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International Academy of Oral and Facial Rehabilitation - with Platinum Sponsor, Southern Implants

Thursday, 27 April 2017 from 08:00 to 17:00 (BST)

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International Academy of Oral Facial Rehabilitation

in association with Platinum Sponsor - Southern Impants www.southernimplants.co.ukSouthern implants mini logo

and Gold Sponsors - Dentsply Sirona www.dentsplysirona.com 

 

and General Medical www.generalmedical.co.uk 

Looking forwards to the future and back to the evidence – with an international, interdisciplinary perspective. An educational symposium from the International Academy for Oral and Facial Rehabilitation for professionals with a specialist interest in implant-retained prosthetic dentistry / oral and facial rehabilitation and pre-implant surgery. 

Thursday 27 April 2017. Educational Symposium with speakers from the faculty of the International Academy of Oral and Facial Rehabilitation www.iaofr.org

Venue: MANDEC, Manchester University Dental Hospital http://www.mandec.co.uk

Thurs April 27 Venue: MANDEC conference suite (top floor of Manchester University Dental Hospital) Access via separate glass entrance and lift / stairwell, East side of building. Location: M15 6FH. Parking: adjacent secure multi-storey car park accessed from Booth Street West. 

08.00-08.20 Registration / coffee (NB doors open 08.00 only. All speakers confirmed - 10.2.17)

Main lecture theatre:

08.20 Welcome/Admin info- Local Organising Committee; Tim Blackburn, Craig Barclay & Anusha Hennedige

08.25 Welcome from IAOFR Fellow - Emeritus Prof John Cawood & brief background of IAOFR

Chair of session: Ashok Sethi (Director Centre Implant & Reconstructive Dentistry, Harley Street, London, UK), Fellow of IAOFR)

08.30-08.55 Role of zygomatic implants in atrophic maxilla - Chris Butterworth (Consultant Restorative Dentist / special interest in Oral Facial Rehabilitation, Mersey Regional Head and Neck Cancer Centre & Maxillofacial Unit, Liverpool, UK, Fellow of IAOFR) 

08.55-09.20 Role of 'all-on'four' zygomatic implants in atrophic maxilla - Dr Dr James Chow (OMF Surgeon & Hon Ass Prof Hong Kong University, Hong Kong, Fellow of IAOFR) 

09.20-09.25 - 5 mins discussion chaired by Ashok Sethi

09.25-09.50 3D cone beam CT planning for selective pre-extraction bone grafting in premaxilla – Prof Dr Dr Lim K Cheung, (Prof, Head of Dept & OMF Surgeon, University of Hong Kong, Fellow of IAOFR) 

09.50-10.15 Health related quality of life measures in implant based oral rehabilitation - Dr Dr Edmund Pow (Prosthodontist, Assoc Prof, University of Hong Kong,  Fellow of IAOFR) 

10.15-10.25 Discussion chaired by Ashok Sethi

10.25-11.00 Coffee / refreshments in lobby sponsors exhibition area 

Session Chair: Prof. Emer. Russell Nishimura (Prosthodontist, Los Angeles, California, USA),  Fellow IAOFR)

11.00-11.25 Role of intraoral scanning and 3D printing prostheses in oral rehabilitation Dr Dr Dr Rik Soehardi (OMF Surgeon) and Prof Dr Dr Dr Gert Meier (Prof & Head of Dept Oral Implantology & OMF Surgeon) of Radboud University Nijmegen, Netherlands, &  Fellows of IAOFR) 5 min Discussion chaired by Russell Nishimura

11.30-11.55 Functional forces in the future - how perfect a fit and how rigid a prosthesis? Prof Dale Howes (Prosthodontist, Prof & Head of Dept Oral Rehabilitation, Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa) + 5 mins discussion chaired by Russell Nishimura

12.00-12.25 ‘Teeth in a day’ - advantages of graftless solutions in the atrophic maxilla - Alvin Wee (Prosthodontis) & Dr Jason Untrauer (OMF Surgeon) VA Med Center, Omaha, Nebraska, USA & Fellows of IAOFR.

