Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 7th Global Dentists and Pediatric Dentistry Annual meeting Valencia, Spain.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Dr.Ivo Krejci

University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Keynote: Laser-assisted minimally invasive pediatric dentistry

Time : 09:00-09:25

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Biography:

Ivo Krejci graduated from University of Basel, Switzerland and received his Dr. Med. Dent. degree in 1986 and his Privatdozent (Switzerland) in 1993 from the University of Zurich, Switzerland. He is a fellow of the Academy of Dental Materials and has a postgraduate specialization diploma of the Swiss Society of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry. He is past president of the Swiss Society of Preventive and Restorative Dentistry, past president of the Academy of Operative Dentistry European Section, past Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Dental Research and member of several associations. He has published over 280 articles and book chapters on restorative concepts, esthetics, posterior composites, tooth colored adhesive inlays, onlays and adhesive slot bridges, light curing, adhesion, glass ionomers, base materials, finishing techniques, compomers and lasers and is the author of three textbooks. He has supervised more than 60 doctoral theses and has lectured on numerous international scientific meetings and continuing education courses. He is currently Ordinary Professor and Chairman of the Division of Cariology and Endodontology, Director of the Department of Preventive Dentistry and Primary Dental Care and President of the Section of Dental Medicine at University of Geneva, Switzerland.rn

Abstract:

Newborn children will live almost hundred years in many countries and they will like to keep their own natural dentition for a lifetime. The challenge of modern dentistry is to cope with this expectation. The lecture will focus on a concept which aims to avoid tooth extractions during the entire life of the patient and within which laser-assisted pediatric dentistry plays a key role.

Keynote Forum

Dr. Fellus patrick

President of the French Society of Pediatric orthodontics

Keynote: From sucking to swallowing deglutition by cortical or subcortical ways

Time : 09:25-09:50

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Biography:

robert university hospital debrernPresident of the French Society of Pediatric orthodonticsrnorthodontist qualified expert author of three booksrnrehabilitation of swallowingrnorthodontics dentitionrndysfunction in dysmorphosis contribution froggymouth

Abstract:

Physiological swallowing and the abandonment of the suction are essential to build a beautiful occlusion.This acquisition occurs spontaneously for 60% of children at age 4 years; sample from which recruits children who will Never need orthodontic treatment.When the child require orthodontic treatment, acquiring a good swallowing will reduce the duration of treatment and ensure the stability of the results. This change in the swallowing program Can be done by cortical or subcortical ways

Keynote Forum

Prof Katarzyna Emerich

Medical University of Gdansk

Keynote: Early Childhood Caries – what do we know and how shell we act ?.

Time : 09:50-10:15

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Biography:

Paediatric Dentist; Head and Clinical Director Depatment of Paediatric Dentistry Medical University of Gdansk, Poland; Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry for the Pomeranian Region; Associate Editor in European Journal of Paediatric Dentistry (IF=0,515), Member of the Editorial Board in 5 other international dental journals and referee in a number of international journals; Member of the National Examination Board for Paediatric Dentistry; Founding member and President of Polish Academy of Paediatric Dentistry; Member of European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry, International Association of Paediatric Dentistry and American Dental Association; author of over 140 published articles;

Abstract:

Early childhood caries (ECC) is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases among young children worldwide. Despite the general global decline in dental caries in the past decades, ECC is still a significant problem in many countries. Well known etiology of ECC may be modified by several factors unique to young children, related to the implantation of cariogenic bacteria, immaturity of the host defense systems, as well as behavioral patterns associated with feeding and oral hygiene in early childhood. rnCaries prevention commencing before and continuing into the early dentate period is necessary. Risk-based disease prevention of ECC requires family engagement, leading to effective day-to-day behavior modification that addresses disease etiology. There are useful risk assessment indicators to identify preschool children at risk for caries. The most effective chemotherapeutic strategies to prevent ECC are currently confirmed as the usage of fluoridated toothpaste and fluoride varnish. Additionally, motivational interviewing, could be effective for motivating oral health behaviors and shows promise for reducing caries. Primary care physicians play an important role in providing access to preventive dental services, particularly for preschool children.rn

Keynote Forum

Byeong-Hoon

Institute of Seoul National University,Korea

Keynote: Effect of pulsed-power plasma on the adhesion of resin composite to dentin.

Time : 10:15-10:40

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Biography:

Professor Byeong-Hoon Cho has completed his DDS from Seoul National University Dental College in 1984 and PhD from Seoul National University in 1993. He is a Professor of the Department of Conservative Dentistry, Seoul National University School of Dentistry, and the director of Dental Life Science Research Institute of Seoul National University Dental Hospital. He has published more than 105 papers in reputed journals and is serving as the Editor-in-Chief of the Restorative Dentistry & Endodontics

Abstract:

This study investigated the effect of a pulsed-power plasma on the adhesion of resin composite to dentin and its durability. A pencil type helium plasma jet was used with pulsed power of 1.2 W at 400 Hz. Dentin adhesion and its durability were compared using a microtensile bond strength (MTBS) test before and after 10,000 cycles of thermocycling (TC), according to the following surface treatments after etching and rinsing: air dry with no plasma (AD); pulsed plasma dry with a pulsed power of 1.2 W (PP); re-wetted after pulsed plasma dry (RW); with wet-bonding (WB). Then, Single Bond 2 and Z-250 resin composite (3M ESPE) were applied according to the manufacturer's instructions. Data were analyzed with repeated-measures ANOVA and post hoc Scheffe test ( = 0.05). The MTBS of AD, PP, RW and WB groups at 24 h were 28.9 (9.5)ab, 61.2 (14.3)d, 58.6 (14.6)cd and 52.2 (16.8)cd, respectively. They were 16.3 (5.8)a, 44.9 (14.3)bc, 57.3 (18.4)cd and 66.9 (13.6)d after TC, respectively. Within the limitation of this study using a total-etch 2-step adhesive, when the dentin surface was dried with pulsed plasma spray after etching and rinsing, the MTBS was similar to that obtained with wet bonding technique. After TC, although the MTBS obtained with pulsed plasma dry decreased significantly, that obtained with rewetting did not decrease. Although pulsed plasma treatment using low applied energy improved the dentin adhesion, the plasma treated surface need to be rewetted for durability.

Keynote Forum

Dr. Randa Shaker

King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center,Saudi Arabia

Keynote: Bleaching Feom A To Z

Time : 10:55-11:20

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Biography:

Consultant – Advanced General Dentistry and Residency Program Director in King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Center

Abstract:

Teeth whitening is a common and effective method for restoringrndiscolored vital teeth. It has been practiced since the ancient time.rnAncient Romans used urine and goat mild in an attempt to whiten theirrnteeth.rnAccording to FDA, whitening restores natural tooth color and bleachingrnwhitens beyond natural color. There are many techniques available,rnteeth bleaching is the most requested in cosmetic dentistry today.