and are video-recorded. Open to allS or device that is of clinical interest. There are no registrants; no additional fee is required.E breaks between speakers, and the panel will engageS in a question-and-answer period of approximately 15S Hands-on Workshop (HW) minutes at the session’s conclusion. These courses offerI continuing education credit and are video-recorded. This interactive, technical course - given by experts in aO Open to all registrants; no additional fee is required. particular area - offers participants the opportunity toN learn about the latest trends, challenges and technologies Continuing Education (CE) in the industry in a small group setting. These workshopsC offer continuing education credit, but are not video-A These 2.5-hour programs feature single or multiple recorded. Ticketed event; requires additional fee.T speakers in each session. Continuing education coursesE are professional development/career enhancement Innovations in Periodontics (IP)G sessions given by credentialed speakers delivering aO unique topic in a theater-style format. These courses offer These 1.5-hour sessions address innovations andR continuing education credit and are video-recorded. advances in clinical periodontics, basic sciences or relatedI Open to all registrants; no additional fee is required. subjects. Each session consists of four individual speakersE who give 15-minute presentations on a specific topic,S Focused Continuing Education (FCE) followed by a 5-minute question-and-answer period. Speakers are selected by a blind review of abstracts& These 1.5-hour sessions address a specific topic/ submitted to the Academy. These courses offer technique or practice management topic/issue. This continuing education credit and are video-recorded.D venue features one speaker who gives an in-depth Open to all registrants; no additional fee is required.E presentation on topics ranging from surgical technique,F materials, treatment sequence/integration or practiceI management. These courses offer continuing educationN credit and are video-recorded. Open to all registrants; noI additional fee is required.TIONS Video Recording As the majority of courses are now video-recorded, related icons are no longer used. See the above section for those types that are video-recorded.16
  • Corporate Forum Saturday, September 29The 11th annual Corporate Forum will take place over three days at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Academy thanksthe companies taking part for their support, and making the opportunity available to all Annual Meeting registrants.Participating companies have selected the speakers and topics for the sessions, paying all related expenses. The Cinformation and opinions presented are solely those of the speakers and sponsoring companies, and do not representthe opinions of, nor constitute endorsement by, the AAP. The Academy does not offer continuing education credit for Othe Corporate Forums. R P 1:00 - 1:45 pm OCORPORATE FORUM SCHEDULE RAT-A-GLANCE BioHorizons ASaturday Guidelines for Decision-Making: Connective Tissue T and Alloderm E1:00 - 1:45 pm 2:45 - 3:00 pm - Break Speaker: Kirk L. PasquinelliBioHorizons 3:00 - 3:45 pm The use of both autogenous connective tissue and acellular FBiomet 3i BioHorizons dermal matrix is clinically proven to successfully cover OCarestream Dental Biomet 3i exposed roots. Clinicians need to be facile in the utilization of RGeistlich Pharma North DENTSPLY Implants both techniques to best serve their patients. This presentation U America J. Morita USA will suggest guidelines and show clinical examples that will aid in MJ. Morita USA treatment planning, using the two materials to maximize clinical Millennium DentalMillennium Dental Technologies, Inc. outcomes while streamlining the surgical process. Technologies, Inc. Nobel Biocare Biomet 3iNobel Biocare StraumannStraumann The Use of Intraoral Scanning in the Optimization of 3:45 - 4:00 pm - Break Developing and Sustaining Hard and Soft Tissue Levels1:45 - 2:00 pm - Break Speaker: Harold S. Baumgarten 4:00 - 4:45 pm2:00 - 2:45 pm Preservation of healthy soft tissue around an implant-supported BioHorizonsBioHorizons restoration is paramount for optimal aesthetic results. This Biomet 3iBiomet 3i presentation will explain in detail how the BellaTek™ Encode® DENTSPLY Implants Impression System can be used in combination with intraoralCarestream Dental J. Morita USA scanning (IOS) to develop and maintain the contour, volumeGeistlich Pharma North America Millennium Dental and position of the peri-implant soft tissues, decrease treatment Technologies, Inc. time, and increase patient comfort and satisfaction. Additionally,J. Morita USA Nobel Biocare participants will learn how these technologies can simplifyMillennium Dental the impression-making process, and deliver a more precise Technologies, Inc. Straumann restoration.Nobel BiocareStraumann Carestream Dental CBCT: State-of-the-Art Digitally Guided BoneSunday - Early Bird Monday - Early Bird Augmentation™7:00 am 7:00 am Speaker: Michael A. PikosMIS Implants Osteohealth This clinically-based presentation will focus on CBCT-basedOsstell Zimmer Dental reverse tissue engineering concepts that allow for practicalOsteogenics Biomedical and predictable perio-prosthetic-driven bone grafting for optimal implant reconstruction. The idea of a sequential CBCTOsteohealth digital diagnostic approach, and the use of Digitally GuidedSynthes Dental Bone Augmentation (DGBA)™, will be discussed with case 17 presentations.
  • Corporate Forum Saturday, September 29 1:00 - 1:45 pm (continued) Nobel Biocare Geistlich Pharma North America Title: PendingC Speaker: TBD Ridge Preservation: Rationale, Indications andO Technique Course description pending.R Speaker: Maurício G. Araújo StraumannP Ridge preservation is a clinical procedure that aims atO preventing bone loss following tooth extraction. The aim Periodontal Regeneration with Confidence - 15 YearsR of Literature Support with Emdogain™ of the presentation is to: discuss the literature on theA rationale/indications of ridge preservation, and describe Speaker: David L. CochranT the corresponding surgical technique. Application of enamel matrix derivative to periodontalE defects results in histological regeneration. The J. Morita USA combination of proteins results in greater effects than itsF Innovative Treatment Procedures for Peri-implantitis components. Numerous studies in a variety of indicationsO and Furcation Involvement with Er:YAG Laser mixing EMD with various bone graft materials also resultR Moderator: Myron Nevins in successful periodontal regeneration.UM Part 1: Revolutionary New Treatment for Peri- implantitis - Stripping the Contaminated Titanium 1:45 - 2:00 pm Break Oxide Layer with Er:YAG Laser Speaker: Atsuhiko Yamamoto 2:00 - 2:45 pm Part 2: Innovative Regenerative Procedure for Class III Furcation Involvement using a Dental Endoscope BioHorizons with Er:YAG Laser - Supporting Histological and Cone Concepts and Protocols to Optimize Treatment Beam CT Analysis Outcomes in Implant Esthetics: Evidence-Based Speaker: Toshiaki Yoshino Speaker: Sonia Leziy Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc. Anterior restoration with implants demands an LANAP in Private Practice - Effectiveness Measured understanding of pre-treatment conditions, as well by Tooth Loss as the impact of surgical and restorative procedures Speaker: Lloyd V. Tilt on tissue architecture. Outcomes are affected by many factors, including implant design, hard and soft One of the key criteria for determining the success of tissue augmentation techniques, and refining of the periodontal therapies is tooth survival over time. This transmucosal tissue form through provisionalization. presentation will discuss clinical results, long-term cases This session will illustrate the impact of the periodontist’s and tooth survival over ten years in private practice, along decisions and treatment on the restorative outcome. with FDA certifications, pyramid of evidence, wavelength and the defined protocol and training. This retrospective on the LANAP protocol has been recently published in the March/April issue of General Dentistry.18
  • Corporate Forum Saturday, September 292:00 - 2:45 pm (continued) J. Morita USABiomet 3i Efficacy of Three-Dimensional Diagnosis in Periodontal and Implant TreatmentEsthetic Regeneration: Biomaterial Selection for C Moderator: Myron Nevins OAllografts and Xenografts Speaker: Yasukazu Miyamoto RSpeaker: Marc L. Nevins This presentation will demonstrate the precision and PThis presentation will demonstrate the potential to usefulness of the “Morita 3D Accuitomo” cone beam CT Omanage dental-alveolar defects with bone replacement for diagnosis of morphology of bone defects in periodontal Rgraft biomaterials, achieving optimal results. The principles regenerative therapy. Its usefulness for pre- and post-op Aof guided bone regeneration will be presented for multiple implant treatment, especially in assessing labial bone Tclinical scenarios. Focusing on biomaterial selection thickness on anterior esthetic implants, will also be covered. Ebetween allografts and xenografts, membranes will alsobe discussed, including what types should be utilized Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc.and when to use them. Dental implant predictability and Flongevity is dependent on a healthy recipient site with Repeat of 1:00 pm session Oadequate bone volume. Proper diagnostics, surgical and R Nobel Biocare Urestorative treatment planning and materials selection allare pertinent to successful outcomes. Title: Pending M Speaker: TBDCarestream Dental Course description pending.Repeat of 1:00 pm session StraumannGeistlich Pharma North America Long-Term Success with Straumann Dental Implants -Horizontal Ridge Augmentation: Current Therapies Scientific Evidence and 10-Year Dataand New Trends Speaker: David L. CochranSpeaker: Sascha A. Jovanovic Straumann offers bone level and tissue level implants withThis presentation will highlight a step-by-step ‘horizontal proven osteoconductive surfaces. Unique innovationsridge augmentation’ protocol for today’s implant practice, include increased strength of a titanium/zirconium metaland its indications, results and complications in patients alloy, and a modern surface with a titanium oxide in itswith alveolar bone resorption and esthetic expectations. native chemical configuration. Long-term data prove theThe required surgical steps and diagnostics to ensure innovative products’ effectiveness with high success rates.the highest possible perfection in the outcome will bepresented, with clear and simplified decision-making instaged versus simultaneous implant placement, and the 2:45 - 3:00 pm Breakgrafting method of choice. 19
  • Corporate Forum Saturday, September 29 3:00 - 3:45 pm J. Morita USA BioHorizons Early Implant Placement Using a Bovine Collagen Augmentation MaterialC Engineering a True Biologic Width around an ImplantO Speaker: Sebastiano Andreana Speakers: Myron Nevins, Michael S. ReddyR This presentation will focus on the use of a collagen-P Despite the enormous success of dental implants, the based bone filling material after tooth extraction.O lack of a biologic width similar to natural teeth can lead The dense bovine collagen in the shape of a plug is to crestal bone loss, gum recession and lost papillae. inserted into the socket and secured with sutures. BoneR While function is still maintained, long-term esthetics regeneration and optimal soft tissue coverage is achievedA are compromised. During this presentation, the latest at ten weeks post-op, when implants can be placed withT research will be released showing the impact platform primary stability.E switching, new implant and abutment designs can have on solving the last great challenge in implant dentistry: Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc.F long-term esthetic implant restorations. Human Clinical and Histological Evaluation of theOR Biomet 3i LANAP® ProtocolU Speaker: Marc L. Nevins Preservation of Hard and Soft Tissue via ImplantM Design and its Impact on Long-Term Aesthetics - An in-depth discussion of the results from a recent and Part 1 soon-to-be published independent nine-month en-bloc Speakers: Gary Morris, Michael K. Sonick human histological study of the LANAP® protocol will be presented by its principal investigator. In addition, three While the overall aesthetic results related to dental years of personal private practice, clinical experience and implants have continued to improve over the years, results will demonstrate the outcomes of the LANAP® clinicians remained challenged to deliver the tissue protocol using the PerioLase® MVP-7™. preservation that is key to optimal aesthetics. This presentation will focus on the importance and impact that Nobel Biocare specific implant system design features have on tissue Title: Pending preservation. It will review how platform switching and Speaker: TBD connection stability can affect crestal bone levels and soft tissue health, in addition to looking at the role that Course description pending. implant geometry plays in relation to primary stability Straumann and osseointegration. Optimize Your Treatment Outcome through DENTSPLY Implants Innovation and Restorative Flexibility Leveraging Implant Design and Regenerative Speaker: Dean Morton Materials for Optimized Bone Maintenance and This lecture will highlight the utilization of implants Preservation characterized by improved physical properties and Speaker: Barry P. Levin a reduced diameter, including the new Narrow Neck There are key considerations within implant therapy that CrossFit® implant, which increases confidence in impact the ability to preserve hard and soft tissues over treating limited spaces through fusion of Straumann the long term. The influence of the four interdependent advanced technologies. The program will showcase features of the Astra Tech BioManagement Complex™, how Roxolid® helps to increase treatment options and and the utilization of appropriate grafting material(s) for restorative flexibility. optimized bone maintenance, will be presented.20
  • Corporate Forum Saturday, September 293:45 - 4:00 pm Break J. Morita USA Objective Evaluation of Bone Grafting Procedures4:00 - 4:45 pm Using 3D Accuitomo CBCT C Speaker: David L. Cochran OBioHorizons Bone augmentation of buccal bone is assumed to be RPredictable Tissue Regeneration and Esthetic Dental effective, but is rarely objectively evaluated. The 3D PImplant Therapy for Optimized Rehabilitation of the Accuitomo CBCT provides a non-invasive outcome of OAnterior Maxilla such procedures due to its vivid, clear images, allowing RSpeaker: Michael A. Pikos morphometric evaluation. A BMP containing bone graft AEsthetic zone implant therapy can present difficult can restore extraction socket buccal bone in vertical and Tchallenges for the dental implant team. Regenerative, horizontal dimensions. Eimplant and restorative disciplines endeavor to recreate Millennium Dental Technologies, Inc.an esthetic harmony of a healthy dentoalveolar process, to Fthe goal of definitive restorations that mimic or enhance Repeat of 3:00 pm session Onatural dentition. A complete integration of digital Rimaging technology, hard and soft tissue regenerative Nobel Biocare Umaterials and unique bioengineered implant designs Title: Pending Mspecific to the anterior sextants, will be presented. Speaker: TBDBiomet 3i Course description pending.Continuation of 3:00 pm session StraumannDENTSPLY Implants Full Digital Approach to Implant Dentistry Speaker: German GallucciSolutions for Common Clinical Challenges The translation from digital technologies into the clinicalSpeaker: Homayoun H. Zadeh field opens an unaccounted number of treatmentImplants are often planned in sites with compromised possibilities at the surgical and prosthodontic levels.bone quantity or quality, which will lead to challenges for This program will focus on the application of digitalselection of appropriate implant, material and protocol. technologies including CBCT, intraoral scanning andThis presentation will provide a rationale, and outline scanners in implant dentistry, and evaluate implant-a predictable protocol for replacement of teeth with prosthetic protocols in a fully digital workflow.implants in compromised situations. 21
  • Corporate Forum - Early Bird Sunday, September 30 7:00 - 7:45 am MIS Implants OsteohealthC Title: Pending VISTA: A Minimally Invasive Technique for Soft TissueO Speaker: TBD Augmentation through Application of Scaffolds andR Biologics Course description pending.P Speaker: Homayoun H. ZadehO Osstell Treatment of multiple, contiguous recession defects canR be accomplished minimally invasively using the VISTA Title: PendingA technique, with either Mucograft® collagen matrix to Speaker: TBDT support the regenerative process, or platelet-derivedE Course description pending. growth factor (GEM 21S®) to accelerate and promote tissue healing and regeneration. The VISTA rationale and Osteogenics BiomedicalF technique will be presented and illustrated with clinicalO Vertical Ridge Augmentation: Indications and cases for treatment of contiguous recession defects.R Surgical Techniques using Titanium-Reinforced PTFE Membranes Synthes DentalUM Speaker: Sascha A. Jovanovic New Trends in Regeneration: Soft Tissue This presentation will cover the success, surgical Augmentation and Resorbable Space MaintenanceE steps and management of complications with vertical Speaker: Barry P. LevinA bone augmentation using titanium-reinforced PTFE This program will introduce an innovative and fullyR membranes, fixation devices, autografts and xenografts. resorbable mesh and screw system that enables verticalL Clinical cases showing the application and desired and horizontal ridge augmentation without the need forY surgical principles will be demonstrated, and scientific future removal. Product benefits and features, technique evidence from 1994-present will be highlighted, with an for use and several clinical cases will be presented. ThisB outlook to the future using tissue engineering. lecture will also illustrate minimally invasive soft tissueI techniques using acellular dermis allograft.RD22
