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8th Annual Conference on Oral Care and Dentistry, will be organized around the theme “Theme: "Revolutionizing Dental Practice with Modern Applications"”

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Dentistry ensures oral health, addressing issues in teeth, gums, jawbones, and mouth tissues. Dentists offer preventive care with regular check-ups, emphasizing early issue detection. Restorative dentistry repairs damaged teeth with procedures like fillings, crowns, and implants. Cosmetic dentistry enhances aesthetics, boosting confidence through treatments like teeth whitening and veneers.

  • Dental Anesthesiology
  • Endodontics
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  • Oral Medicine
  • Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics
  • Paediatric Dentistry
  • Periodontics
  • Prosthodontics

Periodontal disease, commonly known as gum disease, can lead to infections, tooth loss, and other complications. Research has linked it to health issues like heart problems, strokes, diabetes complications, and respiratory issues, alongside dental problems. Dental health is crucial for overall well-being, impacting speech, eating, and systemic health beyond just having a radiant smile.

Dental anatomy involves exploring the structure, development, and variations of teeth in the human mouth. It provides valuable insights for dental professionals and enhances the general public's understanding of the intricacies of teeth and their arrangement.

  • Incisors
  • Canines
  • Premolars
  • Molars
  • Primary Teeth
  • Permanent Teeth
  • Wisdom Teeth

Tooth anatomy comprises various structures, each playing a crucial role. The outermost layer, enamel, is a hard, shiny substance that shields the inner structures, preventing the entry of bacteria. Underneath, dentin, a softer substance, contains fluid-filled tubules that protect and transmit sensations from the tooth to the jawbone nerves.

  • Pregnancy and Oral Health
  • Dental Materials Science
  • Dental Anaesthesiology
  • Forensic Dentistry
  • Crown
  • Dentin
  • Gumline

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a medical specialty focusing on diagnosing, surgically treating, and providing adjunctive care for diseases, injuries, and defects in the mouth, jaws, and face. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons, dental specialists with additional training, handle various conditions like facial trauma, jaw deformities, cleft lip and palate, TMJ disorders, impacted teeth, etc. Procedures include reconstructive jaw surgery, facial implants, orthognathic (corrective jaw) surgery, and treating facial lacerations.

  • Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics

Digital dentistry involves utilizing computer-aided design (CAD), computer-aided manufacturing (CAM), and 3-D imaging in dental practice. This technology revolutionizes dentistry, offering dentists more efficient, accurate, and cost-effective methods for diagnosis and treatment.

  • CAD/CAM Dentistry
  • Digital X-Rays
  • Intraoral Scanners
  • Digital Crowns
  • CAD/CAM Prosthetics

Restorative dentistry focuses on repairing and replacing damaged, decayed, or missing teeth to restore oral health and function. It includes treatments like fillings, crowns, bridges, implants, and dentures. A restorative dentist collaborates with the patient to create a personalized treatment plan, addressing individual needs and lifestyle. The process may involve multiple visits, ultimately enhancing oral health and quality of life.

  • Dental Bonding
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Veneers
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Dentures

Cosmetic dentistry enhances the appearance of teeth, mouth, and smile through procedures like teeth whitening, veneers, dental implants, and crowns. It aims to boost confidence and overall oral health but doesn't treat or diagnose dental diseases. The focus is on improving the aesthetic aspect of a person's smile.

  • Dental Traumatology
  • Current Concepts in Oral Health
  • Dental tools and Dental Implants
  • Laser Dentistry
  • Dental Abnormalities

Pediatric dentistry specializes in the oral health of infants, children, and adolescents. Pediatric dentists offer preventive and therapeutic care for dental issues from infancy through the teenage years. They diagnose, prevent, and treat a range of conditions affecting teeth, gums, and oral tissues. Services include preventive care like fluoride treatments, sealants, and dietary counseling.

  • Preventive Dentistry
  • Interceptive Dentistry
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Orthodontics
  • Oral Surgery

Nano dentistry integrates nanotechnology into dental care, utilizing nanoscale materials like nanocomposites, nanoparticles, and nanodiamonds. It incorporates nanobots for tasks such as repairing teeth, detecting cavities, and delivering targeted treatments. The field extends to preventive dentistry and dental implants, showcasing the potential of nanotechnology in enhancing dental treatments.

  • Laser dentistry
  • Digital imaging,
  • Computer-aided design.
  • Molecular Biology and Dentistry
  • Dental Management
  • Dental Radiography
  • Dentistry Case Reports

Dental surgery involves procedures like tooth extractions, root canals, crowns, bridges, implants, and veneers for the removal, repair, or replacement of teeth and gums. It addresses various oral health issues, improving appearance and correcting problems. Prior to surgery, a consultation with the dentist covers the patient's medical history, procedure details, and addresses any questions or concerns.

