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Dr. Brown at the Global Dental Implant Academy USA Symposium 2017

Philadelphia’s own Dr. I. Stephen Brown presented at this year’s Global Dental Implant Academy USA Symposium, May 20-21 st , 2017 at the Sheraton Cerritos Hotel in California. The annual symposium is in its sixth year of educating and training dental clinicians and advancing the field of dental implants. The GDIA brings together experts in implant dentistry to teach, lecture, demonstrate, and review current research. It offers the highest level of information on advanced techniques and practices. Participants in the symposium are dedicated to perpetual learning and professional growth. The two days are filled with opportunities to listen to experts, observe state-of- the-art techniques, and participate in hands-on practice with the latest procedures. The GDIA invites leaders in the industry, as well as international and local manufacturers and suppliers, to further the continuing education of the dedicated clinicians. There are also opportunities for dental hygienists, dental assistants, office staff, and laboratory technicians to discover the latest innovations in dental technology, products and services.

More than 20 presenters, speakers with diverse expertise, and leaders in the dental implant industry from around the world presented at the Symposium. Dr. Brown, of The Perio Group, presented on Narrow Diameter Implants: Creative Solutions to Vexing Clinical Problems. Key Points include:

  • Presentation of numerous examples of favorable clinical outcomes
  • Can “Mini Implants” be used to produce functional and cosmetically acceptable tooth replacements?
  • How do narrow diameter implants differ from conventional sized implants?
  • What are the clinical indications to support the use of this treatment modality?

As a Fellow of The Academy of Osseointegration and a leader in the field of using osseointegrated implants to replace lost teeth, Dr. Brown shared his research and experience using these “mini implants” to solve interesting clinical problems. In light of his experience as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Temple University School of Dentistry, and the Dental Implant Center at Albert Einstein Medical Center, he is honored to have the opportunity to instruct his colleagues in this area.

As a recently-selected Examiner for the American Board of Periodontology, Philadelphia is proud to have Dr. Brown represent The Perio Group at the Symposium and encourage others in the field to use these advanced techniques in their practices.

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