6 CE Points
AGD Subject Code : 690
Course Fee : $795 + HST
Breakfast, Break and Lunch Included
Location : Toronto, ON
Date : TBD
Schedule : 8.30AM - 4.30PM
Over the past few decades, oral implant therapy has been increasingly popular as a treatment of choice for partial and full edentulism. Although implants have shown to be highly predictable, there has also been an increase in various complications from surgical and prosthetic interventions. Some of these complications have led to acute and chronic problems for our patients and additionally, there has been a need for re-treatment. This program will review clinically some of these iatrogenic complications with regards to the lack of biological placement of implant fixtures to cementation retention leading to the potential of tissue damage and ultimately the loss of osseointegration and failure with endosseous implants. At the end of this
course, participants will have a better understanding of the prevention and management of complications related to implant therapy.
Creating a blueprint for patients during the treatment planning phase to help execute the most ideal therapy for patients
Utilizing biological and mechanical factors to help in rebuilding tissue for oral implant rehabilitation
Understand the importance of utilizing a prosthetically guided approach in planning for oral implant therapy
Managing complications and naturally rebuilding tissue architecture for future oral implant rehabilitation.
About Dr. Ira Paul Sy
Dr. Ira Paul Sy received his D.D.S. from Case Western Reserve University. He obtained his initial specialty certification training in Implants and Periodontics at the University of North Carolina, at Chapel Hill. Thereafter, he completed a Prosthetic Implant Fellowship at the University of Berne in Switzerland and further maxillofacial training with the US ARMY Dental Corp.
He has served as the Director of the Graduate Periodontology and Implantology residency program at the University of British Columbia, Canada. In addition, he has served on faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, University of British Columbia, and Case Western Reserve University as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Periodontics and is also Visiting Professor of
Periodontics at the University of Witten in Germany.
Dr. Sy was awarded Diplomate status by the American Board of Periodontology, member of the Academy of Periodontology, Academy of Osseointegration, Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Restorative and Prosthodontics, and the PEERS (Platform for Exchange of Education and Research) group for North America. He maintains a full time private practice focusing in comprehensive prosthetic/ surgical implant assisted therapy in Richmond and Vancouver, British Columbia.
Toronto Implant Academy (TIA)
Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 9-1-2022 to 8-31-2025. Provider ID# 355116