Scientific program

Oct 19-20, 2020    Vancouver, Canada

Global Summit On Advanced Clinical Dentistry And Dental Treatment

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Speakers

Mervi Chandra
11:00 AM-11:30 AM

Mervi Chandra

Indonisa

Title: Use of Mineral Trioxide Aggregate For Apexification Treatment, Literature Review

Abstract:

Mineral Trioxide Aggregate (MTA) was first introducted by Mahmoud Torabinejad at Loma Linda University, California, USA in 1993 and inaugurated in 1998 by US Food and Drug Administration. Use of MTA in the apexification treatment to young treatment teeth that have to protect the pulp necrosis resulting in the closure of the apical tip of the good that is not contamited with bacteria. MTA has a good biocompatible and an antimicrobial barriers because that is formed on the apical calcification. The success of this treatment can be checked with a probe or endo files and radiographys after 6 months. The signs of success is reduced inflammatory reaction, a reaction occurs that new odontoblast mineralization so that the closure of calcified barrier. This is evident, the success of the apical barrier formation of 94.1% and 76.5% and 17.6% closures is unknown circumstances. From this the conclusion, apicl closure care have short time to reduce the multivisit care complications and reduce the risk of fracture as well.

Biography:

Mervi Chandra has completed her Dentist at the age of 25 years from Trisakti University in 2012 and master’s degree studies magister management of Business & economic’s sustainability at the age of 29 years from Trisakti University in 2018. She is the dentist of PT. Kimia farma district Pos Pengumen Raya, West Jakarta and doctor teleconsultation in Halodoc Healcare’s Digital company and PDGI (Persatuan Kedokeran Gigi Indonesia) organization. She has published more than 2 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute in Trisakti University.

AlqahtaniTareq Ali Nasser
11:30 AM-12:00 PM

AlqahtaniTareq Ali Nasser

Saudi Arabia

Title: Clinical, radiographical and questionnaire study of failures of fixed partial dentures/ crowns fabricated in fixed prosthodontics clinic in college of dentistry, king khalid university,abha,ksa

Abstract:

Failure of  Fixed partial dentures and crowns is a very vital question to be answered. One of the hurdles for us is to identify the failure and the best way to identify the failures is by first classifying the failures and then looking out which type of failure is most common and what could be the underlying reason for the failure. Over the years many authors have put forth various methods of classifying failures of crowns and FPDs1,2 . Authors differ in their opinion of which type of failure is most common. Mechanical failures is more common than biological failures by some clinicians1 . Few studies have reported that the lowest incidence of clinical complications was associated with all-ceramic crowns followed by Posts and cores and conventional single crowns3. The 3 most common complications associated with posts and cores were post loosening , root fracture  and secondary caries4. So various studies have put forth different views on the failures of the prosthesis. This present study will bring into light the type of failures which are more common in FPDs and crowns fabricated in fixed partial denture clinic in college of dentistry ,king Khalid university,Abha,Saudi Arabia

Biography:

Alqahtani ,Tareq Ali , general practice dentist at ministry of interior at Saudi Arabia .BDS at 2015 form king khalid university Abha , Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery MFDS RCPS (Glasg) 2018 .

Maurizio Martini
12:30 PM-01:00 PM

Maurizio Martini

Saudi Arabia

Title: The Post Extractive Immediate Loading: key factors for a long term aesthetic success.

Abstract:

Aesthetic is a leading aspect of our entire dental and implant treatments. Providing a long-term stability of the soft and hard tissue around the implants is a key factor to guarantee an aesthetic successful outcome over the time. We are going to analyze the main factors that, according with the literature, could be crucial for achieving this purpose. From the diagnosis to the extraction from the perfect position of the implant and the correct management of the soft tissue to the emerging profile of the crown, all these aspects can make the difference between success and failure of our rehabilitation.

Biography:

For the last 10 years, he has exclusively dedicated his practices to implantology with the particular focus on immediate loading.

Moustafa Abdou ELsyad
01:30 PM-02:00 PM

Moustafa Abdou ELsyad

Egypt

Title: Patient satisfaction and oral health related quality of life (OHRQoL) of conventional denture, fixed prosthesis and milled bar overdenture for All-on-4 implant rehabilitation. A cross over study

Abstract:

Objectives: This study aimed to evaluate patient satisfaction and oral health related quality of life (OHRQoL) of conventional denture, fixed prosthesis and milled bar overdenture for All-on-4 implant rehabilitation. Materials and methods:  Sixteen completely edentulous patients with ill-fitted mandibular dentures received new mandibular dentures (CD). After 3 months, 4 implants were installed according to the “All-on-4 concept” and immediately loaded with mandibular dentures. Three months after osseointegration, patients received either fixed prosthesis (FP) or milled bar overdenture (MB) in a cross-over design. Patient satisfaction was evaluated using a visual analogue scale (VAS). OHRQoL was evaluated using the OHIP-14. Questionnaires of VAS and OHIP-14 were measured 3 months after wearing each of the following prostheses: CD, FP, and MB Results: For all questions of VAS and OHIP-14, CD showed significant lower satisfaction compared to FP and MB (p<.00025). FP recorded significant higher VAS scores than MB regarding retention and stability (p<.00007). MB recorded significant higher scores than FP regarding general satisfaction, comfort, ease of cleaning and handling (p<.00008). Regarding OHIP-14, no significant differences in OHIP scores between FP and MB were observed for all domains of OHIP Conclusion: All-on-4” implant rehabilitation of edentulous mandible with FP and MB achieves high patient satisfaction and OHRQoL compared to CD. No significant difference in OHRQoL between FP and MB was observed. Regarding VAS, FP rated greater satisfaction with retention, stability and chewing compared to MB. However, MB rated greater satisfaction with ease of cleaning and handling compared to FP.  

Biography:

Faculty of Dentistry, University of Mansoura, Eldakahlia, Egypt

Nima sabzchamanara
12:00 PM-12:30 PM

Nima sabzchamanara

Ukraine

Title: Periodontal muscle training can strength the periodontal support Feet your teeth

Abstract:

Previous research on periodontal structure and function has shown a significant relationship between periodontal tissue and teeth. This study assessed dentist's beliefs about the relative efficacy of the health of periodontal tissue. A total of 505 patients in general pracrice were asked to respond to a list of 25 obligatory nourishment for a child while going to have the first teeth, for its effectiveness in dealing with patient's periodontal health especially include chewing hard food. They were also asked to select the three most effective nutrition for periodontal tissue. The imdices of patient perceived importance of the periodontal health were derived and each compared with actual effectiveness as determined from a sample of 250 patients. Although the majority of patient's rated 18 of 25 nutrition as being very effective, there was no significant association between patient perceived nourishment effectiveness and actual effectiveness. The implications for patient training are discussed.

Biography:

NIMA SABZCHAMANARA has completed his dental study from National Medical University Kiev Ukraine. He is therapeutic Dentist, Microscopic Endodontics. Member Association Dentists in Ukraine, Member Association of Endodontists in Ukraine, Editorial Board Member of journal OMICS International. Scientific Committee Advisor Hilaris Conferences.

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