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Advance Program

6th

World

Congress

hosted by

THE AMERICAN ACADEMY

OF ESTHETIC DENTISTRY

passion, esthetics, & new technology:

The Future of Dentistry

August 2-5, 2009 o The Bellagio Resort o Las Vegas


Welcome from the Presidents & the General Chair

It is with great excitement that we invite you to the 6th World Congress of the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry

in Las Vegas. This premier conference gathers prominent professionals from 29 member academies at the Five-Diamond

Bellagio Resort—an experience unlike any other in the world.

The Premier Esthetic Dentistry Event of 2009

IFED’s 6th World Congress is focused on Passion, Esthetics, and New Technology: The Future of Dentistry. By day,

attendees will experience world-renowned keynote speakers and cutting-edge scientific sessions. By night, guests will

enjoy an array of VIP receptions, along with other social functions.

The Entertainment Capital of the World

Las Vegas has a well-earned reputation as the “Entertainment Capital of the World.” With an unmatched spectrum of

dining, shopping and entertainment, the Strip is home to 17 of the world’s 20 largest hotels for good reason. And the

Bellagio itself is exceptional—as a conference venue, luxurious resort and star-studded casino—leading several prominent

publications to rate it one of the top event locales in the world.

Hosted by the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry

This event represents a perfect circle: the AAED will be celebrating its milestone 35th Anniversary in 2009 right here in

Las Vegas, the location of our very first annual meeting in 1975. Our executive team will stop at nothing to ensure your

experience is legendary, educationally unsurpassed, and one to be remembered for years to come.

See you in Las Vegas!

John D. West, DDS, MSD – 2009 AAED President

Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD – 2009 IFED President

Vincent G. Kokich, DDS, MSD – 2009 IFED General Chair


AAED

The American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry was formed in 1975 as the world’s first esthetic academy and has members from throughout the United States and 12

other countries who share a common interest in excellence in the quality of patient care. Comprised of distinguished individuals from virtually every facet of the dental

profession, the Academy’s members are elite professionals who are internationally known for their work and contribution to esthetic dentistry. Membership is offered by

invitation only and the Bylaws restrict the growth of the Academy’s membership in order to maintain the highest levels of excellence. The Academy has developed an

outstanding reputation for high quality educational meetings that are recognized as major learning events in the dental community.

IFED

The International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry was founded in 1994 by the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry

and the Japan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Its purpose is to contribute to the progress and development of worldwide esthetic and oral health and to enhance

communication between member organizations. The IFED holds a world scientific meeting every second year, hosted by a member academy. Delegates attend from all

around the world. The Federation now consists of 29 member academies:

American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD)

American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED)

Asian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (AAAD)

Belgian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (BAED)

Brazilian Society of Aesthetic Dentistry (BSAD)

British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (BAAD)

British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (BACD)

Bulgarian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (BAED-bg)

Canadian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (CAED-Canada)

Chinese Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (CAED)

Czech Academy of Dental Esthetics (CADE)

European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EAED)

European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry (ESCD)

French Society of Esthetic Dentistry (SFDE)

German Association of Esthetic Dentistry (DGAZ)

Guatemala Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (GAED)

Hellenic Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (EAAO)

Indian Academy of Aesthetic & Cosmetic Dentistry (IAACD)

Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry (AIOP)

Japan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (JAED)

Korean Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (KAED)

Lithuanian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (LAED)

Polish Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (PASE)

Russian National Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (NAECD)

Scandinavian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (SAED)

Society of Esthetic Dentistry in Romania (SEDR)

Taiwan Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (TAAD)

Turkish Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (EDAD)

Venezuelan Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (VAED)

IFED 2009 PLANNING COMMITTEE

IFED Meeting Goals

John D. West, DDS, MSD

2009 AAED President

Dan Nathanson,

DMD, MSD

2009 IFED President

Vincent G. Kokich,

DDS, MSD

General Chair

Baldwin W. Marchack,

DDS, MBA

Scientific Program Chair

Highlight evidence-based methods for achieving

excellence in esthetic and restorative dentistry

Provide interdisciplinary education and advance

knowledge in esthetic, endodontic, prosthodontic,

periodontic, orthodontic, surgical and materials

aspects of restorative dentistry

Provide an international representation of esthetic

dentistry authorities

Highlight in-depth knowledge in materials

selection and ethical considerations in esthetic and

restorative dentistry

Create an environment for networking, professional

interaction, and knowledge sharing

among participants

Ronald E. Goldstein, DDS

Local Arrangements Chair

John D. West, DDS, MSD

President

Vincent Celenza, DMD

President-Elect

Louis Rose, DDS, MD

Vice President

Richard Simonsen, DDS, MS

Secretary

Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD (USA)

President

Ronald I. Maitland, DMD

Sponsorship/Exhibitor

Relations Chair

2009 AAED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

2009 IFED EXECUTIVE COUNCIL

Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD

Treasurer

Linda C. Niessen, DMD, MPH, MPP

Director

Robert R. Winter, DDS

Director

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS

Director

Paul S. Hoyt, DDS

Audio/Visual Chair

Tomas Seif, DDS, MS (Venezuela)

Executive Council Member

John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

Past President

Edward P. Allen, DDS, PhD

Second Past President

Joseph M. Jackson

Executive Director

Jeorg Strub, DMD, PhD (Germany)

Executive Council Member

American Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry Mission

To promote the integration of dental esthetics into

the total spectrum of oral health care and provide

a leadership role for the profession by defining the

highest interdisciplinary clinical, scientific, artistic and

ethical standards through research, publications and

educational presentations.

The American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry is a

recognized ADA CERP provider. This educational forum

offers you up to 18.5 contact hours/credits of high-caliber

scientific updates on esthetic dentistry. All educational

presentations will be delivered in a lecture style with

Q&A periods.

Jose R. Moura, DDS, MS (Brazil)

Vice President

Wynn Okuda, DMD (USA)

Executive Council Member

Peter Tay, BDS (Singapore)

Immediate Past President

David Klaff, BDS (United Kingdom)

Secretary/Treasurer

Akira Senda, DDS, PhD (Japan)

Executive Council Member

Seok-hoon Ko, DDS, MS (Korea)

Immediate Past President

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Meeting Agenda

Sunday August 2, 2009

For complete Pre-Conference schedule, see page 6.

Monday August 3, 2009

7:30 - 8:00 Continental Breakfast

8:30 - 9:00 Introductions and Announcements

Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD

John D. West, DDS, MSD

Vincent G. Kokich, DDS, MSD

Ronald E. Goldstein, DDS

Baldwin W. Marchack, DDS, MSD

lloyD MILLER KEYNOTE LECTURERS

9:00 - 9:30 Mastering the Art of Esthetic Dentistry:

A 30-Year Retrospective

Frank M. Spear, DDS, MSD

9:30 - 10:00 Functional Occlusion: The Three P’s

John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

10:00 - 10:30 Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

cURRENT CONTROVERSIES

10:30 - 10:55 Abfractions: Reality or Myth?

Harald O. Heymann, DDS, MEd

10:55 - 11:20 Longevity of Porcelain Veneers: Fact vs. Fiction

Gerard J. Chiche, DDS

POINT/COUNTERPOINT: Veneer vs. Crown

11:20 - 11:45 No Post, No Crown Adhesive Restorations

Pascal Magne, DMD, PhD

11:45 - 12:10 Full Coverage Restorations:

The State of the Art

Robert R. Winter, DDS

12:10 - 12:30 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 6 Clinicians

12:30 - 2:00 Lunch in Exhibit Hall

ifeD SESSION I

2:00 - 2:20 The Evolving World of Ceramics

Elizabeth M. Bakeman, DDS

2:20 - 2:40 Adhesive-based Esthetic Dentistry

Masashi Miyazaki, DDS, PhD

2:40 - 3:00 The Esthetic and Functional Rehabilitation of Worn

Dentition with All-Ceramics: A Team Approach

Daniel Edelhoff, CDT, DMD, PhD

3:00 - 3:30 Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

fine TUNING ESTHETICS

3:30 - 3:50 Orthodontic Finishing for Optimal

Interdisciplinary Results

Richard Roblee, DDS, MS

3:50 - 4:10 Surgical Papilla Regeneration: Fact or Fiction?

Thomas J. Han, DDS, MS

4:10 - 4:30 Impact of Implantology on Dental Education

Joerg R. Strub, DMD, PhD

4:30 - 4:50 Lip Service: Perioral Dentistry

Louis E. Costa II, DMD, MD

4:50 - 5:10 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 7 Clinicians

5:00 - 6:30 Opening Reception in Exhibit Hall

“IFED 2009 will change

the way we see, do and

think about Esthetic Dentistry.

And if we can do all that,

we can influence the world.”

