Prof. Dr. Stephen F. Rosenstiel, BDS, MSD
Professor Of Restorative Science And Prosthodontics, The Ohio State University College Of Dentistry, USA
Prof. Rosenstiel B.D.S., M.S.D. is Professor Emeritus of Restorative and Prosthetic Dentistry at The Ohio State University College of Dentistry, where he maintains an intramural prosthodontic practice. He is a 1973 dental graduate of Birmingham University in England and completed his Masters in Prosthodontics at Indiana University in 1977. He taught fixed prosthodontics at the University of Florida and University of London before joining Ohio State in 1985. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, Secretary and Past-President of the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, President of The Carl O Boucher Conference, Past President of the Prosthodontics Group of the International Association for Dental Research, the John F. Johnston Society for Advance Prosthodontics and the Fixed Prosthodontic Section, American Dental Education Association. He is an author of the textbook Contemporary Fixed Prosthodontics, the fifth edition of which was published in 2015. The textbook has sold over 60,000 copies, is used in many dental schools and has been translated into ten languages. He has authored over 180 scientific articles and abstracts, principally on the fracture properties of dental ceramics and dental esthetics.
The Scientific Basis Of Dental Esthetics
Proffitt classifies Dental esthetics as Macro-esthetics: The face in all three planes of space, Mini-esthetics: The smile framework bordered by the lips on smile animation and Micro-esthetics: Tooth proportions in height and width, Gingival shape and contour, Black triangles and Tooth shade. Understanding and managing dental esthetics is an essential part of contemporary dental practice. However, there is little to guide the dentist as to the anterior tooth size, shape and orientation for optimum esthetics. This presentation summarizes recent research into dentists’ and the public’s perception of dental esthetics and provides practical data on optimizing anterior esthetics.
- Know the public perception of dental esthetics and the range of acceptability.
- Know whether dental esthetics differs among different ethnic groups.
Understand how dentists alter dental esthetics when restoring their patients.
Scanning and milling. Three dimensional printing and laser sintering. The way fixed restorations are being fabricated is rapidly changing and provides us with access to exciting new materials. This presentation reviews the available systems and explains how they all work.
- Know the current status of CAD/CAM dentistry.
- Understand how to select systems for your practice.
Prof. Dr. Med. Dent. Habil. Wilhelm Niedermeier, DDS, PhD
Professor Of Prosthetic Dentistry, School Of Dental And Oral Medicine, Cologne University, Germany
Prof. Niedermeier graduated in 1975, he was appointed a Junior Lecturer at the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg in 1976. In 1981 he was the Medical Director and achieved the title Dr. med. dent habil. in 1984. He was offered Chairs at the Universities of Goettingen (1985), Frankfurt (1990) and Cologne (1991). Prof. Niedermeier was appointed University Professor (Vice Chairman) for Prosthetic Dentistry at the University Erlangen- Nuremberg in 1988, then Director of the Department of Prosthetic Dentistry at the University of Cologne in 1991 and Professor at the University of Pittsburgh, PA, USA in 1994. Prof. Niedermeier is the author of 152 Journal articles and 24 articles in textbooks on physiology and pathophysiology of the denture bearing tissues, morphology and function of salivary glands, implantology, clinical material science, denture incompatibility, quality assurance and management. He was nominated in the Scientific Editorial Board of 6 journals and he is a member of 9 national and international scientific societies. He also achieved 12 scientific awards.
Biocompatibility of dental alloys is questioned whenever they are associated with other metals in the same oral cavity. Corrosive electro-chemical reactions caused by different alloys taking place in the presence of saliva lead to dissociation of metal ions resulting in various biological effects. Although all these reasons for a denture incompatibility are known by now, only poor consideration is bestowed upon them. A survey in dental laboratories in Germany revealed that currently more than 3 different alloys are used on average for the production of new dental prostheses leading to considerable electric field strengths. Typical effects of such a “metal-mix” are reactions of hypersensitivity, alterations of the oral tissues as well as dissolution of hard tooth tissues and luting agents emphasizing the significance of electro-chemical reasons for the development of a marginal misfit of fixed dentures or root posts. Moreover, changes of the ecological balance inside the oral cavity resulting from distinct impacts of electric fields on different oral microbes must be discussed whenever diseases and complaints of the oral mucosa or periodontal tissues occur. Therefore, every prosthetic treatment should comply with the repeated postulation to use only one alloy inside the same oral cavity. In this connection, the dentist must always identify the alloys located in the patient’s mouth in order to select an appropriate one for the denture planned. With respect to some static limitations, ceramic or resin materials can be used alternatively.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Albert Mehl, MD
Division of Computerized Restorative Dentistry, Center of Dental Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland
Prof. Albert Mehl graduated in 1989 from the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. He obtained his Master Degree in Physics there before being appointed Assistant Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry, Periodontology and Pediatric Dentistry in 1992. He then moved to a similar position at the Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich before becoming a full Professor in 2002 and a further Academic Doctorate in Human Biology in 2003. Since 2010 Prof. Mehl is Full Professor in the Department of Computerized Restorative Dentistry at the University of Zurich. Prof. Mehl is the Editor in Chief of the International Journal of Computerized Dentistry, and a board member in the Journal of Adhesive Dentistry and the German Dental Journal (Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift). His research activities embrace the physical and mechanical properties of restorative materials with particular emphasis on ceramics and composites.
Actual State And Future Of Digital Dentistry
In the last years a tremendous step forward in CAD/CAM was made and still a lot of new applications are in development. Main aspects have been the improvement of intraoral optical impression systems and the mostly full-automatic calculation and design of functional surfaces of restorations. This knowledge-based description of tooth morphologies, called the biogeneric tooth model, can be used for reconstructing the missing tooth surfaces suitable for the individual situation. The model was already introduced successfully for inlay/onlay and crown reconstructions and has now been extended to larger restorations. Additionally, new procedures to include the dynamic occlusion are possible avoiding interferences during jaw movements. This all together enhances the possibilities and quality in treatment planning and diagnostic issues. This lecture will give an update of actual computerized concepts and their clinical applications and will provide a look into the future and potential of new developments.
Prof. Dr. Omar El-Mowafy, BDS, PhD, FADM
Professor and Head of Restorative Dentistry & Director of the International Dentist Advanced Placement Program, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto, Canada
Dr. Omar El-Mowafy graduated from Cairo University in 1979, then obtained his PhD in 1984 from Manchester University, England. Followed by FADM from the Academy of Dental materials, USA in 1996. Dr. Omar is currently a professor and Head of Restorative Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, University of Toronto since 2012, and the director of International Dentist Advanced Placement Program. He received the Ralph Philips Memorial Award in1992. Dr. Mowafy is a member of the Editorial Board of Operative Dentistry and the International Journal of Prosthodontics, and a reviewer in many other international journals. He is also a member of the Research Ethics Board of the University of Toronto and the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario. Dr. Mowafy published over two hundred research papers, case reports, literature reviews, book reviews and abstracts of research work and he was a speaker in many distinguished congresses.
Full-Mouth Rehabilitation – A Step-By-Step Approach
In the elderly population a number of factors can contribute to excessive tooth wear with subsequent reduction of the VDO. This can have adverse effects on an individual’s ability to chew food, on their facial appearance and on their quality of life. Correction of reduced VDO in dentate individuals is a complex and challenging process that is typically associated with potential risks. This presentation will focus on etiology and contributing factors for loss of the VDO in dentate individuals leading to the need for its correction. Careful diagnosis of potential cases and drawing appropriate treatment plans needs a fair amount of experience and skill to ensure successful and satisfying results. Typically more than one option exists for treatment of such complex cases and the patient must be made aware of all possible treatment options. The process of case presentation using diagnostic wax-ups and extra- and intra-oral images, review of treatment options and obtaining patient consent to proposed treatment are essential elements for success. In this presentation two cases that needed full-mouth rehabilitation due to loss of VDO will be presented and discussed in detail. Diagnosis, treatment options and step-by-step treatment stages will be presented. At the end of this presentation the audience will be able to list the causes of loss of VDO in the elderly dentate individuals, properly diagnose such cases in order to identify predisposing factors and draw treatment options with pros and cons of each. The audience will also become familiar with the treatment stages from correction of the VDO with provisional restorations/appliance to selection of the most appropriate definitive restorations.
Clinical Associate Professor of Restorative Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine, Tufts University Boston, USA
Dr. El-Sherif graduated from Alexandria University College of Dentistry in 1979 and completed a Masters Degree in Restorative Dentistry in 1983. In 1990, he earned a PhD in Fixed Prosthodontics and Dental Materials with joint supervision by Oklahoma University College of Dentistry and Tanta University. He has numerous national and international publications in more than 5 different languages in prosthodontics and restorative and cosmetic dentistry. He has lectured nationally and internationally in Fixed Prosthodontics and Dental Materials. He is an adjunct professor in the Restorative Department at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, the Chairman Emeritus of the American College of Forensic Examiners, President of the 21st Century Dental Study Club, member of the Academy of Operative Dentistry since 1983,Manager of the Tufts Dental Alumni, Executive Board member of the Dental M Club and panel member of New Hampshire Superior Court for medical malpractice.
This presentation will discuss all new technology available today for predictable diagnosis and treatment plan from simple to complicated cosmetic cases for dentate and edentulous cases.
Prof. Dr. Joseph Massad, DDS
Adjunct Professor of Prosthodontics, Tufts University, School of Sental Medicine, USA
Dr. Massad practices privately in Tulsa Oklahoma. He holds faculty positions at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, and the Department of Comprehensive Dentistry, University of Texas Health Science Center Dental School San Antonio Texas, and The Department of Prosthodontics at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis Tennessee and Loma Linda School of Dentistry, Loma Linda California. He has previously held a faculty position at the Oklahoma State University College of Osteopathic Medicine Oklahoma, has been the Past Director of Removable Prosthodontics at the Scottsdale Center for Dentistry in Arizona from 2006 – 2010. Dr. Massad served from 1992-2003 as an associate faculty at the Pankey Institute in Florida. Dr. Massad is a fellow of the American College of Dentists, the International College of Dentists and Fellow/Regent of the International Academy for Dental Facial Esthetics and an Honorary member of the American College of Prosthodontics. He has presented to Schools and Dental professional organizations around the globe over 900 times and is still very active in Dental research. His new textbook will be released June 2017 Entitled Contemporary Applications of the Neutral Zone in Prosthodontics.
This presentation is intended to update the Removable Prosthesis process and demonstrate the relevance in today’s Implant therapy.
- Diagnose & Prognose Realistic Dental Conclusions.
- Make Optimal Physiologically Designed Complete & Immediate Dentures.
- Scan Completed Prosthesis with Patient CT Scan.
- Design Implant Number and Optimal Implant Location.
- Design Prosthetic Attachment, Bar, Stud or Fixed.
- Inform Patient Treatment Options Before Treatment Begins.
Dr. Christian Coachman
Founder of Digital Smile Design Concept
Dr. Christian Coachman graduated in Dental Technology in 1995 and in Dentistry at the University of São Paulo/Brazil in 2002. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy and Society of Esthetic Dentistry and of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED). Moreover, Dr. Coachman attended the Ceramic Specialization Program at the Ceramoart Training Centre, where he also became an instructor. In 2004, Dr. Coachman was invited by Dr. Goldstein, Garber, and Salama, of Team Atlanta, to become Head Ceramist of their laboratory, a position he held for over 4 years. Dr. Coachman worked with many leading dentists around the world as Dr Van Dooren (Belgium), Gurel (Turkey), Fradeani (Italy), Bichacho (Israel), Ricci (Italy) and Calamita (Brazil). He currently works at his family Dental Clinic in Sao Paulo-Brasil. He also works as a consultant for Dental companies and offices developing products and implementing concepts and has lectured and published internationally in the fields of esthetic dentistry, dental photography, oral rehabilitation, dental ceramics and implants. Dr. Coachman is the developer of the Pink Hybrid Implant Restoration technique, and the Digital Smile Design and Virtual Lab Concepts.
Prof. Carina Mehanna Zogheib, DDS, PhD, CESA, DEA
Saint Joseph University, School Of Dental Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon
Prof. Carina graduated from Saint Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon. She obtained her PhD degree in biology and materials of the oral environment and a fellowship in International College of Dentists (ICD). She is the President of the Scientific Committee, Lebanese Dental Association. Prof. Carina is the former head of department and currently director of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry Postgraduate Program at the Saint Joseph University and former President of the Continuing Education Committee in the Lebanese Dental Association. She has national and international publications and is a reviewer and an editorial board member of dental journals.
To Bleach Or Not To Bleach, The Dilemma
Before civilization, and since time immemorial, one universal language has always prevailed, the smile. Therefore, early men knew that teeth were not just a tool for survival but also served esthetic purposes. Ancient Egyptians were infatuated with the concept of eternal beauty and perfection. This propensity for perfection led them to conceive the world’s first system of teeth whitening. This technique was performed using pumice and wine vinegar, combined with chew sticks to clean and scrape the teeth. As civilizations began to prosper, sparkling teeth were a sign of nobility and wealth. Nowadays, esthetics is the aim of every patient and practitioner. Teeth whitening is one of the most requested cosmetic services and its popularity is ever-growing. It is widely used in and out dental clinics, with and without medical surveillance. But is it really safe to whiten teeth? In this lecture, all side effects, risks and limitations of external and internal whitening on different levels are exposed and detailed: Gastric and respiratory mucosa, temporomandibular joint, soft and hard tissues, oral hydration, dental restorations and dental hypersensitivity. Finally, recommendations concerning preventive and curative treatments and possible limitations to whitening techniques are presented in order to keep this procedure a safe one. Having a bright, beautifying, confidence-boosting smile will then be a reality.
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Gazi, BDS, MScD, PhD, FDS RCPS
Former Associate Professor of Periodontics & a Specialist of Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry, UK
Dr Mohamed Gazi was a practicing specialist in the United Kingdom for many years before moving to Hurghada. He was on the British Dental Council Specialist Register in Oral Surgery, Restorative Dentistry and Periodontics. He obtained his basic dental degree in Egypt but also awarded the full license qualification from Manchester, England. He also obtained a Master degree from Wales, Doctorate degree from Glasgow as well as the Fellowship degree from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Dr. Gazi spent many years teaching dentistry for undergraduates and postgraduates in Britain, United States and Saudi Arabia, whilst gaining the status of Associate Professor. He published and lectured widely both nationally and internationally. He also held a number of hospital appointments and had a very successful private practice in Cardiff, Wales for many years before moving to Hurghada.
