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  1. 1. ADVANCE PROGRAMTHE 10TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUMPERIODONTICSRESTORATIVE DENTISTRY & ONBOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS JUNE 10–13, 2010 THE MARRIOTT HOTEL COPLEY PLACE FEATURING Periodontal, Restorative, and Implant Dentistry: Classical, Contemporary, and Future Therapeutics CHAIRMAN Myron Nevins, DDS TOPICS I Contemporary Concepts in Implant Dentistry I Clinical Regeneration: Surgical Approach to Enhance Restorative Results I Maintenance of the Periodontal Patient: 21st Century Advances for the Practicing Clinician I Alveolar Ridge Augmentation: A Hands-on Bone Grafting Technique Course I The Biologic and Restorative Approach to Dental Implants I Periodontal Regeneration: The Determinants of Efficacy I Optimizing Esthetic Results When Treating the Gummy Smile I The Orthodontic Connection to Other Dental Disciplines I Treatment Longevity for the Periodontally Compromised Patient I Ceramics: The Masters Reach for Ultimate Esthetics I Extraction Wound Healing and Immediate Loading I Risk Factors Challenging Implant Success I Advances in Periodontal Plastic Surgery to Enhance Restorative Results I Localized Ridge Augmentation for Implant Placement and Restoration Sponsored by The International Quintessence Publishing Group and The American Academy of Periodontology
  2. 2. INVITATION BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS JUNE 10–13, 2010 THE MARRIOTT HOTEL COPLEY PLACE In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, its editor and publisher are excited to announce the 10th International Symposium for Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry, to be held in Boston June 10–13, 2010. The American Academy of Periodontology once again will co-sponsor this outstanding program, which features 84 world-renowned clinicians and clinical researchers. The theme of the meeting centers on a multidisciplinary approach to providing optimal patient care in your practice. We look forward to welcoming an elite coterie of dental professionals to this special meeting. The triennial timing of the symposium has been established to ensure that you are kept up-to-date with new developments that can be introduced into your practice. Please join your esteemed colleagues from 57 countries and all 50 states for a congenial and meaningful experience. See you in Boston, June 2010. RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY Samuel B. Low Myron Nevins, DDS President (2009-2010) Program Chair American Academy of Periodontology& ONTHE 10TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM PERIODONTICS Quintessence American Academy of Publishing Co, Inc Periodontology 4350 Chandler Drive 737 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 800 Hanover Park, Illinois 60133 Chicago, Illinois 60611-6660 Telephone: (630) 736-3600 Telephone: (312) 787-5518 Facsimile: (630) 736-3633 Facsimile: (312) 787-3670 Email: Email: Website: Website:
  3. 3. GENERAL INFORMATIONABOUT THE MEETING HOW TO REGISTERSponsored by the International Quintessence Publishing Group, Complete the enclosed registration form, including your sessionpublisher of The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative preference, and do one of the following:Dentistry, and the American Academy of Periodontology, this I Register online at I Register online at addresses current trends in these dental fields, as I Mail your form and check for the full registration fee towell as implant and esthetic dentistry. Quintessence Publishing at the address on the form. The symposium offers three cutting-edge sessions daily, I Fax your form with credit card information (Visa, MasterCard,presented by internationally recognized speakers. Participants can American Express, or Discover) to Quintessence atattend any sessions they wish. 630-736-3633. I On-site registration will be accepted only on the basis of spaceSPECIAL PRE-SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS availability and thus cannot be guaranteed. Early advanceThe 10th Symposium is expanded with special sessions— registration is strongly recommended.exclusively for the symposium participants—sponsored byBIOMET/3i, Osteohealth, and OraPharma. These special sessions For additional copies of the registration form or advance program,are offered to all symposium participants at no additional cost. visit