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【Wonderful Review】Dental South China International Expo 2017
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International Symposium on Temple University

Seminar 52 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 9:30 – 11:00
Topic: Clinical treatment with endodontic regeneration – Research progress in pulpal periapical diseases
Conference Room: No.4 of the Westin Hotel
Speaker:  Dr. Maobin Yang, Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry

Seminar Abstract
In the last decade, regenerative endodontic procedures have emerged as an alternative to treat necrotic permanent teeth that have immature root formation with an open apex. From the clinical aspect, the primary goal of regenerative endodontic treatment is to heal apical periodontitis, promote continued formation of the root and apical closure. From the tissue engineering aspect, the ultimate goal of regenerative endodontics is to regenerate a functional pulp-dentin complex, which needs the application of the principles of regenerative medicine: utilizing stem cells, three-dimensional scaffolds and growth factors in combination to regenerate new tissues. This lecture will provide the current knowledge, from the tissue engineering aspect, of the biological basis, treatment protocol and treatment outcomes of the regenerative endodontics procedure. The limitations and challenges of the current regenerative endodontic procedure will be discussed from the tissue engineering aspect, and the future strategies to overcome these challenges will be proposed.

International Symposium on Temple University

Seminar 53 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 11:00 – 12:30
Topic: CBCT in Modern Dental Practice and American Position Guidelines
Conference Room: No.4 of the Westin Hotel
Speaker: Dr. Jie Yang, Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, USA.

Expert Introduction
Dr. Jie Yang is Professor and Director of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Deputy Chair of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Medicine and Surgery Department at Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry, USA.

Currently, Dr. Yang is President-elect of International Association of Dento-Maxillo-Facial Radiology (IADMFR). He was the Immediate Past President of American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology (AAOMR). Dr. Yang has served as North American Regional Director and Secretary to Board of IADMFR. Dr. Yang was Councilor for Educational Affairs of AAOMR from 2010-2013. He served as Chair of Position Paper Committee and AAOMR’s Voting Representative to American Dental Association’s Standards Committee.

Dr. Yang has published numerous articles and research abstracts in the field of dental and medical imaging. He has been serving on editorial boards of Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, and Oral Radiology, Chinese Journal of Dental Research, and Journal of Investigative and Clinical Dentistry. He has supervised many international visiting scholars and presented lectures worldwide.

Seminar Abstract
Cone-beam CT (CBCT) has become an important imaging modality in oral and maxillofacial diagnosis. In modern dental practice, CBCT has been widely used in pre-osseous assessment and guided-surgery for dental implants, treatment planning for endodontic and orthodontic patients, third molar extractions, and temporo-mandibular joint assessment, nasal pharyngeal space evaluations, orthognathic surgery and 4D imaging. Since most CBCT machines are purchased and used by general dentists and non-radiology dental specialists, lack of image interpretation and misdiagnosis are common. Therefore, national guidelines for CBCT applications are quite important inprotection of our patients and covering the legal liability for our dental practitioners. This lecture will update CBCT applications in modern dental practice and American Position Guidelines on dental implants, endodontics, orthodontics, and teleradiology.


Annual Meeting of Standing Committee of the Chinese Society for Prosthodontics

Seminar 56 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 09:00 – 10:30
Topic: Application of occlusion concept on hinge axis for the treatment of complex occlusal reconstruction
Conference Room: No.7 of the Westin Hotel
Speaker: School of Stomatology Medizinische Universität Wien Dr. Anna Knaus

Seminar Abstract
The Viennese prosthetic conceptis used to determine the complexity of cases. It is able to capture a history of relevant general findings and also to clarify the occlusal, periodontal and arthro/myogenic status of the patient. In complex cases additional examinations like condylography and cephalometrics are performed.The diagnostic findings are used to design the diagnostic wax-up, which provide on one hand the diagnostic package for malocclustion, on the other hand give the first therapeutic set up.The wax-up is also helpful to answer the question concerning the compatibility of the patient´s chief complaint with the dentist´s requirements in the prosthetic rehabilitation. Extended diagnostics could avoid some unpredictable problems during therapy. Sometimes medical or economic reasons make a compromise in the treatment plan necessary. In this lecture well-documented case reports illustrate the implementation of the individual treatment plan starting with the pre-therapy up to the recall. Different options of the prosthetic rehabilitation - fixed and removable solutions are presented.The difficulties, finding a compromise which satisfies both – the chief complaint of the patient and the dentist´s expectation – will be discussed.

Annual Meeting of Standing Committee of the Chinese Society for Prosthodontics

Seminar 57 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 10:30 – 11:30
Topic: Functional occlusal reconstruction in patients with periodontal disease
Conference Room: No.7 of the Westin Hotel
Speaker: Prof. Xiaohui RAUSCH-FAN


Annual Meeting of Standing Committee of the Chinese Society for Prosthodontics

Seminar 85 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 15:40 – 17:40
Topic: Principles of Immediate function 'All on 4' Restoration and Lingualized Occlusion
Conference Room: No.7 of the Westin Hotel
Speaker: Dr. obert Schroering, University of Louisville Dental School

Expert Introduction
Robert Schroering, DMD is renowned in the field of dental Implantology, lecturing across the globe teaching the fine art of dental implants. Many prestigious societies have requested him to share his knowledge at their annual meetings. To name a few, the Annual American Dental Association, American Academy of Implant Dentistry, The International Congress of Oral Implantology, AAID Maxi-course and numerous dental societies and international meetings.

