G A A P M EETIN X X X X X X DENTAL TRIBUNE DENTAL TRIBUNE DENTAL TRIBUNE The World’s Dental Newspaper · U.S. Edition The World’s Dental Newspaper · U.S. Edition The World’s Dental Newspaper · U.S. Edition OCTOBER 2019 — Vol. 14, No. 10 DATE 2018 — Vol. 13, No. XX www.dental-tribune.com www.dental-tribune.com www.dental-tribune.com AAP meeting includes 3 days of exhibits Attendees are being invited to Also note that a new AAP Member Re- source Center Express is available in the registration area to ask a membership question or place a quick order from the Perio Store. The MRC Express will be open during registration hours. istration and other meeting details are available at am2019.perio.org. Additional AAP information is available by calling (800) 282-4867 (U.S. and Canada), (312) 787-5518 (outside the U.S. and Canada) or by emailing email@example.com. release their Chicago-inspired inner graffiti artist in the ex- hibit hall at the American Academy of Periodontology 105th annual meeting. The “Perio Park” area (booth No. 150) of the meeting’s exhibit hall will include a Graffiti Wall for attendees to take a break from all the analytical think- ing and express a bit more right-hemi- sphere creativity. As usual Perio Park also will be a convenient place to relax, continue conversations with colleagues, charge electronic devices and buy some food and beverages. In the AAP Member Resource Center (booth No. 636) you can learn about ex- clusive members-only benefits; buy AAP scrubs and other branded merchandise; visit with representatives from AAP Pe- rio Perks partners Treloar & Heisel Inc. and MedPro; take a professional head- shot for your AAP Connect profile and/ or practice website; and network with members from around the globe in the International Lounge. Exhibit hall hours will be on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. Complimentary lunch vouchers for professional attendees will be valid each day. Meals for spouses or guests may be purchased with cash or credit card on-site in the exhibit hall. The exhibit hall will have more than 300 booths with companies and other organi- zations showcasing the latest periodontal products, services and technologies. (Source: AAP) Attendees can log continuing education credits in the exhibit hall’s CE Pavilion by printing certificates of attendance and/ or presentation. The terminals will be lo- cated in booth No. 1251. C.E. verification forms for hands-on workshops will be provided at the sessions only and will not be available online. C.E. verification forms for the Dental Hygiene Symposium and hands-on workshops will be issued to all participants via email post-meeting. New practitioners or recent graduates looking for a job, or a periodontist looking for a partner or associate, can use the AAP bareer Fair to meet, network and get leads. Registering for a booth requires having filled out the online application. The AAP’s 105th Annual Meeting will be from Nov. 2–5, at Chicago’s McCormick Place Lakeside Center, East Building. Reg- The American Academy of Periodontology 105th annual meeting will be from Nov. 2–5, at Chicago’s McCormick Place Lakeside Center, East Building. Photo/Provided by www. dreamstime.com AD ADSO to meet in National Harbor The Association for Dental Support Orga- nizations (ADSO) 2020 Summit, to be held from March 11–13 in National Harbor, Md., will feature some of the most successful names in the industry sharing what they have learned on their path to success. Membership with ADSO is not required for DSO and group-practice attendees; however, members do receive complimen- tary registrations. Organizations that pro- vide products and services to DSOs and/ or to group practices that want to attend, sponsor or exhibit at Summit 2020 need to first join the ADSO Industry Partner pro- gram. Details are available via email from Membership@TheADSO.org. For details on the summit, you can con- tact Info@TheADSO.org or (703) 940-3860. The summit will be held at the Gaylord Na- tional Resort & Convention Center, in the heart of National Harbor’s entertainment district overlooking the Potomac River — all easily accessible to Alexandria, Va., and Washington, D.C. The ADSO describes itself as the nation’s primary champion and representative of group-practice and dental-support busi- ness models. Members span the breadth of those sectors, including emerging DSOs (supported through education, training and mentorship to help them grow their business) — as well as established DSOs (supported through advocacy efforts). The association is committed to meeting the The Capital Wheel, on the Potomac River at National Harbor, is 180-feet high and has 42 eight-passenger, climate-controlled gondolas. Photo/Provided by NationalHarbor.com varied needs of its members — no matter what stage of scale and development — so members can focus on promoting the highest quality patient care. Held since 2014 and expanding every year, the summit enables DSOs and indus- try partners to share insights and experi- ences in an educational setting serving every sector. The association’s mission is to work with members to create practice en- vironments where dentists can choose the administrative services that best enable them to focus on patients, expand access to quality dental care and improve the oral health of their communities. (Source: ADSO)