the Quintessence website at The In addition, a hands-on workshop is being offered at an deadline for registering for the symposium is May 21, 2010.additional charge. Participation is on a first-come, first-servedbasis, and attendance is limited. CANCELLATIONS/REFUNDS Cancellations made in writing and received by QuintessencePOSTER PRESENTATION before May 3, 2010, will be refunded in full. For cancellationsA poster presentation will be held during the symposium to received on or after May 3, 2010, but before the start ofstimulate and recognize innovative clinical research in the fields the meeting, a cancellation fee of US $60 will be charged.of periodontics, restorative dentistry, and implant dentistry. The No refunds will be made after the symposium begins onthree best poster presentations will be selected. The awards for June 10, poster include cash, refund of symposium registration fee, MEETING PLACEand more. For those who are interested in presenting a poster, Marriott Hotel Copley Placedetailed information appears later in this program. 110 Huntington AvenueREGISTRATION FEE Boston, Massachusetts 02116Your registration fee includes admission to all symposium sessions Tel (800) 228-9290 (in US and Cananda) or (617) 236-5800and exhibits, daily coffee breaks, and the symposium reception. Fax (617) 236-5885Take advantage of specially reduced fees by registering in advance. HOTEL RESERVATIONS Hotel rooms have been blocked for symposium participants at the By 1/31/10 On or after 2/1/10 Boston Marriott Copley Place. Please make your reservations by May 18, 2010, the reservation cut-off date. Complete the hotel Full 4-Day Full 4-Day reservation form in this program and mail it with your Attendance Attendance US $628 US $628 US $698 US $698 symposium registration form, or call the hotel reservation AAP Member 4-Day desk directly at (800) 228-9290 (in US and Canada) or AAP Member 4-Day Attendance Attendance US $528 US $528 US $598 US $598 (617) 236-5800. Be sure to indicate the name of the symposium to receive the special meeting rate. Please do not call the hotel for Student 4-Day Student 4-Day reservations if you mail the hotel registration form to Attendance Attendance US $250 US $258 US $250 US $258 Quintessence, as your reservations may be duplicated. Hygienist 4-Day Hygienist 4-Day Attendance Attendance US $298 US $298 US $298 US $298 CONTINUING DENTAL EDUCATION CREDIT Hygienist Thursday Hygienist Thursday Registrants may earn up to 24 hours of CE credit. Continuing One-Day Session Only One-Day Session Only US $118 US $118 US $118 US $118 education, including those for the Academy of General Dentistry, will be offered on an hour-for-hour basis for each hour of programming that earns CE credit. The AmericanSYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION DESK Academy of Periodontology will keep CE records for 4 years. TheYour symposium program packet will await you at the American Academy of Periodontology and QuintessenceSymposium Registration Desk. The desk will be open on June 9 Publishing does not send CE credit information to state boards.from 1:00 PM to 9:00 PM and beginning at 7:00 AM each Meeting attendees are responsible for ensuring that their CEday thereafter. credits are current and on file at their respective state board or other licensing or regulatory agency.TECHNICAL EXHIBITS The American Academy of Periodontology is an ADA CERP–Technical exhibits will be held Thursday through Saturday. Recognized Provider.Visit the exhibits to observe the latest developments indental products offered by the leading manufacturers. SOCIAL EVENTSExhibit hours are: Welcome Reception Friday, June 11, 7:00 PM–9:00 PMThursday, June 10, 2010 9:30 AM–6:30 PM Plan to spend a fun evening following a busy day of lectures. ThisFriday, June 11, 2010 9:30 AM–6:30 PM will be a great opportunity to renew old friendships or establishSaturday, June 12, 2010 9:30 AM–6:30 PM new ones among your colleagues. 3
