Theme: Exploring the possibilities in shaping the future of dental and oral health
American Dental Congress 2016
Track 1: current concepts in oral health
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 2: Advanced Dentistry
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 3: Dental and Oral Health
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 befor
Track 4: Therapy and Treatment
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 5: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
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 6: Tools and Techniques in Dentistry
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.
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 8: Endodontics
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 9: Oral Cancer
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 10: Orthodontics
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 11: Dental Hygiene
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.
Track 12: Cosmetic Dentistry
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 13: Dental Sleep Medicine
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 14: Orofacial Myology
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.
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American Dental-2016 is the premier event that brings together a unique and international mix of experts, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, expertise and research innovations to build a world class Dental and Oral Health Conference.
The theme of the conference is around," Exploring the Possibilities in Shaping the Future of Dental and Oral Health”.Featuring 3 days of Scientific workshop, Special sessions, Speaker & Poster session, Industrial Expo. 300+ attendees from all over the world.
IMPORTANCE AND SCOPE:
Dentistry and oral care is a science devoted for maintenance and treatment of teeth, gums, and other soft and hard tissues of oral cavity and adjacent structures. Dental market is bifurcated into two segments: dental consumables and dental equipment’s. Dental consumables represent the larger segment of the dental care industry. The dental consumables segment includes crowns/bridges, implants, orthodontics, impressive materials, composites, endodontic, adhesives, and cements, while the dental equipment segment is composed of large equipment, such as autoclaves, sterilizers, chairs, communication systems, compressors, cuspidors, and digital imaging systems.
Dentistry is one of the most rewarding professions to pursue. Through education, diagnosis and treatment, dentists provide the public with an essential health service. Research is continuing to show that the link between oral health and general health is strong.
- Orofacial Myology
- Current Concepts in Oral Health
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Oral Cancer
- Oral Microbiology and Pathology
- Oral Implantology
- Pediatric Dentistry
- Restorative Dentistry
- Periodontics and prosthodontics
- Dental Hygiene
- Oral and Dental Health
- Orthodontics & Craniofacial Research
- Dental Sleep Medicine
- Sedation dentistry
Why to attend the conference on dentistry???
19th American Dental Congress which is going to be the biggest conference dedicated to dental provides a premier technical forum for reporting and learning about the latest research and development, along with discussing new applications and technologies. Events include hot topics presentations from all over the world and professional networking with industries, leading working groups and panels.
Meet Your Objective Business sector With individuals from and around the globe concentrated on finding out about Oral Care and Dental Hygiene, this is the best chance to achieve the biggest collection of members from everywhere throughout the World. Conduct shows, disperse data, meet with current, make a sprinkle with another product offering, and get name acknowledgment at this occasion. Widely acclaimed speakers, the latest methods, strategies, and the most up to date overhauls in Oral Care and Dental Hygiene are signs of this meeting.
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Why Phoenix, USA?
19th American Dental Congress is going to be held in Phoenix, USA. Phoenix the capital, and largest city of the state of Arizona with 1,445,632 people (as of the 2010 U.S. Census), Phoenix is the most populous state capital in the United States, as well as the sixth most populous city nationwide.
America’s sixth-largest city still has real cowboys and rugged mountains and the kind of cactus most people see only in cartoons. Phoenix is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and its history is a testament to the spirit of puebloans, ranchers, miners and visionaries.
Golf courses that beckon players the year round. Shopping centres as stylish and eclectic as the fashions they house. It’s the No. 1 reason visitors come to Greater Phoenix. According to data compiled by the National Climatic Data Centre, Greater Phoenix basks in sunshine during 85 percent of the daylight hours - more often than any other major metropolitan area in the United States.
There are around 15 plus free, income based health clinics, public health department clinics, community health centers located in Phoenix. For the most part these clinics are for low income persons or those without insurance. And around 24 hospitals located in Phoenix offer the dentistry for the pediatric, geriatric, adolescent and elderly people.
Incomes and dental-health awareness both increasing
According to the report, rising disposable incomes of patients coupled with growing dental care awareness will drive the dental equipment market in the developing Asian countries.
In the developed regions of North America and Western Europe, market growth will be driven mainly by the aging population possessing a desire to retain natural tooth structure.
In 2011, North America was the leader in terms of market share and is expected to maintain its leadership position in 2018. This can be attributed to the rapid adoption of advanced technologies such as CAD/CAM, along with relatively higher dental-health awareness across the population.
Fastest growing dental-equipment market segment: lasers
The rapid adoption of dental lasers, which are capable of making dental procedures practically painless, thereby increasing patient compliance, is helping to make dental lasers the fastest growing segment of the overall dental equipment global market.
Danaher Corp. led the market in terms of market share in 2011 because of its extensive product portfolio and its wide presence in the developed North American and European regions. Some other key players in this market include Sirona Dental Systems, A-dec Inc., CareStream Health, GC Corp., Planmeca Oy and Biolase Inc.
You can access the full report at www.transparencymarketresearch.com/dental-devices-market. Its full title is “Dental Equipment Market (Dental Extraoral & Intraoral Radiology, Dental Lasers, Cone Beam CT Systems, Laboratory Machines, Hygiene Maintenance Devices, Chairs and Light Cure Equipment) — Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012–2018.”