History Of Dentistry Through The Ages; With Synopsis About Alexandria Dental School
The Egyptian nation was the one in which civilization first took its rise and had its earliest development. From the time of Menas king of Egypt (3892 B.C.), the inhabitants of the Valley of the Nile were well advanced on the path of civilization, in medical science and the art of healing. This is demonstrated in several Papyruses of which Ebers Papyrus and Edwin Smith Papyrus are the most documented. Treatment of dental and gingival maladies were described in the 20 meters long of Ebers Papyrus, which is believed to be dated back 3700 years before the Christian era. In the book “History of Herodotus” that is written 2500 years ago medical specialties were practiced in the land of the Pharaohs. Dental art in ancient Egypt was also very far advanced, both filled and artificial teeth were found in Mummies. In the Renan’s Mission de Phenicie, 1862 the finding of wire-ligated bridges was attributed to the level of civilization of Thebes and Memphis Dentistry have advanced in leaps ever since. In this lecture history of dentistry through the ages will be presented with reference to the role of Egypt in modern dentistry and how the Alexandria Dental School was established by the pioneers of our past.
Dr. Luca Tacchini
Private Practice dedicated to Restorative Dentistry & Prosthesis, Brescia, Italy
Dr. Luca graduated from the University of Brescia, Italy. He continued his postgraduate studies in operative and esthetic dentistry. He is an active member of the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry and a board member of the medical college in Brescia. In 2014, he won the 1st Italian Award and the 1st European Award of Kuraray Photocontest for Best Italian and European clinical case. He was also selected in 2014 among the top 10 Italian under 35 to enter the contest Amici di Brugg Gymnasium, to present an innovative case. Dr. Luca is a postgraduate tutor at the Department of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Brescia. Dr. Luca is an author and co-author about restorative dentistry and fixed prosthodontic in international dental magazines.
Direct And Indirect Restoration: Quality And Time Optimization
The aim of the lecture is to go in depth into the different fields of restorative dentistry, in order to give practical advices to face quietly and successfully the daily practice, without wasting time and simplifying the dental recovery process.
- Diagnosis and Photography: tricks and tips.
- Tools: the best rubber dam, clamps, matrix, composite material, burs, finishing system
- The layering and modelling in the anterior and posterior teeth with the GP Technique, that allows a saving of time up to 50%.
- The execution of the V classes with the BOPT approach: an innovative system to condition the gingival tissues.
- The lifting effect: how to rejuvenate a tooth
- Bleaching: The most effective approaches
- Indirect restorations: conservative solutions for teeth severely compromised.
Dr. Moustafa Darwish El Sawaf BDS, PhD
Senior Consultant In The Department Of Conservative Dentistry In Rheinischen-Friedrich-Wilhelm University, Bonn, Germany
Dr. Moustafa graduated in 1971 from Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt, followed by a diploma in Dental Public Health from the Medical Research Institute in Alexandria. Then he obtained a PhD in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics from the Christian-Albrechts University in Kiel in 1982. Dr. Moustafa was a senior consultant in the department of Conservative Dentistry in Rheinischen-Friedrich-Wilhelm University in Bonn. He also has his private clinic in Bonn, Germany.
Experimental Investigation Of Gingival Discoloration Occurring After Restorative Dentistry
With the increased use of non-precious dental casting alloys as substitutes for semiprecious and precious gold alloys in restorative dentistry an increase of gingival discoloration after crown and bridgework can be observed. It is generally expected, that mainly the effects of corrosion lead to this tissue change. In order to prove this thesis, an investigation was undertaken to show the presence of products of corrosion of different dental materials in discolored gingival tissue. The energy-dispersive X-ray microanalysis on histologic sections of gingival tissue used in this study helps to qualify and quantify different types of metal ions and corrosion products. The different factors determining corrosion especially under clinical conditions are demonstrated and discussed in the light of new research and recent personal studies.
Prof. Dr. Atef Shaker
Professor Of Prosthodontics, Cairo University
Certified CEREC & InLab Trainer
Abstract CAD/CAM… The Truth Behind Virtual Reality CAD/CAM Dentistry has proven to be one of the most successful treatments in dental field. The users of CAD/CAM dentistry are increasing, because it makes restorative & prosthetic dentistry fast, precise, enjoyable and for every dentist. BUT, a lot of roamers are going around CAD/CAM dentistry regarding the outcome of its restorations… Tooth preparation is practiced on everyday dentistry following certain principles stated long time ago… with the new concepts in vision, materials and CAD/CAM software, tooth preparation should be adjusted for the favour of the precious tooth structure & the precision outcome of the final restoration. Thus this Presentation will try to broaden the scope of CAD/CAM thinking… highlighting the secrets behind the success of CAD/CAM restorations.
CAD/CAM… The Truth Behind Virtual Reality
CAD/CAM Dentistry has proven to be one of the most successful treatments in dental field. The users of CAD/CAM dentistry are increasing, because it makes restorative & prosthetic dentistry fast, precise, enjoyable and for every dentist. BUT, a lot of roamers are going around CAD/CAM dentistry regarding the outcome of its restorations…
Tooth preparation is practiced on everyday dentistry following certain principles stated long time ago… with the new concepts in vision, materials and CAD/CAM software, tooth preparation should be adjusted for the favour of the precious tooth structure & the precision outcome of the final restoration. Thus this Presentation will try to broaden the scope of CAD/CAM thinking… highlighting the secrets behind the success of CAD/CAM restorations.
Ass. Prof. Tarek Salah Morsi
Head of Prosthodontics Department, Ain Shams University & British International University (BUE), Cairo, Egypt.Abstract
Longitudinal observations of bonded anterior ceramic restorations reveal an overwhelming success if the basic principles of bonding and minimal invasive procedure for the preservation of enamel are followed. In addition, new high strength all ceramic systems for fixed partial dentures have been developed in response to patient demand for tooth-colored and metal free restorations. Dental materials continue to evolve and improve in many areas. Zirconia restorative materials are one of the fastest evolving ceramic materials currently in dentistry. There are a few very common questions asked by practitioners regarding the cementation and adhesion process of zirconia ceramic restorations. This particularly applies to the Minimal invasive procedures with CAD/CAM zirconia restorations. This lecture will focus on the recent advances of zirconia materials and their applications in minimally invasive prosthetic procedures with innovative restoration designs, with emphasis on the recommended bonding protocols for such restorations.)
Ass. Prof. Mona Ghoneim
Associate Professor of Restorative Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt.
Visiting Associate Professor in the Operative & Esthetic Dentistry Department: Beirut Arab University, Lebanon since 2007 till now. Member of AACD; IADR; AADR. Official scientific speaker & opinion leader for Kerr, USA/ Switzerland; 3M ESPE, Dental products, St Paul, MN, USA & Dentsply/DeTrey Germany in the Middle East.
Dr. Mohamed El Sayed Hassanien, DDS, MDS, PhD
- Masters of Science Fixed Prosthodontics department, Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University 2008
- PhD degree Fixed Prosthodontics department, Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University 2011
- ISCD Certified Cerec trainer since 2010
- Sirona Certified for Lab training and Cerec Connect beta tester
Tooth Preparation For Every Clinical Situation Workshop
Dr. Mahmood Ezzat
DSD Middle East Manager
Dr. Mahmoud Ezzat received his BDS degree from the Faculty of Dental Medicine at Ain Shams University in Cairo, Egypt in 2002. He then attended a four year training program by the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and received their membership degree in General Dental Surgery (MGDS RCSEd) in 2008. He then participated in the Membership in Restorative Dentistry (MRD) specialty training program supervised by the Royal College at Misr University, for his remarkable performance he was invited to become an instructor at this same program. In 2011 he was appointed Deputy MRD course director at Future University in Egypt for their postgraduate specialty program. He is the founder of the Diploma in Implant Dentistry training program awarded by the Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh. In 2013 he attained a Fellowship degree in Laser dentistry from the University of Genova Italy and has been lecturing on the subject ever since. In 2005 he attended several International DSD World Tours and was accredited First DSD Master in Egypt. He keeps a full time private practice in Cairo specializing in Esthetic and Implant dentistry since 2002.
Dr. Mohamed Abdallah
Esthetic Dentistry Specialist, Private Practice, Alexandria, Egypt
Dr Abdallah graduated in 1988 from Alexandria Egypt. He completed his residency in restorative dentistry department, Alexandria University. He followed many courses of continuing education training in Egypt and Germany. He maintains his practice limited to esthetics/restorative and implant dentistry in Alexandria Egypt since 1993. He is a fellow of the International College of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). Dr abdallah is co-founder and board member of Alexandria Oral Implantology Association (AOIA). He is member of tutorial team of the AOIA providing training and lecturing in the AOIA continuing education courses. He is a key opinion leader for esthetic dentistry, also he is the country chairman Egypt to the European society of cosmetic dentistry ESCD. He lectures nationally and internationally in esthetic dentistry with passion in composites and smile rehabilitation. Also since 2009 he is a member of the jury panel for the Esthetic dentistry MENA awards Dubai UAE.
Temporisation of dental implants
The provisional restoration phase is a crucial step in implant treatment both in cases of immediate fresh extraction sockets or in delayed implantation with non- occlusal loading or with cases of full occlusal loading. The lecture will discuss how to use the temporary restoration to help socket coverage in immediate cases as well as how you use it to grab extra tissues for better esthetic results. Composite resin of different types are one of the handy materials that helps for better results.
Dr. Rami Chayah, DMD
Private Practice Focused on Esthetic Dentistry, Beirut, Lebanon
Dr. Rami graduated from Minsk Medical University in 2004 and from that time he focused on the filed of Cosmetic Dentistry through courses and workshops in Dubai and USA. Dr. Rami is the President and Founder of INsight Dentistry Study Club and he is the x Middle East trainer and Speaker for Inman Aligner training LTD, London. He is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Lebanese Dental Association and the Orange County Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.
Progressive Smile Makeover Concept
The future of dentistry is shifting towards less intervention in all the sub fields of dentistry being surgery, Implantology, orthodontics, endodontics or restorative. That does not mean we will quit doing teeth preparations or extractions. But the less aggressive, short treatment protocols and solutions will replace the more complicated time consuming ones. That will be treatment solutions for cases it would have needed longer and more aggressive clinical techniques 10 years ago. Yet the quality of the treatment results should not become compromised. That is why case indication for any suggested treatment plan must be medically and ethically justified as there is no "one size fits all "in dentistry as in everything else in life. There has been an endless debate among general dentists and orthodontists whether crooked teeth preparations for instant veneers is an aggressive practice. In this presentation, we will introduce the progressive smile makeover concept explaining the ABR technique, align, bleach and restore technique. The Progressive Smile makeover concept came after 12 years of hard work in smile assessments. The ABR technique is based on aligning the teeth first before any restorative consideration whether that been ceramics or composites keeping the minimal invasive approach in mind.
Key points to be discussed in my Presentation:. Smile assessment using Keynote (pink & white), Treatment planning Ortho, restorative, periodontics or Surgery, Alignment for General Practitioner (removable Inman Aligner VS Clear aligners), Bleaching as part of the Progressive Smile Makeover Concept (PSMC), Restoration (Edge Bonding VS Veneers) when to do what in the minimal invasive world, Cases, examples, step by step full protocol will be presented with HD photography.
Dr. Ahmed Abd El Fattah El Zohairy
Associate Professor, Department of Conservative Dentistry, Cairo UniversityAbstract
The Era of Adhesion; Does it influence our choices?
Every day practice required fare knowledge about bonded restorations. The innovations in adhesive systems, composite resins and glass fibers have made it possible to treat difficult cases more conservative than before. Our treatment planning have been changed and influenced by the power of adhesion. Old concepts for preparation and restoration application have been greatly modified.
Prof. Shohei Kasugai, DDS, PhD
Professor And Chair Of Oral Implantology And Regenerative Dental Medicine, Tokyo Medical And Dental University
Prof. Kasugai graduated from Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) in 1979 and he was awarded PhD in TMDU in 1983. He was working in Department of Pharmacology in TMDU as assistant and associate professors from 1983 to 1999. He was also a post-doctoral fellow in MRC Group in Periodontal Physiology, University of Toronto from 1989 to 1991. In TMDU he became a professor of Masticatory Function Control in 2000 and a director of Dental Implant Clinic in 2001. In 2004 he became a professor and chair of Oral Implantology and Regenerative Dental Medicine in TMDU. During his academic carriers his interests were always bone and periodontal tissues. He is currently focusing his research on bone and soft tissue regeneration.
New direction of bone regeneration
Oral rehabilitation with dental implant treatment is predictable, making highly functional and esthetical recoveries possible. However, this modality is difficult when bone is not sufficient at the implant installation site. It is also obvious that certain amount of bone and soft tissues is prerequisite around the implant for functional and esthetic outcomes with long-term good prognosis. Thus, bone augmentation is frequently required in our daily practice.
Interestingly, bone augmentation technique without any graft material in maxillary sinus has been reported. We experienced neither complication nor implant loss in this graft-less maxillary sinus augmentation technique.
We and others have reported that gradual elevation of periostium can produce bone over the basal bone in animal experiments. Furthermore, we have evolved this idea and developed “Expansible Guided Bone Regeneration (E-GBR)”, in which the space for bone regeneration under the barrier membrane increases gradually. In E-GBR, extensive bone is formed in the space under the barrier membrane.
Graft-less sinus augmentation and E-GBR clearly indicate that “respecting endogenous key players and providing space” are an important concept for bone augmentation. Instead of applying some key players exogenously, our strategy can solve all the problems, which the current tissue engineering strategies encounter.
