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26thAmerican Dental Congress, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the possibilities in shaping the future of dental and oral health”
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Dentistry continues to change, particularly because of the advances in clinical dentistry, materials and technology. These changes offer opportunities for both patients and dental practices alike. Now patients can benefit from the advances in Clinical dentistry and dental practices can benefit from the opportunity to move their business in a forward direction. Dental practices need to constantly look at the available options. Dentists can now offer patients advanced choices like Laser dentistry, Esthetic dentistry, Digital dentistry and Implant dentistry. I find that dentists who are taking advanced clinical courses and utilizing technology are re-energized and enjoying dentistry more than ever before.
- Track 1-1How can stem cells cure the oral health
- Track 1-2Measuring oral health and quality of life
- Track 1-3Cardiovascular disease and dentistry
- Track 1-4Antimicrobial factors in saliva: Ontogeny and relation to oral health
- Track 1-5DNA vaccines show promise in preventing dental caries
- Track 1-6Future trends in oral health and disease
- Track 1-7Protein-mediated enamel mineralization
- Track 1-8Dental indices
The branch of dentistry concerned with the design, manufacture, and fitting of artificial replacements for teeth and other parts of the mouth. Prosthodontic procedures include crowns, bridges, veneers, inlays, onlays, complete and partial dentures. Dental implants have become the preferred method for replacing missing teeth, so many prosthodontic procedures today are done with implants as the support instead of the natural teeth or gums. Prosthodontic care is provided by both general dentists and prosthodontic specialists called prosthodontists.
- Track 2-1Replacing Lost Teeth
- Track 2-2Complex Care Management
- Track 2-3Cosmetic / Esthetic Dentistry
- Track 2-4Complete and removable partial dentures
- Track 2-5Temporomandibular joint syndrome/disorder
- Track 2-6Traumatic injuries
Endodontic is a dental speciality which deals with the dental pulp. Root canal therapy is one of the common procedures followed in endodontic treatments. Also includes treatment of cracked teeth and dental trauma. Endodontic treatment is done to save the teeth from diseased dental pulp. Successful Endodontic root canal therapy depends on the elimination of the microorganism from the root canal system through the use of Diode laser in the root canal therapy .Nickel-titanium (NiTi) Rotary files to Endodontics almost changed the way root canal preparation are performed. Regenerative endodontics uses the concept of tissue engineering to restore the root canals to a healthy. Most endodontists offer tremendous flexibility in accommodating emergency cases, so delays in treatment are kept to a minimum and patients can be relieved of dental pain quickly. Many endodontists use state-of-the-art technology such as operating microscopes, digital imaging, ultrasonic instrumentation and fiber optics, to treat their patients quickly and comfortably. Today, getting root canal treatment is often no more uncomfortable than having a filling.
- Track 3-1Pathologies of Pulp and Periapex
- Track 3-2Diagnostic Procedures
- Track 3-3Endodontic Instruments
- Track 3-4Asepsis in Endodontics
- Track 3-5Cleaning and Shaping of Root Canal System
- Track 3-6Access Cavity Preparation
Dentistry is often defined as the evaluation, diagnosis, prevention and/or treatment (nonsurgical, surgical or related procedures) of diseases, or conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and/or the adjacent and associated structures and their impact on the human body. Recent advances in Cosmetic dentistry/Aesthetic dentistry, Veterinary, Restorative dentistry encouraged researchers to explore the potential for regenerating functional and living teeth. Sedation dentistry refers to the use of pharmacological agents to calm and relax a patient prior to and during a dental appointment. To make oral health convenient, cost effective & efficient, Members of the dental team and Dental congress Europe focus on following in detail.
- Track 4-1Pediatric oral health care
- Track 4-2Geriatric dentistry
- Track 4-3Veterinary dentistry
- Track 4-4Recent advances in dental and craniofacial biology
- Track 4-5Global Perspectives in oral health care
- Track 4-6Restorative dentistry
Orthodontics is a specialty field of dentistry that diagnoses, prevents and treats irregularities of the teeth and face. Treatment can correct an irregular or "bad" bite, also known as a malocclusion. The Invisalign method is gaining an increasing interest as an alternative treatment option in adult patient in multidisciplinary complex cases to simplify the treatment plan. Orthodontic implants have become a reliable 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. Cleft lip and palate is usually treated with surgery. Other treatments may be needed to treat associated symptoms, such as speech therapy or dental care.
