Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 28th Asia Pacific Congress on Dental and Oral Health Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Day 2 :

Keynote Forum

Zainal Arif Abdul Rahman

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Keynote: Orofacial Vascular Lesions
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Zainal A A Rahman is presently working as Dean at Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Currently, he is working as a Professor at Department of Oro-Maxillofacial Surgical & Medical Sciences, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Malaya, Malaysia. He has published more than 38 papers in reputed journals.


Vascular lesion within the mouth, face and jaws had pose an unsolved challenge to the oral and maxillofacial surgeons due to possible risk of excessive blood loss during surgical intervention and also frequent recurrence of the lesion. The vascular lesions that occur commonly within orofacial region include arteriovenous malformation, cavernous haemangioma and vascular tumor. The author will describe the diagnosis and various treatment options for the variety of vascular lesions. The rational and justification of each treatment option will be discussed in detail. The need of prior embolization in relation to the type of lesion will also be emphasized. The merit and disadvantage of each treatment options will be discussed over a range reported cases. The complications that may arise from these lesions will also be mentioned.

Keynote Forum

Mostaque H Sattar

University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Keynote: Smile Design_Beauty, Art & Science
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Mostaque H Sattar is currently providing his services as a Professor and Principal at City Dental College, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.


A systematic and well-organized approach and is required to evaluate, diagnose and resolve esthetic problems to have a predictable outcome. It is of prime importance that the final result is not dependent only on the looks alone. Our ultimate goal as clinicians is to achieve pleasing composition in the smile by creating an arrangement of various esthetic elements. This article reviews the various principles that govern the art of smile designing. The literature search was done using PubMed search and Medline. This article will provide a basic knowledge to the reader to bring out a functional stable smile. Dentistry has always been aware of the importance of dental esthetics but recently the patients and many dentists have emphasized this branch of dentistry because of the high value, society gives to a person’s appearance. The development of new techniques and restorative materials to meet this new demand has allowed a greater number of treatment options capable of improving or restoring the natural appearance of teeth. These options are becoming more simple and conservative. Modern Cosmetic Dentistry and the advent of new materials and techniques have transformed the way people think about their smiles and each other. Smiles convey warmth, confidence, social status and career success. Best of all, smiles help you feel good about yourself. Today you can trust your smile to a new brand of cosmetic dentist - an artist who understands exactly what you want in a smile, why you wear it as your most important accessory, and how to protect it through the ages. As one of this regions’ most celebrated cosmetic dentists, Dr. Ostler gives you the warmth, experience, and passion that you want and deserve in a good cosmetic dentist. Nothing compares to a confident attractive smile. It’s there when you laugh, when you greet, say thank you, or express a happy thought. Your smile is your most important social bonding gesture, and your most important professional announcement - it tells others who you are. In short, your smile sells you! Give your smile that Picture Perfect look of confidence, beauty and health - because when you feel good about yourself, people are naturally attracted to that! Give your smile that Picture Perfect look of... Confidence, Beauty and Health! This article reviews the various principles and technique that govern the art of smile designing. The literature search was done using PubMed search and Medline. This article will provide a basic knowledge to the reader to bring out a functional stable smile. Some clinical cases will be presented to establish the above-mentioned procedures. The patient loves new smile and teeth and feels they fit his/her personality and idea of perfection. After above-mentioned procedure, we are able to correct all of the patient’s concerns and achieve a great cosmetic result depending on the socioeconomic conditions of South East Asia. The procedure was smooth and predictable by following the proper protocol.

Keynote Forum

Leela Krishna Mohan

Siddhartha Institute of Dental Sciences, India

Keynote: Immediate loading dental implants
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Leela Krishna Mohan has completed MDS in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Implantology from Manipal Academy of Higher Education. Presently, he is working as a Professor in Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Implantology in Siddharth Institute of Dental Sciences, Vijayawada, India. He has 8 PubMed indexed publications and 5 other publications. He is a certified Master and Teacher of International Implant Foundation Munich, Germany for Immediate Implants.