Tuesday August 4, 2009

7:30 - 8:00 Continental Breakfast

resTORATIVE CONTROVERSIES

8:00 - 8:20 Implant Survival vs. Esthetic Success

Ricardo Mitrani, DDS, MSD

8:20 - 8:40 Ceramic Materials: Science vs. Commercial Claims

Kenneth A. Malament, DDS, MScD

8:40 - 9:00 Interdisciplinary Approach to Esthetic Dentistry

Galip Gurel, DDS

enDODONTIC CONTROVERSIES

9:00 - 9:20 Endodontic Controversies

Clifford J. Ruddle, DDS

9:20 - 9:40 Tooth Retention Through Endodontics or

Tooth Replacement Using Implants

Shane N. White, MS, MA, PhD

9:40 - 10:00 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 5 Clinicians

10:00 - 10:30 Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

sUCCESS & PREDICTABILITY

10:30 - 10:55 A Critical Appraisal of the Bonded Porcelain

Veneer Restoration

Mark J. Friedman, DDS

10:55 - 11:20 Predictable Esthetics on Teeth and Implants

Iñaki Gamborena, DMD, MSD

POINT/COUNTERPOINT:

Immediate Vs. Delayed

11:20 - 11:45 Counterpoint: Extraction & Immediate Implants

Dennis A. Shanelec, DDS

11:45 - 12:10 Immediate vs. Delayed Implants into Fresh

Extraction Sockets

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS

12:10 - 12:30 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 4 Clinicians

12:30 - 2:00 Lunch in Exhibit Hall

ifeD SESSION II

2:00 - 2:20 Predictable Outcomes in Esthetic Treatment:

Adopting a Minimal or Noninvasive Methodology

Dinos Kountouras, BDS, MSD, PhD

2:20 - 2:40 Screw-Cement-Retained Prostheses in the

Esthetic Zone

Young-Ku Heo, DDS, MSD, PhD

2:40 - 3:00 Microscope Quality Control in Restorative

Esthetic Dentistry

Jose Roberto Moura, DDS, MS

3:00 - 3:30 Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

TEAMS

3:30 - 4:10 Age Appropriate Esthetics

Vincent O. Kokich Jr., DMD, MSD

Greggory A. Kinzer, DDS, MSD

4:10 - 4:50 Esthetically Generated 3-Dimentional Prosthetic

Reconstruction of Ridge Deformities in Fixed

Partial Implant Restorations: Design and

Therapeutic Considerations

David A. Garber, DMD, BDS

Maurice A. Salama, DMD

4:50 - 5:10 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 7 Clinicians

5:00 - 7:00 presidents’ reception

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— John D. West, DDS, MSD

2009 AAED President


Wednesday August 5, 2009

7:30 - 8:00 Continental Breakfast

imPLANT CONTROVERSIES

8:00 - 8:20 Osteogenic Procedures: Implementing Them into

Your Practice

Myron Nevins, DDS

8:20 - 8:40 Bone Graft Materials: Autogenous vs. Allografts

vs. Xenografts

Peter K. Moy, DMD

8:40 - 9:00 Guided vs. Conventional Implant Surgery:

A Restorative Perspective

Christopher B. Marchack, DDS

resTORATIVE CONTROVERSIES

9:00 - 9:20 The Demands of Achieving Beauty in

Rehabilitative Dentistry

Jacinthe M. Paquette, DDS

9:20 - 9:40 Which is Better: CAD/CAM or Conventional

Laboratory Restorations?

Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

9:40 - 10:00 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 5 Clinicians

10:00 - 10:30 Refreshment Break in Exhibit Hall

anTERIOR ESTHETICS:

Teeth vs. Implants

10:30 - 10:55 Esthetic Challenges with All Ceramics on

Natural Dentition

Mauro Fradeani, MD, DDS

10:55 - 11:20 Anterior Esthetics with Implants

Eric Van Dooren, DDS

POINT/COUNTERPOINT:

Connective Tissue vs. AlloDerm

11:20 - 11:45 Treating Severe Vertical Ridge Defects and

Single Tooth 10 mm Recessions: Connective Tissue

or AlloDerm?

David P. Mathews, DDS

11:45 - 12:10 Soft Tissue Grafting with AlloDerm

Edward P. Allen, DDS, PhD

12:10 - 12:30 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 4 Clinicians

12:30 - 2:00 Lunch in Exhibit Hall

ifeD SESSION III

2:00 - 2:20 Restoring and Replacing Teeth in the

Esthetic Zone

Keng Mun Wong, BDS, MSD

2:20 - 2:40 The Esthetic Rehabilitation:

An Interdisciplinary Approach

Daniel Lee, DDS

2:40 - 3:00 Metal-Ceramics: A Standard on the Road

to Extinction?

Stefano Gracis, DMD, MSD

3:00 - 3:30 Refreshment Break

THE FUTURE OF DENTISTRY

3:30 - 3:50 Into the Future: Advances in Dental Technology

and Materials

Ernst Hegenbarth, MDT

3:50 - 4:10 Tissue Engineered Solutions for Esthetic Dilemmas

Michael K. McGuire, DDS

4:10 - 4:30 Growing a Tooth: It Takes a Village of Scientists

Malcolm L. Snead, DDS, PhD

4:30 - 4:50 20-Minute Question & Answer Session

Above 6 Clinicians

4:50 - 5:10 Recognitions, Closing Ceremony

Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD


Pre-Conference Workshop Information

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Pre-Con Workshops will take place on August 2 from 8:30am - 4:30pm.

Workshops are included in your registration fee.

1:00 - 2:30pm

Current Strategies in Shade Matching: Analysis,

Communication and Materials Selection Criteria for

Predictable Esthetic Outcomes

Steven Chu, DDS

Current shade matching strategies including analysis and color

communication utilizing instrumentation and new shade guide tabs and

digital camera systems will be presented and compared. In addition,

materials selection criteria and techniques for predictable color matching

especially in combination type cases, i.e. intra-arch full coverage with partial

coverage porcelain bonded restorations will be shown.

Clinical and materials research will be presented correlating strength and

translucency of zirconia-based single unit substructures and veneering ceramics

for alloy and all-ceramic restorations and its impact in esthetic outcomes.

This session presented by

1:00 - 2:30pm

Cutting Edge Esthetic Solutions for Implants and Teeth

Hans Geiselhöringer

This exciting workshop will showcase the clinical solutions for dental

treatment and long term esthetics. Course Learning Objectives:

Understand critical criterias for esthetic outcome on natural teeth and implants.

Explain design and placement of implants, selection of abutments, and

creation of NobelProcera ® restorations.

Discuss the clinical significance of stable hard and soft tissues.

Describe patient selection criteria and the benefits using Standard and

Individualized options both from a surgical and prosthetic perspective.

Understand Immediate Function… protocol to deliver a provisional

restoration.

Understand the science behind use of Nobel Biocare solutions.

This session presented by

1:00 - 2:30pm

New Options for Provisionalization and Restoration

Protection in Complex Treatment Sequences

Veeraraghavan V. Sundar, PhD, Manager, Professional Services and Clinical

Education, Dentsply Prosthetics

Michael DiPaulo, CDT, Technical Specialist, Dentsply Prosthetics

Esthetics and enhanced control over treatment sequences are two key

requisites for dental materials systems that offer viable clinical solutions,

especially in extended treatment sequences. Visible Light Cured

(VLC) materials have been used for a long time in dentistry for the control

they offer dental professionals over their curing time and properties. A

new family of monomer-free UDMA based materials has very interesting

applications in fixed and removable prosthodontics, as well as the potential

for lower sensitivity. In this lecture, you will learn about state-of-the-art

advances in VLC-based materials, indirect provisional restorations, as well as

a newly introduced impressionless nightguard system. Included will be a live

demonstration of these VLC systems will allow for some hands-on time as

well as illustrate best practices in VLC techniques.

This session presented by

3:00 - 4:30pm

stat Rehab!: Major Esthetic & Occlusal Changes in a

Single Appointment Using Composite

Corky Willhite, DDS

This course will change the way you treatment plan and restore many patients

by providing you with a practical system to confidently deal with bigger and

more complex cases that saves patients’ time and money, and conserves

tooth structure. This unique course teaches an extremely conservative

composite technique—transitional bonding—that will allow you to achieve

better results so that every case will be easier and more predictable to

successfully complete—even if you plan to finish the case in porcelain. You

will learn how to lengthen teeth to restore anterior guidance for improved

esthetics and function as well as when and how to open vertical dimension.

This session presented by

3:00 - 4:30pm

NobelProcera – Redefining Dental Esthetics

with Technology

Brian Volken

With the latest advances in CAD-CAM dentistry including the

NobelProcera optical scanner, clinicians and technicians are able to deliver

high end solutions in a variety of materials. This workshop will introduce the

wide range of options for treatment. Course Learning Objectives:

Understand Nobel Biocare’s dedication to support the modern dentist/

dental technician by providing a broader selection of materials and

innovative fabrication processes.

