Poster Presentations

All selected poster abstracts will be published in our Program Book. Papers will be published as presented by author. Please be sure to proof read and edit your paper! Abstracts may be edited on the ICP web site up until June 15, 2017 (printing deadline).

Edit Abstract Paper- If you wish to edit your abstract, link to Call for Papers and Edit Submitted Abstract. Post your User Name and Password and edit your paper. All abstracts will be printed as published after June 15, 2017.

Registration- Poster presenters are required to register, pay conference fees and receive no compensation. All poster authors must pay registration fees and confirm attendance prior to June 30, 2017. Failure to do so may result in your abstract being removed from poster competition and Conference Program Book.

POSTERS

 

IMPORTANT: Approved poster presenters are listed below by Presenting Author- alphabetical (Last Name, First Name). If you submitted a poster abstract and do not find your name and abstract title below... contact the ICP administration office to ensure your poster will be presented.

 

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Last, First

Topic

Poster Presentation Title

1

Daza, Victor

Digital Technology

One Session Plural Fixed Prosthesis with CAD-CAM System (CEREC System)

2

Hashido, Kodai

Digital Technology

3D-Evaluation of CAD/CAM Crown Fit Utilizing Micro-computed Tomography

3

Hsu, Chihyuan

Digital Technology

Evaluation of Denture Base Adaptation by CAD/CAM, 3D Printing and Conventional Method

4

Igai, Fernando

Digital Technology

Comparative Analysis of the Accuracy of Printed Models Obtained from Intraoral Scanning

5

cancellation

Digital Technology

cancellation

6

Matsuda, Takashi

Digital Technology

Part-digitizing System for Complete Denture Fabrication using Digital Impression and Specialized CAD/CAM Tray

7

Park, Yunjae

Digital Technology

Marginal and Internal Fit of Lithium Disilicate Crowns

8

Taniguchi, Asuka

Digital Technology

Fabricating Removable Partial Dentures with CAD/CAM and Rapid Prototyping Technologies

9

Velasco Guzman, Andrés

Digital Technology

Digital Articulators in the Reproduction of Static and Dynamic Interoclusal Contacts: A Narrative Review

10

Xiong, Yaoyang

Digital Technology

Adaptation of Complete Denture Base Plates Cast from Wax Patterns Fabricated using a 3DP Technique

11

cancellation

Digital Technology

cancellation

 

     

12

Hadzelek, Wieslaw

Esthetics and Ceramics

Influence of Different Light Sources on Tooth Shade Selection for Indirect Restorations

13

Huang, Cui

Esthetics and Ceramics

Quercetin/Ethanol as a Simple but Versatile Primer in Dentin Bonding

14

Roulet, Jean-Francois

Esthetics and Ceramics

The Effect of Ceramic Light Scattering and Beam Profile on the Irradiance of Luting Cements

15

Henrique Rubo, José

Esthetics and Ceramics

Fit of Y-TZP Copings in Function of the Dimensional Changes from the Sintering Process

16

Thokoane, Meriting

Esthetics and Ceramics

Aesthetics, Not Just a Smile

17

Zhu, Ziyuan

Esthetics and Ceramics

Influence of Thickness and Low-temperature Degradation on Properties of Dental Zirconia

 

     

18

cancellation

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

cancellation

19

Berteretche, Marie Violaine

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Evaluation of Masticatory Performances of Patients with Shortened Dental Arches

20

Fernández, Enrique

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Occlusal Vertical Dimension by Anthropometry of Hand's Fingers

21

Geerts, Greta

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Neutral Zone or Conventional Mandibular Dentures: A Cross-over Trial Comparing Oral-health Related Quality of Life

22

Hong, An

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Three Dimensional Finite Element Study on the Restoration of Anterior Teeth with Abnormal Anterior Teeth

23

Iida, Takashi

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Effect of Bruxism for Brain Structure

24

Jang, Geunwon

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Removable Partial Denture Repair using DMLS Technique: Case Report

25

Jiang, Qingsong

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

The Effect of Occlusal Support Loss on Cognitive Impairment in Rats with Chronic Cerebral Ischemia

