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Dental Public Health Conference 2021
Conference series LLC would like to take the immense pleasure to announce the “ International Conference on Dental Public Health and Dental Diseases” (Dental Public Health 2021) during May 08-09, 2021 in Toronto, Canada where in most distinguished lineup of eminent keynote speakers from around the globe will lead a dynamic scientific program of plenary sessions, symposia and hands-on workshops to share their expertise with our audience.
“The New Era of Dentistry and Awareness on Oral Health” is the driving theme of the Dental Public Health 2020, which will most definitely be reflected in the conference program, where we expect a remarkable turnout of world-renowned speakers.
Dental Public Health 2021 will deliver new ideas, convictions, strategies and tactics to excel in the field of dentistry and oral health. Dental Public Health 2021 will offer an impressive roaster of keynote speakers, quality attendees, compelling content and concise reviews of the latest clinical advancements and guidance relating to the diagnosis and treatment of dental and oral health conditions, including the use of new techniques.
Attendees at Dental Public Health 2021 will have unique opportunity to meet with leaders of the Dental and Oral Health profession from around the globe to discuss all of the scientific and technical breakthroughs that are changing the landscape of dentistry and fulfill their continuing education and professional development requirements.
Abstracts should contain 250-300 words and can submit online. Speakers can choose the topic from our scientific sessions or any research work in the related field. Abstracts will be published in our peer reviewed journals.
Sessions / Tracks
Track 02: Public Health Dentistry
Dental public health focuses on the health of populations in a non-clinical way. The most widely known dental public health implication has been the fluoridation of water. A major focus of public health is preventing disease in large populations, rather than treating diseases on an individual basis.
Evidence-Based Dentistry is an approach to oral health care that requires the judicious integration of systematic assessments of clinically relevant scientific evidence, relating the patient's oral and medical condition and history, with the dentist's clinical expertise and the patient's treatment needs and preferences. Evidence-Based care is a global movement in all the Health science disciplines. It represents a philosophical shift in the approach to practice a shift that emphasizes evidence over opinion and at the same time, judgement over blind adherence to rules
Track 04: Dental Biomaterials & Bioengineering
Bioengineering materials usually develop tissue-biomaterial interactions that suitably recapitulate a tissue or organ and integrate well with surrounding tissues which can achieve the desired results in human patients and greatly improve their care. The dental applications of bioengineering materials have considerably broadened within the last few decades. The field of bioengineering materials needs to move towards new dental treatment concepts based on the fact of value-consciousness in the healthcare and biotechnology areas and utilizations that can create the future of this field.
Track 05: Advanced Dental Research
Advanced Dental Research covers all areas of dental, oral and craniofacial research. Recent advances in Aesthetic dentistry, Veterinary, Restorative dentistry encouraged researchers to explore the potential for regenerating functional and living teeth. Advanced Dental Treatments provides cutting edge technology for optimum dental care included with leading facilities like Spa Therapy rather than Typical Dentistry.
Track 06: Dental hygiene and Dental Education
Dental Education is the teaching and learning of the future generations of dentists to prevent, diagnose and treat oral diseases and meet the dental needs and demands of the individual patients and the public. Dental hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean to prevent dental problems, most commonly, dental cavities, gingivitis, caries, periodontal diseases and bad breath.
Oral Medicine manages the oral social insurance of patients with ceaseless, repetitive and therapeutically related clutters of the oral and maxillofacial locale, and with their finding and non-surgical administration. Oral Medicine relates Dentistry to medication. Oral deals with the diseases of oral and Para oral structures and provides an understanding of which is essential for diagnosis and for the development of rational treatment. Oral microbiology deals with the study of the microorganisms of the oral cavity. Oral Radiology deals with the use of x-rays, radioactive substances, and other forms of radiant energy in diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Track 08: Dental Problems & Treatments
For most people, the basics of good dental hygiene are taught from a very early age – and with good reason. Teeth serve multiple purposes, all of which are important to varying degrees. A person’s ability to masticate is perhaps the primary reason for teeth, as it helps make the digestion of food possible. One’s appearance, from their smile to the shape of their face, is also dependent on their teeth. As useful and important as teeth are, however, they are not indestructible. In fact, they are susceptible to a number of problems that can potentially result in their loss. Fortunately, these problems are often preventable if a person adheres to good dental habits. To develop these habits, it is important to understand what the potential threats are and how to avoid them.
Track 09: Prosthodontics & Implantology
Prosthodontics and Implantology deals with rehabilitation of lost or missing oral / dental structures associated in the maxillofacial region using artificial substitutes to restore function and esthetics.
