Academy Of Biomimetic Dentistry Anual Conference

Early Bird Tickets for our 7th Annual Conference in 2020

April 16th - 18th, 2020 - Omni Park West, Dallas TX

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You’ll see the best lineup of Biomimetic Dentistry lectures anywhere.

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Experience new and exciting discoveries in the field of Biomimetic Dentistry

Meet The Speakers

  • Dr. Matthias Kern- Keynote Speaker

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. Grant Chyz

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. David Gerdolle

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. Alireza Sadr

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. Raymond L. Bertolotti

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. Randy Shoup

    Bio & Course Description
  • Dr. Allen Honigman

    Bio & Course Description

Course Info:

  • Topic: Resin-bonded FDPs for single tooth replacement - A true alternative to implants?
  • Date: April 18th - 8am - 12:00pm
  • Total CE Offered: 4 Hours

Course Description:

Resin-bonded fixed dental prostheses (RBFDPs, so-called Maryland bridges) with two metal retainer wings have been introduced over 30 years ago for a minimal invasive replacement of missing teeth. 

However RBFDPs are still not considered a comparable treatment modality to implants by most of the dentists. Cantilevered anterior RBFDPs with a single ceramic retainer wing were introduced 20 years ago. 

They provide better esthetics and are less invasive than two-retainer RBFDPs. In the meantime excellent long-term data of this minimal invasive treatment option are available. Similar concepts are now also implemented for the replacement of posterior teeth that show promising medium-term outcomes comparable to single tooth implants. 

This lecture summarizes when zirconia ceramic RBFDPs present a favorable, minimally invasive and less costly treatment alternative to single tooth implants.

Doctor's Bio

Graduation from Dental School in Freiburg, Germany in 1985. Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Freiburg 1985-1991.

Dr. med. dent. thesis 1987. 1991-1993 Visiting Research Associate Professor, University of Maryland at Baltimore, USA (Grant of the German Society of Research). 1995 Dr. med. dent. habil. thesis, Vice Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Freiburg. 1997 Professor and Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics, Propaedeutics and Dental Materials, Christian-Albrechts University at Kiel, Germany. In Dec 2011 Dr. Kern received the Schweitzer Research Award of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics (GNYAP).

Dr. Kern served as President of the German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro) from June 2012 until September 2016. Dr. Kern serves in the Editorial Board of more than 10 peer-reviewed scientific journals and has published more than 400 scientific articles. In 2017 his book “RBFDPs – Resin Bonded Fixed Dental Prostheses – minimally invasive – esthetic – reliable“ has been published by Quintessence.

Course Info:

  • Topic: A new paradigm for direct restorations, using UHMWPE fiber.
  • Date: April 17th - 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
  • Total CE Offered: 2 Hours

Course Description:

For many dentists, restorative choices for an individual tooth are driven by insurance forces and traditional dental school teaching. It is central to Biomimetic, tooth-preserving principles that outdated ideas must be set aside to allow for modern, scientifically proven advances. By incorporating Biomimetic Principles, with the use of composite resin and strategically laminated UHMWPE fiber, we can create a new class of direct restoration that better manages tensile and Poisson’s forces, resists and deflects cracks and lessen the effects of polymerization shrinkage on remaining tooth structure. This session will demonstrate clinical techniques and applications of UHMWPE fiber lamination.

Learning objectives for this session include:

  • - Explain the advantages that UHMWPE lamination can convey to the restored tooth.
  • - Understanding the basic clinical technique to successfully laminate UHMWPE fiber.
  • - Demonstrate clinical situations that benefit from the use of UHMWPE fiber lamination.

Doctor's Bio

Dr. Chyz earned his D.D.S. degree in 1983 from the University of Michigan. Dr. Chyz maintains a general practice, with an emphasis on biomimetic dentistry, in downtown Seattle.

Dr. Chyz has been involved in various study clubs over the years and lectures on direct restorative dentistry and cracked teeth. He has consulted with 3M on many products, but most notably on the development of Filtek Supreme. He serves as an unpaid consultant to Ribbond. Finally, Dr. Chyz first laminated Ribbond to internal tooth structure in 1999 – giving him a unique, long-term perspective on the value of fiber lamination to augment direct restorations.

