Posters, Table Clinics and Abstracts


Here is the list of award winners for each category:


1ST Mina Nishimoto, DDS Assessment of Dimension Changes of Grafted Sinus using CBCT Advanced Education Program in Implant Dentistry School of Dentistry/ Loma Linda University
2ND Salah Huwais

Osseodensification increases primary implant stability and maintains high ISQ values during first six weeks of healing

Private practice, periodontology and implant dentistry, Jackson, Michigan
3RD Vahid Khoshkam

Long term radiographic and clinical outcomes of regenerative approach for treating peri-implantitis: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Resident of Advanced Periodontology Program at the University of Southern California

Table Clinics:


Ali Shirali

Comparison of Platelet Rich Fibrin

Associate Professor in periodontology Department in Bezmialem Vakif University

Alper Gultekin

 Histologic and Histophometric  Research Assistant, Department of Oral Implantology, Istanbul University Faculty of Dentistry, Istanbul, Turkey
3RD Keerthi Senthil, DDS  Immediate Provisionalization with a CAD-CAM Temporary Abutment and Crown: A guided soft tissue healing technique Loma Linda University


1ST Ryan S. Lee, DDS, MPH, MHA Dental Implantology in the Era of Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) and Dental Dosimetric Contouring (DDC) Assistant Clinical Professor at NYU College of Dentistry in the Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Radiology, and Medicine
 2ND  Jose Reuss  Biomimetic scaffolds in combination with Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 – for regeneration of a critical-sized defect. An animal study Master of Science candidate, Complutense University
 3RD Georgios Kotsakis Simplified Minimally Invasive Antral Membrane Elevation Technique: Clinical and Radiographic Results  Resident, Advanced Education Program in Periodontology, University of Minnesota

The American Academy of Implant Dentistry Annual Meeting was held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando November 5-8, 2014. This dynamic meeting featured more than fifty noted authorities in implant dentistry. Poster Presentations, Table Clinics and Abstracts were an important part of this meeting and an ideal opportunity for dental professionals and graduate students to participate. 

We will accept applications for Posters, Table Clinics, and Abstracts until October 15, 2014 or we reach capacity. Applicants will receive an email within a month of submitting the application to verify acceptance provided your application is complete. Only applications received by September 1, 2014 will be published in the Annual Meeting Onsite Program Book.

If you have any questions about the scientific content, the application process, the status of your application, the time of your presentation or other logistics, contact Catherine Elliott at 312.335.1550 x225 or e-mail at

Meeting Registration 
Full-time dental students who are Poster Presenters, Table Clinic Presenters, and Abstract Presenters are eligible for complimentary meeting registration. Students are responsible for their own housing and all other expenses connected with attending the meeting. 

Non-student Poster Presenters, Table Clinic Presenters, and Abstract Presenters (ie. not full-time dental students) must register to attend the meeting at full Dentist rates and are responsible for their own housing and all other expenses connected with attending the meeting.

Poster Presentations, Abstracts and Table Clinic Submsisons  are now closed as we have reached capacity.

Description of Submission (limited to 300 words)
A Table Clinic, Poster Presentation or Abstract Presentation description (abstract) usually consists of the following components:
-Descriptive Title
-Introduction (A statement of the purpose of the study, a brief statement of the problem, and all relevant background information for example historical perspective of the topic)
-Material and methods (The instruments utilized to develop the study) 
-Conclusion (Please include any clinical relevance)
-Bibliography: Cite the references in the following format:
Articles: English CE. Biomechanical concerns with fixed partial dentures involving implants. Implant Dent 1993; 2:221-242.
Books: Roberts WE, Hohlt WF, Arbuckle GR. The supporting structures and dental adaptation. In: McNeill C, editor. Science and Practice of       Occlusion. Chicago IL: Quintessence Publishing Co, Inc; 1997.p 79-94.