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5th Annual Summit on American Dental Science and Education, will be organized around the theme “Filling the gaps in Dentistry through Science and Artistry”
American Dental Education 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in American Dental Education 2018
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Track1: Dental Education has arrived at a crossroads. During the last 150 years, it has evolved from a short prelude to apprenticeship into a comprehensive program of professional education. A dental education opens a world of professional opportunities. In addition to private practice, today's dental school graduates can choose to work in hospital emergency rooms, conduct advanced laboratory research, teach future dentists or even travel the world with international health and relief organizations. The majority of the 164,000 practicing dentists today are general practitioners. The remainder (about 20 percent) are dental specialists who limit their practices to one of the nine ADA recognized dental specialties. The nine dental specialties in Dental field: Dental Public Health, Endodontics, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics and Prosthodontics playing important role in its development. Dental specialties are recognized by the Association to protect the public, nurture the art and science of dentistry, and improve the quality of care. Dentistry is offering stimulating career options. In addition to private practice, excellent opportunities exist in teaching and research, careers with government agencies or in industry.
- Track 1-1Dentistry
- Track 1-2Rise in Dental Profession
- Track 1-3Women in Dentistry
- Track 1-4Development and Advancements in dental field
- Track 1-5Dental Hygiene Education
- Track 1-6Dental Future, Scope and Practices
- Track 1-7Enhanced Technologies in Dentistry
- Track 1-8Edentulism
Track2: An education colored by research is one way of achieving the intellectual rigor necessary for the professional. The key is cultivating in students a taste for complexity, for problems, and for problem solving. Advances in dental research, including genetic engineering, the discovery of links between oral and systemic diseases, the development of salivary diagnostics and the continued development of new materials and techniques, make dentistry an exciting, challenging and rewarding profession. Advances in science, technology and public health have greatly reduced tooth decay and tooth loss. As the awareness among the people is increasing, dentistry field is developing and expanding more. With new discoveries, new medical sciences and new methods, the entire program of dental education and research was changed. “Dental research is really the scientific underpinning of the entire profession, and it is really what makes dentistry a profession and not just a trade.”
- Track 2-1Diabetes and Oral health
- Track 2-2Sources of Potent Stem Cells
- Track 2-3Regenerative endodontics
- Track 2-4Oral Cancer and its cure
- Track 2-5Dental Health and Craniofacial Development and Oral Health
- Track 2-6Dental Biomaterials
- Track 2-7Dental Pathogenesis
Track3: Although Ancient Egyptians and Greeks made primitive attempts to straighten their teeth, orthodontics wasn't a dental specialty until 1901 – when the first school of orthodontics was opened, according to Acceledent. Orthodontics and dentofacial orthopaedics is the formal name of the dental specialty concerned with the diagnosis, prevention, interception, guidance and correction of bad bites. The purpose of orthodontic treatment is to create a healthy bite—straight teeth that properly meet opposing teeth in the opposite jaw. A good bite makes it easier for you to bite, chew and speak. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean, are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease, and cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that can lead to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain.
- Track 3-1Invisalign Functional Appliances
- Track 3-2Craniofacial biomechanics, mechanobiology of the periodontal ligament
- Track 3-3Temporomandibular joint
- Track 3-4Biomechanics of closing loops
- Track 3-5Predicting factors of orthodontic pain
- Track 3-6Activity pattern of neck and trunk muscles during orthodontic clinical work
- Track 3-7Chewing activity and sleep bruxism
- Track 3-8Cephalometric measurements in skeletal class II malocclusions
Track4: 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 mesenchymal disorders of soft and hard tissues.
- Track 4-1Dentoalveolar / Osteonecrosis / Nerve Injuries
- Track 4-2Oral Health Inequalities
- Track 4-3Anaesthesia and Pain Relief
- Track 4-4TMJ Disorders & Surgery
- Track 4-5Orthognathic & Aesthetic Surgery
- Track 4-6Cleft & Craniofacial Anomalies
- Track 4-7Reconstructive Surgery
- Track 4-8Head & Neck Oncology
- Track 4-9Cranio Maxillofacial Trauma
- Track 4-10Dental Implantology & Grafting
- Track 4-11Oral Health & Cognitive Impairment
Track5: Prosthodontists are experts in the restoration and replacement of teeth - they make smiles look beautiful and function the way they should. Maxillofacial 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 prosthodontists.