He is a 1987 graduate of the University of Louisville Dental School. His research has been publishedin the American Journal of Periodontology, the International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants and other journals. Along with his research he has been awarded 5 patents concerning new designs for the improvement of function and tissue adhesion.

Dr. Schroering has served as adjunct faculty for the University of Louisville Dental College Periodontal program and as a teaching fellow for the Midwest Implant Institute. Dr. Schroering received his board certification from the American Board of Oral Implantology; Diplomat of the International Congress of Oral Implant; Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry and a Fellow with the Midwest Implant Institute

Dr. Schroering is a clinician first and foremost placing over 10,000 implants during his career. For 10 years he traveled to Moscow, Russia to surgically place dental implants for the prestigious US Dental Center. He most recently lectured extensively on immediate loading principles and has taught over 2,000 dentists concerning the precise techniques of the “all on 4” procedure. Dr. Schroering’s center in the USA was chosen as the North American Training Center for the “all on 4”.

Seminar Abstract
All on 4 Lingualized Occlusion

Objective of this presentation is to give a very brief overview of the treated full arch edentulous patients with a simplified and highly successful approach using 4 implants to support Fixed Hybrid prosthesis.

The long-term success of the implants and the definitive prosthesis is directly in proportion to the occlusion. Many occlusion options have been presented in dentistry over the years. An occlusal scheme called lingualized occlusion will be discussed in great detail providing the clinician with knowledge to provide long-term success for their full arch edentulous patients.


International Symposium on Endodontics

Seminar 67 Date & Time: 3 March 2017, 9:30 – 11:00
Topic: Modern Clinical Dilemma: Endodontics vs. Implants
Conference Room: No.8A, Area B of Pazhou Complex
Speaker:  Syngcuk Kim D.D.S., M.Phil., Ph.D. Louis I. Grossman Professor and Chairman Department of Endodontics,
University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine

Expert introduction
Dr. Syngcuk Kim is the Louis I. Grossman Professor of Endododontics, at the School of Dental Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.  He served as Chairman of the Department from 1992 until 2014.  He is currently Associate Dean for Global Affairs and Associate Dean for Advanced Dental Education for the School of Dental Medicine.  He earned his undergraduate and his dental degrees from Columbia University in New York.  Dr. Kim also earned his Ph.D. in circulatory physiology at the Medical School of Columbia University, Department of Physiology.

Dr. Kim is well known and respected for his research in dental pulp physiology and microcirculation and the AAE has awarded him the Louis I. Grossman Award for outstanding research.

Upon joining the Dental School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1992 as Chairman of the Department of Endodontics, Dr. Kim not only brought the department into the “New Age” of the Microscope, but also established the Microscope Training Center at the school. This Center is the first university-based microscope-training program in the world that teaches microendodontics and microsurgery.  Since its inception, leaders in endodontic education and clinical practitioners from the USA, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia have been trained at the Center.  

In 2010 Dr. Kim was appointed by the Dean to the role of Associate Dean of  Global Affairs at the School of Dental Medicine.  Serving in this capacity, Dr. Kim travels extensively creating relationships with Dental Schools throughout Europe and Asia, South America, etc. with the goal of promoting academic and scholarly exchange between the teaching institutions.  

Extensive speaking engagements take Dr. Kim to universities, conferences, study clubs and professional associations in the U.S. and abroad.  In addition to over a hundred articles in peer reviewed journals Dr. Kim is the primary author of the book titled “Color Atlas of Microsurgery in Endodontics”.


Seminar Abstract
Dental implanthas become an integral part of modern dentistry since mid 1980 in USA. True indications for dental implants by its inventor Dr. Branemark included the replacement of single missing teeth and in partially and completely edentulous situations. Unfortunately it is very different situation in clinical dentistry now.

The dilemma for many clinicians, especially general dentists, is when to treat a tooth endodontically and save it or extract it and subsequently placing an implant.   This dilemma is mainly due to Lack of information on modern endodontic therapy and Misinformation of dental implants.
Lack of Information on Modern Endodontics: Incorporation of microscope, rotary NiTi files and XP files, micro-irrigation methods and Bioceramic sealer have accomplished a complete endodontic therapy we could not have imagined 20 years ago.  In short, “Mission Accomplished!!” Along with these advancements in non-surgical endodontics came Microsurgical technique of apical surgery unimagined in the past giving over 90 % success for long term basis. Thus saving teeth via modern endo therapy using both nonsurgical and surgical ways is extremely predictable.

Misinformation of Implants: Implants after 30 years are now subject of critical evaluation.  It is long overdue. Recent critical studies in Sweden showed that over 40% of implants develop peri-implantitis after 9 years alarming the dental community that implants are NOT a permanent solution.  Key leaders and researchers are now warning the dental community that saving teeth first although periodontally compromised would be our first obligation as practiced pre-implant times.

In conclusion, this lecture points out and suggests clinicians should be able to compare modern endodontic and implant studies according to success and survival rates, understand the importance of an interdisciplinary treatment planning approach and be able to make an educated decision whether to endodontically treat a tooth or extract and place an implant.
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