Scientific Program

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 26th Global Dentists and Pediatric Dentistry Annual Meeting London, UK.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Raghad Nabeel AL Azzawi

Academic Specialized Dental Center, Jordan

Keynote: Difficult cases and their clinical solution
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Raghad Nabeel AL Azzawi  graduated from college of Dentistry University of Baghdad and finish the rotation in ministry of health in Jordan and then she worked at Academic Specialized Dental Center as a dentist, she have a very good knowledge in dentistry, diagnosis and treatment plan treated many of restorative, orthodontic, periodontics, endodontic, pediatric and surgical cases. She have a good experience in computer guided Implantology x-ray program like; solid model and cone beam CT scan, besides assisting in the surgical part of implantology and follow up. She attend many conferences and many courses in laminate veneer, crown preparation, course hands on advanced endodontic management of endodontic errors and occlusion & treatment of complicated prosthetic cases.


I believe that an orthodontist is not only a specialist dentist; he must have knowledge and interesting in art as dentistry is not about teeth treatment but also aesthetic of the face to be a successful orthodontist because science has no end. In some clinical cases in our daily practice we might face bone deficiency to replace missing teeth with dental implants instead of doing second surgery and bone augmentation. We can be more conservative depending on orthodontic means such as extrusion of hopeless teeth in other cases we can use mini implants to adjust complicated orthodontic cases and surgical cases such as skeletal open bite or interocclusal space deficiency. This lecture for implantology’s, orthodontist & general practitioner. In this lecture I will talk about clinical cases to show the interrelation between ortho, implant & aesthetic dentistry & aesthetic medicine (Botox & Filler) solving clinical cases with no surgery. It`s for specialist dentist & general practitioner.


Cases in the lecture

  1. Will cover extrusion of hopeless anterior centrals to correct bone level before replacing them with dental implant instead of bone augmentation.
  2. 2 Cases using the immediate strategic implant in ortho treatment having the result in 72 hours instead of 2 years.
  3. To gain more interocclussal space by intrusion of opposite posterior teeth.
  4. Case to correct skeletal open bite by using mini implant instead of orthognathic surgery.
  5. Case using mini implant to align tilted teeth to provide space for implant or bridge.
  6. Some cases about gum smile treatment by mini implant & Botox beside some cases about aesthetic dentistry.


Keynote Forum

Bikash Desar

Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Nepal

Keynote: Squamous cell carcinoma of tongue: Surgical approach at Patan Hospital, Nepal
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Bikash Desar working as an Assistant Professor in the Dental Department at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Patan Hospital. He completed Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS), from Universal College of Medical Sciences, Bhairawa in 2006, affiliated to Tribhuvan University, in 2006. Then he started working as Dental Surgeon at the same college being in-charge of department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery till 2010 January 10. After gaining experience for four years as Dental Surgeon he went for post-graduation in Ukraine at Crimea Medical University, named after S.I Grievosky. He completed post-graduation studies in 2013 February. Then after he joined Kantipur Dental College Teaching Hospital and Research Center as Lecturer at the department of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, where he taught BDS students and guided post-graduation students of various departments,(orthodontics, oral and maxillofacial pathology, community dentistry, prosthodontics). At the same time, he did more than 40,000 minor surgeries and more than 3,500 major surgeries under local and general anesthesia. Working for five years two months and twenty days he got selected as Assistant Professor at Patan Academy of Health Sciences, Patan Hospital, also appointed as Chief of Department. He has been working as Editorial Board Member for many international scientific journals since 2016. His eight Research Scientific journals have been published on International Journals.


In 2018, it is estimated that about 51, 540 new cases of oral cavity and pharyngeal cancer will develop, which represent approximately 3-5% of all cancers in the United States. During the same time period it is estimated that there will be approximately 10, 030 deaths. Incidence rates are more than twice as high in men as in women (Male cases-37,160 & Female cases–14,380). From 2006 to 2010 incidence rates remained stable in men and have decreased by 0.9% per year in women. Oral tongue cancer requires a multidisciplinary approach to treat it that includes a surgical oncologist, a medical oncologist, a radiation oncologist, speech therapists and physical rehabilitation as well as emotional support through the help of psychologists or social workers. In this review paper we will discuss current management of this complex tumor.


Keynote Forum

John Mew

Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania

Keynote: An introduction to Biobloc Orthotropics
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John Mew graduated in dentistry at University College London, and then trained in Orthognathic surgery.  Seeking alternatives to facial surgery he moved to the speciality of orthodontics in 1965.  Since then he has been developing non-surgical methods of correcting unattractive vertical growth in children’s faces, using ‘orthotropics’ to encourage horizontal growth. A practising clinician, his principal research interests are the aetiology of malocclusion and the guidance of facial growth. Currently he is a retired professor of the London School of Facial Orthotropics and Visiting Professor to the Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Romania. He was honoured with life membership of the British Dental Association in 1999.


