Agenda

Date

June 24-25, 2019

Location

New York, USA

Conference Agenda

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Keynote Session:

Title: Ubiquitous Xerostomia

Biography:

James L. Ratcliff is Chairman of the Board and CEO of Rowpar Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Scottsdale, AZ, maker of the CloSYS brands of oral care products. In 2017 and 2018, Rowpar was cited by Corporate Livewire as innovative leader in oral care for North America. In 2014, Rowpar received the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Exporter of the Year Award.  From 1989 to 2000, Dr. Ratcliff served as senior research scientist, professor and director, Center for the Study of Higher Education at the Pennsylvania State University.  From 1979 to 1989, Dr. Ratcliff was professor and program head for higher education at Iowa State University.  Dr. Ratcliff is author of 120 articles, books, book chapters, is co-inventor on over 40 patents and patents pending.  He is active member of the Arizona Biotechnology Assn., American Academy of Oral and Systemic Health, American Education Research Assn., and the International Association for Dental Research. He holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education from Washington State University, a M.A. in History from Washington State University, and a B.A. from Utah State University.

Abstract:

Xerostomia is ubiquitous.  Also, it is defined in a variety of ways.  No standard treatment guidelines exist. And there is not apparent cure on the horizon.  In this session, several treatment options are reviewed including lifestyle modifications to medications.  Drugs, such as pilocarpine and cevimeline provide relief but often come with untoward side effects. Over-the -counter remedies vary in their results, including saliva substitutes and oral lubricants, select toothpastes, alcohol-free mouth rinses, gels and oral sprays, all providing variable results.  Because xerostomia is ubiquitous in its manifestations, clinical studies are difficult and necessarily limited in scope. 

Clinically, professional and home oral hygiene are key to alleviating discomfort and avoiding complications of xerostomia. Effective treatment options should be viewed as a partnership involving the dental professionals and the patient. Dentists are hygienists are important resources to the patient, providing accurate information about the nature and extent of the condition as well as the treatments available. and instruction regarding home care.

Title: Ozonotherapy in dentistry : A Revolution im Dentistry

Biography:

BDS,First Certified Ozone therapy dentist specialist in india. Practicing ozone therapy in dentistry at MUMBAI , INDIA in clinical practice and institutional researches. Speaker and Mentor for certification courses in ozone dentistry and key note speaker at various conferences in india. First mentor and the only one to do free awaremess programmes and lectures for ozone dentistry. Founder of ozone demtistry india and world ozone dentistry pionneering awareness on ozone therapy benefits in routine life and dentistry. Certified member of international association of ozone in healthcare. Merit pass 89% for course on ozone therapy by International associatuon of ozone in healthcare, Santa Barbara,California,USA.

Abstract:

Biological Dentistry using  Synergistic Ozone Technologies and Minimal Invasive / Nonivasive Dentistry with 100% Safe Protocols and Skills :::Learn how and when to use ozone.Learn which protocol to use and how to adapt it in your clinical practice.Learn how to motivate both your team members and your patients.Learn what limitations ozone has in clinical care.Know what other areas of healthcare ozone can be used in.Expand your services by investing in ozone technologies and get returns of the fees paid in one month.Become a Biological Dentist and have a synergistic approach in your practise using ozone.Bioenergetic and biooxidative Ozone has its effects and treatment functions in oral medicine replacing as a safest adjunct and fastest healer than all other therapies as well can be effective in conjunction with other treatment modalities.The topical application ozone and aqueous ozone which is completely safe is highly recommended as supplementary adjunct and supportive adjunct to other supportive treatments like irrigation systemes, disinfectants, fumigation, purified water and bottled water,natural antibiotic, immunomodulatory stimulant, antiinflammatory and analgesic in all specialities of dentistry.

Propertties of Ozone 

Oral Session 1:

  • Advances in Dentistry | Dentofacial Orthopedics | Nano Dentistry | Cosmetic Dentistry | Orthodontics
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Ahmed M. Hussein Ali

Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Egypt

Title: Genistein and Oxaliplatin Effects in Reduction of Cancer Stem Cells Activity in Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma: An Experimental Study

Biography:

Dr. Ahmed M. H. Ali is a lecturer of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, South Valley University, Egypt. He attached his PHD degree from faculty of Dentistry,
Alexandria University April, 2017. He has good command of histological analysis, pathological slide diagnosis, animal handling and teaching courses. Also has good command flow cytometry analysis, immunohistochemical preparation and scanning electron microscope.

Abstract:

Squamous cell carcinoma is one of the malignant diseases that affect the oral cavity worldwide. One of the theories regarding oral carcinogenesis is that tumor growth is dependent on cancer stem cells. Markers specific for these cells as CD44 have been investigated in hope of developing a deeper understanding for their role in carcinogenesis. Genistein, as chemopreventive agent, has been shown to suppress the growth of several tumors. Oxaliplatin is a chemotherapeutic compound that did show a range of antitumor activity. This research was carried out to study the effect of genistein, oxaliplatin either alone or in combination during experimentally DMBA induced hamster buccal pouch carcinogenesis using CD44 antibody as a marker. A total of 100 young Syrian hamsters distributed into groups as follows: 4 normal animals examined for the histology of the normal pouch mucosa and 96 animals divided into; group I, as a control group, in which pouches were painted with a heavy mineral oil only; group II were painted with DMBA mixed in a heavy mineral oil. These animals were randomly divided into 4 subgroups as following: group IIA only painted with DMBA; group IIB where genistein was orally administrated; group IIC were injected with oxaliplatin; and group IID in which both genistein and oxaliplatin were given. Both genistein and oxaliplatin provided a significant reduction in carcinogenesis process of DMBA induced oral squamous cell carcinoma. Moreover, they provided a significant decrease in the proliferation and activity of cancer stem cells as measured by the CD44 antibody. Genistein provides a chemoprevention role and the oxaliplatin produces a chemotherapeutic effect during the process of carcinogenesis. The combined action of both agents was better than the effect of each agent alone.

