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The First Greater China Implant Symposium & International Academy of Contemporary Dentistry (iACD) Asia-Pacific Congress Speakers:

* Listed in last name alphabetical order


Dr. Edmond Bedrossian

Dr. Edmond Bedrossian received the DDS degree from the University of the Pacific, and completed his Oral and Maxillofacial Residency at Alameda Medical Center.

Dr. Bedrossian is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a Professor at the University of the Pacific School of Dentistry combining private practices with academics as the director of implant surgical training at University of the Pacific.

He has authored multiple articles and chapters on the various uses of the Zygomatic implant, bone grafting and treatment planning implant dentistry. He has also authored the textbook ”Implant treatment planning for the edentulous patient”, Forewarded by Professor Brånemark.

He has lectured with Professor Brånemark on the rehabilitation of patients with maxillofacial defects and collaborated with him in attaining FDA approval for the use of Endosseous implants in maxillofacial defects.

He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Brånemark Institute. Treasurer for California Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and Delegate to The American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons.

He is currently the President of the Brånemark Foundation North America.

Dr. Bedrossian 是美国口腔颌面外科委员会委员,太平洋大学牙科学院教授,结合私人执业与学术研究,现为太平洋大学种植手术培训主任。




In the totally edentulous patient, a paradigm shift has taken place as the graftless surgical approach has gained credibility. In order to execute this treatment concept, an algorithm for treatment as well as the management of complications must exist.

This presentation shares the different surgical treatment plans available for the delivery of the “graftless-immediate load concept”. The management of intra-operative as well as post operative complications using the “All-on-4” as well as the “Zygoma Concept” is also discussed.




Dr. Paul Chang

Dr. Chang is an adjunct professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the UTHSCSA Dental School. He is one of only four dual board-certified dental specialists in both periodontics and prosthodontics in the United States.

He is actively involved in the Southwest Society of Periodontists where he is currently serving as a board member. Dr. Chang has published several articles on dental implants and has also lectured at numerous continuing education courses around the country. He is a current member of the American College of Prosthodontists, American Academy of Periodontology, Southwest Society of Periodontists, American Dental Association, and Fourth District Dental Society.

Dr. Chang participated in various trial studies of Procera all zirconia implant restorations. He was the first dentist in the U.S. to have successfully restored full arch implant cases utilizing all zirconia, screw retained three unit FPDs, as well as the Procera all zirconia, full arch screw retained hybrid restoration (fixed denture).

Dr. Chang 是圣安东尼奥医学中心牙医学院修复科的临床教授。他也是全美国仅有的拥有牙周学和修复学双料执业资格的4位牙医之一。

他积极参与到西南牙周专科医生协会的工作中,他是协会现任理事。Dr. Chang发表了多篇口腔种植方面的论文,也在全美多个继续教育项目中授课。他是美国牙周医师学会,美国牙周病学会,西南牙周专科医生协会,美国牙科协会以及第四区牙科协会的会员。

Dr. Chang 参加了多项Procera全氧化锆种植修复的临床实验。他是全美首位用全氧化锆螺丝固位的三单位桥以及用Procera全氧化锆螺丝固位全颌固定义齿,修复全口无牙颌种植病例的牙医。

Digital technologies are revolutionizing dentistry as we know it. It has become the standard of care for clinicians to integrate 3D diagnosis and treatment planning in surgical placement of implants. With latest advancement in new digital technologies ranging from digital intraoral impression to final CAD/CAM restoration, clinicians are able improve clinical accuracy, efficiency and collaboration with laboratories.

This lecture will not only discuss integration of 3D diagnosis and treatment planning in surgical placement of implants but also latest state of the art digital solutions from digital impression to final restorations that ranges from individual tooth to complex reconstruction and rehabilitation. Everyday practices and actual clinical workflows essential to achieving the highest clinical and esthetic results will be showcased.




Dr. Rong-Chuan Cheng, DDS, MS

Chairman, e-Dens global Institute
Board member, OHI Digital Dental Institute
Dean, Yourdens Dental Clinic
美国亚利桑那州 Tweed foundation专业齿颚矫正受训
美国国际植体专科学会(Diploma of ICOI)专科医师

Since Professor PI Branemark proposed osseointegration theory in 1977, implant surgery has been established its academic status by supported scientific evidence, resulting in widespread help for edentulous patients.

Nearly a half of a century, implant surgery evolved from two-stage operation to one-stage operation. In the late 20th century, a large clinical study report of Immediate Loading opened up a new page on implant surgery.

As the digital technology imported to the implant surgery area, followed by the development of 3D medical imaging, CAD/CAM, and 3D printer, this created the heyday of the Prosthetic-Guided development. This speech will explain the evolution from past case solutions to today's new approach, and how to apply hi-tech CAD/CAM technology to implant surgery in order to achieve safe, fast, efficient and less painful treatment goals.

