Members: $125 | Non-Members: $150
Admission by ticket only. Attendance is limited. All Morning with the Masters presentations run concurrently.
PLEASE NOTE: Morning with the Masters presentations will NOT be Live-streamed or recorded for on-demand viewing.
7:00 – 8:30 am
From Plan to Scan to CAD/CAM – The Complete Digital Implant-supported Restoration
Michael Norton, BDS, FDS, RCS(Ed)
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) compare the interaction between digital technologies to deliver safe, predictable and esthetic implant restorations; 2) explain the value of the plan, the scan and CAD/CAM; and 3) determine the benefits of intra-oral scanners.
Sutured and Sent Home – What’s Next? Tools to Support Your Patient’s Journey and Optimize Therapy Outcomes
Reva Barewal, DDS, MS
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) define and discuss an enhanced recovery after surgery protocol; 2) explain the consequences of a soft diet on nutritional health and psychosocial well-being; 3) describe key nutrients necessary in the diet to optimize oral wound healing; and 4) provide their patients with an improved road map for at home surgical recovery.
Vertical 2: The Next Level
Istvan Urban, MD, DMD, PhD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) discuss the new results on vertical ridge augmentation; 2) describe detailed surgical options in guided bone regeneration; and 3) explain surgical options of soft tissue reconstructions after bone regeneration to reach ultimate esthetic results.
Peri-implant Tissue Defects: How to Choose the Most Appropriate Reconstruction Technique for Each Case
Luca Cordaro, MD, DDS, PhD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) diagnose and understand the clinical features of the different hard and soft tissue defects; 2) recognize the indications to the use of autogenous bone; and 3) explain when a soft tissue or a hard tissue augmentation is necessary.
Untangling the Myth of Peri-implantitis
Hom-Lay Wang, DDS, MSD, PhD
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) recognize predisposing and precipitating factors associated with peri-implant complications; 2) describe the link between peri-implant bone loss and restorative designs; and 3) discuss current surgical treatment modalities for the management of peri-implantitis.
Solve the Myth of Implant Occlusion: Diagnosis and Acquisition Techniques are Keys to Success
Amerian Sones, DMD, MS
Upon completion of this presentation, participants should be able to: 1) review the factors which influence occlusion and the impact of biomaterials; 2) discuss the strategies for insuring accurate record acquisition; 3) review the technique and value of the central bearing device/gothic arch tracing; and 4) recognize the desired occlusal goals for the single, partially, and fully edentulous patient.