Peri-implant diseases section - Friday AM Parallel Sessions
Friday 24 April
Over the years the prevalence of biologic complications has been increasing and peri-implant diseases became a clinical reality with significant challenges in terms of therapeutic management. Furthermore, the definition and criteria of peri-implant diseases have not always been universally accepted. Recently, the Consensus statements deriving from the 2017 World Workshop in Periodontology provided appropriate diagnostic criteria for defining health and disease around implants. The aim of this lecture is to address and discuss potential local and systemic implications arising from the new classification of peri-implant diseases consensus statements.
Present and apply the newly defined criteria from the 2017 WWP to address common clinical diagnostic dilemmas, including those stemming from different surgical and prosthetic iatrogenic causes.
Discuss the evidence on potential risk factors for periimplantitis, as well as, of the potential systemic impact of severe periimplantitis.
Understand the newly defined criteria from the 2017 WWP on peri-implant health and disease.
Recognise potential implications arising from the new classification of peri-implant diseases, both on the diagnosis and treatment of these diseases.
Recognise the possibility of severe periimplantitis to affect systemic health and the emerging potential relevant public health issue, in view of the global spread of dental implant therapy.
Dr. Phoebus Madianos is Professor of Periodontology and Dean at the School of Dentistry, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. He received his DDS degree from the same University and his clinical certificate in graduate Periodontics, as well as his PhD degree in Oral Microbiology from Gothenburg University. After working as Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina, he returned to Athens and joined the department of Periodontology at the University of Athens in 2003. He is currently the Director of the Graduate Program in Periodontology and of the Osseointegrated Implant Unit of the Dental School at the University of Athens.
He has been President of the European Federation of Periodontology and a Board member of the Continental European Division of the International Association for Dental Research. He is currently the chair of the Scientific Affairs Committee of EFP and of the organizing committee of EuroPerio10.
He has published over 80 scientific papers in international journals, which have received over 7500 citations, in the fields of periodontal pathogenesis, periodontal medicine and Implantology.
He has received international awards for his research activity, including the "Hans-R. Mülhemann Research Prize" from the Swiss Society of Periodontology in 1997, the "Anthony A. Rizzo Award" from the International Association for Dental Research in 2004, and the "Clinical Research Award" from the American Academy of Periodontology in 2006.
To present the available evidence-based treatment choices in non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
- To review the available literature on the role of personal and professional plaque control around implants during the treatment of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
- To discuss the evidence supporting different treatment protocols available in the area of non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis/peri-implantitis including the choice of instruments.
- To discuss/debate the evidence available on the adjunctive benefit of the use of chemical agents (local and systemic) during the non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
- To describe the clinical outcomes expected and the limitations of non-surgical treatment in peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
By the end of the presentation the audience will:
- Identify the different evidence-based treatment protocols available for non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis/peri-implantitis.
- Recognise the available instruments and chemical agents that can be used in the of non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis/peri-implantitis.
- Be able to discuss with their patients the intended outcomes and predictability of non-surgical treatment of peri-implant mucositis/peri-implantitis.
GDC Development outcome C
Dr Nikolaos Gkranias qualified in Dentistry from Athens University. In 2003, following his military service as a dentist in the Greek Army, he was accepted as a postgraduate at UCL Eastman Dental Institute’s 3 year MClinDent Course in Periodontology. He graduated in 2006 and he was awarded with “Distinction” a MClinDent in Periodontology as well as a European Federation in Periodontology (EFP) Certificate in Periodontology. In 2014 he was awarded a PhD in Clinical Periodontology under the theme of “Associations of Periodontitis and Diabetes Mellitus. Between years 2009 and 2016 he was a Clinical Lecturer and Speciality Dentist in Periodontology Unit, at UCL Eastman Dental Institute and Eastman Dental Hospital. In June 2016, he was appointed Senior Clinical Lecturer & Honorary Consultant in Periodontology in the newly found Centre for Oral Clinical Research (COCR), Barts & The London School of Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London.
The aim of this lecture is to discuss the scientific evidence for supportive therapy for the prevention of peri-implant disease.
- To understand the rationale for supportive care for dental implants.
- To look at the evidence for implant supportive care.
- To look at what implant supportive care might include and the frequency of supportive care interventions.
- Understand the rationale for supportive care for dental implants.
- Understand the evidence for supportive care for dental implants.
- Help clinicians to develop an evidence based implant supportive program for their patients.
GDC Development Outcomes C & D
Ian is a Specialist Periodontist based in Liverpool and Wilmslow. He is the former teaching lead in Periodontics and Senior Clinical Teacher in Periodontics at Liverpool University and lectures around the UK with Phil Ower and the PerioCourses team. Ian is the Commercial Liaison Officer for the British Society of Periodontology and is part of the BSP Faculty.
The aim of this lecture is to discuss the scientific evidence supporting the use of systemic antimicrobials in the management of peri-implantitis.
To understand the rationale for the use of systemic antimicrobials in the treatment of peri-implantitis.
To evaluate if systemic antimicrobials could have a role in the non-surgical therapy of peri-implantitis.
To evaluate if systemic antimicrobials could have a role in the surgical therapy of peri-implantitis.
To analyze the negative factors associated with the use of systemic antimicrobials.
Understand the microbiological etiology of peri-implant diseases.
Rationale use of systemic antimicrobials in the management of peri-implant diseases.
Update on the current problems associated with unnecessary systemic antimicrobial prescription.
GDC Development Outcomes C & D
Full-time Professor of Periodontology, University Complutense of Madrid (UCM)
Associated Dean for Clinics (UCM)
Co-director of the Graduate Program in Periodontology (UCM), accredited by European Federation of Periodontology (EFP)
President of the Spanish Society of Periodontology (SEPA, 2013-2016)
President of the Continental European Division (CED) of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR)
Vice-president of the Periodontal Research Group (PRG) of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR)
Scientific activity within Periodontal & Periimplant Etiology, Therapy, Microbiology and Antimicrobials: more than 100 scientific publications in JCR journals.