Pan Pacific Session (Sponsored by JACP and TAP): Implant Therapy for the Periodontally Compromised Patient

3 Hours 38 Minutes

Saturday Session, 8 a.m.–12 p.m.

The Pan Pacific Session is a session sponsored by the Japanese Academy of Clinical Periodontology (JACP) and Taiwan Academy of Periodontology (TAP) and is open to all meeting attendees. The main theme of the 5th Pan Pacific Session will focus on “Implant Therapy for the Periodontally Compromised Patient.” The session will feature a broad range of leading speakers representing the AAP and the Periodontal Academies of Japan, Taiwan, and Korea. Lectures will be clinical presentations and reflect recent developments in the treatment of peri-implantitis and other implant related topics.

Moderators: Fumio Kanno (JACP) and Shih-Jung Lin (TAP)

Takumi Umemura (JACP) – Platelet-rich fibrin (PRF): Conceptual and clinical evolution in implant and periodontal therapy
Mitsuhiro Iwata (JACP) – Implant therapy for patients with severe periodontitis to prevent peri-implantitis
Hwey-Chin Yeh (TAP) – Clinical outcomes of dental implants placed in periodontally compromised patients
Aaron Yu-Jen Wu (TAP) – All-on-4 concept implantation for the periodontally compromised patient
Hom-Lay Wang (AAP) – Management of biologic implant complications
Akira Aoki (JSP) – Current status of Er: YAG laser therapy in management of peri-implant disease
Byung Do Ham (KSP) – Unpredictable implant complications from extraction socket management

JACP – Japanese Academy of Clinical Periodontology, TAP – Taiwan Academy of Periodontology, AAP – American Academy of Periodontology, JSP – Japanese
Society of Periodontology, KSP – Korean Society of Periodontists