B4 INDUSTRY Dental Tribune U.S. Edition | October 2019 Loupes expand vision By Designs for Vision Staff Designs for Vision has launched several new product lines this fall. Designs for Vision will be showing the new patented (U.S. pat. 8928975B2) 3.5x and Panoramic Loupes. According to the company, the Panoramic Field Loupes represent the most significant advancement in telescope design in more than 100 years. The viewable areas are twice as large as prismatic expanded-field-designed loupes and up to five times greater than Galilean designed optics. Panoramic Field Loupes provide unprecedented field of view, clarity, definition and color, according to the company. Designs for Vision is also featuring the REALITY 5 Star rated Micro 3.5EF Scopes and Micro 4.5EF Scopes, which use a revolutionary optical design that reduces the size of the prismatic telescope by 50 percent and re- duces the weight by 40 percent while providing an ex- panded field view of the oral cavity. The company also is introducing the Micro 3.0EF in its line of Micro Series Loupes. The Micro 3.0EF has a field of view of 100 mm and weighs less than 70 grams. You can see the lightest 3.0x magnification with the new 3.0x Galiliean loupes from Designs for Vision. The lightweight Galilean design enables users to step up in magnification while retaining a sharp 70 mm field of view. Designs for Vision is also introducing patented (U.S. pat. 8,851,709 and RE46,463) hands-free infrared technology with the WireLess IR HDi™ and the Micro IR HDi head- lights. These headlights feature HDi, Designs for Vision’s exclusive advanced photonic design that provides uniform light distribution with maximum in- tensity. This feature optically focuses the light from the LED to provide 45 percent more light with uniform distribution at 5,800° Kelvin, the ideal color temperature. AAP BOOTH NO. 426 The patented IR feature enables improved infection control by letting practitioners operate the headlight without touching the system. The IR headlights use a built-in infrared signal to enable turning the light on or off simply and safely. Onboard biometrics sense the position of the headlight to filter out unintended sig- nals while working. Designs for Vision has added the High Definition Im- aging to all of its headlights including the LED DayLite® WireLess™ IR and the LED DayLite WireLess Mini, pro- viding a lightweight cordless solution with light inten- sity comparable to many corded headlights. You can choose High Definition Imaging with either a wired or wireless design to meet your preference, and any of the HDi headlights will illuminate the entire oral cavity. Designs for Vision’s WireLess headlights free users from being tethered to a battery pack. The simple mod- AD High-definition headlights optically focus the light from the LED to provide 45 percent more light with uniform distribution. Photo/Provided by Designs for Vision ular designs uncouple the headlights from a specific frame or single pair of loupes. Prior technology mar- ried a cordless light to one pair of loupes via a cumber- some integration of the batteries and electronics into the frame. The compact design of the LED DayLite Wire- Less headlights are independent of any frame/loupes. The LED DayLite Micro HDi uses the new High Defini- tion Imaging with a lightweight headlight in combina- tion with the Micro power pack. The Micro power pack is the lightest and smallest power pack. The complete unit includes two power packs, and each power pack can run up to 10 hours. You can see the Visible Difference® yourself by visit- ing Designs for Vision’s booth (No. 426) at the American Academy of Periodontology 2019 annual meeting’s ex- hibit hall in Chicago. Or, to arrange a visit in your office, you can call (800) 345-4009 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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DENTAL TRIBUNE INSIDE IMPLANT TRIBUNE The World’s Dental Implant Newspaper · U.S. Edition OCTOBER 2019 — Vol. 14, No. 5 www.dental-tribune.com Trace and place Find out how guided navigation can simplify your workflow. The latest from Nobel The company highlights two new offerings at AAID. Dental Tribune Association for Dental Support Organizations plans event. ” Page A4 ” Page A6 ” Page B1 ‘Synergy and success’ The ARIA Resorb and Casino in Las Vegas will be bhe sibe of bhe AAID Annual Meebing from Ocb. 23–26. Photo/ freeimages.com 68th AAID Annual Meeting aims to offer quality C.E., fresh perspectives and time to network By AAID Staff The American Academy of Im- plant Dentistry cordially invites you to join in for the 68th annual conference in Las Vegas for “Syn- ergy and Success,” taking place Oct. 23-26, at the ARIA Resort & Casino. This year’s conference promises the same high-quality continuing education, innovative perspectives and cutting-edge technology the AAID has been providing for the past six decades. But we also have many new approaches to delivering the education, networking and camaraderie during the annual conference. Here’s a look at what you can expect at ‘Synergy and Success’: One topic, two perspectives This year’s conference is focused on the power of collaboration and understand- ing others’ perspectives as a way to inno- vate and approach implant dentistry in a new way. The Main Podium sessions this year feature two speakers sharing their individual perspectives on one topic, of- fering insights and varying approaches on similar topics. Here is a sampling of topics and speak- ers in store at the AAID Annual Confer- ence: Wednesday, Oct. 23 • “Has Implant Dentistry Improved in this year’s event: ” See AAID, page A2 Bellmawr, N.J. Permit No. 1239 US Postage Paid PRST STD Forest Hills, NY 11375 118-35 Queens Blvd., Ste. 400 Dental Tribune America
