Providence ITI Study Club
dr bakios is the director for the providence iti study club. meetings are held quarterly at the university
club in providence ri. please call to see how you could join us! East Providence Phone Number 401-435-4240
Georgetown Dental Alumni Study Club, New England Chapter
2018 Photos from the Georgetown Study Club Meeting
From left to right: Regina Mortland, DDS (UConn); Sandra MacDonald, DMD (Tufts); Lisa Cusson, DMD (Tufts); Cynthia McGovern, DDS-Georgetown D’90; Siobhan Sheehan, DDS, MS-Georgetown D’89, SUNY Buffalo Cert. Orthodontics ‘92
From left to right Drs. Joseph Samartano D’67, Craig Van Dongen D’80, Thomas Correia D ‘75, Frank Pazienza D’87, Francis Connor D’65.
From left Right: Drs: Steve Bakios D’74, Tom Borgia D’76, Ernie Violet (Tufts), Richard Glick D’71, Dennis Flanagan D’71
From left to right: Drs. Kevin Smith D’76, Raymond Roberge D’61, Archie Touchette D’49, Dr. Joseph Peluso D’72 & Patrick Morganti (UCONN)
Dr Steve Bakios D’74 Co-Chair. New Hat’s and GTown Mugs on table to right raffled off and can be found in the bookstore.
Save the Date for the next meeting! Wednesday, May 2, 2018. We will have Dr. Tom Borgia speaking. Dr Borgia is a Georgetown Dental graduate and presently a Dean at The University of West Virginia School of Dentistry.
Here are some photos from our 2017 Annual Georgetown University Dental Alumni Study Club of New England.
Dr Paul Sicola(L) and Dr Joseph Sammartano recognized for their contributions to the dental profession in the state of RI
From left to right. Drs. Paul Sicola, Tom Correia and Sy Bloom
Dr Alfonso Pineyro, a private practice prosthodontist from Bothell, Washington, speaking on “restoratively Driven Implant Complications” Friday, May 5th at the University Club in Providence, RI.
Virginia and Kelley. EBOS staff
From left to right, Tara Gomes; Strauman Rep and exhibitor, Boris Zanzarov; 3M exhibitor and the Speaker Dr. Alfonso Pineyro from Bothell, Washington
Left to right, Mary Lizotte( Sweden Martina Rep), Virginia Perez( EBOS surg asst ), Boris Zanzarov ( 3M exhibitor ), Kelley Radtke (EBOS Office Manager and meeting planner), Tricia Couture ( EBOS Administrative Assistant) and Tara Gomes ( Strauman Implant Rep and meeting sponsor).
Tuesday April 10th, 2018 Dr. Khaled El Rafie. He will be discussing Innovations in Implant Prosthodontics.
Thursday February 15, 2018 with Dr. Zachary Peacock. He will be discussing Advanced Bone Grafting for Implants.
Dr. Gili Naveh will discuss “Accelerated tooth movement: differentiating fiction from facts” on Tuesday November 14th, 2017
Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the University Club, 219 Benefit Street, Providence, RI. Dr Timothy Osborne from the oral and maxillofacial surgery department at Boston University School of Dentistry will speak on dental implant related nerve injuries. The second most frequent malpractice claim in oral surgery is nerve injury related to the placement of dental implants, a close second behind extraction of the wrong tooth. Tim speaks on this topic nationally and will have new statistics and tips on how to stay out of trouble.
Friday May 5, 2017 Georgetown University Dental Alumni Study Club of New England
Course Description Traditional restorative dentistry relies on cementation to attach restorations to natural teeth. Although dentists are relatively proficient in this area, they are often less familiar using cements with dental implants restorations. Several techniques and products have been developed for cementing implant-retained restorations, however, existing protocols may vary from practice to practice. Many types of cement are problematic; some corrode titanium and most are undetectable on radiographs. This lecture will examine these issues and give up-to-date and as-of-yet unpublished research data that in order to determine a suitable protocol for use in clinical practice.
Tuesday April 11, 2017. Speaking will be Andre B. de Souza, DDS, MSc
Challenging Peri-Implant Bone Remodeling: Implant-Abutment Configuration and Hard Tissue Stability
Course Description: Peri-implant bone remodeling after implant placement is a physiological process that occurs as a part of the establishment of peri-implant biologic width. Several attempts have been made to minimize the amount of peri-implant bone remodeling. Clinical trials have shown that the platform switching concept leads to superior results in terms of the amount of peri-implant bone loss. We will also review how the abutment geometry could also influence the amount of peri-implant bone remodeling and how CAD-CAM technology could be used to design appropriate abutment configuration in order to favor the peri-implant soft tissue adaptation and reduce bone modeling.
If you would like to become a member you can go to ITI.org to join or you can call the office at
East Providence Phone Number 401-435-4240 for assistance with membership or to register for an upcoming meeting.
Here are some photos from the 2016 Georgetown Study Club Meeting!