- Track 5-1Recent Advances in Orthodontics
- Track 5-2Implants in Orthodontics
- Track 5-3Genetics in Orthodontics
- Track 5-4Preventive Orthodontics
- Track 5-5Orthodontic Treatment Planning
Bonding is a procedure that uses a tooth-colored composite resin (plastic) to repair a tooth. Bonding can be used on teeth that are decayed, chipped, broken or discolored. Veneers are thin shells that are bonded to the front parts of teeth. If most of the tooth remains, veneers can improve the look of the tooth without cutting it down enough to place a crown. Veneers are made of ceramic or resin materials. They are similar to artificial fingernails. A dental inlay or onlay is bigger than a filling and smaller than a crown. It is bonded or cemented into place. Dental recontouring involves the removal of small amounts of tooth enamel. The purpose is to change the length, shape or surface contours of a tooth. This is a relatively quick and painless procedure. It is also called tooth reshaping or odontoplasty. Tooth whitening lightens teeth and helps to remove stains and discoloration. Whitening is among the most popular cosmetic dental procedures because it can greatly improve how your teeth look.
- Track 6-1Teeth whitening
- Track 6-2Full mouth reconstruction
- Track 6-3Dental implants
- Track 6-4Fillings
- Track 6-5Dentures
Pediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry dealing with children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric dentists promote the dental health of children as well as serve as educational resources for parents. It is the dental field that provides primary and widespread oral health care for children from infancy through youth and patients with special health care needs. Pediatric dental treatment and disease avoidance is provided for children up to 14 years of age, with special services for newborns and infants.Pediatric dentists encourage the dental health of children as well as help as educational resources for parents. Early detection is necessary to maintain oral health, modify unusual habits, and treat as needed and as simply as possible.
- Track 7-1Interpreting x-rays and diagnostic tests
- Track 7-2Safe administration of anesthetics
- Track 7-3Monitoring growth and development of the teeth and jaws
- Track 7-4Repairing or filing of decaying teeth
- Track 7-5Fixing dental injuries
- Track 7-6Tooth decay prevention
- Track 7-7Repairing/filing of decaying teeth
- Track 7-8Diagnosing oral diseases
- Track 7-9Promoting oral health
Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual. Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requiring multifaceted care.
- Track 8-1Inlays, Onlays & Veneers
- Track 8-2Porcelain Crowns & Fixed Bridges
- Track 8-3Root Canal Therapy
- Track 8-4Tooth-Colored Dental Fillings
Nanodentistry is a branch that involves the maintenance and upgradation of oral health care yet more precise by employing nanomaterials, biotechnology, including tissue engineering & ultimately dental nanorobotics. Recent developments of nanoparticles and nanotubes in operative dentistry, endodontics, periodontal management, has played a growing role in the enhancement of dental industry. Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are cornerstones of innovative dental devices used for drug discovery and delivery, discovery of biomarkers, and molecular diagnostics. Nanodentistry aims to manipulate and fine tune particle to create unique with novel properties and advances in dentistry.
- Track 9-1nanomaterials
- Track 9-2dental nanorobotics
- Track 9-3nanotubes
- Track 9-4dental devices
- Track 9-5operative dentistry
Dental care is important to prevent dental disease and to maintain proper dental and oral health. Oral problems, including dental and periodontal infections, dry mouth, tooth decay, are all treatable with proper diagnosis and care. Over one third of the population has no access to community water fluoridation which causes serious oral health problems. Over 108 million children and adults lack dental insurance, which is over 2.5 times of the number who lacks medical insurance. American dental attains greater significance as it has taken the concepts of promoting oral health, and preventing oral diseases. The significant role that dentists, dental hygienists, scientists, and other health professionals of Dental events will leads to the: safe and effective disease prevention measures exist that everyone can adopt to improve oral health and prevent disease.
- Track 10-1Dental sedation nursing
- Track 10-2Special care dental nursing
- Track 10-3Orthodontic nursing
- Track 10-4Medical emergencies
- Track 10-5Oral health education
Oral cancer often begins with an asymptomatic stage during which symptoms may not be obvious, it is often painless initially and therefore difficult to detect. Oral cancer treatment is usually successful when performed in the early stages, any abnormal change in the mouth, gums, tongue, or surrounding area should be evaluated by a dental professional immediately. A consistent build up of plaque and tartar leads to oral cancer and Nutritional deficiencies implicated as risk factor Diet low in fruits & vegetables implicated in cancers of mouth, larynx, and oesophagus. Diet low in vitamin A has been linked to oral cancer in some studies Iron deficiency associated with Plummer-Vinson syndrome causes an elevated risk for squamous cell carcinoma of the oesophagus, oropharynx and posterior mouth.It is estimated that tobacco smoking and alcohol drinking combined account for approximately ¾ of all oral and pharyngeal cancers in the U.S.
- Track 11-1Molecular Pathogenesis of Oral cancer
- Track 11-2Diagnosis and Management
- Track 11-3Chemotheraphy of oral cancer and its side effects
- Track 11-4Prevention of oral cancer
It is the division of dentistry that deals with the management of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth, especially the gums. Gum cure is essential to prevent tooth loss. Common periodontal processes include scaling and root development, periodontal surgery, dental implants, and cosmetic techniques such as crown lengthening, soft tissue grafts, ridge augmentation.