Explain the basic principles of the new optical scanner technology.

Understand the new restorative solutions from NobelProcera ® system,

from coloured zirconia abutments to sophisticated bar solutions for the

edentulous patient.

This session presented by

3:00 - 4:30pm

Exploring the Potential of Today’s All-Ceramics

Matt Roberts

For the past 20 years, adhesive dentistry and glass ceramic products like IPS

Empress have helped shape and revolutionize the opportunity of quality,

esthetic dentistry. With the introduction of new categories of materials like

lithium disilicate and pressed-over-zirconia ceramics, dental professionals

now have the “extra power” to broaden the application of pressed ceramics

without sacrificing the beauty we have come to expect. Join Matt Roberts

as he explores the potential of IPS Empress and IPS e.max. From implant

retained restorations to comprehensive smile designs, Mr. Roberts will

present a variety of case studies that are sure to capture your imagination

and appreciation for these versatile all-ceramic systems.

This session presented by

3:00 - 4:30pm

Understanding Cone Beam Computerized Tomograph

David Gane, DDS

Have you purchased a Cone Beam CT scanner or are you considering

purchasing one for your office? Don’t miss this course designed to help

you better understand CBCT and its impact on patient care. Dr. Gane will

discuss the clinical applications of CBCT with clinical cases and will

review a wide variety of current available CBCT technologies on the

market today. Course Learning Objectives:

Learn the basic technology and features behind CBCT.

Understand currently available CBCT technologies.

Understand the clinical applications of CBCT including implant planning.

View examples of different 3D visualizations and data reformatting

including segmentation and modeling.

Gain a better understanding of radiographic anatomy, how to interpret

the data set, and the dosimetry of current CBCT technologies.

This session presented by

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IFED Social Program

The IFED Planning Committee has a full slate of special events scheduled

throughout the week. In addition to offering continental breakfast, coffee

breaks and lunch on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, we invite you to

join us for the following evening functions:

Sunday, August 2

IFED Member Academy Events

Evening

Sunday evening has been reserved for IFED member organizations to host

their own events for members attending the IFED World Congress. The

national associations will contact their members with more information if

they have a scheduled function. This night provides the perfect opportunity

to network with your colleagues from home!

For information about hosting a member function, please contact Jennifer

Hopkins at jhopkins@thesentergroup.com

Monday, August 3

Opening Welcome Reception

5:00 - 6:30pm

Exhibit Hall – Grand Ballroom

Monday night’s reception, held in the Exhibit Hall, offers the opportunity

to reconnect with old friends and meet new colleagues before heading

out to the amazing Las Vegas dining scene. In addition to spending quality

time with our vendor supporters, the poster presentations will be available

for viewing.

Tuesday, August 4

Presidents’ Reception

5:00 - 7:00pm

Bellagio Ballroom

Join IFED President Dan Nathanson and AAED President John West on

Tuesday for an evening celebrating the successes and future of the two

organizations. With the beautiful Bellagio Ballroom as our backdrop,

the dramatic mix of Cirque du Soleil’s circus arts and street entertainment

are sure to entertain.

IFED Spouse/Companion Events

Registered spouse/companions are welcome to attend the Opening

Reception in the Exhibit Hall on Monday night and the President’s

Reception on Tuesday. In addition, spouse/companions are invited to a

special breakfast Monday through Wednesday from 8 - 10am. A personal

concierge will be available to answer questions about Las Vegas and assist

in making dinner or sightseeing reservations.

“There’s always something to do

in Las Vegas, and the Bellagio

is perfectly situated in the middle

of it all. You’re just a short walk from

the greatest shows and

shops in the world.”

— Ronald E. Goldstein, DDS

2009 IFED Local Arrangements Chair

Product & Services Exposition

The Exhibit Hall will be

open during the following times:

Monday, August 3, 2009 10:00am - 6:30pm

Tuesday, August 4, 2009 10:00am - 5:00pm

Wednesday, August 5, 2009 10:00am - 2:00pm

Exhibitor Listing (as of 2/1/09)

Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry

Accelerated Practice Concepts, Inc

American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry

Art4YourPractice

Aseptico

Astra Tech

Beverly Hills Dental Studio

BioClear Matrix System by Dr. David Clark

BioHorizons

Bisco Dental Products

Brasseler USA

Cadent itero

Center for Advanced Dental Education

CK Dental Industries

Colgate

Cosmedent, Inc

CRC Technologies, Inc.

Crescent Products, Inc

Cusp Dental Laboratory

Danville Materials/ Engineering

Dental USA, Inc

Designs For Vision, Inc.

Discus Dental

Envision a Smile Cosmetic Imaging Software

Fujiiryoki/ACIGI Relaxation

The Gideons International

Great Lakes Prosthodontics

Hereaus

High Q Dental

Hu-Friedy Mfg. Co, Inc.

IDEA - Interdisciplinary Dental Education Academy

InsidersCircle.com

Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.

Lester A. Dine, Inc.

Liquid Smile

Medco Instruments

MEISINGER USA

National Dental Network

Neoss

Osteohealth

PeriOptix, Inc.

PhotoMed International

PracticeWorks/ Kodak Dental Systems

Predictable Surgical Tech.

Premier Dental Products Co

Quintessence Publishing Co., Inc.

RGP Dental, Inc.

Rose Micro Solutions

Septodont

Sultan Healthcare

SurgiTel/General Scientific Corp

Tokuyama America Inc.

TrioDent Ltd.

Ultradent Products, Inc.

Valley Dental Arts

Velopex International, Inc.

Vident

Wiley-Blackwell

Zap Lasers

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Presentations

Monday, August 3, 2009

9:00 - 9:30am

Mastering the Art of Esthetic Dentistry:

A 30-Year Retrospective

Frank M. Spear, DDS, MS

In 1979 Ron Goldstein had just launched his seminal book, “Esthetics

in Dentistry”, but esthetics for most of dentistry was taught as part of

complete denture prosthodontics, and was an afterthought on teeth. The

focus of our profession was restorative longevity, where cast gold ruled the

roost. Occlusion, where the debate was heated over which philosophy was

right and which articulator to use (at least some things haven’t changed

in 30 years). Periodontics, where therapy meant reducing pockets via root

planing or surgery, which typically positioned tissues and opened gingival

embrasures. Surgical grafting meant using a free gingival graft to thicken

tissue but not coronally position it. Bleaching meant placing a rubber dam

and saturating a cotton pellet with superoxol, then applying a woodburning

tool to the cotton pellet to heat it one tooth on a time until the

patient felt the heat. Bonding meant using liquid phosphoric acid and dual

cure enamel bond to attach the two dual cured macro-filled composites of

the day: Adaptic by J & J, and Concise by 3M. And high tech was Nuvafill,

a composite cured by a UV light wand. Porcelain veneers were something

Charlie Pincus had used in the movies on Shirley Temple and attached with

denture adhesive. And implants meant blades or baskets, both with very

high failure rates. Since 1979 the strides we have made as a profession

is not to take a walk down memory lane, but to pick specific times and

techniques that can teach us much about what works and what doesn’t

today in 2009. In spite of all our progress we still today repeat certain

mistakes that history has told us to be aware of. Material will be presented

to highlight what it looks like today in multiple areas to Master the Art of

Esthetic Dentistry.

As the founder and director of the Spear Institute for Advanced

Dental Education, Dr. Spear continues to be recognized

as one of the premier educators in esthetic and restorative

dentistry in the world today. Dr. Spear is an Affiliate Professor

in the graduate prosthodontics program at the University of

Washington and maintains a private practice in Seattle, limited

to esthetics and fixed prosthodontics. In 2003, together, he and

Dr. Vince Kokich received the first ever President’s Award from

the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry for Excellence in

Dental Education.

Fine Dining at the Bellagio

Bellagio has seven restaurants for fine

dining including Picasso and Le Cirque,

both AAA Five-Diamond Award winning

restaurants—the only hotel in America to

have two restaurants with such high honors.

9:30 - 10:00am

Functional Occlusion: The Three P’s

John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

The creation of an esthetic implant restoration with gingival architecture

that harmonizes with the adjacent dentition is a formidable challenge.

The predictability of the peri-implant esthetic outcome may ultimately

be determined by the patient’s own presenting anatomy rather than the

clinician’s ability to manage state-of-the-art procedure. To more accurately

predict the per-implant esthetic outcome before removing a failing tooth,

five diagnostic keys are discussed: Relative Tooth Position, Form of the

Periodontium, Biotype of the Periodontium, Tooth Shape, and Position of

the Osseous Crest.

Dr. Kois maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics

in Tacoma and Seattle and is an Affiliate Professor in the

Graduate Restorative Program at the University of Washington.

