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5th International Conference on Dental and Clinical Dentistry, will be organized around the theme “Current trends in the arena of Clinical Dentistry”
Clinical Dentistry 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Clinical Dentistry 2020
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The Discipline of Clinical Dental Research has undergoing changes in scope, methods, instrumentation and technology which is driven by increased awareness of quality health care in developing countries and advanced biotechnological availability in developed world. It includes increase application of computer technology in diagnostic science, molecular methods, and clinical measurements, which in turn will affect clinical decision making with increased accuracy.
The changes in pattern of oral disease have further increased the scope of clinical research with shift in focus of research to explore unknown etiological factor and etiopathogenesis. Hence the overall trend is towards the increased demand of trained and experienced clinical investigator in dentistry.
- Track 1-1Practical Accelerated Restorative Techniques
- Track 1-2Techniques in Adhesive Dentistry
- Track 1-3Nanobiomaterials
- Track 1-4Implants in clinical dentistry
Advancements in new dental technology offer better solutions for traditional oral health problems than ever before. The trend in dentistry is utilizing technology to make dentistry more 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. Procedures that formerly took multiple trips to the dentist or required multiple health care providers can often be performed in the comfort of one office by one qualified provider. There are much new advancement in dentistry that your dentist may choose to offer for an enhanced state of comfort and improved oral health.
- Track 2-1Intra-oral cameras
- Track 2-2WaterLase iPlus
- Track 2-3Dental X-rays
- Track 2-4Dental Cone Beam Computed Tomography
- Track 2-5Implants in clinical dentistry
Orthodontics is a branch of “dentistry” that specializes in treating patients with improper positioning of teeth when the mouth is closed (malocclusion), which results in an improper bite. Orthodontics also includes treating and controlling various aspects of facial growth (Dentofacial orthopedics) and the shape and development of the jaw .An orthodontics specialist is called an orthodontist.
- Track 3-1Palatal expander
- Track 3-2Herbst appliance
- Track 3-3Debonding
Oral Cancer: Pathophysiology the term oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and the pharynx. Several types of tissue make up the mouth and oropharynx. Most cases of oral cancer are because of cigarette smoking, heavy alcohol use or the use of both tobacco and alcohol consumptions. The stage of oral cancer is one of the most important factors in evaluating treatment options. A stage I oral cancer tumor means the primary tumor is 2 cm across or smaller and no cancer cells are present in nearby structures, lymph nodes or distant sites. A stage II oral tumor measures 2–4 cm across and no cancer cells are present in nearby structures, lymph nodes or distant sites. The oral tumor is larger than 4 cm across and no cancer cells are present in nearby structures, lymph nodes or distant sites is stage III. Stage IV is the tumor has invaded deeper areas and/or tissues. Depending on the stage of Oral Cancer the type of surgery is recommended. Tumor resection is an operation to remove the entire tumor. Some normal tissue surrounding the tumor is also removed to ensure that no cancer cells remain in the body.
- Track 4-1Live implant Surgery
- Track 4-2Tobacco and Oral disease
- Track 4-3Chemotherapy of Oral Cancer and it’s side effects
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is an exciting and challenging specialty of Dentistry that combines dental, medical, and surgical knowledge and skills. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the specialty of Dentistry that concentrates on the diagnosis and surgical management of oral and maxillofacial pathologic conditions, including epithelial diseases and mesenchyme disorders of soft and hard tissues.
- Track 5-1Reconstructive surgery
- Track 5-2Maxillofacial regeneration
- Track 5-3Craniomaxillofacial trauma and reconstruction
Dental materials are specially fabricated materials, designed for use in dentistry. There are many different types of dental material, and their characteristics vary according to their intended purpose. Examples include temporary dressings, dental restorations, endodontic materials, impression materials, prosthetic materials, dental implants, and many others.
- Track 6-1Restorative dental material
- Track 6-2Endodantic materials
- Track 6-3Classification of adverse reaction from Dental material
- Track 6-4Dental laboratory material
Periodontics is that specialty of dentistry which encompasses the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the supporting and surrounding tissues of the teeth or their substitutes and the maintenance of the health, function and esthetics of these structures and tissues. The didactic areas of instruction include the normal periodontium at the macro and microscopic level, periodontal pathology including intra-oral lesions associated with periodontal conditions, periodontal microbiology and immunology, pain control and pharmacology applicable to periodontal treatments, cell biology, wound healing including periodontal regeneration, dental implantology, case management, epidemiology and statistics in Periodontology.
