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7th Annual Conference on Oral Care and Dentistry, will be organized around the theme ““The Newest Way To Keep Your Teeth And Gums Healthy and Strong’’”
DENTAL ORAL CARE 2023 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in DENTAL ORAL CARE 2023
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Oral and Dental health is the important factor in your complete health and health condition. Unhygienic oral health can cause dental problems and gum diseases, this poor hygiene can lead to heart problems, cancer and diabetics. High level of oral hygiene practice (OHP) can keep the oral disease clear and prevents most of oral and systemic problems, especially for children who are in under developed countries has facing this problem in very high ratio. The negative impact and burden of oral diseases restrict activities in schools and homes, leading to the loss of many potential working hours and more.
- Track 1-1• Gum Diseases
- Track 1-2• Sensitive teeth
- Track 1-3• Oro-dental trauma
- Track 1-4• Clinical implant Dentistry
- Track 1-5• Cavities
The pediatric dentistry is explained as the main part of dentistry which studies about the oral health care of kids from birth to adolescence. Children with the special conditions are also treated with special care. Pediatric dentistry is vary from general dentistry, parents opt it as they are concerned about the oral health of their children. Pediatric dentistry is also known as Pedodontics.
The dentist who is studied about the oral health of kids is called a pediatric dentist. A person who cures all types of teeth problems in kids, infants and adolescents is the effective pediatric dentist definition.
- Track 2-1• Dental Hygiene
- Track 2-2• Preventing Tooth Decay
- Track 2-3• Dental Fluoride Treatments
- Track 2-4• Dental Sealants Prevention
Geriatric dentistry is the parturition of dental care to the old people which involving in diagnosis, preventions, management and treatment of complications associated with age related problems. The mouth is indicated as a mirror of complete health, it emphasize that oral health is an innate part of overall health. In the elder age group poor oral condition has been considered a bad factor for common health problems. Older people are more prone to bad oral conditions or diseases due to enhance in chronic conditions and physical/mental problems. Thus, the elderly form a distinct group in terms of provision of treatment.
- Track 3-1• Ageing population
- Track 3-2• Oral changes
- Track 3-3• Medical conditions affect oral health
- Track 3-4• Root and coronal caries
Oral Pathology & Microbiology is the part of dentistry that explains the advanced topics, the behaviour, characteristic, causes, effects and diagnoses of problems affecting the oral and maxillofacial parts and study of the immune systems, providing appropriate treatment of the disease. Mouth bacteria cling to the teeth and gums to prevent mechanical flushing from the mouth to the stomach, where hydrochloric acid obliterates harmful fragile living life. Nonetheless, a very effective natural host defence mechanism constantly monitors bacterial colonisation and prevents bacterial disruption of nearby tissues. The activity of oral bacteria in the two major dental illnesses, dental caries and periodontal contamination has a remarkable concordance between dental plaque organisms and the typical host defence system.
- Track 4-1• Dental caries
- Track 4-2• Dental plaque
- Track 4-3• Oral bacteria
- Track 4-4• Oral medicine
- Track 4-5• Osteoporosis and tooth decay.
A dental implant (also defined as an embed or component) is a flimsy element that connected with the jaw or skull bone to hold up the dental prosthesis like a crown connect dental replacement, facial prosthesis, or as a stay. The aim of today's dental embed is to use a biologic technique called as Osseo integration, in which components like as titanium create a personal attachment to bone. The integrated is initially configured as Osseo integrate and then embed. Before either the dental prosthetic (a tooth, augmentation, or dental replacement) is annexed to start or to put off which will retain a dental prosthetic, a different proportion of mending time is important for Osseo integration.
- Track 5-1• Bone Substitutes
- Track 5-2• Cross-Arch Implant Bridges
- Track 5-3• Integration in Irradiated Bone
- Track 5-4• Tooth support bridge
This is the information of Sub-Atomic Sciences and their implementations in orthodontics, oral care and maxillofacial surgery, i.e. osteoclast detachment and capacity, control of tooth improvement, Mechanotransduction/cell-flagging, bone fracture recovering; oral tumour and also craniofacial/Dental deformity and diversion osteogenesis are discussed about. Despite the truth that the issues of showing sub-atomic inventions are yet to be generous, it is look farward that the eventual luck of pharmaceutical/dentistry would be "sub-atomic": sub-atomic counteractive act, sub-atomic analysis, and sub-atomic treatment.
- Track 6-1• Nucleic Acids
- Track 6-2• DNA, RNA
- Track 6-3Protein Synthesis in Cells
Dental solutions such as braces are under orthodontics and dentures are under Prosthodontics. Your general dentist will refer you to an Orthodontist or a Prosthodontist in case they are unable to resolve your dental problem. Prosthodontists can replace missing teeth with caps, crowns, bridges, or full sets of dentures; specialize in rebuilding other parts of the mouth. An orthodontist is a dentist who performs procedures that correct the alignment of teeth and change the position of the facial structure, teeth and jaws. Orthodontists concentrate exclusively on issues related to the alignment of the teeth.