He continues to lecture nationally and internationally, is

reviewer for the International Journal of Prosthodontics and

is a member of the Editorial Board for The Compendium of

Continuing Education in Dentistry. Dr. Kois is the recipient of

the 2002 Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence

in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning. He continues to work

with restorative dentists at the Kois Center, a didactic and

clinical teaching program.

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10:30 - 10:55am

Abfractions: Reality or Myth?

Harald O. Heymann, DDS, MEd

This presentation will provide a provocative and controversial look at

the area of non-carious cervical lesions concentrating on the concept of

abfractions. Studies have shown that teeth experience flexural deformation

during parafunction. This presentation will critically examine the effects

of tooth flexural biodynamics as well as other contributing co-variables in

the complex etiology of non-carious cervical lestions. Do abfractions really

exist? You decide.

10:55 - 11:20am

Longevity of Porcelain Veneers: Fact vs. Fiction

Gerard J. Chiche, DDS

This presentation will discuss fine points of porcelain veneers performance

and possible complication. Emphasis will be placed on the performance of

materials and selection of occlusal considerations.

Dr. Heymann is Professor and Graduate Program Director,

Department of Operative Dentistry at the UNC School of

Dentistry. He is Editor-in-chief of the Journal of Esthetic

and Restorative Dentistry, co-editor of The Art and Science

of Operative Dentistry, and Fellow and Past-President of

the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. The author of

over 180 scientific publications, Dr. Heymann also has given

over 1,000 lectures on various aspects of esthetic dentistry

worldwide. He has received the Gordon J. Christensen Award

for excellence as a CE speaker and is a guest lecturer at the LD

Pankey Institute.

Dr. Chiche is the Helmer Professor and Chairman of the

Prosthodontics Department at Louisiana State University

School of Dentistry. He has given numerous programs

nationally and internationally, and is a Past President of

the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Dr. Chiche is

(respectively with Alain Pinault and Hitoshi Aoshima) the author

of the textbooks “Esthetics of Anterior Fixed Restorations” and

“Smile Design – A Guide for Clinician, Ceramist and Patient,”

both published by Quintessence Publishing Company. He

serves as adjunct faculty at the Pankey Institute.


Presentations

Monday, August 3, 2009

11:20 - 11:45am

No Post, No Crown Adhesive Restorations

Pascal Magne, DMD, PhD

Traditional prosthodontic principles (stabilization and retention) do not

align with the biology (pulp survival), function and mechanics of natural

teeth. A “biomimetic approach” is proposed instead, in which all of the

prepared dental tissues are returned to full function through a hard tissue

bond, allowing functional stresses to pass through the tooth, drawing the

entire crown into the final functional, biologic and esthetic result. This is

in sharp contrast to the PFM or PFC technique, in which the stiff metal/

ceramic coping makes the underlying tooth structure hypofunctional. New

biomimetic principles will ultimately result in the abandon of intraradicular

posts or full coverage crowns, resulting in considerable improvements,

comprising both the medical-biological aspect and the socio-economical

context (i.e. decrease of costs when compared to traditional and more

invasive prosthetic treatments).

Dr. Magne is an Associate Professor with Tenure and the Don

and Sybil Harrington Foundation Chair of Esthetic Dentistry

in the Division of Primary Oral Health Care, University of

Southern California, School of Dentistry in Los Angeles. Dr.

Magne is a recipient of multiple awards from the Swiss Science

Foundation, the Swiss Foundation for Medical-Biological

Grants, and the International Association for Dental Research.

Dr. Magne authored the book “Bonded Porcelain Restorations

in the Anterior Dentition – A Biomimetic Approach” which is

considered one of the most outstanding books in the field of

adhesive and esthetic dentistry.

11:45am - 12:10pm

Full Coverage Restorations: The State of the Art

Robert R. Winter, DDS

The trend in dentistry is for minimally invasive restorative procedures.

Certainly this is the optimal choice, especially if it is the initial restorative

procedure performed. There continues to be a need for more extensive

restorative coverage if the tooth is structurally or esthetically compromised.

The state of the art in full-coverage restorations will be contrasted, versus

the partial coverage alternatives.

2:00 - 2:20pm

The Evolving World of Ceramics

Elizabeth M. Bakeman, DDS

When restoring a tooth, there is always a balance struck between the risk

and prognosis of the tooth and the risk/prognosis for the restoration. When

material selection mandates greater tooth reduction for optimal strength

or ease of fabrication – the risk of failure of the restoration is decreased

at the expense of an increased risk for biomechanical compromise of the

tooth. As the biomechanical requirements of esthetic restorations further

align to respect the biomechanical requirements of the teeth, the greater

are the opportunities for restorative long-term success.

Dr. Winter maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics

in Newport Beach, California, and is a member of the graduate

prosthodontics faculty at the University of Washington and

the University of Southern California, and is on faculty at Case

Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine. He has

published numerous articles and sits on the advisory boards

for the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry, The

International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry,

and Advanced Esthetics and Interdisciplinary Dentistry. In 1991,

he was the second recipient of the Gordon Christensen Lecturer

Recognition Award for Excellence in Restorative Education.

Dr. Betsy Bakeman is a Clinical Instructor for the Kois Center.

She is an Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of

Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD). She is the immediate past

Chairman of Accreditation and currently serves as Chairman

of the American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry for the AACD.

In addition, Dr. Bakeman serves as an examiner for the

AACD. She also serves on several editorial boards. Dr.

Bakeman maintains a full-time private practice in Grand

Rapids, Michigan.

2:20 - 2:40pm

Adhesive-based Esthetic Dentistry

Masashi Miyazaki, DDS, PhD

This presentation will provide participants with insight into the

technologies and clinical effectiveness of adhesives. Clinical tips regarding

the handling of adhesives and resin composites will be covered with

many clinical cases and movies. The integration of these concepts and

procedures in direct resin composite filling will also be presented.

Prof. Miyazaki graduated from Nihon University School of

Dentistry in 1987. He also received a PhD degree in Clinical

Sciences from Nihon University Graduate School of Dentistry

in 1991. He currently is the director and chairperson of

Department of Operative Dentistry at the Nihon University

School of Dentistry.

“IFED aims to contribute to the progress

of worldwide esthetic and oral health,

and the best way to achieve that is by gathering

the world’s best and brightest in one place.”

— Baldwin W. Marchack, DDS, MBA

2009 IFED Scientific Program Chair

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Presentations

Monday, August 3, 2009

2:40 - 3:00pm

The Esthetic and Functional Rehabilitation of Worn

Dentition with All-Ceramics: A Team Approach

Daniel Edelhoff, CDT, DMD, PhD

Severe tooth wear is perceived as an ever increasing problem, especially

in young patients. Dentists have to manage the question when to start

an adequate treatment modality. The lecture will present an all-ceramic

restorative approach following a strict protocol in team communication to

economize tooth structure removal according to material requirements.

3:30 - 3:50pm

Orthodontic Finishing for Optimal

interdisciplinary results

Richard D. Roblee, DDS, MS

The goal of orthodontic finishing is to position an uncompromised

dentition for optimal esthetics, function and long-term health. Patients

with compromised teeth or supporting structures require the orthodontist

to also facilitate the other team members’ therapies. This presentation will

focus on the orthodontist’s increasing role in facilitating the interdisciplinary

team to finish with optimum overall results.

3:50 - 4:10pm

Surgical Papilla Regeneration: Fact or Fiction?

Thomas J. Han, DDS, MS

Black triangle due to lost interdental papilla poses one of the biggest

esthetic challenge for both conventional and implant dentistry. Up to

now, surgical reconstruction of the lost papilla on a predictable basis has

been elusive. This presentation describes important key components for

predictable surgical reconstruction of lost interdental papilla.

4:10 - 4:30pm

Impact of Implantology on Dental Education

Joerg R. Strub, DMD, PhD

Incorporation of implant technology to all disciplines of dentistry has been

exciting and effective. Recent advances using computer-generated models

and surgically controlled implant placement have improved loading

timetables and patient convenience. In this presentation the integration of

implantology in undergraduate education will be presented.

Daniel Edelhoff is a tenured Associate Professor at the

Department of Prosthodontics and Dental Material Sciences

at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. He is a

board certified specialist in Prosthodontics and a member

of the advisory board of the German Society of Dental

Prosthetics and Material Sciences (DGZPW) and of the

managing committee of the German Association of Oral

Implantology (DGI).

Dr. Roblee practiced general restorative dentistry in Dallas,

Texas before going back to study graduate orthodontics at

Baylor College of Dentistry. He is renowned for his work in

esthetic dentistry, orthodontic techniques and interdisciplinary

therapy. He has given more than 150 professional presentations

worldwide, and is the author of numerous publications and

videotapes, including a textbook entitled “Interdisciplinary

Dentofacial Therapy: A Comprehensive Approach to Optimal

Patient Care.” He is an associate clinical professor at Baylor

College of Dentistry in both the restorative department and the

orthodontic department.

