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Dental nurses are dental care professionals that provide assistance and support for clinical and non-clinical aspects of patient care. A dental nurse is able to work in all branches of dentistry like general dental practice and hospital and community services. Roles and responsibilities of dental nurses include: Performing infection control and decontamination procedures, handling dental materials, maintaining dental equipment and instruments and providing administrative support. Dental nurses should maintain ethical behavior for the profession, for the patient and for the community. Ethically, dental nurses should be motivated to maintain honor and integrity of the profession and support the dentist in proper patient treatment and welfare of the community. Dental nurse should perform only those dental works which they are entitled to perform. For the patients, the nurses should safeguard the welfare of patient regardless of sex, creed, race, economic standards, etc. Since patients are in close contact with the nurses, it is important for nurses to follow high ethical standards.
The embodiment of general wellbeing dentistry lies in the way that the range concentrates on a group or populace all in all and not singular patients. General wellbeing dental specialists work towards advancement of general oral and dental soundness of their groups. They teach patients to adjust to practices that may help enhance their general dental wellbeing over the long haul. General wellbeing dentistry likewise focuses on patient training, expanded consciousness of government projects and endeavors towards group dental wellbeing and health.
- Track 6-1Dental sedation nursing
- Track 6-2Orthodontic nursing
- Track 6-3Nutrition and dental health
- Track 6-4Dental public health intelligence
- Track 6-5Academic dental public health
- Track 6-6Oral health surveillance
Orthodontia is the branch of dentistry that is concerned with the correction, prevention and treatment of the malocclusion, improper bites and crooked teeth as well as abnormalities of the dento-facial region. The main objective of orthodontics can be explained by Jackson’s triad which includes: Structural balance; functional efficiency; and aesthetic harmony. Orthodontics can be performed in three ways by alteration in tooth position, skeletal patter and soft tissue pattern. In the recent advancements of orthodontics, introduction of cone beam CT scanning has proved to be revolutionizing in treatment planning and evaluation. Recently, passive self-ligating brackets are used which have the ability to reduce crowding and eliminating the need for extraction.
- Track 7-1Advances in Orthodontics and Invisalign Techniques
- Track 7-2Implants in Orthodontics
- Track 7-3Management of Cleft Lip and Palate
- Track 7-4Lingual Orthodontics and Orthognathic surgery
- Track 7-5Evidence based orthodontics
Prosthodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with the designing, manufacturing, making and fitting of artificial replacements of missing part of the mouth. It also deals with the treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral parts functioning. Prosthodontics has four main branches: Removable prosthodontics; fixed prosthodontics; maxillofacial prosthodontics; and Implant prosthodontics. It is a form of restorative dentistry which deals with the treatment of multiple teeth at one time. Success in prosthodontics treatment requires a strong background in basic and clinical sciences along with excellent theoretical and technical skills as well as effective organizational capabilities. There are much recent advancements like use of CAD/CAM on fixed restoration; laser application in prosthetic dentistry and Stafne’s bone cavity and its utilization incomplete denature retention
- Track 8-1Maxillo-facial prosthetics and Implant-based prostheses
- Track 8-2Management of temporo-mandibular disorders
- Track 8-3Biomimetic restorative dentistry
- Track 8-4Metal ceramic technology
Restorative Dentistry which is also known as Oral Rehabilitation deals with the general dental needs of the oral cavity, the teeth and supporting structures of a patient suffering with initial or recurring decay; wearing a way of tooth structure, discoloration, erosion, abnormal spacing. The objective of restorative dentistry is to work along with dental and surgical specialists to deal with complex treatments like hypodontia, cleft lip, traumatic injuries, oral cancer, etc. In general, resins, glass ionomer cements and amalgam are used as different restorative materials but recently, nanomaterials are used as a major part of restorative dentistry treatment in material synthesis, biomimetic approaches and in tissue engineering.
- Track 9-1Dental Crowns and clinical Management
- Track 9-2Cosmetic Dentures and Bridges
- Track 9-3Restorative and reconstructive dentistry
- Track 9-4Lasers in restorative dentistry.
Periodontology is the branch of dentistry that deals with the scientific study, diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the surrounding tissues (Gum, Alveolar mucosa, periodontal ligament, etc.) of teeth. There are various roles played by periodontium like: they resist and optimize the forces generated by speech, mastication and swallowing; adjust the structural changes associated with age and external environment by continuous regeneration and remodeling. Periodontology deals with diseases which can be classified into gingivitis and chronic periodontitis. The common symptoms of gingivitis are redness, edema and bleeding. Chronic periodontitis can cause inflammation and bone loss. These diseases can be treated with periodontal therapy which includes oral hygiene, scaling and root planning and with the usage of antimicrobials.