Dr. Dr. Angelo Troedhan, MD, DMD, PhD
Craniomaxillofacial Surgery Specialist, Vienna, Austria
Dr. Angelo Troedhan graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in 1988 followed by a degree in Dental Sciences in 1994. He is a specialist in Craniomaxillofacial Surgery with focus on traumatology, reconstruction and cosmetic surgery. As a leading scientist in ultrasonic surgery, dental implantology, bone augmentation and maxillofacial surgery he is a permanent invited speaker, lecturer and teaching surgeon at universities worldwide, international congresses and workshops throughout the world. Dr. Angelo is currently a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Health Sciences, Laos. He is the author of more than 50 scientific articles published in scientific top journals. As a founder of the TKW research group, he developed ultrasonic-surgical devices and surgical protocols as well as implant systems. He is currently the chairman of the International Academy of Ultrasonic Surgery and Implantology and is Co-Editor of the “International Journal of Oral and Craniofacial Science” (IJOCS) and "International Journal of Surgery and Surgical Procedures" (IJSSP).
Knowledge Based Biological Key Factors For Success In Dental Implantology And Guided Bone Regeneration Set New Surgical Standards: The Merits Of The New Key‐ Technologies Piezotome‐Surgery, Biomaterials And Aprf
Bone healing, osseointegration of dental implants and biomaterials and guided bone‐ regeneration follow the same biological principle: after “natural” or iatrogenic lesion of alveolar bone the first step in successful healing and osseointegration of dental implants and biomaterials is a sufficient immobilization to enable vascularization as general base of any healing and to enable the periosteum ‐ which is the sole carrier of bone healing – to restore bone and osseointegrate dental implants and biomaterials. Piezotome‐surgery is now proven to induce soft‐tissue‐ and bone‐healing by transducing ultrasonic waves to alveolar bone already with the preparation of mucoperiostal flaps and osteotomies for implant‐insertion or bone‐augmentation. New self‐hardening biomaterials combined with Platelet Rich Fibrin amplify this Piezotome‐effect by further enhancement of vascularization and delivery of autogenous bone‐morphing‐proteins. These newly defined gold‐standards provide less invasive surgeries and significantly less patient morbidity and complications‐rates as recent studies suggest. The lecture gives an overview over the most recent results of experimental and clinical studies performed by the lecturer and related researchers, featuring Piezotome‐surgery, new biomaterials and the use of Choukroun ́s aPRF and iPRF‐technology and easy‐to‐obtain clinical parameters to enhance and determine the long‐term‐prognosis of dental implants with case demonstrations.
Dr. Frédéric Joachim, DDS, MSc
Periodontologist – Implantologist, Private Practice, France
Dr. Frédéric Joachim got his D.D.S. degree from the University of Lille (France) in 1984 and a M.Sc. degree in Peridodontology at the Eastman Dental Hospital (University of London, U.K.) in 1989. When he came back to Lille (1989), he opened a private practice limited to periodontology and implant surgery. The main field and reputation of his practice is the treatment of severe periodontal diseases associated with implant therapies when needed. He is still active in clinical research. Dr Joachim has published several chapters in French and international books and also many papers in French and in English. He enjoys to share his experience with colleagues during lectures about these subjects, in France or in foreign countries.
Digital Implant Dentistry : Imaging, Planning, Placement And Restoration
Recent developments in digital technology are rapidly changing the way we approach patients to be treated with dental implant dentistry. It is therefore imperative that the implant treatment team have common knowledge and goals in order to achieve optimal patient care and treatment success. Nowadays, digital implant dentistry starts with treatment planning implant (CBCT & surgery software) and implant guide surgery. Following the guided placement protocol, the restorative dentistry is undertaken with an intra-oral scan system (optical impressions) followed by CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufactory) technology to design prothesis without model. Routine digital implant dentistry flow is becoming inescapable to incorporate new trends into your daily practice and to improve quality of your dental implant treatment.
The aim of this clinical lecture is to:
1 - Show digital flow in our daily practice
2 - Understand the workflow of the different links in the digital impant dentistry chain
3 - Identify the benefits of digital implant dentistry for your practice
4 - Understand the workflow between the dental office and lab when taking digital impression
Dr. Mohamed A. Maksoud, DMD
Department Of Oral Medicine, Infection And Immunity, Harvard School Of Dental Medicine
Dr. Maksoud is a graduate of Alexandria University and Tufts University. He achieved his DMD from Harvard University, School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Maksoud is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Tufts University and in the Department of Oral Medicine, Infection and Immunity at Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He also obtained the Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology and ICOI.
Controversies In Maxillary Sinus Augmentation, Opposing Views From The Experts
Dr. Mohamed A. Maksoud & Dr. Kevin A. Guze
Maxillary sinus augmentation is becoming a predictable procedure in all dental implantology practices. Although the procedure has been introduced years ago there has not been major modification in the approach however a change in the bone graft material used. In this presentation the speakers Maksoud and Guze will be on the podium presenting at the same time opposing views from their clinical and research prospective on the traditional and the new techniques where bone graft is needed in addition to the revolutionary cell bio-printing.
Dr. Tony Daher, DDS, MSEd, FACP, FICD
Associate Professor Of Prosthodontics, Loma Linda University
Dr. Tony Daher began practicing dentistry in California in 1982 and earned in 1984 a Master’s of Science degree in Medical Education from the University of Southern California (USC). Dr. Daher received a postgraduate certificate in Prosthodontics in 1988 from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). He is the past clinic director for the international student program at U.S.C. in 1991; and past director of the Graduate Prosthodontic Program in Loma Linda University. Dr. Daher is currently an Associate Professor of Prosthodontics in the Center for Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry at Loma Linda University (LLU) and a lecturer with the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) with the advanced Prosthodontics Program. He has written many scientific and clinical articles, and has lectured nationally and internationally on the subject of Prosthodontics. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics, a Fellow in the American College of Prosthodontists, a Fellow in the International college of dentists and an active member in numerous organizations.
Improving The Esthetics Of Removable Partial Dentures: Practical Tips
With the use of slides, and videos, this presentation will review the RPD design and treatment principles, will focus on evidence-based procedures in fabricating RPDs using attachments and dental implants and will present a systematic approach to solve esthetic and functional problems through the coordination of fixed and removable prosthodontics.
- How do aesthetics play a role in the design of an RPD?
- What is the simplest way to design an RPD?
- What type of attachments or implants can we use?
- How do we incorporate RPD features and attachments in crowns used as RPD abutments?
Dr. Takanori Suzuki, DDS, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor Of Periodontology And Implant Dentistry, New York University, College Of Dentistry, USA
Dr. Suzuki graduated in 2000 from the Nippon Dental University, Tokyo, Japan. He obtained his PhD in Operative Dentistry there, followed by a fellowship in Implantology from the Japan Institute for Advanced Dentistry. In 2008 Dr. Suzuki started his residency in New York University, College of Dentistry where he obtained a certificate in Comprehensive Dentistry and a clinical fellowship in Implantology. Dr. Suzuki is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor at the NYUCD. His research activities embrace both periodontology and advanced Implantology.
Dental Implant Complications – Prevention And Solutions
Dental implants are an option for replacing missing teeth for the reconstruction of function, phonetic and aesthetics with high success rate. However, there are a myriad of surgical, biological and biomechanical complications associated with surgical implant placement and restorative treatment. To enhance success and minimize dental implant complications, it is essential to know the types of complications that have been published in the dental literature and understand the causes of each complication. This presentation will identify the most common surgical, biological and biomechanical complications and discuss the optimal method of minimizing or preventing their occurrence.
Dr. Kevin A. Guze, DMD, DMSc
Department Of Oral Medicine, Infection And Immunity, Harvard School Of Dental Medicine
Controversies In Maxillary Sinus Augmentation, Opposing Views From The Experts
Dr. Mohamed A. Maksoud & Dr. Kevin A. Guze
Maxillary sinus augmentation is becoming a predictable procedure in all dental implantology practices. Although the procedure has been introduced years ago there has not been major modification in the approach however a change in the bone graft material used. In this presentation the speakers Maksoud and Guze will be on the podium presenting at the same time opposing views from their clinical and research prospective on the traditional and the new techniques where bone graft is needed in addition to the revolutionary cell bio-printing.
Dr. Vahik Paul Meserkhani, DDS, MSD, FAAI
Prosthodontist & Implantologist, California
Dr. Vahik Paul Meserkhani began practicing dentistry in California in 1991. He has lectured extensively on the subject of Prosthodontics and Implant dentistry both nationally and internationally. He received his implant surgical fellowship from Loma Linda University in 2003 followed by a certificate in Prosthodontics and MSD degree in Prosthodontics. He had numerous publications about Prosthodontics and implant related subjects as well as a recent study at the Loma Linda University about the accuracy of stereolithographic models. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Implantology, Fellow of the American Academy of Implant Dentistry, and Board eligible by the American College of Prosthodontics.
How To Avoid And How To Manage Complications In Implant Dentistry: Practical Prosthodontic Pearls For Your Daily Practice
Tony Daher, DDS, MSEd, FACP, FICD. And Vahik Paul Meserkhani, DDS, MSD, FAAID
Many complications related to implant prosthodontics are described in the dental literature. Some of these complications will be described and a systematic approach will be presented how to avoid and manage them. Prosthodontists are faced everyday with the “growing problem” of implant complications due to the increase of treatment of patients with dental implants. Prosthodontists are asked to help solve the clinical situations where implants are misaligned or when mechanical complications are present such as screw loosening/fracture, implant fractures, framework, resin base and veneering material fractures, opposing prosthesis fractures, and overdenture mechanical retention problems. Using many clinical situations examples, the presentation will identify the most common implant complications and will focus on many practical clinical pearls, “Take-Home Tips”, serving as helpful reminders on how to prevent these complications from occurring. Moreover the management of these complications will be described in depth in an attempt to provide guidance and direction to the clinician when he or she experiences any of these problems.
As someone said “Good judgment comes from experience, and experience comes from bad judgment”.
Prof. Dr. Hesham Abdelhakam
Prof of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Cairo University, EgyptAbstract
New advances in the field
New advances in the field of implant dentistry will be discussed such as:
- Resonance frequency analysis (RFA)
- Piezoelectric surgery
- Sinus augmentation using platelet rich fibrin (PRF)
- All-on -4 concept
- Contemporary treatment for edentulism
- Inferior alveolar nerve relocation
- Computer guided implant planning and placement
- Inferior alveolar nerve bypass
- A,B,C‘s of successful osseointegration
Advanced implant dentistry with special reference to posterior atrophic mandible and maxilla as well as different treatment modalities will be covered
Dr. Abdelsalam Elaskary, BDS
Peroiodontology and Implantology Specialist, Alexandria, Egypt
Dr. Abdelsalam Elaskary is currently maintaining a private practice limited to periodontics, dental implants and oral reconstruction in Alexandria, Egypt. Dr. Elaskary is a visiting lecturer at University of New York. Dr. Elaskary has contributed with two textbooks to the field of dental Implantology, entitled: “Reconstructive Aesthetic Implant Surgery”. As well as “fundamentals of esthetic implant dentistry” published by Wiley –Blackwell. Dr. Elaskary is a society editor for the Implant dentistry journal, the current president of the Arab society of oral Implantology in Cairo and an active member, fellow and the vice president of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI).
Should Cement Retained Implant Supported Restorations Belong To The Past?
Cemented retained natural teeth supported restorations attains a long history of success, that explains the popularity of cement retained implant prostheses due to relative simplicity & ease of fabrication. However, the residual trapped cement around dental implant supported restorations has clinically revealed many drawbacks: an average of 60- 80 % of likelihood that excess cement would show a sign of inflammatory reaction to peri- implant tissues was recorded. The manifestation of the disease can occur as early as 4 months to up 9 years after final prosthetic delivery. As a matter of fact there is no clear reason on why does residual cement induced peri-implantitis develop in some patients and would not develop in others. Some claimed that Residual cement retained induced peri-implantitis might develop as a result of the inhabitation of the continuous flushing of the microorganisms from the peri-implant sulcus. This presentation will highlight the role of excess residual cement around implant-supported restorations, and the management of excessive cement induced peri-implantitis.
Assoc.Prof. Dr. Moustafa Nabil Aboushelib, DDS, MSc, PhD
Dental Biomaterials Dept, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria, Egypt
Obtained Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) from Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University in 1997 with Excellent and Honor grade as rank one of his class. Assigned a permanent teaching position in the department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials as an assistant lecturer (1998). Finished his master degree (MSc) and specialization certificate programs in restorative dentistry, root canal treatment and fixed prosthodontics (2003). PhD degree from University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2004-2007). Professor of biomaterials, dental biomaterials department, faculty of dentistry, Alexandria university.
Smart Materials For Implant And Tissue Engineering
Recent technologies in materials science and engineering allowed designing of composite materials with superior mechanical, physical, and biological properties that far exceed those of pure elements. Beginning at nano-scale level, the building blocks of smart materials are assembled and engineered and its properties are optimized on micro-scopic level. In combination with principles of tissue engineering, restoration of damaged and atrophic tissue is now possible. New composite ceramics are currently available for use as implants, scaffolds for tissue engineering and as prosthetic appliances for damaged tissue. Controlled rate of degradation and ion release are adjusted to accelerate new tissue remodeling.This lecture presents several tracks of smart materials used to managed difficult cases where traditional bone grafting and implant placement are compromised. Nano-porous zirconia scaffolds enriched with hydroxy apatite are custom made using CBCT and CAD/CAM technology and provide a direct method for management of severely atrophic alveolar ridges. Restoration of facial esthetics after trauma and respective surgeries could be similarly achieved using bone replacement therapy using advanced biopolymers. Case presentation will be demonstrated in every presented track.
