Newsletter Midwest Society of Periodontology President Message: www.msperio.org

Midwest Society of Periodontology
Newsletter
Fall 2011
Midwest Society of
Periodontology
2011-2012 Officers
and
Executive Committee
President
Dr. George Jumes
Appleton, WI
President Elect
Dr. Peter Cabrera
Chicago, IL
Vice President
Dr. Elizabeth Grys
Brookfield, IL
Secretary
Dr. Paul Ricchetti
Mayfield Heights, OH
Treasurer
Dr. Diego Velasquez
Fenton, MI
Past President
Dr. Robert Eber
Dexter, MI
Editor
Dr. Constantine Politis
Oak Park, IL
Executive Director
Dr. Kenneth A. Krebs
Glenview, IL
www.msperio.org
Vol.55 No.2
President Message:
Dear Midwest Society of Periodontics Members,
As the “Dog Days of Summer” have arrived, it was
refreshing to review our Academy’s recent launch of
its new journal ‘Clinical Advances in Periodontics’ in
Periospectives. The new journal proves to be unique
in providing Case-Based Learning and knowledge
based Clinical Decision Making. A primary goal of
the CAP is to translate new knowledge into practical
applications that are relavent to practicing clinicians.
This proves to be an exciting new addition for
continued learning for all of us.
Dr. George Jumes, President
As I entered the profession there was an inititive called the Professional Partnership
Program. The aim of this program being to strengthen relationships with our general
dental practioners, and a focus on team work between dental professionals has been
the foundation of treating patients. I commend Dr. Donald Clem’s message; that
collaboration is the key to advancing science. In the ‘Periospectives’ he states ”it is
important that our specialty be involved with dental and medical organizations as a
resource and authorative voice for anything to do with periodontology”. And he points
out that the AAP is working on joint projects with numerous organizations outside of
dentistry.
We are making progress. Our District has been very fortunate to have very dedicated
and talented Trustees. Presently, Greg Faust and Bill Sorensen are our returning
Trustee’s and a Congradulations to Timothy Walsh as our newly elected Trustee.
These individuals take their positions seriously and truly value your input. If you head
to Miami for our annual meeting, please set time aside to attend to attend the District
Forum on November 13th, and introduce yourself to your Trustee’s.
Looking ahead, the MSP Annual Meeting will be on February 24-26th, 2012 at the
Renaissance Hotel in Chicago. Saturday’s program will feature Seb Ciancio and Larry
Oxenhauer will be our Sunday speaker. On Friday a pre-meeting program sponsored
by Sunstar has been confirmed with Kirk Pasqenelli presenting a full day’s program.
More information on this limited attendance workshop will be forthcoming.
In closing, our leadership is working hard at being proactive in charting a fresh
course for periodontics. Take time to give your leaders valuable input. Or even
better, take time to volunteer in some capacity to make a difference in our specialty.
GRADUATE PROGRAM UPDATE
University Of Detroit Mercy School Of Dentistry
Graduate Class of 2011:
We said farewell to our fifth graduating class. We had three students’ graduating this year. Dr. Ana Janic will be
joining a periodontal practice in Michigan. Dr. Syed Khalid is moving to Milwaukee and Dr. Tamika Thompson
will be joining our university as a full-time faculty.
Dr. Ana Janic submitted the following article for publication:
Kolhatkar S, Mason SA, Janic A, Bhola M, Haque S, Winkler JR. Surgical Crown
Lengthening in the HIV-Positive Population: A Retrospective Analysis. J
Periodontol. 2011 Jul 22.
Dr. Syed Khalid submitted the following article for publication:
Kolhatkar S, Khalid S, Rolecki A, Bhola M, Winkler JR. Immediate dental
Implant placement in HIV-positive patients receiving highly active antiretroviral
Therapy: a report of two cases and a review of the literature of implants placed
in HIV-positive individuals. J Periodontol. 2011 Mar;82(3):505-11.
Dr. Tamika Thompson submitted the following article for publication:
Kolhatkar S, Bhola M, Thompson-Sloan TN. Sinus floor elevation via the
maxillary premolar extraction socket with immediate implant placement: a case
series. J Periodontol. 2011 Jun;82(6):820-8.
Faculty Publications:
• Kinaia BM, Steiger J, Neely AL, Shah M, Bhola M. Treatment of Class II molar furcation involvement:
meta-analyses of reentry results. J Periodontol. 2011 Mar;82(3):413-28.
• McIntosh CL, Kolhatkar S, Winkler JR, Ojha J, Bhola M. An unusual case of generalized severe gingival
enlargement during pregnancy. Gen Dent. 2010 Nov-Dec;58(6):e272-8.
• Humayun N, Kolhatkar S, Souiyas J, Bhola M. Mucosal coronally positioned flap for the management of
excessive gingival display in the presence of hypermobility of the upper lip and vertical maxillary excess: a
case report. J Periodontol. 2010 Dec;81(12):1858-63.
