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  1. 1. ACADEMY OF DENTISTRY INTERNATIONAL University of the Philippines College of Dentistry Auditorium Pedro Gil cor Taft Avenue, Manila January 10, 2010 8:30 – 5:00 PM invites you to BREAKING NEW GROUNDS IN ESTHETIC AND RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY Professor Junji Tagami, DDS, PhD Dean, Tokyo Medical & Dental University <ul><li>UPDATES ON LIGHT CURING SYSTEMS & TECHNIQUES: WHAT WORKS, WHAT DOESN’T </li></ul><ul><li>Michelle Sunico Segarra, DMD, MOH </li></ul><ul><li>DMD UP College of Dentistry 1991 </li></ul><ul><li>Master of Occupational Health, UP College of Public Health, 2001; Research Fellow, Operative Dentistry, Nippon Dental University, Niigata Japan 1998-2000; Visiting Researcher, Graduate School, Dept. of Restorative Sciences, Tokyo Medical & Dental University 2004 & 2006; Associate Professor, UP College of Dentistry </li></ul><ul><li>Lean how to differentiate among the different light curing units available in the market </li></ul><ul><li>Guidelines on how to choose the right light source and technique for a particular case </li></ul><ul><li>Develop a thorough understanding of the light polymerization process and factors that affect it </li></ul><ul><li>Practical clinical and evidence-based tips on how to achieve the best polymerization and increase the longevity of your restorations </li></ul><ul><li>“ CSI” INDIRECT RESTORATIONS: COMMONLY COMMITTED CRIMES WITH INDIRECT RESTORATIONS AND HOW TO SOLVE THEM </li></ul><ul><li>Armin G. Segarra, DMD </li></ul><ul><li>DMD, UP College of Dentistry 1986; Cert. in Advanced Education in General Dentistry, Univ. of Minnesota, 1995-1997; Visiting Researcher, Graduate School, Dept. of Restorative Sciences, Tokyo Medical & Dental University 2006; Assistant Professor, UP College of Dentistry </li></ul><ul><li>Guidelines on when to do a tooth colored onlay, and the choice of material (cast metal, ceramic or composite) </li></ul><ul><li>Step-by-step guide on onlay preparation, tooth preparation criteria </li></ul><ul><li>Appropriate temporary materials and techniques for onlays </li></ul><ul><li>Cementation tips and techniques for successful and predictable onlay restorations </li></ul><ul><li>Learn how to analyze the occlusion when doing indirect tooth colored onlays </li></ul><ul><li>How to deal and what to tell your patients about post-operative sensitivity with indirect tooth-colored onlays </li></ul><ul><li>Clinical and laboratory studies regarding the long-term performance of onlays with regard to marginal integrity, sensitivity and recurrent caries. </li></ul><ul><li>RESTORING ESTHETICS IN THE ANTERIOR ZONE FOR ENDODONTICALLY TREATED TEETH </li></ul><ul><li>Iluminada L. Viloria, DMD, PhD </li></ul><ul><li>DMD, Centro Escolar University; PhD in Endodontics, Nagasaki University; President-Elect, Endodontic Society of the Philippines: Professor, UE College of Dentistry </li></ul><ul><li>What causes discoloration in endodontically treated teeth </li></ul><ul><li>How endodontic instrumentation can affect esthetics </li></ul><ul><li>Techniques to restore esthetics in anterior endodontically treated teeth </li></ul><ul><li>Non-vital tooth bleaching or veneer or both? What are the guidelines and factors to consider? </li></ul><ul><li>New materials and concepts on non-vital tooth bleaching. </li></ul><ul><li>What to tell a patient who will undergo endodontic treatment regarding esthetic prognosis… can we assure them of excellent esthetics? </li></ul>THE LECTURES SINGLE VISIT ESTHETIC DENTISTRY WITH INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES Prof. Junji Tagami, DDS, PhD Prof. Dept. of Restorative Sciences, Graduate School, Tokyo Medical and Dental University; Dean, Faculty of Dentistry; Research Instructor, Center for Research Excellence Program for Frontier Research on Molecular Destruction and Reconstruction of Tooth and Bone; Former Adjunct Asst. Prof, Medical College of Georgia; President, Japan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry; President, Japan Association of Adhesive Dentistry Technologies utilized for adhesive resins and composite resins has provided us extremely reliable and aesthetic single visit direct restorations. In terms of adhesion, self etching technology particular l y improved the bond durability to dentin. It is achieved by penetration of the adhesive resin monomers not only into the bottom of the decalcified dentin, but also into deeper dentin under the decalcified dentin. Because of this bonding mec h ani s m, the adjacent dentin becomes more resistant to acid and basic att a ck than normal dentin. We named this dentin as the “Super Dentin”, which is expect e d to prevent recurrent caries as well as provid e long ter m durability of the bond. This “Super Dentin ” cannot be created with adhesives that use phosphoric acid etching technique, since the etching is too agressive and the bonding resin cannot penetrate into the bottom of the deca l cified dentin. This defect is believed to be the main reason for decreas e in bonding with time. New generation adhesive s must provide reliable bonding as well as the additional function of reinforc ing the tooth substance. The recent composite resin materials have improved mec h anical properties, polishability, and color matching. By achieving appropriate balance between light diffusion effect and transpar e ncy of the composite resin, color matching with the remaining tooth be comes very easy. With these materials , the multi -chromatic layering technique is not required in many cases. T he adhesive core build up is completed very easily e ven for non vital t ee th without enough amount of tooth substance in the coronal area. After the core build up, the composite resin can be added to create the whole crown. This is known as the mono-block restoration of the tooth. It is believed that this type of restoration is superior than ceramic restorations from many view points. For th e se new aestheti c restorations, which consist of “Super Dentin” and single visit aesthetic restoration, we should understand the material sciences and the clinical situation. C linical tips to obtain the maximum performance of the se innovative materials will be explained in the lecture.