  5. 5. THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010 PRE-SYMPOSIUM SESSIONSSESSION I: 8:00–5:00CONTEMPORARY CONCEPTS IN Richard J. Lazzara, ModeratorIMPLANT DENTISTRY Alan Meltzer Implant Stability/Advanced Placement ProtocolsThe practice of implant dentistry is dynamic. Technologicinnovations, outcomes supported by evidence-based research, and George Priest CAD/CAM Implant Restorationsprocedural pearls contributed by individual practitioners all help to Michael Block Immediate Implant Placementshape contemporary treatment. This panel will share their modern-day approach to implant dentistry, covering regenerative, surgical, Ziv Mazor Advanced Regenerative Proceduresand restorative subject matter. Participants should become familiarwith comprehensive treatment tools that facilitate a current Ueli Grunder Anterior Implant Estheticsapproach to patient care. Stephen Chu Advanced Restorative andOBJECTIVES: Provisionalization ProceduresI Understand new technologies and materials involved in Markus Huerzeler Advanced Site Preparation implant rehabilitation.I Become familiar with advanced regenerative, surgical, and Craig Misch Advanced Surgical Procedures restorative techniques. Sponsored byI Understand how implant placement protocols impact restorative treatment modalities.SESSION II: 8:30–4:00CLINICAL REGENERATION: SURGICAL APPROACH Myron Spector, ModeratorTO ENHANCE RESTORATIVE RESULTS Myron Spector Novel Approaches to BoneThe success of osseointegration has resulted in the identification of new Tissue Engineeringprocedures that depend upon bone volume enhancement. This Daniel Buser Post-extraction Implant Placement in theprogram will present the clinical and research results of leading Esthetic Zone: Treatment Optionsinvestigators as they apply to our patients. The selection of topics rangesfrom classic approaches to new developments using tissue engineering. Stuart Froum Implant-Related Bone EnhancementThe panel will discuss bone development and how it is influenced by with Platelet-Derived Growth Factordifferent products. It will challenge our contemporary treatment and Bio-Ossregimens with significant clinical evidence of success and newparadigms that are now being implemented in practice. J. Daulton Keith Three-Dimensional Bone Augmentation Using Block AllograftsOBJECTIVES:I Recognize the selective process for osteogenic procedures for Bradley S. McAllister Molecular and Cellular Strategies to implant site enhancement. Optimize Bone AugmentationI Learn to select the appropriate matrix for available growth factors. Massimo Simion Clinical Application of rhPDGF for HardI Assess the indication and treatment technique for block and Soft Tissue Regeneration bone allografts. R. Gilbert Triplett Bone Growth Factor rhBMP-2 for Maxillary Sinus Floor Grafting Sponsored by 5
  6. 6. PRE-SYMPOSIUM SESSIONS THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010 SESSION III: 8:00–4:45 MAINTENANCE OF THE PERIODONTAL Ray C. Williams, Moderator PATIENT: 21ST CENTURY ADVANCES FOR David W. Paquette Maintenance of Periodontal Disease As THE PRACTICING CLINICIAN an Infectious/Inflammatory Condition The role of the practicing clinician in ensuring each patient’s overall Kenneth S. The Contribution of Risk and Risk Factors long-term health and well-being has become increasingly critical in Kornman in Periodontal Maintenance the last decade. With the explosion of emerging evidence for an oral Paul S. Rosen Management and Maintenance of health–total health connection, dentists and hygienists are seeking Teeth with Infrabony Defects new and innovative strategies for ensuring a patient’s long-term health through optimal maintenance approaches. Pamela K. McClain Management and Maintenance of This symposium brings together a group of international experts Teeth with Furcation Involvement who have led the way in the discovery of new methods for Niklaus P. Lang Management and Maintenance of diagnosing and treating periodontal and peri-implant disease. Dental Implants in Patients With or Borrowing from the recent insights into diagnosis of disease, Without Previous Periodontal Disease identification of risk factors associated with disease susceptibility, plus the understanding of the role of inflammation in periodontal Louis Rose Periodontal Disease Maintenance in and peri-implant disease, eight distinguished clinicians will present Medically Compromised Patients state-of-the-art knowledge and strategies for the long-term maintenance of dental implant patients with periodontal disease. Donald S. Clem The Challenges and Limits of Rarely has such a wealth of new insight into the nature of Periodontal Maintenance periodontal diseases fostered such an exciting new era for long-term care and maintenance of our patients. Sponsored by OBJECTIVES: I Understand the new concept of periodontal disease as primarily an inflammatory