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  1. 1. April 4th, 2008 (Lectures) “Aesthetic Harmony” Willi Geller, Oral Design Switzerland Master ceramist Willi Geller is known the world over for uncompromising aesthetics and his innovations in materials and techniques. Today, aesthetic excellence is attainable with a wide variety of ceramic options; however, using these materials side-by-side can present a unique The 2008 Oral Design Symposium in conjunction with NYU 3rd Annual challenge. Mr. Geller will discuss the materials and techniques he employs for achieving aesthetic harmony in a combination case fabricated with zirconia and metal ceramics. Ceramic Symposium is presenting “Oral Metamorphosis - The Masters Teach the Art behind the Smile”. The advancement of contemporary Aesthetic dentistry has “Materials and Technique Selection in Aesthetic Dentistry. A Biological Approach” been primarily based on ceramic development and the clinical usage of it. Dr. Giuseppe Allais, DDS, Italy It is hard to compete in Aesthetic dentistry without the knowledge of the Due to the demand of restorative dentistry with superior cosmetic results, aesthetic dentistry has dramatically improved over the last 20 years. We now have the ability to create prosthesis possibilities of ceramics and the art put into it by the Master Ceramists. Today the with the same appearance of natural teeth. These improvements are correlated to new materials ceramist and clinician come together to create and understand the development of that have optical characteristics close to natural tissue leading to more precise and accurate techniques. There are many materials on the market today that are not yet clinically proven for light reflective materials that actually mimic nature. This symposium will explore technicians as well as, practitioners. This presentation will cover procedures and materials that the type of skills and materials used in implant cases as well as, high performance not only stand the test of time, but also create the up most pleasing results aesthetically. ceramics such as: Zirconia and Alumina. Our Masters will teach the joining of art and science to enrich the knowledge and creativity of Aesthetic Dentistry and “The Role of the Dental Technician for Establishing Optimal Aesthetics” Jean Marc Etienne, Oral Design France transform the lives and smiles of thousands of patients from around the world. CAD CAM technologies continue to grow in the dental practice. The range of prosthetic “A smile is a curve that sets everything straight.” ~Phyllis Diller solutions has recently been improved in an aesthetic and innovative way, particularly for cemented and screw-retained zirconia bridges. Designing and manufacturing complex dental restorations combining biocompatible materials, new and digital techniques has become daily practice for the dental technician. Today more than ever, real team methods adopted by the implantologist, prosthodontist and dental technician will lead to great prosthetic satisfaction. SPONSORED BY: “Ti Implant Componentry, An Alternative Approach” Nobel Biocare | Jensen Dental | Montage Media Peter Vryonis, Oral Design Australia PRESENTED BY: Since 1994 Mr. Vryonis has been manufacturing his own implant componentry. His use International Foundation for Oral Design of commercially pure grade titanium delivers excellent results both in fit and accuracy. This presentation will cover an alternative to the struggle of correcting implant angulations in the Jason J. Kim’s “Mastering Aesthetic and Ceramics” Program traditional systems that do not always satisfy the challenging case situation. New York University College of Dentistry CDE
  2. 2. April 5th-6th, 2008 (Hands-On Course) “White and Pink Aesthetics” Hands-On course given by Willi Geller and The International Oral Design Team Eric van der Winden, Oral Design Netherlands • Single unit Zirconia demonstration only There are many excellent brands of dental ceramics, each one having its own individual • Laboratory sequencing of the anterior three-unit bridge in the advanced level, beginning properties and characteristics. Having an understanding of these materials can help you as the with metal framework design to multi layering porcelain build up and contouring using technician customize your own restorations. This presentation will aid in the understanding Classic Creation porcelain. of how to utilize these different material selections, focusing on form, color, surface texture/ luster and soft tissue. Interaction with