从PI Branemark教授1977年提出骨整合理论,种植手术在科学证据的支持下建立了自身的学术地位,从而是广大无牙颌患者受益。




Dr. Joseph Kan, DDS, MS

  • Currently a Professor in LLUSD, Loma Linda, California
  • The Editorial Board of the Practical Periodontics & Aesthetic Dentistry and the European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry
  • Published over 70 articles in reference journals and chapters in textbooks with emphasis on tissue management and anterior implant esthetics
  • 罗马琳达大学现任教授 罗马琳达 加利福尼亚州
  • 《实用牙周与美学牙科》及《欧洲美学牙科杂志》审稿专家
  • 已在组织处理及前牙美学种植相关的杂志和书籍中发表70余篇论文和章节
Achieving anterior implant esthetics is a challenging procedure. Understanding the biologic and physiologic limitations of the soft and hard tissue will facilitate predictability in simple to complex esthetic situations. This lecture will focus on current implant treatment philosophies and methodologies for long-term success in esthetic immediate tooth replacement.



Dr. Perry R. Klokkevold

Associate Professor, Director of the Residency Program in the Section of Periodontics.
Board Certified Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. He served as Clinical Director (1995-2002) and now Program Director (2002-present) of the UCLA Postgraduate Periodontics Residency program. Prior to specializing in periodontics and implant surgery, Dr. Klokkevold has more than 20 years of experience in education, administration and clinical practice in periodontics and implantology.

临床教授,牙周部门住院医师项目主任,美国牙周委员会认证医师。他在UCLA牙周住院医师培训项目任临床主任(1995-2002)和项目主任(2002-现在)。在专攻牙周和种植外科前,Dr. Klokkevold在教育管理及临床牙周种植实践中有着20多年的经验。

Dental implant therapy has dramatically changed the practice of dentistry. The success and predictability of dental implants make them a highly desirable form of tooth replacement. As a result, patient demand for dental implants continues to rise with patients seeking a natural, esthetic result. The demand for ideal implant esthetics and an overwhelming variety of options and choices present practitioners with many difficult questions regarding the best approach to therapy. When to extract? When to place the implant? When to graft extraction sockets? When to restore? The early decision-making process is critical to the esthetics and the long-term success. This presentation will describe a practical, biological approach to the diagnosis and management of hard and soft tissues in the quest for the ideal implant tooth replacement. Case presentations will be used to illustrate trends, techniques and technologies with a focus on surgical keys from a periodontist’s perspective.

- Learning Objectives -

  • To review and understand the important biological aspects of a periodontal diagnosis
  • To recognize and assess the periodontal esthetic risk factors prior to extraction
  • To illustrate effective treatment methods for tissue management and tooth replacement with implants


- 学习目标 -

  • 回顾并理解牙周诊断中的重要生物学机理
  • 拔牙前识别和评估牙周美学风险因素
  • 阐述组织处理和种植牙的高效治疗方法

Dr. Paul Lin

Dr. Paul Lin

Dr. Lin received his master degree at the Ohio State University in 1991, he was appointed as clinical assistant professor in department of periodontology, college of dentistry, OSU in 1992. He was given the Certificate of “Master in Implant Dentistry” from UCLA, School of Continued Education in 2006. He is a diplomate of American Board of Periodontology certified in 2000.

Dr. Lin is a private practice limited to Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in Taipei. His numerous lectures and presentations nationally and internationally were very well received. His main interests are periodontal aesthetic procedures extending from maximum preservation of natural dentition to maximum reconstruction for implant dentistry.



Implant complications can be classified into two major categories: rescued or removed. When implant survival criteria are met, two surgical aspects which need to be further managed in the esthetic zone are peri-implantitis and poor esthetics.

It is the purpose of this presentation to focus on the utilization of soft tissue surgery to enhance the esthetics of a compromised anterior implant with or without disease.

With evident of probing depth exceeding 5mm and bleeding on probing, hard tissue grafting following Implant surface decontamination will be executed in addition to soft tissue grafting. However, if no disease is detected, only soft tissue procedures will be given. There are 3 major deficiencies to be corrected, namely, recession, concavity and papilla lost. Soft tissue procedures capable of correcting two or three of them with or without disease will be presented. In order to maximize the esthetic outcome, the improvement of color, texture and symmetry will also be discussed.

Following proper analysis of the defects and selection of the procedures, successful soft tissue management can be achieved with elevated clinical reproducibility.






