Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 36th International Conference on Dentistry & Dental Marketing Boston, Massachusetts .

Day 2 :

Keynote Forum

Phillip G Pitts

Tennessee University of Common Sense, USA

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 08:30-09:00

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Biography:

Entrepreneur, out of box thinker, his interest primarily in dentistry. However, as his profile indicates, very open to new challenges, especially when he sees where
a trend in technology is moving. He is personable, a people person who enjoys being a team member, being involved in product development, manufacturing,
marketing and sales strategies. Training people on new products or technology. Mentoring and having mentors is important to me, he feels everyone has knowledge
that they can pass on to others with whom they communicate. Setting goals is very important in life, career and profession. Religion, family, friends, volunteering for
wounded warriors and a variety of recreational activities. His hobby is custom knife making for outdoorsmen and collectors.

Abstract:

Aerosol ceramic bonded titanium substructures and abutments
 
Ceramic coated dental abutments offer dental professionals an alternative to zircon abutments in anterior regions of the
mouth for esthetics and strength. For many decades dental professionals and dental patients had no alternative for titanium
abutments. Esthetics became a problem in many cases as the tissue is translucent, a grey shadow of the alloy would be visible
under the tissue above or below the porcelain fused to metal or all ceramic restorations. Dental ceramic manufacturers attempted
to resolve the problem with a hand applied bonding agent applied with a brush to the abutment and fired. The next step was to
brush on a tooth-colored opaque over the bonding layer to hide the grey alloy. This method was both times consuming and if
there was an area that was applied too thick in the bonder the ceramic would delaminate from the abutment or substructure.
The alternative became the use of zircon abutments as they are white in color. Even with the strength as with any ceramic when
it is thin and unsupported it will break. The problem with zircon used in the anterior regions of the mouth is many times they
are small and break during seating or afterward when stressed by the patient in bruxing or biting into food which applied
stresses to the anterior restorations causing the zircon abutment to break off the implant in the mouth. To resolve this problem
the best alternative was to apply ceramic binder and opaque with the aerosol application. The aerosol application provided the
thin even layer of bonder to the abutment or substructure for the optimal strength of bonding colored ceramic to the abutment.
This application resulted in the strongest ceramic bond to titanium in the dental profession and the strength of titanium without
the grey shadow under the translucent tissue.

 

Keynote Forum

Ayman Hegab

Al-Azhar University, Egypt

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 09:00-09:30

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Biography:

Ayman Hegab is a clinical associate professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dental Medicine. Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. Member of Egyptian
Dental Association. Member of the Egyptian Society of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon. Doctor’s Degree (PhD) of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery focuses on the Alveolar
Cleft, Faculty of Dental Medicine. Al-Azhar University, Cairo, February May 2007. Master’s Degree (MSc) of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery focuses on the TMJ
Surgeries, Faculty of Dental Medicine, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, December 2003. Bachelor Degree (BDS) of Dental Medicine & Oral Surgery, Faculty of Dental
Medicine, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, May 1997. He has the privilege to design and introduce Tooth-Borne, Custom-Made Distraction Device for closure of the
alveolar cleft which is approved by American Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery (Hegab Alveolar Distraction Device). Also, he has the privilege design and
introduces split acrylic splint for treatment of pediatric mandibular fracture which approved by the British Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (Hegab Pediatric
Mandibular Fracture Device). He has over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals. He is one of AEEDC Young Researcher Award Participants for 2012 & 2013.
He was speaker in many of the international conferences in USA, Qatar and UAE.

Abstract:

Big data? Big deal… what do I do with it?
 
We all have the luxury of big data surrounding every aspect of our dental offices including new patient visits, average
production per visit, cost per acquired patient, twelve-month production average and patient-to-patient referral
numbers. We all spend millions of dollars annually on SEO, pay-per-click, direct mail and anything else to get the phone to
ring. We see our results daily, weekly and monthly but can’t seem to move the needle. We know why it’s important and how it
is useful for improving operations. But how do you make it just as important to the working dentist at your practices? What’s
the best delivery method so you can build value in your brand and improve your relationship with your providers? And finally,
how do you get buy in from the teams so you can stop spinning your wheels? Ray Caruso brings his unique presentation style of
humor mixed with straight-forward common sense, to answer the questions we all want to know. His experience working with a
variety of payor-mix offices throughout his career prepares all owners, leaders and teams to unpack office cultures, know doctor
and team agendas and deliver on execution and change. You will walk away with the ability to not only interpret and understand
data but have tools and concepts to create an action that makes a difference. Ray Caruso is the CEO of Lone Peak Dental
Group, a collection of specialty dental practices throughout the United States. His early days with Heartland Dental shaped his
business acumen and provided the basis for his growth into new operational roles. He later joined Decision One in Chicago as
their COO, tripling their revenue and profits in three years. Finding and getting the most out of amazing people is his greatest
strength. At Lone Peak Dental, he built an infrastructure necessary to support and grow it into a $70million dollar company.

