COURSE DETAILS

ESTHETIC SYMPOSIUM – AM

Dr. Joseph Greenberg, Facilitator

AM SYMPOSIUM

DATE: FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2020

TIME: 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM

AUDIENCE: Dentists, RDH, DA, EFDA

CE UNITS: 3.0

LECTURE #: 050

AGD CODE: 780

MODERATORS: Dr. Barry Cohen & Dr. Ariana Mason


Pathophysiology of the Aging Face with Minimally Invasive Treatments and Surgical Therapies
DR. TIMOTHY GRECO

Examining the aging face from skin to skeleton and what to expect from age 20-90 as well as treatments available. The skin, superficial and deep fat compartments, facial musculature, facial ligaments, and the skeleton will all age and require efficient corrective treatment.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To understand the complexity of the aging face as well as procedures that can complement aesthetic dental restoration in these patients
  • How minimally invasive procedures such as BOTOX® (neuromodulators), dermal fillers, and non-ablative lasers can give patients their ideal result without serious downtime
  • How surgical procedures such as facelifts, eyelid surgeries, cheek implants, structural fat grafting, otoplasty, and laser skin resurfacing can give patients long-lasting results for years and even decades
Dr. Timothy Greco
Pathology & Aging Face
AM Esthetic Symposium (#050)
Timothy M. Greco, MD, FACS, is a facial cosmetic plastic surgeon in Bala Cynwyd, PA, near Philadelphia who is double board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery. Dr. Timothy M. Greco's aesthetic surgical practice focuses solely on plastic and reconstructive surgery of the face, head and neck. He is an adjunct assistant professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine in the Department of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery, Division of Facial Plastic Surgery. Dr. Greco is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Lifelong Craniofacial Changes and Its Implications on Osseo Integrated Implants
DR. FEREIDOUN DAFTARY

For tooth replacement in children and adolescents, the clinical significance of growth of the skull and mandible has been identified. Due to its ankylotic nature, use of dental implants has not been recommended in growing patients. Growth during adulthood has not been a factor considered for restorative treatment planning with dental implants regarding long-term outcomes. Until most recently, the effects of craniofacial growth in the adult patient and dental implants has been absent from the dental literature, partly due to the fact that these changes take many years to manifest themselves. In the past, such clinical observations were absent from the literature due to short observation periods or they were simply overlooked. Now with decades of post treatment observation of single tooth or edentulous implant restorations, it is becoming apparent that for some people there are indeed occlusal, periodontal and asthetic ramifications of this subtle continued development defined as growth through adulthood. The purpose of this presentation is to alert the dental profession to the long-term effects of continued craniofacial growth in adults.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Identify Intra-arch stability of teeth relative to implant restorations
  • Understand Inter-arch occlusal stability involving natural teeth opposing implant restorations
  • Discuss anterior esthetic stability of implant restorations, relative adjacent teeth and supporting periodontium
Dr. Fereidoun Daftary
Craniofacial Changes
AM Esthetic Symposium (#050)
Fereidoun Daftary, D.D.S., M. Sc. D.
Dr. Daftary received his D.D.S from the National University of Iran and has done post-graduate training in prosthodontics at Boston University. He has held a position as an Assistant Professor at New York University and was Associate Professor and the chair of the Department of Fixed Prosthodontics at the University Of Southern California School Of Dentistry from 1982-1992. Dr. Daftary has lectured nationally and internationally on the topics of Esthetics and Implant Prosthodontics. He has also developed and patented more than 15 patents in Implant Dentistry including the Anatomic Abutment and Bio-Esthetic System & AIS Implant System. He also has more than 20 publications in different topics in Prosthodontics. Dr. Daftary has maintained a private practice in Beverly Hills, California.

10 Keys for Successful Esthetic-Zone Single
Immediate Implants
DR. ROBERT LEVINE

This clinical, usable information-packed presentation will identify 10 essential elements for performing immediate single-tooth replacement in the esthetic zone in adult patients with long-term, successful outcomes. Treatment of a single-tooth replacement in the esthetic zone is considered a complex procedure requiring a team approach. This is because once an esthetic complication occurs, restoring the lost hard and soft tissues to their original pre-surgical levels is extremely difficult. The 10 Key conclusions suggest that a team protocol, if strictly followed, would provide high predictability in preventing esthetic complications related to single-tooth implants, and offer proposed guidelines to ensure high success rates.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the principles of the “10 Keys to Esthetic Zone Success for Single Immediate Implants in the Adult” (Compendium Cont Ed Dent 2017: RA Levine, J Ganeles, L Gonzaga, H Randel, JYK Kan, CD Evans, ST Chen)
  • Understand the important role that soft tissue grafting plays for a long-term cosmetic result for single tooth implants in the esthetic zone (RA Levine, J Ganeles, JYK Kan, PL Fava. Compendium of Cont Ed Dent 2018)
Dr. Robert Levine
Esthetic Zone Implants
AM Esthetic Symposium (#050)
Dr. Robert A. Levine maintains a full time private practice in Philadelphia focusing on Surgical Implant Placement, Cosmetic Oral Plastic Surgery Procedures, Reconstructive and Regenerative Therapy. He graduated from Temple University School of Dentistry in 1981, received his post-grad certificate in Periodontics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1984 and is presently a Clinical Professor in Post-Graduate Periodontics and Dental Implantology at the Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry at Chapel Hill and at the University of Illinois College of Dentistry at Chicago. Dr. Levine is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology, a Fellow of the College of Physicians in Philadelphia and a Fellow of the International Society of Periodontal Plastic Surgeons.

EARLY BIRD TUITION BY FEBRUARY 10, 2020

Second District Members – Complimentary**

ADA Members Outside of Second District – $155

Non-ADA Members – $255

Staff – $95


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Purchase a special FREEDOM PASS for $635.


**Complimentary lectures for Second District Dentists who practice in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lehigh, Montgomery or Northampton counties and have paid their ADA/PDA/SD 2020 dues by February 10, 2020. (Hands-on Courses exempt)