  • Endodontic Surgery
  • Periodontal Surgery
  • Oral Implant Surgery
  • Reconstructive Surgery
  • Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Cosmetic Surgery

Regular dental check-ups, recommended every six months, are essential for everyone, including children. Scaling and cleaning remove accumulated debris, while sealants protect teeth from decay. Deep channels or cavities in any tooth can be repaired, with molars and premolars being the most commonly treated.

  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Fillings
  • Crowns
  • Bridges
  • Root Canal
  • Dental Implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Gum Disease Treatment

Dental imaging employs x-rays, CT scans, and other technologies for diagnosing and treating oral issues like cavities and gum disease. It aids in creating models for treatment planning and restorations. Dental instruments such as mirrors, scalers, probes, and forceps are used by dentists to diagnose, treat, and prevent oral health problems by examining and cleaning teeth, gums, and oral structures.

  • 3D Virtual Planning Dentistry
  • 2-layered (2D) static imaging advancements
  • CAD/CAM Dentistry
  • Dental bridges
  • Dental crowns
  • Dental implants

Dental issues, affecting people of all ages, result from factors like poor oral hygiene, trauma, and underlying medical conditions. Common complications include decay, cavities, gum disease, tooth loss, and misalignment. Tooth decay, caused by bacteria breaking down sugars and starches, leads to enamel erosion, cavities, and potential tooth loss if untreated.

  • Oral and Dental Health
  • Geriatric Dentistry
  • Oral Microbiology
  • Dental Stem Cells
  • Dental Treatment and Medicines

Endodontics focuses on diagnosing, preventing, and treating diseases and injuries of the dental pulp, the soft tissue inside the tooth. Specialized endodontists use techniques like root canal therapy and surgery to save and restore teeth, relieving pain and preventing further damage.

  • Dental Hygiene
  • Dental Anatomy
  • Oral Surgery & Infections
  • Oral Evacuation
  • Dentistry and Dental Biomaterials

Periodontics is a dental specialty focusing on preventing, diagnosing, and treating diseases that affect the gums and supporting structures of teeth. Periodontal disease, caused by bacteria, leads to infection, destroying supporting bone and gum tissue. Periodontists specialize in diagnosing and treating periodontal disease, placing dental implants, and performing cosmetic periodontal procedures.

  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Oral Carcinoma
  • Nutrition and Oral Health
  • Restorative Dentistry
  • Digital Dentistry

Prosthodontics is a dental branch that focuses on diagnosing, planning treatment, and maintaining oral function, appearance, and health for patients with conditions related to missing or deficient teeth. Prosthodontists, specialized dentists, use diverse materials and techniques to design and place dental prostheses like bridges, crowns, dentures, implants, and veneers.

  • Dental Hygiene
  • Dental Anatomy
  • Oral Surgery & Infections
  • Oral Evacuation
  • Dentistry and Dental Biomaterials

Orthodontics is a dental specialty focused on diagnosing, preventing, and treating irregularities in both dental and facial structuresOrthodontists use various appliances like braces and retainers to correct misaligned teeth and jaws, aiming to enhance appearance and function. Treatment typically involves two stages, starting with diagnosis and treatment planning, including x-rays, photographs, and impressions of the teeth and jaw.

  • Prosthodontics and Oral Implantology
  • Dental Nursing
  • Dental Anaesthesia and Sleep Medicine
  • Orthodontics
  • Sports Dentistry

Hypodontics specializes in diagnosing and treating individuals with missing teeth, aiming to restore oral health and function. Treatment options comprise dental implants, fixed bridges, and removable dentures. Orthodontic treatment may be recommended to align remaining teeth and restore the bite. In certain cases, hypodontic treatment may involve soft tissue grafting and/or bone grafting to enhance the jawbone structure and support new dental prostheses.

  • Conservative Dentistry
  • Dental Caries
  • Teeth Braces
  • Invisible Braces
  • Laser Dentistry

Oral cancer impacts various parts of the oral cavity, like the lips, gums, tongue, cheeks, and palate. Common causes include smoking, heavy alcohol use, and poor oral hygiene. Other factors contributing to oral disease are tobacco use, genetic predisposition, lifestyle changes, and the Human Papilloma Virus. Treatment decisions, such as removing malignant cells, depend on the stage of cancer cell development.

  • Dental clinic
  • Dental Implants
  • Orthodontics

Oral pathology in dentistry concentrates on diagnosing and treating diseases affecting the mouth, teeth, and jaws. This encompasses soft tissue diseases like gingivitis, periodontitis, and oral cancer, as well as hard tissue diseases such as tooth decay, periodontal disease, and tumors. Oral pathologists require expertise in the anatomy and physiology of the oral cavity, including structures like salivary glands, lymph nodes, and blood vessels.