- Track 7-1Periodontal Surgery
- Track 7-2Classification of Periodontal disease
- Track 7-3Non-Surgical Therapy
- Track 7-4Smoking and Periodontal Health
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 8-1Myofunctional Therapy
- Track 8-2Myofunctional Disorders
- Track 8-3Orofacial Myofunctional disorder effect on speech
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 9-1Oral appliance therapy
Green dentistry is a high-tech approach that reduces the environmental impact of dental practices and encompasses a service model for dentistry that supports and maintains wellness. Green dentistry meets the needs of millions of wellness lifestyle patients, and helps dental professionals protect planetary and community health, as well as the financial health of their practices.
- Track 10-1Chemotherapeutic agents
- Track 10-2Action of drugs on ANS and at Neuro-muscular junction
- Track 10-3Analgesics and Analpectics
Cosmetic dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of a person's teeth, mouth and smile. Cosmetic dentistry provides elective – or desired – treatments or services. Cosmetic dentistry treatments currently in use include Inlays/Onlays, Composite Bonding, Teeth Whitening, Dental Veneers, Dental Implants, Smile Makeover, Full mouth reconstruction.
- Track 11-1Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Track 11-2Teeth Whitening
- Track 11-3Fillings
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 12-1Dental sedation nursing
- Track 12-2Special care Dental nursing
- Track 12-3Orthodontic nursing
- Track 12-4Oral Health education
Dental Hygiene encompasses the relationship between oral health care and total body health. Providing individualized oral hygiene care requires knowledge in the application of principles of biomedical, clinical and social sciences. A dental hygienist has the opportunity to influence a patient’s overall health by providing knowledgeable oral hygiene treatment. The profession requires an interest in science and health care and, equally important, a desire to work with and help people.
- Track 13-1Dentures
- Track 13-2Flossing and Mouth wash
- Track 13-3Teeth whitening
- Track 13-4Dental Health Issues
Dentists who specialize in public dental health are concerned with the positive dental well-being of a community rather than for singular patients. Their efforts focus on dental health education, community oral health programs and the overall prevention of dental diseases on a larger scale.
- Track 14-1Dental Public Health intelligence
- Track 14-2Academic Dental Public Health
- Track 14-3Oral Health surveillance
Oral microbiology is a complex ecological system where up to 700 species of microorganisms that have been identified .Some of the predominant groups present in the mouth includes Streptococcus, Neisseria, Veillonella, Actinomyces and other obligate anaerobes. These organisms maintain a mutualistic relationship with the host by preventing pathogenic species from adhering to the mucosal surface. Oral microflorae can cause dental plaques and are also a common cause dental caries and periodontal disease. Oral disease in an individual can be caused due to a combination of lack of oral hygiene and factors influencing the ora microbial community structure, such as diet. An understanding of the oral environment and microbial interactions leads to understanding the main causes for the onset of oral diseases.
- Track 15-1Malocclusion
- Track 15-2Gingivitis & Periodontitis
- Track 15-3Neoplastic & Idiopathic disorders
Forensic dentistry is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. Forensic dentists are involved in assisting investigative agencies to identify recovered human remains in addition to the identification of whole or fragmented bodies; forensic dentists may also be asked to assist in determining age, race, occupation, previous dental history and socioeconomic status of unidentified human beings. Identification is done by the comparison of ante-mortem and post-mortem dental records and using the unique features visible on dental radiographs.
- Track 16-1Identification & Methods
- Track 16-2Dental identification
- Track 16-3Age estimation
- Track 16-4Personal abuse – Oral and Dental aspects
The aim of this dental research studies is to promote research in all fields of oral and related sciences, to encourage improvements in methods for the prevention and treatment of oral and dental disease, to improve the oral health of the public through research, and to facilitate cooperation among investigators and the communication of research findings and their implications throughout the world.
Dental anesthesiology (or dental anesthesiology) is the specialty of dentistry that deals with the management of pain through the use of advanced local and general anesthesia techniques.
Dental anesthesiology is the discipline in dentistry that manages pain and anxiety through the use of local anesthesia, sedation, and general anesthesia. Dental Anesthesiology educates graduate, pre-doctoral, and dental hygiene students in the management of pain, fear, and anxiety associated with dental treatment.