A4 I N DUST RY Implant Tribune U.S. Edition | October 2019 Navident 2 streamlines, simplifies workflow with navigation guidance By ClaroNav Staff Similar to the way a GPS system guides a driver, Navident by ClaroNav guides clinicians by using the CBCT image as a map. It offers surgeons an easy-to-use, accurate, highly portable and affordable means of planning restorations and im- plant placements. With Navident 2, clinicians will no lon- ger need to do a special, extra scan. They can use the diagnostic scan already avail- able for the patient. The stress of stent making is also gone because a stent is no longer required, according to ClaroNav. Additionally, Trace and Place (TaP) is a game-changing development for dy- namic navigation, the company asserts. With TaP, ClaroNav users have expressed that the Navident workflow is stream- lined, efficient, user-friendly and seam- lessly integrated into the daily practice. “Trace and Place is a real tipping point for dynamic navigation guidance,” said user Dr. George Mandelaris, a periodon- tist from Chicago. “It has streamlined AD At the AAID Visib ClaroNav ab boobh No. 419. and simplified the workflow in both the diagnostic and surgical phases to al- low state-of-the-art technology to be an everyday component of my surgical im- plant practice. I cannot imagine going back!” Specialists who have used Navident 2.0 said they have experienced negligible operator stress, improved time efficien- cy and an increase in patient acceptance. The accuracy offered by the new version, combined with the need for minimal tissue manipulation, is conducive to a shorter and better recovery process for patients, according to the company. Clinicians are invited to learn about Navident and try it for themselves. Claro- Nav will be an exhibitor at the AAID An- nual Conference in booth No. 419 and the AAP Annual Meeting in booth No. 1117. Sbop by bhe ClaroNav boobh, No. 419, ab bhe AAID Annual Meebing bo geb a hands-on demonsbrabion of bhe cubbing- edge sofbware, Navidenb 2. Photo/Implant Tribune File Photo
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A6 I N DUST RY Implant Tribune U.S. Edition | October 2019 Nobel Biocare showcases ceramic implants, 3D-navigation at AAID By Nobel Biocare Staff With X-Guide empowered by DTX Studio Implant, Nobel Biocare is presenting an innovative new treatment option for same-day guided surgery at the 68th American Academy of Implant Dentistry Annual Meeting. The com- pany is also showcasing an alternative to titanium implants with its recently launched NobelPearl ceramic implant system. Ceramic solution A metal-free, two-piece ceramic implant solution with a cement-free internal con- nection, NobelPearl has been designed to support natural soft-tissue appear- ance. Its white zirconia material is espe- cially beneficial in patients with a thin mucosal biotype, Nobel Biocare asserts. Microcirculatory dynamics in peri- implant mucosa around zirconia have AD At the AAID To learn more aboub producbs such as X-Guide, shown ab lefb, and bhe NobelPearl ceramic im- planb sysbem, visib Nobel Biocare ab boobh No. 303. been shown to be comparable to those around natural teeth, and zirconia has also demonstrated low plaque affinity. the features In essence, NobelPearl can help patients gain the natural esthetic excellence they desire, according to the company. NobelPearl innovative VICARBO screw made of carbon-fiber re- inforced polymer. Designed for a strong ceramic-to-ceramic connection, it with- stands tensile forces, while the ceramic absorbs compressive forces. The thread design and tapered implant shape, com- bined with the tapered drill protocol, have been engineered to achieve high primary stability. Furthermore, the hy- drophilic sand-blasted and acid-etched ZERAFIL surface, combined with a par- tially machined collar, is proven to osseo- integrate. 3-D navigation With the X-Guide system, clinicians have a new treatment option for same-day guided available now that DTX Studio Implant empowers this innovative sys- tem for dynamic 3-D navigation. Treat- ment plans from DTX Studio Implant (formerly NobelClinician) can be quickly delivered to the patient, facilitating a workflow for diagnostics, implant plan- ning and navigated implant surgeries, even during emergency interventions where computer-assisted surgeries until now could not be fully applied, according to Nobel. The connection between DTX Stu- dio and X-Guide aims for clinicians to achieve high precision in shorter time- to teeth treatments including screw-re- tained provisionalisation with full three- dimensional control of the implant site preparation and dynamically monitored implant insertion, Nobel asserts. On the day of treatment, the clinician carries out the 3-D (CB)CT scan and intraoral surface scans, creates the treatment plan in DTX Studio Implant and immediately exports it with all the planning compo- nents to X-Guide. X-Guide is manufactured by X-Nav, a North America-based innovator in den- tal 3-D navigation, which has exclusively partnered with Nobel Biocare. For more information on Nobel Biocare solutions, visit booth No. 303 or go online to www.nobelbiocare.com.
