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Programme de la session du 12 au 16 Novembre 2018

Programme de la session du 12 au 16 Novembre 2018 - NewYorkUniversity Oral Implant

Session du Lundi 12 Nov au Vendredi 16 Novembre 2018

Prix de la session : 1800 US Dollars



Monday, November 12, 2018 ....................  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

 CDE Theatre


Editor-in-chief of Compendium Implantology; Past President, Diplomate and Board Member, International Congress of Oral Implantology; Past President, European Academy of Oral Implantology; Private Practice in Baden-Baden and Kraichtal, Germany.



 “Lateral and Vertical Bone Augmentation Techniques for Perfect Implant Position”

The expectations of our patients concerning perfect aesthetics, functionality and phonetics demand a high standard of implant skills. Today’s patients are also expecting to have an immediate restoration after losing their teeth. Although the success rate of 90-95 is impressive, we should try to avoid the 5 to 10 percent of failures and complications. The new technique of 3D planning and navigation could bring us closer to this goal. By using CBCT (Cone Beam CT), the dentist is able to carry out perfect implant planning. Both the position of the implants in the vicinity of anatomical structures and the future prostheses can be planned exactly.  


To optimize this technique in the daily practice, we use different augmentation techniques to achieve perfect implant position.

-          Lateral ridge augmentation with particulate materials and membranes.

-          Bone splitting and autogenous bone blocks

-          Bone spreading techniques to improve bone density and for close sinus elevation.

-          Different locations for bone harvesting procedures

All of the above mentioned techniques will be demonstrated step-by-step. The instrument needed will be presented as well as clinical cases with long term success (over 18 years) will be presented.



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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 .......................................................................  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.


“Periodontal and Surgical Management of Immediate Single Tooth Replacement Therapy in the Esthetic Zone”


Implant dentistry is continuously evolving offering new and more predictable forms of therapy with minimally invasive protocols. Innovative techniques now allow for better esthetics, decreased treatment times, and greater patient comfort.  However, these new techniques and therapies continue to raise questions and concerns regarding the risk and rewards of each.  Specifically, controversial issues regarding immediate postextraction socket implant placement in relationship to survival and esthetic outcomes. Immediate provisional restoration of immediate implants placed into healed [delayed] or augmented sites will be presented.

In addition, this lecture will address current concepts [i.e. platform switching], techniques, clinical research, histologic evidence, and innovations in immediate implant placement and provisional restoration and how they can enhance treatment procedures, time, and clinical outcomes for greater patient comfort, care, and satisfaction. After this presentation, the attendee should be able to understand the following concepts associated with immediate implant placement and provisional restoration:

1.  Understand the treatment time and survival rates associate with immediate protocols

2.  Treatment objectives of immediate versus delayed provisional restorations

3.  The prosthetic and biologic impact on hard tissue buccal contour change and peri-implant soft tissue   thickness

4.  Understand potential complications associated with immediate implants

5.  Impression-making and cementation techniques

6.  What are layperson’s perception threshold of facial-palatal collapse

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018 ..................................................................  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CDE Theatre


Dr. Geissberger is Professor and Chair of the Department of Integrated Reconstructive Dental Sciences at the School of Dentistry, University of the Pacific. Dr. Geissberger earned his Bachelors of Science in Biology from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga, California. After completing his undergraduate degree he attended the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry, earning a DDS degree in 1991. While in school he was elected into Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU) and Tau Kappa Omega (TKO) for scholastic excellence. He has served as the President, President-Elect and Vice President of both the Supreme Chapter of OKU and U. Pacific’s Alumni Association. Dr. Geissberger currently has a private practice in Marin, CA. 

 “Anterior Aesthetics as an Art Form, Treatment Planning for Aesthetic Dentistry… An Artists Approach”


Involving the whole team in Aesthetic Dentistry can be exciting and rewarding for all involved. An artistic approach to aesthetic dentistry is essential. This presentation will cover new techniques that have been developed to aid patients in visualizing potential aesthetic modifications of their dentition. We outline ways to involve the entire team in the treatment planning and delivery phases of aesthetics restorations.