Dr. Saleh Ahmed Saleh Ahmed
Lecturer of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine, Cairo University, EgyptAbstract
Modified Ridge Splitting And Immediate Implant Placement In Deficient Anterior Maxillary Alveolar Ridge
Our aim was to describe and evaluate a new modification of the classical alveolar bone splitting for the treatment of the narrow ridge in the maxilla using the dream expander of IBS system. Twenty patients aged from 20-50 years who presented with narrow edentulous ridges (2.9-4.7 mm) were treated by ridge-splitting using the dream expander of IBS system and immediate implant placement. IBS® implants were used. Inclusion criteria were: inadequate maxillary buccolingual dimension, 2.9–5 mm of crestal width, and sufficient height from alveolar ridge tip to nasal cavity floor. Cone-beam computed tomography was used preoperatively and postoperatively at 0 week and at 24 weeks to assess the morphology of the ridge and the outcome of the operation. Twenty implants were placed in the 20 patients selected, and none failed. At follow up all the implants functioned well and we saw no sign of gingival recession. All the data were analyzed by Paired t-test for pre/post operative bone width. Difference was considered significant if P value was less than 0.05. Mean value for presplit width was 3.92 ± 0.5 mm while post-split mean width was 5.13 ± 0.1 mm. Mean gain in crest ridge after ridge splitting was 1.22 ± 0.114 mm. Statistical analysis showed significant differences in width before and after operation (P > 0.05). For a narrow edentulous ridge in an aesthetic zone, ridge splitting using the dream expander of IBS system is a reliable technique. This technique provides an acceptable inter-cortical gap, decreases the risk of necrosis of the outer cortex, and provides a firm-wall box for the placement of an implant.
Dr. Mahmoud Shalash, BDS, MSc, PhD
Researcher, Oral Surgery & Medicine Department, National Research Center, Cairo, EgyptAbstract
Decision Making In Implant Dentistry
Dental implants have contributed significantly to the treatment of patients with worn out or lost dentition. With many dentists becoming involved in implant dentistry, clinicians should make every effort to avoid any possible complications, especially when attempting to treat advanced / complex cases. The majority of these complications arise due to failure to properly diagnose and formulate an efficiently planned treatment approach for each individual case. Understanding patient’s specific needs, successfully restoring the function, aesthetics, as well as achieving and maintaining osseointegration, are the main objectives for a sound treatment plan in implant dentistry. This lecture will present three completed cases with variable degrees of difficulty showing in detail the steps of the preoperative planning as well as the surgical and prosthetic aspects of the treatment.
Dr. Ahmed Halim Ayoub, BDS
President Of Egyptian Society Of Oral Implantology, Board Member In London Oral Reconstructive Academy & London Dental Educational ServicesAbstract
Extraction Socket Preservation Using Socket Shield Technique, Is It A Myth Or Reality
Ideally, a method for the prevention of alveolar ridge resorption after extraction should be cost-effective and minimally invasive. Various methods of guided bone regeneration (GBR) have been described to retain the original dimension of the bone after extraction. All these procedures are cost-intensive and technique-sensitive. In contrast, the socket shield technique is cost-effective but still technique-sensitive. Socket shield technique avoids the resorption of the bundle bone by leaving a buccal root segment (socket shield) in place. Conclusion The presented cost-effective but still technique-sensitive socket shield technique avoids the resorption of the bundle bone by leaving a buccal root segment (socket shield) in place.
Dr. Mohamed Mounir, BDS, MSc
Private practice, Alexandria, Egypt
Dr. Mohamed Mounir graduated from the Alexandria University School of Dentistry. In order to improve his knowledge in the field of fixed oral rehabilitation and implant therapy, he attended several implant courses, completed his implant training and was accredited by the International Congress of Oral Implantology, New York University, American Academy of Osseointegration and other esteemed national and international programs. In order to understand better concepts of aesthetics, root canal treatment and restorative dentistry he attended multitudinous courses at New York University. In addition he has attended most major lectures and symposiums around the world that have empowered him to forge ahead as both a clinician, and lecturer. In 2006 he received his fellowship degree and in 2008 he was furnished with a Diplomat Degree from the International Congress of Oral Implantology – USA. In 2014 he fulfilled the requirements and finished his MSc in Oral Implantology at Goethe Frankfurt University, Germany.
Pathway from natural dentition to immediate implant placement
Predictable immediate implant placement is a demand for all dental implant practitioners, after fulfilling possible endodontic, restorative and microsurgical approaches to save the natural dentition, thus the preparation for the procedure through treating the present infected root and the osteotomy site, site development and implant positioning is a necessity.
The presentation will go through:
-Decision making, when to utilize more tools and techniques to save a tooth? How to microscopically approach hopeless teeth? When to extract? When to immediately place the implant?
-How to preserve implant site before, after and during extraction procedure to help maintain the site in a state of aesthetic predictability
-Root canal disinfection
-Osteotomy site disinfection and preparation
-Ideal implant positioning, in respect to surrounding tissues and biomechanics
-If the site deters from the ideal, procedures using orthodontics, bone grafting, or soft tissue grafting should be instituted to receive a well-placed implant.
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Prof. Dr. M. Anthony Pogrel, MD, DDS, FRCS, FACS
Professor and Former Chairman, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, School of Dentistry, University of California, San Francisco
Prof. Tony Pogrel received his dental degree in 1967 from Liverpool University in England and his medical degree from Aberdeen University in Scotland in 1974. He then received further general surgery training and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training in Great Britain, Holland and Miami, Florida. In 1979, he was appointed consultant oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Peterborough and Cambridge in England and since 1983, has been on the full-time faculty of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco. He is a former chairman of the department and is currently a professor. Dr. Pogrel holds both medical and dental licenses in California and is board certified in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, the American College of Surgeons, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the International Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, the International and American Associations of Dental Research and the American Society of Maxillofacial Surgeons. Prof. Pogrel has more than 200 publications in the literature on a variety of topics and is a frequent presenter at specialty meetings nationally and internationally.
Tooth Transplantation, Surgical Uprighting, and Re-implantation
This presentation will discuss the indications for tooth transplantation, particularly in the area of dental implants. The surgical technique will be described in detail, and long-term results presented. The commonest teeth to transplant are impacted upper canines and also transplantation of lower third molars into carious first molar sockets. The relationship of this procedure to re-implantation of avulsed teeth will be discussed, and also the concept of uprighting impacted second molar teeth. This seems to be becoming a commoner problem since orthodontists are no longer removing a tooth in each quadrant before performing orthodontics, and this often means that the lower second molars have inadequate space to erupt.
This lecture will discuss a range of implant complications including implants displaced into the maxillary sinus, implants causing damage to the inferior alveolar nerve and its branches, and also the problem of medication-related osteonecrosis in relation to dental implants.
Dr. Claus Neckel
Maxillofacial Surgery Specialist, University Of Würzburg, Germany
Dr. Neckel has attended Dental and Medical School at the University of Würzburg, Germany, where he continued his clinical training in Neurosurgery, ENT and in Maxillofacial Surgery. He is a former Member of the Staff of the Clinic for Maxilloacial Surgery at the University of Würzburg. Dr. Neckel private practice is limited to Maxillofacial Surgery, Periodontics and Implant Surgery. He is a graduate of the Master class in advanced Periodontology and Implantology of the University of California, Los Angeles and has achieved mastership in implant dentistry at the Advanced Center of Excellence (ACE). He is a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Genoa, Italy and a lecturer at the SOLA Academy (Society for Oral Laser Applications). Dr. Neckel has published numerous papers and lectures on national and international base. In 2015, he was the recipient of the Leon Goldman award for clinical excellence of the ALD (Academy of Laser Dentistry).
The Diode Laser In Oral Surgery
Diode lasers were introduced to dentistry in the early 90s of the last century. Due to compact size and reasonable pricing they have become the most popular and most sold laser by far. In comparison to other lasers there are some intrinsic, technical disadvantages that have not been overcome until now. Many companies have improved the efficiency of their lasers using different strategies. The aim of this presentation is to show that diode lasers can be used quite efficiently using modern treatment protocols in oral surgery. We will highlight our strategy for only a few indications to illustrate the use and options of the laser. Video documentation will show the workflow for the different procedures.
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mostafa El-Sabbagh, BDS, MSc, DDSc
Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, EgyptAbstract
Odontogenic Oro-Facial Tumors Among Children: A Clinico-Pathological Study
It is common for children to present to the dental clinic for evaluation and management of a mass in the oro-facial region. The majority of these lesions are inflammatory in nature; but other masses are of congenital, developmental or neoplastic etiologic factors which should be considered. This presentation is focusing upon the rate of incidence and management to different types of oral & maxillofacial tumors and tumor-like lesions of odontogenic origin among infants and children, based upon the clinical manifestations, the biological behavior, and histopathological diagnosis of each lesion.
Prof. Dr. Ibrahim M. Zeitoun, MB.B ch., M.S., B.D.S, M.D.
Professor of Maxillofacial & Plastic Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, EgyptAbstract
Complications Of Orthognathic Surgery
These could be due to anesthesia or due to the procedure itself. Improper selection of the patient could raise psychological problems to both the patient and the surgeon. Improper planning might affect drastically the occlusion and the facial esthetics. Complications due to the procedure could be immediate or delayed. Primary or secondary hemorrhage might happen. Also, improper oteotomy might lead to poor stability, relapse, mal or non-union.
The most serious complications in Le- Fort osteotomies are retro-bulbar hemorrhage and loss of vision.
This lecture will elaborate on the causes and how to avoid them and the proper management of each complication.
Prof. Mohamed A.K. El Massry, MBBCh, MSc, PhD
Consultant Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery, KuwaitAbstract
Experience In Head & Neck Surgery
Craniomaxillofacial surgeons are bound to be confronted with various head and neck lesions. Training and experience are the key to deal with such lesions. In this talk I shall shed the light about such experience with reference to clinical diagnosis and investigation.
Prof. Dr. Gamal Borhamy, MB.B ch., M.S., B.D.S, M.D.
Professor of Maxillofacial & Plastic Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry Alexandria UniversityAbstract
Access Maniblotomy In Maxillofacial Oncology
Surgical Approach considered one of the important decisions in oral and maxillofacial tumors ablation. Medial and paramedial mandibulotomy facilitates access for the resection of tumors in the oral and oropharyngeal space. We present our experience and studies when using this approach, complications, limitations and important surgical consideration.
Prof. Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Medra
Professor of Cranio-Maxillofacial & Oral and Plastic Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, EgyptAbstract
Aggressive Jaw Cysts And Cyst-Like Lesions
Backgrounds: The jaws are host to several cysts and neoplasms, mainly due to the tissues involved in tooth formation. Odontogenic aggressive jaw cysts are destructive jaw lesions with the propensity to recurrence.
Methods: Thirty patients with different aggressive jaw cysts were operated upon in our Department in the period from Jan. 2005 to Dec. 2009. Their age ranged from 12 to 25 years with a mean of 15 years. Eighteen were males and twelve were females. The pathological diagnoses were; odontogenickeratocyst (13), ameurosymal bone cyst (5), dentigerous cyst with ameloblastic changes (2), unicysticameloblastoma (5), mural ameloblastoma (3), and Gorlin's cyst (2). Eighteen patients were fresh cases while twelve cases were recurrent. All patients were subjected to diagnostic work up. All patients were surgically treated in aggressive way, especially recurrent lesions via adequate resection with safety margins (one dental unit on each side), immediate reconstruction by bone graft , fixed by reconstruction plate and screws. All patients were followed form 5 to 10 years.
Results: All patients were free of lesions during the follow up period, up to ten years. Two patients had mild infection. One patient had severe post-operative infection with partial loss of bone graft, after control of infection augmentation bone graft was performed. Two patients showed fracture of the mini- reconstruction plates after six months. The esthetic outcome was satisfactory in all.
Conclusions: Aggressive jaw cysts and cyst-like lesions should be managed in an aggressive surgical procedure to prevent recurrences and multiple surgical interventions.
Prof. Dr. Mohamed H. Warda, MBBCh, MS, BDS, MD
Professor of Maxillofacial and Plastic Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University
Prof. Warda graduated from Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University in 1979 and obtained his Master degree in General Surgery in 1983. Then he obtained his BDS in 1987 and practiced Maxillofacial and plastic surgery in the University of Bonn, Germany and obtained Dr. med.dent degree followed by an MD degree from the Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University in 1990.
Alexandria Experience In Scaphocephaly
Craniosynostosis is considered a serious problem that leads to both functional and esthetic complications if not treated promptly and adequately. One of the common types of craniosynostosis is scaphocephaly. Together with the neurosurgeon we form a team that deals with this serious anomaly. In this talk we are going to present our experience in diagnosis and management of scaphocephaly and our long term follow-up of these cases.
Prof. Mohamed Said Hamed, BDS, MSc, PhD
Dean & Professor Of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, College Of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, UAE
Prof. Mohamed Said Hamed is Dean and Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, College of Dentistry, GMU – Ajman, UAE. He is Head of Scientific Committee of the PAN ARAB Association for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. Prof. Mohamed is a member of the Scientific Reviewing board of the International Arab Journal of Dentistry, Editorial Board of Egyptian Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Egyptian Dental Journal, International Journal of Dental Science and Research, Journal of Research and Review and Associate Editor of the International Journal of Applied Dental Sciences in India. He is also a member of the African Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, International Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.
Bisphosphonates And Osteonecrosis Of Mandibular And Maxillary Bones
Bisphosphonates are drugs used to slow down or prevent bone damage. They also lower calcium levels. They are called bone hardening or bone strengthening treatment. Oral and maxillofacial surgeons recognized and reported cases of non-healing exposed bone in the maxillofacial region in patients treated with IV Bisphosphonates; Pamidronate (Aredia) and Zoledronic acid (Zometa). The major goals of treatment for patients at risk of developing, or who have BRONJ are: Prioritization and support of continued oncologic treatment in patients receiving IV Bisphosphonates. Oncology patients can benefit greatly from the therapeutic effect of Bisphosphonates by controlling bone pain and reducing the incidence of other skeletal complications. The treatment objectives for patients with an established diagnosis of BRONJ are to eliminate pain, control infection of the soft and hard tissue, and minimize the progression or occurrence of bone necrosis.
Prof. Dr. Abdel Fattah Abdel Mongy Sadaka
Professor Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University, Egypt
President of Pan African Association of Oral & Maxillofacial SurgeryAbstract
Hard Tissue Reconstruction for Dental Implant Rehabilitation. An Update
An ideal implant site with complete preservation of bone and the overlying soft tissue is infrequently seen, thus it must be enhanced with a variety of surgical techniques. Implant protocols for replacement of missing teeth with compromised ridges have evolved considerably and modern approaches are much less invasive but a predictably beautiful result is a challenge.
Aims of Hard Tissue Reconstruction for Implant Site Development are to reestablish bone volume for implant placement, restore inter-maxillary ridge relationship, ensure good esthetic results, fulfill biomechanical requirement of prosthesis and obtain healthy bone ensuring osseointegration.