disease initiated by an infectious agent. I Learn how “risk” is conferred to individual patients and how that risk is assessed and managed. I Recognize the two-way relationship between oral health and overall health I Discover clinical strategies for managing teeth that are hard to treat Wine and Cheese and maintain. I Become familiar with strategies for ensuring the long-term health of Reception in the patients who have dental implants. I Understand the limits and frustrations that may exist in the maintenance of periodontal patients. Exhibit Hall Thursday, June 10 5:00–6:30 PM ALL-DAY HANDS-ON WORKSHOP: 8:00–4:00 THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 2010 ALVEOLAR RIDGE AUGMENTATION: OBJECTIVES: A HANDS-ON BONE GRAFTING I Compare and evaluate the indications for mandibular block grafts and ridge splitting. TECHNIQUE COURSE BY MICHAEL A. PIKOS I Understand and apply the surgical protocol for use of Autogenous block grafting and ridge splitting must be integrated into autogenous mandibular block grafts and ridge splitting. treatment planning if today’s implant surgeon is to effectively treat I Prevent, evaluate and treat complications associated with patients with compromised implant sites. This clinically oriented autogenous block grafts and ridge splitting. hands-on technique course will draw from the speaker’s experience over an 18-year time frame. The indications, contraindications, and This workshop is offered to symposium participants only, and surgical protocol will be analyzed to feature the art and science of payment of a $998 additional registration fee is required. Limited autogenous block grafting and ridge splitting as a biologic and to 40 participants; enrollment accepted on a first-come, first- biomechanical foundation for optimal implant placement. served basis.6
  7. 7. FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMSESSION I: 8:30–4:45THE BIOLOGIC AND RESTORATIVE Pamela K. McClain, ModeratorAPPROACH TO DENTAL IMPLANTS Daniel Buser How Anatomic and Surgical AspectsThe gold standard for esthetic placement and restoration of a Influence Esthetic Implant Outcomesdental implant is a result that is both natural and biologically Ueli Grunder Biologic Guidelines and Limitationssound. The accomplishment of such a goal is prefaced by for Anterior Implant Restorationsdiagnostic skills, surgical expertise, and prosthetic artistry. Themembers of this select panel are renowned for their contributions to Burton Langer Long-Term Results of Structuralthese efforts when managing both hard and soft tissues with a Regeneration of Hard and Soft Tissuevariety of implant systems. Every implant clinician should benefit Using Different Materials: Are Theyfrom their knowledge. Biologically Sound?OBJECTIVES: Ernesto Lee Protocols to Enhance the EstheticI Develop diagnostic skills to enhance the esthetic outcome. Predictability of Implant Therapy:I Identify soft and hard tissue surgical approaches. Rationale, Indications, and PrognosisI Learn to select the appropriate restorative material. Konrad H. Novel Implant Designs—Expectations, Meyenberg Realities, and Perspectives Hideaki Katsuyama Achievements and Limitations in Implant Surgery Using a Microscope- Enhanced ApproachSESSION II: 8:30–4:45PERIODONTAL REGENERATION: Arnold F. Binderman, ModeratorTHE DETERMINANTS OF EFFICACY Pierpaolo Sandro From Papilla Preservation Flaps toPerhaps no other procedure has had to reexamine its cherished Cortellini Minimally Invasive Procedures: Thebeliefs as often as periodontal regeneration. The continual Impact of Flap Design on Clinicalemergence of new materials, offering claims of osteoinductive and Outcomesosteoconductive activity, together with restorable and William V. Prospects for a Tissue-nonrestorable barrier membranes, has resulted in predictable results Giannobile Engineered Periodontiumthat require new skills to diagnose infrabony pockets, as well as newconsiderations for flap designs, growth factors, and genetics. The James T. Mellonig Evidence-Based Periodontalopportunity to discover the panel members’ different positions on Regenerationthese procedures should greatly enhance your patient treatment. Guilio Rasperini Biologic and Technical Strategies forOBJECTIVES: Periodontal Tissue RegenerationI Learn surgical techniques to enhance regenerative results. Mark Reynolds Growth Factors in Periodontal TissueI Understand tissue engineering for periodontal regeneration. Engineering: Current Challenges andI Identify biologic and technical strategies for periodontal regeneration. Expanding Opportunities Anton Sculean Emdogain: From Biologic Principles to Clinical Application The Welcome Reception . . . A Chance to Unwind FRIDAY, JUNE 11 6:30 – 8:30 PM EARN UP TO 24 HOURS OF CE CREDITS 7