Keynote Forum

James D Bates

Texas Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, USA

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 09:30-10:00

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Biography:

James D Bates, DDS, M.D., is an American board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon in active private practice in Dallas, Texas. Originally from Lubbock, Texas,
he attended Texas Tech University as an undergraduate. He graduated with many honors from The University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston with a DDS degree
and from Texas Tech University School of Medicine with an M.D. degree. In addition, he completed an internship in general surgery at Baylor University Medical
Center and completed an accredited residency in oral and Maxillofacial surgery at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. As a part-time faculty
member at Texas A&M Baylor College of Dentistry in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, he taught physical examination and internal medicine to
graduate students in all specialties as a clinical associate professor for 18 years. As the founder of Texas Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, his practice is proud to have
maintained 12 years of continuous Accreditation as an Office-Based Surgery Practice by the internationally-recognized Joint Commission. His practice focuses on
providing full-scope oral and maxillofacial surgery services Including orthognathic and TMJ surgery.

 

Abstract:

Diagnosis, nonsurgical and surgical treatment of obstructive sleep apnea
 
Sleep-disordered breathing is a hot topic in dentistry and medicine today. Dentists are in a unique position to screen for,
diagnose and treat their patients with obstructive sleep apnea. OSA is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition which
can result in hypertension, congestive heart failure and even death. This presentation will cover the screening, diagnosis and
contemporary management of sleep-disordered breathing in a comprehensive format, both for the general restorative dentist,
the orthodontist and the oral and maxillofacial surgical specialists. From the medical history and clinical examination, to
radiographic and diagnostic imaging findings, to a detailed discussion of the clinical polysomnogram and sleep medicine
consultation referral, to mandibular advancement oral appliance therapy and CPAP therapy, to Upper airway surgery including
uvulopalatopharyngoplasty (UPPP), laser-assisted uvuloplasty (LAUP), nasal septoplasty, inferior turbinectomy, tonsillectomy
and adenoidectomy, radiofrequency tongue and soft palate ablation, to maxillomandibular advancement and genioglossus
advancement, to tongue and hyoid suspension, this presentation will provide direct and practical real-life ways to improve the
health and prolong the life of your patients with maximal fulfillment in return.

 

Keynote Forum

Medhat Ahmed Abdallah AbdelBaki

King Abdulaziz Univeristy, Saudi Arabia

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 10:00-10:30

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Biography:

Abdallah completed his PhD from University of Alexandria, Egypt & postdoctoral studies from the University of Illinois at Chicago 1983. He has published more than
30 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of reputed journals.

 

Abstract:

Clinical evaluation between zirconia crowns and stainless steel crowns in primary molars teeth
 
Introduction and Research Problem: The aim of this project is to evaluate and compare two full coronal restorations on
primary posterior molars over a period of 3, 6 and 12 months in terms of restoration failure, marginal integrity, proximal
contact, secondary caries, occlusion and gingival response. The restorations types are Stainless Steel Crowns (SSC) and NuSmile
Zirconia Crowns (Nu/ZR).
Materials and Methods: Children attending the King Abdulaziz University, Faculty of Dentistry (KAUFD) clinics who need
restorations will be screened for inclusion criteria till 120 teeth are recruited (60 teeth for SSC restorations and 60 for Nu/ZR
restorations). The split-mouth technique will be used to ensure equalizing variables for both groups, each patient will have side
restored with SSC and the opposite side will be restored with Nu/ZR crowns. Randomization will be done using SPSS software
version 20.0 (Armonk, NY; IBM Corp.) for each age group separately with a uniform random variable generation. A simple
descriptive statistics will be used for analysis and a T-Test with Wilcoxon Signed-Rank will be used. Level of significance will be
set at (α = 0.05) and level of confidence at (95%).
Summary of Results: At 6th month all samples under group Zirconia already improved while only 73.3% from SSC while the
remaining samples happened to have positive changes at the 12th month. Regarding the plaque retention also the zirconia
crowns shows improve performance than SSC.
Conclusion and Recommendations: As both SSC and Zirconia crowns presented to be an excellent choice for posterior teeth
restorations, however, we can conclude that zirconia crowns performed better regarding gingival response to the material of
restoration and plaque retention despite its high cost.

 

Keynote Forum

Maxim Ashortia

Dental and Academic Center, Russia

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 14:00-14:30

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Biography:

In 2008 Maxim Ashortia graduated from the Moscow State University "Business organization and enterprise management". He is the speaker in the dental industry,
the author of courses held in Russia, CIS countries, Europe and the United States. He is the head of the digital technology laboratory and training center "Dental
Boutique" included in the list of countries officially recommended by exocad. Leading specialist in the dental industry. He is the creator of the anatomical design of
the teeth "Ashortia" for the exocad company, popular with specialists from all over the world, integrated into the world-famous brand.