Course Info:

  • Topic: Upgrade your adhesive dentistry :The Secrets of Isolation
  • Date: April 17th - 8am - Noon
  • Total CE Offered: 4 Hours

Course Description:

Development of adhesive resin

The best 2-step self-etching adhesive

The innovative 1-step self-etching adhesive

  • - Amide monomer
  • - Hydrophilicity and high conversion

Durability of dentin bonding

Super dentin

Bonding at clinical situation

  • - Bonding in cavity
  • - Gap formation
  • - Enamel cracks
  • - Tips for beveling
  • - Fracture at DEJ
  • - Flowable composite lining

Bulk-fill composite

40 years history of composite resin restoration

  • - Survival rate and success rate

OCT application for caries diagnosis

Repair of old composite restorations

Bonding in indirect restoration

  • - Application of universal bond

Caries treatment

  • - Bonding to caries affected dentin

Caries and SDF

NCCL –New findings with OCT

  • - Surface demineralization
  • - Gap at DEJ

New composite

  • - Structural color: Biomimetic coloring

Direct composite bridge: 3-unit or cantilever?

Clinical evaluation

Doctor's Bio

David Gerdolle was born in Epinal (France) in May 1970, and graduated from the Dental University of Nancy (1993). He has then achieved a number of Postgraduate Diplomas from the Universities of Paris and Gothenburg, in Oral and Osteo-articular Biology, Implantology, Prosthodontics and Adhesive Dentistry.

David has been a member of the teaching staff of the University of Nancy between 1993 and 2005, and he is running a private practice in Vevey-Montreux (CH) since 2006. His practice is dedicated to conservative and minimal invasive dentistry. David is currently directing a Postgraduate Certificate at the University of Paris (f), and is also involved in research programs on resin composites in the University of Nancy (F).

He is lecturing world while in seminars and congresses, he is also giving hands-on courses and performing live demonstrations on patients in the field of adhesive and minimally invasive dentistry. As an author or co-author, David has published widely in scientific national and international journals on this topic.

Course Info:

  • Topic: Fundamentals of Recreating the Tooth with Adhesive Technology
  • Date: April 18th - 2:030 pm - 4:00 pm
  • Total CE Offered: 2 Hours

Course Description:

In this presentation, we will review the essentials of successful reconstruction of tooth with adhesive technology. Whether direct or indirect restoration is indicated, there are factors that increase the chance of success for a bonded restoration.

Doctor's Bio

Graduation from Dental School in Freiburg, Germany in 1985. Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Freiburg 1985-1991.

Dr. med. dent. thesis 1987. 1991-1993 Visiting Research Associate Professor, University of Maryland at Baltimore, USA (Grant of the German Society of Research). 1995 Dr. med. dent. habil. thesis, Vice Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics, University of Freiburg. 1997 Professor and Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics, Propaedeutics and Dental Materials, Christian-Albrechts University at Kiel, Germany. In Dec 2011 Dr. Kern received the Schweitzer Research Award of the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics (GNYAP).

Dr. Kern served as President of the German Society for Prosthetic Dentistry and Biomaterials (DGPro) from June 2012 until September 2016. Dr. Kern serves in the Editorial Board of more than 10 peer-reviewed scientific journals and has published more than 400 scientific articles. In 2017 his book “RBFDPs – Resin Bonded Fixed Dental Prostheses – minimally invasive – esthetic – reliable“ has been published by Quintessence.

Course Info:

  • Topic: Improving the Biomimetic Protocol
  • Date: April 18th - 4:30pm - 5:30pm
  • Total CE Offered: 1 Hour

Course Description:

Two improvements to the standard biomimetic protocol are described. Conservation of tooth structure is enhanced by the use of silver diamine fluoride/ potassium iodide in what is now being called the SMART technique.

Gap-free dentin replacement is easily accomplished by use of a revolutionary bulk fill composite which shrinks toward the tooth.

Doctor's Bio

Raymond L. Bertolotti received his D.D.S. degree from the University of California, San Francisco, after working as a Ph.D. metallurgical and ceramic engineer at Sandia National Laboratories.

Dr. Bertolotti is perhaps best known for introducing “total etch” to North America in 1984.  He also introduced  Panavia in 1985, tin plating in 1989,  self-etching primers in 1992 and HealOzone in 2004.

As a founder of Danville Materials and Director of Research, the sectional Contact Matrix system, "MicroPrime", "MicroEtcher" sandblasting and intraoral tin-plating are also his developments.  He is a well known international lecturer, having presented invited lectures in over 30 countries.