  8. 8. SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010 SESSION III: 8:00–12:30 OPTIMIZING ESTHETIC RESULTS Diego Velasquez, Moderator WHEN TREATING THE GUMMY SMILE Ole T. Jensen BMP-2 Interpositional Augmentation for Every esthetic conversation focuses on the patient with a high lip line the Maxillary Esthetic Zone and a significant gingival display. This type of case is especially Massimo Simion Vertical Ridge Augmentation in challenging when combined with periodontal disease or trauma. Esthetic Zones Four experts have been selected to share their approaches and help establish the limitations of the different treatment options available David A. Garber Success by Design: Managing Risk Factors to offer to your patients. and Minimally Invasive Surgical Protocols in Anterior Implant Therapy OBJECTIVES: I Reassess distraction osteogenesis as an alternative approach. Stephen M. Parel Implant Options for Treating Vertical I Introduce tissue engineering for vertical ridge enhancement. Maxillary Excess I Evaluate prosthetic therapies that favorably influence the esthetic result. SESSION IV: 1:30–5:00 THE ORTHODONTIC CONNECTION TO Robert Vanarsdall, Moderator OTHER DENTAL DISCIPLINES Maurice Salama Prescription Orthodontic Therapy: A Vital When and how should orthodontic tooth movement be introduced Regenerative Tool in Complex Treatment to contemporary multidisciplinary treatment? The answer will be Kevin G. Murphy The Surgical Procedures Associated with connected to the task at hand, such as creating room for an implant, Periodontally Accelerated Osteogenic correcting a periodontal defect, or using an implant to create Orthodontics anchorage for tooth movement. Where does accelerated tooth movement fit into the overall scheme? The panel will present a Roger J. Wise From Car Accident to Neglected myriad of clinical cases to address these clinical decisions. Periodontal Disease: The Continuum of Ortho-Perio-Implant Treatment OBJECTIVES: I Learn the value and techniques of accelerated tooth movement. I Recognize the treatment sequence of periodontics and adult tooth movement. I Understand the regenerative potential of orthodontics. MEETING LECTURES AVAILABLE ON DVD! The 9th ISPRD and the 22nd ISC were both resounding successes. For those who missed the opportunity to attend, DVDs of many of the sessions are now available for purchase. Each high- quality DVD contains one 45- to 60-minute lecture presented by one of the featured speakers. Visit for prices and a complete list of the lectures that are available to order on DVD. The 9th International Symposium on 22nd International Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry Symposium on Ceramics FEATURING: FEATURING: A Critical Review of Contemporary Clinical Treatment Esthetic Masters at the Forefront Boston, Massachusetts • June 7–10, 2007 Los Angeles, California • June 6–8, 20088
  9. 9. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 2010 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMSESSION I: 8:30–5:30TREATMENT LONGEVITY FOR THE Morton Amsterdam, ModeratorPERIODONTALLY COMPROMISED PATIENT Myron Nevins Long-Term Observations With andEvery patient is concerned about the esthetic outcome of treatment Without Implantsbut is also intrested in the longevity of the result. This is frequently Stephen S. Wallace Sinus Elevation Therapy to Supplya multidisciplinary conversation regarding periodontal disease and Maxilliary Posterior Teethtreatment, the prosthetic restoration and replacement of teeth, andthe contemporary implementation of implants. Long-term Marcelo da Bar and Overbar Prostheses for theobservations of treatment decisions are the key to making the Costa Camelo Treatment of Atrophic Edentolous Jawscorrect decision. This experienced panel will address the George Priest Long-Term Prosthodontic Implantclassical, contemporary, and when possible, future directions of Solutions for Periodontallytherapeutics for the periodontally compromised patient. Challenged PatientsOBJECTIVES: Robert Schallhorn Observations of Long-Term OutcomesI Identify