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Programme de la session du 13 au 17 Novembre 2017

Programme de la session du 13 au 17 Novembre  2017 - NewYorkUniversity Oral Implant

Session du Lundi 13 Novembre au Vendredi 17 Novembre 2017

Prix de la session : 1800 US Dollars



Monday, November 13 , 2017 ..........  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CDE Theatre

CDE Theatre

George E. ROMANOS, DDS, PhD, Prof. Dr.med.dent. 

Professor of Periodontology at the Stony Brook University, School of Dental Medicine; Professor for Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry in Frankfurt, Germany;

Fully trained in Periodontics, Prosthodontics and Oral Surgery in Germany and NY; Board Certified in Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry in Germany; Certificate in Periodontology and AEGD (Univ. of Rochester); Diplomate by the American Board of Periodontology and the Int. College of Oral Implantology (ICOI);

Fellow of the Academy of Osseointegration (AO), the Int. College of Dentists, ICOI, ITI foundation, American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery and the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics.

Editorial Boards: IJOMI, Clin. Impl. Dent. and Relat. Res (member), J Prosthodontics (member), Odontology (Associate Editor), Photomedicine and Laser Surgery (member), Quintessence Int (member), Compendium (member), J Periodontology (peer review panel), Int. J Dent (member) and others; more than 250 publications, author of 5 books; over 500 presentations worldwide.


“Complications and their Management in Implant Dentistry”

This program will present the main surgical complications in implant dentistry from the treatment planning to the long-term success. The presenter will focus on the intraoperative, postoperative, post-implantological complications in the soft and hard tissues. He will also present anatomical considerations in maxilla and mandible, such as problems in the preparation of the anatomical structures, in the sinus procedures, the problems from the wrong implant positioning, the grafting techniques and their effects in implantology. The treatment of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis is only one part of this course. The management of soft and hard tissue problems to improve the clinical outcome will be illustrated with a high number of clinical examples. A course for every clinician, who wants to be an expert.




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Tuesday, November 14, 2017 ......  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CDE Theatre

Dr. Stephen CHU

Stephen J. Chu maintains an academic appointment as Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry and the Department of Prosthodontics at New York University College of Dentistry. He also has a private practice in fixed prosthodontics, aesthetic, and implant dentistry in New York City. Dr. Chu has published over 50 articles in the dental literature and has given lectures nationally and internationally on the subjects of esthetic, restorative, and implant dentistry. Dr. Chu is on the editorial review board of several peer-reviewed dental journals. He is the recipient of the Peter Scharer distinguished lecturer award from the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry as well as the Lloyd L. Miller distinguished lecturer and E. B. Clark award from the Society for Color and Appearance Dentistry.



 “Managing Esthetic Failures on Anterior Dental Implants: Etiologies & Treatment Solutions”

(9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon)



Esthetic failures associated with dental implants in the esthetic zone can be one of the greatest challenges facing the dental team. These dilemmas can present themselves as either midfacial, interdental, or combination defect types. A significant part of treatment therapy revolves around correction of these esthetic defects due to either poor treatment planning, implant placement, and restorative contours. Surgical, orthodontics, and restorative treatment planning options and techniques to address these esthetic deficiencies will be presented in a sequential manner from simple periodontal-restorative solutions to more complex case types involving orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthetics. After this presentation, the attendee should be able to:

  • Know the potential of hard and soft tissue correction around aesthetically challenged anterior implants
  • Know when adjunctive orthodontic therapy should be employed
  • Know when a prosthetic restorative solution is the best treatment plan option


“Predictable Diagnosis and Treatment of Clinical Crown & Gingival Architecture Discrepancies"

(1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.)

After this presentation, the attendee should be able to:

  • Discuss how to analyze and treat gingival architecture discrepancies
  • Describe solutions to gingival architecture problems involving interdisciplinary treatment approaches 

Comprehensive treatment planning of the aesthetic restorative case can be challenging. The key to success is to understand and develop predictable strategies in patient care. The focus of this presentation will be how to analyze tooth size discrepancies quickly, easily, and predictably and how it relates to spacing and gingival architecture problems. Solutions will focus on interdisciplinary treatment periodontics [i.e., esthetic crown lengthening] and restorative dentistry. As both a prosthodontist and master lab technician, Dr. Chu will present a unique perspective designed to satisfy patients’ and clinicians’ needs and expectations. 



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Wednesday, November 15, 2017 ..................................................................  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CDE Theatre


Former Associate Clinical Instructor, Department of Prosthodontics and Occlusion, New York University College of Dentistry, Member, Academy of Osseointegration and American College of Prosthodontics; Fellow, Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics; Private Practice in Advanced Restorative Dentistry and Implant Prosthodontics in Washington, D.C.