Teeth form an important component of the face. Missing teeth leads to several problems like nutritional, speech, psychological and esthetic problems to the patients; replacement of teeth is must to rectify these problems. Replacement of missing teeth can be done in many ways but implants stands as the best possible solution for replacement of missing teeth. In implants conventional two stage implants are the main mode of treatment for replacement. The main drawback of conventional implants is the time and number of surgical procedures involved. We may need to wait at least 2-3 months post extraction and 3-6 months in case if bone grafting is done for ridge augmentation and 3-6 months post implant placement for biological osseointegration and to functionally load the implant. So minimum it will take 3-12 months to complete the procedure. To overcome these difficulties the immediate implants also called as basal implants/monophasic implants have been designed. Basal implants design permits us to place them immediately even after extraction. The implants in maxilla are engaged into resorption resistant pterygoid, zygoma, palatal bone and nasal floor. Thereby, we can avoid sinus lifting & other bone grafting/augmentation procedures even in resorbed ridges. In case of mandible the lingual cortical bone in posterior region and basal bone in anterior region is used for implant anchorage. Immediate mechanical osseointegration is achieved with these basal implants unlike endosseous implants making them suitable for immediate functional loading. Esthetics may occasionally demand for bone grafting. The 2nd surgical procedure for abutment fixation is not required as these implants are single piece. The reduced surgical procedures, immediate functional loading and completion of treatment in 3-days make them highly advisable method of treatment over conventional implants. Only disadvantage is that these implants placement and prosthesis fabrication needs proper training.

Keynote Forum

Abhijeet Bhasin

World Academy of Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Surgery, India

Keynote: Immediate Dental Implant Placement in Extraction Socket
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Abhijeet Bhasin has completed his graduation from Modern Dental College and Research Centre, Indore in 2007 and has been practicing Implantology since then. He has done his Basic and Advanced Implantology training from Goethe University, Germany under the mentorship of Dr. Prof. Netwig and Dr. Porus Turner. He is a Member of Indian Society of Oral Implantologists (ISOI) and Vice President of Indian Dental Association, Indore Branch. He is the Vice President of World Academy of Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Surgery (WAUPS) South East Asia and the Fellow of Academy of General Education and World Academy of Ultrasonic Piezoelectric Surgery.


Immediate dental implant placement has been an acceptable procedure from at least the past two decades. Commonly, immediate implants have been reserved for the single rooted anterior tooth and single or bi-rooted premolar tooth. Perhaps the most important aspect of any implant surgery in accordance with the successful procedure is implant stability and bone to implant contact (BIC). Removal of molar teeth provides a challenging and intriguing dilemma due to multiple root morphology. In the case of extraction and immediate placement of dental implants preserving alveolar bone proper, particularly that of the labial and lingual plates of bone is essential in providing the optimal environment for maximizing BIC and implant stability. Also, the position of the final restoration must be considered, in relation to intra and inter arch position, occlusion, function and aesthetics. Thus, minimal alveolar bone removal should be considered and attained to aid in the above factors in order to provide an acceptable surgical site for successful placement of the dental implant. Finally, and perhaps most importantly when considering immediate molar implant placement, removal of the intra-alveolar septum should be avoided to aid in increasing BIC and allowing the attainment of initial implant stability at the time of placement.

Keynote Forum

Meisan Ali Bukhari

Consultant of Prosthodontics, Ministry of Health, KSA

Keynote: Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of Completely and Partially Edentulous Patients with Bell's palsy
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Meisan Ali Bukhari has completed her Bachelor of Dental Medicine and Surgery in 2000 from King Abdul-Aziz University and Post-graduate study of Saudi Board
of Prosthodontics from Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. She is the Head of Dental Laboratory of Jeddah Specialty Dental Center-MOH and the Head
Supervisor of training program for intern doctors in Prosthodontics Department. She is a certified Professional Trainer by MOE, S.A from 2014. She has participated
as a speaker and organized many training courses.


Bell's palsy or idiopathic facial paralysis (IFP) is the most common acute unilateral lower motor neuron paralysis of the facial
nerve with worldwide incidence of IFP is 11-40 per 100,000 people annually. Facial paralysis of long term effect, permanent
nature or even short term effect can be devastating for patient and affect the prosthetic outcome. Modern society's emphasis
on appearance and physical beauty contributes to this problem and often, leads to isolation of patients embarrassed by their
appearance. This presentation will explain the prosthodontic management of an edentulous jaw in patient with Bell's palsy by
different modification to the removable prosthesis. These modifications lead to elevate the check musculature, vestibule and
lips there by improving the fullness and support to the face on the affected side.

