Dr Michael Sonick recently presented on the main podium to the International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI) at their national meeting in New Orleans. The ICOI is the largest academy of implant dentists with over 16,000 members worldwide. Dr Sonick’s topic, Prosthetic Guided Bone Regeneration, was well received by the academy. This was his fourth time presenting to this prestigious group of which he also is a Diplomate.
Dr Michael Sonick poses with his friends, co-presenters Doctors Scott Ganz and Alvaro Ordonez, following his presentation.
Implant Site Development has been translated into Spanish and Chinese
Dr. Michael Sonick and Associates is proud to announce the textbook “Implant Site Development” has now been published in both Spanish, and Chinese. It’s great that our textbook is able to reach a larger market of dental professionals.
The link to purchase this publication in Spanish can be found HERE:View Page
Chinese is set to be released to print later this year!
Dr. Michael Sonick presented his lecture on Periodontal Plastic/Oral Reconstructive Surgery on Sunday, September 29th. Dr. Sonick was well received by fellow clinicians at the American Academy of Periodontology conference, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His presentation “Esthetic Crown Lengthening” went into depth on the ins and outs of Crown Lengthening and periodontal plastic surgery. Dr. Michael Sonick presented alongside Drs. Frank Celenza and Edward Gottesman.
The conference was a great event full of Continuing Education for clinicians on the latest techniques. The AAP holds their annual meeting once a year to discuss a wealth of knowledge and resources, with clinicians able to meet and discuss the latests trends in the industry. It was a great 5 day event fulled with some of the greatest Periodontists. Next year will be the American Academy of Periodontology Centenial Celebration!
On September 19th and 20th Dr Michael Sonick presented to clinicians in Orlando, Florida. The Advanced Surgical Cadaver course was designed for clinicians who are actively placing implants and would like to expand and/or refine their surgical knowledge, skills and techniques. This course provided clinicians with a unique opportunity to practice complicated implant procedures, including regenerative techniques and immediate implant loading, and then immediately refine these techniques using human cadavers.
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Drs. Salama & Garber asked me to host this Wednesday’s “Webinar Wednesday” on Dental XP. The webinar is entitled, Extraction and Bone Grafting Techniques to Optimize Site Preservation, will begin Wednesday August 14, at 9:00 am and will repeat throughout the day. Above you will find the link to the webinar. There is no charge.
On June 8th, Dr. Sonick and team volunteered for the CT Mission of Mercy. The two day clinic provides free dental care to the under-served and uninsured in Connecticut – those that would otherwise go without dental care. Oral health is inseparable from general health and can affect a person’s self-esteem, compromise their ability to work, attend school and lead a normal life. The Connecticut Foundation for Dental Outreach (CDFO) in collaboration with the Connecticut State Dental Association (CSDA) held the state’s first Mission of Mercy project in 2008. Every year, the Connecticut Mission of Mercy project is held in a different location throughout the state.
“Volunteering at CT Mission of Mercy gives me an opportunity to give back to the community in which I grew up in. There is so much unmet need. I find it a privilege to help albeit in a very small way, “Dr. Sonick stated.
CT Mission of Mercy General Information:
Services provided include: cleanings, x-rays, fillings, extractions, root canals, and limited partial dentures. Oral health education and nutritional instruction are also provided as oral hygiene and making healthy food chooses is a factor in good overall health.
Dr. Michael Sonick presents at the ICOI Spring Symposium
On May 16th, Dr. Michael Sonick presented at the ICOI Spring Symposium at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nevada. His discussion, “Bone Grafting of the Maxilla to Provide for Ideal Implant Placement” was well received by all in attendance. The three-day event consisted of dental experts from around the country giving presentations on dental implants. Dr. Michael Sonick’s presentation dealt with teeth extraction, bone grafting techniques, suturing, and optimizing site preservation. The event was a great place for networking, and learning additional techniques for the practice.
The International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI) was founded in 1972. Devoted to providing implant education to the entire dental team to better serve its patients, the ICOI is not only the world’s largest dental implant organization, but it is also the world’s largest provider of continuing dental implant education.
To serve the needs of all of our members, including each segment of the dental implant team, and to provide them with high quality education to better serve their patients.
Dr. Michael Sonick presents in Italy
On Saturday May 18th, Dr. Michael Sonick traveled with NYU International Program, to Palermo, Italy. Dr Sonick’s lecture on Hard and Soft Tissue Regeration in Preperation for Ideal Implant Placement was very well received. Discussed were various techniques used for bone and tissue regeneration, as well as esthetic and gingival procedures.