PEAK Track I Meeting at Negril, Jamaica
Wednesday- Sunday: January 22-26, 2020
The meeting will be held at the all-inclusive Royalton Negril Resort and Spa and The Hideaway by Royalton Negril.
Tuition for the meeting for AGD members is $425, $525 for nonmembers. Meeting hours are Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 8:00 AM - 12:00 p.m.
All reservations MUST be made through our travel agent Amy to get the benefits of our group rates and the tuition rate above.
Amy Pupino Carbonelli
Corporate & Leisure Travel
800-769-4441 or 954-971-3535
Robert M. Bagoff DMD FAGD DICOI, Associate Director
Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor
CDE Implant Program
NYU College of Dentistry
Department of Dentistry
Newark Beth Israel Medical Center
West Orange, New Jersey
DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING
Each patient has a different story. Why did they wait so long, what was the dentist “ watching” or it just happened yesterday.
In the age of implant dentistry we become hyperfocused on the empty space and not the entire dentition and person. Everyone has a story; what they want and what they need.
Esthetics plays an important role in every fixture assisted dental restoration. What should we look for and what tools can we use to help us on the path to success?
We will review the tools to obtain helpful information and gather objective information. Pericapical, panorex, CBCT, prosthetically driven diagnostic waxup, accurate review of medical history, social issues and finances.
We will also review medicine and medical issues that may influence the timing of treatment or the surgical treatment in total.
AGD Subject Code: 780 Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry
FROM PERIAPICAL TO CAT SCAN: DIAGNOSIS, INTERPRETATION AND TREATMENT PLANNING
Make use of all the tools at your disposal. A dipped x-ray to a computer-generated model, what makes sense and how can we maximize the investment in these tools?
We will review what each modality offers in diagnostic information and how far do we go getting the right information leading to the right procedure. A review of PA’s that led to the CBCT and how that changed the surgical procedure.
Should we go right to the CBCT or does the PA still have value? Are we guided by the insurance carrier or can we provide a reasonable narrative for the advanced study?
AGD Subject Code: 730 Oral Medicine, Oral Diagnosis, Oral Pathology
EXTRACTION GUIDED BONE AND SOFT TISSUE REGENERATION - SIMPLE SOCKET SURGERY
After an extraction 50% of the socket bone height may be lost within the first year. The majority of this loss occurs during the initial wound healing phase in the first three months.
We will discuss the types of sockets you encounter, the graft material options, resorbable and non-resorbable membranes and their usage.Timing of suture removal. Provisionalization and protection.
This session will provide a foundation for good clinical practice. In the age of the BEST STUFF …….is simple the way to go?
AGD Subject Code: 310 Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
IMPLANT PLACEMENT WITH DEVICES AND GUIDES OF ALL TYPES
Implant placement is a function of the occlusal table, the incisal edge and the buccal and lingual dimension. How soon we forget “PEOPLE WANT TEETH”. Whether we do a denture or RPD, bridge of one fashion or another, or fixture assisted dental restoration; we will use the tools that provide a service that we are most comfortable delivering.
We will review technology from denture teeth waxed into a model to recreation of a tooth in 3-D space and the retroengineering of the implant site.
We will review the surgical placement and conservative sub-crestal maxillary sinus lifting procedure in order to obtain optimal results.
AGD Subject Code: 690 Implants