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A8 I N DUST RY Implant Tribune U.S. Edition | October 2019 Ceramic implants: An emerging opportunity By ZER AMEX Staff It’s time to take a serious look at mod- ern ceramic implants as a profitable health center for your practice. Like the rapidly growing $50 billion or- ganic market, ceramic implants are here to stay. Not only can ceramic implants help clinicians to improve the health and cosmetics of patients, but they also serve as a practice differentiator – driving prof- itable and loyal patients. According to studies, the market share of ceramic implants is currently 2-3 percent, but it is predicted to represent 24 percent by 2022. For practitioners, this means the time is now to incorporate them into your practice and join what might be the quickest growing market opportunity in dental implantology. Modern ceramic implants have come a long way from the original mono- crystalline alumina implants during Branemark’s days. Now made of Zirconia Oxide(Zr02), they are no longer one piece, smooth or difficult to place or restore. One company leading the evolution and modernization of ceramic implants is ZERAMEX®. ZERAMEX is a Switzerland- based manufacturer of ceramic implants with FDA approval since 2016 and cur- AD rent sales distribution throughout the United States. ZERAMEX XT is a two-piece, screw- retained system that functions surgically and restoratively like current titanium implants, according to the company. The XT system is tapered in design, has an internal connection and the unique VICARBO® screw creates a seal against bacteria and micromovement. The cur- rent product offer has restorative flex- ibility with multiple abutment choices and will soon have scan bodies and a complete digital workflow with fully cus- tomized prosthetics, the company states. With this in mind, modern ceramic im- plants can now offer the same ease of use as current titanium implants, ZERAMEX states. Three reasons to consider adding ce- ramic implants to your armamentarium: 1. Demand for metal-free implants is growing as patients are seeking more natural and biocompatible products and asking their dentists about alternatives to titanium implants. If your practice is close to a Whole Foods market or other organic market, you likely have patients that would appreciate the choice of a non- metal solution. Your practice could be missing these patients as they search for a solution fulfilling their dental desires. 2. Patients have become more educated and demanding. Not only do they want a tooth replacement for functionality, but they are demanding exceptional es- thetics. In thin tissue type and anterior cases, we have all witnessed occasional greying and metal transparency. Ceramic implants are white, often eliminating the need for tissue grafting. Ceramic im- plants should be presented as a solution for all single-tooth cases in the anterior. Patient demand for cosmetic solutions should be a strong consideration in the offerings provided. 3. Ceramic implants are worthy of consideration due to the inherent es- thetic characteristics of zirconia as well as its friendly biological properties. Soft tissue has documented greater affin- ity for ceramic implants over titanium implants. Recent research raises valid concerns about the biological properties of titanium, especially with regards to peri-implantitis. Individuals with spe- cific polymorphisms (SNPs) are at even greater risk both from a dental and sys- temic point of view. At the same time, research on zirconia is quite positive and progressing by leaps and bounds. Ceram- ic implants have documented reduction At the AAID To learn more aboub Zeramex ceramic im- planbs, sbop by boobh No. 612 or visib www.zeramexusa.com/offer. in plaque and bacterial attraction and are not susceptible to corrosion over time. Soft tissue around a zirconia implant is similar to that of soft tissue around natu- ral teeth. As more research becomes available about long-term results, ceramic im- plants will become the preferred choice of many dental implantologists for bio- logical, cosmetic and soft-tissue results. Take an opportunity to learn more and receive free patient education materials at zeramexusa.com/offer.