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EL BEKKAY Hafid

Dental office in Oujda, Morocco

Title: inlays, onlays and overlays with resin composite

Biography:

I am EL Bekkay Hafid, Dentist in the private sector since 1996. I got my baccalaureate  in 1987 with honors . After, I did my dental studies at the faculty of dental medicine of Rabat , Morocco, and I got my doctorate in 1995 with honorable mention, the congratulations of the juries and proposal at the price of theses.

Abstract:

THE FIRST COMPOSITES in indirect technique (Mörmann 1982, Touati 1983), made using microfilled resins, were not a great success because of their mediocre properties. On the other hand, in view of the good results obtained with the feldspar ceramics used for the facets, these were introduced for later inlays-onlays posterior.However, the number of fractures of the restorations initiated a return of the practitioners towards the composite in view of the constant evolutions of the material with time. Currently, the choice of this material over the ceramic provides the following benefits:

• better mechanical behavior;

• lower cost;

• the possibility of a repair in the mouth (using cabinet composites);

• easier edge finishing;

• Reliability associated with comparable longevity.

Composites have evolved a lot in the last decades (from micro-filled composite to nanohybrid), not only in terms of mechanical properties (decrease of polymerization stress...) but also in their ease of work (choice of color, injectable materials, polishing...). In addition, the realization of the contact point is much easier with the current material available (metal matrices fine and pregalbées, spacer ring...). Therefore, nowadays, one can expect a longevity of at least 10 years for a direct composite inserted in a small cavity.

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Alina Tykhomyrova

Slavna Medical clinic, Ukraine

Title: Initial examination of orthodontic patient. Combination of normal straight wire technique and MEAW technique in orthodontic cases . Edgewise VS Prescription.

Biography:

Alina Tykhomyrova finished a National Medical University of Bogomolets, Finished Ukrainian Military Academy. General Dentist in Slavna Medical Clinic from 2015. Orthodentist in Slavna medical clinic from 2018. Specialist of Hydra Facial and IPRF technology in Slavna Medical clinic from 2015

Abstract:

Initial examination of patient is very important part of treatment planing.  Wider range of primary examination give us bigger opportunity to determine right diagnosis and make a treatment plan. Before doctor start intraoral examination, he could predict a lot of things from diagnosis,  just from the patient's face, listening complaints, pronunciation and examine patient's muscles and  temporomandibular joint. From right diagnosis doctor start to do a treatment plan and choose system and treatment technique. It could be removable appliance  or unremovable appliance together with bracket system , or just bracket system (metal/clarity/composite...). Also we have a lot of different technique which we could use in our practice (straight wire, multi loop wire, Tweed technique, lingual...). In my presentation I would like to share my experience and  compare two different technique (straight wire and MEAW edgewise) in  different ortho cases. Compare advantages and disadvantages of edgewise and prescription bracket systems and decide all together which one is more efficient and safety to gain the best result.

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Satinderjot Kaur

Government Dental College & Hospital, Amritsar, India

Title: Ridge Preservation with “Socket-Shield” Technique :A Case Report

Biography:

Dr Satinderjot Kaur has completed his Bachelors of Dental Surgery (BDS) at the age of 23 years from Government Dental College and Hospital, Amritsar affiliated to BFUHS, University. He completed post graduation in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery from same institute under the guidance of Dr. Jeevan Lata (Principal and head of the department of oral and Maxillofacial surgery, Government Dental College,Amritsar). Now, She is an assistant professor of oral surgery department in same college. She is the member of Punjab Dental Council.

Abstract:

After tooth extraction,the alveolar ridge commonly decrease in volume and change morphologically. These changes are usually clinically significant and  the placement of implant supported crown get complicated and extremely challenging. With aim of achieving an optimal esthetic result, so special care is being taken to focus on the details that would lead to this objective; these details may include imitating the natural teeth,by harmonizing the structures around the placed implant. The socket shield technique has demonstrated the potential in preventing buccal tissue from resorption in clinical studies. In this technique, root fragment attached to buccal bone plate is retained to maintain the biological integrity of the buccal periodontium (bundle bone) and immediate implant placement lingual to the retained fragment is performed. A case report presents a 13 year old girl with a traumatic upper right lateral incisor, replaced by an immediate implant by leaving a partial root fragment at buccal side. Four months after implant placement, clinical examination showed healthy peri implant soft tissue and well preserved ridge. So, applying socket shield technique and immediate implant placement is a feasible treatment option in case with high esthetic concern.