patients to maintain and obtain light in the gingiva is his central focal point. “Another Brick in the Wall: Single Crown Restorations in the Aesthetic Zone” “Mastering Aesthetics & Ceramics for the Advanced Dental Sascha Hein, MDT, Oral Design Australia Technician: Hands-On Continuum” The advancements in the field of dental technology over the last two decades have led to at NYU CDE the introduction of some of the most sophisticated ceramic systems that are available today. Together with a number of new framework materials, digital shade taking devices and even September 2008 - June 2009 (one weekend per month) some entirely new shade guide systems have been presented, in order to aid the ceramist in Tuition: $9,300 includes Jensen Articulator (payment schedule available) the ever present challenge of “ getting the color right”. This conflict becomes more and more Credit Hours: 210 evident in the much feared single crown restoration in the aesthetic zone. What is it that makes such cases so unpredictable in their outcome and which aspects need to be considered in order Building exceptional prosthetic and aesthetic dental restorations requires a solid technical to achieve the best result? In this presentation you will be shown a number of clinical cases and foundation, disciplined planning expertise of materials, and keen practical application. discuss the material selection. Comparisons between natural teeth and dental ceramics will Expertise fundamentally begins with a thorough understanding of the academics and the also be addressed. underlying principles of technical dentistry. Accurate communication and documentation between dentist and laboratory is vital for proper case planning and sequencing. The first half of the course is dedicated to learning how to build an accurate blueprint of “The Dynamics of Nature in Oral Implantology” casework that will lead to successful results. In the second half of this course science and art Juergen Mehrhof, MDT, Oral Design Germany converge with “hands-on” education. You will learn the latest advancements in ceramic materials, preparation and application techniques by the leading authorities in the field. The clinical success of Osseo integrated implants has been well documented. As we strive to meet aesthetic demands within the shortest period, this presentation will cover established Program Director: treatment protocols that permit for a predictable treatment plan and outcome considering both Jason J. Kim, CDT Oral Design, Clinical Assistant Professor, NYUCD, is the founder and aesthetic and biological factors. President of JK Dental Laboratory in Port Washington, NY and operates the Oral Design Bone morphology, including bone quantity and quality is the leading prospect of all treatment Center in NYC. modalities. Surgical procedures to enhance bone volume and prosthetic driven implant Instructors: Peter Kouvaris, CDT, Oral Design, Lupo Villega, DDS Oral Design, Anthony placement will be discussed. Case presentations will demonstrate Mr. Mehrhof‘s concept used Burke, CDT, Calvin Mun, CDT, Peter Pizzi, MDT, CDT, Richard Pavlak, CDT, MDT, for aesthetic implant supported restorations including surgical, prosthetic and technical aspects. Adam Mieleszko, CDT. Preoperative treatment planning will be covered emphasizing on treatment modalities for removable vs. fixed implant supported superstructures. For more information, please call 212.998.9757 fax 212.998.4081 or email at dentalcde@nyu.edu. Please visit our website at www.nyu.edu/dental/ce
  3. 3. ORAL DESIGN 2008 SYMPOSIUM & NYU 3RD ANNUAL CERAMIC SYMPOSIUM REGISTRATION FORM NAME ADDRESS CITY, STATE (COUNTRY), ZIP TELEPHONE FAX EMAIL REGISTER FOR: ❏ Complete Program................................................... $1695. ❏ April 4th (Dentists & Dental Technicians)............... $ 295. ❏ April 5th - 6th(Dental Technicians Only)................. $1495. CREDIT CARD INFORMATION Master, Visa or Amex Number exp. date or checks payable to “International Foundation For Oral Design” and mail to: International Foundation For Oral Design: 418 East 71st Street, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10021 Oral Design 2008 Symposium & NYU 3rd Annual Ceramic Symposium will be held at New York University College of Dentistry CDE located at: 345 East 24 Street, New York, NY 10010 Please reserve your spot today by calling 212.288.0823 or email to danel@oraldesignsymposium.com Visit our website at www.oraldesignsymposium.com

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