Choice of augmentation technique depends on Size of defect and area to be augmented, Horizontal or vertical and Anatomical structures. 3D bone augmentation in atrophied alveolar ridge Techniques are Bone expansion and compaction, Ridge split, Guided bone regeneration,,Onlay bone grafting and Sinus augmentation in addition to orthognathic surgery and distraction osteogenesis techniques will be highlighted.
Grafting of bone &/or soft tissue is sometimes essential to achieve adequate aesthetic and functional results.
3D evaluation of alveolar bone defects before adopting the technique for bone grafting is imperative for predictable outcomes. The choice of technique determined by the three dimensional pattern of bone loss.
Dr. Ziad E. F. Noujeim, BDS, FICD, FACOMS, FIAOMS
Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Tutor, Departments of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Pathology and Diagnosis, School of Dentistry, Lebanese University, Beirut
Dr. Noujeim received his dental degree from Saint-Joseph University, Faculty of Dental Medicine in Beirut, Lebanon. He completed a postgraduate training in Paris (France), attaining an advanced certificate (CES) in Oral Surgery at the Institute of Stomatology and Maxillofacial Surgery/Salpétrière Hospital, University of Paris and a Clinical Fellowship in Oral Surgery at the Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard School of Dental Medicine, in Boston, USA. He also pursued an advanced course in Oral Pathology/Medicine at the School of Dentistry, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Noujeim is European Board Certified in Oral Surgery, Senior Lecturer and Postgraduate Tutor in the Departments of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Oral Pathology and Diagnosis, the director of human orofacial anatomy dissection, Director of Oral Pathology Postgraduate Program, Former Chairperson of Research and Basic Science Departments, and the Former Director of Oral Surgery Postgraduate Program, at the Lebanese University, School of Dentistry in Beirut. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Lebanese Dental Association since 2009.
Office Surgical Dentistry And Minor Oral Surgery: A Guided Experience For Dental General Practitioners
Oral surgery does not require technical skills alone: Surgery is a very complex discipline that includes many factors of success, among them; surgical judgment, diagnosis of the surgical problem, preparation of patients (both psychologically and physiologically), timing of the operation, adjustment and modification of standard surgical procedures to fit the individual needs of each patient, and finally, the supportive postoperative care that is essential for an uneventful post-operative recovery from oral surgical procedures. Oral surgical procedures performed in dental offices by general practitioners are usually much less extensive than that practiced by oral and maxillofacial surgeons. Many general dentists desire to perform advanced dental and oral surgical procedures, but without sufficient skills and adequate clinical training and experience, outcome will often be unforeseeable and unpredictable. Indeed, surgeons with little respect for oral soft and hard tissues are most likely to experience longer recuperation and higher incidence of surgical complications.
The purpose of our lecture is to address a comprehensive clinical description of main dental and oral basic surgical procedures that should be performed by general practitioners. During our talk, we will expose fundamental principles of surgery, case selection, surgical diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical difficulty, risk assessment, surgical techniques, and patient home-care instructions, all these being illustrated through many surgical clinical cases.
Dr. Abdel Rahman Tawfik, BDS, MSc, LDSRCS, PhD, MFDRCSI, FFDRCSI, DipDSed
Consultant Oral Surgeon, Mohammad Bin Rashid University, Dubai & Hendon BMI Hospital, London, UK
Senior Tutor in Oral Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London
Dr. Abdel Rahman Tawfik is an experienced Oral Surgeon with a sound academic background. He is a King’s College London graduate and undertook a PhD at the Eastman Dental Institute, University of London, on the Prediction of Oral Cancer. His research was published and presented at national and international scientific conferences. He has worked as a Consultant Oral Surgeon at several NHS hospitals and has taught Oral Surgery in UK, Egypt and UAE. Dr. Tawfik has a Diploma in Conscious Sedation and is experienced in dealing with anxious dental patients. He regularly continues to utilize his qualification and experience in dental sedation in the management of Oral Surgery patients. As well as his vast experience in managing the anxious dental patient, Dr. Tawfik has a special interest in facial pain, jaw cysts, pre-prosthetic surgeries of the jaw, dental implant surgery and bone augmentation. He manages many of these oral surgery conditions under procedural sedation.
Dental Phobia: A clinical approach with reference to conscious sedation
Anxiety is a term that is often used to describe vague feelings of apprehension to unknown danger. However, phobia is an unreasonable fear that leads to avoidance of a specific situation or object. Dental phobia is prevalent among adults in the UK and causes a lot of distress that impacts on both quality of life and the quality of dental treatment received. In the UK, the General Dental Council (GDC) recognises procedural sedation as an essential method of pain and anxiety management of dental patients, especially those attending for Oral Surgery. Any dentist who is appropriately trained can administer a sedative and provide treatment safely, providing the or she is supported by an appropriately trained assistant. This presentation focuses on: the methodology of providing conscious sedation, types of sedatives that can be safely used and administered by dental sedationists, and the possible risks associated with procedural sedation.
Dr. Samy Darwish, BSc, BDS, MFDRCS, DipDSed, MSc, MClinDent, MRDRCS, LLM
Assistant Professor & Consultant Oral Surgeon &
Periodontist, Mohammed Bin Rashid University, Dubai, UAE
Dr. Samy qualified from Guy’s & St Thomas’s in 1997. As well as his BDS he completed a BSc in the Tissue Repair Research Unit where he researched wound healing and laser therapy. Following qualification Dr. Samy was appointed a Senior House Officer in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and continued to pursue his surgical career and completed his Membership in the Faculty of Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He was placed on the Surgical Dentistry specialist list in 2001. Dr. Samy then completed a Diploma in Dental Sedation at King’s Dental Institute. He then went to complete an MSc where he carried out research in Implant Dentistry and then completed the Master of Clinical Dentistry at King’s College and the Master of Restorative Dentistry at the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. He is also on the specialist list for Periodontology. Dr. Samy is currently an assistant professor at Dubai School of Dental Medicine.
Setting up a sedation clinic. Providing a service through an ideal team and environment.
Dental sedation is a very useful adjunct to routine dental treatment. Phobia is not the only indication for sedation and there are a number of other instances when a sedative may be useful. Sedation however requires a specifically designed environment for the safe delivery of the treatment. The presentation will deliver an overview of how sedation can contribute to dental treatment and details of how a clinic should be equipped to provide such a service. This discussion will be of interest to those wishing to start a sedation service within their clinic.
Prof. Dr. Amr Bayoumi, BDS, MSc, PhD
Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University (Egypt) & King Abdulaziz University (KSA)
Prof. Bayoumi graduated from Alexandria University in 1983, followed by a Master’s degree and PhD in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery in 1988 and 1991 respectively. Prof. Bayoumi completed a course of instructions in Oral Radiology provided by the British government in King’s College, London in 1989, together with a training course of Oral & Maxillofacial surgery provided by Mount Vernon hospital, London, England.
Proximal Tibia Versus Iliac Crest Bone Grafts In Alveolar Cleft Reconstruction
Bone grafting of the alveolar cleft is an essential step in the reconstruction of the Orofacial cleft deformity. The gold standard in all bone grafting today remains the autogenous bone despite the efforts concerned to gain comparable outcomes with allogenic bone, xenogenic bone, bone substitute and alloplasts. The aim of this study was to evaluate the outcome of secondary bone grafting of alveolar clefts using corticocancellous autografts from the proximal tibia in comparison to that obtained from the iliac crest. Ten patients with unilateral alveolar clefts were included in this study. Reconstruction was performed using tibial bone graft in five patients and the other five patients were treated using iliac crest bone graft. The marginal bone level achieved was satisfactory in all cases evaluated by occlusal radiographs, the radiographs also demonstrated that the bone grafts were totally integrated after six months in all cases. It was found that the proximal tibia offers a reliable site for harvesting sufficient quantity of good quality cancellous bone with the advantages of less morbidity, reduced hospitalization time, reduced operating time and that it gave a post-surgical scar that was smaller and less apparent than that of the surgical intervention to harvest corticocancellous bone from the iliac crest. In conclusion, it was clear that in comparison to iliac crest harvesting, tibial bone harvesting was easier and quicker, caused less blood loss and less donor site morbidity. Furthermore, tibial bone harvesting revealed less gait disturbance and analgesic intake post-operatively compared to iliac crest harvesting.
Prof. Dr. Nevein Shawky Mohamed, BDS, MSc, DDSc
Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria UniversityAbstract
Temporomandibular Joint dislocation
Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) dislocation is defined as an excessive forward movement of condyle beyond the articular eminence, and complete loss of articular relationships. The condition may be unilateral or bilateral and can be acute or chronic. The pathogenesis of chronic dislocation is diverse. Manual reduction may be difficult to reduce after certain period because of fibrosis. Management of TMJ dislocation remains a challenge.
Dr. Taghrid M. Sebeeh, BDS , MSc
Department of Oral Surgery, Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine, Mohammed Bin Rashid University, Dubai, UAEAbstract
Comparison Between General Dentists And Oral Surgeons Awareness In Managing Patients On Warfarin: A Survey
In everyday practice, general dental practitioner (GDP), especially oral surgeons (OS) are placed in situations where they have to treat patients on anti-platelet agents and warfarin. The present study assesses the approach of GDPs and OS approach to the management of patients taking warfarin and are undergoing invasive dental procedures. A structured questionnaire was designed to survey GDP, OS and dentists from other specialties (DS) in the Middle East. The preliminary results show that the knowledge of the recent guidelines was low among GDP and very few checked the INR value prior to starting the surgery. On a more positive note, the preliminary results also show a pattern of seeking advice of a cardiologist before undertaking complicated and surgical dental extractions especially if the INR was high.
Dr. Tamer Sabry, BDS, MDS, Dipl ICOI, FICD, LSO, DBA
Consultant Oral Maxillofacial Surgery, Fellow Aachen Univ. GermanyAbstract
Infected Facial Tissue Fillers: An Emerging Problem. Case Series
Soft tissue fillers provide an attractive option in facial rejuvenation. Trained dentists are allowed now to apply those fillers. With their increasing use the prevalence of complications is also expected to increase. While these products are primarily meant for treatment of aging face, the age structure of our patients suggests their frequent misuse and spurious indications. Especially worrisome is recently observed application of fillers in cosmetic saloons. We believe that the use of STFs should be regulated and their administration in non-medical facilities should be prohibited. Patients with atypical course of facial inflammations should be questioned about previous history of cosmetic procedures.
Prof. Takashi Ono, DDS, PhD
Professor And Chairman Of Orthodontic Science, Graduate School Tokyo Medical And Dental University, Japan
Prof. Takashi graduated from Tokyo Medical and Dental University in 1987 and obtained his PhD in 1991. He has been Professor and Chairman of Orthodontic Science, Graduate School Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) since 2010. He is also Deputy Director of International Student Exchange, TMDU. He serves as an editorial board member for several international peer-reviewed journals and has published more than 160 articles (in English, Japanese and German) that are related to Orthodontics, craniofacial function/dysfunction, sleep-related respiratory disorders, and brain activity. Takashi Ono is currently a member of Executive Committee of World Federation of Orthodontists (WFO) and has been appointed as the Chairman of the 9th International Orthodontic Congress (IOC) 2020 in Yokohama, Japan.
Evidence-Based Orthodontic Treatment Strategy In The Future Society With Low Birthrate And Longevity
Progress and development of medical and dental care are constantly advancing, and the results enliven the mass media almost every day. Also, there is something to be amazed in the accumulation of recent basic and clinical data concerning the orthodontic treatment. The favor is beneficial for expanding the age group that becomes a therapeutic target from kids to the seniors. It seems to be important that the seniors can spend indefinitely high life of QOL on a social system, and the health promotion of kids that become supporters in the future may be more important in the social infrastructure construction. In view of these backgrounds and the social conditions that many countries are facing now, I want to shed a spotlight with a prospect for the future on the significance of the early treatment from functional perspectives and the autotransplantation of the tooth with complete root formation.
Prof. Hanan Ismail
Professor of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, EgyptAbstract
Interdisciplinary Treatment For The Perfect Smile
To achieve excellence in dental treatment and to give the patient best aesthetic results a dental team has to work together like an orchestra, each doing his own job. Treated cases will be presented where orthodontics, periodontics, conservative dentistry and surgical treatment were involved to reach an excellent aesthetic result for each individual patient. Macro and micro aesthetics will be briefly presented with special emphasis on the gummy smile, causes and management.
Assoc. Professor Khaled Samir AboulAzm, BDS, MSc, PHD
- Head of Orthodontic Department, Pharos University (2009-now).
- Course director of Pre graduate Orthodontic Course Pharos University (2009-now).
- Visiting Doctor to the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry USA, 2012.
- Secretary General of Arab Orthodontic Society.
- Treasurer of Egyptian Orthodontic Society.
- Fellowship of the World federation of orthodontics, the American Association of Orthodontic, the Arab Orthodontic Society and the Egyptian Orthodontic Society.
- Ambassador of American Association of Orthodontists.
Dr. Ahmed R. EL Kalza, DDS , MSc ,PhD
Lecturer of Orthodontics, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria UniversityAbstract
Diode Laser, a new member in the Orthodontic family
Over the last several years, laser technology has helped dental professionals improve the level of care provided to their patients. For orthodontic procedures, lasers are now being used to reshape gingival soft tissues for esthetic finishing and solve issues involving altered tooth eruption. This advanced laser technology is significantly and efficiently improving the design, health and overall appearance of orthodontic patients' smiles, while also enhancing their chairside experience.
Soft tissue lasers have numerous applications in orthodontics, including gingivectomy, frenectomy, exposing impacted teeth and even crown lengthening. Low level laser therapy is useful for acceleration of orthodontic tooth movement to shorten treatment time which is a challenging task in orthodontics.