- Track 5-1Maxillo-facial prosthetics
- Track 5-2Implant-based prostheses
- Track 5-3Management of temporo-mandibular disorders
- Track 5-4Dentures
Track6: Endodontics incorporates the review and routine of the fundamental and clinical sciences of the ordinary dental mash and the aetiology, conclusion, counteractive action and treatment of maladies and wounds of the dental mash alongside related per radicular conditions. Endodontics has developed hugely in the previous decade and its applications have colossally enhanced the nature of dental treatment. Endodontists play out an assortment of techniques including endodontic treatment (usually known as "root waterway treatment"), endodontic retreatment, surgery, treating split teeth, and treating dental injury. Root channel treatment is a standout amongst the most widely recognized methodology. If the dental mash (containing nerves, arterioles, venules, lymphatic tissue, and stringy tissue) gets to be distinctly unhealthy or harmed, endodontic treatment is required to spare the tooth. Endodontics is perceived as a claim to fame by numerous national dental associations including the British General Dental Council, American Dental Association, Royal College of Dentists of Canada, Indian Dental Association, and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.
- Track 6-1Laser Endodontics
- Track 6-2Root Canal Endodontics
- Track 6-3Dentine Hypersensitivity
- Track 6-4Endodontic Surgery
- Track 6-5Asepsis in Endodontics
- Track 6-6Dental Pulp: Regenerative Endodontics
- Track 6-7Advanced Clinical Endodontics
Track7: Periodontology or periodontics is the claim to fame of dentistry that reviews supporting structures of teeth, and ailments and conditions that influence them. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which incorporates the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal tendon. A man who rehearses this forte is known as a periodontist. Periodontal sicknesses go up against a wide range of structures however are typically a consequence of a combination of bacterial plaque biofilm amassing of the red complex microbes (e.g., P. gingivalis, T. forsythia, and T. denticola) of the gingiva and teeth, consolidated with host immuno-incendiary components and other hazard variables which prompt to decimation of the supporting bone around common teeth. Untreated, these sicknesses prompt to alveolar bone misfortune and tooth misfortune and, to date, keep on being the main source of tooth misfortune in grown-ups.
- Track 7-1Molecular Biology of Periodontium
- Track 7-2Clinical Periodontology
- Track 7-3Periodontal Diseases and Diagnosis
- Track 7-4Periodontal Surgery
- Track 7-5Smoking and Periodontal Health
- Track 7-6Teeth versus Implants in Periodontal Patients
Track8: The term "restorative dentistry" refers to the integrated management of oral health problems and restoring the mouth to a functional anaesthetic state. While it is not currently recognized as a dental specialty by the American Dental Association, general dentists are able to perform many of these procedures without additional education and certification. It all depends on how difficult the procedure is and what the dentist feels comfortable with. Many of the procedures are also covered by the dental specialty of prosthodontics dentistry including fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures and dental implants.
- Track 8-1Strategic Regeneration: Biomaterial Selection and Surgical Techniques
- Track 8-2Alveolar Ridge Regenerative Strategies
- Track 8-3The Creation of Optimal Ceramic Aesthetics
- Track 8-4Bone Preservation for Compromised Extraction Sites
- Track 8-5Adult Orthodontics to Resolve Spacing and Tissue Deficiencies
- Track 8-6Identification and Management of Prosthetic Problems for Dental Implants
- Track 8-7Periodontal Plastic Surgery for the Treatment of Recession Defects
- Track 8-8Novel Advances and Rationale for Implant Success
- Track 8-9Brittle Dental Restorations
Track9: Pediatric Dentistry is defined as the practice, teaching and research in comprehensive preventative and therapeutic oral health care of children from birth through adolescence. It is based on basic knowledge from odonatological, medical and behavioural sciences that are applied to the unique situation of the developing child and young person. Pediatric Dentistry is constantly expanding and now includes such areas as early identification of children suspected to suffer from syndromes and of children suspected to suffer from child maltreatment.
- Track 9-1Infant Oral Health
- Track 9-2Dental Caries in Children
- Track 9-3Genetics in Pediatric Dentistry
- Track 9-4Endodontic Management of Primary Teeth
- Track 9-5Dental Fear and Behavioural Management Problems
- Track 9-6Pediatric Head and Neck Surgery
Track10: Over the last 50 years or so the subject of Pharmacology has developed explosively with the result that there are now many groups of potent drugs used for the treatment of disease. Dental therapeutics may be rational, when the cause of oral disease is known and a specific drug with recognised properties is directed. New drugs are being introduced on a regular basis as well as the use of alternative therapies which can impact day to day life. The most common types of drugs used by a dentist or dental professional are analgesics, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs, and anaesthetics. Each drug works in a different way to address whatever be the dental issue.