- Track 12-1Chronic periodontitis
- Track 12-2Gum graft
- Track 12-3Gum recession
- Track 12-4Scaling and root planning
OMF surgery is unique in requiring a dual qualification in medicine (Dental anesthesiology) and dentistry, and is often seen as the bridge between medicine and dentistry, treating conditions that require expertise from both backgrounds such as head and neck cancers, salivary gland diseases, facial disproportion, facial pain, temporomandibular joint disorders, impacted teeth, Pediatric craniofacial and cleft surgery, Antibiotic prophylaxis and early dental implant failure, cysts and tumours of the jaws as well as numerous problems affecting the oral mucosa such as mouth ulcers and infections and also diagnosis and management of dento-facial deformities.
- Track 13-1Dental anesthesiology
- Track 13-2Diagnosis and management of dento-facial deformities
- Track 13-3Pediatric craniofacial and cleft surgery
- Track 13-4Antibiotic prophylaxis and early dental implant failure
Marketing is key to the success of any business, and dental practices are no exception. For a dental practice to grow, a single dentist should be seeing 24–50 new patients per month. And in order to attract new dental patients, a practice must offer a competitive product at competitive pricing, along with convenient, quality services.
For an established dental practice, more than 70% of new patient growth should come from internal patient referrals. Yet, existing patients don’t often view your dental practice as a growing business in search of more patients. Really the number one dental marketing idea is to consistently focus on new patient generation.
Every practice loses 15-20% of their patient base annually due to naturally occurring attrition. And direct mail is proven to drive higher results than any other type of marketing for dentists - but not all direct mail is the same. Dental marketing newsletters are proven to drive 70% higher call volume that dental marketing postcards, plus they're twice as effective at engaging the brain.
Enhance your dental marketing strategy with this gem of a dental marketing idea and get your team involved. Have your team read every marketing campaign you launch at your weekly huddles. Have everyone on your dental team bring in all the flyers, emails and other promotional dental marketing pieces they receive and review at your huddles.
- Track 14-1SEM & SEO in Dental Marketing
- Track 14-2Custom Direct Mail
- Track 14-3Neighbourhood Dental Newsletters & Postcards
- Track 14-4Patient Newsletters
- Track 14-5Marketing Performance Dashboard
- Track 14-6e-Bulletins & Holiday Greetings
- Track 14-7Practice Brochures
- Track 14-8Logo/Brand Development
- Track 14-9Demographic Analysis
Dental sleep medicine is an area of dental practice that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Approximately 25 million adults have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which can cause them to stop breathing hundreds of times a night for anywhere from a few seconds to more than a minute. Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that occurs when your muscles relax during sleep, allowing soft tissue to collapse and block the airway. As a result, repeated breathing pauses occur, which often reduce your oxygen levels. These breathing pauses are followed by brief awakenings that disturb your sleep.
- Track 15-1Snoring
- Track 15-2Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Track 15-3Oral Appliance Therapy
Dentistry continues to change, particularly because of the advances in clinical dentistry, materials and technology. These changes offer opportunities for both patients and dental practices alike. Now patients can benefit from the advances in clinical dentistry and dental practices can benefit from the opportunity to move their business in a forward direction. Today, there is no reason for anyone in dentistry to complain about being bored, unproductive or at a plateau. Dental practices need to constantly look at the available options. I find that dentists who are taking advanced clinical courses and utilizing technology are re-energized and enjoying dentistry more than ever before.
- Track 16-1Fluorides for dentistry
- Track 16-2Effects of dental filling
- Track 16-3Dental indices
- Track 16-4Developmental defects of enamel in primary teeth
- Track 16-5Occupational hazards in dentistry
- Track 16-6Dental and periodontal infections
- Track 16-7Genetic derangements
- Track 16-8Drug-related dental destruction
Dentists can learn about new concepts in dental treatment and the latest advances in techniques and instrumentation in the one journal that helps them keep pace with rapid changes in this field. The journal also aims to provide clinicians, scientists and students of dentistry with a knowledge transfer platform for rapid publication of reports through an international journal. The broad coverage of current research has given the journal an international reputation as an indispensable source for both basic scientists and clinicians engaged in understanding and preventing dental disease.
- Track 17-1Conservative Dentistry
- Track 17-2Oral Radiology
- Track 17-3Oral Biosciences
- Track 17-4Oral Biosciences
- Track 17-5Oral Epidemiology
- Track 17-6Dental Traumatology
- Track 17-7Dental Pedagogy
- Track 17-8Dental Pedagogy
- Track 17-9Dental Biomaterials
- Track 17-10Community Dentistry
- Track 17-11Oral Rehabilitation
The evaluation, diagnosis, prevention and/or treatment (nonsurgical, surgical or related procedures) of diseases, disorders and/or conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and/or the adjacent and associated structures and their impact on the human body; provided by a dentist, within the scope of his/her education, training and experience, in accordance with the ethics of the profession and applicable law.