Course Info:

  • Topic:CAD/CAM Dentistry- What you don’t see can bite you!
  • Date: April 17th - 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Total CE Offered: 1 Hour

Course Description:

Restorative Dentistry today is driven by CAD/CAM generated restorations. Dentists are using the old-style restorative preparation guidelines to prepare teeth for CAD/CAM not being aware that the preparations are incompatible with the algorithms of the CAD/CAM software. 

This incompatibility produces poorly fitting restorations doomed to failure and the dentist is totally unaware of this fatal flaw. 

This program will demonstrate those algorithms and guide the dentist in creating higher quality restorations.

Doctor's Bio

Dr. Randy Shoup is a 1981 graduate of Indiana University School of Dentistry. Dr. Shoup served in the US Public Health Service for 3 years. Dr. Shoup practices microscope based biomimetic dentistry in Indianapolis. He is the Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry. Dr. Shoup lectures across the United States on microscope based restorative dentistry utilizing minimally invasive, biomimetic techniques.

Dr. Shoup holds two US patents and has developed a technique for placing pit and fissure sealants that never come off, never leak, and never get recurrent decay.

Dr. Shoup is the founder and president of K.I.N D. (Kenya Initiative for New Dentistry). Dr. Shoup’s foundation places the special sealants on the teeth of the Maasai Tribe Children in the Maasai Mara region of Kenya. Dr. Shoup also provides school supplies and backpacks to the children. Dr. Shoup has also established a feminine hygiene supplies program for the young girls of the Mara.

Dr. Shoup has a one hour radio program on dental, medical, health, nutrition, wellness, and patient advocacy called the Dr. Shoup Show. The program is a podcast on the web at www.ddsradio.com.

Dr. Shoup is the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry. Dr. Shoup has taught in the following centers of dental education: Nova Southeastern School of Dentistry, West Virginia School of Dentistry, Indiana University School of Dentistry, Alleman-Dellipieri Teaching Center, ADA, and the AGD.

Dr. Shoup currently is conducting a lecture series across the US on how to restore the endodontically treated tooth and simple to complex direct composite restorations.

Course Info:

  • Topic:The LAPIP Protocol: A Predictable Cost-Effective Peri‐Implantitis Treatment
  • Date: April 18th - 1:30pm - 2:30pm
  • Total CE Offered: 1 Hour

Course Description:

An increase in the number of ailing and failing implants is being reported worldwide. Peri‐implantitis is becoming a growing concern in the dental community with estimates of 12% to 40% of implants placed being affected. Present treatment modalities, many which are based on periodontal surgical procedures, include surgical resection, regenerative therapies, and removal of the affected fixtures can be traumatic, technique sensitive and costly. A unique protocol, LAPIP, will be discussed that has been shown to be a more patient‐friendly, cost‐effective and a less traumatic way to treat patients with affected implants.

  • 1. Identify which lasers can be used effectively to treat peri‐implantitis
  • 2. Comprehend the etiology of peri‐implantitis
  • 3. Recognize applications, advantages, and disadvantages of LAPIP for the treatment of peri‐implantitis over traditional surgical methods

“LANAP: A Predictable Laser Protocol for Periodontitis” Periodontal disease is associated as a contributing factor in many systemic diseases. Therefore, the need for treating it can be essential for the patients’ overall health. Traditional therapy via pocket reduction surgery, which may be perceived as invasive and painful, can prevent patients from seeking treatment. The FDA approved LANAP protocol, addresses periodontitis by following the basic tenets of biology, regeneration and wound healing. This protocol takes periodontics back to its “ROOTS” of saving the dentition in a much more patient-friendly, predictable and tissue sparing way.

