67TH CAOMS Annual Conference

Reykjavik, Iceland

Sunday, July 17th - Thursday, July 21st, 2022

Scientific Program

8:20 AM – 8:30 AM
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
9:35 AM – 10:35 AM
10:50 AM – 11:50 AM
11:55 AM – 12:55 PM
2:05 PM – 2:20 PM
2:25 PM – 3:25 PM
3:30 PM – 4:30 PM
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Chad Robertson, DDS, MD, FRCD(C)
CAOMS President 2021-2022
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Systematic Treatment Planning Principles for Managing Single to Multiple Missing Teeth with the Immediacy Concept
Edmond (Ed) Bedrossian, DDS, FACD, FACOMS, FAO, FITI
Director, Surgical Implant Training Program, Highland Hospital, Alameda Medical Center and the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry;
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, San Francisco Center for Osseointegration San Francisco, California
Full Arch Immediate Loading; The Existing Edentulous Maxilla
Edmond (Ed) Bedrossian, DDS, FACD, FACOMS, FAO, FITI
Director, Surgical Implant Training Program, Highland Hospital, Alameda Medical Center and the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry;
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, San Francisco Center for Osseointegration San Francisco, California
Clinical Care of the Pathology Patient
Brian Schmidt, DDS, MD, PhD
Vice Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs;
Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery;
Director, Bluestone Center for Clinical Research;
Director, New York University Oral Cancer Center;
New York University Dentistry
New York, New York
The Continuing Challenge of Oral Cancer
Brian Schmidt, DDS, MD, PhD
Vice Dean for Research and Faculty Affairs;
Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery;
Director, Bluestone Center for Clinical Research;
Director, New York University Oral Cancer Center;
New York University Dentistry
New York, New York
8th Founders’ Lecture in Honour of Dennis Lanigan
Remarks by Dennis Lanigan, DMD, MD
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon (retired)
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Stem Cells and the Formation and Maintenance of Bone
Sean Morrison, BSc, PhD, Fellow, Neurobiology
Director, Children’s Research Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center;
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Dallas, Texas
Less Traumatic Orthognathic Surgery, as in Office Day Surgery
Gudmundur Björnsson, DDS, dr. odontologie
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, GAB Oral Surgery Clinic
Reykjavik, Iceland

Travel & Accommodation

All foreign visitors to Iceland must have a passport that is valid for at least 3 months beyond their return date.

Travel

The CAOMS is pleased to announce that Air Canada is offering reductions on base fares for travel to and from Reykjavik (airport code KEF – Keflavik International Airport).

To book your flight directly with Air Canada, access aircanada.com and enter the promotion code CQN2WA31 on the home page. The travel period begins Sunday, July 10 and ends on Thursday, July 28, 2022.

The discount (usually 10%) is dependent on the fare booked.

Please note that all flights from Canada to Reykjavik, depart in the evening, with arrival in the early morning.

The CAOMS has partnered with Iceland Travel to make your early morning arrival seamless. With this optional tour, Iceland Travel will meet you at the airport, provide a transfer in a private coach for breakfast at Viking World. Following breakfast, you will travel to the Blue Lagoon thermal baths where you will experience what Iceland is known for: its geothermal seawater. While your luggage remains secure in the motor coach, all you need is your swimsuit as you will be provided with a towel, robe and slippers. Following a relaxing, rejuvenating and unforgettable experience you will have lunch at Lava restaurant and then travel to the Parliament Hotel in time to check in. What better way to start your Icelandic adventure!

Airport Transfers

Flybus offers bus transportation service from Reykjavik Airport to Reykjavik City Center that is available for each flight. Advance booking is recommended (click here for more information). If your flight is delayed, Flybus will wait for you.

Accommodation

The CAOMS 67th Annual Conference host hotel is the Iceland Parliament Hotel, part of the Curio Collection by Hilton.

The hotel is located opposite Iceland’s parliament building at Reykjavik’s main square, a leisurely 10-minute walk from the Harpa Conference Centre where the scientific sessions will take place. Scheduled to open in the spring of 2022, the hotel merges Iceland’s history with international inspiration. The hotel features 145 well-appointed guestrooms. 