  2. 2. ADI OFFICERS 2009-2011 Fellow Irma L. Parajas - President Fellow Aida H. Salcedo - President-Elect Fellow Maria Teresa D. Amador - Vice-President Fellow Ma. Cristina G. Garcia - Secretary Fellow Marilyn A. Leung - Treasurer Fellow Cecilia P. Ramos - Asst. Treasurer Fellow Ma. Rosario A. Damatac - Auditor Fellow Michelle S. Segarra - PRO Fellow Elisa G. Puzon - Director Fellow Marilou H. Sembrano - Director Fellow Ma. Edna M. Jimena - Director Fellow Ermelinda S. Galang - Ex-Officio Fellow Diampo J. Lim - Regent Fellow Natividad C. Gervasio - Vice-Regent Pre-Reg and Onsite PhP 950.00 REGISTRATION DETAILS WHAT IS ADI? Academy of Dentistry International Republic of the Philippines Section Dr. Michelle Segarra Cel no.09209098426 Dr. Armin G. Segarra Cel no. 09175305861 Dr. Ida L. Viloria Cel no. 09178456741 Union Bank, Annapolis Greenhills Acct. No: 00-261-000121-1 Acct. Name: Academy of Dentistry International Pls. write name and contact number on the deposit slip and fax to (632) 725-8494 or 722-2794 (telefax). Bring deposit slip on Jan. 10 for verification and for issuance of Official Receipt (OR). The Academy of Dentistry International - Republic of the Philippines Section is a dental honour organization of incumbent and former members of the faculty of accredited and reputable dental schools in the Philippines. The mother organization is the Academy of Dentistry International, which was incorporated in the State of California, USA on October 17, 1974. Membership and Fellowship is only through nomination by the Fellows and after successfully completing a strict set of requirements. One of the Academy’s primary objectives is to advance the standards and efficiency of dentistry thru continuing education. Thus we offer seminars, lectures and workshops on the various disciplines in dentistry, from top notch and experienced lecturers who are not only academicians and practitioners but also researchers. This aim of the Academy is thus summed up into: “ Worldwide Continuing Education.” 8:30 - Registration - Opening Ceremonies 9:00 - Updates on Light Curing Systems and Techniques (Dr. Michelle Sunico Segarra) 10:00 - Break 10:30 - Single Visit Esthetic Dentistry with Innovative Technologies. Part I (Prof. Junji Tagami) 12:00 - Lunch 1:00 - Single Visit Esthetic Dentistry with Innovative Technologies. Part II (Prof. Junji Tagami) 2:30 - Break 3:00 - CSI: Indirect Restorations (Dr. Armin G. Segarra) 4:00 - Restoring Esthetics in the Anterior Zone for Endodontically Treated Teeth (Dr. Ilumina L. Viloria) 5:00 - Closing Ceremonies PROGRAM Academy of Dentistry International Republic of the Philippines Section Secretariat: Asia Crest Mansion 207 M. Paterno St., San Juan MM Tel: 721-26-46 Website: www.adiphil.org Committee on Continuing Education and Research Fellow Armin G. Segarra - Chairperson Fellow Michelle S. Segarra - Chairperson Fellow Elaine P. del Rosario - Member Fellow Marie Antoniette R. Veluz - Member Fellow Iluminada L. Viloria - Member Fellow Anna Maria C. Dimanlig - Member Payments can be made through: Inquiries and reservations may be made through:
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