Dr. Scott D. Ganz graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry - New Jersey Dental School and then completed a three-year specialty program in Maxillofacial Prosthetics at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas. Dr. Ganz is well- published in many scientific journals and more than a dozen professional textbooks. He delivers presentations both nationally and internationally as a featured speaker on the Prosthetic and Surgical phases of Implant Dentistry, and is considered one of the world’s leading experts in the field of Computer Utilization for Diagnostic, Graphical, Interactive Treatment Planning, CBCT, and CAD CAM Applications in Dentistry. He has been a featured speaker for most major organizations including AO, AAID, AAOMS, ICOI, EAO, AACD, and AAED. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Cone Beam International Magazine of Cone Beam Dentistry, Assistant Editor for the peer-reviewed journal, Implant Dentistry, and serves on the editorial staff of several other peer-reviewed publications. Dr. Ganz has served as a consultant for numerous companies involved with dental implants. CAD CAM fabrication, 3-0 imaging, and the high technology arena for more than twenty-four years. Dr. Ganz is a Past President of the N.J. Section of the American College of Prosthodontists, Past President of the CAl Academy (Computer-Aided Implantology Academy), serves on the faculty of Rutgers School of Dental Medicine and the Hackensack University Medical Center, and on the Board of Directors of the ICOI. He is the Director of the Ganz Institute for Applied 3-0 Implant Reconstruction and co-Director of Advanced Implant Education providing live hands-on surgical programs several times each year. http://handsonsurgery.org http://aiedental.com Dr. Ganz is Diplomate of the ICOI, and a Fellow of the Academy of Osseointegration. Dr. Ganz maintains a private practice for Prosthodontics, Maxillofacial Prosthetics, and Implant Dentistry in Fort Lee, N.J. USA. Textbooks Dr. Ganz has contributed to.

Periapical Radiograph Not Diagnostic – Power...

Use Cases

Patient came in with pain, upper left posterior molar... a periapical was inconclusive... no swelling, no fistula. How can we determine the proper treatment plan today without CBCT..? An essential...

Not a Member yet? Sign up for Free

Get Started