- Track 10-1Principles of Medicine
- Track 10-2Oral Medicine
- Track 10-3Mummifying Agents in Dentistry
- Track 10-4Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Dentistry
- Track 10-5Obtundent in Dentistry
- Track 10-6Antiresorptive Agents
Track11: In the changing world of dental sciences where the specialties and super specialties are taking great strides, the oral pathologist must come up with diagnostic and research demands. It has its origin during the first Golden Age of Dentistry. Clinical dentistry is largely based on the foundation of study of normal dental anatomy and oral histology followed by the study of oral pathological processes.
- Track 11-1Human Papillomavirus and Carcinoma of the mucosal surface
- Track 11-2Biofilms
- Track 11-3Florid Osseous Dysplasia
- Track 11-4Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma
- Track 11-5Oral Infections and Its Control
Track12: Tooth loss from disease has always been a feature of mankind’s existence. For centuries people have attempted to replace missing teeth using implantation process. Greek, Egyptian civilization used materials like jade, bone, carved ivory, metal and even animal teeth. But as the time goes on several implant materials were introduced. Dental implants are metal posts or frames that are surgically positioned into the jawbone beneath your gums. Implant depends on 4 B’s: Biomaterial, Biomechanics, Biological tissues and Body service ability. For dental implant materials used are: metal and metal alloys, ceramics and carbon, polymers and composites.
- Track 12-1Evolution of Dental Implant
- Track 12-2Dental anatomy and Dental implant
- Track 12-3Osseointegration
- Track 12-4Augmentation and Site Preparation
- Track 12-5Occlusion
- Track 12-6Porcelain Laminate Veneers
- Track 12-7Material for Restoration
- Track 12-8Dentine Bonding
Track13: Corrective or cosmetic dentistry is the way toward enhancing the presence of a man's teeth, gums and grin. Corrective dentistry techniques vary from general dentistry or helpful dentistry strategies in that they are chosen instead of required. Corrective dentistry has the additional measurement of workmanship and consolidating the oral medical advantages of general and therapeutic dentistry to give patients the grin they have longed for. The most recent progressions in dental innovation have permitted restorative dental specialists to use materials that are both sturdy and stylishly satisfying. The measure of extra preparing corrective dental specialists experience permits them to mix both craftsmanship and science into grins that are solid and excellent. Materials, for example, porcelain or composite materials are firmly coordinated to take after the look and feel of your unique teeth, giving a characteristic appearance of your teeth and grin that upgrade one's oral appearance.
- Track 13-1Latest Technology in Facial Aesthetics
- Track 13-2 Dental Implants
- Track 13-3 Full Mouth Reconstruction
- Track 13-4Smile Makeover
- Track 13-5 Dentures
- Track 13-6 Inlays and Onlays
- Track 13-7Teeth Whitening
Track14: Nano dentistry is a branch that involves the maintenance and up gradation of oral health care yet more precise by employing nanomaterial’s, biotechnology, including tissue engineering & ultimately Dental Nano Robotics. Recent developments of nanoparticles and nanotubes in operative dentistry, Endodontics, periodontal management, has played a growing role in the enhancement of dental industry. Nanomaterial’s and nanoparticles are cornerstones of innovative dental devices used for drug discovery and delivery, discovery of biomarkers, and molecular diagnostics. Nano dentistry aims to manipulate and fine tune particle to create unique with novel properties and advances in dentistry.
- Track 14-1Nanotechnology in Dentistry
- Track 14-2Nanoparticle Based Scaffolds
- Track 14-3Nanocomposites
- Track 14-4Bio-nano Technology in Dentistry
- Track 14-5Nanomaterials for Periodontal Drug Delivery
- Track 14-6Nanotechnology for Preventing Dental Caries
Track15: Sports dentistry is one of the most recent and upcoming field in dentistry. It mainly includes the prevention and management of athletics-related orofacial injuries and associated oral diseases. The sports or team dentist assists athletes in the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of oral injuries. The most significant aspect in preventing sports-related orofacial injuries is wearing basic protective devices such as properly-fitting helmets, face masks and/or mouth guards. Dental injuries are the most common type of orofacial injury sustained during participation in sports. Many athletes are not aware of the health implications of a traumatic injury to the mouth or of the potential for incurring severe head and orofacial injuries while playing. The dentist can play an imperative role in informing athletes, coaches and patients about the importance of preventing orofacial injuries in sports.