  • Corporate Forum - Early Bird Monday, October 17:00 - 7:45 amOsteohealth Zimmer Dental Implantology Innovation: Zimmer® Trabecular Metal™ CResearch and Clinical Results Utilizing Equimatrix® -A Unique, Equine-Derived Xenograft Dental Implants and Regenerative Solutions to O Common Clinical Dilemmas RSpeaker: Stephen S. Wallace Speaker: Maurice A. Salama PEvidence-based reviews have routinely shown more Ofavorable results with xenografts than with autogenous Lack of available bone and soft bone pose common Rbone, allografts or alloplasts. Equimatrix® is a highly dilemmas for even the most experienced clinician. This Aosteoconductive, equine-derived xenograft with a high presentation will highlight a new regenerative approach Tdegree of cell affinity, as well as similarity to human bone to large ridge defects. The innovative Trabecular Metal™ Emineral. This presentation will present the histologic material that has changed orthopedics, and mayand clinical results of animal and human research with significantly impact treatment considerations with dental implants, will also be introduced. FEquimatrix® in a variety of procedures. O R U M E A R L Y B I R D 23
  • Program At-A-Glance Friday, September 28 3:00 - 5:00 pm Registration AAP Member Central Saturday, September 29P 7:00 am - 5:00 pm RegistrationR AAP Member CentralO 8:00 - 11:00 am American Board Review Part 1G Clinical and Basic Science Symposium sponsored by District 8R 8:00 am - 12:00 noon Pan-Asian SymposiumA Moderate Sedation: Update on the Management of the Anxious PatientM Dental Hygiene Symposium (facilitated through the California Society of Periodontists)A 8:00 am - 1:00 pm Hands-on Workshop: Treatment Planning Advanced Periodontal Disease without Implants:T When is it Feasible and Predictable? 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Hands-on Workshop: Maxillary Sinus ElevationA Hands-on Workshop: Piezocision 8:30 am tee time AAP Foundation Golf TournamentG 9:00 - 11:30 am Predoctoral Directors Organization Workshop (by invitation only)L 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Comprehensive Periodontal Insurance WorkshopAN 11:00 am - 12:00 noon District 8 Section MeetingsC 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Predoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting (by invitation only)E 1:00 - 4:00 pm American Board Review Part 2 Balint Orban Memorial Program 1:00 - 4:45 pm Corporate Forum 6:00 - 7:30 pm Welcome Reception Sunday, September 30 7:00 - 7:45 am Early Bird Corporate Forum 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration AAP Member Central 8:00 - 10:00 am General Session (includes first 30 minutes for presidential address) 9:00 am - 12:30 pm Hands-on Workshop: Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation for Predictable Root Debridement 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Case Study Claims 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Exhibition Research Forum Poster Session and Competition 10:15 - 11:15 am CODA Open Hearing 10:15 - 11:45 am Innovations in Periodontics Session 1 10:15 am - 12:00 noon Innovations in Periodontics Session 2 11:45 am - 1:45 pm Complimentary Lunch in Exhibit Hall 12:45 - 2:15 pm Student Event District Forums 1:00 - 4:30 pm Hands-on Workshop: Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation for Predictable Root Debridement (repeat of AM session)24
  • Program At-A-GlanceSunday, September 30 (continued) 2:30 - 5:00 pm Continuing Education 5:30 - 7:30 pm Awards Presentation (by invitation only) 5:30 - 7:30 pm Student Member Reception (by invitation only) 6:00 pm and beyond Alumni Receptions P 7:00 - 8:00 pm AAP Foundation Dr. D. Walter Cohen Teaching Award Reception RMonday, October 1 O G 6:30 - 8:00 am ABP Sounding Board Breakfast R AAP Foundation Estate Planning Breakfast for Periodontists and Spouses A 7:00 - 7:45 am Early Bird Corporate Forum M 8:00 - 10:00 am General Session 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Registration A AAP Member Central T 9:00 - 11:30 am Postdoctoral Directors Organization Workshop (by invitation only) A 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Medical Coding 101 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Exhibition G Research Forum Poster Session L 10:15 - 11:45 am Innovations in Periodontics Session 3 A Clinical Technique Showcase 1 N Clinical Technique Showcase 2 C Focused CE E 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Postdoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting (by invitation only) 11:45 am - 1:45 pm Complimentary Lunch in Exhibit Hall 2:30 - 5:00 pm Continuing Education 5:15 - 6:15 pm General Assembly Business Session 5:30 - 6:30 pm Dental Hygienist Reception 6:15 pm and beyond Alumni Receptions 7:00 - 8:00 pm AAP Foundation Kramer Fund Donor ReceptionTuesday, October 2 8:00 - 10:00 am General Session 8:00 am - 12:00 noon Registration AAP Member Central 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Exhibition Research Forum Poster Session 10:15 - 11:45 am Clinical Technique Showcase 3 Focused CE 10:15 am - 12:00 noon Innovations in Periodontics Session 4 11:45 am - 1:45 pm Complimentary Lunch in Exhibit Hall 2:00 - 4:00 pm General SessionThursday and Friday, October 4-5 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Post-Annual Meeting CE Symposium each day 25
  • Program Tracks CODE SESSION TITLE SESSION CATEGORY Imaging and Emerging Technologies IP1 Innovations in Periodontics Session 1 Innovations in Periodontics CE6 Understanding the Maxillary Sinus Continuing Education FCE11 Image Guidance Focused Continuing Education IP4 Innovations in Periodontics Session 4 Innovations in PeriodonticsP ImplantsR CE1 When are Provisionals Necessary to Create Ideal Aesthetics in Implants? Continuing EducationO FCE1 Prosthodontic-Driven Implant Therapy in the Esthetic Zone in Various Focused Continuing EducationG Challenging SituationsR CE14 Management and Treatment of Implant Complications Continuing EducationA CE15 Management of the Failing Dentition Continuing EducationM FCE7 Making a Good Impression with a Great Provisional Focused Continuing EducationT Interdisciplinary TherapyR HW1 Treatment Planning Advanced Periodontal Disease without Implants: Hands-on WorkshopA When is it Feasible and Predictable?C HW3 Piezocision Hands-on WorkshopK IP1 Innovations in Periodontics Session 1 Innovations in PeriodonticsS CE4 Strategies to Replace Missing or Traumatized Maxillary Incisors in our Growing Continuing Education Patients with Orthodontics and Tooth Autotransplantation IP3 Innovations in Periodontics Session 3 Innovations in Periodontics CTS1 Adjunctive Orthodontic Procedures Clinical Technique Showcase CE13 When to Retain the Compromised Tooth: Point-Counterpoint Continuing Education GS3 Enhancing Esthetic and Functional Restorative Outcomes through General Session Interdisciplinary Therapy Periodontal-Systemic Relationships SS1 Moderate Sedation: Update on the Management of the Anxious Patient Continuing Education CE2 Five Things Every Healthcare Professional Should Know about Continuing Education Bisphosphonates and ONJ CE7 Periodontists and Atheromatous Disease: A 2012 Perspective Continuing Education FCE5 Medications Your Patients are Taking Focused Continuing Education CE10 Does Periodontal Disease Treatment Affect Systemic Conditions? Continuing Education FCE9 Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases and Disorders Causing Focused Continuing Education Desquamative Gingivitis26
  • Program TracksCE CREDIT VALUE DAY/DATE TIME PAGE1.5 Sunday, September 30 10:15 - 11:45 am 382.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 421.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 551.75 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 am - 12:00 noon 57 P2.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 40 R1.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 47 O G2.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 51 R2.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 52 A1.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 54 M T5 Saturday, September 29 8:00 am - 1:00 pm 32 R A8 Saturday, September 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 33 C1.5 Sunday, September 30 10:15 - 11:45 am 38 K2.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 41 S1.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 461.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 462.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 512 Tuesday, October 2 8:00 - 10:00 am 534 Saturday, September 29 8:00 am - 12:00 noon 322.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 402.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 431.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 482.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 501.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 55 27
  • Program Tracks CODE SESSION TITLE SESSION CATEGORY Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive Surgery IP2 Innovations in Periodontics Session 2 Innovations in Periodontics CE3 Treatment Decisions for Interdisciplinary Challenges in the Aesthetic Zone Continuing Education CTS2 Innovative Sinus and Nasal Elevation Techniques Clinical Technique Showcase FCE3 Pontic Site Development Focused Continuing Education CE12 Management of the Deficient Pre-Maxilla Continuing EducationP FCE8 Long-Term Peri-Implant Tissue Stability in the Esthetic Zone Focused Continuing EducationR GS4 A Retrospective Look at Twenty-Five Years of Periodontal Plastic Surgery General SessionOG Practice Development and ManagementR ABP1 American Board Review Part 1 Continuing EducationA ABP2 American Board Review Part 2 Continuing EducationM CE5 Incorporating an Associate into Your Practice Continuing Education FCE6 Successful Dental Partnerships: A Step-by-Step Process to Practice Transitions Focused Continuing EducationT CE11 Strategies of Success for Today and Tomorrow Continuing EducationR FCE10 Legal Implications of the Failing Implant Focused Continuing EducationAC Regeneration/Tissue EngineeringK HW2 Maxillary Sinus Elevation Hands-on WorkshopS GS1 Regeneration of the Periodontal Lesion in Clinical Therapy Today General Session GS2 Growth Factors or Cells: Maximizing Regenerative Potential General Session CTS3 Out of the Vein or Out of the Bottle? Clinical Technique Showcase FCE12 Biologic Modifiers with Titanium Mesh Focused Continuing Education IP4 Innovations in Periodontics Session 4 Innovations in Periodontics Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases HW4 Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation for Predictable Root Debridement Hands-on Workshop IP1 Innovations in Periodontics Session 1 Innovations in Periodontics HW5 Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation for Predictable Root Debridement Hands-on Workshop CE8 Lasers for the Inflammatory Lesion Continuing Education FCE2 Linking Airway to Wear, Bruxism, TMD and Periodontal Disease Focused Continuing Education FCE4 Osseous Surgery in the Contemporary Periodontal Office Focused Continuing Education CE9 Classical vs. Contemporary Treatment Planning for Chronic and Aggressive Continuing Education Periodontal Disease FCE13 Occlusal Management of the Natural Dentition and Implant Restorations Focused Continuing Education FCE14 Enhancing Periodontal Treatment with Adjunctive Therapies Focused Continuing Education28
  • Program TracksCE CREDIT VALUE DAY/DATE TIME PAGE1.75 Sunday, September 30 10:15 am- 12:00 noon 392.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 411.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 461.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 472.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 511.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 54 P2 Tuesday, October 2 2:00 - 4:00 pm 58 R O G3 Saturday, September 29 8:00 - 11:00 am 31 R3 Saturday, September 29 1:00 - 4:00 pm 34 A2.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 42 M1.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 482.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 50 T1.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 55 R A C8 Saturday, September 29 8:00 am - 5:00 pm 33 K2 Sunday, September 30 8:00 - 10:00 am 36 S2 Monday, October 1 8:00 - 10:00 am 441.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 541.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 561.75 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 am - 12:00 noon 573.5 Sunday, September 30 9:00 am - 12:30 pm 371.5 Sunday, September 30 10:15 - 11:45 am 383.5 Sunday, September 30 1:00 - 4:30 pm 402.5 Sunday, September 30 2:30 - 5:00 pm 431.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 471.5 Monday, October 1 10:15 - 11:45 am 482.5 Monday, October 1 2:30 - 5:00 pm 491.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 561.5 Tuesday, October 2 10:15 - 11:45 am 57 29
  • Schedule of Events Friday, September 28 Registration 3:00 - 5:00 pmFR AAP Member CentralI 3:00 - 5:00 pmDAY Program Note: Speakers are listed in alphabetical order according to last name (surname), not necessarily in the order in which they will present. Speakers participating in Innovations in Periodontics sessions are listed, and will present, in alphabetical order according to last name (surname).30
  • Schedule of Events Saturday, September 29Registration7:00 am - 5:00 pmAAP Member Central7:00 am - 5:00 pmABP1: American Board Review Part 18:00 - 11:00 am Educational Objectives: SProgram Track: Practice Development and Management ASpeakers: Bradley L. Phillips, Michael P. Rethman, Francis G. Serio and process leading to Board T certification. UThis course will assist in preparing for the ABP examination by providing Rstrategies for studying, utilizing key resources and offering a plan to complete and strategy to prepare for Dthe written and oral exams in the allotted two years. This program reflects successfully completing the Aall of the current Board regulations, including the significant changes in the ABP examination using readily Yexamination and certification process. available resources. literature-based presentations.CBSS: Clinical and Basic Science Symposium sponsored by District 88:00 - 11:00 amAll Annual Meeting registrants are welcome to attend the symposium.Pan-Asian Symposium8:00 am - 12:00 noonSpeakers: TBDJoin presenters from the Pacific Rim as they discuss pressing topics within thefield of periodontics. This program is open to all attendees, and sponsored bythe Japanese Academy of Clinical Periodontology and Taiwan Academy ofPeriodontology. 31
  • Schedule of Events Saturday, September 29 SS1: Moderate Sedation: Update on the Management of the Anxious Patient 8:00 am - 12:00 noon Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic Relationships Moderator: Robert L. Merin SimMan® course. Speaker: Richard J. Nagy Being able to recognize fear and anxiety is an important part of overall patient environment where self-goals management. A decision tree will be presented, guiding the practitioner in and practicalities are defined. making sound choices to successfully manage the anxious patient; theseS methods will involve non-pharmacologic means and moderate sedation.A A demonstration of the SimMan® Respiratory/Cardiovascular MedicalT Emergencies course will also be showcased.UR Dental Hygiene SymposiumD 8:00 am - 12:00 noonAY Moderator: Joan Otomo-Corgel Speakers: Edward P. Allen, Debra S. Finney, Brian L. Mealey, Paul S. Rosen Cost: $50 per person; limited attendance Make plans to attend this collaborative program, presented in partnership with the California Society of Periodontists (CSP). Topics include the perio-systemic health connection, periodontal plastic surgery, maintenance of dental implants and managing intrabony defects around teeth and implants. Earn four hours of CE credit by participating! Register through CSP via mail, phone, fax or online; see the ad on page 60 on how to do so, and for more information. Direct all inquiries to Laura Purcell at 951-371-4321 or laura@calperio.org. HW1: Treatment Planning Advanced Periodontal Disease without Implants: When is it Feasible and Predictable? 8:00 am - 1:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Interdisciplinary Therapy Moderator: Robert S. Schoor necessary to treat advanced Speaker: Barry D. Wagenberg periodontal disease with conventional periodontal Cost: $50 per person; limited attendance therapy, including limitations. Treatment of advanced periodontal disease with implants replacing the natural tooth has become the usual treatment recommendation for patients with even both advanced periodontal moderately advanced dental disease. Although implants may be the ideal choice, disease and coordinated it may not be the one of the patient due to personal preference or cost. Tried restorative therapy in a simple and proven periodontal procedures still work, and should be utilized to save and organized fashion. the natural dentition when appropriate. The use of presentation - followed by interactive treatment planning with the audience - will be utilized to establish criteria and techniques for salvaging the natural dentition.32
  • Schedule of Events Saturday, September 29HW2: Maxillary Sinus Elevation8:00 am - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Regeneration/Tissue EngineeringSpeakers: Scott Froum, Ziv Mazor, Stephen S. Wallace surgical techniques.Cost: $1,800 per personLimited attendance, lunch included intra-operative complications.The goal of this course is to give participants the most current knowledge on how devices.to best perform sinus elevation surgery, as well as how to both avoid and treatsurgical complications. Topics to be covered include results achieved with BMP- S2, Rh-PDGF-b and fresh frozen allograft. This unique hands-on program will allow Aparticipants the opportunity to utilize models to perform lateral window sinus Taugmentation procedures with both rotary (DASK) and piezoelectric surgery U(companies participating), and new transcrestal techniques (balloon Rand intralift). D A YHW3: Piezocision8:00 am - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Interdisciplinary TherapySpeaker: Serge Dibart and indications of Piezocision™.Cost: $700 per personLimited attendance, lunch included practicing on an animal model.One of the challenges facing orthodontists is the ability to move teeth in areaswith little gingiva or bone; the possibility of creating or aggravating an existingmucogingival defect is always present when dealing with a thin biotype. Over theyears, several surgical techniques have been developed to address such issuesand reduce overall treatment time. Piezocision™ is a new, minimally invasiveprocedure, combining micro-incisions and localized piezoelectric surgery toachieve similar results rapidly, with minimal trauma and discomfort. Anotheradvantage is the possibility of hard and/or soft tissue grafting via tunnelling,which can prevent or treat mucogingival defects, allowing for successful estheticand functional outcomes.GT1: AAP Foundation Golf Tournament8:30 am tee time Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoringAngeles National the golf tournament.Cost: $285 per personLimited attendance eventMore detailed information can be found on page 62. 33