 

Abstract:

WOW effect, client capture using digital technologies
 
Clients capture using digital technologies, both for laboratories and for dental clinics. Today, a modern dentist and technician
have a great opportunity to digitize the patient completely. These are face scans and intraoral scans. Advantages of the
laboratory that has acquired these technologies: We can provide dentistry services for "Off-site Laboratory", where our specialist
arrives from the laboratory with the equipment, within 20 minutes completely digitizes the patient, conducts a scan of the face,
oral cavity and immediately proceeds to the laptop to simulate a virtual wax -up adjusting the aesthetics in the presence of a
patient and a doctor, the result is immediately visible on the screen, rotating the patient's 3D face. This business policy in our
practice has attracted a large number of new orders, within 3 months, increasing the turnover of the laboratory by 300%. A
dentist having such a technology makes a great impression on the patient, the shape and aesthetics of a smile can be adjusted
in the presence of a patient, you can create a future design together, patients like it very much, send it to a mobile device for
viewing at home. The advantage of an intraoral scanner: after scanning the oral cavity in color, you can display the state of teeth
and bite on the large screen, increasing and rotating the scanned jaws, which is more convincing for the patient in the need to
treat other teeth. Another application of the intraoral scanner is the "Smile Bank" where you can offer young people the service
to scan their beautiful teeth and save STL files in the cloud and if necessary even after 20-40 years you can always go back to the
dentist with the request to restore the smile of his youth, having their own young scans. This is just some area of application of
digital technologies for increasing the comfort and profit that I would like to share.

 

Keynote Forum

Emre Ozel

University of Kocaeli, Turkey

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 14:30-15:00

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Biography:

Eduard Babulak, is accomplished international scholar, researcher, consultant, educator, professional engineer and polyglot, with more than thirty years of
experience. His research was cited by scholars all over the world. He serves as chair of the IEEE Vancouver Ethics, professional and conference committee.
His academic and engineering work was recognized internationally by the Engineering Council in UK, the European Federation of Engineers and credited by the
Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and APEG in British Columbia in Canada. He was awarded higher postdoctoral degree DOCENT - Doctor of Science
(DSc) in the Czech Republic, PhD, MSc and High National Certificate (HNC) diplomas in the United Kingdom, as well as, the MSc and BSc diplomas in Electrical
Engineering Slovakia. He serves as the Editor-in-Chief, associate Editor-in-Chief, Co-Editor and Guest-Editor. He speaks 16 languages and his biography was cited
in the Cambridge Blue Book, Cambridge Index of Biographies,

Abstract:

Effect of different teas of surface roughness of resin composite
 
The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of different teas on surface roughness of anterior composites. In this study
Gradia direct Anterior, Clearfil Mejisty ES-2, Tokuyama Estelite quick and filtek ultimate were used as the composite material.
The teas used in the study were Lipton and Rosehip, Lipton black tea & Lipton green tea. For each tea groups 10 samples each
different composite material was prepared. Each sample was polymerized from upper from bottom surface for 20 seconds was
stored in distilled water at 37oC for 24 hours. Surface roughness measurements were performed at the beginning, at the end of
the 15th day and at the end of the one- month by using profilometer. Each composite material was kept in 3 different teas for 30
minutes for twice a day for one month during the morning and evening. Data were statistically analyzed by using one-way Anova
(p< 0.05) initial surface roughness value of Gradia direct anterior (0.751- Ra) and Filtek ultimate (0.900- Ra) presented higher
than other two composites(p< 0.05).Surface roughness value of all composites storage in Rosehip tea, Black tea, and Green tea
exhibited similar results at the end of one month. Significant differences were observed among teas for Filtek Ultimate, Gradia
Direct Anterior and Tokuyama Estelite Quick at the end of one month. Surface properties of composites used in this study were
found to be stable. Tokuyama Estelite quick presented the minimum surface roughness value while the maximum value was
Filtek Ultimate.

 

Keynote Forum

Kanwaldeep Singh Soodan

Maharishi Markandeshwar University, India

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 15:00-15:30

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Biography:

Kanwaldeep Singh Soodan is associate professor/reader at MM College of Dental Sciences and Research, India. He completed his BDS from Magadh University
(India) in 2003. He did his MDS (Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery) from Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune (India) in 2009. He has working experience in Cleft &
Cranio-maxillofacial Surgery Unit (Chennai, India) and Tata Memorial Cancer Hospital (Mumbai, India). He has published 15 international and 14 national articles
till date. He has 8 International book publications to his credit. During his post as Associate professor/Reader, he has completed 2 Research works and in progress
with 2 more. He has done international and national presentations. He has received appreciation letters from patients and principals of college. He is Editorial board
member to 5 international Journals, 4 national journals and Reviewer to Pubmed indexed journal. He was nominated for “Academician of year” award at Famdent
dental excellence award, Mumbai, India in 2016. He has acted as “Chairperson” during the scientific deliberations at State level and Annual conference of AOMSI

