Implant Research Update

In The News

(2002)

Drs Thomas Balshi, John Brunski, Glenn Wolfinger

AREA NATIVE TO DELIVER FINDINGS OF RESEARCH ON Pi DENTAL CENTER

IMPLANT PATIENTS AT MAJOR RESEARCH CONFERENCE

FORT WASHINGTON, PA (February 26, 2002) John B. Brunski, Ph.D., a native of Upper Dublin and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, returned to Fort Washington recently to discuss his upcoming report at the International Association for Dental Research conference March 6-9 in San Diego. Dr. Brunski (center), now a professor of Biomedical Engineering at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, met with Dr. Thomas Balshi (left) and Dr. Glenn Wolfinger to finalize the presentation, which will outline results of tests conducted at Pi Dental Center, the Fort Washington practice of Dr. Balshi and Dr. Wolfinger. The study was designed to measure forces on implants using actual cases, and to compare the results with theoretical models.

About Pi Dental Center

Pi Dental Center specializes in the reconstruction of missing, periodontally hopeless and severely decayed teeth. The practice offers such traditional solutions as crowns, bridges and dentures, but focuses on the Brånemark System of dental implants, a procedure that enables patients once again to enjoy non-removable teeth. The Fort Washington center is a major source of research information about dental implants.

Pi Dental Center, Fort Washington, PA