  • Schedule of Events Saturday, September 29 EV1: Predoctoral Directors Organization Workshop 9:00 - 11:30 am Our thanks to Crest/Oral-B for This program is by invitation only. Coordinate with your program director to sponsoring this workshop. determine who will attend from your institution. EV2: Comprehensive Periodontal Insurance Workshop 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Educational Objective: Speaker: Pam Throw (Academy staff)SA Cost: $300 per person of coding submission andT reimbursement to dental and Limited attendance, continental breakfast and lunch included medical insurance.U This workshop is recommended for a staff person, office manager orR any individual who works in a periodontal practice and needs a baselineD understanding of current ADA CDT 2011-12 procedure codes. A previewA of CDT 2013-14 will also be addressed.Y Careful and accurate management of insurance claims is one of the most important services periodontal practices can offer patients today. Timely submission, precision coding and excellent communication with patients and third parties can impact the success of your practice. Participants will receive a handout of information to be covered in the presentation; five CE credits will be offered. District 8 Section Meetings 11:00 am - 12:00 noon EV3: Predoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting 11:30 am - 1:00 pm Our thanks to Crest/Oral-B for This program is by invitation only. Coordinate with your program director to sponsoring this business meeting. determine who will attend from your institution. ABP2: American Board Review Part 2 1:00 - 4:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Practice Development and Management Moderator: Kent G. Palcanis prepare for the oral exam. Speakers: Jill D. Bashutski, Maria L. Geisinger The main focus of this session is to give insight about what to expect, and how to clinical judgment to evaluate approach, the oral portion of the American Board exam. The speakers will share Board case protocols. personal experiences, and provide guidance in approaching the examination. The areas of testing and exam mechanics will be presented and discussed. various pressures in the certification process.34
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30 Early Bird Corporate Forum 7:00 - 7:45 am All Annual Meeting registrants are welcome to attend. More detailed information can be found on page 22. Registration 7:00 am - 4:00 pm AAP Member Central 7:00 am - 4:00 pm GS1: Regeneration of the Periodontal Lesion in Clinical Therapy TodayS 8:00 - 10:00 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Regeneration/Tissue EngineeringU Moderator: Robert G. Schallhorn decision tree.N Speakers: Pierpaolo Cortellini, Myron Nevins, Paul S. RosenD This program will be streamed live for members. and limitations of contemporary regenerative materials.A The first 30 minutes of this session will be devoted to the presidential address,Y given by Pamela K. McClain. maintenance schemes to Regeneration of the periodontal lesion to create an environment that the patient achieve optimal results. and hygienist can maintain in optimal health, function, comfort and esthetics is considered the ideal goal of therapy. Lecture topics include the biological Our thanks to Geistlich Pharma background to support various regenerative materials (with histologic validation), North America for sponsoring this specifically designed surgical approaches to support clinical decisions, evidence- General Session. based outcomes with various techniques, and consideration of key factors that must be controlled in overall patient management to achieve predictable and long-term regenerative therapy success.36
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30HW4: Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation forPredictable Root Debridement9:00 am - 12:30 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseasesSpeakers: Paul A. Levi, Jr., Eduardo Marcuschamer and methods designed toCost: $350 per person; limited attendance event enhance patient concordance with home care.This course will provide the participant with an in-depth format for deliveringeffective initial phase periodontal therapy, consisting of sequencing appointments and effective biofilm (plaque)for scaling and root planing. The rationale of periodontal instrumentation will be control.presented, including showcasing new and innovative periodontal instruments. Acomprehensive discussion of all power scalers will take place - when each can measurement and calculusbe used, and the correct tip selection. The workshop is designed to explain how detection - including handto implement a successful disease control hygiene program, and the rationale and power instrumentationbehind it. through lecture - demonstrating hands-on instrument sharpening technique.EV5: Case Study Claims S9:00 am - 3:00 pm Educational Objectives: UFacilitators: Marie C. Schweinebraten, S. Jerome Zackin NSpeakers: Richard Goren, Morton C. Rennert, Linda Vidone Benefits (EOBs). DCost: $300 per person carriers determine procedure ALimited attendance, continental breakfast and lunch included reimbursement. YThis workshop is for attendees who have a solid understanding of the insuranceclaims submission process and CDT 2011-12 codes. The course will consist of codes need documentation anda dental claims case study discussion with three insurance carrier consultants, attachments.highlighting the appropriateness of claims submission, claim denial and paymentof claims. Following lunch, a question-and-answer session will provide anopportunity to ask specific questions related to insurance coding, reimbursementand claim submission. Five CE credits will be offered, with a handout distributed.Exhibition10:00 am - 6:00 pmResearch Forum Poster Session and Competition10:00 am - 6:00 pm Our thanks to Sunstar Suisse SA/The Research Forum Poster Session provides a platform for clinical or basic Sunstar Americas, Inc. for sponsoringresearch to be presented by those in the field of periodontics. At 10:00 am, the Research Forum Poster Session.poster session finalists will present their research, with a cash prize beingawarded to one poster in clinical research and another in basic research. Inaddition, one presenter will be awarded the Clinical Impact Award, given to theindividual whose research has the greatest potential for changing and improvingperiodontal health and patient care. 37
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30 CODA Open Hearing 10:15 - 11:15 am The Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA) will conduct an Open Hearing to provide the communities of interest an opportunity to comment on proposed changes to the Accreditation Standards for Advanced Dental Education Programs in Periodontics. IP1: Innovations in Periodontics Session 1 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Tracks: Imaging and Emerging Technologies, Interdisciplinary Therapy, Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases and advances in clinical Moderator: Nicholas Caplanis periodontics, basic sciences Speakers: or related subjects. Stephen K. Harrel A Flexible Videoscope for Periodontal Surgery Tomohiro Ishikawa Root Submergence with Orthodontic Extrusion: Old technique or product use toS Ideas but New Uses take back to your practice.U Ralph P. Pollack Forty-Year Evaluation on Splinting Teeth with Advanced Periodontal Disease Our thanks to Osteohealth forN Takashi Watanabe Orthodontic Therapy to Create the Buccal Plate for sponsoring this session.D Immediate ImplantAY What’s the Buzz About?… 10:15 - 11:45 am Speakers: TBD Have you heard the buzz about Clinical Advances in Periodontics (CAP)? Come to this informative session to learn the latest about CAP — and how you can contribute to this innovative digital publication. Presenters will offer tips on preparing cases for submission and using CAP to enhance your practice. Attendees will also have an opportunity to pose questions to the editors and speakers during a question-and-answer discussion. Be sure to stop by AAP Member Central for CAP demos throughout the Annual Meeting!38
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30IP2: Innovations in Periodontics Session 210:15 am - 12:00 noon Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive SurgeryModerator: Constantine L. Politis and advances in clinicalSpeakers: periodontics, basic sciencesMonish Bhola The Lip Repositioning Procedure - Advances in Oral or related subjects. Plastic SurgeryEran Front The Use of Free Buccal Fat for Treatment of Severe technique or product use to Gingival Recessions take back to your practice.Edward Gottesman Lip Repositioning with Crown Lengthening to Treat Excessive Gingival Display Our thanks to Osteohealth forMitsuharu Inoko Envelope Coronally-Advanced Technique with Inner sponsoring this session. Sling SutureJames A. Simonds Unpalatable: Alternative Non-Palatal Autogenous Donor Sites for Free Gingival GraftsComplimentary Lunch in the Exhibit Hall S11:45 am - 1:45 pm UCost: Complimentary to meeting registrants, $32 for spouse/guest NWhile complimentary, attendees must indicate their interest in one or all of the Dlunches during the registration process. A YEV6: Student Event12:45 - 2:15 pm Our thanks to Treloar & Heisel, Inc.Moderator: Nico C. Geurs for sponsoring the Student Event.Speakers: TBDCost: Complimentary to student members; limited attendanceAcademy student members registered for the Annual Meeting are invited toattend an educational session focusing on the transition from school to practiceor education, providing a real-life analysis. Attendees will be welcomed andintroduced to the topic by Academy president Pamela K. McClain. Small groupdiscussions will be the highlight, where each subject will be closely reviewed andstudents can ask questions.District Forums12:45 - 2:15 pmThe district forums provide an opportunity for Academy members to dialoguewith trustees regarding initiatives the AAP is planning, and learn about issuesbeing addressed by the Board of Trustees. An agenda of forum topics will beposted on perio.org prior to the Annual Meeting. 39
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30 HW5: Comprehensive Periodontal Instrumentation for Predictable Root Debridement 1:00 - 4:30 pm Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases Speakers: Paul A. Levi, Jr., Eduardo Marcuschamer Cost: $350 per person; limited attendance event This is a repeat of the morning session (HW4); refer to page 37 for course description and objectives. CE1: When are Provisionals Necessary to Create Ideal Aesthetics in Implants? 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Implants Moderator: Jeanne M. Salcetti its importance to the durability Speakers: Sonia Leziy, George F. Priest, Jr. of tissue contours and post-S Achieving the best likely implant esthetics requires precise steps: beginning restoration gingival levels.U with diagnosis, and going through to the restorative phase. Delivery of a directN provisional restoration at the time of surgical implant placement has been where provisionalization can be considered for single and smallD advocated as an essential tool to develop the transmucosal tissue architecture. edentulous spans. However, there is discussion as to whether the fabrication of an immediateA provisional ultimately makes a difference in the soft tissues framing the final provisionalization approaches,Y restoration. Current data and clinical examples will compare delayed and materials and design concepts immediate provisional procedures and reveal the differences, if any, between that can be considered in the two. More importantly, the crucial collaborative effort between the the surgical setting, and/ periodontist and prosthodontist/restorative dentist in optimizing soft or coordinated with the tissue potential will be explored. prosthodontist/restorative dentist. CE2: Five Things Every Healthcare Professional Should Know about Bisphosphonates and ONJ 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic Relationships Moderator: Susan Karabin of ONJ. Speaker: Angelo Mariotti It has a name, but no one knows for sure what to call it. It is an osteonecrosis tests to diagnosis, detect or of the jaw (ONJ), but the natural course and spectrum of clinical outcomes predict ONJ. remains a mystery. There have been numerous reports in the literature, but the incidence and prevalence in the general population remains uncertain. It has prevalence of ONJ, including various methods used to been known to occur in patients taking a specific drug, yet the etiology is unclear. manage it. Since we do not know its cause, we are naïve on how best to prevent it, and when it does occur, naïve on how to treat it. This course will provide an evidence- based approach regarding what is currently known about drug-associated osteonecrosis of the jaw.40
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30CE3: Treatment Decisions for Interdisciplinary Challengesin the Aesthetic Zone2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive SurgeryModerator: Henry H. Takei beauty, and how facial aestheticSpeakers: Michael Apa, Brian I. Chadroff design affects tooth preparation, function and gingival marginAchieving or maintaining optimal aesthetics requires detailed treatment placement for the periodontal/planning and sequencing of therapy, and often a multi-disciplinary approach. restorative team.Aesthetic evaluation utilizing facial aesthetic design to diagnose tooth position,minimally invasive preparation techniques and the role of accurate provisionals to aesthetic crown lengthening, andcommunicate with the patient/surgeon/ceramist will be discussed. Surgically, a learn current concepts in rootreview of aesthetic crown lengthening, advanced root coverage techniques, ridge coverage and site development.augmentation and site development to enhance aesthetic outcomes and achieveideal gingival margins for teeth and implants will be discussed. treatment-plan immediate vs. delayed implant placement, abutment selection and provisionalization techniques for S implants in the aesthetic zone. U NCE4: Strategies to Replace Missing or Traumatized Maxillary DIncisors in our Growing Patients with Orthodontics andTooth Autotransplantation A2:30 - 5:00 pm Y Educational Objectives:Program Track: Interdisciplinary TherapyModerator: Bobby L. Butler to restore teeth in the anteriorSpeakers: James Janakievski, Vincent O. Kokich, Jr. maxillary region.Options to replace missing, ankylosed or non-restorable teeth in the anteriormaxillary region are limited for the growing patient. Treatment is usually aimed and autotransplantation each bring to the treatment table.at using orthodontics to close space, or develop the alveolar ridge to allow fordental implant placement when growth is completed. Another avenue is tooth course of action for each patient.autotransplantation, which offers a permanent tooth replacement using a naturaltooth to achieve an optimal aesthetic and functional outcome. This presentationwill review the considerations for anterior tooth replacement in our growingpatients using orthodontics and autotransplantation. 41
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30 CE5: Incorporating an Associate into Your Practice 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Practice Development and Management Moderator: Richard Cutler information about a practice Speakers: Gordon L. Douglass, Steven G. Reitan and its community to be able When is the best time to offer an associate position in your practice? When is the to make knowledge-based decisions on viability and value. right time for the associate to join a practice for real value and not for a cost control tactic? The growth and maturation of a practice occurs for many reasons, not agreements for the process from the least of which includes bringing on an associate. The process requires careful employment to ownership. evaluation and planning in order for both parties of the transaction to feel good about it, and for it to be of value. This presentation will offer information for both the established clinician seeking an associate, and the clinician seeking a position for true opportunity. A case study with takeaway documentation on the transfer from employment to ownership will also be included. Bringing the “right” person onboard does not happen by accident, nor does developing that associate into a partner.SU CE6: Understanding the Maxillary SinusN 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:D Program Track: Imaging and Emerging TechnologiesA Moderator: Nicholas Caplanis and non-inflammatory sinus Speakers: Christopher Church, Stephen S. Wallace abnormalities and their impactY This session will provide perspectives on sinus grafting from the unique on sinus graft surgery. viewpoints of an otolaryngologist and periodontist. Understanding the anatomy and physiology of the maxillary sinus is critical for the dental implant surgeon. effective pre-surgical diagnostic techniques used in preparation Failure to identify normal variants and pathologic conditions may result in graft for sinus graft surgery, and when or implant failure. Although complications are rare, the majority can be attributed to apply them. to insufficient pre-surgical diagnostic preparation or surgical misadventures that result from inadequate understanding of three-dimensional sinus anatomy. Dr. with an ENT colleague is Church, an ear, nose and throat specialist, will discuss the development, anatomy necessary, and when referrals and physiology of the maxillary sinus, along with common pathologic conditions are indicated. important for the dental implant surgeon. Management strategies, including referral guidelines will also be presented. A periodontist with experience in sinus grafting, Dr. Wallace will present the most accurate pre-surgical diagnostic techniques and most effective surgical techniques to properly diagnose and treat the unique three-dimensional sinus anatomy.42
