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Periodontal Phenotype Enhancement for Orthodontic Therapy by Dr. Thomas Thong Nguyen
Orthodontic treatment can greatly impact the periodontium, especially in dentitions with a thin periodontal phenotype. Tooth movement can result into the development and exacerbation of bony dehiscence or fenestration defects, which can manifest loss of periodontal support and gingival recession.
This presentation will discuss about the clinical benefits of periodontal phenotype enhancement for patients undergoing orthodontic treatment.

Learning objectives:
> Understand the factors affecting periodontal phenotype
> Learn the impact of orthodontic movement on the periodontium
> Understand the clinical benefits of periodontal phenotype enhancement for patients undergoing orthodontic treatments
> Differentiate the clinical benefits of soft and hard tissue grafting.

Duration: 90 minutes (including 15 minutes for Q&A)

Mar 10, 2021 02:00 PM in Amsterdam

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Dr. Thomas Nguyen, DMD
Dr. Thomas Nguyen is an assistant professor at the McGill Faculty of Dentistry and was previously the Interim Director of Predoctoral Periodontology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Nguyen received his DMD from the University of Montreal. He subsequently completed an AEGD residency from the Eastman Institute for Oral Health, an MSc in craniofacial tissue engineering at McGill University, and his training in Periodontology at the University of Minnesota. He is a board-certified specialist in periodontology and implant surgery. Dr. Nguyen is both a Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. Dr. Nguyen’s clinical and research interests include the use of innovative concepts and technologies to enhance treatment outcomes and patients’ experience. He is involved in research related to implant dentistry, soft and hard tissue regeneration, and artificial intelligence