• Kolhatkar S, Haque SA, Winkler JR, Bhola M. Root coverage in an HIV-positive individual: combined
use of a lateral sliding flap and resin-modified glass ionomer for the management of an isolated severe
recession defect. J Periodontol. 2010 Apr;81(4):632-40.
• Litonjua LA. More about occlusal loading. J Am Dent Assoc. 2010 Mar;141(3):254, 256.
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University Of Detroit Mercy School Of Dentistry Cont.
On-Going Publications
• Prashar V, Bhola M, Vizirakis M. Andreas Michael Vizirakis Accuracy in measurements of implant length:
a comparison of CBCT, peri-apical and panoramic radiographs.
• Implant Surgery in the HIV-positive Patient. Part III- A prospective study evaluating early healing and
Implant survival Kolhatkar S, Winkler JR, Bhola M.
• Periodontal Surgery in the HIV-positive Patient. Part II- Bilateral Lateral Sliding Flaps For Management
Of Extreme Recession Kolhatkar S, McIntosh C, Haque S, Winkler JR, Bhola M.
• Periodontal Surgery in the HIV-positive Patient. Part III Pre-prosthetic Crown Lengthening Surgery in a
Patient with a 22 year history of HIV-Positive. Kolhatkar S, Mason S, Haque S Winkler JR , Bhola M
• Periodontal and Restorative Treatment Options For Non Carious Cervical Lesions. Kolhatkar S, Litonjua
L, Bhola M
Incoming Graduate Students:
We welcomed our first year graduate students. Dr. Farhad Amini graduated from University of Detroit Mercy
School of Dentistry in 2011. Dr. Tamaara Morris is a former graduate of the University of Detroit Mercy and was
in private practice in Chicago, IL, prior to joining our program. Dr. Marinele Campos is a dental graduate with
a PhD from the University of Sao Paolo in Brazil. She was a faculty member in the Department of Periodontics at
University of Southern California prior to joining our program.
Faculty and Graduate Student News:
One of our second year residents, Dr. Michael Vizirakis was selected as a finalist for the 2011 Volpe Award at Ohio
State University, College of Dentistry. Dr. Vizirakis presented his research titled, “Accuracy in measurements of
implant length: a comparison of CBCT, peri-apical and panoramic radiographs.” Several of our faculty members
at the dental school, including Dr. Monish Bhola, Dr. David Darany, Dr. Linda Dobis, Dr. Shilpa Kolhatkar,
Dr. Anthony Neely, Dr. Jacob Steiger, Dr. Sameer Zakaria and Dr. Michael Wojick from the Department of
Periodontology were featured in Detroit Hour Magazine as Top Dentists, based on a peer-evaluation.
We all wish the district IV graduate programs a successful year ahead.
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Case Western Reserve University
New Graduate Students 2011
The following students are accepted into the Periodontal Graduate Program beginning July 2011:
Dr. Abdel Azeem - Earned his DDS from Cairo University, Egypt 2005.
Dr. Braden C. Atkins - Earned his DMD degree from Case Western Reserve University in 2011.
Dr. Shahir A. Malek- Earned his DDS from Misr International University, Egypt 2009.
Graduating Class of 2011
Dr. Ahmed Alzahrani - will return back to Saudi Arabia to start private practice. Dr. Dima Lakkis – started
private practice in Virginia and Dr. Everett Wu - will remain in Cleveland, Ohio for private practice.
Selected Publications by the Graduate Students and Faculty
Joshi, N., Bissada, N.F., Bodner, D., MacLennan, G.T., Narendran, S., Jurevic, R., Skillicorn, R. Association
Between Periodontal Disease and Prostate Specific Antigen Levels in Chronic Prostatitis Patients. J.
Periodontol. 2010 6:864-869
Al-Zahrani, M., Bamashmous, S., Bissada, N.F. Effect of Adjunctive Use of Photodynamic Therapy in
Periodontal Maintenance of Patients With Type 2 Diabetes. Egyptian Dental J. 2010 56:26-32.
Krejci, C., Bissada, N.F. Periodontitis and its Relation to Hormonal
Changes, Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes, and Osteoporosis. J Oral Health and
Prevent Dent. Accepted for publication, 2011
Palomo, L., Buencamino-Fransicsco, MC., Carey, JJ., Sivanandy, M., Thacker, H.
Is long-term bisphosphonate therapy associated with benefits to the periodontium in postmenopausal women.
Menopause. 2011 Feb; 18(2):164-70.