periodontal treatment decisions that contribute to longevity. with Periodontally Challenged PatientsI Observe long-term results of prosthetic treatment.I Evaluate the value of dental implants to long-term performance Mauro Fradeani Long-Term Follow-up of Full-Mouth of the restoration. Prosthetic RehabilitationsSESSION II: 8:30–5:30CERAMICS: THE MASTERS REACH FOR Arnold Weisgold, ModeratorULTIMATE ESTHETICS Robert R. Winter Optimizing Form and Function: A ClinicalThis expert panel will endeavor to provide answers and direction for and Technical Perspectivethe selection of the appropriate materials and methods to reach the Kenneth A. Integration of Esthetic Dentistryoptimal esthetic results for your patients. Treatment options will Malament and Prosthodonticscomplete the span from single crowns to periodontal prostheses withan emphasis on useful lectures and the materials of choice. The take- Avishai Sadan A Systematic Approach forhome message can be implemented in your practice to enhance your Predictable Estheticsesthetic results. Iñaki Gamborena Materials and Methods for OptimalOBJECTIVES: Esthetic Results in Implant DentistryI Reassess a systematic system for predictable esthetics. Galip Gürel Maximum Esthetics—Minimum InvasionI Learn to optimize form and function in esthetics.I Understand the clinical and technical aspects of treatment. Markus B. Blatz The All-Ceramic Update in Esthetic DentistrySESSION III: 8:30–5:30EXTRACTION WOUND HEALING AND Kevin G. Murphy, ModeratorIMMEDIATE LOADING Jan T. Lindhe Implants in Fresh Extraction SocketsThe extraction of teeth is probably the most frequently exercised Ronald E. Jung Alveolar Ridge Preservation: Factsdental treatment, but osseointegration has created a new and Futureunderstanding of the need to preserve the remaining alveolar processand the surrounding gingival tissues. New information continues to Joseph Kan Predictable Facial Gingival Estheticsemerge from both preclinical and clinical trials that greatly influences Following Immediate Tooththe treatment regimen. The possibilities include grafting the socket Replacement in the Esthetic Zonewith hard tissues, soft tissues, or both; placing an implant into the Hans-Peter Weber The Extraction Socket As an Implant Site:socket; and loading the implant(s) with a provisional prosthesis or, in Biologic Events and Clinical Implicationssome instances, a final prosthesis. This astute panel will debate theissues and examine the risks involved. Harold Baumgarten CT Guidance with Immediate Provisionalization—PrinciplesOBJECTIVES: and TechniquesI Reevaluate the necessity of hard tissue grafting to preserve ridge morphology. Tiziano Testori Internal and External Grafting of theI Identify the impact of CT guidance with immediate provisionalization. Socket: A Way to Preserve theI Learn when immediate loading is appropriate. Ridge Dimension 9
  10. 10. SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2010 SESSION I: 8:30–3:00 RISK FACTORS CHALLENGING George A. Zarb, Moderator IMPLANT SUCCESS Anthony G. Sclar Avoiding and Managing Esthetic Osseointegrated implants have enjoyed unparalled success but still Implant Complications require thoughtful treatment planning for many individuals. Two risk Joseph P. Fiorellini Diabetes and Bisphosphonate Treatment groups that are clearly defined are patients with diabetes and those As a Risk Factor for Implant Survival who have received bisphosphonate treatment. There is some thought that periodontal patients are at risk, specifically those characterized as Marc Quirynen Risk Factors of Periodontal Diseases for refractory. There is concern for adolescent patients and the Successful Implant Dentistry correlation of the timing of their implant treatment with physical development. All of these complications will be explored with special Peter Schuepbach The Impact of the Surface on emphasis on the surface technology of the implant. Osseointegration and Soft Tissue Integration OBJECTIVES: I Reassess previous periodontal disease as a risk factor for Georg Watzek Implants in Adolescence: Advantages implant dentistry. and Risks I Learn the effect of implants in adolescent patients. Stephen L. Wheeler Catastrophic Failures in the Esthetic Zone I Identify the impact of the implant surface on osseointegration and James Stein Clinical Reduction of Implant and Fixed soft tissue attachment. Prosthodontic Risk Factors Through Data Acquisition