Dr. Preston D. Miller, DDS, BS

  • Clinical professor at the Medical University of South Carolina
  • Published 29 scientific papers,contributed to 4 textbooks
  • Reviewer, International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry
  • The Gold Medal Award from the American Academy of Periodontology

1985年, Dr. Miller首先提出牙龈退缩缺损的4种类型––牙龈退缩的分类

  • I型:退缩的牙龈组织边缘未至膜龈联合,且牙间牙槽骨或软组织无丧失
  • II型:退缩的牙龈组织边缘达到或超过膜龈联合,但牙间牙槽骨或软组织无丧失
  • III型:退缩的牙龈组织边缘达到或超过膜龈联合,牙间牙槽骨有丧失,牙间软组织在釉牙骨质界(CEJ)根方,但在退缩牙龈边缘的冠方。
  • IV型:退缩的牙龈组织边缘达到或超过膜龈联合,牙间牙槽骨及软组织丧失达到退缩牙龈边缘。





J Periodontol 2014;85:214-225

The coronal positioned flap is the simplest procedure for obtaining root coverage. In planning this procedure five criteria must be met. These five criteria, incisions, and suturing will be highlighted.

The free gingival graft has been replaced as the preferred grafting materials first by the connective tissue graft and lately by allograft material. The criteria for selecting which material will be used will be a focus.

- Learning Objectives -
1. Learn the five criteria that must be met to successfully coronally position tissue
2. Teach inbound - outbound suturing technique
3. Stress the importance of keratinize tissue around implants



- 学习目标 -
1. 学习成功冠向复位组织必须达到的5个标准
2. 教授 inbound - outbound缝合技术
3. 强调种植体周围角化龈的重要性

Dr. Steve G.F. Shen

Dr. Steve GF Shen, DDS, MD, FICD

  • Academic Chair & Professor, Oral and Craniomaxillofacial Surgery
  • Chair & Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • President, Shanghai Ninth People’s Hospital, SJTU School of Medicine
  • Dean, SJTU College of Stomatology

His main interests are oral and maxillofacial surgery, especially in plastic and aesthetic reconstructive surgery, orthognathic surgery, distraction osteogenesis, navigational surgery, minimally invasive surgery (MIS), clefts surgery and craniofacial development in both basic and clinical research.

  • 上海交通大学口腔医学院院长
  • 上海交通大学医学院附属第九人民医院党委书记
  • 口腔颅颌面科主任
  • 口腔颌面外科学系主任


Precision reconstructive surgery for oral and craniomaxillofacial deformity (PRS/OCMD) is a subspecialty in reconstructive surgery related to more precise, more effective, more experimental medical practice based on radiographic image reconstruction and virtual surgical plan, guidance, prediction, evaluation than current medical practice in oral and craniomaxillofacial surgery. This presentation is to draw a concept of reconstructive precision surgery based on a literature review, to demonstrate its present application in orthognathic surgery, craniomaxillofacial trauma surgery, value-added aesthetics or facial contouring, maxillofacial distraction osteogenesis, navigation guided surgery, and finally to draw an image how we, as surgeons, actively promote or experience the change of paradigm in oral and craniomaxillofacial surgery in the future.

精确的口腔颌面部缺损修复手术(PRS / ocmd)是整形外科的一个次级学科,与现在的其它口腔颌面外科手术,它更为精确、更为有效、也更多的需要基于放射线影像重建和数字化虚拟制定手术计划、导板、预测、评估的临床实践。本报告在文献回顾的基础上描述精确的整形外科的理念,展示其在正颌外科、颅颌面创伤外科、美容整形、颌骨牵引成骨、导航手术的应用,最后阐述我们作为外科医生如何积极推动或感受口腔颌面外科在未来的转变。



Dr. Jun Shimada, DDS, PhD, FIBCSOMS

Professor and Chairman, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Diagnostic and Serapeutic Sciences, Meikai University School of Dentistry.

  • 1974-1980 Jyosai Dental University, School of Dentistry, Saitama Japan (DDS)
  • 1980-1984 Postgraduate Dourse of First Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Jyosai Dental University School of Dentistry (PhD)
  • 1984-1986 Resident of First Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Jyosai Dental University School of Dentistry
  • 1986-1988 Assistant in First Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Jyosai Dental University School of Dentistry
  • 1988-1991 Lecturer in First Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Jyosai Dental University School of Dentistry
  • 1991-2004 Associate Professor in First Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery of Jyosai Dental University School of Dentistry

教授 主任 明海大学齿学院 病态诊断治疗学讲座 口腔颌面外科分野

  • 1974-1980 城西齿科大学齿学部(日本琦玉县) 毕业
  • 1980-1984 城西齿科大大学院第一口腔颌面外科博士课程毕业
  • 1984-1986 城西齿科大大学院第一口腔颌面外科住院医
  • 1986-1988 城西齿科大大学院第一口腔颌面外科助教
  • 1988-1991 城西齿科大大学院第一口腔颌面外科讲师
  • 1991-2004 城西齿科大大学院第一口腔颌面外科临床教授
Posterior maxilla has no sufficient bone height in many cases with excessive pneumatism. Sinus lifting technique is frequently required to improve implant predictability and to enable implant placement for bone height limited case in posterior maxillary site. Most terrible complication of sinus lifting is acute or chronic sinusitis needs for rescue of ENT or persistent oroantral fistula derived from rupture of Schneidrien membrane and leaking of graft materials into sinus space. Several different methods for window opening at the anterior or posterior bony wall of maxillary sinus to prevent the rupture of Schneiderian membrane are reported. Membrane rupture could be taken place by the rotating device, PED, or membrane elevating maneuver.