Presentations by Graduate Students
The graduate program in periodontics was represented at the March 2011 IADR 89th General Session in San
Diego, California with presentations by Dr. Naheed Mohamed “Impact of Platelet –Rich Fibrin of Oral Wound
Healing: A Clinical, molecular, and electron microscopic study”, Dr. Cecilia Perera “Impact of Statin Therapy
on the Treatment of Chronic Periodontitis” and Dr. Luis Pires “Bone Surface and Heat Generation Using
Different Burs for Osteotomy”.
Department News
Dr. Charlene Krejci received the 2011 Educator AAP Award of Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring in
Periodontics at CWRU.
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Indiana University School of Dentistry
Graduate Class of 2011:
We have recently bid farewell to five graduating students: Drs. Janice Kaeley, Seung Jun (John)
Lee, Erez Nosrati, Vikas Puri, and Samira Toloue. I am not sure if this is a reflection of the economy
or not, but as of this writing (early July), none of the recent graduates has any definitive practice plans in
place. Dr. Janice Kaeley is expecting twins later this year and may remain in the Indianapolis area at least
until after the delivery of her babies. Dr. John Lee is still in the process of finishing his research and is
exploring options for practice opportunities. Dr. Erez Nosrati is exploring practice options in the Chicago
area along with his fiancée, Dr. Irene Berman (DDS IUSD 2011). Drs. Samira Toloue and Vikas Puri are
also exploring their future practice plans at this time. Samira has relocated to Austin, Texas and is exploring
practice opportunities in the area and Vikas is considering multiple locations for future practice. We wish
all of our graduates the best in their future endeavors and look forward to future successful achievement of
ABP Diplomate status.
As of mid-July, Drs. Nosrati and Toloue have successfully defended their research projects, submitted a
manuscript for publication and were awarded their MSD degrees. Drs. Kaeley, Puri, and Lee are in the final
stages of completing their research projects. Dr. Nosrati’s research project was a cross-sectional examination
of the gingival status in pediatric cardiac patients compared to matched healthy controls. Dr. Toloue compared
the clinical and histomorphometric results of using of calcium sulfate or FDBA for socket preservation. Dr.
Kaeley is evaluating the effect of cigarette smoke condensate and nicotine on the proteolytic activity of
several suspected periodontal pathogens, Dr. Puri is evaluating TLR-2 mRNA expression in the epithelial
cells in saliva of patients with chronic periodontitis, and Dr. Lee is evaluating the variations between faculty
and students in periodontal diagnosis and treatment planning in the context of biweekly calibration exercises.
Incoming Graduate Students:
We now have four new graduate students who joined the program in July. Dr. Brittany Lane is a
2011 DDS graduate of Marquette University. Dr. Mahogany Miles is a 2011 DMD graduate from Boston
University. Dr. Sayij Makkattil completed his dental training as well as a prosthodontic program from
Bharati Vidyappeth Dental College (1993, 1999 respectively). Dr. Weiping Zhang completed his dental
training and an oral pathology residency at Sichuan University (2002, 2006, respectively) and recently
received a PhD in oral biology from IUSD (2011). We are excited about them joining the program in light
of their diverse training and backgrounds.
Student Awards:
The recipient of the Henry M. Swensen Awards for Clinical and Didactic Excellence in Graduate
Periodontics for 2010-2011 was third year resident, Dr. Samira Toloue. Dr. Toloue excelled in all areas
during three years of the program and consistently scored well on the AAP In-Service examinations. Samira
was also selected as a finalist for the IUPUI Research Day competition for graduate students and was one of
only ten nationwide finalists for the Volpe Prize for Clinical Periodontal Research recently held at the Ohio
State University. Samira was also awarded a monetary grant from Osteohealth for a manuscript and clinical
case report on the treatment of a severe periodontal defect using Gem-21S. Congratulations to Samira for
all her hard work and effort as an exemplary resident over the past three years.
ABP Results:
Drs. Diksha Katwal, Sung-En Huang, Siva Prakasam, Pragtipal Saini, Issa Dkiedek (VA), Alex
Tzanos (VA) were all 2010 graduates and successfully passed the ABP Qualifying (Written) Examination
given last September.
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University of Iowa
On May 26, 2011, the department hosted a Student Awards Luncheon to honor Chris Poulsen, a 4th
year dental student, for winning the American Academy of Periodontology Student award, Debbie Dietrich,
also a 4th year student, for the Frank I. Molsberry award, and graduate student Dr. Derek Borgwardt, the CM
Fraleigh award. Two third year dental students, Mitch Gubler and Katherine Motz, received the Greenawalt
award and will participate in a week long summer externship directed by Dr. Steven Clark in our Department.
This opportunity is designed to give dental students a more in depth view of periodontics.
