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2023 PAGD Annual Meeting and PEAK Track I & II Spring Meeting

  • April 20, 2023
  • 8:30 AM
  • April 23, 2023
  • 12:00 PM
  • Sheraton Philadelphia University City


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The 2023 PAGD Annual Meeting and PEAK Spring Meeting will be at the Sheraton University City, Philadelphia from April 20-23, 2023. The brief schedule is below:

Thursday, April 20

PEAK Presentations from your Colleagues

Hear your colleagues present real-world examples of how they implemented lessons learned on perio, pediatrics, and ergonomics from the 2022 Spring meeting. Nothing to present? Come anyway, the best lessons are often learned from your colleagues.

AGD Subject Code - 130 Electives
7.0 Credit Hours Available

Evening Social Event at Lucky Strike Entertainment

Friday, April 21

Esthetic Rehabilitations - From 10 Units Up by Dr. Gerard Chiche

This presentation will outline the management of risk factors for minor and major esthetic rehabilitations to maximize long-term success of ceramic materials. It will focus on:

  • Management and sequencing of the key esthetic factors necessary to achieve predictable esthetic treatment.
  • Interdisciplinary team therapy using orthodontics and periodontal procedures to optimize esthetics and occlusal outcome.
  • Esthetic rehabilitations with emphasis on VDO management and how to do increase it practically.
  • Ceramics material management for esthetic rehabilitations according to esthetics rendition, strength properties according to the severity of the malocclusion and cause of tooth wear.

AGD Subject Code - 780 Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry
7.0 Credit Hours Available

Evening Presidents Reception at Penn Dental School

Saturday, April 22

Surgical Placement of Dental Implants: A Restorative-Driven Approach by Dr. Tim Kosinski

This course will demonstrate practical step-by-step protocols in ideal dental implant surgical placement and various designs and treatment plans for prosthetic reconstruction. Attendees will leave with a comprehensive understanding of the benefits of implant dentistry to their patients.

  • Diagnose and treatment plan single unit cases to create emergence profile and smile design
  • How to be proficient, efficient and financially rewarded through implant dentistry
  • Discussion of how to implement posterior, single unit implant prosthetics: the two-appointment implant restoration
  • Administer techniques for proper atraumatic extractions and grafting for future implant sites
  • Ridge splitting to prepare for immediate implant placement
  • Detailed discussion of full-arch implant restorations: implant screw-retained, fixed-detachable bridge
  • Technology upgrades in re-treating a hybrid prosthesis
  • Chairside processing of attachments for implant retained overdentures
  • Trephine removal of a damaged implant. Treating the “failed” implant

AGD Subject Code - 690 Implants
7.0 Credit Hours Available

Sunday, April 23

Surgical Placement of Dental Implants: A Restorative-Driven Approach by Dr. Tim Kosinski, continued.

The Sunday course will feature a hands-on session with materials provided by Glidewell. Many thanks to Glidewell for its support of PEAK and PAGD.

AGD Subject Code - 690 Implants
4.0 Credit Hours Available

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