Dr. Han is an Adjunct Professor of the UCLA Department of

Periodontics. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of

Periodontology, the American Board of Oral Implantology/

Implant Dentistry, and the International Congress of Oral

Implantology. He is a fellow of the American College of

Dentists, and a member of the American Academy of Esthetic

Dentistry. He has lectured widely both in the United States and

abroad on the topic of esthetics in implant dentistry.

Dr. Strub received his DMD and PhD degrees from the

University of Zurich, Switzerland in 1975/1985 and the Dr. h.c.

from the National and Kapodistrian University, Athens, Greece

in 2008. Since 1988 he has been Professor and Chair of the

Department of Prosthodontics at the Albert-Ludwigs University

in Freiburg, Germany.

4:30 - 4:50pm

Lip Service: Perioral Dentistry

Louis E. Costa II, DMD, MD

The optimal esthetic smile must include consideration and treatment of

the perioral anatomy. Recent technological and pharmaceutical advances

afford new armamentarium to safely and predictably treat the circumoral

structures. The dentist should be familiar with these techniques and in

some instances is the best prepared professional to perform them.

Dr. Costa is a clinical professor of oral and maxillofacial

surgery at the Medical University of Alabama and a clinical

instructor in oral surgery, otolaryngology, and plastic surgery

at the Medical University of South Carolina. Uniquely

trained as an aesthetic dentist, oral surgeon and cosmetic

surgeon, his popular lectureship addresses the imperative for

interdisplinary treatment planning for contemporary dental

patients. In private practice, he is the Director and Chief

Surgeon of the Southeastern Facial Plastic/Cosmetic Surgery

Center. Dr. Costa is currently the senior member of the South

Carolina Board of Medicine.

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Presentations

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

8:00 - 8:20am

Implant Survival vs. Esthetic Success

Ricardo Mitrani, DDS, MSD

Esthetics is a fundamental parameter when evaluating the success of an

implant supported restoration. In order to obtain an esthetic result, optimal

three-dimensional placement as well as adequate soft tissue integration

and harmony are essential elements. When we encounter a “less than

ideal situation” whether due to incorrect placement or inadequate soft

tissue, decisions need to be made regarding treatment. These often range

from the extraction of the implant, soft tissue grafting or overcoming

the problem restoratively. This presentation will take a close look at such

decision process, emphasizing the importance of treatment planning and

interdisciplinary communication.

Dr. Mitrani currently holds academic affiliations at the

University of Washington, University of Valencia (Spain) and

UNAM (National University of Mexico). He also serves as

a member on the editorial board of Practical Procedures

and Aesthetic Dentistry in the Implantology section, as well

as the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry. Dr.

Mitrani has authored numerous scientific publications and

chapters in textbooks in the fields of Implant Prosthodontics

and Aesthetic Dentistry, and has lectured extensively

internationally, maintaining a private practice limited to

Prosthodontics & Implants in Mexico City.

8:20 - 8:40am

Ceramic Materials: Science vs. Commercial Claims

Kenneth A. Malament, DDS, MScD

Ceramics are the most consistently predictable esthetic dental material.

Despite substantial improvements in material strength and toughness, allceramic

crowns still may fail, particularly on molar teeth. Ultimately crown

performance is a complex set of interactions between crown material and

geometry, the characteristics of the support structure of the cement and

crown, and the clinical loading history.

Dr. Malament graduated from NYU College of Dentistry

and Boston University School of Graduate Dentistry. He is

the President of the American Board of Prosthodontics and

practices prosthodontics in Boston where he is a Clinical

Professor at Tufts University. Dr. Malament is a Fellow of

the American College of Prosthodontists, Academy of

Prosthodontics, and a member of the American Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry.

8:40 - 9:00am

Interdisciplinary Approach to Esthetic Dentistry

Galip Gurel, DDS

The key to esthetic excellence requires patient communication as well

as the communication with the laboratory and the specialists from the

beginning of the case until the end. Every effort should be spent to bring

the teeth to their natural position on the dental arch, creating enough

space for the restoration to be received. After that stage, in order to

achieve a very precise and predictable tooth preparation, wax-up, silicon

indexes and related techniques such as APR (Esthetic Pre Recontouring),

APT (Esthetic Pre-evaluative Temporaries) and preparation through the

APTs are crucial. This eliminates all the possible mistakes and destruction

of the depth cutters that could have been done if the tooth was to be

prepared without realizing the aging affects on the enamel (volumetric

enamel loss) or their inappropriate teeth positions on the dental arch.

Dr. Gurel is the founder and the honorary president of the

Turkish Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry. He is an honorary

diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry as

well as an active member and Vice President of the European

Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. He is also editor-in-chief of

Quintessence Magazine in Turkey and on the editorial board

of the AACD journal Practical Procedure & Aesthetic Dentistry,

EJED and Spectrum. He is the author of “The Science and

Art of Porcelain Laminate Veneers.” He has been practicing

in his own clinic in Istanbul, specializing in Esthetic Dentistry,

since 1984.

9:00 - 9:20am

Endodontic Controversies

Clifford J. Ruddle, DDS

There are controversies regarding virtually every procedural step that

comprises start-to-finish endodontics. These controversies sabotage

endodontic prognosis, influence treatment planning, and limit treatment

choices offered patients. This presentation will emphasize the endodontic

concepts, strategies, and techniques that are available to predictably guide

each case to successful completion.

Dr. Clifford Ruddle is Founder and Director of Advanced

Endodontics in Santa Barbara and Director of Endodontics at

the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry. Additionally, he maintains

teaching positions at various dental schools. He is best known

for providing superb education through his lectures and DVDs.

9:20 - 9:40am

Tooth Retention Through Endodontics or Tooth

Replacement Using Implants

Shane N. White, MS, MA, PhD

This presentation will discuss the factors that determine whether root canal

treatment should be performed to retain a mutilated tooth or whether the

tooth should be extracted and replaced using a dental implant or a fixed

partial denture. A hierarchy of decision making will be presented based on

the best available scientific evidence and clinical practice experience.

Dr. White is Professor at the UCLA School of Dentistry, where

he has served as Chairman of the Section of Endodontics

and is a member of the Executive Board of the UCLA Faculty

Senate. He is also a faculty member of the UCLA Center for

Esthetic Dentistry and of the Center for Craniofacial and

Molecular Biology at USC. Dr. White has won several major

research awards and has held grants from the National

Institutes of Health. He has authored over 80

research papers and has given several

hundred invited scholarly presentations.

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Presentations

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

10:30 - 10:55am

A Critical Appraisal of the Bonded Porcelain

Veneer Restoration

Mark J. Friedman, DDS

The evolution of bonded porcelain veneers has had significant impact on

the dental profession. There are inherent benefits such as the Contact Lens

Effect, but indications, contraindications and tooth preparation designs

all represent topics of controversy. A critical appraisal of these issues will

be presented.

10:55 - 11:20am

Predictable Esthetics on Teeth and Implants

Inaki Gamborena, DMD, MSD

Planning for esthetic predictability and success in implant and tooth

treatment represents a great challenge for the dental team. The esthetic

outcome and natural appearance of the implant and tooth-supported

restoration depends ultimately on the execution and understanding of the

laboratory technician participating in the different treatment phases. The

presentation focuses on the different clinical criteria and current prosthetic

techniques for maximizing optimal esthetics in conjunction with the role

of the provisional restoration – a critical element for achieving gingival

integration and esthetic success.

11:20 - 11:45am

CounterPoint: Extraction & Immediate Implants

Dennis A. Shanelec, DDS

The standard of care for missing teeth is dental implants. Can immediate

implants provide a solution for patients losing a maxillary incisor? This

presentation comprises a case series of 288 implants in extraction sites

with immediate provisionals. It will validate the microsurgical paradigm for

failing teeth in the esthetic zone.

Dr. Friedman is a graduate of the University of Southern

California School of Dentistry and served on the part-time

faculty for over 30 years. He has published and presented

extensively and is a past President of the American Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry. He maintains a private practice with his son

in Encino, California.

Since 2001, Dr. Gamborena has been an affiliate professor in

the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of

Washington Dental School, Seattle. Since 2007, he has been

a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Preventive

and Restorative Sciences, at the University of Pennsylvania

School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia. Dr. Gamborena

is an active member of the European Academy of Esthetic

Dentistry since 2002. He maintains a private practice in San

Sebastian, Spain, dedicated to Esthetics, Restorative Dentistry

and Implants.

Dr. Shanelec trained in Periodontics at USC. He has pioneered

periodontal and dental implant microsurgery. He is founder

of the sub-specialty of oral microsurgery and the first dentist

member of the Society of Microsurgical Specialists. He directs

the Microsurgical Training Institute and maintains a private

practice in Santa Barbara.