Suites are available and can be requested during the on-line registration process. 

Included with your guestroom are:

Social Events

*Please note that these social events are included in your registration.

Sunday, July 17,
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Monday, July 18
6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday, July 19
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday, July 20
6:30 PM - 10:30 PM
Welcome Reception – sponsored by
Join your friends and colleagues at the Parliament Hotel for light snacks and refreshments before heading out to explore some of the local fare at one of the many restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.
Perlan Museum Dinner – sponsored by
The “Pearl”, with its highly unusual architecture, is one of the finest restaurants in Iceland. It rests on six huge storage tanks, each able to hold 4 million liters of geothermal hot water for the city of Reykjavik. The restaurant is on the top floor which slowly rotates, providing a magnificent panoramic view of Reykjavík and surroundings as you dine.



The restaurant is situated within a glass dome, an enchanting world where the woodlands meet the sky, with incredible views in all directions. It is a bistro-style restaurant with a lively, light atmosphere and an emphasis on simplicity and seasonal ingredients, where Icelandic food traditions meet classic European cuisine.

This is a special experience where you can dine under the midnight sun.
Vedei Island Dinner – sponsored by
We will travel by chartered ferry to and from the Island of Viðey, which is one of Iceland’s most famous historical sites, dating back to the 10th century. The restaurant’s tables still bow beneath the weight of sumptuous food, just as they did at the banquets 200 years ago. Along with the restaurant’s exclusivity and privacy, the view adds to the delightful meal, making for a memorable experience.

Before or after dinner, take a short walk and visit the Imagine Peace Tower, a tower of light that is an outdoor work of art conceived by Yoko Ono in memory of John Lennon.
Closing Dinner, Harpa Conference Centre
What better way to cap off a great week in Reykjavik than enjoying dinner at La Primavera. The restaurant has been a feature of Reykjavik cuisine since 1993 and recently opened a second location inside the Harpa Conference Centre. With a menu that combines food traditions from Northern Italy with premium Icelandic ingredients, the closing dinner will be a feast to remember. The backdrop of floor to ceiling windows on the 4th floor of the Harpa Conference Centre provides a spectacular setting for our closing dinner.

Registration

This year, OMFS, Residents and Non-Member registration rates include the following:

This year, the Guest registration rate includes the following:

The Early Bird deadline is May 2, 2022

Early Bird
Regular
CAOMS/SOMS Member
$ 3,950
$ 4,450
CAOMS Resident
$ 2,950
$ 3,250
Guest
$ 1,950
$ 2,250
Non-Member
$ 4,650
$ 4,950

General Information

Thanks to our 2022 sponsors

Titanium Sponsor

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Diamond Sponsor

If you are interested in being a sponsor

Tours

Monday, July 18

Golden Circle Tour

8:30 AM – 5:00 PM

This full-day tour includes the three destinations most featured on postcards of Iceland and is a wonderful introduction to your trip. If you are a fan of Game of Thrones, you may recognize some of the landmarks.

Wednesday, July 20

Reykjavik City Highlights and Lunch

10:00 AM – 4:30 PM

Reykjavík is a modern city with a wide range of restaurants, museums, galleries and theatres. The first hour you will travel by motor coach for a
panoramic tour of the city to ensure you see all of the important sights. You will then continue on foot exploring the old town centre, the House of
Parliament, City Hall, and the Art Museum, followed by lunch at Kopar, a restaurant in the old harbour that emphasizes local, sustainable Icelandic ingredients whenever possible.
 
After lunch, we will walk to experience the FlyOver Iceland activity (click here for a sneak peek), then finish the afternoon with two tastings – at Omnom Chocolate, Iceland’s only bean to bar chocolate
maker, and the Ostabudin Cheese Shop.

Price: Adults: $ 275 Children: $ 225
Tour Includes: Transportation, entrance fees, guide, tastings and lunch