Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 25th American Dental Research & Future Dentistry Montreal, Canada.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Fatma Elhendawy

Tanta University, Egypt

Keynote: Pediatric full mouth rehab under general anesthesia

Time : 14:20-16:00

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Dr. Fatma Elhendawy is currently working as an editorial member of Tanta Dental Journal and professor.


General anesthesia is an important technique to manage the child behavior. It is a controlled state of unconsciousness in which there is a loss of protective reflexes, including the ability to m maintain an airway independently and to respond appropriately to physical stimulation or verbal command. Indications and contra indications of general anesthesia must be considered according to the classification of American society of anesthesiologist.The anatomic and physiologic differences between child and adult also are very important issues during the application of general anesthesia. Pre-operative evaluation and preparation of the patient with the operative procedures will be included
together with postoperative instructions and Complications of general anesthesia.

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T Dinesh Kumar holds a Post Graduate Degree in Oral Pathology, Microbiology & Forensic Odontology and has 9 years of postgraduate teaching experience and currently pursuing PhD Degree from SRM University. He was awarded the best researcher by the International Society of Dental Research - ISDR in the year 2011. He has published more than 30 papers in reputed journals and serving as an editorial board membr of repute. He has indepth knowledge of molecular techniques and is a part of the Serum and salivary biomarkers research conducted at the department and is experienced in proteomic analysis of saliva


The human immune system plays a vital role in the defence against foreign as well as few self antigens like tumour antigens. Chemotaxis is essential for the release of inflammatory mediators capable of producing an immune reaction at the site of infection or targeting tumour cells. Allopathic immunomodulatory drugs, although potent, comes with its fair share of disadvantages like hepatotoxicity, intestinal and oral mucositis. We evaluated the the immuno-modulatory activity of herbal concoctions in boosting the chemotactic activity,
intracellular killing property and anti-tumour activity. Neutrophils and lymphocytes were isolated from peripheral blood using magnetic bead seperation. Immunomodulatory effect of Triphala on the Chemotactic activity of leukocytes was evaluated using modified Boydens transmigration chamber.
Intracellular killing activity of Neutrophils was evaluated spectrophotometrically using Nitroblue Tetrazolium (NBT) reduction method. Antitumour activity of the Triphala enhanced lymphocytes was evaluated using MTT assay on Human Oral squamous cell carcinoma cell lines. The results of the study revealed Triphala enhanced the chemotactic, intracellular killing and antitumour activity of Leukocytes in a dose-dependent manner. The results indicate that herbal concoctions can be used as an alternative to chemotherapeutic immuno-modulation in case of immunodeficiency as well as
in cancer immunotherapy and precision medicine.

Keynote Forum

Chien-Ping Ju

National Cheng-Kung University, Taiwan

Keynote: A low modulus Ti-7.5Mo alloy for dental and orthopedic applications
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Chien-Ping Ju received his Ph.D. from Marquette University (Milwaukee, Wisconsin) in 1982. He is a Professor of Dept of Mater Sci & Eng, National Cheng-Kung University (Tainan, Taiwan). He also serves as Technology Founder/VP/CTO of Joy Medical Devices Corp. (Kaohsiung, Taiwan). He has published 100+ SCI papers along with 70+ US patents and 100+ non-US patents


A biocompatible, low elastic modulus Ti-7.5Mo alloy with an alpha-double-prime (α”) orthorhombic crystal structure for medical applications has been developed at National Cheng-Kung University (NCKU). The mechanical properties of this alloy can be adjusted via different processes for different applications. Its ultimate tensile strength/modulus ratio through one specific process can be more than 200% of Ti-6Al-4V ELI, 300% of grade-4 cp-Ti, and 500% of grade-2 cp-Ti, while its elongation can be adjusted to 10-40%, depending on the application. The low modulus feature is expected to reduce the stress-shielding effect often observed in rigid metallic and ceramic implantation studies. This Ti-7.5Mo alloy is expected suitable for making a dental crown & bridge, RPD, dental implant, orthopedic fixation, miniplate, etc. A head-to-head comparison between α” Ti-7.5Mo and the popularly-used grade-2 cp-Ti in dental casting-related performance shows that cast Ti-7.5Mo alloy performs consistently superior to the cp-Ti. In addition to its much better castability (by 25-100%, depending on wax paten design) and machinability, the unique combination of higher strength and lower elastic modulus of Ti-7.5Mo alloy offers a far higher elastic recovery angle which has advantages over cp-Ti for certain applications such as RPD clasps. The interesting cold working-induced α’’-α’ phase transition phenomenon is also discussed in this presentation. The research was funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) Grant No. 107-2221-E-006-016.

Keynote Forum

Augusto André BAPTISTA

Baptista Dental Group, Luxembourg

Keynote: Minimally invasive aesthetic treatment of a multiple anterior dental agenesis in young patient

Time : 10:15-11:00

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Augusto André BAPTISTA, PhD of Oral and  Dental Surgery  from Faculty of Nancy. Master's degree in biomedical research. Former chief resident of Oral Surgery in Nancy University Hospital. Postgraduate degree in Surgical Odontology, Aesthetics, Periodontology and Prosthesis. Creator & founder of the BAPTISTA DENTAL GROUP Clinic, he practices Oral and Implant Surgery as well as Cosmetic Odontology in Luxembourg. His areas of expertise are complex global oral treatments, with a biomimetic, minimally invasive and aesthetic approach. To his credit: many national and international publications.




Nowadays, aesthetic is no more an option in our treatments, especially in young patient who is at a critical time of his social integration. This challenge have to be manage by a minimally invasive way, guided by a therapeutic gradient. We need to lavish treatment aesthetic, functional, biomimetic and the atraumatic for the tissues as possible. This paradigm shift is induced by the fact this young patients have to growth, live and evolve with our treatments in a long term period of life. This clinical case shows a minimally invasive way to restore the aesthetic and function of a multiple dental agenesis in the anterior zone of the maxilla in a young patient.