Dr. Joseph Massad & DR. MOSTAFA EL SHERIF

Dr. Joseph Massad & DR. MOSTAFA EL SHERIF


USA
DR. JOSEPH MASSAD
Adjunctive professor of Prosthodontics, Tufts University, School of Dental Medicine, USA. He is in private practice in Tulsa, Okla. A Fellow of the American and the International College of Dentists, a Regent/Fellow of the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics.
DR. MOSTAFA EL SHERIF
President and CEO Dental consulting USA. Owner and prosthodontics private practice Concord USA. Senior advisor for the Massad Center of Higher Learning. Ex Chairman Tufts university Dental Alumni. Ex Chairman American college of forensic dentistry. President of 21st Century dental study club, Trustee Concord Hospital Trust Board.

Dr. Joseph Massad

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Prof. Massad is in private practice in Tulsa, Okla, he is a Fellow of both the American and the International College of Dentists, a Regent/Fellow of the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics, and is an honorary member of the American College of Prosthodontics. Currently, he holds faculty positions at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Mass; the University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School in San Antonio, Texas; the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, College of Dentistry, Memphis, Tenn, Loma Linda University School of Dentistry Loma Linda, CA. and the University of Okla School of Dentistry, Okla City, Oklahoma. Dr. Massad was a co-recipient of the Journal of Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry Best Clinical Article in 2009 for his article the Neutral Zone a guide to Implant Placement.

DR. MOSTAFA EL SHERIF

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Prof. Mostafa has obtained his B.D.S from Alexandria University in 1979, D.M.D IS 1995 Tufts Dental USA, MScD in Restorative Dentistry from Tanta University 1983, PhD prosthodontics and Dental materials Oklahoma University College of Dentistry/Tanta University 1988. He is the inventor of the cosmetic preparation the ceramic reverse anterior 3/4 crown where it is widely used worldwide and has improved cosmetic dentistry.

Workshop Title:

The Paradigmatic Transformation in the Fabrication of Complete Full Mouth Prostheses & Implant Positioning

Date:

Wednesday 7th November 2018

Price:

1000 EGP

About the workshop:

Off with the Old Problems, On with the New Solutions in the Complete and Implant Retained Overdenture. This live patient presentation will demonstrate the Evaluation & Assessment protocol of a patient assessment and examination recording all findings utilizing a digital application which streamlines the entire procedure in 20 minutes allowing a factual and undeniable informed consent allowing the practitioner to clearly provide patients a thorough understanding of their dental condition and treatment options. After the patients’ treatment acceptance, Impressions of both arches will be performed followed by accurate jaw positioning, esthetic preview, and neuromuscular readings.
The final newly engineered prostheses will be placed in the patient’s mouth secured into occlusion with radiographic markers on the prostheses and a CBCT will be completed. The CBCT scan will also be scanned with the same radio markers on the prostheses placed on a model holder separately will be scanned to be superimposed while planning implant positioning. This dual scanning approach has great implementations in today’s precision paradigmatic full-arch prosthesis.

workshop Objectives:

1. Understand and be able to implement a thorough full mouth examination.

2. Be able to make a definitive edentulous impression in a single appoint with superior accuracy.

3. Be able to make a definitive repeatable jaw recording without bimanual manipulation.

4. Be able to allow your patient to preview and critique their smile while record making.

5. Be able to make a neuromuscular impression of the oral and peri oral muscles facial expression and mastication and apply to the final prosthesis overall shape.

6. Be able to understand the rationale for dual CBCT scanning and how the newly engineer prosthesis is essential in the role in implant positioning.

Agenda:

9:00 – 12:00   Live Patient presentation will demonstrate the Evaluation & Assessment protocol of a patient assessment and examination recording all findings utilizing a digital application which streamlines the entire procedure in 20 minutes allowing a factual and undeniable informed consent allowing the practitioner to clearly provide patients a thorough understanding of their dental condition and treatment options. After the patients’ treatment acceptance, Impressions of both arches will be performed followed by accurate jaw positioning, esthetic preview, and neuromuscular readings.

12:00 – 1:30 Lunch Break

1:30- 4:30 The final newly engineered prostheses will be placed in the patient’s mouth secured into occlusion with radiographic markers on the prostheses and a CBCT will be completed.  The CBCT scan will also be scanned with the same radio markers on the prostheses placed on a model holder separately will be scanned to be superimposed while planning implant positioning. This dual scanning approach has great implementations in today’s precision paradigmatic full-arch prosthesis.

4:30 – 5:30 Exam