with a Digital Impression Scanner SESSION II: 8:30–3:00 ADVANCES IN PERIODONTAL PLASTIC Marlin E. Gher, Moderator SURGERY TO ENHANCE RESTORATIVE RESULTS Hom-Lay Wang Decision Tree for Predictable Soft Tissue Two areas of great esthetic concern to patients are the length of their Coverage/Augmentation teeth and interdental loss of periodontium—the so-called black Laureen Langer Immediate Implant Placement in triangles. The predictability of treating recession defects has been Severely Compromised Sites—Long- fostered by fastidious documentation of a variety of clinical Term Soft and Hard Tissue Results with procedures and materials. Is it possible to introduce growth factors as Over 800 Implants in the Esthetic Zone a further enhancement bordering on periodontal regeneration? Interdental papilla regeneration will be displayed with a combination Edward P. Allen Advances in Allograft Root Coverage periodontal prosthetic therapy. Michael K. McGuire Biosurgery: Using Bioactive Molecules OBJECTIVES: and Living Cells to Facilitate Hard and I Evaluate different techniques for the correction of gingival recession. Soft Tissue Regeneration I Learn the regenerative effect of using bioactive molecules and Yasukazu Miyamoto Soft Tissue Grafting for Enhancing living cells. Implant Outcomes I Become aware of a predictable surgical technique to replace the interdental papilla. W. Peter Nordland A Predictable Surgical Technique for Augmentation of the Lost Interdental Papilla SESSION III: 8:30–3:00 LOCALIZED RIDGE AUGMENTATION FOR Sergio De Paoli, Moderator IMPLANT PLACEMENT AND RESTORATION Michael A. Pikos Edentulous Regenerative Strategies: The past decade has witnessed a challenge to the position of Autogenous, Allogeneic, and Xenograft autogenous grafting as the “gold standard” for localized ridge Substrates with BioActive Modifiers augmentation. This program will offer the use of a variety of Marc L. Nevins Regenerative and Esthetic Surgery osteopromotive materials with and without growth factors to with rhPDGF-BB regenerate bone lost to periodontal disease, trauma, or congenital defects. This expert panel will provide not only existing positive Carlo Tinti/Stefano Surgical Approach with GBR to results but also the appropriate selection of materials and the Parma-Benfenati Improve Esthetics attending complications of therapy. David L. Cochran Protein Therapy Using BMP As an OBJECTIVES: Alternative to Autogenous Bone Grafting I Reevaluate the selection of osteogenic materials. Jay P. Malmquist Cell Therapy and Bone Proteins: I Recognize the value of cell therapy and growth factors. A New Paradigm in Bone Grafting I Improve the likelihood of successful vertical ridge augmentation. Ye Lin Alveolar Vertical Augmentation for Implants—Current Approaches and Problems10
  11. 11. REGISTER BY JANUARY 31, 2010 AND SAVE REGISTRATION (A) SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION REGISTRATION FORM AND SESSION PREFERENCES PLEASE CHECK ONE: By 1/31/10 On or after 2/1/10 Mail or fax entire page to: Regular J US $628 (R10) J US $698 (R20) J US $528 (R30) J US $598 (R40) Quintessence Publishing Co Inc 4350 Chandler Drive AAP Member (no. )* Hanover Park, Illinois 60133 Student** J US $258 (R50) J US $258 (R50) J US $298 (R60) J US $298 (R60) Fax: (630) 736-3633 Hygienist 4-Day Session Hygienist Thursday One-Day Session Only J US $118 (R70) J US $118 (R70) *It is imperative that AAP members submit their membership number. Failure to do so could result in a higher registration fee. ** Please submit verification of student status with this registration form. (B) THURSDAY WORKSHOP REGISTRATION J US $998 (R80) Alveolar Ridge Augmentation: A Hands-on Bone Grafting Technique Course Attendance is limited—see program for details. SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION FEE (A) $________ WORKSHOP REGISTRATION FEE (B) $________ TOTAL (A+B) $________PERSONAL INFORMATION PLEASE CHECK ONE: J General dentist J Oral surgeon J Periodontist J Prosthodontist J Student J Other (please specify) ________________________________ J CHECK ENCLOSED (make payable to Quintessence Publishing Co Inc)NAMEADDRESS J CHARGE TO: (circle one) Visa MasterCard American Express DiscoverCITY STATE CARDHOLDER’S NAMEZIP COUNTRY CREDIT CARD NUMBER EXPIRESTELEPHONE FAXEMAIL SIGNATURESESSION PREFERENCESIMPORTANT! You must check below those sessions you plan to attend because there will be three