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Sinem Yeniyol has received her DMD from Istanbul University, Faculty of Dentistry (1999) and completed PhD degree in Oral Implantology from Istanbul University,
Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Oral Implantology (2006). She has completed Visiting Scholarship in New York University College of Dentistry, Department of
Biomaterials and Biomimetics (2007-2009). She is presently a Research Assistant in Istanbul University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Oral Implantology.
She has published over 40 articles and translated a book into Turkish. She has presented many presentations on a variety of topics related to implant surface
characteristics. She is an Editor in Journal of Turkish Society of Oral Implantology and a Member at Turkish Society of Oral Implantology.


The aim of this study was to evaluate the initial adhesion morphology and alkaline phosphatase activity (ALP)
of murine pre-osteoblastic MC3T3-E1 cells on anatase/rutile mixed-phase TiO2 thin films with photo-catalytic activity that
previously confirmed antibacterial properties.

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Lendrawati Syofyan has completed her Master’s degree at Gadjah Mada University in 2012. She is a Lecturer at Dental Public Health Department at Andalas
University in West Sumatra, Indonesia.


Dental caries affect 39 billion people worldwide. Dental caries is a multifactorial disease but we do need focusing on dietary
sugars as prominent causes. Sheiham A., 2015 state that low sugars intake demonstrate sensitivity of cariogenesis to even
a low sugar intakes. Processed starches have cariogenesis potential when accompanying sucrose and cariogenic oral bacteria to
flourish and to generate enamel demineralization acid. The importance of sugar as caused of caries is important especially in
preventive strategy. WHO has release new guideline for sugar intake for adult and children and recommends reducing intake
of free sugars throughout life course less than 10% total energy and further less than 5% of total energy intake. This study asses
the frequency of sugary snack and beverage consumption of adolescent in junior high school with dental caries incidence
by using food frequency questioner. The period of adolescence is susceptible to caries, because calcification of tooth enamel
remains imperfect, there is an increase in total tooth surface and environmental factors such as diet, independence to seek care
or avoid it, still low awareness to maintain oral hygiene, and additional social factors may also contribute to caries.

Keynote Forum

Kamsiah G Haider

Private Clinical Prosthodontist, Malaysia

Keynote: Digital Smile Design , Guided Surgery -delivering facial-driven implant treatment in failed dentitions

Time : 13:45-16:00 Dental Treatment and Restorative Denti

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Kamsiah G Haider has completed her BDS degree (1987) and MDSc degree (1990). She is a Fellow of the International Congress of Dental Implantologists and
Prosthodontics, USA. She is a Member of the International Association for Orthodontists and Implantologists (iA01). She practices multi-disciplinary dentistry at a
private practice in Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur since 1995. She has started her career as a University Lecturer before embarking in private practice. She
is also involved in mentorship program for young dentists eager to acquire expertise in dental implantology.


As part of the Digital Smile Design (DSD) digital implant treatment planning solutions allow for predictable prosthetic
results, DSD helps in visualizing the end product through a blue print. The transition of patients from failing dentition
to complete-arch implant rehabilitation often means that the patient is rendered edentulous and has to wear a removable
complete denture for a period of time. Many patients find this unacceptable. With the immediate loading concept it is possible
to offer our patients a third dentition on the day of extractions. Today, for many people suffering failed dentition, moving
towards edentulism, getting back their smile with a fixed prosthesis could be priceless. This treatment provides a fixed interim
prosthesis use throughout the rehabilitation process, allowing patient comfort and prosthodontic control. The prosthesis
is supported by the immediate implants that we placed which are all on the same day. The implants and prostheses were
functioning successfully after surgery. Combination of digital smile planning and guided surgery helps to make a complex case
which is carefully planned simpler and predictable in their implants placement and delivery of the prosthesis within the same
day. Modern implant-based dentistry has delivered something to the edentulous patient that conventional dentures have never
quite managed by comparison-substantially increased quality of life. A prosthesis held solidly in place by dental plants not only
provides the comfort and security a patient is likely to be missing with removable dentures, it also preserves bone. Add to the
equation emotional benefits -such as improved self-image, increased self-confidence and a renewed social life-and an implantbased
restoration becomes the clear choice.