Dr. Allen Kvidera is Iowa’s recipient of the American Academy of Periodontology Faculty Award this
year. Dr. Kvidera received his DDS from Iowa in 1976 and completed his specialty training in Periodontics in
1978. While in private practice limited to Periodontics in Davenport, Iowa, he continued to pursue graduate
education and earned his Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary in Periodontics and Anatomy) in 1985. For over 30 years,
he has commuted a day a week, teaching in both our predoctoral and postdoctoral programs. He has rarely
missed a single day and has been a faculty member we can always count on. The Department and our students
have valued Dr. Kvidera’s contributions, which have included not only teaching in clinic, but also direction
of a literature review course for graduate students for several years. Dr. Kvidera is also a Diplomate of the
American Board of Periodontology, a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, and twice President
of the Iowa Society of Periodontology. We appreciate his commitment and generosity with his time and
expertise.
Amy Riffel, D.D.S., and Derek Borgwardt, D.D.S., both third year Periodontal Residents, successfully
defended their M.S. theses on April 13 and April 26, respectively. The title of Dr. Borgwardt’s thesis was
“Histatin 5. Attenuated IL-8 Dendritic Cell Response to P. gingivalis HagB.” He was mentored by Dr. Kim
Brogden. Dr. Riffel’s project was named “Osteoblast Aggregates Cultivated in a 3-Dimensional Culture
Environment Rigorously Respond To Porphyromonas gingivalis Culture Supernatants.” She was also
mentored by Dr. Brogden. Both Amy and Derek complete their Periodontics Certificates at the end of June.
Dr. Riffel traveled to Arizona to attend a practice management course in April, and she is planning to enter
private practice in the Colorado Springs area. Dr. Borgwardt will be joining Dr. Ann Romanowski in practice
in Iowa City. We are proud to welcome both of these outstanding individuals as peers in our specialty.
Dr. Satheesh Elangovan coming from Harvard University will be joining our faculty in July, and Dr.
Paula Weistroffer were recently awarded scholarships by the AAP Foundation Fellowship to the ADEA/AAL
Institute for Teaching & Learning for the Health Professions. They will be attending two 3½ day training
sessions this fall at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill dedicated to gaining teaching competencies
and other academic skills. This will be an excellent opportunity for professional development.
Additionally Dr. Gustavo Avila-Ortiz joins the faculty in July coming from the University of Michigan.
Both will be tenure track faculty with clinical teaching and research components to their appointments.
Our two new first year residents have their Advanced Periodontology Orientation the month of July
2011. Dr. Chris Poulsen comes from the University of Iowa as a 2011 graduate of the Dental College and Dr.
Monica Raina comes from the University of Western Ontario as a 2010 graduate just completing a Graduate
Practice Residency at The University of Rochester in New York during 2010 -2011.
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Ohio State University
At The Ohio State University (OSU) Graduate Program we recently welcomed the newest members of
our Buckeye Perio family, the class of 2014: Dr. Muneera Burashed (Kuwait University; Kuwait), Dr. Ming
Chien (Chang Shan Medical University; Taiwan), Dr. Rachna Hegde (Patil Dental College; India), and Dr.
Matthew Lemke (OSU).
In early June, we celebrated the graduation of the class of 2011. Dr. Nidhi Jain, our 2010-2011 Chief
Resident, whose MS thesis was on “Gingival Crevicular Fluid Concentrations of Azithromycin in Health and
Gingivitis”, is in private practice in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Eric Anderson, whose MS research was on “PreWounding and Connective Tissue Grafts”, is in Denver, Colorado, in private practice. Dr. Pinar EmecenHuja, whose research on “Crevicular Fluid Content During Wound Healing: Comparison Between Tooth
and Implant” received the 2011 IADR/Implant Research Group Young Investigator Award in Clinical
Sciences, will be continuing her academic career as a faculty at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Emecen-Huja
has also been selected as an Orban prize finalist for the upcoming 2011 annual AAP meeting in Miami, FL.
Dr. Kevin Harrison defended his MS thesis research on “Implant Placement in Conjunction With the Ridge
Split Technique” and is now in private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico. We congratulate our 2011
graduates for their achievements!
Residents, alumni and faculty had to opportunity to attend lectures and presentations by several speakers,
including Drs. Gary Coatoam, Vlad Shapiro (OSU ’08), and Mark Reynolds, Professor and Chair of
Periodontics at the University of Maryland. Dr. Reynolds was the keynote speaker at the annual OSU Perio
Research Day this past April.
Congratulations to Drs. Elbert Chang (’03), Stacey Papapostolou (’09), Irma Iskandar (’10), Chad
Matthews (’10), and Shaun Rotenberg (’10) for attaining ABP Diplomate status!
The third VOLPE Prize, an international periodontal clinical research competition co-sponsored by OSU
and Colgate, was held at OSU on May 20, 2011. Congratulations to all the finalists, who came from the US,
Canada and Mexico to present their clinical research work! Dr. Emecen-Huja represented OSU, and Dr.
Sangeeta Chandrasekharan from the University of Illinois at Chicago was this year’s winner.
We look forward to seeing all OSU alumni and friends at our annual Buckeye Reception, which will be
held on Monday, November 14, 2011, at 7:00 pm, during the upcoming AAP annual meeting in Miami, FL.
Further details will be available in the meeting program.
Case Western Reserve University Cont.
Drs. Bana Anbari, David Diamond, Nishant Joshi and Naheed Mohamed recently became diplomates of the
American Board of Periodontology. Congratulations!
Dr. Naheed Mohamed was one of the finalists at the Volpe competition in Columbus, 2011, for the presentation
of his research.
• There is a full time faculty clinical teaching and administrative position available at Case Western Reserve
University, Periodontal Graduate Program. For more information please contact Dr. Bissada at: nabil.bissada@
case.edu.
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Indianapolis VA Medical Center
We presently have three residents in our program:
1. Just finishing this program is Kun-Jang (Jerry) Chang, D.M.D. Dr. Chang’s research is “The relationship between diabetes control and periodontal health: A retrospective analysis of possible
microvascular changes.”
2. Luke Liszka, D.M.D. is starting his 2nd year.
3. Two new residents are starting our program:
a. Branko Alavanja, D.D.S.
b. Anand D. Patel, D.D.S.
Both graduated from Indiana University School of Dentistry.
Indiana University School of Dentistry Cont.
We have eight IUSD graduates that are new Diplomates of the American Board of Periodontology since
last year. Successfully passing the ABP Certifying (Oral) Exam in May 2011 were Drs. Ana Gossweiler
(1996), Diksha Katwal (2010), Sung-En Huang (2010), Siva Prakasam (2010), Pragtipal Saini (2010),
Issa Dkiedek (VA 2010), Alex Tzanos (VA 2010) and Julie Combs (DDS IUSD 2005). Over the last
ten years, 48 IUSD graduates have become ABP Diplomates which is an outstanding reflection of the
individuals as well as the program.
Faculty News:
The entire IUSD family lost a vital faculty member when Dr. Jim Sarbinoff (1981) suddenly passed
away in early April at age 63. Jim had a very successful private practice career and joined the department
as a full-time faculty member two years ago. Jim was highly loved and respected by pre-doctoral students,
graduate students, faculty and current and former patients. He will be greatly missed by all and may he rest
in peace.
Hearty congratulations are extended to Dr. E. Brady Hancock (1974) who was selected as the AAP
Outstanding Periodontal Educator for 2011. This award recognizes Brady’s many outstanding contributions
to periodontal education for the past 30+ years; first in the U.S. Navy and then as program director and
department chairman at IUSD. This is a culmination of his many dedicated years of service to periodontal
education and is the highest recognition that the AAP can bestow on a periodontal educator.
We wish to welcome three new faculty members, Drs. Elizabeth Ramos (VA 2005), Julie Combs
(DDS IUSD 2005) and Sarah Herd (2007) who have accepted academic appointments at IUSD. As noted
earlier, Dr. Ramos has joined the full-time faculty whose time will be divided between the pre-doctoral and
graduate students while Dr. Combs has been teaching part-time Friday mornings in the graduate clinic and
Dr. Herd is helping out part-time 2 days per week in the pre-doctoral and dental hygiene clinics.
Last June, Dr. Henry Swenson officially retired from IUSD after many decades of service to IUSD, the
AAP and the Midwest Society of Periodontology. Henry is one of the founding members of the Midwest
Society of Periodontology and was recognized at the February 2011 MSP meeting where Henry was
presented with a plaque for his outstanding contributions to the Society.
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University of Missouri-Kansas City
Greetings to you from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. It is my pleasure to share with you our
annual update.
Accreditation
In November 2010 we completed a successful site visit from the Commission for Dental Accreditation, the
culmination of 2 years of effort for all involved. I want to say a huge ‘thank you’ to the faculty, staff and
residents who helped with this monumental task, as I could not have done this all on my own. This is a
seven year cycle, and we received many compliments on the Program and School and no recommendations
Residents
This year we had 1 resident complete the program; Dr. Marcus Blue who has entered private practice in Basalt,
Colorado. We wish him well as he starts his career.
Both residents who graduated in 2010, Dr. Humaira Habib and Dr. Eric Driver successfully challenged the American
Board of Periodontology examination this May, and we are extremely proud of their achievement.
Faculty
This year we welcomed Dr. Mabel Salas, a graduate of the Ohio State Program and a Diplomate of the American
Board. She is a dynamic addition to our faculty and works tirelessly with the residents when she is in the grad clinic.
Clinic
Our third year residents Drs. Umaki and Beaini are well into the program performing numerous advanced techniques,
and our second year residents, Drs Mike Cady, Chris Hawkins and Adam McClellan are progressing well, learning to
balance clinic and didactic requirements.
