Apr
17
6:00 PM18:00

Dinner Meeting

Treatment Planning in Implant Dentistry

Speaker: Dr. Nicolas Elian (Click for CV)

Credits: 2 CE Credits

General Membership Dinner Meetings are at no cost for M-OCDS members and $90 for non-members payable at the door.


LECTURE DESCRIPTION
This presentation will provide you with a comprehensive overview of diagnosis and treatment planning in Implant Dentistry. It is prudent first to evaluate accurate diagnosis and treatment planning for long term outcome. Owing to the significant amount of knowledge and experience that must be incorporated by practitioners who provide dental implant therapy, it follows that a primary factor responsible for complications and failures is often related to misdiagnosis and inadequate treatment planning. Topics covered will include extraction and immediate implant placement, provisionalization, and Immediate loading

Learning Objectives
This presentation will enable you to:

  1. understand the biological considerations and clinical realities for implant surgery
  2. evaluate the essential parameters necessary for the diagnosis, treatment planning, and integration of implant restorations in order to achieve successful rehabilitation of patients and avoid treatment complications
  3. Understand and identify the factors that can cause complications and diagnose them before treatment
  4. To describe the proper sequence of diagnosis and treatment planning, which when combined with proper surgical and restorative therapy may avoid many of the complications seen with implant therapy today

Dr. Nicolas Elian

Dr. Elian was the former Division Head of Implant Department in the Dr. Authur Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry at the New York University College of Dentistry. He was also program director of the Advanced Program for international dentists, and fellowship program as well as the Director of Experimental Research. He was involved extensively in the fields of Tissue Engineering, Distraction Osteogenesis, Aesthetic Implant Design, and Guided Bone Regeneration. He has lectured nationally and internationally on many topics related to Aesthetic Implant Dentistry and Guided Bone Regeneration and published numerous articles in peer review journals. 

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Mar
13
6:30 PM18:30

New Member Dinner Meeting

Successful 401k Plan Sponsorship: What Plan Sponsors Need to Know
Speaker: Christina Anstett, JD

An Open Discussion of Financial Planning & eMoney Video
Speaker: Michael Maggiore

Estate, Tax and Business Planning for the Small Business Owner
Speaker: Richard Greenberg, Esq.

Location: Riverview Pavilion, Belmar

Credits: 2 CE Credits

General Membership Dinner Meetings are at no cost for M-OCDS members and $90 for non-members payable at the door.

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Oct
10
6:30 PM18:30

Dinner Meeting

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Diagnosis and Treatments

Speaker: Kenneth Newkirk, MD (Click for CV)

Credits: 2 CE Credits

General Membership Dinner Meetings are at no cost for M-OCDS members and $90 for non-members payable at the door.


COURSE DESCRIPTION
Sleep disordered breathing encompasses whole spectrum of upper airway breathing disturbances of which obstructive sleep apnea is one of its most severe forms. OSA may be associated with a number of physiological abnormalities including an increased risk of cardiovascular disorders (e.g. hypertension) and death. A number of treatment options are available for the management of OSA, both medical (e.g., CPAP) and surgical.  The objectives of this lecture are to understand the indications and/or role of oral appliances and some of the more recent advances in Sleep Medicine Soft Tissue Surgery including TORS (Transoral Robotic Surgery) and Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation.

Objectives

  • Update information on sleep physiology in adults
  • Understand the indications for CPAP and oral appliances in obstructive sleep apnea management
  • Understand the role DISE (Drug Induced Sleep Endoscopy)
  • Understand the surgical options for soft tissue management of the upper airway in adults – Otolaryngologist perspective
  • Understand the role of TORS (Transoral Robotic Surgery) and Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation

Outline

  • Brief review of sleep medicine physiology
  • Role of CPAP and oral devices
  • Surgical techniques for sleep medicine – Otolaryngologist perspective
  • Surgical techniques
  • TORS (Transoral Robotic Surgery)
  • Hypoglossal Nerve Stimulation
  • Conclusions

Kenneth Newkirk, M.D.
Fellowship Trained, Head and Neck Oncologic Surgery
Board Certified, Pediatric and Adult Otolaryngology

Dr. Newkirk received his undergraduate degree in Psychology from Brown University in Providence, R.I. Dr. Newkirk completed medical school at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, and did his internship and residency in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Med Star – Georgetown University Hospital.

Dr. Newkirk went on to pursue further training in Head and Neck Surgical Oncology, completing a NIH sponsored K12 research fellowship at the Lombardi Cancer Center in Washington, D.C. and a clinical Head and Neck Surgical Oncology fellowship at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston Texas.

Dr. Newkirk has authored multiple scientific publications and book chapters, and his work has been presented at numerous national meetings. He is a member of the American Head and Neck Society, the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery, and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

Dr. Newkirk has received numerous patient care awards and citations for compassionate care. He has been included in Castle Connelly’s Top Doctors, 2014 and has been highly rated on Angie’s List. Dr. Newkirk specializes in the management of tumors of the head and neck, as well as general otolaryngology.

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