11:45am - 12:10pm

Immediate vs. Delayed Implants into Fresh

Extraction Sockets

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS

Immediate placements of implants into extraction sockets is an exciting

treatment alternative for our patients. However, there are many potential

short and particularly long term risks which the practitioner must be fully

aware of. This presentation will focus on the potential problems and

benefits both clinically and biologically when the choice of immediate

socket placement is made.

2:00 - 2:20pm

Predictable Outcomes in Esthetic Treatment: Adopting

a Minimal or Noninvasive Methodology

Dinos Kountouras, BDS, MSD, PhD

Modern esthetic dental treatment should be characterized by the adoption

of a minimal invasive methodology. Nevertheless, only when we combine

this methodology to a smile design philosophy that is in harmony with the

patient’s character and overall expressions, can we reach predictably the

highest esthetic level in our dental treatments.

Dr. Tarnow is presently Professor and Chairman of the

Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry at New

York University College of Dentistry. Dr. Tarnow has a certificate

in Periodontics and Prosthodontics and is a Diplomat of the

American Board of Periodontology. He has a private practice in

New York City. Dr. Tarnow has published numerous articles on

perio-prosthodontics and implant dentistry and has lectured

extensively both in the United States and abroad.

Dr. Kountouras received his MSc and PhD in Biomaterials from

the Eastman Dental Institute, London, UK and his Fellowship in

Implantology from the NYU department of Implant Dentistry.

He practices in his private office in Thessaloniki, Greece.

He is the founding president of the Hellenic Academy of

Aesthetic Dentistry.

2:20 - 2:40pm

Screw-Cement-Retained Prosthesis in the Esthetic Zone

Young-Ku Heo, DDS, MSD, PhD

In the esthetic zone, subgingival crown margins are required if it is a

cement-retained prosthesis. However, it is difficult to remove subgingival

excess cement and it may cause peri-implantitis. A Screw-Cement-Retained

Prosthesis (SCRP) can be an alternative to get an excellent esthetic result

as well as to remove any remaining subgingival excess cement extraorally.

The SCRP is not only retained by a permanent cement but also retrieved by

unscrewing through the screw holes. In this lecture, the basic structure and

fabrication methods of the SCRP and various clinical cases will be discussed.

Dr. Young-Ku Heo completed his advanced graduate study

in prosthodontics and received his degree of Master of

Science in dentistry in 1997 at the Boston University School

of Dental Medicine. He had worked as a full-time professor

at the Catholic University, Medical School, Department of

Dentistry, Seoul, Korea and received his PhD degree in medical

science/dentistry from the school in 2004. He has lectured

intensively on implant dentistry nationally and internationally.

He maintains a private practice limited to prosthodontics and

implantology and esthetic dentistry in Seoul.

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Presentations

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

2:40 - 3:00pm

Microscope Quality Control in Restorative

Esthetic Dentistry

Jose Roberto Moura, DDS, MS

Dentistry has become more critical with the development of new

esthetic materials and techniques. We intend to show the importance of

performing esthetic restorations under the operative microscope in a way

that is ergonomically comfortable for the dentist, less time consuming than

with no magnification and achieving the most satisfying, long lasting results

for the patient.

Dr. Moura has a specialty degree in Restorative Dentistry as

well as Master of Science Degree in Prosthodontics. He was the

President of the Brazilian Society of Aesthetic Dentistry from

1999-2000 and 2002-2003, and is currently the Vice-President of

the International Federation of Esthetic Dentistry (IFED).

3:30 - 4:10pm

Age Appropriate Esthetics

Vincent O. Kokich Jr., DMD, MSD & Greggory A. Kinzer, DDS, MSD

In today’s world of “extreme makeovers”, more and more adults are

seeking dental treatment to soften the effects of aging by creating a

more youthful smile. In their quest to achieve certain idealistic esthetic

objectives, is it reasonable to create the “30-something” smile for every

patient? Or should we be trying to achieve an esthetic outcome that is

more age appropriate?

Doctors Kinzer and Kokich will use an interdisciplinary treatment

approach to identify specific parameters that can be utilized to create age

appropriate esthetics.

”This once-in-a-lifetime

event embodies everything that

makes IFED exceptional—international,

interdisciplinary, innovative.”

— Vincent G. Kokich, DDS, MSD

2009 IFED General Chair

Dr. Kokich teaches part time as an Affiliate Assistant Professor

in the University of Washington Department of Orthodontics,

and maintains a private orthodontic practice in Tacoma,

Washington. He has received the Charles L. Pincus Research

Award for Clinical Research from the American Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry and is currently on the editorial advisory

board for Advanced Esthetics & Interdisciplinary Dentistry. He

is a diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontists and

a member of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry.

Dr. Kokich Jr. has lectured nationally and internationally on

interdisciplinary dentistry and dental esthetics.

Dr. Kinzer received his DDS degree from the University

of Washington in 1995 and a MSD and certificate in

Prosthodontics in 1998. Dr. Kinzer serves as an Affiliate

Assistant Professor in the Graduate Prosthodontic program

at the University of Washington School of Dentistry. He

also serves as a faculty member at the Spear Institute for

Advanced Dental Education. In addition to his teaching

responsibilities, Dr. Kinzer serves on the editorial review board

for Quintessence International and Advanced Esthetics and

Interdisciplinary Dentistry. He maintains a private practice in

Seattle, Washington limited to comprehensive restorative and

esthetic dentistry.

4:10 - 4:50pm

The Esthetic and Functional Rehabilitation of Worn

Dentition with All-Ceramics: A Team Approach

David A. Garber, DMD, BDS & Maurice A. Salama, DMD

Esthetically Generated 3-Dimentional Prosthetic Reconstruction of

Ridge Deformities in Fixed Partial Implant Restorations: Design and

Therapeutic Considerations

Esthetically replacing missing teeth in areas of significant anterior ridge

deformities has been a vexing challenge facing clinicians for decades.

Heightened esthetic expectations and the addition of implant therapy has

only increased the challenge. It is, therefore, necessary for clinicians to fully

understand all the available options as well as where, when, and how to

best utilize them.

Dr. Garber is one of the internationally recognized

multidisciplinary educators renown as “Team Atlanta.” He is a

past president of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry

and has served on the boards of both the AAED and the

American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics. Dr. Garber is

dual trained clinician and professor at the Medical College

of Georgia, as well as a clinical professor at Louisiana State

University and the University of Texas in San Antonio. He is past

editor of the Journal of Esthetic Dentistry, and has published in

excess of 60 articles and textbooks chapters.

Dr. Salama is on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania

and the Medical College of Georgia as Clinical Assistant

Professor of Periodontics, and is visiting Professor of

Periodontics at Nova Southeastern University in Florida. He

completed an ADA accredited hospital based General Practice

Residency at Maimonides Medical Center in New York City,

then broadened his clinical horizons through externships at

Hadassah Hospital, Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Beth

Israel Hospital in New York City. His very unique background

includes specialized training in Orthodontics, Periodontal

Surgery, and Implant Dentistry.

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Presentations

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

8:00 - 8:20am

Osteogenic Procedures: Implementing

Them into Your Practice

Myron Nevins, DDS

This program will focus on bone regeneration for implant site development

and periodontal regeneration and the introduction of signaling devices

(growth factors) to empower our results. We need to evaluate our base

of information objectively when applying osteoconductive materials,

or their combination, to achieve the optimal results from regenerative

treatment regimes.

8:20 - 8:40am

Bone Graft Materials: Autogenous vs. Allografts

vs. Xenografts

Peter K. Moy, DMD

There are numerous articles published in refereed journals supporting the

use of certain donor materials for grafting procedures. Not surprisingly,

these articles contradict one another when it comes to promoting various

donor materials as the ideal graft material. This presentation will attempt

to bring order to this highly controversial topic: “Which material is the best

for bone grafting?” The main area of focus will not be which graft material

is best but which material provides the best results for a particular grafting

procedure. The focus should be on the specific grafting technique and

how to select the appropriate material to achieve the best outcome for the

graft technique and long-term success for dental implants. A review of the

literature will substantiate the recommendations made by this presenter. A

critical analysis of each category of the various materials will be provided.

Recommendations will be made as to the appropriate use of the three

categories of graft material.

Dr. Nevins is the editor of the International Journal of

Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry and Associate Clinical

Professor of Periodontology at the Harvard School of Dental

Medicine. He is a past President of the American Academy

of Periodontology where his contributions have been

recognized with the Gold Medal and The Master Clinician

Awards. He is a Professor of Periodontics at the University of

Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, a Clinical Professor

at the Temple University School of Dentistry and Adjunct

Professor at the University of North Carolina. He maintains a

private practice limited to Periodontics and Implantology in

Swampscott, Massachusetts.