- Track 10-1Chronic periodontitis
- Track 10-2Gum graft and Peri-Implantitis
- Track 10-3Antibiotics and antiseptics in periodontal therapy
Dental Pain or Tooth Ache in and around the teeth is common problem for patients having poor oral hygiene or who have undergone dental procedures. Common problems associated with poor oral hygiene are dental caries, pulpitis, periapical abscess and trauma. Complications include sinusitis which results from untreated maxillary infection; and cavernous sinus thrombosis. These conditions require proper attention as they are life threatening. Complications after dental procedures are common and include dry socket, osteomyelitis, bleeding and osteonecrosis of jaw. Treatments for these complications include antibiotics, stitches, scrapping of damaged bones and antibacterial mouth rinses. Recent advancements in treatments include radiofrequency ablation, pain shots, opioids and muscle relaxants.
- Track 11-1Neuralgia
- Track 11-2Severity of pain and management
- Track 11-3Gum problems and Pain threshold
Oral and maxillofacial surgery includes diagnosis, surgery and treatment of defects, injuries and diseases mainly in the oral hard and soft tissues, head, neck, face and maxillofacial region i.e. jaws and face. Functions of an oral and maxillofacial surgeon may include dental replacements, jaw, oral and facial tumor diagnosis and removal, jaw and facial bone alignment, jaw reconstruction, etc. In the mid-1980s, CO2 Laser was first introduced that gained immense popularity in the field of periodontology mainly because of ease of simultaneous photo-thermal ablation and coagulation. Recent innovations in oral and maxillofacial surgery include trans-oral robotic surgery and titanium miniplates in the field of guided maxillofacial surgery.
- Track 12-1Dental anesthesiology and Techniques
- Track 12-2Antibiotic prophylaxis and early dental implant failure
- Track 12-3Technology and innovations
- Track 12-4Piezoelectric surgery and 3 D Virtual treatments
- Track 12-5Management of cleft lip and palate
Dental Surgery is a medical procedure involving artificial modification of teeth and their arrangement in the mouth and includes modification of jaw bones. Based on various reasons people opt for a dental surgery. There are different types of dental surgeries and most common among them is surgical extraction of teeth. Injuries may also warrant surgery which should be performed by a dental specialist in a clinic.
Pulpotomy: Removal of a portion of the pulp along with the infected part in order to maintain the vitality of the remaining pulpal tissue.
Pulpectomy: Complete removal of pulp material from the pulp chamber and root canal.
Apicoectomy: Surgical procedure in which removal of tooth’s root tip, preparation of root end cavity and filling of biocompatibility material in it is performed when there is a failure in conventional root canal therapy.
Crowns or Caps: A covering (Crown/Cap) which is used to improve the appearance of tooth and to restore its strength, size and shape.
Veneers: Wafer-thin tooth colored artificial shells designed to cover the front surface of the teeth in order to provide a perfect appearance.
Bridges: A bridge consisting of a pontic along with abutment teeth on both the sides to fill the gap created by one or more missing teeth.
Dentures: Replacement of missing teeth by removable appliances.
Implants and implant-supported prosthesis: Dentures supported by implants on jaw bone in the complete absence of teeth.
Extraction: Removal of damaged or decayed tooth from its bone socket.
Fiberotomy: Surgical procedure designed to detach the fibres present around the tooth in order to reduce the tendency to relapse of tooth rotations corrected by dental treatments.
Periodontics: Dental specialty which focuses on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases effecting gums and other supporting structures around the teeth.
Cosmetic Dental Surgery: Dental work performed majorly focusing on improvement of position, color, size and alignment to enhance the overall smile appearance.
- Track 13-1Laser Dentistry and Complications
- Track 13-2Technology and innovations
Dental sleep medicine is a branch of dental practice which deals with oral appliances that are worn in the mouth during sleep that prevents airway from collapsing by supporting jaw in a forward position in order to treat sleep disordered breathing like snoring and OSA. Other treatment options include Continuous Positive Airway Pressure/CPAP for sleep apnea and telegnathic surgery. People often prefer oral appliances because it is portable, quiet comfortable and easy to wear. Sleep disorders have severe consequences like automobile accidents, industrial accidents and overall reduction in productivity of an individual because of drowsiness. So, treatment of sleep disorders is crucial for the benefit of the individual and the community.
- Track 14-1Snoring
- Track 14-2Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Track 14-3Oral Appliance Therapy
Oral microbiology is a science which deals with the oral micro biota and their interactions with the host. Oral bacteria utilize the ecological niche provided by gingival epithelium and tooth surface. Constant monitoring of bacterial colonization and prevention of bacterial invasions is done by the innate host defense system. Increase in bacterial colonization in the oral cavity leads to dental plaques and then causes dental caries and periodontal disease. Lack of oral hygiene and influential factors which effect the structure of microbial community leads to Oral diseases. To identify the main cause for the onset of oral diseases it is essential to understand the oral environment and microbial interactions.