26

Jo, Yujin

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Gold Coping-supported Overdenture Treatment in a Patient with Severely Worn Dentition: A Case Report

27

Jung, Sua

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Complete Suction Denture for Edentulous Patient with Excessive Flabby Tissue and Severe Alveolar Bone Resorption

28

Kim, Taeyoon

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Comparison Edentulous Impression Surfaces Between Open and Closed Mouth Technique through Three Dimensional Analysis

29

Larrucea, Carlos

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Distribution and Intensity of Oclusal Contacts Between Common and Non-Common Side of Bite

30

Lee, Gyeongje

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Eccentric Occlusal Contact Analysis of Bruxism Patients

31

Nishimori, Hideta

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Effect of Relief Space for Impression Pressure in Edentulous Model

32

Osman Latib, Yasmin

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

The Penetration and Disinfection of Candida Albicans in Denture Base Resin

33

Phang, Ziying

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Success and Survival of Post-retained Fixed Dental Prostheses in Premolars

34

cancellation

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

cancellation

35

Sato, Yuji

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Denture Status in Elderly in Japan as the Top Runner in Ultra-aged Society

36

cancellation

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

cancellation

37

Tezvergil-Mutluay, Arzu

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

Fracture Strength and Fatigue Resistance of Fiber-reinforced Cantilever Restorations

38

cancellation

Fixed and Removable / Occlusion

cancellation

 

     

39

Abduo, Jaafar

Implants / Materials

Prospective Randomized Controlled Clinical Trial Comparing Encode Protocol against Conventional Protocol for Restoring Single Implants

40

Abe, Yuka

Implants / Materials

Assessment of OHRQoL in Patients Treated with Implant Assisted Removable Dentures

41

Bhandari, Sudhir

Implants / Materials

Designing Mandibular Central Incisors on One, Single Piece Implants: 4 Years Outcome

42

Carrasco, Oscar Eduardo

Implants / Materials

Conservative Rehabilitation of the Completely Edentulous Patient

43

Chen, Su

Implants / Materials

FEA of Occlusion on Prostheses for Completely Edentulous Mandibles with All-on-4 Concept

44

Costa, Tiago

Implants / Materials

Immediate vs. Early Loading of Single Dental Implants: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

45

Del Rio Highsmith, Jamie

Implants / Materials

In Vitro Study of Screw Loosening of Abutments with Internal Connection Depending on the Angulation

45

Dinato, Thiago

Implants / Materials

Marginal Bone Loss in Implants Placed in the Maxillary Sinus Grafted with Anorganic Bovine Bone

47

Hajira, Noorien

Implants / Materials

Diagnosis and Management of Biological Implant Complications: A Case Report

48

cancellation

Implants / Materials

cancellation

49

Huang, Bo

Implants / Materials

Degradation of Resin-Dentin Interface In Vitro is Dependent on Restorative Materials and MMP Inhibition

50

Iegami, Carolina

Implants / Materials

Survival Rate of Titanium-zirconium Narrow Diameter Dental Implants: A Systematic Review

51

Kanazawa, Manabu

Implants / Materials

Immediate Loading of Two-implant Mandibular Overdentures: 5-year Prospective Study

52

Kim, Sun Jong

Implants / Materials

Maxillary Implant-supported Telescopic Overdentures with CAD/CAM Customized Abutment and Arch-friction-soft System

53

King, Shalinie

Implants / Materials

Developing a Type 2 Diabetic Rodent Model to Study the Effect of Diabetes on Osseointegration

54

Komagamine, Yuriko

Implants / Materials

Comparison of Patient-reported Outcomes Between Immediately and Conventionally Loaded Mandibular Two-implant Overdentures

55

Kwon, Kung-Rock

Implants / Materials

The Effect of Cyclic Loading on the Retentive Force of the Cementless Fixation (CL.F) System: A Novel Retrievable Type of Implant Prosthesis