“Advanced Implant Esthetics: From Treatment Planning to Final Restorations”


The use of dental implants to restore function and esthetics following the loss of teeth has been well documented. As high implant survival and success rates have been reported, the esthetic outcome has become the main focus of interest in esthetically sensitive areas. The prosthetic reconstruction should imitate the appearance of the natural teeth. Clinical cases will illustrate a stepwise approach of tissue manipulation with the use of provisional restorations to create a subgingival contoured sulcus. With the latest technology, a virtual abutment can achieve natural root replacement contours.


The purpose of this presentation is to discuss advancements in machined abutment design: pre-contoured versus CAD/CAM, metal versus ceramic abutments. Decision criteria will be formulated in order to choose between all ceramic abutments and crowns as well as titanium, gold abutments and ceramometal crowns. The clinician will have a better understanding of abutment selection to achieve the ultimate esthetic integration.

Learner outcomes:

  • Stepwise treatment planning for ideal esthetics and longevity
  • Understand the development of soft tissue profiles with provisional restorations
  • Learn immediate provisional restoration techniques for single and multiple prosthesis
  • Digital Dentistry-Where are we?
  • Have the ability to select components that are appropriate for patient specific restorations
  • Management of complications

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Thursday, November 16, 2016 ..........  8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 

CDE Theatre

Dr. George KIRTLEY

Founder, Midwest Center for Advanced Dental Education in Indianapolis, Indiana; Office Accreditation by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry; Senior Faculty for the Rosenthal Institute’s Aesthetic Advantage; Member, American Society for Dental Aesthetics and European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry;  Private Practice in Indianapolis, Indiana.


“The Art of a Beautiful Smile”

The initial focus of this lecture appeals to the artistic aspect of what we do through understanding the interrelationship between the face and the smile/teeth in designing a smile.  This takes into consideration Facial Reference lines, Golden Proportion, Natural Reoccurring Proportion, Shade selection, Physical Beauty and our interpretation of it,  tooth design and its impact on the overall smile, variations of preparation design to accommodate arch length inadequacy and arch length redundancy and the concepts of perception and illusion and how they are used in esthetic smile design.  The use of the art form of cosmetic digital imaging (ENVISIONASMILE) in establishing smile design will also be addressed to enable the attendee to understand the importance of the imaging process for case presentation and laboratory communication.

The second half of this presentation will address the removal of temporaries, isolation technique, try-in of veneers, adhesion and cementation techniques, post-operative techniques in creating and producing highly esthetic porcelain veneers and the use of TEK-SCAN computer generated occlusal analysis.  



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Friday, November 17, 2017 ........................................................................  8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

CDE Theatre

Dr. Abd Elsalam ASKARY

Dr. Abdelsalam Askary is currently maintaining a private practice limited to periodontics, dental implants and oral reconstruction in Alexandria, Egypt.  Dr. Elaskary is a visiting lecturer at University of New York. Dr. Elaskary has contributed with two text books to the field of dental Implantology, “Reconstructive Aesthetic Implant Surgery”.  As well as “fundamentals of esthetic implant dentistry” published by Wiley – Blackwell. DR Elaskary is an editorial advisory board member for the smile dental journal and a society editor for the Implant dentistry journal. Dr. Elaskary is the current president of the Arab society of oral Implantology in Cairo and a founding board member of the Arabian academy of aesthetic dentistry, an active member, fellow and the vice president of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI).


“Diagnosis & Management of Dental Implant Complications”


A comprehensive course that touches the daily practice of every clinician performing dental implants service, a unique detailed clinical overview of related treatment complications with dental implant therapy that starts form the poor diagnosis to the regenerative bone graft complications, with emphasis on the potential risk factors that might escalate the failure rate, the identification of the potential tendency for complications to occur prior to implant placement is also as an important factor prior to treatment , this in turn would eliminate the need for more complex treatments or re-treatments at a later date. This course will focus on how to identify, avoid and treat potential treatment complications with dental implant therapy in a step by step protocol.

Course topics:

-          Decision making complications

-          Anatomical & surgical complications and risk factors.

-          Complications related to immediate implant placement

-          Biomechanical complications

-          Poor implant positions and treatment options

-          Soft tissue related errors

-          Peri-implantites & peri-implant muccosites

The candidate will be able to learn:

-          Philosophy of failure

-          How to predict any treatment complication prior to occurrence

-          Diagnose the reason of the specific treatment complication

-          The deferent clinical solutions to treat complications and failures

-          How to deal with patients in case of implant failures

-          How to avoid the possible treatment complications prior doing dental implants

-          Assess medico-legal implications of treatment failures