- Track 15-1Dental caries and Dental plaque
- Track 15-2Oral Bacteria and Oral Medicine
- Track 15-3Oral Oncology and Oral Cytology
- Track 15-4Osteoporosis and Tooth decay
- Track 15-5Eating habits and dental problems
In recent years, research in science and modern dentistry has been driven by developments in biomaterials science. A biomaterial is any substance or drug that has been designed to interact with a biological system for a therapeutic or medical cause. With the development of any new biocompatible materials, it can be used for the improvement of the presently existing materials characteristics that can in turn broaden the applications of biomaterials in dentistry field. The most commonly used biomaterials including dentin bonding, luting agent, glass ionomers and ceramics require a better understanding in multidisciplinary approach, for the development of new designs in order to get more satisfactory properties biologically and with improved biocompatibility.
- Track 16-1Oral Biomaterials and biological tissues
- Track 16-2Bio-active/functional restorative materials
- Track 16-3Novel tissue engineering scaffold
- Track 16-4Innovation of polymer materials and devices for denture prosthesis
- Track 16-5Bio nanomaterial’s and Resin cements
- Track 16-6Resin cements and Reinforced composites
Dental products can be classified into various subcategories like diagnostics, drugs and pharmaceuticals, equipment and materials, whitening products, etc. Over the counter products include toothpaste, powered toothbrushes, manual toothbrushes, water pik devices and mouthwashes. The quality of treatment depends on the quality of product used for the treatment. Marketing is key to success for any business, and dentistry is not exception to that. Because of the boom in information technology, general dental patients are more aware of the options available to them; this makes marketing a challenge for both manufacturing companies and dentists for their respective products and services. Some platforms and methods used by manufacturing companies and dentists for marketing include: Website, search engine optimization, online reputation management and branding
- Track 17-1Repair & Restorative Products
- Track 17-2Prosthetics and Crowns & Bridges
- Track 17-3Cosmetic Products and Preventive Products
- Track 17-4Traditional Online dental Marketing
- Track 17-5Teledentistry and Marketing Planning
A phase change from traditional techniques to digital methods has massively advanced the dentistry field widening the scope of dental treatments and procedures. Robotic and digital dentistry, Dental radiography/informatics, Forensic dentistry, Laser applications, Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues, Dental implants & occlusal analysis, etc. are some of the advanced tools and techniques used in digital dentistry.
- Track 18-1Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues
- Track 18-2Evolving instrumentations in dentistry
- Track 18-3Dental implants and occlusal analysis
- Track 18-4Robotic and digital dentistry
- Track 18-5Laser Dentistry applications for dental hygiene
- Track 18-6Dental radiography/informatics
Cosmetic Dentistry is improvisation of the appearance of the teeth, gums or bite. It mainly concentrates on the improvement of dental aesthetics in terms of color, size, alignment position, and overall smile appearance. Some of the latest techniques and products in cosmetic dentistry are Teeth Whitening, Bonding, Veneers, Crowns, Enamel Shaping and Contouring, Bridges, Braces, etc. Bonding makes use of tooth-collared amalgamated resin (plastic) to Implant Dentistry. Chipped, discolored, broken and decomposed teeth can be corrected with bonding technique. Teeth whitening procedure reduces pigments and improves the color of the teeth. Veneers, made of ceramic materials cover the front part of the teeth to change the shape of color. On the other hand crowns are caps which cover the entire tooth restoring a normal shape and size.
- Track 19-1Full mouth reconstruction
- Track 19-2Esthetic Dentistry and Ceramic restoration
- Track 19-3Dentures and Teeth whitening
- Track 19-4Pulp Protectants and Liners
3D Imaging is one of the most significant tools for orthodontists to evaluate and record size and form of craniofacial structures. Orthodontists regularly use 2-dimensional (2D) static imaging procedures, but deepness of structures cannot be acquired and restricted with 2D imaging. Three-dimensional (3D) imaging has been developed in the early of 1990's and has gained a prized place in dentistry, particularly in orthodontics. In 3D diagnostic imaging, a series of anatomical records is gathered using certain technical equipment, processed by a computer and later presented on a 2D monitor to present the illusion of deepness.
Digital dentistry refers to the use of dental technologies or devices to carry out dental procedures rather than using mechanical or electrical tools. The use of digital dentistry can make carrying out dental procedures more efficient than using mechanical tools
- Track 20-1Dental cone beam computed tomography
- Track 20-2Cone Beam imaging and 3D dental Imaging
- Track 20-3Dental lasers and Digital radiography
- Track 20-4Electric and surgical/implant hand pieces
- Track 20-5Photography — extra oral and intraoral