The Biobloc Appliances are unique in encouraging forward growth of the face and aiming to create a subconscious closed mouth posture rather than move teeth. They are most effective at 6 to 8 years of age after which their effectiveness reduces until 25. However, some improvement can be achieved after that especially for Ear joint problems and sleep Apnoea. There are four stages, stage1 which widens the maxillary bone at 1mm per week gently softening the adjacent sutures at all ages allowing them to re-ossify in a wider forward position. At the same time, it lengthens the dental arch together with its supporting bone while allowing the tongue to maintain contact with the palate. The shelves on each side occlude with and widen the lower arch.














The stage2 retains the expansion during eating and active sports. The locks on the stage3 are adjusted to be uncomfortable if the child drops their jaw. Stage4 is used during the deciduous changeover and is the same as the stage3 but clasped on different teeth. The stage3 and 4 need to be worn 20 hours a day. There are various axillaries to train posture without the need for exercises.

Dentists 2020 International Conference Keynote Speaker Najat A Rabbo J S Alyafei photo

Najat Alyafei is the Head of Oral Public Health Services of the Primary Healthcare Corporation, a deputy member of the National Oral Health Committee (NOHC) and the lead of School Oral Health Program tagged Asnani (My Teeth) in Qatar. Coming soon implementing National Adult Screening Project. In addition, she is the first and only Qatari senior hygienist worked for Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) 1992-2016. She has a Bachelor of Health Care Science degree in Dental Hygiene from King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and Master of Science degree in Education from Old Dominion University, Virginia, USA. Currently, she is a PhD candidate at Health Care science (implementation program), Bangor University, United Kingdom.



Qatar takes great pride in actively promoting equal opportunities for people with disabilities. The number of individuals with disabilities in Qatar makes up less than 0.50% of the total population. Government of Qatar mandates rights to education, medical and social care, rehabilitation, transportation and employment to persons with disabilities in unison with Qatar National Vision 2030. The launch of the ‘Doha Declaration’ at the closing ceremony of the Doha International Conference on Disability and Development (DICDD), December 7-8, 2019, underscores Qatar’s commitment to promoting policies that will ensure persons with disabilities are provided with opportunities for involvement, engagement and contribution in their communities. Doha declaration would be an international reference point for world governments to integrate the rights of persons with disabilities into their national development plans. In pursuance to improve the oral health of the children with disabilities an oral health program was conducted in 7 Government and 1 private school in Qatar. It was integrated into ongoing Asnani School Oral Health Program. A team of Dental Hygienists and Dental assistants visited the schools and provided dental screening services with preventive fluoride varnish application to all the consenting students. Special oral health education sessions were conducted to deliver lectures to these students tailored to their type of disability. This program also marked the launch of oral health education messages in braille and sign language for the first time in Qatar. Acknowledging the role of families in the wellbeing of persons with disabilities, we conducted a research to assess the knowledge, attitude, behavior and perceived barriers of parents of the students with disabilities. Based on the results of this research, a comprehensive oral health education program was planned for the parents to empower them to acquire accurate knowledge and educated them about means to overcome the challenges they face. Caries prevalence was 64% among the students examined. Many of the parents were unaware of the presence of fluoride in the tooth paste and its role in preventing caries. The most commonly perceived barrier was lack of awareness about the availability of Periodontists /special needs dentist to treat their children and the places where they could receive the dental care

Keynote Forum

Abdulhakim Alyafei

Al Wakra Hospital, Qatar

Keynote: Pediatric and orthodontic interface
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Abdulhakim Alyafei has graduated BDD at Damascus University, Syria in 1996, in successding years he completed his Postgraduate Diploma in Dental Surgery in 2005; Master Dental Surgery-Pediatric Dentistry in 2007; Advance Diploma in Pediatric Dentistry in 2008 at University of Hong Kong. He is a member of The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and a member of The Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons in Pediatric Dentistry. He also gained his Fellowship in Dental Surgery in The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh England. He has 20 years of experience in dentistry with excellent patient’s feedback and exceptional treatment and procedure result. He established new dental department which is running all dentistry specialty with advance laboratory and advance dental radiology. He is currently a Senior Consultant Pedodontist and Special Needs Dentistry; Acting Head of Dental OPD Clinic in Al Wakra Hospital, State of Qatar.


Skeletal and dental arch anomalies which need early intervention among children usually are detected by pediatric dentist or general practitioner. Therefore, they have to be familiar with case specification to help for writing correct referral and parent’s communication. Skeletal and dental arch anomalies require intervention at an early age, which help in avoiding later surgical procedure and it improves the function of the oral cavity and the facial profile. Etiology whether inherited or habits and could be airways obstruction. Those facts create different types of malocclusion. The presentation would demonstrate cases and their treatment plans, supported with updated literature reviews. The following points will be provided; Diagnosis of dental arch anomaly among children; Proper time for intervention; Prevention the complication of arch anomaly; Distinguish between the early need intervention and normal time for orthodontic treatment and different procedures for early orthodontic treatment.