- Track 18-1Use of lasers
- Track 18-2Sedation techniques
- Track 18-3Pain free Dentistry
- Track 18-4Dental Radiology
Preventive dentistry is the practice of caring for one's teeth to keep them healthy. This helps to avoid cavities, gum disease, enamel wear, and more. Preventive dentistry prevents people from developing dental problems later on. Cavities, gingivitis, enamel loss, and periodontitis can all be avoided or mitigated with proper dental care. Operative dentistry concerned with restoration of parts of the teeth that are defective as a result of disease, trauma, or abnormal development to a state of normal function, health, and esthetics.
- Track 19-1Instruments used in Operative Dentistry
- Track 19-2Preventive Dentistry for Children
- Track 19-3Current concept in Preventive Dentistry
- Track 19-4Techniques involved in Operative Dentistry
Digital dentistry may be defined in a broad scope as any dental technology or device that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components in contrast to that of mechanical or electrical alone. This broad definition can range from the most commonly thought area of digital dentistry CAD/CAM (computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing) to those that may not even be recognized, such as computer-controlled delivery of nitrous oxide.
- Track 20-1CAD/CAM and intraoral imaging — both laboratory- and clinician-controlled
- Track 20-2Computer-aided implant dentistry — including design and fabrication of surgical guides
- Track 20-3Digital radiography — intraoral and extra oral, including cone beam computed tomography (CBCT)
- Track 20-4Electric and surgical/implant hand pieces
- Track 20-5Occlusion and TMJ analysis and diagnosis
- Track 20-6Lasers
Dental pharmacology is the study of drugs used to treat conditions of the oral cavity. Some of these drugs include antibiotics, analgesics, anti-inflammatory drugs and anti-Periodontitis agents. Dental pharmacology studies the effects of drugs and their use for preventive, diagnostic and therapy. Clinical pharmacology studies the effects of drugs and their use for preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. It is an interdisciplinary field that requires integration of physiology and pathophysiology. Assessment of the benefits and potential risks of drug administration and abuse, drug interactions and individual variability to drug response are also areas particularly relevant in clinical settings. It is an interdisciplinary field that requires integration of physiology and pathophysiology. Assessment of the benefits and potential risks of drug administration and abuse, drug interactions and individual variability to drug response are also areas particularly relevant in clinical settings.
- Track 21-1Autonomic Nervous system drugs
- Track 21-2Managment of chronic and non-odontogenic pain
- Track 21-3Heamostatics and Anti-coagulent
Tooth restorations are the various ways your dentist can replace missing teeth or repair missing parts of the tooth structure which is most commonly discussed topic at the Upcoming dental conferences. Tooth structure can be missing due to decay, deterioration of a previously placed restoration, or fracture of a tooth. Examples of restorations include the Dental Fillings, Dental Crowns, Cosmetic Dentures, Bridges and Implants.
Pediatric dentists are dedicated to the oral health of children from infancy through the teen years. They have the experience and qualifications to care for a child’s teeth, gums, and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood. Pediatric dentists provides comprehensive oral health care that includes the Infant oral health exams, Pediatric Endodontic, Dental caries and Pediatric oral health research.
- Track 23-1Diet counseling
- Track 23-2Preventive home care programs
- Track 23-3Need for early detection
Endodontic sealing materials for permanent obturation of root canals are highly variable both in chemistry of setting and in their additives. Conventional materials are based on zinc oxide-eugenol, rosin-chloroform, or synthetic resins. These have been extensively tested for biological and technical properties. Most materials are slightly or moderately cytotoxic, and some - notably paraformaldehyde-containing materials- have been associated with clinical complications such as paresthesia of the mental and/or inferior alveolar nerve. Recently, Ca (OH) 2-containing materials have been introduced with claims of improved clinical and biological performance.
- Track 24-1Root canal
- Track 24-2Regenerative Endodontics
- Track 24-3Dental Implants
- Track 24-4Endodontic therapies
Every interaction between your dental practice and a patient is a component of marketing. In some cases, this will encompass concrete details like the way your office staff answers the phone or the list of services you offer. The need for better dental marketing has increased with the public’s awareness, as well as industry need to develop better services. Because of the flood of information on the internet, average new patient is more aware and educated concerning the aesthetic options available today from a dentist. As a result, a higher quality dentist is being requested that .they have to develop a Comprehensive Marketing Strategy. Dental marketing program is not complete without comprehensive internet marketing. By now, most dental practices possess a fairly upscale website. The next key to your cosmetic dentistry marketing plan is to constantly enhance the user experience of website.
- Track 25-1How to attract the ideal patients
- Track 25-2Internet Marketing
- Track 25-3Building Strategic Alliances
- Track 25-4How to develop a comprehensive Marketing strategy