  • Schedule of Events Sunday, September 30CE7: Periodontitis and Atheromatous Disease: A 2012 Perspective2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic RelationshipsModerator: Bradley S. McAllister systemic, inflammatory changesSpeakers: Kenneth S. Kornman, David W. Paquette occur secondary to periodontalInflammation plays a role in the pathogenesis of both periodontitis and disease.atheromatous disease (atherosclerosis); population studies indicate a consistentassociation between them. In addition, early studies suggest that interventions periodontitis as a risk factor for atheromatous disease.aimed at controlling periodontal inflammation may improve surrogate markersassociated with atheromatous disease. What are the mechanisms to explain how on how to manage periodontalperiodontitis may alter the risk for atheromatous disease in patients? What is the inflammation in patients at risk.state of the evidence, and how does this translate to periodontal practice?CE8: Lasers for the Inflammatory Lesion2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases SModerators: Jonathan Gordon, Samuel B. Low modalities of treatment. USpeakers: Yuichi Izumi, George E. Romanos NThe use of laser devices will be explored through evidence-based research. An various treatment options.illustration of each clinician’s decision-making process in treating inflammatory Dperiodontitis with minimally invasive procedures versus conventional therapy will Aalso be discussed. Attendees will learn the applicability and healing potential of Ythe different modalities of laser treatment.Awards Presentation5:30 - 7:30 pmThis event is by invitation only.Student Member Reception5:30 - 7:30 pm Our thanks to Treloar & Heisel, Inc.This event is by invitation only. for sponsoring the Student Member Reception.Alumni Receptions6:00 pm and beyondCR1: AAP Foundation Dr. D. Walter Cohen Teaching Award Reception7:00 - 8:00 pmCost: $100 per personMore detailed information can be found on page 62. Our thanks to Straumann for sponsoring Sunday’s Continuing Education. 43
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1 EV7: ABP Sounding Board Breakfast 6:30 - 8:00 am Our thanks to LifeNet Health for Cost: $40 per person sponsoring this breakfast. Enjoy breakfast and an interchange of ideas between directors and diplomates of the American Board of Periodontology. EV8: AAP Foundation Estate Planning Breakfast for Periodontists and Spouses 6:30 - 8:00 am Our thanks to Treloar & Heisel, Inc. More detailed information can be found on page 62. for sponsoring this breakfast. Early Bird Corporate Forum 7:00 - 7:45 am All Annual Meeting registrants are welcome to attend. More detailed information can be found on page 23. GS2: Growth Factors or Cells: Maximizing Regenerative Potential 8:00 - 10:00 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Regeneration/Tissue Engineering Moderators: Ray C. Williams, Hiromasa Yoshie wound healing and the role ofM Speakers: David L. Cochran, Hidemi Kurihara, Marc L. Nevins cells, scaffolds and signalingO molecules in determining clinical This program will be streamed live for members. outcomes.N Tremendous progress has been made in the last decade with innovative waysD to rebuild bone and periodontal attachment structures. New concepts in wound contraindications for specificA healing that focus on cellular therapies, scaffolds and signaling molecules have wound healing therapies. been introduced. Clinicians and investigators are reporting success in the abilityY to gain new bone prior to implant placement, and to rebuild periodontal ligament, for new wound healing therapies alveolar bone and cementum around diseased teeth. This session will present that focus on bone and the clinical evidence that several new approaches are effective and predictable periodontal regeneration. treatment options for the practicing clinician. Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoring this General Session.44
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1Registration8:00 am - 4:00 pmAAP Member Central8:00 am - 4:00 pmEV9: Postdoctoral Directors Organization Workshop9:00 - 11:30 am Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoringThis program is by invitation only. Coordinate with your program director to this workshop.determine who will attend from your institution.EV10: Medical Coding 1019:00 am - 4:00 pm Educational Objectives:Speaker: Pam Throw (Academy staff)Cost: $300 per person structure of medical coding, and recognize appropriate indicationsLimited attendance, continental breakfast and lunch included for submitting to medicalThis session will focus on submission of dental procedures to medical insurance, insurance.including an overview of CPT (medical procedure codes) and ICD-9 (diagnosiscodes) related to periodontal procedures submitted to medical insurance. Three of ICD-9 to ICD-10 and the 5010CE credits will be offered, with a handout distributed. transaction for electronic filing. MExhibition O N10:00 am - 6:00 pm DResearch Forum Poster Session A10:00 am - 6:00 pm Y Our thanks to Sunstar Suisse SA/ Sunstar Americas, Inc. for sponsoring the Research Forum Poster Session. 45
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1 IP3: Innovations in Periodontics Session 3 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Interdisciplinary Therapy Moderator: Jeanne M. Salcetti and advances in clinical Speakers: periodontics, basic sciences or Marwa Abulhasan/Scott Morita Perio-Ortho Collaboration for Early Activation related subjects. and Shortened Treatment of Impacted Canines Nicholas Caplanis/Jon Marashi The Team Approach to Management of technique or product use to take Complex Restorative/Periodontal Conditions back to your practice. Bryan Frantz/Matthew Palermo Implant-Retained Surgical Guides: Accurately Transitioning a Terminal Dentition to a Fixed Implant Solution Our thanks to Osteohealth for sponsoring this session. This session is team-based. Each group will have 25 minutes to present, followed by a 5-minute question-and-answer period. CTS1: Adjunctive Orthodontic Procedures 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Interdisciplinary Therapy Moderator: Susan Karabin physiology of tooth movement. Speakers: Bobby L. Butler, Frank Celenza, Serge Dibart, Vincent O. Kokich, Jr. Adjunctive orthodontic procedures can improve clinical and esthetic results, piezoincision into one’s surgical especially in the challenging multidisciplary cases. A variety of techniques and armamentarium can increaseM the scope of clinical practice and innovations to achieve optimal outcomes will be reviewed, including the value of referrals.O forced eruption in improving soft and hard tissues, using piezoincision to enhance the orthodontic movement of teeth, proper exposure of impacted teeth involvedN of teeth through atrophic ridges in correctly positioning the tooth and optimal ridge development for implant enhances bone volume.D placement through atrophic ridges.A for tooth exposure and properY placement into the arch. CTS2: Innovative Sinus and Nasal Elevation Techniques 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive Surgery Moderator: Paul S. Rosen sinus elevation approach is best Speakers: Farhad E. Boltchi, Ziv Mazor, Jeffery R. Thomas, Stephen S. Wallace implemented. Maxillary sinus elevation has been a highly predictable surgical technique for increasing available bone height for implant placement(s) in the deficient with a large nasal sinus can be safely approached through its elevation. posterior maxilla. Encountering intraoperative complications, however, has been a major concern to clinicians, as this may cause the clinician to abort the piezosurgical technology for sinus procedure, or make the post-operative morbidity during healing quite significant. elevation, and identify its use Techniques continually evolve to avoid surgical complications or to enable to manage uncommon clinical placements in compromised areas that were deemed impossible to treat. This challenges. course will present approaches to sinus and nasal elevations that enable clinicians to approach these technique-sensitive areas of treatment with confidence. the sinus a safer technique to perform.46
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1FCE1: Prosthodontic-Driven Implant Therapy in the EstheticZone in Various Challenging Situations10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: ImplantsModerator: Eiji Funakoshi techniques that can be appliedSpeaker: Teppei Tsukiyama in daily practice to achieveTreatment planning implant restorations in the esthetic zone requires a predictable esthetic results.comprehensive understanding of the integration of basic restorative conceptsand delicate tissue management techniques. This course will present a series phenomenon and restorative guidelines that determineof clinical cases where a detailed risk assessment evaluation was utilized to timing of implant placement,determine the proper trimming, and step-by-step procedures required for a as well as hard and soft tissuepredictable outcome when restoring the esthetic zone with implant restorations. augmentation procedures. approach to correct horizontal and vertical alveolar bone deficiencies.FCE2: Linking Airway to Wear, Bruxism, TMD andPeriodontal Disease10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseasesModerator: Georgia K. Johnson sleep disturbance, and theirSpeaker: Jeffery S. Rouse unique signs and symptoms.This presentation provides a review of the current scientific literature on sleep Mdisturbances, and their impact on tooth wear and oral muscle pain. The popular Triad patient during a dental examination. Oopinion that malocclusion promotes bruxism appears to be incorrect; airwaydisturbances during sleep seems to be the link. Upper airway resistance has been N inflammatory relationshipslinked to temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD), chronic fatigue and bruxism. D link to disorders, includingObstructive sleep apnea-related bruxers will be classically more damaging to periodontal disease. Atheir teeth and have greater health risks, including periodontal disease. TheBruxism Triad - sleep bruxism, gastroesophageal reflux disorder (GERD) and Yapnea - will be explored.FCE3: Pontic Site Development10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive SurgeryModerator: Jeremy J. Wilgus tissue graft is indicated for ridgeSpeaker: Kirk L. Pasquinelli augmentation.There are many ways to augment a ridge. This presentation will focus on theuse of autogenous soft tissue grafts as a method of restoring lost ridge volume design for the best outcomes.and topography. A discussion of procurement strategies, as well as surgical andrestorative manipulation of autogenous soft tissue grafts, will be covered. management can maximize the volume of grafts. 47
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1 FCE4: Osseous Surgery in the Contemporary Periodontal Office 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases Moderator: Todd H. Nalley should be altered for current Speaker: Stephen M. Silston times. The changes in periodontics over the last several decades have not diminished the need for osseous surgery. However, the treatment planning for osseous for total patient care. surgery needs to be modified and adapted to the contemporary periodontal practice. This presentation will cover osseous surgical techniques necessary in the future. for total patient care. It will show how to save teeth for many years that many would consider hopeless - let’s call this “recession-proof” periodontics. FCE5: Medications Your Patients are Taking 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic Relationships Moderator: Richard J. Nagy counter drugs and alternative Speaker: Karen A. Baker medications which may cause problems alone or in The dental patient of 2012 and beyond is very likely taking multiple medications combination with prescription both prescription and over-the-counter. Drugs such as analgesics, antacids, drugs. cough/cold/allergy products, sleep aids, weight control products and a variety of supplements. They may also take alternative medications such as herbs oral complications resulting from and vitamins. Many of these agents can directly cause intraoral effects such the ingestion of certain over-the-M as ulcerative mucositis or xerostomia. In addition, they can potentially interact counter drugs.O with prescription drug therapy resulting in serious side effects. This program will provide useful information about the use and abuse of these medications and as the disadvantages of currentN explain their impact on dental treatment and oral health. popular alternative medications.DA FCE6: Successful Dental Partnerships: A Step-by-StepY Process to Practice Transitions 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Practice Development and Management Moderator: Harvey Freed dental practice transition. Speaker: Darrell Cain Preparing to enter a partnership and transition a dental practice is a wonderful accelerate your financial plan, financial opportunity for both the buyer and seller. However, partnership/ and increase the profit margin transition opportunities are not just about dollars and cents. In fact, creating a for both the buyer and seller. perfect partnership structure and taking into account intangibles, like goodwill and dedication, are of utmost importance. The topics covered during this lecture philosophical and mechanical will give a thorough outline of consideration to be made when contemplating a steps required to achieve success in transitioning your partnership. practice.48
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1EV11: Postdoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting11:30 am - 1:00 pm Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoringThis program is by invitation only. Coordinate with your program director to this business meeting.determine who will attend from your institution.Complimentary Lunch in the Exhibit Hall11:45 am - 1:45 pmCost: Complimentary to meeting registrants, $32 for spouse/guestWhile complimentary, attendees must indicate their interest in one or all of thelunches during the registration process.CE9: Classical vs. Contemporary Treatment Planning for Chronicand Aggressive Periodontal Disease2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseasesModerator: Louis F. Rose of time-tested traditionalSpeakers: David M. Kim, Myron Nevins periodontal therapies for theContemporary clinicians face the dilemma as whether to preserve the remaining treatment of periodontally-periodontally- compromised dentition with or without a regenerative approach, compromised patients.or replace teeth with dental implants. Numerous long-term studies havedemonstrated the vast majority of patients with chronic periodontitis responded emerging concepts and treatment modalities of soft Mwell to conventional periodontal therapies. In addition, there have been many and hard tissue regeneration Ostudies documenting a high degree of success in implant therapy in properly procedures to treattreated and well-maintained periodontitis-susceptible subjects. It is therefore periodontally-compromised Nimportant to consider the time-tested therapeutic approaches that have proven to patients. Dbe successful for periodontally-compromised patients, and supplement them withpromising implant and regenerative therapeutics to achieve optimal success. A Y 49
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1 CE10: Does Periodontal Disease Treatment Affect Systemic Conditions? 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic Relationships Moderator: Perry R. Klokkevold evidence for the association Speakers: Gary C. Armitage, Robert J. Genco, Ira B. Lamster of atherosclerotic diseases Decades of research have provided evidence to support an adverse relationship and periodontal disease. between periodontitis and systemic conditions, including atherosclerotic diseases, diabetes and pregnancy outcomes. What do we know about the effect suggesting that periodontal of periodontal treatment on these conditions? The experts will offer updates disease adversely affects health outcomes in patients on the most recent data with a critical analysis of the mechanisms, biological with diabetes. plausibility and interrelationship between periodontitis and systemic conditions. of periodontal infections on adverse birth outcomes. CE11: Strategies of Success for Today and Tomorrow 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Practice Development and Management Moderator: Michael J. McDevitt practice most favorably in your Speakers: Paul A. Fugazzotto, Michael K. McGuire community and marketplace. The ever-expanding influences on our patient’s current and future expectationsM of care dramatically affect our practices. With a foundation of proven practice relationship-building skills. growth strategies, we can posture ourselves to anticipate the dynamics of theO consistent with sound business changes required for our practices to thrive. Opportunities and challenges willN continue to present themselves. Are your business and team development principles.D concepts prepared for now and the future? With the principles and examples provided, you will be bettered prepared to sustain and grow your practice.AY50
