Dr. Scott Froum
As more practitioners become involved in the placement of dental implants the proportion of implant complications will dramatically increase. A recent paradigm shift in dentistry has been the incorporation of regeneration/repair of ailing dental implants. In addition, as 'saving implants vs saving teeth' are compared both clinically and financially, the literature shows a much higher degree of predictability and a lower financial burden when practitioners attempt to keep the existing dentition in the mouth through regenerative dental therapy. This lecture will focus on current and new biotechnology that can enhance regeneration around both teeth and dental implants. Objectives:
1. Learn prognosis classifications for dental implants and teeth
2. Implement hard and soft tissue grafting into your armamentarium for treating implant and tooth lesions
3. Establish a save vs. extract decision matrix for both teeth and implants
Dr. Scott H. Froum is a Board certified periodontist who received his BA from Amherst College in Amherst, MA. He received his DDS from the State University of New York Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine where he graduated with honors. He continued his dental training in the post graduate periodontal department at the State University of New York Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine and received his periodontal certificate. He currently is a clinical associate professor at SUNY Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine in the Department of Periodontics. He is chief editor of the Perio-Implant Advisory. He has lectured on the national and international level on implant therapy, bone and gum regeneration, and complications.
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.
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