concurrent sessions each day.Indicating your preference at this time does not obligate you to attend these sessions. Thursday all day: Contemporary Concepts in Implant Dentistry Saturday all day: Treatment Longevity for the Periodontally Thursday all day: Clinical Regeneration: Surgical Approach to Compromised Patient Enhance Restorative Results Saturday all day: Ceramics: The Masters Reach for Ultimate Thursday all day: Maintenance of the Periodontal Patient: 21st Esthetics Century Advances for the Practicing Clinician Saturday all day: Extraction Wound Healing and Friday all day: The Biologic Approach to Dental Implants Immediate Loading Friday all day: Periodontal Regeneration: The Determinants of Efficacy Sunday all day: Risk Factors Challenging Implant Success Friday morning: Optimizing Esthetic Results When Treating the Sunday all day: Advances in Periodontal Plastic Surgery to Enhance Gummy Smile Restorative Results Friday afternoon: The Orthodontic Connection to Other Sunday all day: Localized Ridge Augmentation for Implant Dental Disciplines Placement and Restoration WEBREG
  12. 12. HOTEL REGISTRATION REGISTER BY MAY 18, 2010 MARRIOTT HOTEL COPLEY PLACE Standard Room Rate Single/Double $290 Triple $310 Call the hotel direct at 800-228-9290 (in US and Canada) or 617-236-5800 or fill in this form and mail or fax it to Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, 4350 Chandler Drive, Hanover Park, Illinois 60133, Fax 630-736-3633The Marriott Hotel Copley Place, selected as the official hotel forthe symposium, is offering a special rate to symposiumparticipants. The Marriott Hotel Copley Place is located in thecity’s charming and fashionable Back Bay area and is linked tothe Copley Place Shopping Galleries. The hotel is about 5 milesfrom Logan International Airport.Please complete this form and mail or fax it with yourRegistration Form to Quintessence Publishing Co Inc, or call theMarriott Hotel Reservation Desk directly at (800) 228-9290 (inUS and Canada) or (617) 236-5800. (If you call the hotel, be sureto indicate the name of the symposium to receive the specialmeeting rate.)Please reserve your room before 5:00 PM May 18, 2010, thereservation cutoff date. You may be charged a higher rate afterthis date. All rooms must be guaranteed by a deposit or a majorcredit card. Individual cancellation must be made at least48 hours prior to the date of arrival.The room rate is based on one night and does not include taxes.Should you require a suite or an upgraded room, contact the hotelfor special rates. You will receive confirmation of your reservationdirectly from the hotel. To change your reservation dates or tomake a cancellation, please contact the hotel directly.NAMEADDRESSCITY STATEZIP COUNTRYTELEPHONEFAX OR EMAILARRIVAL DATE DEPARTURE DATE NUMBER OF NIGHTSSHARING ROOM WITHSPECIAL REQUESTCARDHOLDER’S NAMECREDIT CARD NUMBER EXPIRESGUARANTEED BY: (circle one) Visa MasterCard American Express DiscoverSIGNATUREI understand that I am liable for one night’s room and tax, which will be deducted from mydeposit or billed through my credit card, in the event that I do not arrive on the date indicated orcancel at least 48 hours prior to the date of arrival.
  13. 13. POSTERS CALL FOR POSTERS A poster presentation will be held during the symposium at the Marriott Hotel Copley Place to stimulate and recognize innovative clinical research in the fields of periodontics, restorative dentistry, and implant dentistry. Those interested in presenting a poster are encouraged to apply. Fifteen posters will be selected for presentation during the symposium. The three best poster presentations will be awarded prizes.APPLICATION FOR ENTRYONLINE OR EMAIL ONLY(DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2010)Application for entry is made by submitting anabstract via email to oronline at The abstractshould be a thorough yet concise description of theposter presentation (maximum 500 words). Includeyour full name and mail/email address as well astitle of the poster at the top of the page.Indicate any commercial support at the end of theabstract if applicable.AWARDSCash awards of $1500, $1000, and $500 will be givento the first-, second-, and third-place winners,respectively. In addition, each award winner willreceive a recognition plaque and refund of theirsymposium registration fee.SPONSORED BYSUBMISSION OF POSTER APPLICATIONEMAIL: cthomas@quintbook.comONLINE: