According to AAP President Stuart J. Froum, DDS, attending the 2014 Spring Conference brings value to all dental professionals. “The Academy has secured leading experts in the field to provide nearly 10 hours of real-world, relevant clinical information to help us work together more efficiently and make our practices more successful,” said Dr. Froum.
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The two-day educational and interactive conference covers a variety of topics that promote professional growth and guide clinicians in providing the best possible periodontal care while also giving attendees the opportunity to earn continuing education (CE) credits.
Lecture topics include:
- Periodontal and Implant Therapy
- Periodontitis Risk-Assessment
- Perio-Systemic Relationships
- Predictable Esthetic Results
- Techniques for Implant-Supported Restorations
“This year’s Spring Conference, encouraging the practice of collaborative care, offers a unique experience for many dental professionals to team up in an educational and social setting that enables clinicians to engage in new, exciting ways,” says Froum. “The best in periodontal education combined with the diverse sights and sounds of Chicago make this a must-attend event!”
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About the American Academy of Periodontology
The American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) is the professional organization for periodontists – specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases affecting the gums and supporting structures of the teeth, and in the placement of dental implants. Periodontists are also dentistry’s experts in the treatment of oral inflammation. They receive three additional years of specialized training following dental school, and periodontics is one of the nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association. The AAP has 8,300 members worldwide.