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National Prosthodontics Awareness Week

 

Save the Date!

NPAW 2014 — April 6-12

 

The American College of Prosthodontists advocatNPAW_LogoGenericSmalles for the valuable role that prosthodontists play on the dental team. National Prosthodontics Awareness Week focuses on raising public awareness about the critical importance of a healthy mouth. 

A memorable and effective National Prosthodontics Awareness Week begins with a solid plan to inform the public that a healthy mouth and replacing missing teeth are necessary for overall health. Additionally, prosthodontists can provide expert care and are well prepared to work with assisting patients in considering the most appropriate options for replacing any number of missing teeth.


The ACP invites you to join colleagues across the country in celebrating NPAW in your local community. Your activities will enhance visibility of the specialty and the more than 3,400 ACP members!

 
2014 NPAW TOOLKIT

(updated 3.20.14)

ACP Press Release regarding NPAW: Missing teeth need to be treated as a chronic medical condition...

To celebrate NPAW, the ACP has made four popular articles from the Journal of Prosthodontics free to read and share with other dental professionals in April:

Ko, et al:  Allergic Reaction to Titanium-Made Fixed Dental Restorations: A Clinical Report


Balshi, et al: A Retrospective Analysis of 800 Brånemark System Implants Following the All-on-Four™ Protocol

 

Galindo and Butera: Immediate Loading of Dental Implants in the Esthetic Region Using Computer-Guided Implant Treatment Software and Stereolithographic Models for a Patient with Eating Disorders

 

Dhima, et al: Practice-Based Evidence from 29-Year Outcome Analysis of Management of the Edentulous Jaw Using Osseointegrated Dental Implants

 

2013 NPAW Activities and Photos
 

Additional Tools:

 

Oral Health-Cancer Screening Event Planning

NPAW Logo: JPG

Email mheiden@prosthodontics.org for additional logo formats.

NPAW Logo Spec Sheet

NPAW Archives:

2012 Submitted Activities and Photos
 

 

Check out 2 years of NPAW photos here!
 

2011 NPAW Activities:


All reported NPAW Activities


2010 NPAW Activities
The resources below summarize all reported activities from NPAW 2010. These include photos; examples of published articles, letters, news briefs, fliers and other materials.  

If you have questions about National Prosthodontics Awareness Week please email Nathalie Williams, sections & governance manager, or call 312.573.1260.

 

 

 

 

 

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