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25th American Dental Research & Future Dentistry, will be organized around the theme “Promulgating latest innovations & application in the field of Dentistry”

Future Dentistry 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Future Dentistry 2019

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Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is an exciting and challenging specialty of Dentistry that combines dental, medical, and surgical knowledge and skills. It is the specialty of Dentistry that concentrates on the diagnosis and surgical management of oral and maxillofacial pathologic conditions, including epithelial diseases and mesenchymal disorders of soft and hard tissues.

  • Track 1-1Dentoalveolar surgery
  • Track 1-2Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 1-3Orthognathic & Aesthetic Surgery
  • Track 1-4TMJ Disorders & Surgery
  • Track 1-5Osteonecrosis of the Jaw
  • Track 1-6Bone Grafts

Cosmetic dentistry improves the appearance of a person's teeth, gums and smile. It primarily focuses on improvement dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. The treatments can be used to straighten teeth whitening, full mouth reconstruction and smile makeover. Cosmetic treatments include crowns, bridges, fillings, dentures, dental implants, bonding, veneers and tooth whitening.

  • Track 2-1Full mouth reconstruction
  • Track 2-2Dentures
  • Track 2-3Fillings
  • Track 2-4Teeth whitening

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. It uses a range of medical dental devices, including headgears, plates, braces, Implants, Cleft and Palate etc and use the recent advances in orthodontics like invisalign techniques.

  • Track 3-1Recent Advances in Orthodontics
  • Track 3-2Invisalign Techniques
  • Track 3-3Implants in Orthodontics
  • Track 3-4Management of Cleft Lip and Palate
  • Track 3-5Management of temporo-mandibular disorders

Dental anesthesia is the specialty of dentistry that deals with the management of pain through the use of advanced local and general anesthesia techniques. It 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.  Dentist anesthesiologists trained to provide the entire spectrum of anesthetic services, which generally range from local anesthesia through general anesthesia, for a wide range of dental and surgical procedures. Faculty research involving dental anesthesiology has focused on the clinical efficacy and safety of anesthetics when used in both healthy and medically-compromised patients.

  • Track 4-1Sedation Techniques
  • Track 4-2Use of lasers
  • Track 4-3Pain free dentistry
  • Track 4-4Dental Radiology

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. A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who is registered with a dental association or regulatory body within their country of practice.

  • Track 5-1Innovations and Research
  • Track 5-2Gerodontics
  • Track 5-3Prosthodontics
  • Track 5-4Apicoectomy
  • Track 5-5Periodontics
  • Track 5-6Dentine Hypersensitivity
  • Track 5-7Dentures
  • Track 5-8Cleft & Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Track 5-9Robotic and digital dentistry

Oral Implantology is intended to promote study and scientific research in the field of dental implantology and allied biomedicaz disciplines at Dental Dubai. It provides valuable information to general dentists, oral surgeons, prosthodontics, periodontists, scientists, clinicians, laboratory owners and technicians, manufacturers, and educators during Dentistry workshop and Dentistry conferences. Dental Implant basics, prosthetics, pharmaceuticals, and the latest research in implantology, implant surgery, and advanced implant procedures.

  • Track 6-1Techniques
  • Track 6-2Risk and complications
  • Track 6-3Applications and Benefits
  • Track 6-4Innovations and Research

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.

  • Track 7-1Life Style Modification
  • Track 7-2Cavities and tooth decay
  • Track 7-3Effect of tooth brush on oral health
  • Track 7-4Paediatric oral health care

Prosthodontics the branch of dentistry concerned with the design, manufacture, and fitting of artificial replacements for teeth and other parts of the mouth. Maxillo-facial prosthetics, Implant-based prostheses, Management of temporo-mandibular disorders, Dentures, Crowns, bridges and full or partial dentures are just some of the procedures that can help you regain your smile and improve your appearance and self-confidence. Another option is dental implants, a more permanent solution that has improved greatly over the last ten years, thanks to the pioneering techniques of prosthodontics.

  • Track 8-1Maxillo-facial prosthetics
  • Track 8-2Implant-based prostheses
  • Track 8-3Management of temporo-mandibular disorders
  • Track 8-4Dentures

Nursing is a profession of the health care sector attentive on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, conserve or recover excellent health and quality of life. A Dental Nurse supports the dentist in all aspects of patients’ dental care. As a dental nurse, you may help with reception work and could help any member of the dental team clinical and dental technicians/technologists, hygienists and therapists – treat patients of all ages. Some specialised for a check-up while others will have more complicated treatment. You’ll need to reassure people and put them at calm, while supporting the team in all aspects of patient health or care. In a dental practice you will welcome patients and provide direct backing with the treatment itself: Taking responsibility for the decontamination of instruments, upholds dental practicing equipment ensuring that all relevant materials and supplies are in place, looking after patient records including the notes when the dentist is checking a patient, working closely with the dentist, responding quickly to queries and generally keeping the surgery ready for use.