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1CE12: Management of the Deficient Pre-Maxilla2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive SurgeryModerator: Philip R. Melnick deficient sites.Speakers: Massimo Simion, Nicholas ToscanoAlveolar bone resorption is an inevitable consequence of tooth loss. This the use of autogneous boneprocess takes on added significance when it occurs in the “esthetic zone”. Ridge and growth factor-enhanceddeformities in the pre-maxilla have been a great challenge to clinicians, and their xenograft in deficient sites.management can stand between implant “survival” and “success”. This programwill look at the three-dimensional reconstruction of the deficient pre-maxilla techniques required for successful three-dimensionalfrom two perspectives: the use of autogenous bone and utilization of a xenograft ridge reconstruction.scaffold infused with a potent growth factor, rh-PDGF-BB.CE13: When to Retain the Compromised Tooth: Point-Counterpoint2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: Interdisciplinary TherapyModerator: Nicholas Caplanis tooth and place an implant or aSpeakers: George Bruder, Dennis P. Tarnow pontic in the esthetic zone.The decision to treat or extract a tooth in the esthetic zone is one of the morecomplex decisions that a practitioner must make. It is a test of the team’s and terminology into clinicalknowledge and ability to reach the ultimate goal of an esthetic and functional practice to aid in the decision- making process.restoration that will last for years to come. All this must be done with thepatient’s emotional and financial status taken into account. This session will M endodontic treatment healingfocus on the latest aspects of what we as periodontists should or should not O and success with restorativedo in the esthetic zone, and how best to treat this difficult area with a complications. Nmultidisciplinary approach. D ACE14: Management and Treatment of Implant Complications Y2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives:Program Track: ImplantsModerator: Edwin S. Rosenberg peri-implantitis.Speakers: Kitetsu Shin, Hom-Lay WangThis program will address many of the implant-associated complications seen may contribute to implant complications.in our practices. Early detection, management and appropriate maintenanceprotocols will be discussed. Both surgical and non-surgical approaches to treatment of peri-implantitis.treatment will be presented. Learn which biologic and biomechanical aspectsof implant placement may help us to avoid complications before they occur. 51
  • Schedule of Events Monday, October 1 CE15: Management of the Failing Dentition 2:30 - 5:00 pm Educational Objectives: Program Track: Implants Moderator: Jeffrey Ganeles approaches to treatment during Speakers: Oded Bahat, Fereidoun Daftary the provisional and final phases. Failing dentition always presents the profession with the great challenge of predicting the process and a prolonged period of treatment; establishing optimal favor implant placement vs. esthetic and function often is compromised. The introduction of endosseous tooth retention. implants provides clinicians with a more predictable solution to this complex planning and treatment dilemma. The critical question is whether and when surgical solutions for retention a tooth with a compromised prognosis should be retained, versus being of compromised teeth as well as implant placement in reduced replaced by an implant - it remains unanswered. This session will present a sites. thought-provoking algorithm for decision-making and management of risks and complications during treatment. General Assembly Business Session 5:15 - 6:15 pm Voting members are encouraged to attend, as the Academy’s budget for the coming year will be proposed, Constitution and Bylaws amendments recommended, new and re-elected trustees installed and outgoing trustees recognized.M Dental Hygienist ReceptionO 5:30 - 6:30 pm Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoringN All pre-registered attendees in the Dental Hygienist category are invited to take this reception.D part in this event.AY Alumni Receptions 6:15 pm and beyond EV12: AAP Foundation Kramer Fund Donor Reception 700 - 8:00 pm Cost: $100 per person More detailed information can be found on page 62. Our thanks to Straumann for sponsoring Monday’s Continuing Education.52
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2GS3: Enhancing Esthetic and Functional Restorative Outcomesthrough Interdisciplinary Therapy8:00 - 10:00 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Interdisciplinary TherapyModerator: Alan L. Rosenfeld and experience level of specialtySpeakers: Bobby L. Butler, David P. Forbes, Greggory A. Kinzer, care contributes to successful George A. Mandelaris, Brian Vence outcomes.This program will be streamed live for members. which procedures interact andThe course will demonstrate the unique role of the periodontist in managing influence optimal esthetics.complex esthetic and functional dilemmas in an interdiscplinary treatmentframework. The comptemporary periodontist is uniquely positioned as the for surgically-facilitatedexpert to manage the biologic relationship between teeth and dental implants. orthodontic therapy (SFOT)Interdisciplinary therapy (IDT) teams Seattle and Chicago will present how the as an optimal IDT treatmentknowledge and skill of the interdisciplinary team facilitates a more accurate and modality.comprehensive diagnosis to manage difficult clinical problems. Our thanks to Carestream Dental for sponsoring this General Session.Registration8:00 am - 12:00 noonAAP Member Central8:00 am - 12:00 noonExhibition10:00 am - 3:00 pmResearch Forum Poster Session T10:00 am - 3:00 pm Our thanks to Sunstar Suisse SA/ U Sunstar Americas, Inc. for sponsoring E the Research Forum Poster Session. S D A Y 53
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2 CTS3: Out of the Vein or Out of the Bottle? 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Regeneration/Tissue Engineering Moderator: Paul S. Rosen current literature regarding PRF, Speakers: Jay R. Beagle, Sascha A. Jovanovic, Ziv Mazor, Michael K. Sonick PRGF, PDGF and BMP-2. Clinicians are often faced with problems that require regenerative therapy as a part of the overall treatment plan. Pneumatized sinuses, deficient ridges, used to treat marginal soft tissue mucogingival deformities and periodontal intraosseous lesions are but some lesions and periodontal lesions of the issues that may need to be solved. To achieve the best results, a number around teeth. of strategies may be applied that have included advanced surgical techniques, biomaterials and biologic enhancements; this latter area is one of great interest. Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF), platelet-rich growth factor (PRGF), recombinant platelet-derived growth factor-BB (PDGF-BB) and bone morphogenic protein-2 (BMP-2) have been touted to enhance outcomes by improving graft efficacy, wound healing and minimizing complications. This program will help clarify the merits of each of these biologic enhancements, and where each might provide the best value. FCE7: Making a Good Impression with a Great Provisional 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Implants Moderator: Thomas O. Conlon fabrication of immediate screw- Speaker: Diego Velasquez retained, implant-supported Fabricating immediate implant-supported provisional restorations translates into provisional restorations. less number of clinical procedures, enhanced patient comfort and preservation and development of harmonious soft tissue profiles. These interim restorations capturing and transferring soft tissue profiles sculpted by such facilitate the introduction of progressive occlusal loading, and are a valuable prostheses. communication tool for the execution of the final prosthesis. complications.TU FCE8: Long-Term Peri-Implant Tissue Stability in the Esthetic ZoneE 10:15 - 11:45 amS Educational Objectives: Program Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive SurgeryD Moderators: Kamran Haghighat, Nobuo Yoshinari to long-term peri-implant tissueA Speaker: Yasukazu Miyamoto stability.Y In recent years, optimal implant results in the esthetic zone have been more predictably achieved utilizing many soft and hard tissue augmentation augmentation procedures based techniques. Patients and dentists hope that implant treatment will not only on the situation. be safe and successful, but also seek to maintain those results for the long- term. In the end, treatment plans need to be developed that attain peri-implant 3-D cone beam connective tissue in diagnosis and post-op tissue stability, as well as esthetic success. The focus is on understanding the assessment. optimal anticipated condition of soft and hard tissue around implants in various situations, and selecting appropriate treatment strategies.54
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2FCE9: Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases and DisordersCausing Desquamative Gingivitis10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Periodontal-Systemic RelationshipsModerator: Angelo Mariotti oral conditions most oftenSpeaker: Terry D. Rees associated with desquamative gingivitis.In this course, a discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of oral mucosaldiseases and disorders commonly seen in periodontal practice will be addressed. hypersensitivity reactionsEmphasis will be placed on those conditions most often associated with the affecting the gingiva.clinical phenomenon, desquamative gingivitis. Information will be based on datafrom the Stomatology Center, Baylor College of Dentistry. pre-malignant lesions and their management.FCE10: Legal Implications of the Failing Implant10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Practice Development and ManagementModerator: Robert B. O’Neal standards for patient selectionSpeaker: Arthur Curley and implant evaluation.Dental implants have evolved from the era of controversy to become amainstream component of dental restorative care, so much so that situations referrals for implant placementexist where failure to recommend dental implants may be a violation of the or failures.standard of care. The placement and restoration of implants, along with thepotential for implant failure, involve many potential litigation risks not readily the legal doctrine of informed refusal.appreciated. This program will explore the patient’s view of such a dentalproduct, its image and potential failures as seen in the legal community, includinga review of the trends and recent cases. Guidance and risk management tools toavoid claims of malpractice in various areas will be discussed.FCE11: Image Guidance10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: TProgram Track: Imaging and Emerging Technologies UModerator: Mary E. Neill guidance from a periodontist’s ESpeaker: Jeffrey Ganeles perspective. SAdvances in digital diagnostics, computerized planning and surgical techniques Dare having a significant impact on implant therapy. New integrated systems commercially available guided surgery systems, including Aencourage collaborative treatment planning by merging surgical, anatomical a general review of specific Yand restorative information for case planning and execution. An alphabet soup features and benefits.of systems and techniques are currently available, and continue to improve toprovide minimally invasive procedures, prefabricated restorations and better of cases treated with imagetreatment outcomes for patients. Despite these improvements, it should be guidance techniques.recognized that there are indications for the use of image guidance, as wellas legitimate reasons not to use them. Additionally, such sophisticatedsystems cannot substitute for education, training, judgment and skillof the treatment team. 55
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2 FCE12: Biologic Modifiers with Titanium Mesh 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Regeneration/Tissue Engineering Moderator: Homayoun H. Zadeh can occur with titanium mesh, Speakers: Bradley S. McAllister, Robert A. Levine and how to potentially avoid When challenging alveolar defects for implant reconstruction require space them. maintenance, titanium mesh is often chosen. This presentation will showcase titanium mesh with different biologic modifiers like PDGF, BMP or cellular and applications for each. allografts. Case presentation and literature review will be utilized to share how such a unique approach can predictably obtain quality bone augmentation. modifiers can be used and why. FCE13: Occlusal Management of the Natural Dentition and Implant Restorations 10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives: Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal Diseases Moderator: Henry Greenwell management in establishing Speaker: Stephen D. Stein successful long-term prognoses. Excessive occlusal forces and their effect on the progression of the inflammatory positive bone changes and lesions, as well as the healing of osseous defects, has long been a controversial decrease mobility patterns of issue. This lecture includes a brief review of pertinent literature, followed by a teeth as a result of controlling series of case presentations. At the end, participants should be more enlightened occlusal factors. regarding use of occlusal therapies in periodontal and implant cases. establishing different patterns of occlusion for implant restorations.TUESDAY56
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2FCE14: Enhancing Periodontal Treatment with Adjunctive Therapies10:15 - 11:45 am Educational Objectives:Program Track: Treatment of Inflammatory Periodontal DiseasesModerator: David L. Jolkovsky adjunctive non-surgical therapiesSpeaker: Connie L. Drisko in the treatment of chronicEvidence-based dentistry supports a more conservative approach in the periodontitis.treatment and maintenance of select chronic periodontitis patients. Less invasivesurgical therapies, including mini-flaps and enhanced visualization of the root use of minimally invasive surgical and non-surgical techniques insurfaces, can result in successful pocket reduction and regeneration with less selected periodontitis cases.recession, sensitivity and post-operative pain. Localized treatment of deepisolated defects can now be approached with a variety of methods, including treat tooth sensitivity associatedminimally invasive surgical and non-surgical techniques, with or without the with gingival recession.addition of locally or systemically delivered antimicrobial therapy, or hostmodulation medication. Clinicians should consider incorporating these newfindings when making diagnosis and treatment decisions that could includeprotocols with less invasive, but effective, methods of treating and maintainingselect chronic periodontitis patients.IP4: Innovations in Periodontics Session 410:15 am - 12:00 noonProgram Tracks: Imaging and Emerging Technologies, Regeneration/Tissue Educational Objectives:EngineeringModerator: Michael J. McDevitt and advances in clinicalSpeakers: periodontics, basic sciences orSuheil M. Boutros Guided Closed Indirect Subantral Augmentation related subjects.Eiji Funakoshi Novel Procedure of GBR Utilizing Biologics and d-PTFE Membrane technique or product use to takeKazuhiro Okuda Tissue-Engineered Cultured Periosteal Sheet back to your practice. Application to Periodontal Regeneration: Five-Year Clinical Results and Biological EvidenceMichael Toffler Simple Application of Allogeneic Cortical Bone Pins Our thanks to Osteohealth for T for Horizontal and Vertical Ridge Augmentation: sponsoring this session. U Case Series and Technique EAtsuhiko Yamamoto Predictable Treatment of Peri-Implantitis by Using S Er:YAG Laser Micro-Explosions D AComplimentary Lunch in the Exhibit Hall Y11:45 am - 1:45 pmCost: Complimentary to meeting registrants, $32 for spouse/guestWhile complimentary, attendees must indicate their interest in one or all of thelunches during the registration process. 57
  • Schedule of Events Tuesday, October 2 GS4: A Retrospective Look at Twenty-Five Years of Periodontal Plastic Surgery 2:00 - 4:00 pm Educational Objectives: Track: Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive Surgery Moderator: Robert A. Faiella the subepithelial connective Speakers: Edward P. Allen, Pierpaolo Cortellini, Michael K. Sonick tissue graft. This program will be streamed live for members. technique that uses acellular The ability to predictably treat gingival recession with palatal connective tissue dermal matrix with minimal use grafts has been one of the cornerstones of periodontal therapy over the past of surface incisions. quarter century. During this time, surgical techniques have been refined and modified to become less invasive and more esthetically pleasing. Along with for root coverage, and where these advancements, alternatives to palatal donor tissue have been introduced their use may supplant other and surgical techniques refined, with the aim to meet - or even exceed - the approaches. outcomes expected from conventional procedures, while reducing morbidity. This program will highlight these developments over the past 25 years. microsurgical approach to optimize clinical success. Our thanks to Carestream Dental for sponsoring this General Session.TUESDAY58
  • Post-Annual Meeting CE SymposiumRegenerative Care in Clinical Practice Today: A ComprehensiveUnderstanding of Current Strategies and Techniques Thursday, October 4 CLINICAL APPLICATION OF A SCIENTIFICALLY-SOUND REGENERATIVE STRATEGY 8:30 am - 12:30 pm PRESENTED IN Moderator: Bobby L. Butler Speaker: Pierpaolo Cortellini This lecture is a clinically-oriented, scientifically-sound presentation with the objective of discussing a step- by-step approach to optimize the incorporation of periodontal regeneration into a comprehensive treatment plan. Special emphasis will be given to diagnosis, indications, surgical techniques and patient management; functional and aesthetic implications will also be carefully explored. Long-term outcomes of periodontal regeneration will be evaluated. Educational Objectives: Friday, October 5 NOVEL SOLUTIONS FOR NATURAL SMILES: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS OF MATRICES, BIOACTIVE MOLECULES AND CELL-BASED THERAPIES 8:30 am - 12:30 pm Moderator: Bobby L. Butler Speaker: Michael K. McGuire The session will begin by identifying trends, challenges and opportunities that affect periodontics in the future. An in-depth review of contemporary hard and soft tissue regeneration using tissue engineering concepts will be presented in this clinically- oriented course. Educational Objectives: REGISTRATION: $295 per person, including two continental breakfasts and cocktail reception HOUSING: The Resort at Pelican Hill, Newport Beach, CA (hotel guarantee applies) Rate: $343 Single/Double (does not include the 10.1% per night tax)Our thanks to Sunstar Suisse SA/Sunstar Americas, Inc. for sponsoring the Post-Annual Meeting CE Symposium.
