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25th World Congress on Dentistry and Oral Health, will be organized around the theme “Conquer the Challenges in Dental and Oral well-being”

Dentistry Congress 2019 is comprised of 13 tracks and 92 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Dentistry Congress 2019.

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Dentistry is the scientific branch of healing arts which crucially deals with the maintenance of healthy teeth, the gums and other hard and soft tissues of the oral cavity. It is more focused, complex and distinct field identified by advanced knowledge, techniques and procedures and is a well-defined body of evidence based scientific and clinical knowledge. Simpler and more standardized treatment protocols should be maintained to reduce chair time which in turn enhances safety and efficacy. It has wide applications in caries removal and cavity preparation, re-contouring of bone and bacterial decontamination. Cosmetic dentistry primarily focuses on improvement of dental aesthetics in colour, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. Forensic dentistry is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. The tools and procedures of the dental trade have been digitalized and the fabrication and X-ray processes are being made more effective, safe and accessible.

  • Track 1-1Cosmetic dentistry
  • Track 1-2Pediatric dentistry
  • Track 1-3Forensic dentistry
  • Track 1-4Micro dentistry
  • Track 1-5Restorative dentistry
  • Track 1-6Future trends in dentistry
  • Track 1-7Electromagnetic waves and dentistry

Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a part of dentistry that deals with the surgeries, diagnosis and cure of diseases, injuries and defects of both functional and aesthetic aspects of soft and hard tissues of OMF region. OMFS is a challenging and exciting field which includes medical, dental and surgical knowledge and skills. Surgeons in this discipline have to perform surgeries for the purpose of enhancing function, appearance and correcting defects, repairing injuries or managing diseases. OMFS also deals with non-surgical management of conditions such as facial pain, oral mucosal disease and infections. CT scans and MRI scans displays the accurate and detailed three dimensional pictures of the head and neck anatomy and pathology. The advancement of gate control theory technique is used to deliver local anaesthesia which  plays an important role in pain control during surgical procedures.

  • Track 2-1Bone grafting
  • Track 2-2Dental implants
  • Track 2-3Implant-supported prosthesis
  • Track 2-4Impacted teeth
  • Track 2-5Tooth extraction
  • Track 2-6Fiberotomy
  • Track 2-7Maxillomandibular advancement surgery
  • Track 2-8Dental anesthesia
  • Track 2-9Impact of anesthesia in pain control

Dental pharmacology is the study of uses, adverse effects, doses and mechanism of action of drugs that are used in the treatment of the dental problems. Future trends in dental pharmacology include advanced techniques in routes of pharmacotherapy that not only augment the drug efficacy but also allow for the safe combination therapy with fewer adverse effects and greater prolongation of relief. It aims to involve evidence-based inter professional collaborative that provide both pharmacologic paradigms as well as nonpharmacologic modalities for optimal treatment success. A variety of drugs have been developed from natural herbs and products, which means that compounds derived from natural products have strong biological and pharmacological activities. Indeed, the pharmaceutical companies now a days using natural compounds for the optimisation of drug therapy.


  • Track 3-1Advanced dental treatment
  • Track 3-2Drugs commonly used in dentistry
  • Track 3-3Anti-dentin hypersensitivity agents
  • Track 3-4Local antimicrobials used in dentistry
  • Track 3-5Use of herbs and herbal dietary supplements in dentistry
  • Track 3-6Clinical techniques: Assessment and minimal intervention

The term “diagnosis” is used for the determination of the nature of a disease. The goal of the dental care is to provide efficient preventive measures and optimal therapeutic management of the dental problems. Individuals have great differences in their disease progression rates where the higher risk has been noted among smokers, diabetics and patients with other severe diseases. The dental practitioner role is progressing from a restorative dentist to diagnostician and case manager depending on their cognitive skills. The main aim is to focus on disease prevention, early discovery and intervention to minimise treatment which in turn enables desired treatment outcome. The advancement of radiographic imaging provides endless amount of information to assess the patient’s oral health. The combination of high accuracy 3D visible light surface images with 3D CBCT images are used to create a virtual patient that exactly displays both the hard and soft tissue structures. Salivary diagnostics has been researched for years to determine whether it is used to detect the status and susceptibility to both oral and systemic conditions.


  • Track 4-1Dental health and overall health
  • Track 4-2Advanced diagnostic techniques
  • Track 4-3Sequel of radiation on oral tissue
  • Track 4-4Biopsy and bacteriology
  • Track 4-5Oral hygiene
  • Track 4-6Fissure sealants
  • Track 4-7Diet and plaque control
  • Track 4-8Prevention of periodontal diseases
  • Track 4-9Impact of tobacco use in oral cavity

Oral microbiology is the study of microorganisms that interacts with the oral cavity. The different types of oral bacteria are fusospirochetes, veillonella, actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans and lactobacillus. Oral pathology is a core subject that deals with the scientific study of the causes and effects of oral diseases which is essential for the development of rational treatment and preventive programmes. The modern technique serves as a basic foundation to attain sound knowledge in oral microbial community. There is a great need to develop vaccines against oral pathogens which helps in reducing risk of transmitting the infections.


  • Track 5-1Developmental disturbances of oral cavity
  • Track 5-2Salivary gland tumors and diseases
  • Track 5-3Oral aspects of metabolic disorder
  • Track 5-4Vaccination against oral infections
  • Track 5-5Vesiculobullous diseases
  • Track 5-6Benign nonodontogenic tumors

Gerodontology is the study of the dentition and dental problems in older patients which involves the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of dental injuries, diseases or defects. The physiologic, pathologic and psychological changes in geriatric patients effect the dental treatment. Periodontology deals with the study of supporting structures of teeth and related diseases. The periodontium includes the gingiva, alveolar bone, cementum and periodontal ligament. The discovery of the bacteria which plays an important role in the periodontal diseases and the pathogenesis of periodontitis is a complex and multifactorial topic.