  • Track 9-1Dental sedation nursing
  • Track 9-2Orthodontic nursing
  • Track 9-3Special care dental nursing
  • Track 9-4Oral health education

Endodontics is the Branch of dentistry, concerned with the morphology, physiology, and pathology of the human tooth, and in particular the dental pulp, root and peri-radicular tissues. The study and practice of endodontics includes the biology of the normal pulp, crown, root and peri-radicular tissues and the etiology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries that affect these tissues. 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. Regenerative endodontics uses the concept of tissue engineering to restore the root canals to a healthy state.

  • Track 10-1Diagnostic Procedures
  • Track 10-2Asepsis in Endodontics
  • Track 10-3Cleaning and Shaping of Root Canal System
  • Track 10-4Access Cavity Preparation
  • Track 10-5Regenerative Endodontics
  • Track 10-6Root Canal Therapy in Atypical Teeth
  • Track 10-7Nickel-Titanium Rotary Endodontics
  • Track 10-8Wave-one in Endodontics
  • Track 10-9Lasers in Endodontics-Application of Diodes
  • Track 10-10Pathologies of Pulp and Periapex
  • Track 10-11Endodontic Instruments

Nano Dentistry is said to be the future of dentistry where all procedures are to be per­formed using Nano robots that may become a replacement to the present day dental assis­tants, technicians & hygienists. The discovery of Nano dental materials such as Nano powders and Nano composites reinforced with Nano fillers are the most rapidly developing group of materials with excellent prospective for application in the field of dentistry. Nanostructured yttrium stabilized zirconium oxide ceramics is widely used for fabrication of crowns, bridges, inlays and other dental el­ements for which high strength, durability and better aesthetics are required. Some nanomaterials have also been developed to help with the remineralisation of the teeth after significant decay. Nano-dentistry aims to manipulate and fine tune particle to create unique with novel properties and advances in dentistry.

  • Track 11-1Dentine Hypersensitivity
  • Track 11-2Nanoencapsulation
  • Track 11-3Diagnosis of Oral Cancer

Gingivectomy is the removal of gum tissue (gingiva) by surgery. These dentists specialize in treating gums and the other structures that support teeth. Osseous surgery is a type of surgery that reshapes the bone that holds one or more teeth in place. Osseous surgery reshapes the bone to get rid of the defects. Gingival flap surgery is a type of gum procedure. The gums are separated from the teeth and folded back temporarily. This allows a dentist to reach the root of the tooth and the bone.

  • Track 12-1Gingivectomy
  • Track 12-2Osseous Surgery
  • Track 12-3Gingival Flap Surgery
  • Track 12-4Apicoectomy
  • Track 12-5Pulpectomy
  • Track 12-6Pulpotomy
  • Track 12-7Botox dental therapeutics

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  • Track 13-1How to Develop a Comprehensive Marketing Strategy
  • Track 13-2How to Attract the Ideal Patients
  • Track 13-3Internet Marketing

 

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  • Track 14-1Tooth Wear
  • Track 14-2Sedation and Restraint for Dentistry
  • Track 14-3Dental Radiography

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  • Track 15-1Forensic Odontology
  • Track 15-2Assessment of cases of abuse (such as child, spousal or elder abuse)
  • Track 15-3Identification in mass fatalities
  • Track 15-4Dental radiography/informatics
  • Track 15-5Age estimation and Oral and dental aspects
  • Track 15-6Age estimation
  • Track 15-7Age estimation
  • Track 15-8Dental identification
  • Track 15-9Identification and methods
  • Track 15-10Civil cases involving malpractice

\r\n <span style="\&quot;color:" rgb(51,="" 51,="" 51);="" font-family:="" "roboto="" slab",="" serif;="" font-size:="" 13px;="" font-style:="" normal;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" font-variant-caps:="" font-weight:="" 400;="" letter-spacing:="" orphans:="" 2;="" text-align:="" justify;="" text-indent:="" 0px;="" text-transform:="" none;="" white-space:="" widows:="" word-spacing:="" -webkit-text-stroke-width:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" text-decoration-style:="" initial;="" text-decoration-color:="" display:="" inline="" !important;="" float:="" none;\"="">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. Dentists can now offer patients advanced choices like Laser “dentistry”, Esthetic “dentistry”, Digital dentistry and Implant dentistry. 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.