Major Dental Associations in USA:
1. Academy for Sports Dentistry
2. Academy of General Dentistry
3. Academy of Operative Dentistry
4. Academy of Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Therapy
5. Academy of Laser Dentistry
6. Academy of Osseointegration
7. Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity
8. American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
9. American Academy of Dental Hygiene
10. American Academy of Dental Practice Administration
11. American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry
12. American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics
13. American Academy of Implant Dentistry
14. American Academy of Implant Prosthodontics
15. American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics
16. American Academy of Orofacial Pain
17. American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
18. American Academy of Periodontology
19. American Academy of Restorative Dentistry
20. American Academy for Oral Systemic Health
21. American Association for Dental Research
22. American Association of Endodontists
23. American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons
24. American Association of Oral Biologists
25. American Association of Orthodontists
26. American Association of Public Health Dentistry
27. American Board of Forensic Odontology
28. American Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Association
29. American College of Dentists
30. American College of Forensic Examiners
31. American College of Prosthodontics
32. American Dental Assistants Association
33. American Dental Association
34. American Dental Education Association
35. American Dental Hygienists Association
36. American Dental Society of Anesthesiology
37. American Equilibration Society
38. American Orthodontic Society
39. American Society for Dental Aesthetics
40. American Society of Dental Anesthesiologists
41. American Society of Forensic Odontology
42. American Society for Geriatric Dentistry
43. American Student Dental Association
44. Arizona State University Pre-Dental Organization
45. Association of Managed Care Providers
46. Charles Tweed Foundation
47. Certified Dentists Internationale
48. Committee on Dental Auxiliaries
49. Dental Anthropology Association
50. Dental Assisting National Board
51. Federation of Special Care Dentistry Association
52. American Veterinary Dental Society
53. National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial
Number of Dental Association;
Dental Universities in World:
Dental Hospital & Clinic:
The Professors, Dentists, Researchers, Clinicians, Educators, Marketing, and Students from Academia in the study of Oral care and dental Hygiene.
Top Universities in USA:
1. University of Alabama School of Dentistry, Birmingham
2. A.T. Still University, the Arizona School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Mesa
3. Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine-Arizona, Glendale
4. Loma Linda University School of Dentistry, Loma Linda
5. University of California, Los Angeles School of Dentistry, Los Angeles
6. University of California, San Francisco School of Dentistry, San Francisco
7. University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, San Francisco
8. The Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, Los Angeles
9. Western University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine, Pomona
10. University of Colorado School of Dental Medicine, Aurora
11. University of Connecticut School of Dental Medicine, Farmington
12. Howard University College of Dentistry, Washington
13. Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, School of Dental Medicine, Bradenton
14. Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine, Ft. Lauderdale
15. University of Florida College of Dentistry, Gainesville
16. Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine, Augusta
17. Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine, Downers Grove
18. University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry, Chicago
19. Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine, Alton
20. Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis
21. University of Iowa College of Dentistry, Iowa City
22.University of Kentucky College of Dentistry, Lexington
23. University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Louisville
24. Louisiana State University School of Dentistry, New Orleans
25. University of New England College of Dental Medicine, Portland
26. University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Dentistry, founded as the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, Baltimore
27. Boston University Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine, Boston
28. Harvard School of Dental Medicine, Boston
29. Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston
30. University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor
31. The University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry, Detroit
32. University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, Minneapolis
33. University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Dentistry, Jackson
34. University of Missouri - Kansas City School of Dentistry, Kansas City
35. Missouri School of Dentistry & Oral Health at A.T. Still University, Kirksville
36. University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry, Lincoln
37. Creighton University School of Dentistry, Omaha
38. University of Nevada at Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine, Las Vegas
39. Rutgers School of Dental Medicine, Newark (formerly University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - UMDNJ)
40. Columbia University College of Dental Medicine, New York City
41. New York University College of Dentistry, New York City
42. State University of New York at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine, Buffalo
43. State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine, Stony Brook
44. Touro College of Dental Medicine, New York, New York
45. University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, Chapel Hill
46. East Carolina University School of Dental Medicine, Greenville
47. The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, Columbus
48. Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine, Cleveland
49. University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, Oklahoma City
50. Oregon Health & Science University School of Dentistry, Portland
51. Temple University, Maurice H. Kornberg School of Dentistry, Philadelphia
52. University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia
53. University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine, Pittsburgh
54. University of Puerto Rico School of Dentistry, San Juan
55. Medical University of South Carolina College of Dental Medicine, Charleston
56. University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center College of Dentistry, Memphis
57. Meharry Medical College School of Dentistry, Nashville
58. Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A&M Health Science Center, Dallas
59. University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Dentistry, Houston
60. The Dental School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, San Antonio
61. University of Utah, School of Dentistry, Salt Lake City
62. Roseman University of Health Sciences College of Dental Medicine, South Jordan
63. Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, Richmond
64. University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattle
65. West Virginia University School of Dentistry, Charleston and Morgantown (main campus)
66. Marquette University School of Dentistry, Milwaukee.
Glance at Market of Oral Care and Dental Hygiene:
World’s Dentists market research report can be used to help you: understand market size and growth potential; major companies; draft business plans and pitch books; and conduct benchmarking and SWOT analysis. Dentists perform a range of services that typically fall under general or specialty dentistry. Accounting for about 84.0% of dentists in the industry, general dentists provide services, such as preventive care, diagnosis and treatment planning, and procedures, such as fillings, dentures and extractions. Specialty dentistry, which includes Endodontics, oral surgery, orthodontics, periodontics, prosthodontics and pediatric dentistry, makes up an estimated 16.0% of practicing dentists.
Dental visits and consultations:
In 2015, dental visits and consultations are expected to make up 32.3% of total revenue. This product segment includes prevention services (16.3%), as well as consultation and diagnostic services (15.9%).
International Visitors to the USA:
Statistical Analysis of Dentist Revenue in USA(1998-2016):
- Current Concepts in Oral Health
- Advanced Dentistry
- Dental and Oral Health
- Therapy and Treatment
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Tools and Techniques in Dentistry
- Regulatory and Ethical Issues of Dentistry
- Oral Cancer
- Dental Hygiene
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Dental Sleep Medicine
- Orofacial Myology
- Dental Nursing
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