In large maxillary sinus cases, the bony walls are usually thin, and it is easy to make window removing the bone tissue with bone scraper only. However, the Schneiderian membranes in those cases are usually very thin too, and those could be easily injured or ruptured. In small maxillary sinus cases, the boney wall are thick, and it is difficult to make bony window to access into the sinus spade because many bone tissue should be removed. For the safe accomplishment of sinus lifting, application of several kinds of instruments and bony wall making thinner procedure prior to the window opening.




Dr. Stephen S. Wallace, DDS

  • Associate Professor, New York University, Department of Implant Dentistry
  • Associate Professor Columbia University, Department of Periodontology
  • Diplomate: International Congress of Oral Implantologists
  • Fellow: Academy of Osseointegration

Dr. Wallace’s time at New York University is divided between clinical teaching and human clinical and histologic research. He has helped develop the world’s largest data base on sinus augmentation surgery. He has performed research studies on products from the world’s leading manufacturers of implants and bone regenerative materials.

  • 纽约大学种植科 临床教授
  • 哥伦比亚大学牙周科 临床教授
  • 国际种植牙专科医师学会ICOI 认定专科医生
  • 骨整合学会AO Fellow

Dr. Wallace 在纽约大学从事临床教学和人类临床和组织学研究。他协助建立了世界最大的上颌窦骨增量手术的数据库。他对国际一流的种植和骨再生材料制造商的产品进行研究。

Maxillary sinus elevation surgery now has a 36-year history since the first publication and 40 years since the first presentation. Current EBR’s give implant survival rates for lateral window procedures of over 95%. There are many reasons for this high success rate. Certainly we have seen an evolution in biomaterials and surgical techniques that have led to improved outcomes. We also have the 40 years of experience of many “masters” that have indeed given us new understandings of how to perform this procedure more precisely and we have learned how to avoid and treat complications.

This presentation will show one clinician’s evolution to achieve the best outcomes for this procedure.
Attendees will have the opportunity to:
1. Put in perspective the evolution of grafting materials
2. Understand how sinus anatomy dictates surgical modifications
3. Experience multiple surgical techniques meant to achieve superior outcomes
4. Observe the most effective ways to deal with complications.
5. See that success does not involve “change for the sake of change” or “magic”

"Sinus Surgery: Surgical Tricks from the Masters"
This course will be both lecture and hands-on oriented. The presentation will highlight the different surgical approaches to lateral window surgery and show how the new techniques are advantageous. Highlighted in the hands-on portion will be both piezoelectric and DASK techniques. The preparation and utilization of L-PRF and the new PRP-block protocol.


1. 透视植骨材料的变革
2. 理解窦内解剖结构对手术的指导作用
3. 体验可以取得极佳疗效的手术技术
4. 学习应对并发症最有效的方法
5. 明白种植成功并不包含“为了改变而改变”或“魔术”



Dr. Paul Yu

  • Dr. Paul Yu born in Rome in 1973 from Chinese Descendant, Graduated from Dental school in 1997 at Universita’ Sapienza in Rome.
  • Advanced Orthodontic and Gnatology trained at Ospedale Nuovo Regina Margherita in Rome.
  • Advance Implant Dentistry trained at New York University in New York.
  • Lecturing nationally and internationally and publishing in different peer reviewed journals.
  • Currently a Full Time Faculty at New York University, Ashman Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry.
  • Dr. Paul Yu 1973年生于罗马,华裔,1997年毕业于罗马第一大学牙学院
  • 于罗马新雷吉纳玛格丽塔医院完成高级正畸和咬合学培训
  • 在纽约大学完成高级种植牙科训练
  • 在国内和国际进行演讲并在多份同行评审期刊中发表论文
  • 现为纽约大学阿什曼牙周及种植中心助理教授
The goal of this presentation is to discuss the critical parameters related to the maxillary sinus augmentation procedure, and their correlation to implant placement and to the longevity of the restorative treatment. The atrophic posterior maxilla poses a challenge for implant placement not only due to the nature of bone quality but also due to the pneumatization of the sinus.

The purpose of lateral sinus augmentation is to place an implant with long-term function without complication, furthermore is necessary to review the parameters that influence implant placement and long-term functional success. These include incision design, widow shape, additional GBR, simultaneous implant placement, time of implant placement, surgical instruments, implant design, graft material, and management of complications.