AAID: Digital implant dentistry isn’t the future

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AAID: Digital implant dentistry isn’t the future

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Dental Tribune USA

Tue. 7 April 2015


NEW YORK, N.Y., USA: Digital implant dentistry is not the future. No, far from it. Digital implant dentistry is the here and now for dental implant practioners. From digital treatment planning and delivery to patient communication, new technologies are changing the way dentists practice implant dentistry. The American Academy of Implant Dentistry will present a course titled “Implant Dentistry in the Digital World” in Baltimore from April 24-25.

In addition to offering 12 hours of C.E., the AAID is honoring Dr. Leonard Linkow, one of the pioneers of the field of dental implants, with a dinner on Friday, April 24.

The conference, which is co-hosted by the AAID’s Northeast and Southern Districts, will be held at the Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards in Baltimore.

More information and registration is available online at www.aaid.com.

The following programs are among those to be included:

  • “CBCT Implant Planning: Digital Solutions from a Laboratory Perspective” (Joe “Ambrose” D’Ambrosia, CDT)
  • “Reverse Engineering in Digital Smile Design” (Alain Méthot, DMD)
  • “Innovations in Digital Implantology” (Gilbert Tremblay, DMD, FAAID, DABOI/ID)
  • “Technology to Enhance Your Practice” (Marty Jablow, DMD)
  • “Fixed Implant Prosthetic Considerations” (Shankar Iyer, DDS, MDS, FAAID, DABOI/ID)
  • “Planning the Rehabilitation of an Edentulous Arch” (Lou Dipede, DMD)
  • “Soft-Tissue Management in Implant Therapy” (John F. Hamrick, DMD, FAAID, DABOI/ID)
  • “Protocols to Avoid Complications and Failures with the New Digital Workflow” (Scott Ganz, DMD)

Established in 1951, the AAID is the only dental implant organization that offers credentials recognized by federal and state courts as bona fide. Its membership, which exceeds 5,000, includes general dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists and prosthodontists from across the United States and in 40 other countries. For more information, contact AAID at aaid@aaid.com or at (312) 335-1550 or (877) 335-AAID (2243).

(Source: AAID)



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