- Track 15-1Oral Health of Athlete
- Track 15-2Sports Related Dental Implications
- Track 15-3Dental Facial Trauma
- Track 15-4Incidence and Location
- Track 15-5Prevention of Sports-related Traumatic Orofacial Injuries
- Track 15-6Shielding Devices in Sports Dentistry
- Track 15-7Risk Factors for Sports Injuries
- Track 15-8Outlook of Sports Dentistry
Track16: “Dentistry used to be a materials-oriented industry, and today the process evolution is just as important as the materials,” says Dr. George Tysowsky. 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. In Dentistry, Digital technologies are rapidly advancing: new tools such as intra/ extra-oral scanners, cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scanners, computer aided design / computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software’s and innovative fabrication procedures such as 3D printing and layered manufacturing are changing the way we treat our patients. Digital dentistry technology offers significant advantages over traditional dentistry methods. One of the biggest advantages is improved efficiency in dental procedures, improved accuracy for diagnosis and treatments and it removes wasted time and money that can arise from the need to redo molds.
- Track 16-1Digital Screening Techniques in Dentistry
- Track 16-2Digital Dental Radiography
- Track 16-3Dental Nanorobots
- Track 16-4Digitized/Computer Aided Implant Dentistry
- Track 16-5Digital Diode Laser Treatment
- Track 16-6Air Abrasion Technology
- Track 16-7Sedation Dentistry
- Track 16-8Digital Tooth Shade and Occlusal Analysis
Track17: Dentistry is most importantly and foremost a healing profession. In today’s world, it is very necessary to understand the importance of being eco-friendly in every facet of our lives. 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. It helps in reducing pollution, saving resources, incorporates high-tech innovations. Together, green dental practices, green dental patients and companies offering green dental products are transforming the dental industry through adoption of the EDA’s green dentistry model.
- Track 17-1Environmental Impact
- Track 17-24R’s Principle
- Track 17-3Biodegradable Dental Products
- Track 17-4Planetary and Community Health
- Track 17-5Adhesion Dentistry
- Track 17-6Wellness of Lifestyles
Track18: Ethics is a discipline dealing primarily with moral duty, conduct, and judgment. The purpose Dental Ethics is to heighten ethical and professional responsibility, promote ethical conduct and professionalism in dentistry, advance dialogue on ethical issues, and stimulate reflection on common ethical problems in dental practice. The dentist and the practice of dentistry are controlled by many laws on the federal, state, and local level. The dental profession holds a special position of trust within society. Therefore, society affords the profession certain privileges that are not available to members of the public-at-large. In return, the profession makes a commitment to society that its members will adhere to high ethical standards of conduct.
- Track 18-1Moral and Ethical Values
- Track 18-2Code of Ethics
- Track 18-3Medical Ethics
- Track 18-4Dentist and Patient Relation
- Track 18-5Rights and Responsibilities
- Track 18-6Legal and Illegal Concepts
Track19: Good dental or oral care is important to sustaining healthy teeth, gums and tongue. Oral problems comprising bad breath, dry mouth, canker or cold sores, TMD, tooth decay, or thrush are all treatable with proper diagnosis and care. Oral health is necessary to general health and well-being at every stage of life. A healthy mouth enables not only nourishment of the physical body, but also improves social interaction and promotes self-esteem and feelings of well-being.
- Track 19-1Principles of Dental Public Health
- Track 19-2Dental Outreach Programs
- Track 19-3Public Dental Survey
- Track 19-4Dental Case Records, Studies, Activities and Testlets
- Track 19-5Dental Care Services
Track20: 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 must develop a Comprehensive Marketing Strategy. Dental marketing program is not complete without comprehensive internet marketing. By now, most dental practices possess a upscale website. The next key to your cosmetic dentistry marketing plan is to constantly enhance the user experience of website.
- Track 20-1Dental Practice Growth
- Track 20-2How to Develop a Comprehensive Marketing Strategy
- Track 20-3How to Attract the Ideal Patients
- Track 20-4Entrepreneurial Self-efficacy
- Track 20-5Internet Marketing
- Track 20-6Dental Insurance Policy