56

Lin, Yen-Yu

Implants / Materials

Correlation Between Implant Stability Parameters in Iliac Bone Blocks of Swine

57

Pei, Dandan

Implants / Materials

Effect of Nano-hydroxyapatite Desensitizing Paste on Dentin Tubular Occlusion and Bond Strength of Self-etch Adhesive

58

Ponce de León Yáñez, Enrique

Implants / Materials

Osseointegrated Implants as Auxiliary Pillars in Removable Partial Dentures: Case Report

59

Seguel, Alejandra

Implants / Materials

The Strategic Use of the Nasopalatine Canal for Full Arch Implant Rehabilitation

60

Sun, Jian

Implants / Materials

Effects of Ceramic Density and Sintering Temperature on Mechanical Properties of Polymer Infiltrated Ceramic

61

Wang, Siqian

Implants / Materials

Effect of Different Surface Treatments on Shear Bond Strength of Zirconia Cemented to Veneering Ceramic

62

Watanabe, Megumi

Implants / Materials

The Effect of ELF Pulsed Magnetic Fields on Osteoblast Differentiation via MAP Kinase Pathways

63

Yoon, Hyung-In

Implants / Materials

Three-dimensional Deformation of Internal Implant-abutment Connection: A Biomechanical Comparison Between Titanium and Zirconia

 

     

64

Barrio, Pamela

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Prosthetic Rehabilitation in a Patient with Osteogenesis Imperfecta

65

Bennie, Karen

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Metamerism of Three Different Pigments for Facial Prostheses and a Method to Improve Shade Evaluation

66

Bwerinofa, Dikhabiso Vivian

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Osseointegration and Radiation in Head and Neck Malignancy

67

Celebic, Asja

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Preliminary Study on the Usefulness of Plasma Rich Fibrin (PRF-i) in TMD Intra-articular Painful Conditions

68

Chung, Yoojin

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Fully Edentulous Patient after Maxillectomy

69

Ryu, Junghyun

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Implant Rehabilitation using Orthodontic Treatment for an Oligodontia Patient with Loss of Vertical Dimension

70

Saito, Konatsu

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Effect of EMG Biofeedback Training for Daytime Clenching on Regulation of Grinding during Sleep

71

Zavada, Richard

Maxillofacial Rehabilitation

Prefabricated Radial Bony Forearm Free Flap for Secondary Reconstruction in Cleft Lip and Palate

 

     

72

Freitas De Souza, Raphael

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Single-implant Overdentures Retained by the Novaloc Attachment System: Protocol for a Mixed-methods Randomized Trial

73

Kishimoto, Takahiro

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Differences in Prefrontal Activities Under Sensory Integration Task: Comparison Between Incisor and Molar Teeth

74

Laing, Leslie

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Sjögren’s Syndrome and Edible Oils: More than Whistle-Whetting Agents

75

Moipolai, Pusetso Dineo

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Post-Graduate Specialist Prosthodontic Training in South Africa- Where is it going?

76

Niibe, Kunimichi

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Novel Spheroid Culture of Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Regenerative Prosthodontics

77

Takaharu, Goto

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Influence of Solitary Eating in the Elderly on Symptoms on “Oral Frailty” and “Physical Frailty”

78

Wang, Huey-Jen

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Use of Geranylgeraniol (GGOH) to Rescue Bone Regeneration Impaired by Bisphosphonate-- An In Vivo Study

79

Zheng, Dongxiang

Special Needs / Geriatrics

Effect of Subpressure Technique on the Penetration Ability of Pit and Fissure Sealant in Vitro

 

DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Presenters are required to complete the following Disclosure Statement. The disclosure statement will be included on the Call for Papers abstract submission process.

The International College of Prosthodontists (ICP) requests that all speakers shall disclose any affiliation with and financial interest in a company or a product related to the subject matter of the presentation as a part of the Speaker’s Agreement. The intent of this policy is not to prevent a speaker with an affiliation or financial interest from making a presentation but any potential conflict must be identified openly so that the attendees have the full disclosure of the facts and may form their own judgments about the presentation. Disclosure information will be shared with the attendees to gain perspective on the educational merits of the presentation.

