Toronto Implant Academy | MARCH 23, 2018
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MARCH 23, 2018


Registration: 8:00am – 8:30am | Lecture: 8:30am – 12:30pm

4 CE Points



Glide Path Management

Glide path management is one of the most critical steps in successful endodontic canal preparation and management. Learn the basic concepts in reducing iatrogenic misshapes, creating a clear pathway from orifice to apex to facilitate rotary instrumentation of the canal space.

Dr. Rony Dagher

Dr. Rony Dagher is an Endodontist and a fellow with the Royal College of Dentists of Canada who maintains a private practice in Mississauga, Ontario. He is a gradu- ate from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science degree. He attended Case Western Reserve University where he graduated with a DDS. He attended the surgical residency program at the Toronto General Hospital and practiced general dentistry for 7 years prior to enrolling in and completing a specialty mas- ter’s degree in endodontics at the University of Toronto.

Dr. Dagher has served as an instructor at both the undergraduate and graduate endodontic departments at the University of Toronto. He is currently on the board of endodontic examiners for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. Dr. Dagher holds special interest in Dental Traumatology and Regenerative Endodontics. He currently lectures on a variety of endodontic topics including rotary instruments, trauma, disinfection and regeneration. He is currently a member of numerous endodontic and dental associations and societies.

Sponsored by:Palmeri Media Group

Implants in the Aesthetic Zone

Now more than ever it essential to achieve an overall aesthetically acceptable result. Patients are no longer satisfied with the mere replacement of a lost tooth. An overall review of smile patterns and the 10 artistic and scientific principles of smile design are essential. The way to score a smile numerically will be discussed.

Dr. Ed Philips

Dr. Philips is the author of the book “Your Guide To The Perfect Smile”. His past teaching appointments include Course Director for Aesthetic Dentistry at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Continuing Education; Senior Clinical Instructor for Millenium Aesthethics in Niagara; the Post-Graduate Program in Esthetic Dentistry at the University of Buffalo, SUNY; Continuing Education Course on Cosmetic Dentistry for the Ontario Dental Association; Post Graduate Program in Esthetic Dentistry at Case Western Reserve University School of Dentistry and Professor for the Faculty of Health Sciences, George Brown College. Dr. Philips limits his practice to The Studio for Aesthetic Dentistry in Toronto. Contact:

Sponsored by:Palmeri Media Group

Modern Frameworks

From planning and wax-up to digital design, the making of cast partial frameworks has lots of possibilities. This presentation will give you an overview of how frameworks are made, manual and digital, and different ways of finishing. You will see many samples of combination cases including attachments, telescopic crowns and implants as well as helpful information for your daily work.

Mr. Alex Tenzer

Alex Tenzer started his career in 1981 in Bremen, Germany. He comes with over 35 years of experience as a dental technician, with a superb German education, and 27 years of working in the highly acclaimed dental industry in Germany. He specialises in Cast Partials and Combination Cases and has many years of experience with Crowns, Bridges and within the Implant department.

In addition, he has trained multiple new dental technicians throughout his years in the industry and taught Laser welding to many other professionals. In 2008 he moved to Toronto with his wife and two daughters and works at Baluke Dental Studios as Supervisor in the cast partial department.

Sponsored by: Baluke Dental Studios