Annual Session News   November 7, 2019

2019 Digital Poster Session Results

During the Annual Session in Miami, 128 posters were presented digitally. The ePosters varied between presentations of research results, clinical outcomes, laboratory techniques, and more.

Thank you to everyone who entered, to the judges, and Dr. Sang Lee for his work as Chair of the competition. Thank you to the ACP Education Foundation for supporting this program, helping residents attend the Annual Session, and encouraging prosthodontic research for many years to come.  

All ePosters can be accessed online in the ePoster Gallery.

Congratulations to the following resident and dental student winners!

Resident Competition (Original Research):

1st Place:

Ultrashort-Pulse Laser Surface Treatment Improves Bonding Between Zirconia and Resin Composite
Dr. Mahmood M. Abu Ruja
University of Toronto (2021)

2nd Place:

Evaluation of Implant Placement Position Accuracy Planning Using Slicer/Blender versus Blue Sky Plan Programs: An In-vitro Study Based on 3D Comparisons
Dr. Georgi Talmazov
UT Health Science Center at Houston (2022)

3rd Place:

Positional Accuracy of Abutments Using Digital Die Merging Protocol Compared with Digital and Conventional Full Arch Dental Impressions
Dr. Alexander Jelicich
Harvard University (2020)


Resident Competition (Case Presentations):

1st Place:

NAM Express: How Late is too Late?

Dr. Alexa Schweitzer
Montefiore Medical Center (2022)

2nd Place:

The DDPP Concept: Pre-orthodontic Implant Planning with the use of a Digitally Designed and Produced Prototype

Dr. Ali Abdallah
Boston University (2021)

3rd Place:

Maxillary Full-Arch Implant Supported Restoration Digital Impression and Maxillomandibular Relationship Workflow

Dr. Walaa Magdy Ahmed
University of British Columbia (2019)

Dental Student Competition:

1st Place:

Effect of Chemically Treated Zirconia on Bond Strength of Resin Cement-Zirconia

Mr. Anthony Strazella
University at Buffalo (2020)


2nd Place:

To Extract or Not To Extract?: A Tale of Full Arch Reconstruction
Ms. Jennifer Michelle Mehrens

Touro College of Dental Medicine (2020)


3rd Place:

Effect of Fabrication Method on Fracture Strength of different Interim FDP Restorations

Ms. Kelly M. Suralik
Harvard University (2020)


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