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12th Annual Congress on Dental Medicine and Orthodontics, will be organized around the theme “Theme: “Transforming Smiles, Empowering Practices””

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The dental nurse is essential in dental practice, playing a vital role in organization, patient care, and aiding dentists during treatments. Responsibilities include infection control, chair-side assistance, surgery readiness, and ensuring patient well-being. Administrative tasks such as scheduling and bookkeeping may also be part of their duties. Dental nurses find employment in various settings like private practices, dental hospitals, and healthcare systems.

Dentistry addresses oral health issues, covering diseases of teeth, supporting structures, and oral soft tissues. Global regulations mandate licenses for dental practice. As small businesses, dental practices need effective management to provide quality care promptly and maintain profitability through sound business practices.

  • Dental Education
  • Dental Research
  • Dental Marketing
  • Dental Nursing Case Studies and Reports

Malocclusion, the misalignment of teeth during closure, is addressed by orthodontics, a specialized field of dentistry. This involves repositioning teeth for improved appearance and function, redistributing biting forces for long-term dental health. Dentofacial orthopedics, a dental specialty, focuses on jaw and facial alignment, particularly beneficial for children before orthodontic treatment, using orthopedic tools to guide facial bone growth. Key topics: Malocclusion correction, Orthodontic interventions, Dentofacial Orthopedics.

Pediatric dentists specialize in preserving children's oral health from infancy to adolescence, addressing the transition from baby teeth to permanent teeth around age 6 or 7. Neglecting childhood dental care can result in persistent oral issues.

Geriatric dentistry, or gerodontics, tackles age-related concerns through interdisciplinary healthcare. It covers diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of issues linked to natural aging and age-related disorders. Despite its global significance, geriatric health is under-researched. Oral health reflects overall well-being in the elderly, who face increased oral vulnerabilities due to aging and systemic conditions.

  • Early assessment and treatment of dental issues
  • Other diseases contributing to dental problems
  • The connection between diabetes and oral health

A tooth is composed of cementum, enamel, dentin, and pulp tissue, with the visible crown and the root beneath. Tooth decay results from acid damage to enamel caused by oral bacteria, leading to cavities or dental caries. Untreated decay can lead to discomfort, infection, and tooth loss.

Preserving dental well-being involves addressing issues like bad breath, dry mouth, canker sores, TMD, tooth decay, or thrush through proper oral care. Accurate diagnosis and care are essential for effective treatment.

  • Public health and safety
  • Enhancement of oral health
  • Development and implementation of policies and strategies

Forensic dentistry, a captivating subset of forensic science, utilizes dental expertise to establish the identity of deceased individuals by comparing ante- and post-mortem records. Dental identification has been crucial since AD 66. Forensic odontology, supporting justice, involves meticulous handling, analysis, and interpretation of dental evidence. Forensic odontologists assist legal authorities by evaluating dental evidence, including bite marks and orofacial structures, to identify remains.

  • Analysis of photos and X-rays
  • Quality management in forensic odontology
  • Bite mark analysis
  • Age estimation

Tooth decay, or dental caries, is a widespread chronic ailment affecting people globally. It results from the interplay of acid-producing bacteria, fermentable carbohydrates, and various host elements, leading to cavities—small holes in teeth. Untreated decay can cause infection, pain, and eventual tooth loss, impacting all age groups. Factors increasing caries risk include cariogenic bacteria, insufficient saliva flow, limited fluoride exposure, subpar oral hygiene, improper infant feeding practices, and socio-economic challenges.

  • Treatment of cavities
  • Digital dentistry in caries treatment
  • Primary and secondary prevention and treatment

Periodontology, or periodontics, focuses on teeth-supportive structures and associated diseases. The periodontium includes gums, alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament, all vital for tooth support. A periodontist specializes in diagnosing, preventing, and treating periodontitis, and performs dental implant procedures.

Dental implant surgery replaces tooth roots with metal posts, offering a natural-looking and functional alternative, especially beneficial for those avoiding uncomfortable dentures or bridgework. Topics encompass periodontal endoscopy, diseases, peri-implantitis, and risk factors associated with dental implants.

A clinical case report, often known as a case study, is an academic document where medical professionals present unique or unprecedented patient cases. Patient consent and privacy are crucial in crafting these reports. They serve as a historical form of medical communication, sharing novel insights from real-life clinical encounters. Valuable for medical students and practitioners, these reports provide firsthand evidence in medical literature, aiding those starting their academic writing journey.

Dental biomaterials are gaining attention for their enhanced performance, promoting migration and cell proliferation crucial for implant osseointegration. Natural and biocompatible synthetic materials replace deteriorating teeth, including enamel, dentin, cementum, bone, and other intraoral elements. Synthetic dental materials, such as metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites, exhibit biocompatibility. Bioengineering, or BioMed, merges biology and engineering, applying principles to advance healthcare.

  • Dental restorations
  • Applications of dental biomaterials
  • Material science in dentistry
  • Nanodentistry

Dentistry's evolution is intricately tied to research advancements, a symbiotic connection with perpetual significance. Education, research, technology, and healthcare in dentistry and allied health sciences are propelled by scientific exploration. Progress from fundamental to clinical research leads to advancements in clinical application and implementation, enhancing health outcomes.

