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American board-certified oral and maxillofacial surgeon, USA
Time : 55ew6
James D. Bates, D.D.S., 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 D.D.S. 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.
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.
Mr. Face Odontostomatological Clinic, Italy
Keynote: Sleep Dentist
Time : 5665r
Degree in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics University of Perugia with 110/110 cum laude. Degree in dental technician in Pesaro. Collaboration with Prof. T. Testori for maxillary sinus surgery and immediate loading in large rehabilitations. Tutor of surgery and periodontology. He followed Prof. G. Zucchelli as second operator, learning gingival mucus surgery and regenerative periodontal surgery. Tutor for cadaver dissection courses at the Institut de Formation en Implantoligie Université in Paris and at the Institute of Anatomy of the University of Vienna. Collaboration in orthodontics and minimally invasive orthognathic surgery and maxillary and mandibular segmental corticotomy. She attends the courses on prosthetics on natural teeth and implants by Dr. I. Loi and Dr. M. Fradeani. Master II level at the University of Padova in “Analgesic Sedation and emergencies in odontostomatology" by Prof. G. Manani. 1st level Master's degree at the University of Torino in "Pathogenic odontostomatological pathologies". Specialized Degree at the University of Torino in "Orthognathic Surgery and Facial Malformations" Prof. G. Ramieri. He holds courses in basic and advanced implant surgery and sedo-analgesia together with the Kristal Reserch group in Bucharest and in Italy. Masters in Sleep Dentistry at the University of Bologna
The importance of the role of the dentist today is of great importance for the concepts that can be learned and obtained from the study of sleep and the knowledge of the patient's medical information. Today, the dentist spends a lot of time with the patient and is able through communication, motivation, encouragement, to improve the quality of life for a long time. The dentist's medical team must also think about the general health necessary for every patient to face life in the best possible way.Now in our work we are the coaches of our patients and we must be able to motivate, encourage, direct and assist their changes and see how our role gains importance in the patient's psychophysical health processes.The dentist's duty is to investigate and treat in addition to oral hygiene, nutrition, physical and mental health, encouraging the patient in this direction because it is and will be the direction of future health of people.
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Keynote: The versatile indications, techniques and properties of composites: different approaches to day-to-day-cases with silicone based indirect restorations and nanohybrides!
Time : 576
Before Dr.Eren Cicek graduated from the University of Copenhagen, Denmark in 2015, he had tutored and lectured medical,- and dental students at the faculty of health and medical sciences in the aforementioned University. Since then he's been working in a private clinic, focusing on endodontics,- and restorative dentistry. In a period of 6 months he also worked as a pedodontist, mainly focusing on syrian refugee children, in relation to the massive immigration that Denmark had in the early 2016. He keeps lectures several times a year on various topics.
In Autumn 2016 he became the owner of the clinic that had him employed, in Copenhagen. Since then he's been conducting all sorts of dental treatments. Most recently he has returned from Germany, Cuxhaven, lecturing at the VOCO international fellow symposium and Oslo from lecturing in composites.
My presentation deals with the versatility of composites (types and techniques), its many functions and indications. Composites is a well known, and well used material in every dental practice, all over the world. Its properties varies from being colorstable, flexible, elastomeric and resistant to incoming forces. The latest trend in the ever growing universe of composites is nano-hybrid composites, which is also entirely biocompatible. These are just few of many of the advantages of composites, which dentists are enjoying from their day-to-day work. Before the clinical cases, the subject of light curing is going to be mentioned briefly, as it is imperative for the clinician to excecute properly, this phase properly, for sufficient restorations on patients.
With a solid theoretical foundation on the newest cutting edge technology in the field of bonding and nanohybrides, which I build my clinical cases upon, I am going to show-case different approaches, to chair-side treatments in restorative dentistry. Various techniques, with various composite materials are going to be elaborated upon, with references to the newest of research in the aforementioned field. Everything from direct composite restorations using silicon stamps to a chair-side-preparation of indirect restorations, using die silicone. Furthermore the use of cutting edge materials, being nanohybrid-composites and bundled glass-fiber-posts are going to be examplified, to give a taste of what the future looks like for the respectable field of restorative dentistry.
SEGi University, Malaysia
Time : 10:00-10:30
Time : 10:30-11:00
Vibha Singh is currently working as Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery K.G.M.U, Lucknow India. She has completed her Graduation and Post-graduation from the same institute. She has published more than 90 scientific paper and presented scientific paper in national and international conferences and also serving as Editorial Board Member of several journals.
Introduction & Objective: Oral sub mucous fibrosis is a chronic debilitating disease and a well-recognized potentially premalignant condition of the oral cavity, various medical and surgical modalities have been used but results are not satisfactory owing to recurrence, adverse effects and some worsening condition. Thus analyzing the disease condition, OSMF can be considered as Vata Pitta dominant Tridosha Chronic Sarvasara Mukharoga (disease affecting the whole oral cavity) and it is obvious that it needs to be treated at local as well as systemic level. The objective is to evaluate the role of an herbal preparation in the Grade-I and Grade-II and recalcitrant cases of oral submucous fibrosis and its consequent improvement in trismus and mouth opening and reduction in burning sensation; to assess the changes in the levels of serum IL-6 and serum antioxidants after administration of the preparation both topically and systemically.
Method: The study comprised of minimum 30 patients having OSMF aged from 16 and up to 60 years attending the OPD of Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dental Sciences, King George's Medical University, Lucknow. The patients were enrolled in the study irrespective of sex, caste and creed. An informed consent was being taken from the patient. It was an open-label randomized clinical trial comprising of holistic Ayurvedic approach a clinical trial comprised of 30 patients of clinically diagnosed cases of OSMF. Herbal preparation was made and given to the patients for oral rinse and gargle for 3-5 minutes twice a day for 4 months.
Results: Clinical evaluation was done every 15 days. Pre and post interventional evaluation of biochemical parameter, serum antioxidant, IL6 was done and was marked improvement in clinical as well as biochemical parameters.
Conclusion: The herbal preparations are very effective in management of early stage of submucous fibrosis as well for the prevention of the submucous fibrosis which is very common in our country and potential pre malignant lesion.