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6th Annual Congress on Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, will be organized around the theme “Projecting Advanced Technologies to Improve Dentistry”
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It mainly provides primary and ample protective and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through teenage years. Early Childhood Caries which is also known as tooth decay can develop rapidly in children. Children can also be affected by several rare oral diseases like Gingival Fibromatosis which will finally affect the disturbance in the whole health of a child. Common oral problems in children are Tooth Decay: Gum Disease, Teeth Grinding: Thumb Sucking etc.
- Track 1-1Tooth fusion & Concrescence
- Track 1-2Hereditary Gingival Fibromatosis
- Track 1-3Shark Teeth
- Track 1-4Pediatric Bruxism
- Track 1-5Gum Diseases & Tooth Decay
- Track 1-6Tooth development
Orthodontics is the term which deals with the prevention, growth and development of the dentofacial orthopedics, and the identification, prevention and correction of dental and facial irregularities, abnormalities or defects.
For these abnormalities, laser treatments are now in use. Two different kinds of lasers may be used in orthodontic practice: soft tissue surgical lasers, which are used to incise or excise tissue; and photo-bio-modulating (PBM) lasers, which decrease post-treatment discomfort, favorably affect bone growth rate, and accelerate tooth movement.
- Track 2-1Laser Treatment
- Track 2-2Cleft Lip and Syndromes Affecting the Craniofacial Region
- Track 2-3Management of Permanent Dentition
- Track 2-4Orthodontic Tooth Movement
These materials are used to provide orthodontic treatments and to build orthodontic devices and used in the field of orthodontic practices along with general practices that provide orthodontic services. Orthodontic materials called as orthodontia – the word comes from the Greek orthos, means straight, perfect or proper, and dontos, which means teeth. These materials consist of Orthodontic Brackets prepare from ceramics, cobalt-chromium, gold, composite, plastic, stainless steel and titanium, along with lingual brackets and self-litigating brackets.
- Track 3-1Orthodontic Devices
- Track 3-2Orthodontic Brackets
- Track 3-3Direct Restorations
- Track 3-4Gutta Percha: Root Canals
- Track 3-5Meta Alloys: Partial Dental Claps
- Track 3-6Common dental materials
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is a surgical specialty of Dentistry that combines dental, medical, and surgical knowledge and skills. Typical oral surgical processes include extraction of teeth, wisdom teeth surgery, dental extractions for physically compromised patients, placement of dental implants, bone grafting, tongue tie surgery, and analysis and treatment of cysts and tumors. Maxillofacial surgeon addresses problems starting from the removal of impacted teeth to the repair of facial trauma.
- Track 4-1Pathology and Implantology
- Track 4-2Microvascular Reconstruction
- Track 4-3Surgical procedures
- Track 4-4Cosmetic facial surgery
- Track 4-5Craniofacial surgery
- Track 4-6Laser Application in OMS
Preventive dentistry is to prevent any cavities, infections, oral diseases and dental caries, and enamel wear, periodontal diseases to keep teeth healthy and to ensure the patient to maintain good oral hygiene. Prime practices for healthy teeth; should brush teeth daily, floss daily, visit dentist at regular intervals, should take balanced diet, drink more water, limit sugary and acidic foods. Dental sealants and topical fluoride treatments prevents decay in children’s teeth.
- Track 5-1Oral diseases
- Track 5-2Periodontal diseases
- Track 5-3Dental sealants
- Track 5-4Dental caries
Oral cancer can affect any part of the mouth. Most oral cancers begin in the flat cells that cover the surfaces of your mouth, tongue, and lips. Anyone can get oral cancer, but the risk is higher if you are male and have the habit of eating tobacco, alcohol abuse, have HPV, or have a history of head or neck cancer. Frequent exposure to the sun may cause you lip cancer. Diagnosing oral cancer includes physical examination, endoscopy, biopsy, and imaging tests. Oral cancer treatments may include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Some patients have a combination of treatments.
- Track 6-1Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy
- Track 6-2Pathology and molecular biology of oral cancer
- Track 6-3Chemotherapy of oral cancer and its side effects
- Track 6-4Oral epidemiology and risk factors
- Track 6-5Complications of oral cancer treatment, prevention and management
- Track 6-6Prosthetic reconstruction for oral cancer patients using dental implants
Oral Pathology specializes in both oral and maxillofacial pathology that deals with the nature, identification, and management of diseases affecting the oral and maxillofacial regions. Oral science that investigates the causes, processes, and effects of these diseases. The major symptoms are in instability in jaw movement, pressure and pain, irritation while swallowing and finally physical deformities.
- Track 7-1Malocclusion
- Track 7-2Oral aspects of metabolic diseases
- Track 7-3Infection, Immunity and Inflammation
- Track 7-4Diagnosis and treatment of oral mucosal diseases
Endodontics includes the analysis and tedious fundamental and clinical sciences of the familiar dental mash and the etiology, decision, curative action and treatment of disorders and injuries of the dental mash along with related per radicular conditions. Endodontics has developed hugely in the previous decade and its applications have colossally enhanced the nature of the dental treatment. Endodontic specialists play out a variety of techniques including endodontic treatment (usually known as "root canal treatment"), surgery, endodontic retreatment, treating split teeth, and treating dental injury. Root canal treatment is a standout amongst the most broadly acknowledged method.