- Track 18-1Dental Bodies
- Track 18-2Root Canal
- Track 18-3Gum Disease
- Track 18-4Crowns and bridges
- Track 18-5Dentures
- Track 18-6Braces
Orofacial myology is a specialized professional discipline that evaluates and treats a variety of oral and facial (orofacial) muscle (myo-) postural and functional disorders and habit patterns that may disrupt normal dental development and also create cosmetic problems. The principles involved with the evaluation and treatment of orofacial myofunctional disorders are based upon dental science tenets.
- Track 19-1Myofunctional therapy
- Track 19-2Myofunctional disorders
- Track 19-3Orofacial Myofunctional disorder effect on speech
- Track 19-4Orofacial Myofunctional disorder effect on speech
Dental hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean to prevent dental problems, most commonly, dental cavities, gingivitis, caries, periodontal (gum) diseases and bad breath. Vincent infection- a painful disease of the mouth characterized by gray ulceration of the mucous membrane, bleeding of gums, foul odor to the breath etc. Teeth cleaning are the removal of dental plaque and tartar from teeth to prevent cavities, gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth decay. Tooth decay is the most common global disease. A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who is registered with a dental association or regulatory body within their country of practice.
Caries: Future diagnostic tools and prevention
Nutrition and oral health
Photodynamic Therapy in Dentistry
Dental Hygienist, Dentist and the patient
Erosions/ Attrition/ Abrasion
- Track 20-1Effect of tooth brush on oral health
- Track 20-2Diet and nutrition for oral health
- Track 20-3Cavities and tooth decay
- Track 20-4Oral health and dental hygiene in adolescents
- Track 20-5Pediatric oral health care
Dental Public Health (DPH) is a non-clinical specialty of dentistry that deals with the prevention and promotion of oral health. Dental public health is involved in the assessment of key dental health needs and coming up with effective solutions to improve the dental health of populations rather than individuals. Prevention is becoming increasingly important. Dental related diseases are largely preventable and there is a growing burden on health care systems for cure. Dental public health looks beyond the role of a dental practitioner in treating dental disease, and seeks to reduce demand on health care systems by redirection of resources to priority areas.
- Track 21-1Fluoridation
- Track 21-2Oral_hygiene
- Track 21-3Dental_decay
- Track 21-4Dental_plaque
- Track 21-5Gum disease
- Track 21-6Dental therapists
As a dental patient, you now have more dental treatment options than ever to keep your smile healthy and sparkling. Now days most commonly used treatment are Chemo-radiation therapy, Oral manifestations and dental treatment in menopause, Contemporary orthodontic treatment and Dental prosthetic therapy and also most popular at the Oral health Meeting and Dentistry meetings.
- Track 22-1Bacteriology and treatment of dental infections
- Track 22-2Contemporary orthodontic treatment modalities
- Track 22-3Oral manifestations and dental treatment in menopause
- Track 22-4Chemo radiation therapy: Effect on dental development
- Track 22-5Effects of methamphetamine drug on teeth
- Track 22-6The science and practice of caries prevention
Dentistry has seen massive improvements with respect to advancement from the traditional techniques to the digital world that has widened the scope of dental treatments and procedures. Digital dentistry tools and techniques used at present include the Laser applications, Dental implants and occlusal analysis, Forensic dentistry, Dental radiography/informatics, Robotic and digital dentistry and Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues.
- Track 23-1Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues
- Track 23-2Evolving instrumentations in dentistry
- Track 23-3Robotic and digital dentistry
- Track 23-4Sustained-release delivery systems for treatment of dental diseases
- Track 23-5Laser applications for dental hygiene
- Track 23-6Dental implants and occlusal analysis
Ethics affect virtually every decision made in a dental office, encompassing activities of both judging and choosing. Ethics affect relationships with patients, the public, office staff, and other professionals. Without a solid ethical foundation, you simply cannot be a true professional. The dentist must be aware of patients’ legitimate needs for prescription drugs.
- Track 24-1Organizations of oral health systems
- Track 24-2Primary care and dental health education
- Track 24-3Dental epidemiology and public health
- Track 24-4Dental practice management and marketing
Dental researches are done in order to increase the stock of knowledge and implementation in clinical procedures in dentistry. A research may also be an expansion on past work in the dental field. To test the validity of instruments, procedures or experiments, research may replicate elements of prior projects or the project as a whole.
- Track 25-1Future trends in Oral Health Care
- Track 25-2Innovative treatment procedures
- Track 25-3Decreasing prolonged treatments