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Academy of Osseointegration
2010 Conference Archive
May 17th, 2010


AO 25th Anniversary Meeting
The Formula for Predictable Implant Success

The Program Committee has put together an exciting and comprehensive line-up of educational sessions and dynamic expert presenters to make this 2010 Annual Meeting one of the most prominent educational events in our field. This set contains 30 hours of state-of-the-art lectures and speaker's slide's from this year’s Annual Meeting that you can view in the convenience of your home or office.

Highlights of the Academy of Osseointegration's 2010 Annual Meeting are also available on a USB flash drive. 
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Table of Contents
Corporate Forum Sessions
A Quarter Century of Experience - The Formula for Predictable Implant Success in the Esthetic Zone
LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES
Controversies in Implant Therapy
Surgical Procedures to Enhance Implant Success in Esthetic Zone
Restorative: Where, When, Why & How
Unexpected Complications – Complications and Solutions


Corporate Forum Sessions
Target Audience : Annual Meeting attendees

Objectives :
This collection of sessions offers a unique and significant opportunity to view the latest research and development in the
field of craniofacial implant technology. The Academy is offering 36 industry-hosted presentations featuring the latest
implant technology. Registrants may attend any presentation with the option of changing rooms at any time. The topics and
presenters are selected by the participating companies without any input from the Academy of Osseointegration.

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Simplified Implant Impression-Making Strategies
BIOMET 3i Corporate Forum

Speaker(s) :

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Predictable Bone Augmentation to Enhance Clinical Success
BIOMET 3i Corporate Forum

Speaker(s) :

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Guided Implant Surgery – Model-Based and CT-Generated Scenarios
BIOMET 3i Corporate Forum

Speaker(s) :

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Session 2B - Integrating Biomechanical and Biological Aspects Into Clinical Practice
BIOMET 3i Corporate Forum

Speaker(s) :



A Quarter Century of Experience - The Formula for Predictable Implant Success in the Esthetic Zone
Target Audience : OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Objectives :
Through the growth and advancements in the field of dental implantology in the last quarter century, we have shared new discoveries which have led to consistent improvements in our delivery of implant procedures, products and patient care. As we come together to mark our 25th year, we continue to look forward to improve our standard of care to deliver an
optimum final outcome.

For the Opening Symposium, we have assembled seven of the world’s expert dental surgeons and clinicians who each bring their own unique perspective on topics such as risk evaluation to treatment planning, the timing of implant placement and provisionalization, and completion of the final prosthesis in the esthetic zone. Each speaker brings extensive experience
combined with evidence-based data to specifically address how to make the successful outcome of each procedure more predictable.

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Risk Evaluation Factors Associated With Systemic Disorders
OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify potential risk factors associated with systemic disorders; 2) establish a comprehensive medical history to determine a patient’s health status; and 3) discuss the prevention etiology and management of a potential medical complication.

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Clinical Application of Computer- Guided Surgery for Implant Placement
OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe the concept of collaborative accountability to improve patient outcomes; 2) discuss the importance of selecting the proper scanning appliance used for CT imaging; and 3) demonstrate the use of surgical guides for implant placement and immediate provisionalization.

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Immediate Versus Delayed Socket Placement – What We Know, What We Don't Know and What We Think We Know
OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify what type of healing takes place against the implant in immediate socket placement; 2) determine if the gap distance really matters; 3) determine if primary closure should be attempted or should be left open; 4) determine if membranes should be utilized; 5) determine what type of graft material, if any, should be utilized; and 6) identify the potential short- and long-term risks involved with immediate placement of implants.

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Surgical Implant Placement – Immediate Loading Versus Staged Loading in the Esthetic Zone
OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) determine the risk factor assessment for immediate vs. delayed provisionalization; 2) describe the sequence of post-operative monitoring for immediate provisionalization; and 3) discuss the critical role of team communication – before, during and after.

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Keys and Techniques to Optimize Provisionalization in the Esthetic Zone
OPENING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe the key clinical determinants for esthetic success with dental implants; 2) define the implant/restoration transition zone and its influence on the potential for an esthetic result; and 3) identify clinical techniques to help mature, capture and communicate this transition zone to the dental technician, and helping to maximize a long-term esthetic result.



LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES

Objectives :
These lectures are offered simultaneously and offered concurrently with the Oral Research Abstract Presentations.