Dr. Moy limits his practice to Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery,

focusing on surgical aspects of Implant Dentistry and

reconstruction of the severely atrophic alveolar ridge. A

Professor in the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

at UCLA, he is also Director of Implant Dentistry, as well as

the Straumann Surgical Dental Center and Nobel Biocare

Surgical Fellow Program. He is current Vice President of the

Academy of Osseointegration and an associate editor for

the International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants.

Dr. Moy maintains his private practice in West Coast Oral &

Maxillofacial Surgery Center in Brentwood, California.

8:40 - 9:00am

Guided vs. Conventional Implant Surgery:

A Restorative Perspective

Christopher B. Marchack, DDS

To achieve an ideal prosthetic result with dental implants, it takes proper

treatment planning. The use of surgical templates helps ensure the

correct implant position. Traditional implant placement with conventional

surgical templates is restorative driven, although it does not account for

anatomical factors that will make it impossible to place the implant. CAD/

CAM surgical templates or guided templates through the use of surgical

planning software allows for a restorative driven implant placement along

with a three dimensional view of the patient’s anatomy. This presentation

will make a comparison of conventional and guided surgeries from a

restorative perspective.

Dr. Marchack is a graduate of the University of the Pacific,

School of Dentistry and received his prosthodontic certificate

from the University of Southern California. He is the 2007

recipient of the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Judson

Hickey Scientific Writing Award for dental technique. Dr.

Marchack is on the editorial review board of the Journal

of Prosthetic Dentistry, Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial

Implants and Quintessence International. He has lectured

nationally and internationally. Currently, he has a full time

practice in Pasadena, and is an Associate Clinical Professor

at the University of Southern California in the department of

Continuing Education.

9:00 - 9:20am

The Demands of Achieving Beauty in

Rehabilitative Dentistry

Jacinthe M. Paquette, DDS

Beauty is easy to recognize but difficult to define. In esthetic rehabilitative

dentistry, this more subjective component to patient care can be

challenging. The desires of the esthetically motivated patient are

more elusive to grasp, requiring expertise in the management of the

psychological undertones that can often be associated with this type of

care. Treating these patients is often time consuming and costly, leaving

the clinician to feel there is no end in sight to meet a particular patient’s

desires. This presentation will highlight some of the challenges uniquely

associated with esthetic rehabilitative dentistry and will provide specific

clues and guidelines that help create a successful treatment outcome.

Recognized internationally as a leader and educator in

Esthetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics, and Implant Dentistry, Dr.

Paquette maintains a full-time private prosthodontic practice

in Newport Beach, California. She serves on numerous

editorial boards, advisory boards, and peer-reviewed

journals. Dr. Paquette also serves as Co-Executive Director

of the Newport Coast Oral Facial Institute, a non-profit

international teaching facility. Dr. Paquette has authored over

40 research and clinical articles on her areas of expertise and

co-authored several textbook chapters. Dr. Paquette serves

at the University of Southern California as Associate Clinical

Professor in the School of Dentistry.

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Presentations

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

9:20 - 9:40am

Which is Better: CAD/CAM or Conventional

Laboratory Restorations?

Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturer (CAD/CAM)

of dental restorations is rapidly becoming state-of-the-art. In-office CAD/

CAM can produce restorations that fit well, have esthetic characteristics

comparable to laboratory restorations, and have physical characteristics

as good as or better than lab made restorations. Laboratory CAD/CAM is

competing well with commercial PFM and many dentists are using zirconia

based restorations instead of PFM. This presentation compares the two

concepts and makes predictions for the future.

10:30 - 10:55am

Esthetic Challenges with all Ceramics on

Natural Dentition

Mauro Fradeani, MD, DDS

An accurate esthetic and functional analysis should be performed

before establishing the ideal treatment plan for a proper execution of all

prosthetic steps. Designing anterior restorations with optimum esthetics

requires also the evaluation of a suitable ceramic material and skillful

application and techniques. The use of metal-free ceramic materials allows

achieving excellent esthetic results in the anterior area for crowns and

veneers fabrication. Material selection with dental ceramist is fundamental

in management of complex rehabilitation cases on natural dentition and

on implants. Several clinical follow-up of glass ceramic and alumina and

zirconia systems indicate the adequacy of these materials for anterior and

posterior restorations. Clinical and technical suggestions for obtaining

esthetic and durable results will be supplied.

Dr. Christensen is Founder and Director of Practical Clinical

Courses in Utah, and Senior Academic Advisor of the

Scottsdale Center for Dentistry in Arizona—both groups are

international continuing education organizations for all dental

professionals. Gordon is a practicing prosthodontist in Provo,

Utah. Dr. Christensen has presented over 45,000 hours of

continuing education throughout the world and has published

many articles and books. Gordon and Dr. Rella Christensen are

co-founders of the non-profit Gordon J. Christensen Clinicians

Report (previously CRA), where they publish research in all

areas of dentistry in its well-known newsletter.

Dr. Fradeani is Past President of both European Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry and Accademia Italiana di Odontoiatria

Protesica, as well as Visiting Associate Professor in Prosthetics

at Louisiana State University in New Orleans. He is Associate

Editor of The European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry, member

of the editorial board of Practical Periodontics & Aesthetic

Dentistry and of the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative

Dentistry. He authored the book “Esthethic Rehabilitation in

Fixed Prosthodontics” Vol. 1 – Esthetic Analysis. Dr. Fradeani

runs a private practice limited solely to prosthetics on natural

dentition and on implants in Pesaro and Milano (Italy).

10:55 - 11:20am

Anterior Esthetics with Implants

Eric Van Dooren, DDS

During recent years, planning and surgical-prosthetic modalities in implant

treatment have certainly changed. Changes in implant geometry, abutment

design, and implant abutment connections did certainly have an impact

on our surgical protocol. The use of Cad/Cam and the use of all-ceramic

materials also had an impact on prosthetic implant treatment. This lecture

will focus on both aspects by highlighting the combination of minimally

invasive surgery and all-ceramic Cad/Cam technology.

11:20 - 11:45am

Treating Severe Vertical Ridge Defects and Single Tooth

10 mm Recessions: Connective Tissue or AlloDerm?

David P. Mathews DDS

Connective tissue and Alloderm have been used extensively to treat

gingival recession, and both have been shown to be effective in achieving

root coverage. Severe, vertical ridge defects and isolated single teeth

with advanced recession (9-10 mm) are two of the most challenging

conditions to treat with soft tissue. This presentation will demonstrate

how connective tissue can be used to successfully treat these seemingly

impossible conditions.

Dr. Van Dooren attended the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven,

Belgium, where he received his degree in dentistry in 1982.

After graduating he opened a private practice in Antwerp,

Belgium, which is limited to periodontics, fixed prosthodontics,

and implants. Currently Dr. Van Dooren is an active member of

the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. In addition, he is

a member of the editorial staff of Teamwork (Germany) and a

member of the Belgian Dental Society. Dr. Van Dooren lectures

nationally and internationally, mainly on esthetics, implants and

aesthetic periodontal surgery. He has published several articles

in international journals.

Dr. Mathews received his undergraduate and dental education

at UCLA and certificate in Periodontics from the University of

Washington. He has been in full time practice since 1974. He

is an Affiliate Associate Professor in the Graduate Periodontics

Dept. at the University of Washington. He is a member in

several organizations, including the Academy of Esthetic

Dentistry and the Northwest Network for Dental Excellence.

He writes and lectures on implants in the esthetic zone and

interdisciplinary dentistry. His hobby is baseball—his team has

won the National Hardball World Series for three consecutive

years (2005-2007).

Relax & Rejuvenate

For those looking to relax between sessions or

in the evening, Bellagio guests can enjoy five

swimming pools, the Spa & Salon Bellagio, a

world-class art gallery, and exquisite gardens.

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Presentations

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

11:45am - 12:10pm

Soft Tissue Grafting with AlloDerm

Edward P. Allen, DDS, PhD

Randomized controlled clinical trials have demonstrated that AlloDerm

is an efficacious alternative to palatal connective tissue for treatment of

gingival recession in terms of root coverage and increase in marginal

tissue thickness. Indications and limitations of AlloDerm grafting will be

presented and the proper use of the outcome parameter of “gain of

keratinized tissue” will be described.

2:00 - 2:20pm

Restoring and Replacing Teeth in the Esthetic Zone

Keng Mun Wong, BDS, MSD

The focus on esthetic outcome has intensified. With better knowledge

in esthetic treatment planning and smile analysis, we are in a better

position to address our patient’s esthetic concerns. However, if old or

conventional materials were used to treat these highly demanding patients,

we are still not able to satisfy them adequately. This lecture will focus

on the techniques and materials required to perform excellent indirect

restorations and esthetic implant restorations in everyday practice.