As clinicians are becoming more knowledgable about the benefits of laser in therapy, they are growing more comfortable with applying lasers to several different procedures. Lasers are not only making practice more effective and efficient, but they are also providing a more comfortable patient experience
Dr. Filippo Cardinali
Private Practice Dedicated To Endodontics And Restorative Dentistry, Ancona, Italy
Dr. Cadinali obtained his dental degree from the University of Ancona in 1992. He is an active Member of the Italian Society of Endodontics (SIE), the European Society of Endodontology, American Association of Endodontists and Style Italiano Endodontics. In the Italian Society of Endodontics (SIE) currently holds the position of Coordinator of the Cultural Committee and Executive Assistant Editor of the Italian Journal of Endodontics (Giornale Italiano di Endodonzia). Dr. Cardinali is also the Co-author of the book "Text atlas of anatomy endodontic", "Isolation of the operative field: how to streamline the clinical and improve their professional quality life" and "Manuale di Endodonzia”. He has private practice, concentrating mainly Endodontics and restorative dentistry and author of publications on journals of national and international sector.
The Fully Mechanical Shaping Of The Root Canal System: Simplification Of The Operating Sequence Respecting The Original Root Canal Anatomy And Maintaining A High Quality Of Shaping
Shaping, cleaning and filling of the root canal system are essential phases of orthograde root canal treatment. Their correct execution allows the clinician to hit the goals of endodontic treatment and achieve the success of the therapy. In nonsurgical endodontics the difficulties encountered by the practitioner are almost exclusively of anatomical type, so the clinician who wants to treat teeth predictably has to know all the possible anatomical variations and try to identify them in the diagnostic phase of the treatment thanks to clinical anatomy knowledge and with the correct radiographic interpretation. During the shaping, the original anatomy respect allows the operator to prepare the endodontic space saving radicular dentine, with an ideal shape for receiving the three-dimensional obturation with warm gutta-percha. The execution of shapes that fit and meet the original anatomy decreases the risk of creating alterations in the morphology of the root canal itself, such as steps or transport, regarded by the international scientific literature as factors predisposing to failure of the therapy.
This lecture has three main goals: the first one is to highlight how nowadays in nonsurgical endodontics a totally mechanical shaping can be performed by the clinician, while maintaining a high quality of therapy. The second goal is to underline how endodontic anatomy and shaping are closely related to each other, and also how rotary NiTi files can create alterations that may result in a failure of the endodontic therapy. The third and last goal is to emphasize how it is possible to carry out high quality and original anatomy respectful shaping, using a reduced number of instruments.
Prof. Dr. Raef A. Sherif, BDS, MSc, PhD
Professor Of Endodontics, Alexandria University, Vice-Dean And Chairman Of Endodontics Department, Faculty Of Dentistry, Pharos University, AlexandriaAbstract
Endodontic Treatment Planning: The Master Skill
Prof. Dr. Raef A. Sherif & Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shehab Eldin Saber
Careful treatment planning for different endodontic cases is a keystone for achieving successful and predictable outcomes. The aim of this oral discussion session is to present different endodontic clinical case scenarios with emphasis on their existing challenges, and critical appraisal for their possible line(s) of treatment.
Dr. Ioana Pop, BDS, IQE, MFDS, MSurgDent, DipSedation, MClinDent, MEndo
Endodontic Specialist, Kings College, London
Dr. Ioana is a Specialist in Endodontics working in referral practices in Redhill and Guildford, Surrey, United Kingdom. She also has extensive hospital training and experience in Oral Surgery, Conscious Sedation and Endodontics. This is supported by her 4 years of postgraduate training and achieving a M.Clin.Dent & MEndo from Kings College London, United Kingdom. Dr. Ioana has worked at Kings College Hospital since 2005. She has set up and runs a Surgical Endodontic Clinic and also undertakes teaching at the hospital as well as lecturing nationally and internationally. Dr. Ioana is also involved in the MClinDent, MEndo postgraduate training at Guys Hospital. Dr. Ioana has a postgraduate degree in Oral Surgery, Conscious Sedation and is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons.
Apical Surgery A Modern Surgical Approach
The aim of this talk is to present contemporary aspects of apical surgery based on my clinical experience. I will also be focusing on the evidence based case selection, the use of CBCT in apical surgery, and the surgical procedure including the soft and hard tissue management. Different aspects of the microsurgical approach to surgical endodontics will be presented, starting with the indications and contraindications of the surgical procedure in managing persistent periapical disease and following with the surgical management, and the follow up protocol. I will also concentrate my attention in this presentation to the use of the apical surgical procedure in guided tissue regeneration and present some cases to demonstrate this interesting topic. I hope that by sharing my surgical endodontics clinical cases with you in this talk I will bring some interesting insight to this subject with a modern approach and management of some of the more challenging clinical situations.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shehab Eldin M. Saber, BDS, MSc, PhD
Associate Professor, Endodontic Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Ain Shams University, Cairo, EgyptAbstract
Endodontic Treatment Planning: The Master Skill
Prof. Dr. Raef A. Sherif & Assoc. Prof. Dr. Shehab Eldin Saber
Careful treatment planning for different endodontic cases is a keystone for achieving successful and predictable outcomes. The aim of this oral discussion session is to present different endodontic clinical case scenarios with emphasis on their existing challenges, and critical appraisal for their possible line(s) of treatment.
Dr. Mohamed Harunani, DDS, MAGD
Director of clinical education, Midwest Dental Support Center, Illinois, USA
Dr. Harunani received his DDS degree in 1986 from Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago followed by a one year residency at the Cook County Hospital. After almost 20 years in private practice, he took on the role of Dental Director in Midwest Dental Support Center (MDSC) and now serves as their Director of clinical education. He currently serves as the Treasurer of AGD, a premier organization of general dentists with focus on education. Dr. Harunani earned his Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) Fellowship in 1991, his Mastership in 1997, and Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition (LLSR) in 2007. He received the AGD Award for Excellence in 1997 for creating a radio PSA program, and in 1999 for creating a school dental education program. In 2012, he was honored with the AGD's prestigious Albert L. Borish Award. Dr. Harunani has been involved in organized dentistry and dental education throughout his career, receiving ACD, ICD, and ADI fellowships. He also is a diplomat for the American College of Forensic Examiners. He is a member of the ADA, Illinois State Dental Society, Chicago Dental Society, and American Association of Dental Consultants. Most recently, his love for clinical education led him to take on the challenge of becoming the first clinical director of education for the Catapult Group, a group of leading clinicians and lecturers in dentistry.
Treasurer of AGD (Academy of General Dentistry)
This presentation is designed to introduce you to a safe, repeatable, predictable and systematic approach to cleaning, shaping, and obturation. Participants will be given the tools for successful endodontic treatment while decreasing stress and hand fatigue.
At the conclusion of the program, the participants should be comfortable in performing endodontic procedures in a simple, systematic manner. The discussions and the hands-on exercises will cover:
- Principles of Endodontics
- When to accept the case and when not to
- Endodontic Diagnosis and record keeping
- Simplified Preparation of the canal
- Efficient use of the assistant
Dr. Mohammed AlYakoob, DDS, MS
Consultant in Endodontics – Ministry of Health, Kuwait
Dr. Mohammed Alyakoob obtained his dental degree from the Medical college of Virginia, USA in 1996, followed by Master’s degree in Oral Biology & Certificate in Endodontics from Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas, USA in 2002. He is a certified trainer and lecturer by the Post Graduate Kuwaiti board in Advanced General Dentistry since 2009 and a certified trainer by Dentsply Sirona in Endodontics. Dr. Alyakoob is currently the Head of Endodontic Division at Adan Dental Center- Ministry of Health of Kuwait and has a Private Practice limited to Endodontics, Kuwait City, Kuwait.
Get A Gold Metal For Your Next Root Canal Treatment
Endodontic treatment forms a major portion of the daily activity of general dentists and endodontic specialists. Root canal preparation has evolved from hand instrumentation to rotary to reciprocal instrumentation, each which its own advantages and disadvantages.
The aim of this lecture is to discuss the clinical use of reciprocating instruments in easy and complex cases, compare research on rotating vs reciprocating instrumentation, understand the six reasons why you should go for Gold, realize the benefit of a single-file shaping technique, and demonstrate the clinical protocol for using Wave One Gold with success in your practice.
Dr. Rashid El Abed
Endodontic specialist at Hamdan Bin Mohammad College of Dental Medicine, Dubai, UAE
Dr. Rashid obtained his Dental degree (BDS) in 1997 from Crimea State Medical University, Ukraine, followed by Clinical Postgraduate Specialization in Endodontics. He is a member of the Jordanian Board of Endodontics and Jordanian Medical Council.
An Update On Endodontic Glidepath: “The Road To Ni Ti Rotary Safety And Efficiency”
The initial preflaring and glide-path are normally carried out using steel hand files. Unfortunately these files present several drawbacks. Few years ago the concept of mechanical glide-path and preflaring has been introduced, a multi file rotary NiTi systems dedicated only for glide path. Recently the next generation of these systems has been introduced. The current concept is to have a single file for Glide path (One patient, One use) preparation. This presentation will discuss the limits of the new files for mechanical glide-path and learn how to use them in a more safe and productive way.
Dr. Rania M. El Backly, BDS, MSc, PhD
Lecturer Of Endodontics, Conservative Dentistry Department, Researcher, Tissue Engineering Laboratories, Faculty Of Dentistry, Alexandria University & Fellow Of The Laboratory For Regenerative Medicine, University Of Genoa, ItalyAbstract
Regenerative Endodontics: Following The Road Less Traveled
Regenerative endodontics is a fast growing field that has begun to reap its fruits in the past few years. It is a field that is based on the concept and foundations of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. These fields have also rapidly evolved over the past 25 years to develop into a generation of science that strives to trigger endogenous repair mechanisms. These aim to tease the body into healing itself by modulating the inflammatory response, enhancing stem/progenitor cell recruitment, promoting angiogenesis and finally tissue repair/regeneration. Although regenerative endodontic procedures (REPs) are now considered part of many daily clinical practice regimens there are still several challenges that need to be addressed to reach full clinical translation of this new science and its applications. Challenges include but are not limited to; developing appropriate antibacterial regimens that are effective yet having minimal toxicity to targeted stem cell populations, new quantitative methods of assessment following REPs, as well as establishing criteria of successful treatment outcome that are no longer compared to the goals of conventional endodontic treatment but that can encompass the biological goals associated with REPs. Biomimetic approaches have also gained much attention in an effort to mimic the natural wound healing microenvironment. Such strategies rely heavily on the integration of numerous growth factors and cytokines, many of which can be naturally derived. Using timed delivery of multiple growth factors, molecules derived from natural extracellular matrix and cocktails of naturally derived growth factors such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) or platelet-rich fibrin (PRF) are also paving the way to further advancements in the field of regenerative endodontics. This presentation will focus on providing an overview of the current status of clinical translation of regenerative endodontics including approaches for mature teeth. It will also highlight updates regarding terminology, assessment and outcome-based determination of success as well as address many of the above-mentioned challenges. Finally, clinical evidence to support the advancement of REPs in practice will also be presented.
Dr. Mohamad Alaa Fakhr, BDS, MSc
Ass. Lecturer of Endodontics, Misr International University (MIU), Cairo, EgyptAbstract
Root Canal Reconstruction: A Recent Technique For Avoiding Endodontic Complications
Endodontic treatment of challenging teeth is a great burden for clinicians. The ability to see the complex anatomy of the roots and canals would allow adequate preparation, disinfection and obturation of such teeth. In endodontic treatment, a physical tooth model fabricated by 3D printing guided by CT imaging has been used in various cases such as planning sites for surgical tooth replantation , the diagnosis of abnormal root morphology, the determination of locations of root resorption, and the location of complex apical canal anatomies. The use of a physical tooth model has been limited to reconstruction of the external shape of teeth in previous reports. Recently however the idea of physical tooth models reproducing the internal root canal anatomy has emerged and has been employed successfully allowing the procedure to be accomplished extra-orally first on the fabricated models. Endodontic treatment on the patient after that guided by the surgical microscope can ensue. Thus physical tooth models reproducing the internal root canal anatomy can render untreatable teeth to become treatable, avoid any iatrogenic errors and improve the overall success rate and prognosis.
Dr. Jihad Habli
Professor A.C. In Laser Dentistry, Faculty Of Medicine, University Of Genoa, Italy
Use Of Botox And Dermal Fillers In Dentistry
Dentistry nowadays has gone beyond caring about dental health merely, towards creating the most beautiful smiles. Dentists are increasingly requested to reshape not only the teeth, but also all the aspects of the smile within the whole face. They are demanded to perform with the best skills and technology. This lecture will provide dentists with the knowledge and the technical skills needed to integrate non-surgical cosmetic procedures (specifically the use of Botox and Dermal fillers) in their dental practices so that they can meet both their clients’ dental health and aesthetic expectations. The lecture will cover the use of Botox and dermal fillers in dental clinics to treat specific conditions such as gummy smiles, black triangles, Bruxism, TMJ, migraine, as well as its facial aesthetic use to complement the dental work thus creating the perfect smile.
Prof. Dr. Nagy Abdulsamee Abdulhameed
Professor and Head of Dental Biomaterials, Faculty of Dentistry, Badr University, Cairo, Egypt
CV Prof. Nagy is the Former Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Researches, College of Oral and Dental Medicine, Misr University for Science & Technology, Egypt Marketing Dental Laserology: Where We have Been,Where We Are, and Where We are Going Marketing is defined as the process or technique of promoting, selling, and distributing a product or service. Dentists should understand that marketing dental laser is a much broader term than what is typically thought of as advertising and promotion. Laser dental care is possible in all of the disciplines of dentistry. The public has an expectation that their dentist should be up to date and wants the most modern, advanced care possible. The future of lasers in dentistry is promising, and new applications and procedures are being developed. The public is made aware of this by various media, and the word .laser has power because patients want and trust the doctors who offer advanced technology Dentists and their staffs can successfully integrate the use of lasers into the everyday practice of dentistry. The clinician must be familiar with the fundamentals of laser physics and tissue interaction so that the proper laser device is used to obtain the treatment objective safely and effectively. Education, training, and marketing laser dentistry takes planning and time. The questions of fees, insurance involvement, and how offices will recoup the investment of lasers should be thoroughly planned and discussed. The pride and excitement of being on the cutting edge of dentistry and financial incentives make it more possible than ever to implement the use of lasers. Clinical competence in any area of dentistry appears to require a combination of education and clinical experience. This lecture features topics of laser science, tissue interaction, types & uses of lasers in dentistry that provide the foundation .for the many applications of the use of lasers in dentistry.
