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Spring 2014 Catalog

 

 

Restorative & Implant Dentistry

Surgical and Restorative
Excellence in Dentistry Symposium

The Rutgers School of Dental Medicine is proud to announce its first biennial Symposium on Surgical and Restorative Excellence to be held in the newly renovated Marriott Hotel at Newark Liberty International Airport.
This will be a one-of-a-kind meeting where experts from both specialties will share their wealth of knowledge. The Symposium will emphasize interdisciplinary approaches with the surgical specialists receiving current information on restorative developments while also exposing the restorative dentist to the latest surgical modalities. For the expert general practitioner who is looking to integrate both, this symposium will provide a comprehensive understanding of evidence-based philosophies that specialists use to achieve outstanding results in surgery and restorative dentistry. The most compelling topics will be discussed and debated by panels of these dental masters.
The world class presenters in this symposium have been chosen for their expertise. This symposium will address factors applicable to both natural teeth and implants. Restoring natural teeth with biometric principles and transferring this information to implants with precise surgical and restorative skills can only be accomplished through careful diagnosis and treatment planning. This symposium will showcase outstanding work performed using these established principles and cutting-edge techniques.
Featured Speakers and Topics
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 2014
EMIL CAPPETTA, DMD
The Role of Periodontal Therapy in the Restorative Treatment Plan.
MYRON NEVINS, DMD
Periodontal-Prosthesis, What is Relevant Today?
DENNIS TARNOW, DMD
The Correct Diagnosis to Determine Whether to "Save or Extract."
RADE PARAVINA, DDS, PHD
Color in Esthetics - Myths and Facts.
SHANKAR IYER, DDS, MDS
Emphasizing Occlusal Concepts - From Planning to Final Restorations.
MICHAEL SONICK, DMD
Immediate versus Delayed… the Dilemma Continues?
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 2014
JOHN KOIS, DMD, MSD
Managing the Worn Dentition: The Restorative Periodontal Connection.
MAURICE SALAMA, DMD
Soft Tissue Analysis around Natural Teeth and Implants.
CHRISTIAN STAPPERT, DDS, PHD
Update on Dental Materials, Strength versus Esthetics,
Making the Proper Decisions.
DAVID GARBER, DMD
Digital Case Presentations Using Computer Radiographic and Clinical Imaging;
Real versus Virtual.
ERNESTO LEE, DMD
Contemporary Periodontal-Prosthesis: Use of CAD/CAM Technology for the Esthetic Management of the Compromised Dentition.
ARNOLD WEISGOLD, DDS
Esthetic Considerations for Natural Teeth and Implants.
Both days will include Panel Discussions
Your are also invited to attend the Friday evening reception at 5:30 p.m.

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine gratefully
acknowledges education grants for this activity from:
Colgate-Palmolive Company
Biomet 3i

Rutgers School of Dental Medicine also acknowledges
the following Exhibitors:
BioHorizons
Colonial Dental Lab Inc.
DENTSPLY Implants
Dowel Dental Products
Hiossen Inc.
Impladent Ltd.
Keystone Dental, Inc.
Kuwata Pan Dent Corp.
Marotta Dental Studio, Inc.
Neobiotech USA
Neodent USA, Inc.
New Jersey Dental Association
Nobel Biocare USA
Osteohealth
Piezosurgery Inc.
PreXion, Inc.
Salvin Dental Specialties, Inc.
  

Dates: Friday and Saturday, April 4 and 5, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. both days
Location: The Marriott Hotel
Newark Liberty International Airport
Tuition: $645 - for All Registrants
   Group rates (for 10 or more) are also available.
   Call us at 973-972-6561 for details.
Credits: 14 credit hours
Code: 14D0239
  
Hotel
Information:
  
Room reservation at the Marriott can be made
by calling 800-228-9290 or 973-623-0006
 
   
Please feel free to contact us if you need help with your on-line account.
E-mail: cde@sdm.rutgers.edu — Phone: 973-972-6561
(Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)