- Track 7-1• Classification of Orthodontics
- Track 7-2• Removable Prosthodontics
- Track 7-3• Maxillofacial Prosthodontics.
- Track 7-4• Antagonistic Tooth
The upcoming science of nanotechnology, mainly under the dental and medical fields, comes in to light in the research study in their potential instruments and benefits in comparison to conventional factors used. Therefore, a greater understanding of the science under nanotechnology is important to recognize how these prodducts can be used in our daily routine. Nanomaterials utilised in the dental fill ups, polishing of the Teeth surface to prevent cavities, also helps as implant product that are most effective than the conventional products. Some of the nanoparticles used as antimicrobial material thus prevent bacterial development.
- Track 8-1• Nanocomposites artificial teeth
- Track 8-2• Nanoencapsulation
- Track 8-3• Tissue engineering and dentistry
- Track 8-4• Dental nanorobots
- Track 8-5• Bio-nano surface technology
Oral cancer is also called as Mouth Cancer. Cancer that can form in any part of the mouth. Oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and the back of the throat. Oral cancers develop on the tongue, the tissue lining the mouth and gums Dangerous factors include tobacco use, heavy alcohol use and human papillomavirus (HPV) infection. Features include a sore that doesn't cures, a lump or a white or red patch on the inner part of the mouth. Therapy includes surgery and radiation treatment. In some of the cases, chemotherapy might be essencial.
- Track 9-1• New drug therapies
- Track 9-2• Radiofrequency thermal ablation (RFA)
- Track 9-3• Palliative care/supportive care.
- Track 9-4• Biologic endoscopy techniques
- Track 9-5• Novel surgical therapy
Oral appliance therapy is an effective therapy option for snoring and intrusive sleep apnea (OSA). An oral device fits over your teeth like an orthodontic retainer when you sleep and holdup your jaw in a forward posture to keep your airway open Once you are identified your dentist can fix you with an oral device. Dentist who works with the sleep group have special knowledge in curing sleep apnea. The most responsive treatment to the sleep apnea is CPAP treatment. Some patients opt an oral appliance as it is small, transportable and easy to use.
- Track 10-1• Positive Airway Pressure
- Track 10-2• Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
- Track 10-3• Polysomnography.
- Track 10-4• Hypopnea.
- Track 10-5• Continuous Positive Airway Pressure
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells, capable of renewing themselves. Via differentiation, they have the potential to develop into many different cell lineages. There are different kinds of stem cells, depending on the type of cells they can create and the location in the body. Dental stem cells (DSCs), an important source of mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), can be easily obtained by minimally invasive procedures and have been used for the treatment of various diseases. Classic paradigm attributed the mechanism of their therapeutic action to direct cell differentiation after targeted migration, while contemporary insights into indirect paracrine effect opened new avenues for the mystery of their actual low engraftment and differentiation ability in vivo.
- Track 11-1• Cryopreservation
- Track 11-2• Magnetic freezing.
- Track 11-3• Stem cells from apical papilla (SCAP)
- Track 11-4• Periodontal ligament stem cells (PDLSCs)
- Track 11-5• human exfoliated deciduous teeth
Dental instruments are devices that dental experts use to provide dental practice. They include instruments to examine, manipulate, treat, restore, and remove teeth and around oral architecture. The instruments categories are Laryngeal Mirrors, Dental Scaler and Forcep Collins. Dental Instruments are an essential part of the dental treatment. Dental experts including dentists, hygienists, and dental assistants use many types of devices to clean, extract, reconstruct and eliminate carries in teeth. The dental instruments are communed by their use while others are communed by their technical label. There are three main divisions of dental instruments which are used in general dentistry: general instruments that are used in a different procedures, extraction instruments, and those instruments appiled for reconstruction of the teeth
- Track 12-1• Dental Diagnostic Instruments
- Track 12-2• General Instruments
- Track 12-3• Surgical instruments
- Track 12-4• Dental wax carving instruments
Periodontitis is usually known as gum disease, is an arrangement of inflammatory diseases influencing the tissues encompassing the teeth. Periodontitis contains dynamic loss of the alveolar bone rounded the teeth, and if it is untreated can cause the loosening and arise losing of teeth. Gingivitis is a non-destructive disease that happens to the teeth. The most widely recognized type of gingivitis and the most well-known type of periodontal disease, in general, is in light of bacterial biofilms (likewise called plaque) that is connected to tooth surfaces, named plaque-induced gingivitis. The reason for plaque-induced gingivitis is the bacterial plaque, which acts to initiate the body's host response. Endodontics includes the examination and routine with regards to the fundamental and clinical sciences of the biology of the normal dental pulp and the etiology, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and injuries of the dental pulp along with related periradicular conditions. Endodontics has advanced tremendously in the previous decade and its applications have massively enhanced the nature of dental treatment.