Prof. Nagy is the Former Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Researches, College of Oral and Dental Medicine, Misr University for Science & Technology, Egypt
Marketing Dental Laserology: Where We have Been,Where We Are, and Where We are Going
Marketing is defined as the process or technique of promoting, selling, and distributing a product or service. Dentists should understand that marketing dental laser is a much broader term than what is typically thought of as advertising and promotion. Laser dental care is possible in all of the disciplines of dentistry. The public has an expectation that their dentist should be up to date and wants the most modern, advanced care possible. The future of lasers in dentistry is promising, and new applications and procedures are being developed. The public is made aware of this by various media, and the word .laser has power because patients want and trust the doctors who offer advanced technology Dentists and their staffs can successfully integrate the use of lasers into the everyday practice of dentistry. The clinician must be familiar with the fundamentals of laser physics and tissue interaction so that the proper laser device is used to obtain the treatment objective safely and effectively. Education, training, and marketing laser dentistry takes planning and time. The questions of fees, insurance involvement, and how offices will recoup the investment of lasers should be thoroughly planned and discussed. The pride and excitement of being on the cutting edge of dentistry and financial incentives make it more possible than ever to implement the use of lasers. Clinical competence in any area of dentistry appears to require a combination of education and clinical experience. This lecture features topics of laser science, tissue interaction, types & uses of lasers in dentistry that provide the foundation .for the many applications of the use of lasers in dentistry.
Dr. Kasumi Kuse Barouch, DDS, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Boston University Henry M. Goldman School Of Dental Medicine, USA
Bring The Best Smile For Your Patients
The goal of Dentistry is to recover the oral function and aesthetics. Ultimately it is the most important aspect to obtain the oral health and the systemic health in human life. Currently there is a significant demand of aesthetic aspects among women in all over the world. Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease that leads to the loss of attachment around the teeth /implants. As a result the amount of exposure of the healthy gingival tissue might be affected by the consequences of the periodontal diseases. Acquiring the preferred smile as well as the healthy periodontal tissue associated to the optimal gingival exposure is also one of the goals of Periodontal and Orthodontic treatment. It is well recognized that the beautiful smile plays an important role in the social communication in our life. There are several reports of characteristics of ideal shape of lips in smiling in the Prosthodontics literatures however as far as the author’s knowledge is concerned there is no report of preference in the relation between the shape of lips and exposure of the teeth and gingiva in smiling. Furthermore, in fact that some women have a tendency to cover their mouth when they smile which might be related to some degree of self-confidence of their oral health. In the comparison of different countries and different background it will be beneficial to study the value of beautiful smile patterns in terms of exposure of the teeth /gingiva associated to the shape of lips for the designing the optimal Periodontal and Orthodontic treatment.
Prof. Dr. Mohammed Mohammed Nassar, BDS, MSc, PhD
Professor of Oral Medicine and Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University
CV Prof. Nassar obtained his Dental Degree from Alexandria University in 1973, followed by a Master Degree in Oral Medicine and Surgery, Periodontology and Diagnosis in 1979 and a PhD in Periodontics, Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnoses in1984 from Alexandria University. Prof. Nassar is currently a Professor of Oral Medicine and Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University and he is the former Vice president of Tanta University for Environment and Community Affairs, former Dean of Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University and former Vice dean Faculty of Dentistry for High Studies and Graduation. Sequencing Of Periodontal Restorative Approach To Achieving Esthetic Outcome On Modern Periodontics Esthetic Dentistry demands clinicians that know and understand the proper position, dimension of teeth in relation to gingiva, occlusion and parafunctional habits as well as periodontal and restorative treatment in collaboration with the treatment plan to enhance esthetic outcome. In modern periodontics many surgical procedures have been developed to minimize post surgical recession and compromised interdental papilla. The lecture will view tips foe enhanced esthetic outcome through reporting different treated periodontal subjects in whom reversal and correction of their deteriorating condition could be managed with achieving excellent esthetic result through collaboration of perio-restorative treatment plan. The net outcome is saving the natural teeth had progressive deterioration as well as nicely alignment of teeth with acceptable gingival contour and pleasant smile.
Prof. Nassar obtained his Dental Degree from Alexandria University in 1973, followed by a Master Degree in Oral Medicine and Surgery, Periodontology and Diagnosis in 1979 and a PhD in Periodontics, Oral Medicine and Oral Diagnoses in1984 from Alexandria University. Prof. Nassar is currently a Professor of Oral Medicine and Periodontology, Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University and he is the former Vice president of Tanta University for Environment and Community Affairs, former Dean of Faculty of Dentistry, Tanta University and former Vice dean Faculty of Dentistry for High Studies and Graduation.
Sequencing Of Periodontal Restorative Approach To Achieving Esthetic Outcome On Modern Periodontics
Esthetic Dentistry demands clinicians that know and understand the proper position, dimension of teeth in relation to gingiva, occlusion and parafunctional habits as well as periodontal and restorative treatment in collaboration with the treatment plan to enhance esthetic outcome. In modern periodontics many surgical procedures have been developed to minimize post surgical recession and compromised interdental papilla. The lecture will view tips foe enhanced esthetic outcome through reporting different treated periodontal subjects in whom reversal and correction of their deteriorating condition could be managed with achieving excellent esthetic result through collaboration of perio-restorative treatment plan. The net outcome is saving the natural teeth had progressive deterioration as well as nicely alignment of teeth with acceptable gingival contour and pleasant smile.
Dental Marketing & Education
Dr. Ahmed Abdel-Moneim, DDS, ABOI
Assistant Clinical Professor, University Of California, San Francisco, USA
Dr. Abdel Moneim graduated from the School of Dentistry, Alexandria University in 1991. Then he pursued Residency of General Dentistry from University of New York, Millard Fillmore Hospital, then Residency of Advanced Education from the University of California San Francisco. Dr. Abdel Moneim is currently an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California, San Francisco since 2011 and the President of Los Gatos Dental Center. He is a member of a number of professional associations and has numerous publications related to Dental education in the USA.
Dentistry in the U.S. for Foreign Graduates
Some of the most important long-term investments of your life are your education and your career. This lecture is a must for dentists and/or dental students who seek advice to continue their career and practice dentistry in the United States of America. In summary, to become a licensed dentist in the U.S. you need education, written examination and clinical exam by state/region. This lecture will enable you to save time and cost as well as learn new information
Evidence Based Dentistry
Prof. Dr. Hoda M Abdellatif, BDS, MPH, Dr.PH
College Of Dentistry, Princess Norah University, Riyadh, KSA.
CV Prof. Hoda graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Alexandria in 1979, followed by a Master degree and PhD in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She obtained a certificate in Evidence Based Dentistry from Oxford University, UK in 2009. Prof. Hoda is currently the vice dean in the College of Dentistry, Princess Nora University in Riyadh, KSA, and she was the former chairman of Preventive Dental Sciences Department and the Department of Basic Dental Sciences. Prof. Hoda is currently an Adjunct Prof. in the Department of Public Health Sciences and a Committee member of the Dental Public Health Residency Program in Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas. Prof. Hoda Collaborated in designing, planning and implementing the curriculum for the pre- doctoral students in the College of Dentistry, PNU and Baylor College of Dentistry. Prof. Hoda is a member of many Dental societies; American Dental Education Association, American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, Dallas County Dental Society, American Association of Public Health Dentistry, Saudi Dental Society and Egyptian Dental Association. Changing Dental Practice: Understanding Systematic Review Development And The Implementation Of The Findings In Clinical Practice The rise of the evidence-based dentistry signals a growing awareness among dentists of the potential benefits of making better use of reliable scientific evidence in the treatment decision making process. This session introduces some of the basic concepts of Evidence-Based Decision Making. The emphasis throughout is on demonstrating the significant potential to improve both the use and usefulness of systematic reviews in clinical decision-making process. Discuss various elements of systematic reviews development, and learn how to interpret recommendations and make clinical decisions. Learning Objectives
Prof. Hoda graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Alexandria in 1979, followed by a Master degree and PhD in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She obtained a certificate in Evidence Based Dentistry from Oxford University, UK in 2009. Prof. Hoda is currently the vice dean in the College of Dentistry, Princess Nora University in Riyadh, KSA, and she was the former chairman of Preventive Dental Sciences Department and the Department of Basic Dental Sciences. Prof. Hoda is currently an Adjunct Prof. in the Department of Public Health Sciences and a Committee member of the Dental Public Health Residency Program in Baylor College of Dentistry, Dallas, Texas. Prof. Hoda Collaborated in designing, planning and implementing the curriculum for the pre- doctoral students in the College of Dentistry, PNU and Baylor College of Dentistry. Prof. Hoda is a member of many Dental societies; American Dental Education Association, American Dental Association, Texas Dental Association, Dallas County Dental Society, American Association of Public Health Dentistry, Saudi Dental Society and Egyptian Dental Association.
Changing Dental Practice: Understanding Systematic Review Development And The Implementation Of The Findings In Clinical Practice
The rise of the evidence-based dentistry signals a growing awareness among dentists of the potential benefits of making better use of reliable scientific evidence in the treatment decision making process. This session introduces some of the basic concepts of Evidence-Based Decision Making. The emphasis throughout is on demonstrating the significant potential to improve both the use and usefulness of systematic reviews in clinical decision-making process. Discuss various elements of systematic reviews development, and learn how to interpret recommendations and make clinical decisions.
Dr. Heba Allah Madi, BDS, MSc, MFDRCSI
Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine, Dubai, UAE
CV Dr. Heba Allah Madi is a graduate of the Dental School of Dental Medicine at University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. She completed her Master of Science degree in Oral Surgery at Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicin, MBRU, Dubai, UAE. She is member of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland and she is also a fellow of ICOI and AOIA. The field of Oral Surgery, forensic dentistry and dental implantology has captured her interest at early stages of her studies. Dr. Heba has been practicing Oral Surgery since 2011 and has participated in numerous clinical courses and workshops. She gained concentrated clinical experience from different universities in the field of Oral Surgery. Forensic Dentistry: Assessment of the diversity and individuality of human dentition Comparing ante-mortem and post-mortem dental characteristics has been a reliable, accurate and quick human identification method. This is based on the assumption that each individual's set of teeth is unique. Investigation was done on the uniqueness of basic dental features in a cohort of multinational patients. Two thousand dental charts were retrieved and dental patterns were coded and entered into a computer program that was written specifically for analyzing the results of this research. Introducing a single dental modification in sound teeth dropped the percentage of similarity between dental charts from to 24.1% to only 1.05%. This percentage is narrowed down to 0.7% when the gender is introduced to the comparison. The results support the assumption that dental characteristics show a diversity that is useful for human identification, even when those characteristics are recorded in their simplest forms.
Dr. Heba Allah Madi is a graduate of the Dental School of Dental Medicine at University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. She completed her Master of Science degree in Oral Surgery at Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicin, MBRU, Dubai, UAE. She is member of the Faculty of Dental Surgeons at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland and she is also a fellow of ICOI and AOIA. The field of Oral Surgery, forensic dentistry and dental implantology has captured her interest at early stages of her studies. Dr. Heba has been practicing Oral Surgery since 2011 and has participated in numerous clinical courses and workshops. She gained concentrated clinical experience from different universities in the field of Oral Surgery.
Forensic Dentistry: Assessment of the diversity and individuality of human dentition
Comparing ante-mortem and post-mortem dental characteristics has been a reliable, accurate and quick human identification method. This is based on the assumption that each individual's set of teeth is unique. Investigation was done on the uniqueness of basic dental features in a cohort of multinational patients. Two thousand dental charts were retrieved and dental patterns were coded and entered into a computer program that was written specifically for analyzing the results of this research. Introducing a single dental modification in sound teeth dropped the percentage of similarity between dental charts from to 24.1% to only 1.05%. This percentage is narrowed down to 0.7% when the gender is introduced to the comparison. The results support the assumption that dental characteristics show a diversity that is useful for human identification, even when those characteristics are recorded in their simplest forms.
Prof. Dr. Manal Ibrahim Elnouaem
Professor of Oral Pathology, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, Egypt
Professor at Oral Diagnosis and Oral Pathology Department, Princess Noura University, Faculty of Dentistry, Riyadh, KSAAbstract
Hookah smoking: Facts you need to know?
The popularity of hookah around the world had increased tremendously the last decade .For many people hookah smoking is an exotic allure or a social experience. Hookah smoking appears to be associated with some diseases due to the fact that hookah is made up of combination of charcoal and tobacco with both of them having their effect on the health.
This presentation will review the recent literature regarding hookah smoking (facts and myths) and will high light the effect of hookah on general health and on oral health and why hookah consumption needs greater attention as it is a growing threat to public health.
Dr. Prathibha Prasad, MDS
Specialist & Lecturer at the Department of Oral Pathology, College of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, Ajman
CV Dr. Prathibha obtained her Dental degree in 2001 from Rajeev Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, followed by MDS in Oral Pathology in 2008 and a graduate diploma in Health Profession Education, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, UAE. Dr. Prathibha is currently a lecturer in the department of Oral Pathology, College of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, Ajman. Dr. Prathibha has many publications in the field and a member of many associations; Indian Dental Association, Indian Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, National Research Foundation. She is also a reviewer in a number of journals; Journal of Forensic Research, Saudi dental journal, Indian journal of dental research, Research and reviews and Clinical medical journals and an editor in Pediatric Dental Care journal. Is Cellular Phone A Source Of Infection? This original study was carried out to know the different micro-organisms harboring the cell phones of health care persons working in the dental centre of our hospital and to determine what are the potential pathogenic organisms transmitted via mobile phones. An interviewer-administered questionnaire was used for data collection. Two samples were collected by rotating the swabs over all the surfaces of cell phones; one without any sterilization and second sample after decontaminating the cell phone using isopropyl alcohol in the morning. The swabs were inoculated and streaked onto five per cent sheep blood agar, Mac-Conkey agar and chocolate agar. Isolated organisms were processed according to colony morphology and gram stain. Tests for identification of gram positive cocci included catalase, Oxidative/ Fermentative test, anaerobic mannitol fermentation and coagulase production. Tests for identification of gram negative bacilli included catalase, oxidase and other relevant biochemical tests (API 20E). In the samples taken without prior decontamination, 40% of the samples did not show any growth. Staphylococcus species dominated the growth in the remaining specimens. Gram positive bacilli, Pantoe species and Enterobacter Cloacae were also found. In the samples taken with prior decontamination at the beginning of the day, 36% of the samples did not show any growth. Staphylococcus species dominated the growth in the remaining specimens. Gram positive bacilli, Micrococci and Citrobacter Freundii were also found.