  • California Society of Periodontists in collaboration with the American Academy of Periodontology presents: CSP - AAP 2012 PERIO-HYGIENE SYMPOSIUM AN ALL-STAR CAST AT L.A. LIVE! The Perio-Systemic Health Connection: Where Are We Today? - Brian L Mealey, DDS, MS: This lecture will provide a current overview of links between LQÀDPPDWRU SHULRGRQWDO GLVHDVH DQG FRPPRQO HQFRXQWHUHG systemic conditions, such as diabetes, cardiovascular diseases and pregnancy outcomes. Current Trends in Periodontal Plastic Surgery - Edward P Allen, DDS, PhD:Today, root coverage grafting can achieve both predictable and esthetic results. With the introduction of minimally invasive surgical techniques and allograft alternatives to palatal donor tissue, morbidity is greatlyreduced and patient response is positive. This presentation will address soft tissue grafting for treatment of cervical lesions and soft tissue problems at implant sites. Maintenance of Dental Implants - Debra S Finney, MS, DDS: Understanding the peri-implant tissue interface will aid in the ability to evaluate and monitor implant health. Criteria for when and how to maintain and assess dental implants will be presented. Managing Intrabony Defects Around Teeth and Dental Implants: Are They Much the Same, or Do They Require Different Approaches? - Paul S Rosen, DMD, MS: Teeth and dental implants can both be affected by bacterial- associated lesions, that if not properly treated, can lead to theirultimate demise. This lecture will explore the thought process and re-generative approaches for managing bony lesions around both teeth and dental implants. Saturday, September 29, 2012 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • ExhibitionThe 2012 Annual Meeting Exhibition will take place in Exhibit Hall A of the Los Angeles Convention Center.Please support the exhibition by visiting the participating companies.Exhibition Dates and Hours ConcessionsSunday, September 30 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Food will be available for purchase in the exhibit hall. E XMonday, October 1 10:00 am - 6:00 pm HTuesday, October 2 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Internet Center I Attendees will have the opportunity to check e-mail here, BRegulations located at the rear of the exhibit hall. I TChildren under 18 years of age are not allowed into Our thanks to Carestream Dental for sponsoring the Internet Ithe exhibit hall under any circumstances. This policy Center. Ohas been established for the safety of the children Nof members and other attendees. Your support and CE Pavilioncompliance are appreciated. Participants will be able to log continuing education credit at any CE station, located at the rear of the exhibitLunches hall. A separate terminal will be designated to printComplimentary lunches* will be available to registrants certificates of attendance and/or presentation. See pageon Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 11:45 am - 1:45 pm. 14 for further information.Tickets will be issued, and must be presented to wait-staff Our thanks to Zimmer Dental for sponsoring the CE Pavilion.in order to gain access to the lunch area. Spouses/guestsmay purchase a lunch ticket at $32 for each day. Coffee*While complimentary, attendees must indicate their interestin one or all of the lunches during the registration process. Complimentary beverages will be available to registrants Sunday, Monday and Tuesday from 10:00 - 10:30 am. 61
  • AAP Foundation Events Be sure to stop by the AAP Foundation booth near the Registration area. The Foundation will showcase the dividends that your investment in the specialty has paid, with all events supporting the education and research activities of the Foundation. For more event information, contact Dana Camacho at 800-282-4867 x3257 or dana@perio.org. GT1: Golf Tournament EV8: Estate Planning Breakfast for Periodontists Saturday, September 29 and Spouses 7:00 am bus departure, 8:30 am tee time Monday, October 1A Angeles National 6:30 - 8:00 amA JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LiveP Cost: $285 per person Cost: Complimentary; limited attendance event Limited attendance eventF Barry H. Josselson, the pre-eminent lawyer in CaliforniaO Join AAP Foundation President Will Giannobile and devoted exclusively to the representation of dentists, willU experience a spectacular combination of scenery, discuss tax and estate planning, including wealth transferN championship golf and world-class facilities. Formerly strategies. Mr. Josselson advises more than 2,000 dentists hosting the Northern Trust/Nissan Open pre-qualifyingD in 32 states throughout the United States regarding their rounds, Angeles National Golf Course presents aA dental legal and business matters. Back by popular demand, challenging and impressive layout for golfers of all skillT Jeff Wherry, managing director of T&H Financial Group, levels. Offering an 18-hole, par 72 championship golfI will share general principles of financial planning. The course with magnificent views, generous fairways andO information presented will be of interest to periodontists in immaculate emerald greens, Angeles National is theN all stages of their professional lives, and to their spouses. only Nicklaus Design golf course in Los Angeles County. Ranked by Travel + Leisure Golf magazine as one of the Our thanks to Treloar & Heisel, Inc. for sponsoring this breakfast.E Top 30 Best New Courses Worldwide, and one of the TopV Ten Best New Public/Resort courses in the United States. EV12: Kramer Fund Donor ReceptionE The registration fee includes roundtrip transportation to/N from the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live. Monday, October 1T 7:00 - 8:00 pm Our thanks to Colgate for sponsoring the golf tournament.S JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live Cost: $100 per person CR1: Dr. D. Walter Cohen Teaching Award Reception Guests will have the opportunity to meet the 2012 Kramer Scholar and finalists - as well as previous Scholars - over Sunday, September 30 cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. A special celebration of the 7:00 - 8:00 pm Foundation’s first named award, proceeds will benefit the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live Kramer Fund. Cost: $100 per person Join us to honor a legend in periodontics and the SHHHHH! Silent Auction in Progress namesake of this AAP Foundation award, Dr. D. Walter Periodontists and spouses are invited to place bids on Cohen, over cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds will numerous products and services, from dental equipment to benefit the Cohen Teaching Award Fund. unique fashion accessories to hotel stays! Have fun supporting the Foundation, outbidding your colleagues and scooping up bargains. Donors will receive shipping information for the winning bidders following receipt of payment.62
  • Tours At-A-GlanceSATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 Art Walk Laguna Beach and Lunch at Las Brisas 9:00 am - 5:00 pm The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live w/Curator Tour 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Walt Disney Concert Hall at the Music Center of Los Angeles 10:00 am - 3:00 pm T O U RSUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 S Los Angeles City Tour and Madame Tussaud’s A 11:00 am - 4:00 pm T Cirque du Soleil’s “Iris” and Dinner at Rolling Stone A 5:00 - 10:30 pm G LMONDAY, OCTOBER 1 A Rosenthal Vineyard Estate N 10:00 am - 3:00 pm C E Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Los Angeles City Tour and Madame Tussaud’s 11:00 am - 4:00 pmTUESDAY, OCTOBER 2 The Getty Center w/Docent-led Architecture Tour 10:00 am - 3:00 pm 63
  • Tours Art Walk Laguna Beach and Lunch at Las Brisas Walt Disney Concert Hall at the Music Center $115 per person of Los Angeles Saturday, September 29 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm $51 per person Laguna Beach is a premier seaside artist’s haven, and Saturday, September 29 - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm one of California’s most beautiful resort towns. There are The Music Center of Los Angeles County is one of the three seven miles of scenic coastline harboring quaint cottages largest performing arts centers in the nation, and one of and large, exquisite mansions. Inland, luxurious foliage Southern California’s premier cultural destinations. Centrally and homes line the canyons and ridges, some rising to located in downtown Los Angeles along Grand Avenue, more than 1,000 feet above the blue Pacific, with a view the Music Center is home to the “Symphonian 4”: the Los that is unmatched anywhere in the world. Laguna Beach Angeles Philharmonic, Center Theatre Group, LA Opera and has been a resort community for more than a century, Los Angeles Master Chorale. The space is comprised of four boasting more than 90 art galleries. Guests will enjoy an venues - the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre,T actual behind-the-scenes look into these private lives and Mark Taper Forum and Walt Disney Concert Hall, as wellO studios, which is not open to the general public. Meet and as outdoor theaters, plazas and gardens. Additionally, the talk with the artists, browse freely through bins, touch and Music Center offers the largest presentation of dance in LosU feel the art and atmosphere. Angeles; tours of the Center, participatory arts activities,R a speaker series, exciting programming for children and Afterwards, enjoy a lovely group lunch at Las Brisas.S Sitting atop a bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Las families and its school education programs are nationally Brisas (Spanish for “the breezes”) is aptly named! recognized. All tours will begin in the Grand Lobby of the Specializing in authentic cuisine of the Mexican Riviera, Walt Disney Concert Hall. enjoy delicious fresh seafood, beef and chicken entrees. Disclaimer: Tours of Walt Disney Concert Hall do not include Participants will have some free time following lunch to the auditorium due to a near-constant rehearsal, performance browse downtown’s tree-lined Forest Avenue, or go south and special event schedule. The Hall’s vineyard design creates where you’ll find numerous antique shops. outstanding acoustics, yet there is not a discreet way to enter without disrupting these activities. The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live w/Curator Tour Los Angeles City Tour and Madame Tussaud’s $55 per person $46 per person Saturday, September 29 - 10:00 am - 3:00 pm Sunday, September 30 or Monday, October 1; both from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm Debuting in December 2008 in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Grammy Awards, the Grammy Museum Spend the afternoon touring the City of Angels! On this explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of tour, you may see the famed Ferris Wheel on the Santa music, the art and technology of the recording process, and Monica Pier, watch the bodybuilders pump iron on Venice history of the Grammy Awards. The museum is an exciting Beach, find your favorite celebrity’s star on the Walk celebration of the power of music occupying a vibrant space of Fame, catch a glimpse of the “rock star” lifestyle on in downtown Los Angeles, including the 200-seat state-of- the Sunset Strip or “shop ‘til you drop” on Rodeo Drive. the-art Clive Davis Theater. With four floors of cutting-edge You might even spot someone famous - if you see the and interactive exhibits, the Grammy Museum at L.A. Live paparazzi, chances are there’s a movie star in your midst! provides a one-of-a-kind visitor experience - engaging, Millions of people from across the globe have flocked educational, celebratory and inspirational. through the doors of Madame Tussaud’s since it opened As an add-on, the group will spend up to an hour with over 200 years ago. There are many reasons for its enduring the team that constructed the museum, receiving first- success, but at the heart of it all is good, old-fashioned hand information about its interactive exhibits, 400 rare curiosity. Get up close and personal with A-list celebrities, artifacts and more than 25 films. sports legends, political heavyweights and historical icons.64
  • ToursCirque du Soleil’s “Iris” and Dinner at Warner Bros. Studio TourRolling Stone $102 per person$265 per person Monday, October 1 - 11:00 am - 4:00 pmSunday, September 30 - 5:00 - 10:30 pm Go behind the scenes - and into them - of your favoriteBe mesmerized by “Iris”, the new production from shows and movies at the world’s busiest motion pictureCirque du Soleil. Bringing together dance, acrobatics, live and television studio - experience a rare and intimatevideo, filmed sequences and animation, the show takes glimpse into real Hollywood at work! The nearly 2.5-hourspectators on a fantastic voyage through the history of tour takes you through back lot streets, sound stages, setscinema and its genres, diving right into the heart of the and craft shops. Walk onto the set of a hit television show,movie-making process. From illustration to animation, watch as Foley artists create sound effects for movies, seeblack and white to color, silent films to talkies, fixed shots how sets are constructed, peruse over 10 million itemsto swooping camera movements, audience members will in the prop department, view your favorite vehicles from film and television up close, and the list goes on. Be on the Twitness the poetic construction/deconstruction of this artas an object, and a way of transcending reality. lookout for a star, as production is happening all around. OPrior to the performance, guests will dine at the Rolling Note: Adults must present a valid government-issued ID for UStone Restaurant and Lounge at Hollywood & Highland. entrance to the studio lot. RThe first of its kind, the unique eatery captures thespirit of the iconic magazine in a mix of edginess and S The Getty Center w/Docent-ledexcellence, classic and contemporary. The upstairs Architecture Tourrestaurant exudes stylish comfort with hardwoodfloors, 1950s-style leather chairs and tufted red-leather $35 per personbanquettes, offering open seating, as well as two semi- Tuesday, October 2 - 10:00 am - 3:00 pmprivate sections for larger parties. The upscale menu Los Angeles may be “Tinseltown” to many, but wait untilreflects both its Americana roots and global reach, you see the countless works of art that call the city theiraccompanied by a hand-crafted beverage selection. home. The Getty Center in Los Angeles presents theThe downstairs lounge, where small bites are served, Getty’s collection of western art from the Middle Ages tois a beautifully designed space with private booths, the present against a backdrop of dramatic architecture,overstuffed chairs, an area for bottle service and a tranquil gardens and breathtaking views. An optionaldedicated lounge bar serving signature drinks. Guests docent-led tour of the architecture can also be arranged,will also be able to enjoy two complimentary alcoholic which gives an overview of the museum’s unique designbeverages per person. elements, beautiful gardens and open spaces. Note: We suggest including a café voucher for each guest, orRosenthal Vineyard Estate perhaps a picnic lunch on the grounds; inquire for pricing.$108 per person (21+yrs)Monday, October 1 - 10:00 am - 3:00 pmThe Rosenthal Vineyard Estate is one of the most Included in the price of all tours:spectacular properties in the world. Escape to premiumRosenthal and Surfrider wines 1,400 feet up in the The Event Teambeautiful hills of Malibu. The tour includes exclusiveaccess to the facility for two hours, a wine tasting flightof six wines, a complete tour of the vineyard estate and atake-home bottle of wine for each guest. 65
  • Tours How to Register The Event Team has been selected as the official tour operator for this year’s meeting. To register, complete the enclosed Tour Registration Form at the rear of this brochure and submit via one of the following methods: payment to: The Event Team Attn: AAP Tours 2635 Camino del Rio South, Suite 302 San Diego, CA 92108T Please use only one method of transmission to avoid duplicate records and multiple charges. Tour reservationsO cannot be accepted by phone. Questions may be directed to The Event Team via e-mail at tours@eventteam.com or fax 619-785-5822; reference “AAP tour sign-up”.UR Important Dates and Policy InformationS The advance tour registration deadline is Friday, September 7, 2012. Register early, as space is limited. After this date, The Event Team will continue to register upon availability. Confirmations - A fax number is required for confirmations. If you do not have one, a confirmation can be sent via email (please provide a valid email address, indicating a request for email confirmation in the fax box). Payment - Full payment must accompany your registration form. You may pay by credit card (American Express, MasterCard or Visa), check or money order (drawn in US funds from a US bank). Please make all checks payable to The Event Team. Minimum Requirements - Each tour requires a minimum of 40 attendees, unless otherwise specified. Should the tour be canceled due to lack of participation, you will be offered the opportunity to register for another tour, or your money will be refunded. Refunds - Unless the tour is cancelled by The Event Team, all refunds must be requested in writing no later than Friday, September 7, 2012. Please allow 4-6 weeks for processing; there will be no refunds given on-site. Cancellation - There is a $10 per person fee per tour if you cancel or request an exchange. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES will be given after September 7, 2012. This applies to cancellations and no-shows. Departures - All tours pick up and drop off at the Los Angeles Convention Center, unless otherwise specified. (Exception: Cirque du Soleil guests will depart from the Los Angeles Convention Center, but will be dropped off at their hotel following the performance.) Ticket Pick-up - All tour tickets must be picked up from the Tours counter in the Registration area. You may purchase additional tour tickets at the Tours counter upon availability. Inclusions - All tours are fully narrated, escorted and inclusive of fees, admissions and gratuities. Additional tour guide gratuities can be made at your discretion. Meals are only included where noted. ADA Regulations - In compliance with ADA regulations, The Event Team will take all reasonable steps to ensure that persons with disabilities are given equal and reasonable opportunity to participate in the tours offered. To better serve your needs, please contact The Event Team in advance via phone at 619-785-5828 if you require any special accommodations in order to participate in the tours.66