In addition this year, Clinical and Applied Research which shared our space, was moved to another area of
the School opening up our clinic for expansion and some much needed improvements.
Research
1. Our third year residents, Dr. Mike Umaki and Dr. Nabil Beaini are investigating the ‘Effect of Posterior Class
II Composite Restorations on Bone Loss. A Retrospective Study’.
2. Both of our staff hygienists, Connie and Valerie have spent the last 2 years working on their Master’s, while
continuing to work full time in the Department, and are due to complete this summer.
a. Jamison, C. Periodontal Maintenance: An Exploratory Study
b. Brand, V. Impact of Motivational Interviewing on Compliance to Periodontal Maintenance Procedures and
Homecare
3. One of our second year residents, Dr. Chris Hawkins is pursuing his Master’s with a working title of
‘Microbial Adherence to SLA and HA Coated Dental Implant Surfaces’.
Publications by our department faculty &/or from the residency include
a. Salas MM, McClellan AC, MacNeill SR, Satheesh KM, Cobb CM. Interproximal cervical lesions caused by
incorrect flossing technique. Int J Dent Hyg 2011; Submitted for Publication.
b. MacNeill SR, Rokos JW, Umaki M, Satheesh KM and Cobb CM. Conservative Treatment of Localized
Juvenile Spongiotic Gingival Hyperplasia. Clinical Advances in Periodontics. 2011:1. Accepted for
Publication 03/02/2011
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Mayo Clinic
We experienced another busy year at Mayo Clinic. Every year seems to be busier than the previous year.
All of our postgraduate programs experience a bittersweet summer, graduating residents and welcoming
new residents. We bid a fond farewell to Dr. Scott Adashek in June. Scott is now practicing in a group
practice in Scottsdale, Arizona. Scott is a very good clinician, extremely hard worker, and a gentleman, the
recipe for success. He completed a very interesting research project “Periodontal Disease and the Risk of
Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma.”
Dr. Eddie Morales, a graduate of Marquette is now the Chief Resident. Eddie is working out the details
on a number of options for research projects. As part of the second year of training he will complete a
rotation in the Anesthesiology Department.
The department welcomed Dr. Pearl Lai, a graduate of the University of Colorado. Dr. Lai has been in
private practice for two years and brings a wealth of clinical experience to the residency. Pearl has been a
welcomed addition to the department.
No resident interviews were conducted this summer. The program is in the “off” year and will not
accept a resident this year. The next cycle will start next summer with resident interviews, accepting one
resident to start the program in June 2013.
The graduate program is fortunate to have a close working relationship with both the Prosthodontic and
Orthodontic programs. We learn from each other, and the residents gain invaluable clinical experience as a
result of the close working relationship.
We welcomed two new program directors to the Department of Dental Specialties. Dr. Salinas to
the Prosthodontic Program and Dr. Volz to the Orthodontic Program Both are fine additions, superior
clinicians, and have been at Mayo a number of years. Dr. Regennitter stepped down as the Orthodontics
Program Director but remains at Mayo and Dr. Steve Eckert retired from Mayo and joined a busy group
practice.
Dr. Phil Sheridan continues to set the standards by which we are judged. I doubt any of us will be able
to provide the quality and quantity of compassionate care he provides on a daily basis. Phil has already
celebrated 40 plus years at Mayo Clinic.
Many changes are and will occur in the Department. Our Orthodontic colleagues will be offering
extended hours to accommodate patient schedules starting in the fall. It is certain that more brainstorming
will occur in an effort to best serve our patients.
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Saint Louis University
Our program welcomes three new residents. Dr. Omar Huni graduated from Al-Arab Medical University
in 2002 and completed an internship at the same university in 2003. Dr. Tarleton graduated from the University
of Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry in 2011. Dr. Fabia Younus completed an AEGD program at the
University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston in 2011 and graduated from the University of Karachi –
Fatima Jinnah Dental College in 2009.
Three residents graduated from the program this year: Drs. Laura Capati, Edison Abril and Hesham
Abdulkarim. They completed the following research projects as part of their Master’s degree: Dental implants
placed in previously failed sites in an educational setting: Survival rate and risk factors; Survival rates of dental
implants in patients who were on oral bisphosphonate therapy: A 13-year retrospective study; and Short-term
evaluation of bioactive glass bone graft material used in modified osteotome sinus elevation techniques.
Congratulations to 2010 graduate Dr. Ryan Davis for successfully completing the American Board of
Periodontology certification examination.
We welcome the addition of Dr. Rick Biethman to our faculty. Dr. Biethman recently relocated back to our
area and we are pleased to have him as a faculty member. Dr. Marshall Manne recently retired from his faculty
position at Saint Louis University. He served many years and his dedication and service will be missed.
We’re sorry to pass along that Dr. Harold Schreiber passed away earlier this year after a brief illness. Dr.