Dr. Prathibha obtained her Dental degree in 2001 from Rajeev Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, followed by MDS in Oral Pathology in 2008 and a graduate diploma in Health Profession Education, Gulf Medical University, Ajman, UAE. Dr. Prathibha is currently a lecturer in the department of Oral Pathology, College of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, Ajman. Dr. Prathibha has many publications in the field and a member of many associations; Indian Dental Association, Indian Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, National Research Foundation. She is also a reviewer in a number of journals; Journal of Forensic Research, Saudi dental journal, Indian journal of dental research, Research and reviews and Clinical medical journals and an editor in Pediatric Dental Care journal.
Is Cellular Phone A Source Of Infection?
This original study was carried out to know the different micro-organisms harboring the cell phones of health care persons working in the dental centre of our hospital and to determine what are the potential pathogenic organisms transmitted via mobile phones. An interviewer-administered questionnaire was used for data collection. Two samples were collected by rotating the swabs over all the surfaces of cell phones; one without any sterilization and second sample after decontaminating the cell phone using isopropyl alcohol in the morning. The swabs were inoculated and streaked onto five per cent sheep blood agar, Mac-Conkey agar and chocolate agar. Isolated organisms were processed according to colony morphology and gram stain. Tests for identification of gram positive cocci included catalase, Oxidative/ Fermentative test, anaerobic mannitol fermentation and coagulase production. Tests for identification of gram negative bacilli included catalase, oxidase and other relevant biochemical tests (API 20E). In the samples taken without prior decontamination, 40% of the samples did not show any growth. Staphylococcus species dominated the growth in the remaining specimens. Gram positive bacilli, Pantoe species and Enterobacter Cloacae were also found. In the samples taken with prior decontamination at the beginning of the day, 36% of the samples did not show any growth. Staphylococcus species dominated the growth in the remaining specimens. Gram positive bacilli, Micrococci and Citrobacter Freundii were also found.
Dr. Ingy Ahmed Hussein Elbahrawy, BDS, MSc
Teaching Assistant, Department Of Oral Pathology, Faculty Of Dentistry, Alexandria UniversityAbstract
Bad Breath: A Multidisciplinary Approach To A Social Stigma
Bad breath is one of the main reasons people buy oral care products or seek the professional help of a dentist. Most of them, however, don’t get the results they hope for or the answers they need from their dentists. Halitosis, or bad breath, is a multifactorial condition that can have roots in so many different places and needs to be treated as such.
Dentists should be able to diagnose the underlying cause of the bad odour, develop a suitable, well functioning treatment regimen and track the development. This presentation aims to help oral healthcare professionals to do just that.
Dr. Mawlood Kowash, BDS, MSc, phD, FRCD, FDSRCPS
Associate Professor in Paediatric Dentistry, Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine, Mohammed Bin Rashid University, Dubai, UAE
Dr Kowash received his Dental Degree from Benghazi, Libya in 1985, his Master and Doctorate of dental science in Paediatric Dentistry from the University of Leeds, UK in 1993 and 1999 respectively. He became a member (1994) and subsequently a fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada in 1998. In 2015 he became a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and surgeons of Glasgow (FDSRCPS). Currently Dr Kowash is working at Hamdan Bin Mohammed College of Dental Medicine (HBMCDM) as an Associate Professor in Paediatric Dentistry in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Dr. Kowash is an examiner for the MFDS part 2 and the Licensing examination in Paediatric Dentistry, Abu-Dhabi Health Authority and Ministry of Health in the UAE. Dr Kowash research interests include prevention and management of early childhood caries and traumatic dental injuries. He has several publications in international dental journals including BDJ and EAPD. In addition, he is a regular guest speaker in national and international dental conference. Dr Kowash is a reviewer for the following journals: EAPD, Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research, Dental Traumatology, Oral Health and Dental Management and Oral Rehabilitation.
Early Childhood Caries - An Epidemic Oral Health Problem in the United Arab Emirates
Early Childhood Caries (ECC) is a specific form of tooth decay affecting the primary dentition. It can result in a considerable suffering and disfigurement and frequently compromises the future dentition. The Prevalence of ECC in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is very high. According to Al-Hosani & Rugg-Gunn (1998) the prevalence of ECC in Abu Dhabi Emirate preschool children was over 90 % (93.8% in Abu Dhabi and 90.4% in Al-Ain). The treatment of ECC is very costly and in most cases it requires full dental rehabilitation under general anaesthesia by a paediatric dentist. However, the disease is preventable (i.e. primary prevention) and also in its early stages (secondary prevention). The aims and objectives of this presentation are: to investigate the contributing factors for the high ECC prevalence in the UAE (presenting the results of Ras Al-Khaimah ECC study), its clinical picture and to discuss and suggest an evidence-based ECC prevention strategies.
Dr. Fadi Antar, DMD, CAGS, FICD
Pediatric Dentist, Beirut, Lebanon
Dr. Fadi Antar, Pediatric Dentists, graduated from Boston University-USA in 1990. Since then he is practicing Pediatric Dentistry in his Private clinic in Beirut. He is also a lecturer and clinical instructor at the Lebanese University, Pediatric Dental Department since September 1990. Six years ago Dr. Antar was introduced to Myofunctional Orthodontics by MRC in Germany, where he attended many seminars and courses until he had an excellent experience and started to implement it in his daily practice. Dr. Antar also attended many courses in Australia at the Myoresearch Training Facility, Gold Coast and became a Myobrace provider in 2011. In 2012 he opened the first MRC in the Middle East and named it “Smiling Faces” with gold level. In 2013 Dr. Antar was assigned by Myoresearch Company as a main lecturer in Myofunctional Orthodontics in the Middle East and his Clinic “Smiling Faces” was recognized as the only Training Center in the region. Since then Dr. Antar conducted many seminars and courses in Beirut, Amman, Kuwait, Oman, Alexandria and Dubai.
The Cause Of Malocclusion Is Not Dental
Mouth breathing, incorrect swallowing, a poor diet and other oral habits limit a child’s craniofacial development. This lack of jaw development results in a lack of space for the font teeth and also the developing 3rd molars (wisdom teeth). The increasing incidence of allergies, asthma and chronic upper respiratory tract infection has lead to an increase in chronic mouth breathing which results in malocclusion. Correcting these habits alone will not only improve health and encourage normal growth, but also reduce the need for future orthodontic treatment. This is surely a health issue of national importance. Straightening teeth with braces requires a lifetime of maintenance. Getting children to develop normal occlusion through habit correction has permanent lifetime benefits.
Dr. Mariam Asfour, BDS, MSc, PhD
Private Practice Dedicated Exclusively to Pediatric Dentistry, Düsseldorf, Germany.
CV Dr. Mariam received her Dental degree (BDS) in 1989 from the Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, followed by a master degree in 1994 in Paediatric Dentistry, King’s College, London. She worked in Egypt, UK, KSA and since 1998 in Germany. Dr. Mariam owns a private dental practice since 2003 in Düsseldorf, Germany. The Paediatric Dentist as a daily business concept The treatment of carious deciduous molars is not sufficient to run a successful business. Fluorides, Fissure Sealants, Modern Glass Ionomer Cements, Composites and Preventative Orthodontic Measures as well as functioning Recall procedures are essential for a running a systematic Paediatric Dental Office.
Dr. Mariam received her Dental degree (BDS) in 1989 from the Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University, followed by a master degree in 1994 in Paediatric Dentistry, King’s College, London. She worked in Egypt, UK, KSA and since 1998 in Germany. Dr. Mariam owns a private dental practice since 2003 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The Paediatric Dentist as a daily business concept
The treatment of carious deciduous molars is not sufficient to run a successful business. Fluorides, Fissure Sealants, Modern Glass Ionomer Cements, Composites and Preventative Orthodontic Measures as well as functioning Recall procedures are essential for a running a systematic Paediatric Dental Office.
Dr. Ahmed Fawzy Rady
Lecturer, Department Of Pediatric Dentistry, Faculty Of Dentistry, Beni Suef University, EgyptAbstract
To Save Or To Extract Primary Anterior Teeth? Challenges And Controversies In ECC
Early childhood caries (ECC) is a common dental problem in preschool children in Egypt. ECC is characterized by rapidly progressive decay of the upper primary incisors and molars. These teeth may become necrotic and shortly cause alveolar abscesses. Management of ECC based mostly on techniques adopted from current literature and the clinical experiences of experts. Most of the general dental practitioners extract the involved primary anterior teeth with severe destruction of crowns and/or apical pathosis. However, many parents nowadays are demanding for esthetic alternatives for their children. Restoring badly decayed primary anterior teeth to its previous function and esthetics presents a challenge to the pedodontists. The infected pulp can be treated with various materials, Metapex shows promising results in arresting or improving the pathological condition. In some cases of severe crown destruction, the use of fiber posts is suggested. Zirconium crowns were emerged as an esthetic alternative, in the last few years it perceived interests among pedodontists all over the world. To save or to extract those teeth is a debatable issue. Research on this topic is surprisingly minimal and clinical experiences remain the main source of learning. The clinical procedures, challenges and tips for using zirconium crowns, metapex, fiber posts, and others for saving those questionable teeth will be presented in this lecture. Results of clinical cases showing successes and failures will be presented. Criteria for selecting cases in which to save or to extract will be discussed in an interactive way with the audience.
Prof. Dr. Mohamed Sherine Elattar
Professor Of Prosthodontics, Faculty Of Dentistry, University Of Alexandria
Prof. Elattar is the former dean, Pharos Dental School, Alexandria, Egypt. He is also the President of the Alexandria Oral Implantology Association (AOIA) and the Ambassador of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI).
How to Become a Unique Dentist
Fresh graduates usually find it very difficult to find the way to properly decide which way to go afterwards, but most important is that they need to know what their identity is. An undergraduate dentist can end up his/her journey believing that he have become a skillful technician or diagnostician, while in many instances this skill although improves by time, yet only few clinicians become distinct. The reasons behind that are plenty but need to be clearly addressed.
This presentation is directed towards newly graduates, and last year dental students to pave the way for a clear future. It shows the lifetime experience of the author with lots of clinical tips. The course will discuss how great it is to be a DENTIST. Lots of newly graduates wonder when is the right time and place to start. Furthermore, the course helps discovering the answer to a very hard question: What type of dentist do i want to be?
Prof. Dr. Ahmad M. Alshimy, BDS, MSc, PhD
Professor & Chairman of Prosthodontics Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria UniversityAbstract
Prosthetic rehabilitation of difficult cleft palate cases
Management of the severely contracted maxilla in congenital cleft lip and palate patients presents a difficult problem for the reconstructive and orthognathic surgeons. Adulthood stage considered as an interesting challenge to be reconstructed by a definitive means of removable prosthesis, while rehabilitation of soft palatal defects are of major problem need a carful treatment planning and adequate management.
Dr. Mohamed Khaled Azzam
Associate Professor and Consultant Removable Prosthodontist, king Abdulaziz Medical City, Ministry of National Guard, KSA
Dr. Azzam completed his Master’s and Doctorate degrees from Dental School- Cairo University, Egypt, and a Clinical Certificate in Prosthodontics from Tuft's Dental School, Boston, USA in 1991. He is an Associate Professor and Consultant of Removable Prosthodontist. He was former Assoc. Professor in Removable Prosthodontic Department in the Dental School –King Abdulaziz University (1992-2002). Currently, he is Consultant Removable Prosthodontist in king Abdulaziz Medical City- Ministry of National Guard, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He is the Departmental Academic and Intern coordinator, member of the Dental Laboratory Quality Improvement Committee, Deputy of the Department Quality Control Champion and Clinical supervisor of Saudi board dental residents and dental interns, King Abdulaziz medical City. He has also published papers in reputed journals and presented many presentations locally in Saudi Arabia and many others internationally.
Nociceptive Trigeminal Inhibition Reflex (NTI) --Tension Suppression System (TSS)
Tension headache patients without symptoms of Temporal-mandibular disorders (TMD) contract their temporalis muscles during sleep 14 times more intense than upon awakening. Once the jaw is clenched, the supportive musculature of the skull assumes a static contraction causing chronic stiff and sore neck. Night guards could relax the lateral pterygoid musculature by providing less resistance to side-to-side movement. When the lateral pterygoids are chronically contracted (dysfunctional habit) they can cause sinus symptoms and /or TMD. If the patient’s parafunctional habits includes both horizontal activity (lateral pterygoid) and vertical activity (temporalis) the result is “excursive clenching or bruxing” which allows significant TMJ strain. But if the parafunctional habit is purely vertical (temporalis) the result is “primary clenching” which causes severe morning headaches. During this unprotected nocturnal parafunction, massive amounts of noxious input called nociception bombard the trigeminal sensory nucleus. By keeping the molars and canines from touching, the method of generating “Nociception to the Trigeminal” is inhibited. In conclusion an inter-occlusal device which provides anterior incisor contact only will reduce the contraction intensity of the temporalis significantly. This occurs only in a static position, so modifications of the device to avoid lower canine contacts during excursive movements are done as:
- Constructing an Anterior Midline Point Stop (AMPS) will avoid canine contact to the device during lateral movements hence Headaches and TMD are prevented.
- Further modification to maintain perpendicular incisal contact in protrusive and retrusive movements allows for suppression of parafunctional contraction intensity in all mandibular movements thereby reducing and preventing Headaches and TMD symptoms.
Dr. Sherif M. El-Dakkak, DDS, MSc, PhD
Lecturer in the Prosthodontics Department, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University.
- Fellow of the International College of Dentists (ICD)
- Lecturer and clinical director in the Continuing Education of Implant Dentistry, Faculty of Dentistry, Alexandria University.
- Member of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)
Mr. Montasser E. Massoud
Labratory advisor, CDT in ceramic NBC, NADL, DENTSPLY SIRONA