12.25-12.30 5 mins discussion chaired by Russell Nishimura

12.30-13.30 Lunch (provided) in lobby sponsors exhibition area /Optional at £20 additional cost and limited to 12 per session: Lunch with the professor sessions (booking available through Redsquare only)

13.30-15.00 Session chair Prof Dr Dr Craig Barclay (Prof Maxillofacial rehabilitation and consultant in restorative dentistry, Manchester Head and Neck Cancer Centre, Maxillofacial Unit & Manchester University Dental Hospital, UK, invited Fellow of IAOFR)

13.30 – 13.55 Australian experience with BMP preimplant surgery grafting – series of 500 pts Dr Bruce Robinson, (Specialist OMF Surgery, Private Practice, Adelaide, Australia & Fellow of IAOFR)

13.55 – 14.00 Comments on Australian experience with 4 + 2 in mandible: posterior cantilever on 4 implants + posterior short implant ‘back stop’ – Bruce Robinson 

14.00 – 14.25 Posterior mandible preimplant surgery – including vertical interpositional bone grafts - in a series of 300 pts) - Prof Dr Dr Dr Hendrik Terheyden (Prof & OMF Surgeon, Kiel, Germany & Fellow of IAOFR)

14.25 - 14.30 5 mins discussion chaired by Craig Barclay

14.30 – 14.45 Evidence for link between bone regeneration potential and lifestyle factors – Dr Dr Michael Stiller, (Specialist in Implantology, Periodontology, Private Practice, Berlin, Germany & Fellow of IAOFR)

14.45 – 15.00 Soft tissue grafting in peri-implantitis – Michael Stiller

15.00-15.05 Discussion chaired by Craig Barclay

15.05-15.30 Coffee / refreshments in lobby sponsors exhibition area 

15.30-15.55  Session chair Chris Butterworth (Consultant in Restorative Dentistry /special interest in oral facial rehabilitation, Mersey Regional Head & Neck Cancer Centre / Maxillofacial Unit, Liverpool, UK)

15.30-15.55 Evolution in application of endosseous implants for orthodontic use – Dr Christine J. Wallace (Specialist Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, Head of Dept, Westmead Centre for Oral Health, Sydney, Australia & Fellow of IAOFR) + 5 mins discussion

16.00-16.25 Functional forces in the future – how perfect a fit and how rigid a prosthesis? – Prof Dale Howes (Prosthodontist, Prof & Head of Dept Oral Rehabilitation, Wits University of Johannesburg, South Africa &  Fellow of IAOFR) + 5mins discussion

16.30-16.55 Role of milled bars in implant superstructure design - Dr Rahat Ali, Consultant in Restorative Dentistry, Liverpool Dental Hospital

16.55-17.00 Discussion chaired by Chris Butterworth

17.00 Close

Optional: Lunch with the professors (limited to 12 people per group) £20

20 min interactive focus on theme and 40 mins for open small group discussion / picking the brains of the professor by the group.

Pick up your choice of lunch box and drink at 12.30 and head to the room

Topics: Either

1. Top tips - How I get the most accurate impressions, Prof Dale Howes, South Africa

Or 2. Top tips - How I get the most accurate fit for the prosthesis – Ashok Sethi, London

 

Registration details:

£190 Day fee includes lunch

additional £20 for a ‘lunch with the professor’ session

To register your interest in a 'lunch with the professor' session please email

Redsquare – registration and payment can also be arranged with http://www.redsquaredental.com

Email: redsquare329@gmail.com

or Tel: 0161 980 9730

Platinum Sponsor - Southern Implants  www.southernimplants.co.ukSouthern implants mini logo

Contact: STEVEN KERSHAW

Product Specialist and Sales
T: +44 (0) 20 8899 6846 

Gold Sponsor - Dentsply Sirona www.dentsplysirona.com 

Contact: Allison Cruikshank 
Email: Allison.cruikshank@dentsplysirona.com
Dentsply Sirona, Building 3, The Heights, Weybridge, Surrey KT13 0NY
Telephone +44 (0) 1932 837 271
 
Gold Sponsor - General Medical 

Contact: John Lee, Managing Director
Dave Stopford - Sales M 07599 407850 E david.stopford@gmail.com
Jewel Management Ltd trading as General Medical, Crown House, Waller Road, Devizes, Wiltshire SN10 2GH
M 07860 744498 T: 01380 734 990 F: 01380 739 801 


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Thursday, 27 April 2017 from 08:00 to 17:00 (BST)


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International Academy of Oral and Facial Rehabilitation - with Platinum Sponsor, Southern Implants

The Mission of the International academy for Oral and Facial Rehabilitation (founded in 1983) is to progress the quality of oral and facial rehabilitation through the advancement of patient care, education and research. The IAOFR has a particular interest in optimizing treatment outcomes of surgical-prosthetic interventions.

Speakers from USA, Europe, Asia, Australia and South Africa will present on the latest developments in this field including appropriate case selection for 'teeth in a day', 2 vs 4 vs 4+2 mandible implant solutions; intraoral scanning & 3D printed prostheses, new concepts in implant and pre-implant surgery. There will be optional 'lunch with the professor' sessions with top tips on how to get the most accurate impressions / how to get the most accurate fit of prostheses to implants.

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