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  • Track 16-1Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues
  • Track 16-2Evolving instrumentations in dentistry
  • Track 16-3Robotic and digital dentistry
  • Track 16-4Sustained-release delivery systems for treatment of dental diseases
  • Track 16-5Laser applications for dental hygiene
  • Track 16-6Dental implants and occlusal analysis
  • Track 16-7Wear performance of dental ceramics after grinding and polishing treatments
  • Track 16-8Forensic dentistry
  • Track 16-9Dental radiography/informatics

\r\n <span style="\&quot;color:" rgb(51,="" 51,="" 51);="" font-family:="" "roboto="" slab",="" serif;="" font-size:="" 13px;="" font-style:="" normal;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" font-variant-caps:="" font-weight:="" 400;="" letter-spacing:="" orphans:="" 2;="" text-align:="" justify;="" text-indent:="" 0px;="" text-transform:="" none;="" white-space:="" widows:="" word-spacing:="" -webkit-text-stroke-width:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" text-decoration-style:="" initial;="" text-decoration-color:="" display:="" inline="" !important;="" float:="" none;\"="">Deciding which dental materials, you need for your lab starts with determining what types of restorations you will be producing, and what processes, techniques and technologies you will be using to produce them. Whether your laboratory focuses on fixed crowns and bridges, removable restorations, implant-supported restorations, or orthodontics, it is highly likely you will need model materials including gypsums used to create study and working models. Few high-tech labs will 3D print their models or produce restorations without a model. Those labs will be using digital dental technologies and most likely will use CAD/CAM materials when producing restorations. Labs focused on fixed restorations will want crown and bridge materials including ceramic systems, stains and glazes, and possibly alloys. Labs focused on full and partial dentures will need removable materials such as acrylic resins and denture teeth.

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  • Track 17-1Model, Cast and Die Materials
  • Track 17-2Gypsum Products
  • Track 17-3Waxes in Dentistry
  • Track 17-4Dental Investments and Refractory Materials
  • Track 17-5Abrasion and Polishing
  • Track 17-6Dental Casting and Metal Fabrication Procedures
  • Track 17-7Additive Manufacturing in Dentistry

\r\n <span style="\&quot;color:" rgb(51,="" 51,="" 51);="" font-family:="" "roboto="" slab",="" serif;="" font-size:="" 13px;="" font-style:="" normal;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" font-variant-caps:="" font-weight:="" 400;="" letter-spacing:="" orphans:="" 2;="" text-align:="" justify;="" text-indent:="" 0px;="" text-transform:="" none;="" white-space:="" widows:="" word-spacing:="" -webkit-text-stroke-width:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" text-decoration-style:="" initial;="" text-decoration-color:="" display:="" inline="" !important;="" float:="" none;\"="">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 include 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 oral 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.

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  • Track 18-1Dental caries
  • Track 18-2Osteoporosis and tooth decay
  • Track 18-3Dental plaque
  • Track 18-4Oral Medicine
  • Track 18-5Adult Orthodontics to Resolve Spacing and Tissue Deficiencies
  • Track 18-6Osteoporosis and tooth decay
  • Track 18-7Oral Medicine
  • Track 18-8Oral Bacteria
  • Track 18-9Dental plaque
  • Track 18-10Dental caries

\r\n <span style="\&quot;color:" rgb(51,="" 51,="" 51);="" font-family:="" "roboto="" slab",="" serif;="" font-size:="" 13px;="" font-style:="" normal;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" font-variant-caps:="" font-weight:="" 400;="" letter-spacing:="" orphans:="" 2;="" text-align:="" justify;="" text-indent:="" 0px;="" text-transform:="" none;="" white-space:="" widows:="" word-spacing:="" -webkit-text-stroke-width:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" text-decoration-style:="" initial;="" text-decoration-color:="" display:="" inline="" !important;="" float:="" none;\"="">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.

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  • Track 19-1How can stem cells cure oral health
  • Track 19-2Cardiovascular Diseases and Dentistry
  • Track 19-3Antimicrobial factors in saliva: Ontogeny and relation to oral health
  • Track 19-4DNA vaccines show promise in preventing dental caries
  • Track 19-5Future trends in oral health and disease
  • Track 19-6Protein mediated enamel mineralization

Paediatric 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. Paediatric dentists provide comprehensive oral health care that includes the Infant oral health exams, Paediatric Endodontic, Dental caries and Paediatric oral health research.

  • Track 20-1Management of traumatic injuries to children
  • Track 20-2Advanced research in pediatric dentistry
  • Track 20-3Diagnosis/imaging & Use of lasers in children
  • Track 20-4Preventive & Operative dentistry in children