Schreiber was a Past President of the Midwest Society of Periodontology. He taught for 10 years at Saint Louis
University. Prior to that, he was Chairman of the Department of Periodontology at Washington University
School of Dental Medicine. He practiced periodontics for an amazing 64 years. His enthusiasm for teaching
and private practice served as an example for everyone in our specialty.
University of Michigan School of Dentistry
This year we accepted five dedicated students from the candidates we interviewed: Andrew
Barnett, DDS from the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, Jia Chang, DDS, PhD from
Wuhan University, College of Stomatology, Peoples Republic of China, who has been involved in doing
several high level basic research at both University of Michigan and University of California at Los Angles,
Ebone Jordan-Ujari, DDS, from the University Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor Michigan who
has just completed 1 year of GPR training at University of Illinois, in Chicago, Brooke Pancer, DDS, from
McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, Tapan Koticha, DDS, MS from Nair Hospital Dental College,
Mumbai, India who was a prosthodontics faculty at National University of Singapore, where he also earned
his MS degree and prosthetic training.
In addition we have accepted two outstanding Postdoctoral Scholar students: Juan Carlos Rodriguez,
DDS from the Universidad Santa Maria in Caracas Venezuela and Fernando Suarez, DDS from Universidad
of Spain, Madrid.
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Indiana University School of Dentistry Cont.
Dr. Gregory Phillips (1992) received a 2011 AAP Educator Award for Outstanding Teaching and
Mentoring in Periodontics. Dr. Phillips has been a part-time faculty member for many years teaches in the
graduate clinic 1 day per week.
Dr. Saba Khan (2005) was recently named as the graduate program director at University of IllinoisChicago effective July 2011. Dr. Khan only recently joined the faculty full-time at UIC and her potential
was obviously recognized in her selection as program director.
Recent Publications:
Blanchard SB, Almasri AM, Gray JL. Periodontal-endodontic lesion of a three rooted maxillary
premolar – report of a case. J Periodontol 81 (5):783-788, 2010.
Smith PN, Palenick CJ, Blanchard SB. The microbial contamination and the sterilization/disinfection
of surgical guides used in the placement of dental implants. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 26(2): 274-81,
2011.
Shin D, Blanchard SB, Ito M, Chu T-M. Peripheral quantitative computer tomographic,
histomorphometric, and removal torque analyses of two different non-coated implants in a rabbit model.
Clin Oral Implant Res 22: 242-250, 2011
Patel AM, Blanchard SB, Christen AG, Bandy RW, Romito, LM. A survey of U.S. periodontists’
knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors related to tobacco cessation interventions. J Periodontol 82(3): 367-76,
2011
John V, Papageorge M, Jehangiri L, Wheater M, Cappelli D, Frazer R, Sohn W. Recruitment,
Development, and Retention of Dental Faculty in a Changing Environment. J Dent Ed 75(1): 82-89, 2011
Zhang W, Fang M, Song F, Windsor LJ. Effects of Cigarette Smoke Condensate and Nicotine on Human
Gingival Fibroblast-Mediated Collagen Degradation. J Periodontol 2011, 82(7), 1071-1079.
Al-Shibani NK, Labban NY, Kowolik MJ, Ruby JD, Windsor LJ. Responses of Human Neutrophils to
nicotine and/or Porphyromonas gingivalis. J Periodontol. (Epub ahead of print Feb 2011)
Blanchard S, Derderian G, Averitt T, John V, Newell DH. Cervical Enamel Projections And Associated
Pouch-Like Opening In Mandibular Furcations. J Periodontol (Epub ahead of print June 2011)
We wish all District IV graduate programs a successful upcoming year and look forward to seeing you in
Miami in November and at the Midwest Society of Periodontology Annual Meeting in February 2012.
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University of Michigan School of Dentistry Cont.
Our graduating class includes Hsun-liang Albert Chan who will be teaching at the University of Michigan
this year, and was also the recipient of the Ramfjord Award for Excellence, Summer Teaching Fellowship,
and the AAP Chasens Teaching and Research Fellowship, Albert was also a finalist for the AAP Richard J.
Lazzara Fellowship in Advanced Implant Surgery, Jia Hui Fu who will be returning to Singapore to continue
to be a faculty at the National University of Singapore, Daylene Leong who will be returning to Singapore to
join a group practice, and Nikolas Tatarakis who received a 1 year ITI Fellowship, and will stay at Eastman
University in London, England.
We would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate our students who have passed the ABP Board
Exam and have become Board Certified Periodontists this past year: Richard Koh, Angie Lee, Thiego
Morelli, and Giorgio Pagni, (all from the graduating class of 2010). In addition, Dr. Thiago Morelli was the
winner of 2010 AAP Balint Orban Memorial Research Competition. Dr. Angie Lee won the First Prize in the
2011 Midwest Society of Periodontology Graduate Student Research Forum Competition and was a finalist
for this year’s Volpe Prize Clinical Research Competition.
