Multidisciplinary Treatment Solutions
for Peri-Implantitis Symposium

Peri-Implant Disease and the Restorative Dentist- Prevention, Detection and Intervention

Sunday, June 11th, 2017
Presented by: Dr. Chandur Wadhwani

Abstract:

• The restorative phase is arguably the most important aspect for long term health of the implant site. Inability to clean and maintain as well as connection type of the abutment as well as the coronal restoration all have an impact.

• The lecture will evaluate how the restorative team can push the success rate of these medical devices in one of 2 ways.

• New Research from multiple institutions will be provided to help produce an evidence based guide to best clinical practices.

 


Chandur Wadhwani, BDS, MSD received his BDS in 1986 from University College Hospital, London, where he was awarded honors and distinction. He later taught as a part-time clinical lecturer at UCH, and maintained a private practice in the prestigious Harley Street, London.

He attended the University of Washington receiving a Masters in Dental science and a certificate in prosthodontics in 2004, then joined an established private practice limited to prosthodontics in Bellevue Washington.

Dr. Wadhwani has an active interest in education and clinical based research, and is currently an adjunct Professor at Loma Linda University, Advanced specialty education program in prosthodontics, and faculty member of the University of Washington.

He is currently working with graduate departments in Loma Linda, OHSU, UW and to date has published over 50 articles in peer review journals, and has chapters currently in six text books related to implant restoration.

In 2014 he was awarded best clinical innovations presentation at the Academy of Osseointegration, and has lectured multiple times for the American Academies including: Restorative (AARD), Esthetic (AAED), Periodontology (AAP), Prosthodontics (ACP & APS), AO, AMOS, ICOI, AAID and many others.