The COVID-19 outbreaks have posed challenges to traditional clinical dentistry and field education. Yet, this situation has empowered dental educators to embrace contemporary tools and digital paradigms, enhancing online communication. This shift aligns with the transition from traditional to innovative digital techniques, optimizing knowledge dissemination and fostering the evolution of dental education.

A prosthodontist specializes in restoring and replacing lost or damaged teeth through artificial prostheses, addressing complex dental and facial issues. Proficient in dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, and more, they are experts in cosmetic dentistry. Implantology, a vital facet of dentistry, focuses on the durable placement of prosthetic teeth within the jaw, often replacing natural teeth. This evolving field demands high proficiency in rapidly advancing areas, making oral implantology a multifaceted and skill-intensive discipline. Maxillofacial prosthetics and dental implants are key components of their practice.

  • Maxillofacial prosthetics
  • Dental implants

Endodontics focuses on the dental pulp and surrounding tissues of tooth roots. In this dental discipline, the delicate pulp tissue is managed through procedures such as root canal treatment. An endodontist, specializing in conserving teeth, plays a crucial role in maintaining dental health. Key among the common procedures in endodontic practice is endodontic treatment, which becomes essential when dental pulp is compromised due to infection or injury.

  • Root canal treatment
  • Periradicular surgery
  • Apicoectomy
  • Endodontic surgery

Also known as operational and bridge dentistry, it comprehensively manages dental caries aftermath. This includes restoring lost dental tissues on individual teeth, ranging from prevention to intricate interventions. With a core principle of preserving healthy tooth structure, it aligns with holistic oral health, encompassing various direct and indirect restorations alongside operational dentistry and endodontics.

  • Treatment modalities
  • Oral sepsis

Dental Implants:

Implants, surgical devices placed within the jawbone, integrate over time, serving as prosthetic roots to replace missing teeth. This osseointegration process fuses the dental implant with the jawbone, anchoring new teeth or bridges. Success rates, typically reaching up to 98%, vary based on implant placement.

Dentures Overview:

Dentures, false teeth, replace lost natural teeth, whether a few or all teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues, known as full dentures. Tooth loss, resulting from decay, gum disease, or injury, determines the need for dentures.

  • Types of implants
  • Types of dentures

In the last five years, dental research has seen significant growth with a dual focus: generating new insights and finding innovative ways to make existing knowledge more accessible. The aim is to firmly ground clinical practice in scientific evidence. While material and laboratory research are essential, there's an underutilization of clinical research for practical clinical applications. Research serves as a systematic approach, aiming to understand, document, scrutinize, and communicate uncommon clinical occurrences in dentistry. It is not exclusive but rather an integral methodology woven into everyday clinical practice.

  • Evidence-based dentistry
  • Biostatistics in dentistry

Dentists use tools for examining, treating, and restoring teeth. In dentistry, marketing strategies have evolved. While traditional methods have their merits, a strong digital marketing strategy is now essential for practice growth. Modern dental marketing requires a multi-channel approach, incorporating social media, online content, and brand management. Digital marketing enhances brand visibility, strengthens patient relationships, and boosts clinic growth prospects.

  • Dental advertising
  • Dental market value
  • Marketing strategies

Oral cancer, including the tongue, lips, and gums, primarily manifests as squamous cell carcinoma. Regular dental check-ups aid in early detection, especially crucial for those who smoke and consume alcohol. In the early stages, symptoms are often rare. Worldwide, research institutions focus on unraveling the DNA mutations contributing to oral and oropharyngeal cancers. Ongoing research yields advancements in understanding root causes, preventive measures, and more effective treatments for these conditions. Vigilance and routine check-ups play a key role in timely identification.

  • Screening and early detection
  • Treatment and diagnosis
  • DNA changes and mutations associated

Utilizing lasers to address dental issues, laser dentistry gained clinical approval in 1989, providing a more comfortable alternative to traditional drills for tooth tissue treatment. The acronym LASER stands for 'Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.' In the past two decades, laser applications in dentistry have surged, enhancing treatment efficiency, specificity, convenience, cost-effectiveness, and comfort during both hard and soft tissue procedures. Laser treatment has proven effective for various conditions such as canker and cold sore pain, root canals, gum disease, inflammation, and reshaping.

Oral diseases pose growing challenges, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. DPH, a specialized field in dentistry, focuses on preventing oral ailments and improving community oral health. By strategically allocating resources, DPH aims to alleviate the burden on healthcare systems, contributing to a more sustainable and effective healthcare landscape.

  • Dental public health intelligence
  • Developing and monitoring quality dental services
  • Health and public protection

Orofacial Dentistry addresses discomfort in the head, neck, mouth, face, and jaw regions, specializing in managing facial pain. Cosmetic Dentistry focuses on enhancing the aesthetic aspects of teeth, gums, and bites without compromising functionality. Interventions range from repairing to replacing teeth, providing improvements in appearance and smile for individuals with good oral health.

  • Bonding
  • Composite
  • Resin fillings
  • Bleaching