2:20 - 2:40pm

The Esthetic rehabilitation:

An interdisciplinary approach

Daniel Lee, DDS

A predictable esthetic final result in the anterior region is often largely

dependent upon a meticulous esthetic analysis and optimal treatment

plan. This presentation will discuss how we treat patients with an

interdisciplinary approach to create the optimal esthetic result in the

rehabilitation of the periodontally involved patient.

Dr. Allen is Past President of the American Academy of Esthetic

Dentistry, the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry

and the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation.

Currently, he is the Periodontal Section Editor for the Journal

of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry and serves on the

editorial boards of the Journal of Periodontology and the

International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

Dr. Allen is founder of the Center for Advanced Dental

Education in Dallas, an educational facility, where he teaches

surgical technique courses. He has published over 50 articles in

the area of esthetic surgical procedures.

An active speaker in the international dentistry lecture circuit,

Dr. Wong has also published articles in professional journals

and has conducted hands-on courses. In 2002, Dr. Wong was

honored as the best presenter at the Annual Meeting of the

American Academy of Implant Dentistry held at University City,

California. In recognition for his achievement in the field of

Aesthetic Dentistry, Dr. Wong was invited by the International

Federation of Esthetic Dentistry and European Academy of

Esthetic Dentistry in 2004 to speak at the prestigious scientific

meeting in Venice, Italy.

Dr. Lee graduated from the Taipei Medical University, school of

Dentistry in 1988. He is the President of the Taiwan Academy

of Esthetic Dentistry, and a member of the Japan Society of

Aesthetic Dentistry. He currently maintains a private practice in

Taipei, Taiwan.

2:40 - 3:00pm

Metal-Ceramics: A Standard on the Road to Extinction?

Stefano Gracis, DMD, MSD

Up to now, metal-ceramics has been considered the standard for

fabricating fixed prosthesis since it reconciles excellent mechanical and

physical properties with the ability to deliver good esthetics. The advent of

new metal free materials and systems attempts to challenge this standard.

This lecture will analyze the indications and requirements for a metalceramic

prosthesis vs. a zirconia device and it will address their relative

potential risks for failure.

Dr. Gracis received his DMD degree from the University

of Pennsylvania in 1986 and, in 1990, the certificate in

Prosthodontics and MSD at the University of Washington.

Presently, he maintains a private practice limited to

prosthodontics and restorative dentistry in Milan. He belongs

as an active member to the European Academy of Esthetic

Dentistry and the Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry, for

which he was the President in the 2007-08 term.

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3:30 - 3:50pm

Into the Future: Advances in Dental Technology

and Materials

Ernst A. Hegenbarth, MDT

The application of digital technology in dentistry has developed from

an inconvenient truth to reality. The focus is on patient’s communication,

digital treatment planning for surgical and prosthetic options, digital

impressions and the state of the art and limitations of current CAD/CAM

systems. New materials are aiming at optimizing biocompatibility and

longevity of dental restorations.

“One of the most

powerful meetings

anywhere in the world, with

40 top speakers across the

spectrum of esthetic dentistry.”

— Dan Nathanson, DMD, MSD

2009 IFED President

Laboratory focusing on functional and esthetic rehabilitations

with attached Teaching Institute for post graduate education

in Germany. He is an active member of the European

Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, an associate member of the

American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and the scientific

board of several dental journals. Dr. Hegenbarth is the

author of numerous publications on function and occlusion,

dental ceramics, esthetics, dental CAD/CAM-technology and

implantology. He has been lecturing extensively worldwide for

28 years.


3:50 - 4:10pm

Tissue Engineered Solutions for Esthetic Dilemmas

Michael K. McGuire, DDS

This program will explore new solutions employing live cell delivery

systems and growth factors to resolve esthetic dilemmas. Novel materials

and techniques to treat inadequate keratinized tissue, denuded root

surfaces and open interproximal spaces will be explored. Emphasis will be

placed on reducing morbidity, increasing predictability and creating a more

natural looking esthetic outcome.

Presentations

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Dr. McGuire is past president of the American Academy of

Periodontology. His research has received the American

Academy of Periodontology’s highest recognition for

excellence, receiving both the Robinson Regeneration Award

and the Clinical Research Award. Dr. McGuire is the recipient of

the Academy’s prestigious Master Clinician Award.

4:10 - 4:30pm

Growing a Tooth: It Takes a Village of Scientists

Malcolm L. Snead, DDS, PhD

Our vision is defined by five prioritized goals: 1. Regenerate functional

tooth structures and supporting tissues; 2. Develop intermediary devices

that are used for repair of diseased oral tissues; 3. Develop stem cell lines

from single teeth applicable to all regenerative medicine strategies; 4.

Grow polydisciplinary teams with renewable knowledge and techniques to

achieve these goals; 5. Translate this knowledge and technical capability

into devices that a) improve health, b) create educational opportunities,

c) create new research pathways, d) create new clinical applications and e)

generate jobs in technology-rich environments.

Dr. Snead received his DDS from Loyola University of Chicago,

the Chicago College of Dental Surgery, and his PhD in

pathology from the University of Chicago. He was trained

in Anatomic Pathology at the University of Chicago, and

in Oral Pathology at the Zoller Dental Clinic. Dr. Snead is

interested in several aspects of developmental biology and

the continuation between altered developmental pathways

and the development of several disease states, as well as cell

renewal and regeneration based on principals gleaned from

developmental pathways. Dr. Snead is funded by multiple RO1

investigator initiated grants through the National Institutes

of Health.

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General information

All pre–registrations must be received on or before July 26, 2009.

Registrations received on July 27 or later will be considered on–site

registrations and will be assessed a $200 surcharge.

Refunds, minus a $100 administrative fee, will be issued on written

cancellations received on or before July 6, 2009. Phone cancellations WILL

NOT be accepted. No refund requests will be offered after July 6, 2009.

Registration fees include admission to all evening events.

Please note that only registered attendees will be admitted to evening

functions. All children 18 and older must register under the Spouse/

Companion category. Also note that a spouse/companion badge does not

include admittance to the general session.

All registration and tour fees are quoted in US dollars.

Special Needs

If you have any special physical needs or requests, please note this on your

conference registration or email us at meetings@estheticacademy.org no

later than 30 days prior to the first day of the conference.

Hotel & housing Information

The Bellagio Resort

3600 Las Vegas Boulevard South

Las Vegas, Nevada USA 89109

Phone: 888/987–6667 or 702/693–7111

Web: www.bellagio.com

Make your reservations early, as housing is available on a first-come, firstserved

basis and room availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact

The Bellagio directly to make housing reservations. Mention IFED 2009

or AAED to receive special discounted room rates of $272 single/double

(Friday/Saturday) and $199 single/double (Sunday–Thursday), plus tax.

Reservations should be made no later than July 10, 2009. After this date, we

cannot guarantee availability of housing or the discounted group rate.

Las Vegas Info

Las Vegas continues to build upon its reputation as a vibrant showcase for

the extraordinary. This is the city that attracts more than 39.2 million visitors

a year by offering the grandest hotels, the biggest stars in entertainment,

the highest caliber of award-winning chefs and master sommeliers, and, of

course, the brightest lights. For more information about things to do in Las

Vegas, please visit www.visitlasvegas.com

Recommended Attire

All educational sessions will be business/resort casual – ties and sport

coats are discouraged. Meeting rooms tend to be cool, so please dress

accordingly during the day.

Speaker Conflict Statement

This educational forum will comply with appropriate disclosure policies

as set forth by the American Dental Association’s code of ethics and

professional standards. The 2009 IFED speakers will verbally disclose

any material, financial or other relationships that pose a potential

conflict of interest. Such disclosures may also be included in

written form within the on-site final program. Speakers will also

disclose any unapproved use of products or devices that they

will be discussing. Disclosure requirements are not intended

to imply any impropriety, but rather to inform the audience

that they exist.

Location/Flight Information/

Ground Transportation

If traveling by air, you will arrive at Las Vegas' McCarran International

Airport. Several shuttle-bus services operate from the airport, while taxis

are also readily available. For further information on transportation options

to the area, please visit www.visitlasvegas.com

The Las Vegas Airport is ranked among the 12 busiest airports in the world

based on the amount of passenger activity, serving over 40 air carriers.

With over 1,100 flights arriving and departing daily, McCarran International

Airport offers direct flights to US and international locations. For further

information please visit www.mccarran.com

If you are flying into Las Vegas, the most economical way to get to the hotel

is through the airport shuttle. The shuttles gather just outside the terminal

in the same area as the taxis. Shuttle service to the Strip or downtown costs

less than $10, and buses run 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more

information, or to schedule car service through the hotel, please contact

the Bellagio at 702/693–7111.


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