University of Missouri-Kansas City Cont.
c. MacNeill, S. R., Cobb, C. M. (2011) Management of Patients with Aggressive Periodontitis. In: Hall’s
Critical Decisions in Periodontology. Editors: Harpenau, L., Kao, R.T., Lundergan, W., Sanz, M. 5th edition,
B. C. Decker, Inc., London. Chapter 88. Publication date September 2011.
d. Satheesh KM, MacNeill SR, Rapley, JW, Cobb CM. The CEJ: A Biofilm and Calculus Trap. Compend Cont
Ed Dent 2011; 32(2): 30-37.
e. Cobb CM, MacNeill SR, Satheesh K. Evidence-based Practice of Periodontics. Journal of the American
College of Dentists 2010; 77(4):30-34.
New Residents
In July we will welcome 2 new residents to the Program, Dr. Sara Walls who graduated in 2011 from UMKC, and Dr.
Mike Norouzinia, a graduate of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
AAP Meeting
We are planning to have the UMKC alumni reception on Monday, November 14th 2011 in conjunction with
the Annual AAP meeting in Miami.
In closing, I would like to wish you all a very happy summer.
Sincerely,
Simon R. MacNeill BDS., DDS
Director, Advanced Education Program in Periodontics
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Luncheon For Learning 2012
1. Evaluation of a Novel Ridge Preservation Technique: A Clinical,
Histologic and Volumetric Study
• Review alveolar bone remodeling after tooth loss
• Clinical efficacy of ridge preservation strategies
• Evaluation of three ridge preservation techniques
Dr. Gustavo Avila-Ortiz
Iowa City, IA
2. Why Periodontists Should be Doing More Canine Exposures
• Simplified exposure techniques.
• How to treat difficult cases.
• Open versus closed approach.
• How to market yourself to orthodontists.
Dr. Michel Z Dib
Montreal, Canada
3. Eat Your Wheaties and Be a Champion! (of Evidence Based Dentistry)
• Staying current with an ever-changing knowledge base.
• Challenges implementing EBD in your practice
• EBD as a marketing tool and get your referrals on board
Dr. Jill Doan
Chicago, IL
4. Safe Sedation
• Patient assessment
• Different sedation modalities
• Treating complications
Dr. Marvin Greene
Chicago, IL
5. The Use of Lasers in Treating Periodontal Disease
• Results from use in private practice
• Limitations and Expectations
• Integrating lasers into periodontal practices
Dr. Kirk W. Noraian
Bloomington, IL
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6. Particulate Bone Graft Material: When, What and Why?
• What is the purpose of augmenting an extraction site, anyways?
• Are all bone grafting materials created equal?
• What are the factors that influence the selection of a bone graft material?
Dr. Marq Sams,
Wichita, KS
2012 PROGRAM
February 24–February 26, 2012
SPEAKER for Friday
(Additional Fee and Limited Attendance)
Dr. Kirk Pasquinelli
Title: “Periodontal and Implant Surgery in the Esthetic Zone”
SPEAKERS for Saturday and Sunday:
Dr. Sebastian Ciancio
Title: “Lotions, Potions, Pastes and More”
Larry Oxenham
Title: “What Every Periodontist Needs to Know About Asset Protection”
AAP Elections & Awards
Dr. Pamela K. McClain - President
Reserve These Dates!!
Dr. Nancy L. Newhouse - President Elect
Midwest Society of
Periodontology
55nd Annual Meeting
Dr. Stuart Froum - Vice President
February 24 –
February 26, 2012
Dr. Joan Otomo-Corgel - Secretary/Treasurer
Dr. Tim Walsh - District 4 Trustee
A hearty congratulations to Brady Hancock who
will be awarded the “Outstanding Periodontal
Educator” Award at the AAP Miami meeting.
Look for
Registration
Materials and
Additional Meeting
Information in
December
Events to Attend at the AAP Meeting in Miami
Sunday November 13 12:45pm – 2:15pm District 4 Forum
Convention Center Level 1 - Room C126
The District forum provides you an opportunity to have dialogue with trustees about initiatives that the
Academy is planning, and learn about issues that are being addressed by the Board of Trustees. An
agenda of forum topics will be posted on the AAP website prior to the Annual Meeting.
Monday November 14 5:15pm - 7:00pm General Assembly Business Session
Convention Center Level 2 - Room D237,238,239
Voting members are encouraged to attend the General Assembly Business Session. This is the session at
which the Academy’s budget for the coming year will be proposed, Constitution and Bylaws amendments
will be recommended, new and re-elected trustees will be installed and outgoing trustees will be
recognized. In addition, AAP Foundation scholarships and awards will be announced
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