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LA-1 Flapless Surgery – A View from Two Perspectives
LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the concept of flapless surgery; 2) identify appropriate cases for this approach; 3) understand how to correct common errors created by flapless surgery; 4) describe the differences between flapless and minimally invasive implant surgery; 5) describe the indications for flapless surgery; and 6) discuss the importance of creating a proper emergency profile starting with implant placement.

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LA-5 Latest Strategies in Techniques and Materials for Maxillary Sinus Elevation

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the most predictable sinus elevation techniques; 2) understand the rationale for decision making; 3) discuss current innovative technologies; 4) identify common causes of surgical complications; and 5) examine the management of complications.

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LA-6 Immediate Implant Loading – Surgical and Prosthetic Procedures for Success
LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) recognize appropriate and inappropriate case types where immediate loading should be considered; 2) identify various surgical and restorative techniques successfully used in immediate loading; and 3) anticipate some common limitations and complications associated with immediate loading surgical, restorative and technological aspects.

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LA-10 Save the Teeth or Extract and Place Implants
LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the techniques/ materials that demonstrate regeneration; 2) identify the osseous defects that are most predictable in achieving periodontal regeneration; 3) discuss the role of regenerative therapy in the management of various osseous defects; 4) identify rationale for either extraction or non-extraction; 5) construct a treatment plan outlining whether teeth abutments should stand alone or be included in the prosthesis, and 6) make decisions regarding whether or not to extract, which in turn will impact treatment for the long-term.

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LA-12 The Secret of Successful Augmentation Procedures
LIMITED ATTENDANCE LECTURES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe diagnostic methods to improve the clinician’s understanding of the augmentation needs; 2) discuss the aspects of recipient site preparation prior to and during augmentation procedures; and 3) discuss methods to enhance augmentation results and avoid complications.



Controversies in Implant Therapy
Target Audience : TREATMENT APPROACHES

Objectives :
TREATMENT APPROACHES

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The Esthetic Zone – Do We Build the Ridge or Build the Bridge?
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) recognize specific alveolar deficiencies and classification; 2) demonstrate various augmentation techniques used to gain more hard and soft tissue volumes; and 3) describe the long-term efficacies of each surgical technique for managing alveolar ridge deficiencies.

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Decision Making Process for the Prosthetic Approach – Hybrid Versus Pink Porcelain
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the implant/restorative implications associated with hard and soft tissue deficits; 2) identify the decision pathways involved in providing a restorative-driven rehabilitation (“Backward Planning”); and 3) describe the implications for implant selection and placement.

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Is Zirconium the Ideal Material for Implant Frameworks? (pro)
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe the indications for the use of high-strength ceramics for implant abutments; 2) define the difference in strength between external and internal interfaces/connections; and 3) discuss material selection and color matching natural adjacent teeth and gingiva.

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Is Zirconium the Ideal Material for Implant Frameworks? (con)
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) describe the various applications of zirconium for implant frameworks; 2) identify the advantages and disadvantages of zirconium as material for implant frameworks; and 3) accept the fact that long-term clinical data of implant-borne zirconia frameworks is missing.

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Timing of Implant Placement – Advantages of Early Placements
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the main advantages of early implant placement; 2) describe how implant placement with simultaneous contour augmentation is carried out; and 3) understand how appropriate biomaterials for GBR are selected.

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The Timing of Implant Placement – The Immediate Approach: Indications, Contraindications and Coordinated Therapy
TREATMENT APPROACHES

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) determine when immediate placement into extraction sites is feasible; 2) describe contraindications to immediate placement, tooth replacement and loading; 3) develop a protocol for successful placement of implants into sites which are compromised; and 4) determine which techniques will give the most successful and long-standing results.



Surgical Procedures to Enhance Implant Success in Esthetic Zone
Target Audience : SURGICAL TRACK

Objectives :
SURGICAL TRACK

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Autogenous Block Grafting
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the indications and advantages of autogenous block bone grafts for implant site development; 2) identify methods to diminish morbidity associated with block bone harvest; and 3) demonstrate techniques to enhance graft incorporation and minimize complications.

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Bone "Manipulation" and the "Periosteal-Bone Flap" for Horizontal Ridge Reconstruction
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) compare bone manipulation to traditional augmentation techniques for single stage implant placement; 2) identify horizontal alveolar deficiencies appropriate for implant reconstruction with bone manipulation techniques; and 3) describe the role of periosteal preservation and technique variations between the maxilla and mandible.

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Hard Tissue Biologics
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) demonstrate the use of rhBMP-2, including mechanisms of action and identify possible advantages of its use; 2) identify the limitations of rhBMP-2 and what surgical techniques can optimize its success; and 3) describe a treatment phase that includes the use of growth factors.