Learn:
  • 1. to understand how the LANAP protocol works to aid in the regeneration of periodontal apparatus
  • 2. how the LANAP protocol can increase case acceptance for periodontal treatment

Doctor's Bio

Dr. Allen Honigman, a board‐certified periodontist originally from Ottawa, Ontario in Canada, received his B.Sc in Biochemistry from the University of Ottawa. He pursued an honors degree in Genetics at the University of Western Ontario and attended Idaho State University, where he received his Masters degree in Microbiology and Immunology. After working towards a Ph.D. in Microbiology at the University Of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, he decided on a dental career and went on to complete his Doctorate of Dental Surgery in 1991. From there, he went directly to UCLA, where he finished his periodontic specialty training residency in 1993. Dr. Honigman practiced in Southern California until he moved to Guam in 1995, to accept a position as a periodontist and dental director for Pacificare. While there, he had the opportunity to lecture at local dental society meetings. In 1999, Dr. Honigman was offered a faculty position as the Director for Undergraduate Periodontic Clinical Education at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where he was awarded “Clinical Faculty of the Year” by the dental students. While there, he also gave a continuing education course on Periodontal Esthetic Surgery for the Cleveland dental community.

In 2001, Dr. Honigman moved to Arizona to practice, and in 2003, opened a periodontics and implant practice in Chandler. He began utilizing CT‐guided implant treatment planning and placement in early 2004, and is one of the most prolific users of the technology in Arizona. In 2006, Dr. Honigman became the first periodontist in Phoenix, and the second in Arizona, to incorporate the LANAP protocol into his practice. He has lectured on computer‐guided implant treatment planning at the 2009 IALD Annual Clinicians Meeting in Cancun, Mexico. He lectures on LANAP and LAPIP to dental study clubs and dental meetings nationally and internationally. In November 2009, he became the only certified instructor for IALD/Millennium Dental Technologies in Arizona and immensely enjoys teaching GPs and specialists about the LANAP and LAPIP protocols.

Schedule

Thursday - 4/16/2020

Friday - 4/17/2020

  • Dr. David Gerdolle 8:00am - 10:00am
  • Break 10:00am - 10:30am
  • Dr. David Gerdolle 10:30am - 12:00pm
  • Lunch 12:00pm - 1:00pm
  • Dr. Alireza Sadr 1:00pm - 2:45pm
  • Break 2:45pm - 3:15pm
  • Dr. Grant Chyz 3:15pm - 4:45pm
  • Dr. Charlie Ruefenacht 4:45pm - 5:15pm

Friday Evening

  • Dinner With Presenters 7:00pm - End

Saturday - 4/18/2020

  • Dr. Matthias Kern 8:00am - 10:00am
  • Break 10:00am - 10:30am
  • Dr. Matthias Kern 10:30am - 12:00pm
  • Lunch 12:00pm - 1:00pm
  • ABD Annual Meeting 1:00pm - 1:30pm
  • Allen Honigman 1:30pm - 2:30pm
  • Break 2:30pm - 3:00pm
  • Dr. Randy Shoup 3:00pm - 4:00pm
  • Dr. Ray Bertolotti 4:00pm - 5:00pm
  • Q&A - Insurance and Biomimetics 5:00pm - 5:30pm

PRICING PLANS

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This Annual Conference is going to be the biggest and best by far.

Again, we’ll be in a beautiful hotel space in Dallas — the Omni Park West Hotel.

Expect more booths. More speakers. More meeting space.

Intro to Biomimetic Dentistry - 101

Build your foundation and get a head start on the fundamentals of Biomimetic Dentistry before the conference in this comprehensive course.

April 16th, Omni Parker West, Dallas TX
Time: Noon – 5pm
Price: $300

This introductory course includes a line-up of four dynamic presenters who will explain and demonstrate the basics of Biomimetic Dentistry as well as the mechanics and applications used in the practice.

If you’re new to Biomimetic Dentistry, or would like a refresher on skills and practices, then this course is for you.

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Dinner With the Lecturers

The Academy will again be hosting a special dinner with lecturers from the field of Biomimetic Dentistry. This will be held Friday, April 17th at 7pm.

Seats for this exclusive engagement typically SELL OUT QUICKLY and are only available on a first come, first serve basis.

We encourage everyone to reserve their seat for this dinner ASAP.

The price for this dinner is $150

What fellow Biomimetic Dentists are saying

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The Venue

The elegant Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West puts you close to the best attractions of dynamic Dallas, Texas.

Located near the vibrant Las Colinas Business District, and only 10 minutes from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, this 12-story upscale hotel invites you to experience luxury in a modern yet comfortable and inviting setting.

Inspired by the local flavor of Dallas, Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West is framed by a luminous lake and a lush green park, complete with walking paths, and set among an emerging neighborhood.

Whether business or pleasure brings you to the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, choose Omni Dallas Hotel at Park West for luxury hotel accommodations and unmatched service.

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