Dr. Sonia Leziy
This presentation will include discussion on the rationale for Digital Workflow in Implant Dentistry treatment approach, how I make it work in a time and cost-effective manner, including illustrations to emphasize the use of this workflow in small to full edentulous sites. I have a fairly large focus on immediate implant placement, but with peripheral discussion on delayed protocols and ridge preservation. I also discuss surgical treatment concepts including soft tissue management, grafting protocols and Peri-implant diseases (recognition and management).
Dr. Leziy completed her post-graduate degree in Periodontics at the University of British Columbia. She Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, a Fellow of the ICOI, and a member of the Canadian Academy of Periodontists, the American Academy of Periodontists and the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. She has chaired and moderated scientific programs for several organizations. She is an associate clinical professor at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Leziy maintains positions on several editorial boards. She is the implant editor for the journal Inside Dentistry (Aegis publishing). Dr. Leziy is a key-opinion clinician with Straumann and 3Shape. Among her articles published in numerous peer reviewed journals on implant esthetics and surgical protocols, she has also contributed 4 textbook chapters published by Quintessence Publishing (2008, 2011) and by Wiley Publishing (2018) and Quintessence Publishing (anticipated late 2022). Dr. Leziy has been involved in several clinical trials involving dental implant design advances. Her Elatus Dental Bio-architecture hands-on courses focus on soft tissue grafting advances (dermal ‘ARC’ protocol and guided implant surgery and restoration).
Dr. Leziy lectures internationally on the subject of implants, digital workflows and advanced esthetics/periodontal plastic surgery. She was a Lucy Hobbs Award Winner in 2012, and 2013 co-recipient of the Seattle Study Club Saul Schluger Award. She has been recognized among the top 100 clinicians in continuing education by Dentistry Today in 2007 to present.
She maintains a full time private practice on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.
This scientific session is sponsored by:
We are helping to facilitate the collection of old dental instruments for donation to U of A palaeontology students for use in their field work (the Paleo-Pik project). We will be accepting instrument donations at our event and appreciate any contributions big or small.
WANTED: All dental hand instruments: scalers, probes, chisels, pluggers, etc., that you no longer use or may have damaged/broken.
PURPOSE: Hand Instruments will be donated for excavation work and research at the Dino Lab, U of A. Royal Tyrrell Museum at Drumhellerand the Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Wembley, Alberta
ALSO: Instrument rolls for carrying instruments and small tools boxes can also be donated.
Please include your business card (optional) with your donation.