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Soft Tissue Biologics
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss how and why these new materials may level the playing field; 2) describe how they can rewrite the rules of regeneration; and 3) identify the differences between tissue replacement grafts and bioactive grafts.

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Connective Tissue Grafts at Time of Implant Placement and/or Second Stage
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) understand the anatomical relationship between bone and soft tissues surrounding implants and how it affects esthetics; 2) describe when tissue augmentation procedures will be necessary to improve esthetic outcomes with implants; and 3) describe a variety of techniques to enhance the esthetic outcomes of implant supported restorations.

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Rebuilding the Inter-Implant Papilla
SURGICAL TRACK

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the cases which can successfully be treated in terms of papillae reconstruction; 2) discuss the different sequences of treatment for each specific case; and 3) describe how to predictably re-create papillae life formation and avoid complications.



Restorative: Where, When, Why & How
Target Audience : RESTORATIVE TRACK

Objectives :
RESTORATIVE TRACK

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Posterior Restorations – Splinted or Individual
Restorative Track

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the mechanical and restorative limitations of conventional diameter implants used in molar sites; 2) describe the mechanical and restorative advantages made possible by utilization of wider diameter implants; 3) adopt a restorative protocol to achieve optimal fit, strength, emergency profile and esthetics with milled zirconia restorations in demanding molar sites; and 4) utilize the concept of platform switching in the restorative design.

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Prosthetic Considerations for Restoring Angled or Tilted Implants
Restorative Track

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the rationale for placing implants at angles; 2) describe the effect of angled implants on immediate loading protocols; and 3) identify the nuances of restoring angled implants.

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Restorative Design on Wide Diameter Molar Site Implants
Restorative Track

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the mechanical and restorative limitations of conventional diameter implants used in molar sites; 2) describe the mechanical and restorative advantages made possible by utilization of wider diameter implants; 3) adopt a restorative protocol to achieve optimal fit, strength, emergency profile and esthetics with milled zirconia restorations in demanding molar sites; and 4) utilize the concept of platform switching in the restorative design.

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Endodontics Versus Implants
Restorative Track

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) realize the true expectations of success gained from current clinical concepts of endodontic therapy; 2) recognize the full range of specialty endodontic procedures available to save teeth that have pulpal and/or peri-radicular pathoses; and 3) identify the clinical factors that influence the success or failure of endodontic procedures so they may make better treament planning decisions.

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The Effect of a Shortened Loading Protocol on Prosthetic Design and Implant Success
Restorative Track

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) compare and contrast cement vs. screw retention for provisionalization of implants subjected to immediate loading; 2) understand how cantilevers affect implant loading and what clinical procedures can be followed in immediate provisionalization of diverse clinical scenarios; and 3) discuss control forces on implants through prudent occlusal design.



Unexpected Complications – Complications and Solutions
Target Audience : CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Objectives :
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

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Treatment Planning Failures
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify the parameters necessary for the diagnosis, treatment planning, and integration of implant restoration; 2) describe the clinical rationale associated with tooth extraction, implant placement and provisionalization; and 3) explain the incorporation of the principles of interactive CT diagnosis and treatment planning for bone grafting procedures.

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Restorative Failures
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the danger of undiagnosed and untreated peri-implant infections under overdentures; 2) describe the patients misguided evaluation of their own problems; and 3) identify the potential difference in risk of failure dependent on prosthesis design and jaw.

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Hard Tissue Failure
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the significance of hard tissue defects from a surgical and restorative perspective; 2) discuss possible solutions to hard tissue defects from a surgical and restorative perspective; and 3) prevent hard tissue defects in the future.

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Soft Tissue Esthetic Failures
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) diagnose high-risk esthetic implant cases; 2) identify which failed esthetic cases might benefit from connective tissue grafts; and 3) perform various soft tissue grafting procedures to rescue a failed esthetic implant case.

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Esthetic Failures Caused by Implant Malpositions
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) identify how implant malpositions can cause esthetic complications or failures; 2) describe how implants are removed to limit the resulting bone deficiencies; and 3) understand how such defects are handled to achieve an acceptable treatment outcome.

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Esthetic Failures
CLOSING SYMPOSIUM

Speaker(s) :

  • Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) understand the biology and physiology of alveolar ridge augmentation with mandibular block Autografts; 2) identify pertinent risk factors of mandibular block Autografts; and 3) appreciate the importance of secondary alveolar ridge augmentation protocols.


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