POSTER GUIDELINES

Display boards will be set up for poster presentaions. Only tape may be used. Pushpins and tacks may not be used.

  1. Poster dimensions are 120cm high x 90cm wide (47.2 inches high x 35.4 inches wide). Prepare your poster accordingly. Poster boards will be distributed at conference site.
  2. Poster abstracts must be submitted by the primary author.
  3. If you would like your poster to be considered for an award, please acknowledge submission for poster award competition by selecting the appropriate check-box on the submission abstract form.
  4. If submitting for Poster Competition- Presenters are required to submit a digital version of your poster by June 15, 2017. Please see Digital Poster Guidelines below.
  5. Posters must be set up ½ hour in advance of Poster Session. The presenter is responsible for assembling your poster board and removing the poster. The ICP is not responsible for posters and materials left after session.
  6. Mentors and coauthors may be present to assist in answering questions, but may not present in place of the author.
  7. All Poster presentations will be posted in alphabetical order on our conference web site. Presenters are required to review our conference web site and responsible to confirm their presentation, title of abstract and listing of author.

*To be considered for poster awards the presenter must submit a digital poster*

Digital Poster Guidelines:

  • Please submit by June 15, 2017
  • The title should match exactly the title of the submitted abstract
  • It should be written in capital letters
  • Below the title and in smaller letters there should be the name(s) of the author(s), institution, department/laboratory, funding agencies, city (state) and country.
  • The presenter’s name should be identified with an asterisk (*) and accompanied by a photo posted on the upper right corner.
  • The body of the poster should be self-explanatory, preferably with minimal text and maximum illustrations (pictures, diagrams and tables)
  • It is not mandatory to insert abstract or the references.

The poster can be created in any software that save/export files as in JPG, JPEG or PNG file format. The tutorial is based on the Power Point.

  • Create a new file in PowerPoint.
  • Go to the File menu, Page Setup and configure a custom page size for PowerPoint 2000 (36 cm wide x 64 cm tall - vertical layout) or PowerPoint 2003/2007/2010 (28.59 cm wide x 50.8 cm tall - vertical layout) The difference between the versions is given, for the PPT2000 saved at 72 dpi and PPT2003/2007/2010 at 96 dpi.
  • Create your poster on a single slide without animations, effects or transitions. Try to use large fonts, size 16 or higher for body text.
  • Save your file in PowerPoint, using Save As (on the File menu) as JPG, JPEG or PNG.
  • Right-click the file where it is saved and choose properties, then details and make sure that the file is with the following specifications: 1080x1920 pixels.
  • IMPORTANT- Save your file name as your last name_first name. Example: Smith_Larry.jpg
  • Send the file in JPG, JPEG or PNG file format to: ICP_Poster_Competition@icp-org.com
  • IMPORTANT- Your emailed Subject line should read: ICP Digital Poster for Poster Competition
  • After receipt of the digital poster, a confirmation email will be sent.

POSTER AWARD

Awards will be presented to the most outstanding posters presented at the Biennial Meeting.

ELIGIBILITY: First (presenting) author of any Competition Poster presented at the meeting will be eligible for the prize. Competition Poster presenters must submit a "digital poster". Read Digital Poster Guidelines above.

ADJUDICATION: A panel of judges will review the posters.

PRESENTATION: The awards will be presented during the ICP meeting.

PRIZE: There will be up to ten prizes for Competition Posters in four categories, each prize being $1,000. Due to the large number of possible posters submitted, digital posters are required and will be reviewed upon submission. Nominations for awards will be selected based on the quality of the submitted digital poster. Please prepare your digital poster accordingly.

Prizes will be awarded as follows:

  1. The best case presentation poster
  2. The best three posters depicting clinical research
  3. The best four posters for all other research
  4. The best two posters in any category from local participants

PUBLICATION: Abstracts with definitive scientific data may be considered for publication in the IJP.

ATTENDANCE: Poster first (presenting) authors must be the presenter and are required to be present during Poster Session. Presenters who fail to attend the meeting will have their abstract removed from publication and consideration for awards.

 


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