The dental nurses motivated by the target of maintaining the diginity and integrity of the profession and of helping the dentist in looking after the health of patients and stimulating the welfare of the community. Dental nurses should maintain the honour, morality and integrity of their job and shall avoid any conduct which might lower its esteem in the eyes of the public. Dental ethics is a system of principles governing the dental practice, a moral obligation to render the best quality of dental services to the patient and to maintain an honest relationship with other professionals and society. Dental ethics plays an integral role in the daily practice of dental hygiene and infiltrate the how to proceed, the why to proceed, and the when to proceed with treatment. Also, knowledge, presentation, and communication are important concepts in meeting the dental ethics perimeters.
- Track 14-1• Bioethicists emphasized
- Track 14-2• Issues related to treatment
- Track 14-3• Improper treatment
- Track 14-4• Poor maintenance of sterilization protocol.
Maxillofacial surgery is a special type of dentistry. Some times its also called as Oral and maxillofacial surgery. It involves operations to correct diseases, injuries and defects of your face, jaw or mouth. Maxillofacial surgeons are advanced specialists who diagnose and treat problems with: Bones and tissues of your jaw and lower face. Correcting cleft palates to rebuilding jaws, cheeks, noses, eye sockets and foreheads damaged in accidents. surgery is done t remove complex tumours as well as impacted and non recoverable wisdom teeth also do other complex dental extractions and do bone grafts and dental implants to restore jaws.
- Track 15-1• Apicectomy.
- Track 15-2• Coronectomy.
- Track 15-3• Dentoalveolar surgery.
- Track 15-4• Pedicle grafts.
- Track 15-5• Third molar removal.
Orthodontic is a treatment of partially edentulous person who is having difficult, especially if a many number of teeth are lost. With missing of teeth, adjacent or opposing teeth normally tip, drift or over-erupt leave the spaces that are not optimal for putting of missing teeth. A surgeon implants a titanium post into the jaw bone to serve as a mounting point for the tooth-colored crown that replaces the original tooth. Dental implants have become a easy method in orthodontic practice for providing temporary additional anchorage. These devices are useful to control skeletal anchorage in less compliant patients or in cases where absolute anchorage is necessary
- Track 16-1• Orthodontic Anchorage
- Track 16-2• Orthodontic Implant Applications
- Track 16-3• Clinical Procedure for Orthodontic Implant Insertion
- Track 16-4• Primary Stability
- Track 16-5• Dental implants complications
Dentofacial orthopedics is the process of normalizing the growth of a patient’s bone structure to repair imbalances of the face and jaw. This process often involves a two-phase treatment and often begins when the patient is around 7 or 8 years old. While orthodontics entails the management of tooth movement, dentofacial orthopedics involves the guidance of facial growth and facial development, which occurs for the most part during childhood, and is a reason why kids are often the best candidates for receiving dentofacial orthopedic therapy. Dentofacial orthopedics is also used to treat adult patients at Hier & Palmer Orthodontics, however, this process may involve surgery.
- Track 17-1• Adults and dentofacial orthopedics
- Track 17-2• Dental exams & cleaning
- Track 17-3• Gum disease prevention and treatment
- Track 17-4• Endodontics (root canals)
- Track 17-5• Periodontics (gum disease)
Anesthesia means a lack or loss of sensation. This can be with or without consciousness.Today there are many options available for dental anesthetics. Medications can be used alone or combined for better effect. It’s individualized for a safe and successful procedure.The type of anesthetics used also depends on the age of the person, health condition, length of the procedure, and any negative reactions to anesthetics in the past. The most commonly used local anesthetic is lidocaine, Other local anesthetic agents in current use include articaine, bupivacaine prilocaine and mepivacaine Different types of local anaesthetic drugs vary in their potency and duration of action.
- Track 18-1• Inferior alveolar and lingual block
- Track 18-2• Long buccal nerve block
- Track 18-3• Intraligamentary
There are a number of different drugs your dentist may prescribe, depending on your condition. Some medications are prescribed to fight certain oral diseases, to prevent or treat infections, or to control pain and relieve anxiety. The doses of the drugs and instructions on how to take them differ from patient to patient, depending on what the drug is being used for, the patient's age and weight and other considerations. One of the most commonly reported dental complications involves various levels of pain. Due to this fact, pain management is an important goal for all dentists and patients
- Track 19-1• periodontal infections,
- Track 19-2• dental abscesses,
- Track 19-3• infections around wisdom teeth, and
3D dental imaging uses an X-ray arm that rotates around your head. While rotating, it captures multiple images and sends them to a computer where the computer puts the images together in 3D format is 3d imaging in dentistry. With this technology, the dentist can take a panoramic view of a patient's mouth, which helps improve accuracy during the treatment. Medical technology has been improving at an incredible rate for the past several decades, leading to leaps and bounds in the quality of care for people around the United States. This is especially true for the dental industry.
- Track 20-1• Dental implant placement
- Track 20-2• Orthodontic treatment
- Track 20-3• Root canal therapy
- Track 20-4• Sleep apnea treatment