2023 Poster Abstracts

The AAMP welcomes all student poster presentations along with all non-student presentations for the 2023 Annual Meeting.


Last name First Name Poster Title
Aggarwal Himanshi Prosthetic Treatment-oriented Reconstruction-based classification of mandibulectomy defects (pro-recon Classification)
Ali Islam Elsayed Mahmoud Weldahmed Farag Advancing maxillofacial prosthodontics using pretrained convolutional neural networks (CNNs): Image-based classification of the maxilla
Antonio Renz Fabrication of a custom stoma appliance utilizing a digital workflow
Bhandari Sudhir Time required for Prophylactic Oral Care in Head and Neck Cancer Patients Scheduled for Radiotherapy: A Single Center, Prospective Cohort Study
Cataluna Andre Rotational path removable partial dentures in maxillofacial prosthetics patients: a case series of mandibular symphyseal defects
Cevik Pinar The Effect of Thixotropic Agent on Mechanical Properties and Color Stability of Maxillofacial Prostheses
Chen Chen Rehabilitation with a nasal prosthesis after partial rhinectomy utilizing CAD/CAM technology: A clinical report
Chugh Anshul Color stability of two pigmented silicone elastomers for maxillofacial prostheses with exposure to cold beverages: An in vitro study
Fouda Amira A Battle Beneath the Dentures: Squamous Cell Carcinoma in an Edentulous Long-term Smoker.
Gupta Aditi Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a patient with acquired velopharyngeal incompetence using a palatal lift prosthesis – A case study
Haraguchi Mihoko Prosthetic rehabilitation in a severe case of MRONJ with total sequestration of the entire dentoalveolar segment
Hughes Gregory The palatal ramp prosthesis: conventional maxillofacial prosthetics after oral cancer resection surgery
Isomura Michiko Relationship between oral hypofunction and nutritional status in the patients treated with maxillofacial prostheses.
Joo Diana Optimal Timing of Mandibular Prosthodontic Reconstruction After Fibula Free Flap Surgery: A Systemic Analysis
Kao Theodore Variable Treatment Modalities of Removable Prosthesis in Patients with History of Nasopharyngeal Cancer and Radiotherapy – A Case Series
Majeed-Saidan Ahmad Fully Digitized Technique to Fabricate a Head and Neck Radiotherapy Oral Positioning Device
Mendel Ariana Comparison of Conventional and Digital Workflows for the Fabrication of an Intranasal Stent
Miao Mengghan Using a convolutional neural network for image-based classification of the mandible in maxillofacial prosthodontics
Ozawa Shogo Clinical survey of denture retainers for the defected mandible
Pham Alisa Retrospective Chart Review of Factors Affecting Healing Time and Fabrication Duration of First Definitive Obturators
Popa Laurentiu Twin prostheses with different functions for a total glossectomy patient: A case report
Singla Gaurav Prevention of Oral Candidiasis in Head and Neck Cancer Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Takvani Rimmy Understanding Progression and Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Post- Covid Mucormycosis with different techniques
Vaughan Connor A Novel Approach to Reduce Microbial Adhesion, Cost and Weight of ill-Fitting Obturators Using a Digital Workflow
Ved Vinita A novel technique to retain an obturator on a zygomatic implant-supported and angle corrected bar: A case report
Vlock Maria Nasal stenosis: A complication following proton therapy
Walworth Patricia “Weight” for it! Can additive manufacturing improve retention for large maxillary defects?
Wang Jiangyu Radiological protectivity of conventional heat-cured PMMA and 3D-printed PMMA for radiotherapy prostheses
Xuewei Han Factors related to masticatory rhythm in patients with head and neck tumors
Yeo In-Sung Hard Tissue Response to Microtopographically Modified Zirconia Surfaces
Yoshioka Fumi Analysis of facial movement and skin texture for fabricating facial prosthesis
Yu Hongli 3D mandibular analysis following iatrogenic mandibular fracture associated with mandibulectomy: case report
Zeng Zidu 3D-Printed Palatal Augmentation Prosthesis: A Digital Approach for Total Glossectomy Patients with Restricted Mouth Opening

AAMP Student Poster Competition 2023
Residents and fellows in Maxillofacial Prosthetics graduate programs are invited to participate in the 2023 student poster competition.  As in previous years, there are two categories – Research and Case Report/Technique – and first and second place awards including associated monetary prizes sponsored by the Editorial Council of the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry (ECJPD) will be given.


September 15, 2023 – Deadline for Abstract Submissions and Edits
September 29, 2023 – *Deadline for submission of digital poster for judging in JPG format
September 29, 2023 – Deadline for Presenters to complete registration

*In addition to a printed poster, all presenters are required to submit a digital version of their poster.
Specifications for digital file: JPG format at least 1600 pixels wide / size 16:9 ratio (landscape orientation).

How to format your PRINTED poster:

  • Posters should be printed on a single-sided flat sheet. The poster’s dimensions should NOT exceed 40 inches high by 60 inches wide.
  • It is the responsibility of the presenter to travel with their printed poster. We recommend using a durable poster tube for traveling.
  • It is the responsibility of the presenter to support their poster on the provided foam board on their assigned poster table. Tacks and tape are acceptable.
  • All presenters are requested to remain by their poster during the poster session. You should be knowledgeable about your subject and be prepared to answer questions during the session.
  • The author is free to use their discretion in the use of photographs, tables, charts, figures, text, as well as models or casts, or other objects serving to illustrate or support their presentation.
  • Projectors or other audio-visual equipment CANNOT be used. No electrical outlets or capacity will be provided.
  • Clinical Technique/Case Reports should include a literature review, definition of problem to be solved and the criteria to justify the materials and procedures you are using.
  • Controlled Research Studies should include a literature review, hypothesis, methods and materials, results and conclusions.
  • Define all trace or product names first, the subsequently in generic terms. All compounds, materials or drugs must be identified.

Please do not hesitate to contact the AAMP Conference Administration office should you have any questions regarding this year’s AAMP Student Poster Competition.  We look forward to your students’ participation

AAMP Conference Administration
RES Seminars
Tel: 858 272 1018
Email: [email protected]