  • Housing and TravelThe American Academy of Periodontology has appointed Experient as its official housing and registration company.All housing is reserved through Experient for the AAP room block; hotels cannot accept accommodation requestsmade directly. A portion of the room rate is being paid to Experient as a provider of the Academy’s housing service.You must register for the meeting to secure housing (room rates listed do not include the current per nighttax of 15.58%).JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live (headquarters) Omni Los AngelesThe JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. LIVE serves as the Rates listed are deluxe run of housefocal point of L.A. LIVE, offering travelers a front-row seat to The Omni Los Angeles at California Plaza sits atop prestigiousthe emerging world-class entertainment, sports and dining Bunker Hill in the heart of sophisticated downtown Losepicenter. Featuring a level of service and unique luxury that Angeles. Downtown’s only four-diamond conventiononly JW Marriott can provide, this downtown Los Angeles hotel, the Omni features luxurious accommodations andhotel is a 54-story masterpiece in architectural design, H modern conveniences that suit the needs of business andlinked to the Ritz-Carlton, and offering unrivaled access O leisure travelers – just steps away from the Museum ofto attractions including the Staples Center, Los Angeles U Contemporary Art, the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, AhmansonConvention Center, Nokia Theatre and other exceptional S Theater and Mark Taper Forum. Amenities includedining, shopping and entertainment attractions. In addition, I complementary high-speed wireless internet, outdoorguests can enjoy the Gallery Collection - the 100,000 N heated pool, fully equipped fitness center, sauna, steamsquare-foot state-of-the-art meeting and special event G room and massage therapist on the premises.space, lavish 8,000 square-foot full-service spa, rooftop 2 miles from convention center; shuttle service provided Apool, a vast array of casual and fine dining options, luxuriousguest rooms and expansive suites. N Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown D1 block from convention centerLos Angeles Marriott Downtown In the heart of the downtown financial district, the T Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown is an inviting retreat R for any lifestyle. Find yourself in the exciting center of the AThe Los Angeles Marriott Downtown is convenient to the Entertainment Capital of the World. The hotel is an easy Vfinancial district, Civic Center, Bunker Hill, L.A. Live and Los walk from the Los Angeles Convention Center, the Staples EAngeles Convention Center. Each guest room and suite Center and L.A. Live. Lis spacious and inviting, equipped with luxurious Marriott 1.5 miles from convention center; shuttle service providedbedding, floor-to-ceiling windows, marble bathrooms andhigh-speed internet access. This hotel offers an alluring Westin Bonaventureoutdoor heated pool, modern fitness center with cardio-theater, business center, a California-inspired restaurant,lively lounge and several must-see attractions are close by. In the center of downtown’s financial district, amid LA’s cultural and shopping complexes, the landmark Westin2.5 miles from convention center; shuttle service provided Bonaventure is convenient to the Los Angeles Convention Center, Beverly Hills, Disneyland and area beaches. Inside, the striking design continues with a soaring atrium, an indoor lake and rooftop restaurant with 360-degree views of Los Angeles. 2 miles from convention center; shuttle service provided 67
  • Housing and Travel Hotel Cancellations Ground Transportation Cancellations and requests for changes must be made in Vehicle Rentals writing to Experient at: Experient/AAP Annual Meeting 2012 Special rental rates are available for this meeting by contacting Hertz directly, and referring to the specially- P.O. Box 4088 designated AAP reservation code. Please note this Frederick, MD 21705 code is only valid for advance reservations; it cannot be Fax: 301-694-5124 used when renting a vehicle on-site at a Hertz location E-mail: aap@experient-inc.com in Los Angeles. Experient will accept new reservation requests until 5:00 pm CT, September 12. Between September 13-16, Hertz reservation information will be transferred to the hotels. Phone: 800-654-2240 Beginning September 17 until 72 hours prior to arrival Web: www.hertz.com date, please contact the hotel directly for changes or Discount code: CV#020V0010H cancellations. Reservations canceled within 72 hours, orO Taxis failure to arrive as scheduled, subject the registrant to aU cancellation fee equal to one night’s room and tax. Taxis from Los Angeles International Airport to areaS hotels average $40 per person one-way (gratuities notI Air Travel included).NG Gant Travel Management, the Academy’s official travel Shuttle partner, is available to assist with your air travel needs. To view available SuperShuttle services, receive a fareA Call the Gant Travel Desk toll-free at 800-255-8664 quote or make a reservation from the Los AngelesN Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 6:00 pm CT, or e-mail International Airport, visit www.supershuttle.com/D perio@ganttravel.com. A service fee of $25 applies for Locations/LAXAirportShuttleLosangeles.aspx. agent assistance.TR Book directly with United or American, and save withA special discounts off applicable fares exclusive toV attendees and guests (terms and conditions apply). If youE plan to use frequent flyer miles, make your reservationL early with your preferred carrier, as these seats are limited. United Airlines Phone: 800-521-4041 Web: www.united.com Discount code: 512IB (3 numbers, 2 letters) American Airlines Phone: 800-433-1790 Web: www.aa.com Discount code: 38N1AT68
  • Future Meetings & ConferencesMEETINGS 99th Annual Meeting September 28 - October 1, 2013 Philadelphia, PA 100th Annual Meeting September 20-23, 2014 San Francisco, CACONFERENCES Midwinter Conference February 7 - 10, 2013 Palm Desert, CA In collaboration with the American Association of Orthodontists Spring Conference The Team Approach to Managing Implant Complications April 13 - 14, 2013 Chicago, IL 11th International Symposium on Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry June 6 - 9, 2013 Boston, MA In collaboration with the International Quintessence Publishing Group
  • Registration First and foremost, the Academy would like to thank these companies for their sponsorship of the following registration items: BioHorizons - Totebags Nobel Biocare - CE notepads and pens DENTSPLY Implants - Lanyards Zimmer Dental - ExpoCard and credential packet Points to Remember When does late registration go into effect? Late registration rates become active September 5, 2012. ticketed events and programs (with the exception of What is the refund and cancellation policy? insurance workshops) Refunds will be granted to registrants who submit written refund requests prior to October 2, 2012, less a set administrative fee based on handling costs. Requests for category (if continuing education credits are being refunds will not be accepted in any form after the last day of claimed) the meeting. Before October 2, 2012:R Submit requests via mail, fax or e-mail to:E are not acceptable forms of payment Experient/AAP Annual Meeting 2012G P.O. Box 4088I granted access to the Corporate Forums and exhibit hall, Frederick, MD 21705S which are included in their registration fee. Registered Local and international fax: 301-694-5124T attendees who wish to bring a spouse/guest to an event E-mail: aap@experient-inc.comR will need to purchase an additional ticket for it. Refer to the table below for timeframes and relatedA administrative fees. The applicable rate is determined byT the date the request is received into Experient (allow at at registrationI least 7-14 business days for your refund to be processedO once approved). arrival, you can go directly to the Totebag DistributionN Counter Full refund, May 8 - September 4, 2012 minus $100 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Full refund, September 5 - 27, 2012 minus $200 How can I register? September 28 - October 2, 2012 No refund Attendees can register one of three ways: No refunds will be issued on-site. 1) Online at perio.org 2) Via fax to 301-694-5124 Upon arrival in Los Angeles, when is registration open? 3) Through the mail to: Friday, September 28 3:00 - 5:00 pm Experient/AAP Annual Meeting 2012 Saturday, September 29 7:00 am - 5:00 pm P.O. Box 4088 Sunday, September 30 7:00 am - 4:00 pm Frederick, MD 21705 Monday, October 1 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Phone registrations are not accepted. Tuesday, October 2 8:00 am - 12:00 noon What is Experient’s customer service phone number? 866-229-2386 or 301-694-524370
  • RegistrationI am an international student - what are my I am a hygienist, but don’t know what category toregistration options? register in (there are two).International students who would like to be eligible for If you’re interested in attending the entire meeting,a reduced rate can join the Academy and become an register as a Hygienist/Full Conference. To attend for onlyInternational member. If this is not an option, you must one day, register in the Hygienist/One-Day Pass categoryregister under the Non-Member Dentist/Periodontist (this also includes access to the exhibit hall). Select yourcategory. International students are not eligible to register desired day during the registration process.under the “DSIG” category unless they are enrolled in anaccredited US or Canadian periodontal program. How do I register for the Post-Annual Meeting CE Symposium?I registered in advance of the meeting, but have yet The symposium is at an additional cost of $295 per person.to receive my credentials. Attendees can add this event during the online registrationAttendees in the United States and Canada who register process, or by completing the appropriate section on theprior to August 26 will receive their materials (tickets, Housing & Registration Form. Please note that a separatebadges, ribbons etc) before arriving on-site. Credentials credit card guarantee is required to secure a room.will be mailed first-class beginning August 29; no packetswill mail after September 7. All international attendees - I registered as a spouse/guest; what does that include? Can I participate in the exhibit hall lunches? Rregardless of registration date - will need to pick up their Ecredential packets on site. This may be done by utilizing The spouse/guest registration fee includes access to the Gthe Scan & Go stations, located in the registration area of Corporate Forums and exhibit hall. Spouses/guests can Ithe convention center; please bring your confirmation to attend the Welcome Reception at additional cost, as well as Sexpedite the process. purchase lunch tickets at $32 for each day. Spouses needing T to earn CE credit must register in a professional category. RWhat are the registration fees? A T ADVANCE: LATE: ON-SITE: I CATEGORY May 8 - September 5 - September 28 - September 4, 2012 September 27, 2012 October 2, 2012 O N Active Member $635 $740 $840 Associate Member $635 $740 $840 International Member $635 $740 $840 Life Active Member $635 $740 $840 Retired Member $355 $455 $560 *AAP Student Member (Perio Program) $250 $355 $455 Non-member Dentist/Periodontist $1270 $1375 $1480 *Dental Student Interest Group (DSIG) $50 $80 $105 Hygienist/Full Conference $385 $490 $590 Hygienist/One-Day Pass (Limit 1) $205 $205 $205 Office Staff $385 $490 $590 Spouse/Guest (Limit 1) $105 $105 $105 *JSP/JACP Member $635 $740 $840 *Industry Relations Full Conference $250 $250 $250 *See eligibility requirements on the following page. 71
  • Registration Registration Fee Eligibility Requirements AAP Student Member (Perio Program) - This fee JSP/JACP Membership - This fee is in collaboration with encompasses both the member and non-member the Japanese Society of Periodontology (JSP), and only student registration categories. for those who are current members. Those affiliated with the Japanese Academy of Clinical Periodontology may Student Members - For those currently enrolled in also utilize this category. Proof of membership will be an accredited US or Canadian periodontal program necessary at the time of registration. - or have recently graduated from an accredited periodontal program within the last two years - whose Industry Relations Full Conference - This fee is for current membership is up to date as of the calendar year in exhibitors who require CE credit hours only. If you are not the Academy student membership category. Current a current exhibitor, provide proof of affiliation within a Student members must provide proof of enrollment on dental-based company by way of submitting verification institutional letterhead. If registering online, proof of on your company’s letterhead. Under no circumstances enrollment must be faxed within two business days. may licensed doctors register under this category. Non-Member Dental Students - To be eligible, all dental students require full-time enrollment statusR at an accredited US or Canadian periodontal program.E Documentation of such status - on institutionalG letterhead - must accompany your registrationI form. If registering online, proof of enrollmentS must be faxed within two business days.TR Dental Student Interest Group (DSIG) - This fee isA for predoctoral students currently enrolled in a dentalT program accredited by the Commission on DentalI Accreditation, and would like to explore the field ofO periodontics. To be eligible, go to http://www.perio.org/N education/dsig.htm and join the AAP Dental Student Interest Group; requirements must be met prior to registration submission. All student categories require full-time enrollment status at a college or university upon registration. Documentation of such status - on institutional letterhead - must accompany your registration form. If registering online, proof of enrollment must be faxed within two business days.72
  • AAP SPRING CONFERENCEThe Team Approach to ManagingImplant ComplicationsApril 13-14, 2013&KLFDJR ,/ ‡ )DLUPRQW &KLFDJRRegistration Opens in the Fall!
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  • Speaker/Moderator IndexA D IAbulhasan, Marwa B., DMD................................... 46 Daftary, Fereidoun, DDS...........................................52 Inoko, Mitsuharu, DDS .............................................39Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA Private Practice, Beverly Hills, CA Kitami, JapanAllen, Edward P., DDS, PhD...............................32, 58 Dibart, Serge, DMD ............................................33, 46 Ishikawa, Tomohiro, DDS .........................................38 SPrivate Practice, Dallas, TX Boston University, Boston, MA Private Practice, Shizuoka, Japan PAndreana, Sebastiano, DDS, MS ........................... 20 Douglass, Gordon L., DDS........................................42 Izumi, Yuichi, DDS, PhD............................................43Buffalo, NY Private Practice, Sacramento, CA Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan EApa, Michael, DDS .................................................... 41 Drisko, Connie L., DDS ..............................................57 J APrivate Practice, New York, NY Georgia Health Sciences University, Augusta, GAAraujo, Mauricio G., DDS......................................... 18 Janakievski, James, DDS, MSD ............................... 41 KMaringa, Brazil F Private Practice, Tacoma, WA EArmitage, Gary C., DDS........................................... 50 Faiella, Robert A., DMD, MMSc..............................58 Johnson, Georgia K., DDS, MS ................................47University of California at San Francisco, Private Practice, Osterville, MA University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA RSan Francisco, CA Finney, Debra S., DDS, MS .......................................32 Jolkovsky, David L., DMD .........................................57 / Private Practice, Folsom, CA Private Practice, Davis, CAB Forbes, David P., DDS ................................................53 Josselson, Barry H., JD ..............................................62 MBahat, Oded, DDS, MCD ..........................................52 Private Practice, Dundee, IL Orange, CA OPrivate Practice, Beverly Hills, CA Frantz, Bryan J., DMD .............................................. 46 Jovanovic, Sascha A., DDS, MS..................19, 22, 54Baker, Karen A., MS, RPh ......................................... 48 Private Practice, Scranton, PA GIDE Institute, Los Angeles, CA DUniversity of Iowa, Iowa City, IA E Freed, Harvey, DDS................................................... 48Bashutski, Jill D., DDS, MS .......................................34 Private Practice, Pacific Palisades, CA KUniversity of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Karabin, Susan, DDS ......................................... 40, 46 R Front, Eran, DMD, MSc .............................................39Baumgarten, Harold S., DMD...................................17 Private Practice, Haifa, Israel Private Practice, New York, NY APhiladelphia, PA Kim, David M., DDS .................................................. 49 Froum, Scott, DDS......................................................33Beagle, Jay R., DDS, MSD .........................................54 Private Practice, New York, NY Private Practice, Cambridge, MA TPrivate Practice, Indianapolis, IN Fugazzotto, Paul A., DDS ......................................... 50 Kinzer, Greggory A., DDS .........................................53 OBhola, Monish, DDS, MSD .......................................39 Private Practice, Milton, MA Private Practice, Seattle, WAUniversity of Detroit Mercy, Detroit, MI R Funakoshi, Eiji, DDS ............................................ 47, 57 Klokkevold, Perry R., DDS, MS ............................... 50Boltchi, Farhad E., DMD, MS .................................. 46 Fukuoka, Japan University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CAPrivate Practice, Arlington, TX Kokich Jr., Vincent O., DMD ............................. 41, 46 G Private Practice, Tacoma, WA IBoutros, Suheil M., DDS, MS ...................................57Private Practice, Grand Blanc, MI Gallucci, German, DMD ............................................21 Kornman, Kenneth S., DDS, PhD ............................43 N Boston, MA Interleukin Genetics, Waltham, MABruder, George, DMD ................................................51Private Practice, Stony Brook, NY D Ganeles, Jeffrey, DMD ....................................... 52, 55 Kurihara, Hidemi ....................................................... 44Butler, Bobby L., DDS.............................41, 46, 53, 59 Private Practice, Boca Raton, FL Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan EPrivate Practice, Seattle, WA Geisinger, Maria L., DDS ..........................................34 L X University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, ALC Genco, Robert J., DDS, PhD .................................... 50 Lamster, Ira B., DDS .................................................. 50Cain, Darrell ............................................................... 48 State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY Columbia University, New York, NYCain, Watters and Associates, PLLC, Dallas, TX Levi Jr., Paul A., DMD .........................................37, 40 Geurs, Nico C., DDS ..................................................39Caplanis, Nicholas, DMD, MS.............38, 42, 46, 51 University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL Private Practice, Burlington, VTPrivate Practice, Mission Viejo, CA Levin, Barry P., DMD...........................................20, 22 Gordon, Jonathan, DDS ............................................43Celenza, Frank, DDS ................................................. 46 Private Practice, Beverly Hills, CA Elkins Park, PAPrivate Practice, New York, NY Levine, Robert A., DDS..............................................56 Goren, Richard, DDS .................................................37Chadroff, Brian I., DDS .............................................. 41 Woodland Hills, CA Private Practice, Philadelphia, PAPrivate Practice, Rego Park, NY Leziy, Sonia, DDS................................................. 18, 40 Gottesman, Edward, DDS ........................................39Church, Christopher, MD .........................................42 Private Practice, New York, NY Private Practice, North Vancouver, CanadaLoma Linda University, Redlands, CA Low, Samuel B., DDS, MS .........................................43 Greenwell, Henry, DMD, MSD ................................56Cochran, David L., DDS, PhD................ 18, 19, 21, 44 Private Practice, Taylorsville, KY Private Practice, Gainesville, FLUniversity of Texas Health Science Centerat San Antonio, San Antonio, TX H MConlon, Thomas O., DDS .........................................54 Haghighat, Kamran, BDS, MS .................................54 Mandelaris, George A., DDS, MS ...........................53Private Practice, Spokane Valley, WA Private Practice, Portland, OR Private Practice, Park Ridge, ILCortellini, Pierpaolo, DDS .......................... 36, 58, 59 Harrel, Stephen K., DDS ...........................................38 Marashi, Jon, DDS .................................................... 46Private Practice, Bagno a Ripoli, Italy Private Practice, Dallas, TX Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA .............................................55 Marcuschamer, Eduardo, DDS.........................37, 40Bradley, Curley, Asiano, Barrabee, Abel & Kowalski, PC, Tufts University, Boston, MALarkspur, CACutler, Richard, DMD ................................................42Private Practice, Fort Washington, PA 75