During this program clinicians and staff members will:

  • Learn the definition of esthetics in both dentistry and art.
  • Learn the scientific basis of esthetics in art and the world around us.
  • Develop a better understanding of the mathematical principles of esthetics compared   to the esoteric esthetic concepts.
  • Understand the cultural differences in esthetic concepts.
  • Be able to evaluate the esthetic disposition of all patients.
  • Learn how to determine the esthetic values of each patient.
  • Learn to provide patients with a better understanding of aesthetic possibilities.
  • Learn how to create an office environment that promotes esthetics.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018 .....................................................................  9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

CDE Theatre



Jay M. Lerner graduated from Columbia University School of Dentistry and completed a General Practice residency at Brookdale Medical Center in New York. He maintains a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida in which the focus is comprehensive restorative and aesthetic dentistry.  Dr. Lerner is dedicated to continuing education having completed advanced training in aesthetic and restorative dentistry at Baylor College of Dentistry New York University, The Seattle Institute and The Dawson Center.  He serves as a senior clinical instructor with the Rosenthal Institute’s Aesthetic Advantage program at New York University. He is also the former Chairman of the Comprehensive Esthetic and Restorative clinic at the Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic in West Palm Beach. Dr. Lerner has published numerous articles for leading dental journals, lectures both nationally and internationally, and is a frequent lecturer and webinar contributor for the Dentalxp online dental educational forum.


“Comprehensive Dentistry: Visualization to Realization”

(9:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon)

Beautiful, functional anterior and posterior treatment is both an art and a science.  This program teaches a philosophy of practice that provides exceptional dental care through a comprehensive functional and aesthetic approach.

You will learn:

• Full Mouth Rehabilitation

      - Multiple cases presented to illustrate the use of porcelain veneers & crowns

      - How to evaluate complex cases

      - Complex case treatment planning

      - Restorative material choices

• Lab Communication

      - How to communicate with your lab to achieve predictable results

      - What the lab requires from you!

     - Provisionals…The Blueprint for Success

• The Role of Occlusion and Function

      - Concepts of occlusion and centric relation

      - Methods of finding centric relation

      - Importance of Anterior guidance

      - Understanding the envelope of function

      - Vertical dimension      


“Comprehensive Dentistry & Implant Aesthetics”

(1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.)

Mastering the art of predictable implant aesthetics can be challenging. One of the most stressful areas for most dentists is the process of creating a beautiful provisional that will guide tissue and predictably communicate the aesthetic outcome for the final restoration in the aesthetic zone. Combining the use of a custom fabricated provisional abutment, provisional restoration and a custom fabricated impression coping many of the aesthetics challenges can be addressed. This information can then be communicated to the laboratory to ensure the most predictable aesthetic outcome possible. This program is designed to simplify and streamline the entire process of implant provisionalization, impression and tissue management.


Participants will learn:

  • Proper treatment planning for esthetic success
  • The esthetic factors that must be addressed in planning
  • Periodontal considerations necessary to treatment plan for success
  • How to guide and support soft tissue during the provisional stage
  • How to fabricate a custom provisional abutment and provisional restoration
  • How to fabricate a custom impression coping and why it is necessary for predictable results
  • Comprehensive cases shown with the combination of anterior implants


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Friday, November 16, 2018 ........................................................................  8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

CDE Theatre



Dr. Fletcher is a periodontist who practices in New York City and as a member of Specialized Dentistry of New York, a group implant, cosmetic specialty practice. He is an Associate Clinical Professor at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, where he teaches periodontics and implant dentistry on a post-graduate level. Dr. Fletcher has had more than two dozen papers published in the dental literature and has lectured on periodontal prosthetics and implant dentistry both nationally and internationally. 


“The Diagnosis, Prevention, and Treatment of Inflammatory Peri-Implant Disease


As the number of implants that have been placed worldwide increases and as the number of years implants have been in place increases, the incidence and prevalence of inflammatory peri-implant disease has been rising. Whether you are placing or restoring implants it’s imperative you have an understanding of the factors involved in the initiation of peri-implant disease, are able to diagnose the problem in its incipiency and can then take the proper steps to arrest its progression.


At the end of this presentation the participant will: 

1)       have an understanding of the etiology, microbiology and histopathology of peri-implant disease, and its progression from mucositis to peri-implantitis.

2)       understand which instruments and chemotherapeutic agents are best suited to debride, detoxify and decontaminate an affected implant.

3)       understand the indications for non-surgical and surgical therapy, and understand the specific implant surgical techniques utilized to optimize the result of treatment.

4)       know how to establish an office protocol for the early recognition and diagnosis of peri-implant disease as well institute Cumulative Interceptive Supportive Therapy (CIST) to stop mucositis before it progresses to peri-implantitis.