  • Ceramic Braces
  • Invasalign Braces
  • Colored Braces

Dental problems vary from minor concerns like tooth sensitivity to more serious issues such as gum disease. Common problems include cavities, gum disease, tooth decay, sensitivity, and bad breath. Cavities result from bacterial buildup eroding tooth enamel, leading to holes. Practicing good oral hygiene and regular dental visits can prevent cavities, the most common dental issue.

  • Dental Veneers
  • Molar Teeth
  • Tooth Crown
  • Wisdom Teeth

Craniofacial surgery is a reconstructive plastic surgery addressing conditions like cleft lip, craniosynostosis, and facial deformities. The goal is to enhance appearance, restore functionality, and improve quality of life. This intricate procedure involves steps like bone and tissue grafts, requiring a skilled surgeon. Reshaping facial bones and tissues is carefully done to achieve improved appearance and facial symmetry. In certain cases, a combination of cosmetic and reconstructive procedures may be necessary for optimal results.

  • Dental Procedure
  • Dental Care
  • Tooth Implants
  • Implants

Dental and oral disorders result from factors like infection, trauma, and genetics. Understanding the pathophysiology, which examines physiological changes linked to diseases, is crucial for effective diagnosis and treatment. Infections, caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi, are common contributors to these disorders, affecting various areas of the mouth and associated tissues. Bacterial infections may target gums and teeth, viral infections impact salivary glands and lips, while fungal infections can occur in the mouth and throat.

  • Forensic Odontology
  • Dental X-ray
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Teeth Aligneers

Dental therapeutics and pharmacology involve studying and applying drugs to prevent and treat teeth, gum, and oral cavity diseases. Medications are used to enhance overall oral health, with a focus on pain reduction, inflammation control, and prevention of infection and decay. This field, closely linked to pharmaceutical sciences, employs common drugs like antibiotics, anesthetics, anti-inflammatory drugs, local anesthetics, anti-microbial agents, and anticoagulants. The application of these drugs is essential in treating diseases of the mouth, jaw, and face within dental therapeutics and pharmacology.

  • Zirconia Crown
  • Implants
  • Local anaesthetics

Clinical research in dental health focuses on studying dental health problems and treatments, including restorative, preventive, and cosmetic dentistry. It explores the causes and effects of oral diseases through clinical trials involving volunteers and patients, emphasizing safety and efficacy. The research aims to develop new treatments, understand dental disease etiology, and evaluate treatment effectiveness. It extends to areas like public health dentistry, epidemiology, and health services research. Utilizing dental imaging and diagnostic tools is common in assessing treatment effects during clinical research in dental health.

  • Dental Hygiene
  • Dental Material
  • Laser dentistry
  • Implants

Dental caries, a form of tooth decay, is caused by bacteria producing acid that erodes tooth enamel, leading to cavities. Common treatments include fillings to restore natural tooth shape, crowns for overall tooth protection and strength, root canals to remove infected tissue and restore shape, and extractions for severely decayed teeth.

  • Forensic Odontology
  • Implants
  • Dental Implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Tooth Cavity

Dental products and biomaterials are materials used in dentistry for tooth and gum treatment, including restorative, cosmetic, and preventive care. Examples encompass toothbrushes, toothpaste, dental floss, mouthwash, dental sealants, crowns, bridges, dentures, implants, and orthodontic appliances. These materials extend to root canal therapy and other restorative treatments. Biomaterials, used in medical devices like implants and prosthetics, come in various forms such as metals, plastics, ceramics, and composites. They are designed to be biocompatible, ensuring safety and avoiding adverse reactions in the body.

  • Pregnancy and Oral Health
  • Dental Materials Science
  • Dental Anaesthesiology
  • Forensic Dentistry

Dental hygiene involves maintaining oral health through daily brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups. Dental hygienists, professionals in preventive dental care, clean teeth, remove plaque and calculus, and apply preventive materials. They also educate patients on proper oral hygiene, fluoride use, take x-rays, and create teeth impressions. The goal is to equip patients with the knowledge and tools for optimal oral health.

  • Forensic Odontology
  • Implants
  • Dental Implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Tooth Cavity

Dental implants, a type of prosthetic device, are utilized for replacing missing teeth. They are permanent, artificial teeth that are surgically placed into the jawbone to replace missing natural teeth. The implant consists of a titanium post (the implant) and an artificial tooth (the crown). The process involves placing the implant into the jawbone, and subsequently attaching the crown to the post. Dental implants are the best option for replacing missing teeth as they provide a permanent, natural-looking solution that is designed to last a lifetime. They are also the most comfortable way to replace missing teeth as they are securely anchored in the jawbone and are not subject to the same wear and tear as dentures.

  • Laser dentistry
  • Implants
  • Dentures
  • Oral Surgery