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Lecture : 9:00AM - 12:00PM

4 CE Points

Online Via ZOOM

Speakers and Topics:
9:00am- 10:30am: 

The prevention of clinical complications by the use of digital technologies

Dr. Fabrizia Luongo

AGD Subject Code: 730


It is well demonstrated by the literature that around 70% of the failures in dental therapy are related to errors in diagnosis and treatment planning. The introduction of digital devices in dental practice and their continuous improvement is an important help for the clinician to make the best clinical decision for every single patient, reducing the risk of complications. 


A collection of digital data from Facial and Intraoral Scanners, CBCT and other sources inserted in powerful software, gives the clinician the complete avatar of the patient which can be investigated layer by layer offering reliable images for the best diagnosis.


The advancement of device’s potential has made it possible to use a complete digital workflow for most implant rehabilitation treatments. However, various errors can be collected during the different digital steps which can lead to difficulties in clinical applications. It is important to know all the benefits and limits of the single devices for a proper use of them. A large presentation of clinical cases and their follow up will offer to the audience a clear motivation on how today the digital technologies can make the dental treatments safer and more predictable.

Dr. Fabrizia Luongo graduated in Dentistry at the “Sacro Cuore” University in Rome Between 2011 and 2012 she attended the Periodontics Preceptorship Program at UCLA in Los Angeles. During 2013, she frequented the Basic Course of Implantology and Restorative Dentistry at the University of Guarulhos (UnG Sao Paulo, Brasil). Back to Italy she took her Master of Science in Periodontics after a two-year program between 2013 and 2014 at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.


In 2014, she attended the Advanced Course of Implantology and Restorative Dentistry at the University of Guarulhos (UnG Sao Paulo, Brasil). Since 2013,  Dr. Fabrizia Luongo has her private practice in Rome and Verona where she is mainly focused on the Periodontology and Implantology. She also dedicates her practice on the application of digital technology in Dentistry. Companies Reference Instructor for digital applications in Implantology. She is a Board Member of the Digital Dentistry Society (DDS), Active Member since its foundation and Ambassador of the DDS Italy since 2018.  She is author of several peer reviewed publications. She is author of the chapter “The virtual diagnosis and treatment planning” of English, Italian and Chinese version of the book “Digital Implantology” edited by Quintessence International.  She is Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Dentistry. In the last five years, she lectured in different Countries focusing on the aesthetic outcome of implant therapy and digital technologies applied in dentistry.

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Dr. Fabrizia Luongo



Secondary Sponsor

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Secondary Sponsor

 10:30am- 11:40pm: 
Byte Sized Tips in 3D Digital Dentistry
Dr. Pierre Obeid
AGD Subject Code: 730


  • Brief Overview of 3D Dentistry

  • Data Acquisition, Planning and Designing, Manufacturing

  • A Review of 3D Printers - SLA vs DLP vs LCD

  • Resin Materials & Validated Digital Workflows

  • Spotlight on BlueSky Plan and Medit Link

  • 3D Printing Occlusal Splint Guards

  • Post-Processing, Finishing, and Delivering your 3D Print


Dr. Obeid Graduating from the University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry, has been practicing general dentistry for over 25 years and is licensed in the Province of Ontario and the State of Michigan. He actively lectures and mentor’s dentists and denturists on the skills needed for proper communication, collaboration and efficiency in both surgical and prosthetic phases of implant dentistry and multidisciplinary approaches to complex treatments.


His areas of expertise include 3D Digital Dentistry Workflow Strategies, CBCT data acquisition and interpretation, CAD/CAM software planning, and 3D printing manufacturing and technologies. Dr. Obeid is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology (DABOI), a Diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (DICOI), a Fellow at the American Academy of Implant Dentistry (FAAID), a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry (FAGD) as well as certified in intravenous sedation.


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Dr. Pierre Obeid

 11:40am- 1:00pm: 

Anatomic Scalloped Implant Osteotomies:
Introducing a NEW Universal Drilling system


AGD Subject Code: 690



As dental restorative material strengths continue to improve the center of weakness for dental implantology has become the implant-abutment interface. In response dental implant manufactures have modified this connection to prevent abutment screw loosing created by external forces. Crestal alveolar bone loss or “Die Back” has exploited the improved retention of these connections leaving them vulnerable to overloading which can initiate abutment fracture, screw fracture and even implant fractures. A biological osteotomy creating a bedding for implant-abutment synergy can aide in maintaining future crestal bone formation. Proper bone formation preventing the dreaded “Die Back” of alveolar bone reduces complications ultimately leading to enhanced emergence profiles, increased restorative esthetics and increased dental implant longevity. This course will provide the participants with the practical knowledge and skills of a new paradigm shift in biological implant preparation. The lecture will discuss cosmetic scalloping of hard and soft tissue to proper configuration and predictable osteotomy in all areas of surgical interest from single tooth to full arch replacement. 


Learning Objectives:


  • How to develop a “release zone” around implants?

  • Developing “Biological Osteomies”

  • Creating “bedding” for an implant/abutment synergy?

  • Tools and Techniques to avoid “die back” of the bone

  • Learn how to predictably guide the future bone formation around implants




Isaac Tawil, DDS MS,  Diplomat International Academy Dental Implantology, Diplomat International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics, Fellow International Congress of Oral Implantology, MINEC Ambassadors (Megagen International Network of Educators and Clinicians, Digital Dental USA society board of directors, Denistry Today top 225 CE providers, Faculty Osseodensification Academy, Brighter way Educational Director Phoenix, Arizona, Digital Director Guided Smile, Ambassador SlowDentistry, Ambassador Clean Implant Foundation, Pierre Fauchard award for outstanding achievements, Fellow Advanced Dental Implant Academy, Presidential Service Award Outstanding Achievements, Private Practice, Brooklyn, New York, Founder and Co-Director and of Advanced Implant Education, Partner TBS instruments/ Universal Shapers



Isaac Tawil

CE Provider:


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

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