  • Track 6-1Oral disease burden faced by older adults
  • Track 6-2Diabetes and periodontal disease
  • Track 6-3Dementia and denture
  • Track 6-4Geriatric pharmacology: principles and implications for oral health
  • Track 6-5Caries, tooth loss and conventional tooth replacement for oral health
  • Track 6-6Comorbidities that affect dental care for the older patient
  • Track 6-7Mechanical plaque control
  • Track 6-8Identification of periodontal pathogens
  • Track 6-9Plaque induced gingival diseases

Odontology is a branch of dentistry which involves the study of structure and development of teeth. It usually deals with abnormalities of teeth. In the advanced society, the forensic odontology has been gaining a great attention. Forensic odontology is described as the application of dental science to the administration of law for proper handling and examination of dental evidence. This field of science can be used in the age assessment of both living and deceased persons and civil cases involving malpractice and fraud allegations; examination and assessment of bite mark injuries, orofacial injuries following assault or trauma and child abuse injuries.


  • Track 7-1Age estimation and dental methodology
  • Track 7-2Cheiloscopy and palatoscopy
  • Track 7-3Development of dentition
  • Track 7-4Dental age estimation
  • Track 7-5Dental neglect in childhood

It is a branch of dentistry that deals with design, manufacture and fitting of artificial replacements for teeth and other parts of mouth. Maxillofacial prosthodontics treat patients with congenital defects of head and neck region caused due to cancer, surgery or birth defects. Prosthodontics plays an important role in designing and detailing each step of a dental restoration and also performs screening tests for oral cancer and TMD (temporomandibular joint disorder).


  • Track 8-1Complete denture insertion
  • Track 8-2Lab procedures prior to insertion
  • Track 8-3Computed tomography
  • Track 8-4Dental radiography
  • Track 8-5Removable partial denture design
  • Track 8-6Denture base and teeth

Orthodontics is a field of dentistry that deals with the identification, prevention and correction of malposition teeth and jaws. Risk of malocclusion assessment is a tool used to evaluate malocclusion problems in growing children. The lasers have become an indispensable clinical tool in orthodontic field. The advanced computer technologies have changed the face of orthodontic practice by performing prescribed mathematical and logical operations at high speed and display the results instantly.


  • Track 9-1The rationale for orthodontic treatment
  • Track 9-2Root and filling materials
  • Track 9-3Interceptive orthodontics
  • Track 9-4External root resorption and orthodontic treatment
  • Track 9-5Orthodontics and temporomandibular joint disorders

Endodontic is a branch of dentistry that deals with study of aetiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries of dental pulp. The applications of Endodontics have immensely improved the quality of dental treatment. Endodontic treatment mostly involves the removal of pathological pulp, disinfect the contaminated root canals and then obturate to prevent re-infection. It plays a crucial role in preventing adverse signs and symptoms and it promotes the healing and repair of the surrounding periradicular tissues. Hypnodontics help patient to eliminate dental anxiety and panic. It plays a crucial role in pain control and improvement of oral hygiene habits.


  • Track 10-1Rhinosinusitis and endodontic disease
  • Track 10-2Pharmacologic management of endodontic pain
  • Track 10-3Endodontic microbiology
  • Track 10-4Biofilm in endodontics
  • Track 10-5Teledentistry in endodontics
  • Track 10-6Hypnosis and dental phobias
  • Track 10-7Hypnodontic procedures

Dental instruments are the utensils used to examine, manipulate, treat, restore and remove teeth and surrounding oral structures. Some of the tools are dental hand pieces, lasers, mirror, saliva ejector and probes. For good surgical outcome, the dentist must be aware of the purpose and applications of the dental tools. The common dental marketing challenges include increasing competition, oversupply of dentists and more marketing-savvy patients. Long-term communication with patients has shown significant increase in revenue.

  • Track 11-1Denture base resins
  • Track 11-2Gypsum products
  • Track 11-3Impression materials
  • Track 11-4Base metal alloys
  • Track 11-5Dental implant models
  • Track 11-6Co marketing efforts
  • Track 11-7Implant marketing for the surgical specialist
  • Track 11-8Dental marketing ideas to grow your practice

The aim of dentistry is to develop oral, dental and craniofacial health through research, research training and the dissemination of the health information. The dental research mainly deals with the health promotion, risk assessment, disease prevention and predictable clinical outcomes. In this advanced dental technology, the use of robotics has gained a great attention. Robotic surgeries were introduced in the dental field to increase precision, quality and safety of various procedures.

  • Track 12-1Global perspectives in oral health care
  • Track 12-2Future trends in oral health and diseases
  • Track 12-3DNA vaccines show promise in preventing dental caries
  • Track 12-4Current concepts in dental hygiene
  • Track 12-5Lasers in dentistry
  • Track 12-6Minimal intervention dentistry
  • Track 12-7Advancements in dentistry
  • Track 12-8High-Tech X-ray
  • Track 12-9Robotic and digital dentistry
  • Track 12-10Basic injection techniques

The role of dental nurses is to support the dentist in every aspect of patient care. The dental nurses help the dentist in getting the appropriate instruments ready, mixing materials for dental procedures and ensuring patient comfort. Additionally they also help in paper work, payment procedures and making appointment. Some of the dental licentiate takes an active role in the dental prophylaxis, cavity preparation and fillings of the primary/permanent teeth, extraction under local anaesthesia and drainage of abscess.


  • Track 13-1Promoting oral health
  • Track 13-2Management of a wounded and bleeding casuality
  • Track 13-3Cavity restoration with fillings
  • Track 13-4Dental public health
  • Track 13-5Management of minor injuries