  • Speaker/Moderator Index M (continued) P (continued) T Mariotti, Angelo, DDS, PhD..............................40, 55 Pikos, Michael A., DDS ..............................................21 Takei, Henry H., DDS ................................................. 41 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Palm Harbor, FL Private Practice, Los Angeles, CAS Mazor, Ziv, DMD ..........................................33, 46, 54 Politis, Constantine L., DDS .....................................39 Tarnow, Dennis P., DDS .............................................51P Private Practice, Ra’anana, Israel Private Practice, Oak Park, IL Columbia University, New York, NY McAllister, Bradley S., DDS, PhD.....................43, 56 Pollack, Ralph P., DMD .............................................38 Thomas, Jeffery R., DDS .......................................... 46E Private Practice, Tigard, OR Private Practice, North Dartmouth, MA Private Practice, New Bern, NCA McDevitt, Michael J., DDS ................................50, 57 Priest Jr., George F., DMD ....................................... 40 Throw, Pam...........................................................34, 45 Private Practice, Atlanta, GA Private Practice, Hilton Head, SC Academy Staff, Chicago, ILK McGuire, Michael K., DDS ................................50, 59 Tilt, Lloyd V., DDS, MS .............................................. 18E Private Practice, Houston, TX R Salt Lake City, UT Mealey, Brian L., DDS, MS .......................................32 Reddy, Michael S., DMD .......................................... 19 Toffler, Michael, DDS ................................................57R University of Texas Health Science Center Birmingham, AL Private Practice, New York, NY/ at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX Rees, Terry D., DDS....................................................55 Toscano, Nicholas, DDS, MS ....................................51 Melnick, Philip R., DMD ............................................51 Texas A&M Health Science Center, Dallas, TX Private Practice, New York, NYM Private Practice, Cerritos, CA Reitan, Steven G., DDS..............................................42 Tsukiyama, Teppei, DDS, MS ..................................47O Merin, Robert L., DDS ...............................................32 Private Practice, Paradise Valley, AZ Private Practice, Fukuoka, Japan Private Practice, Woodland Hills, CA Rennert, Morton C., DDS .........................................37D New York, NY V Miyamoto, Yasukazu ...........................................19, 54E Private Practice, Kyoto, Japan Rethman, Michael P., DDS ........................................31 Velasquez, Diego, DDS .............................................54 Private Practice, Kaneohe, HI Private Practice, Fenton, MIR Morita, Scott, DDS.................................................... 46 University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Romanos, George E., DDS, PhD ..............................43 Vence, Brian, DDS ......................................................53A Morris, Gary, DDS..................................................... 20 Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY Private Practice, West Dundee, IL Buffalo Grove, ILT Rose, Louis F., DDS, MD .......................................... 49 Vidone, Linda, DMD ..................................................37 Morton, Dean ............................................................ 20 Private Practice, Philadelphia, PA Brookline, MAO Louisville, KY Rosen, Paul S., DMD, MS.....................32, 36, 46, 54R Private Practice, Yardley, PA W N Rosenberg, Edwin S., DMD .......................................51 Wagenberg, Barry D., DMD.....................................32 Nagy, Richard J., DDS .........................................32, 48 Private Practice, Philadelphia, PA Private Practice, Livingston, NJI Private Practice, Santa Barbara, CA Rosenfeld, Alan L., DDS, FACD ...............................53 Wallace, Stephen S., DDS ................... 23, 33, 42, 46 Nalley, Todd H., DDS, MS ........................................ 48 Private Practice, Park Ridge, IL Private Practice, Waterbury, CTN Private Practice, Carlsbad, CA Rouse, Jeffery S., DDS ...............................................47 Wang, Hom-Lay, DDS, PhD ......................................51D Neill, Mary E., DDS ....................................................55 Private Practice, San Antonio, TX University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Private Practice, Stafford, VA Watanabe, Takashi ....................................................38E Nevins, Marc L., DMD, MMSc .................. 19, 20, 44 S Private Practice, Fukushima, JapanX Private Practice, Boston, MA Salama, Maurice A., DMD .......................................23 Wherry, Jeffery E., CFP .............................................62 Nevins, Myron, DDS .....................................19, 36, 49 Atlanta, GA New Castle, PA Private Practice, Swampscott, MA Salcetti, Jeanne M., DDS, MS .......................... 40, 46 Wilgus, Jeremy J., DDS .............................................47 Private Practice, Colorado Springs, CO Private Practice, Camarillo, CA O Schallhorn, Robert G., DDS......................................36 Williams, Ray C., DMD ............................................ 44 O’Neal, Robert B., DMD ...........................................55 Private Practice, Surprise, CO Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY University of Washington, Seattle, WA Schoor, Robert S., DDS..............................................32 Okuda, Kazuhiro, DDS ..............................................57 New York University, New York, NY Y Niigata University, Niigata, Japan Schweinebraten, Marie C., DMD ...........................37 Yamamoto, Atsuhiko, DDS, PhD ......................18, 57 Otomo-Corgel, Joan, DDS, MPH ............................32 Private Practice, Duluth, GA Private Practice, Osaka, Japan Private Practice, Los Angeles, CA Serio, Francis G., DMD, MBA ...................................31 Yoshie, Hiromasa, DDS............................................ 44 East Carolina University, Greenville, NC Niigata University, Niigata, Japan P Yoshinari, Nobuo, DDS, PhD ...................................54 Shin, Kitetsu, DDS .......................................................51 Palcanis, Kent G., DDS, MSD...................................34 Meikai University, Sakado-shi, Japan Matsumoto Dental University, Nagano, Japan American Board of Periodontology, Birmingham, AL Yoshino, Toshiaki, DDS ............................................. 18 Silston, Stephen M., DDS ........................................ 48 Palermo, Matthew, DMD ........................................ 46 Private Practice, Bethel, CT Yokohama, Japan Temple University, Dunmore, PA Simion, Massimo, DDS ..............................................51 Paquette, David W., DMD, DMSc ..........................43 Private Practice, Milan, Italy Z Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY Zackin, S. Jerome, DMD ...........................................37 Simonds, James A., DMD ........................................39 Pasquinelli, Kirk L., DDS ..................................... 17, 47 Private Practice, Santa Rosa, CA Sarasota, FL Private Practice, San Francisco, CA Zadeh, Homayoun H., DDS......................... 21, 22, 56 Sonick, Michael K., DMD ...........................20, 54, 58 Phillips, Bradley L., DMD ...........................................31 Private Practice, Fairfield, CT University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA Private Practice, Forest Hill, MD Stein, Stephen D., DDS .............................................56 Private Practice, Scarsdale, NY76
  • Tour Registration Form Tour Date/Tour Description Tour Time Price Qty Amount Due Saturday, September 29, 2012 Art Walk Laguna Beach & Lunch at Las Brisas 9:00 am - 5:00 pm $115 The Grammy Museum at L.A. Live w/Curator Tour 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $55 Walt Disney Concert Hall at the Music Center of LA 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $51 Sunday, September 30, 2012 Los Angeles City Tour & Madame Tussaud’s 11:00 am - 4:00 pm $46 Cirque du Soleil’s “Iris” & Dinner at Rolling Stone 5:00 - 10:30 pm $265 Monday, October 1, 2012 Rosenthal Vineyard Estate (21+ yrs) 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $108 Warner Bros. VIP Studio Tour 11:00 am - 4:00 pm $102 Los Angeles City Tour & Madame Tussaud’s 11:00 am - 4:00 pm $46 Tuesday, October 2, 2012 The Getty Center w/Docent-led Architecture Tour 10:00 am - 3:00 pm $35 TOTALREGISTRATION INFORMATIONName of Tour Participant(s)Home AddressCity State ZipMobile Phone Fax E-mailPLEASE MAKE RESERVATIONS VIA EMAIL, MAIL OR FAXThe Event Team2635 Camino del Rio South, Suite 302San Diego, CA 92108FAX: 619-785-5822 EMAIL: tours@eventteam.comPAYMENT INFORMATIONR MasterCard R Visa R American Express R Check (payable to: The Event Team)Card Number Expiration Date Sec. CodePrint Card Holder’s Name***Authorized Signature*** This signature represents and warrants approval for charging the credit card listed under payment, as well as agreement to the liability release.Registration form will not be processed without signature.LIABILITY RELEASE:The undersigned releases The Event Team and AAP and any of their employees, from and against all claims, demands, suits, actions,losses (to persons or property), damages, injuries (including personal or bodily injury or death), expenses (including attorney fees) orother liabilities of any kind, by or in favor of any person directly or indirectly arising out of or in connection with the Event, regardless ofcause or fault.See Tours section for Terms and Conditions. 77
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  • Housing & Registration FormHOW TO REGISTERComplete all applicable sections, including full payment due; forms submitted without this information will not be processed (only one professionalregistrant per form). Make checks payable to the American Academy of Periodontology, or charge with Visa, MasterCard or American Express (othercredit cards, Euro cards, purchase orders and wire transfers are not accepted).Registration forms must be received by 11:59 pm Central Time September 4, 2012, for early pricing (see Registration section for late and on-site fees).Confirmations will be emailed if an address is provided; allow 72 hours for receipt. Contact Experient at 866-229-2386 if you do not receive yourconfirmation within this time period, as the delay could be the result of your housing request being unavailable.ONLINE (preferred method): MAIL (with check or credit card payment): FAX (with credit card payment only):www.perio.org Experient/AAP Annual Meeting 2012 Experient/AAP Annual Meeting 2012 P.O. Box 4088 Local and international fax: Frederick, MD 21705 301-694-5124PERSONAL INFORMATION (the city and state provided will be printed on your badge)R Check here if you are an ABP DIPLOMATE AAP/JSP Membership # _________________ (Required for Members)First Name Last NameNickname for badge R DDS R DMD R RDH R Other (specify)AddressCity State Zip Country (other than USA)Phone Fax E-mailEmergency Contact Name (Mandatory) Contact PhoneSECTION A: REGISTRATION CATEGORIES (select one) SECTION B: HOUSINGMEMBERS Advance Late On-site Arrival Date ______ /______ /______ (before 9/4) (after 9/5) (after 9/27) Departure Date ______ /______ /______R RG01 Active Member $635 $740 $840 Rank hotels by preference and check desired room typeR RG02 Associate Member $635 $740 $840 for each. One room per professional registrant. A $200 deposit is no longer required; however, a creditR RG03 International Member $635 $740 $840 card guarantee will be necessary at the time of bookingR RG04 Life Active Member $635 $740 $840 (expiration date of 10/12 or later).R RG05 Retired Member $335 $455 $560 ____ JW Marriott L.A. Live ____ LA Marriott DowntownR RG06 AAP Student Member $250 $355 $455 (headquarters) R $209 Single/Double (Perio Program) R $298 Single R $229 Triple R $318 Double R $338 Triple _____ Omni Los AngelesNON-MEMBERS/OTHER R $358 Quad R $209 Single/Double R $219 TripleR RG07 Non-member Dentist/Periodontist $1270 $1375 $1480 ____ Westin Bonaventure R $229 QuadR RG08 Dental Student Interest Group (DSIG) $50 $80 $105 R $212 Single R $232 Double _____ Sheraton Los AngelesR RG09 Hygienist/Full Conference $385 $490 $590 R $252 Triple DowntownR RG10 Hygienist/One-Day Pass (Limit 1) $205 $205 $205 R $272 Quad R $169 Single/Double R Sunday R Monday R Tuesday R $194 Triple R $219 QuadR RG11 Office Staff $385 $490 $590 R I plan to share with: ______________________________R RG12 Spouse/Guest $105 $105 $105 R No hotel reservation needed. Name: _________________________________ R Do not book a room if my choice(s) is/are unavailable.R RG13 JSP/JACP Member $635 $740 $840 Special requests: R Audio R Visual R Mobile If staying outside the block, indicate hotel: __________________________________________________SECTION A: REGISTRATION CATEGORIES TOTAL $________
  • SECTION C: TICKETED COURSES/EVENTS (check box at left, indicate number of tickets and/or total at right)SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29R GT1 AAPF Golf Tournament, 8:30 am tee time, $285 per person Qty _____ $ total _____ Handicap _______ Golf shirt size: R S R M R L R XL R XXL Club rental ($75 fee applies): R Yes R No R Male R Female R Left-Hand Clubs R Right-Hand ClubsR HW1 Treatment Planning Advanced Perio Disease, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm, $50 per person $ total _____R HW2 Maxillary Sinus Elevation, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, $1800 per person $ total _____R HW3 Piezocision, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, $700 per person $ total _____R EV1 Predoctoral Directors Organization Workshop, 9:00 - 11:30 am (by invitation only) COMPR EV2 Insurance Workshop, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, $300 per person Qty _____ $ total _____R EV3 Predoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm (by invitation only) COMPR EV4 Welcome Reception, 6:00 - 7:30 pm, $25 per person Qty _____ $ total _____SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 30R HW4 Periodontal Instrumentation, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm, $350 per person $ total _____R EV5 Case Study Claims, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm, $300 per person Qty _____ $ total _____R LH1 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45 pm, comp for meeting registrants (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) COMPR SLH1 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45pm, $32 for spouse/guest (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) $ total _____R EV6 Student Event, 12:45 - 2:15 pm, 1 complimentary ticket, must qualify COMPR HW5 Periodontal Instrumentation, 1:00 - 4:30 pm, $350 per person $ total _____R CR1 AAPF Dr. D. Walter Cohen Reception, 7:00 - 8:00 pm, $100 per person Qty _____ $ total _____MONDAY, OCTOBER 1R EV7 ABP Sounding Board Breakfast, 6:30 - 8:00 am, $40 per person Qty _____ $ total _____R EV8 AAPF Estate Planning Breakfast, 6:30 - 8:00 am, complimentary Qty _____ $ total _____R EV9 Postdoctoral Directors Organization Workshop, 9:00 - 11:30 am (by invitation only) COMPR EV10 Medical Coding 101, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, $300 per person Qty _____ $ total _____R EV11 Postdoctoral Directors Organization Business Meeting, 11:30 am - 1:00 pm (by invitation only) COMPR LH2 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45 pm, comp for meeting registrants (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) COMPR SLH2 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45 pm, $32 for spouse/guest (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) $ total _____R EV12 AAPF Kramer Fund Donor Reception, 7:00 - 8:00 pm, $100 per person Qty _____ $ total _____TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2R LH3 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45 pm, comp for meeting registrants (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) COMPR SLH3 Exhibit Hall Lunch, 11:45 am - 1:45 pm, $32 for spouse/guest (R Kosher R Vegan R Other) $ total _____ SECTION C: TICKETED COURSES/EVENTS TOTAL $ _____SECTION D: POST–ANNUAL MEETING CE SYMPOSIUMTHURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5R EV13 Post-CE Symposium, 8:30 am - 12:30 pm each day, $295 per person Qty _____ $ total _____ Includes two continental breakfasts and a cocktail reception Resort at Pelican Hill (a credit card guarantee will be required), $343 Single/Double Arrival Date ____/____/____ Departure Date ____/____/____ SECTION D: POST-CE SYMPOSIUM TOTAL $ _____PAYMENT INFORMATION TOTAL AMOUNT DUE FROM SECTIONS A-D $ __________R I HAVE ENCLOSED A CHECK, DRAWN IN US FUNDS (FROM A US BANK), IN THE AMOUNT OF $ __________R PLEASE CHARGE MY CREDIT CARD IN THE AMOUNT OF (R MasterCard R Visa R American Express) $ __________Only credit card payments can be faxed; expiration date of 10/12 or later. Your card will be charged upon receipt of this form.Card Number Expiration (MM/YY) Print Card Holder’s NameSignature DateR I hereby agree to abide by the terms and conditions as outlined in the Registration portion of this program. This form will not be processed without this box checked and the registrant’s dated initials. Initials: ____________ Date: ___________LIABILITY WAIVER - Please read and signI agree and acknowledge that I am undertaking such participation in AAP and/or AAP Foundation events and activities as my own free and intentionalact, and I am fully aware that possible physical injury might occur to me as a result of my participation in these events. I give this acknowledgementfreely and knowingly and that I am, as a result, able to participate in AAP and/or AAP Foundation events, and I do hereby assume responsibility for myown well-being. I also agree not to allow any other individual to participate in my place.Signature
  • CSP-AAP 2012 Perio-Hygiene Symposium Registration Form 1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Registration opens at 7:30 am Parking $12.00 (parking rates subject to change)4.0 C.E. Units Registration Information: Name: Suffix: License #: Referred by CSP Member? CSP Member Name: If yes, please provide name £ Address: Ste: City: State: Zip Code: Phone: Fax: Email: Cell (optional): Registration Fees: Registered Dental Hygienist $50 Periodontist $50 General Dentist $50 Registered Dental Assistant $50 Dental Assistant, Student, Front Office Staff $50 Total Enclosed: Please make check payable to California Society of Periodontists. Or to pay by credit card, please fill out the information requested below. We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express. All credit card information must be complete. Name on card: Credit Card Number: Billing address and zip code: Expiration Date: CVV# (3 digit # on back of Visa, MC, Discover or 4 digit # on front of AMEX): Signature:Please mail completed form to:California Society of PeriodontistsP.O. Box 7875, Norco, CA 92860OrFax: (951) 371-7055Email: laura@calperio.orgQuestions regarding registration or CSP cancellation policy, please contact Laura Purcell:Phone: (951) 371-4321 or email: laura@calperio.org.Please visit our website at http://www.calperio.org for more information about CSP and our programs. 81