- Track 8-1Endodontic Surgery
- Track 8-2Dentine Hypersensitivity
- Track 8-3Root Canal Endodontics
- Track 8-4Laser Endodontics
- Track 8-5Asepsis in Endodontics
- Track 8-6Dental Pulp: Regenerative Endodontics
- Track 8-7Advanced Clinical Endodontics
Dental nurses play a vital role in the modern dental practice. During dental procedures, they assist the dental doctor. Their duties include preparing for the surgery, setting out dental instruments, assisting during operations, dealing with patients and maintaining hygiene of the surgery.
- Track 9-1Hygiene maintenance
- Track 9-2General dental responsibilities
- Track 9-3Dental sedation nursing
- Track 9-4Special care dental nursing
- Track 9-5Inpatient and outpatient care
- Track 9-6Orthodontic nursing
Restorative dentistry is the review, research and integrated management of sicknesses of the oral pit, the teeth, and associated structures. It comprises the restoration of the teeth and the oral depression to utilitarian, mental and stylish necessities of the individual patient, including the co-appointment of multi-expert attempting to accomplish these targets. The theory of the Restorative Dentistry has the privilege to work with other departments like dental, medicinal and surgical masters and other clinical partners, to give and bolster the organized management and oral recovery of patients with complex treatment needs.
- Track 10-1Dental Fillings
- Track 10-2Dental crown & bridgework
- Track 10-3Root canal therapy
- Track 10-4Dental Crowns
- Track 10-5Air abrasion & micro dentistry
- Track 10-6Cosmetic dentures
- Track 10-7Bleaching techniques in Restorative Dentistry
Cosmetic dentistry states to any dental work that develops the presence of a person's teeth, gums, and grin. It generally focuses on the development of dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. It contains the addition of a dental material to teeth or gums, removal of tooth structure or gums, straightening of teeth accompanied by perfection in the appearance of the face.
- Track 11-1Latest Technology in Facial Aesthetics
- Track 11-2Teeth Whitening
- Track 11-3Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Track 11-4Dental Implants
- Track 11-5Dental Fillings
- Track 11-6Dentures
- Track 11-7Smile Makeover
When the Nano dentistry came to existence it made everything for oral surgeries and treatments. But with the current advancements in Nano dentistry may seem to grow further than ever. There are places where instruments find difficult to reach but Nano dentistry made it easy to do the critical tasks.
- Track 12-1Inducing anesthesia
- Track 12-2Major Tooth Repair
- Track 12-3Hypersensitivity Cure
- Track 12-4Dental Durability and Cosmetics
- Track 12-5Nanorobotic Dentifrice (dentifrobots)
- Track 12-6Tooth repositioning
- Track 12-7Nanodiagnostics
- Track 12-8Therapeutic aid in oral diseases
Morals are a lesson which teaches how to managing rules typically aimed with good obligation, direct, and judgment. The dental experts and the act of dentistry are composed of various laws on the government, state, and other levels. Dental Ethics mean good responsibilities and obligations of the dental specialist towards his patients, experts, partners, and societies. "Dentistry gatherings" and “Dentistry conferences” enables the welfare and fairness of persons.
Dental and Oral Care are crucial to dealing with solid teeth, gums, and tongue. Oral problems comprising of awful breath, dry mouth, blister or mouth blisters, TMD, tooth rot, or thrush are all remediable with suitable resolve and care. Oral health is chief to general safety and wealth at each period of life. A solid mouth endows nourishment of the physical body, as well as enriches social connection and advances self-regard and sentiments of prosperity.
- Track 13-1Oral health surveillance
- Track 13-2Dental epidemiology and public health
- Track 13-3Primary care and dental health training
- Track 13-4Organizations of oral health systems
- Track 13-5Dental public health awareness
- Track 13-6Developing and monitoring quality dental services
- Track 13-7Oral health improvement
- Track 13-8Strategic leadership and collaborative working for health
- Track 13-9Policy and strategy development and implementation
- Track 13-10Oral health & dental interventions
- Track 13-11Recent challenges in Dental Education
The field of dentistry is constantly changing and evolving to better suit patient needs. Improvements in dental expertise can offer you modern solutions to traditional dental complications. These technologies predominantly help to advance dental treatments that can be performed in a more efficient: effective and comfortable manner.
- Track 14-1Dental Implant Technologies
- Track 14-2Bone grafting techniques
- Track 14-3Oral Cancer Screening
- Track 14-4Endodontic Systems
- Track 14-5CAD/CAM Technology
- Track 14-6Diagnodent and Air Abrasion
Advancements in dentistry offer the best solutions in oral health problems than the past. Dentistry is utilizing new technology to make dentistry more affordable, comfortable, durable, efficient and natural-looking for the patient as possible. Patients benefit from advanced techniques that are less invasive and more dependable than the years of past. Previously we have to visit the dental doctor more than to once for a treatment now it takes a one sitting to complete the full procedure. There are much new advancement in dentistry that your dentist may choose to offer an enhanced state of comfort and improvised oral health.
- Track 15-1Improving dental health: How high-tech X-Rays can help
- Track 15-2Robotic and digital dentistry
- Track 15-3Lasers for tooth cavity detection
- Track 15-4Sedation dentistry
- Track 15-5Evolving instrumentations in dentistry