 

Abstract:

Study of the effect of polyvinylpyrrolidone-iodine (PVP-I) 2% as an anti-oedematous agent in third molar
surgery
 
A single-blind randomized control trial was carried out on 50 healthy outpatients who required surgical removal of
mandibular third molars under local anesthesia were selected. The patients were divided into 2 groups (n=25), the
treatment (PVP-I) and control group (normal saline). The treatment group patients were irrigated using PVP-I 2% (w/v)
(Betadine, Win- Medicare, India) during bone guttering and tooth sectioning. The control group patients were irrigated with
saline (sodium chloride 0.9%, w/v; Parenteral Drugs, India) only. Procedures that exceeded more than 1 hour were excluded
from the study. Using Pederson difficulty index, patients with moderately difficulty index were chosen. All parameters for
swelling were recorded preoperatively, on the first, second and seventh postoperative days for both procedures. The data were
statistically analyzed using SPSS (version 22.0) software. Independent t-test was applied for an operative time in minutes and
the two groups matched (p>0.05) for operative time. For change in swelling, T-tests was applied and we found an increase in
swelling in the saline group which was highly significant for change from preoperative to day 2 (p=0.005) and from preoperative
to day 7 (p-value<0.001). Mean for Pederson index for betadine and saline group was found out to be same (P=1). PVP-I 2%
was found out to be significantly reducing swelling as compared to saline suggesting that it acts as an anti-oedematous agent in
mandibular third molar surgery.

 

Keynote Forum

Abdul Waleed Nejrab

Kabul University of Medical Sciences, Afghanistan

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 15:30-16:00

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Biography:

Abdul Waleed Nejrab is working as a professor in Kabul University of Medical Sciences, Afghanistan

Abstract:

Dental Marketing and network issues
 
Dentistry is a humble profession that needs planning and preparation. The stages of dental practice may make or break your
practice. This lecture provides guidelines to your practice life cycle and how/what approach to use per stage. When do you
start and when are you going to stop your practice?
Inside the program:
Introduction to your IDEA
One by one stage
Marketing Program for your practice.
The objective of the Lecture:
The lecturer’s objective is to be able to share and help each and every practicing dentist
Identify where they are and where they are heading.

 

Keynote Forum

Jona J Sela

Hebrew University, Israel

Keynote: Dr.

Time : 16:15-16:45

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Biography:

Jona J Sela has been appointed full professor of Oral Pathology by The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel at the age of 40 years. He served as Head, Division
of Oral Pathology and Chaired the Institute of Dental Reseach. Currently, director of the Laboratory of Biomineralization. He authored more than 250 publications
including books and has been serving as on editorial boards. His research interests comprise gene-expression of bone cells around dental and orthopedic implants.
His book "Principles of Bone Regeneration" was published by Springer Verlag US.

Abstract:

Basic aspects of bone reaction to implants
 
A large variety of metal and ceramic devices are being introduced, on a daily basis, into bones. The appliances are implanted
in order to enhance healing, function and mobility. Bone repair adjacent to implants is a multi-factorial process wherein,
the foreign material is required, ideally, to produce a state of non-interference with normal osseous regeneration. The added
value of implant introduction comprises restoration of biomechanical properties. Ultimately, this process should involve an
improved formation of the mineralized matrix at the injured sites and an enhanced positive shift of bone remodeling balance.
Specifically, implant effect on bone healing involves a range of environmental, endocrine, mechanical and chemical variables
leading to changes in tissue, cell and gene expression. This is presented by the enhancement of guided action of osteoblasts and
chondroblast to produce osseous tissues that restore the skeletal load bearing capacity. Concomitantly, osteoclasts are involved
in the shaping of tissue healing. Recently, regulatory aspects of bone remodeling have been revealed. The findings disclosed
new modalities for induction, enhancement and guided repair in conditions such as intraosseous implants, nonunion fractures
and critical size defects. Various approaches to the treatment of these conditions are currently under basic, translational and
clinical research. These range from advanced methods for tissue engineering, gene and cell therapies involving identification
of active molecular target approach to the development of sophisticated biomaterials for implant surgery. In view of the
multidisciplinary nature of these efforts, the present talk addresses modern aspects of bone healing, with a special attempt to
enhance convergence of different experimental and clinical approaches designed for the study of implants and bone healing in
its diverse forms and under various conditions. The information and ideas provided should be of value for the understanding
of implant rejection in particular and at a broader view, to the experimental skeletal biologists and clinicians in the perception
of healing and regenerative processes.