Track 10: Periodontology and Restorative Dentistry
Periodontology is the specialised system of hard and soft tissues that supports your teeth and maintains their position in the jaw. Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requiring multifaceted care.
Dental Anesthesiology educates graduate, pre-doctoral, and dental hygiene students in the management of pain, fear, and anxiety associated with dental treatment. Dental sleep medicine is an area of dental practice that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea.
Track 12: Oral and Maxillofacial surgery
Oral and maxillofacial surgery deals with the treatment of many diseases, injuries and defects in the head, neck, face, jaws and the hard and soft tissues of the oral (mouth) and maxillofacial (jaws and face) region. It is an internationally recognized surgical speciality. It is recognized as both a speciality of medicine and dentistry and a dual degree in medicine and dentistry is compulsory.
Track 13: Orthodontics and Endodontics
Orthodontics is a specialty field of dentistry that diagnoses, prevents and treats irregularities of the teeth and face. Orthodontic implants have become a reliable method in orthodontic practice for providing temporary additional anchorage. Endodontics is a dental speciality which deals with the dental pulp. Root canal therapy is one of the common procedures followed in Endodontic treatments and is done to save the teeth from diseased dental pulp.
Preventive dentistry is the practice of caring for your teeth to keep them healthy. Community Dentistry is a branch of Dentistry which deals with preventing disease, prolonging life & promoting physical & mental efficiency through organized community efforts for the sanitation of the environment, the control of communicable infections, the education of individual in personal hygiene. Oral epidemiology provide information on normal biological processes and on diseases of the oral cavity, identify populations at risk of oral disease or in need of specific care, and compare regional, environmental, social, and access similarities and differences in dental care between populations. It also tests preventive interventions for controlling disease and evaluates the effectiveness and quality of interventions and oral health programs.
Track 15: Operative and Forensic Dentistry
Operative dentistry is the art and science of the diagnosis ,treatment and prognosis of the defects of teeth that do not require full coverage restorations for correction. Such treatment should result in the restoration of proper tooth form, function and esthetics while maintaining the physiologic integrity of the teeth in harmonious relationship with the adjacent hard and soft tissues, all of which should enhance the general health and welfare of the patient. Forensic dentistry is the proper handling, examination and evaluation of dental evidence, which will be then presented in the interest of justice. The evidence that may be derived from teeth is the age (in children) and identification of the person to whom the teeth belong.
Track 16: Pregnancy and Dental Health
It is important to take care of oral and dental health during pregnancy. Common causes of dental health problems during pregnancy can include: gum problems, vomiting, and cravings for sugary foods and retching while brushing teeth. Pregnancy gingivitis occurs due to the increased level of hormones exaggeration and the way gums react to the irritants in plaque. There are evidence that, there is a link between gum disease and premature, underweight births. Dental problems during pregnancy can be prevented by regular brushing and flossing, eating a balanced diet especially foods rich in calcium, iron and Vitamin D and visiting dentist regularly. Also, it is to be taken care to visit the dentist during the fourth to sixth month of pregnancy to avoid any prenatal complications due to stresses associated with dental visits that can occur during first trimester and last trimester which is the most important stage of pregnancy.
Ethics affect virtually every decision made in a dental office, encompassing activities of both judging and choosing. Ethics affect relationships with patients, the public, office staff, and other professionals. Without a solid ethical foundation, you simply cannot be a true professional. The dentist must be aware of patients’ legitimate needs for prescription drugs.
The dental market is one of the most attractive segments of the healthcare industry. It incorporates diagnosis, treatment & prevention of diseases of the teeth, gums and supporting bones. This market can be segmented into two broad categories: dental consumables and dental equipment. Dental consumables consist of preventive, restorative, implants, prosthetics, orthodontics and endodontics.
The global dental market has been increasing at a stable growth rate. This is attributable to factors such as growing dental implant volume, growing healthcare expenditure, rapid rise in the number of dentists and increasing aging population coupled with increasing demand for oral care and technological advancement. In spite of positive market outlook, the growth could be hindered by costly treatment, stringent regulatory norms and lack of awareness. A few notable trends included in the dental market report are declining cost of dental implants, Korea emerging as a major exporter and increasing market share of dental chains in Europe.
Dental Services Market Competitive Landscape
The global dental services market is highly fragmented. Players in the market include IDH, The British United Provident Association Limited, Abano Healthcare Group Ltd., Aspen Dental and Birner Dental Management Services, Inc.
China, Japan, India, Australia, USA, Brazil, UK, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Russia
Dental Services Market Size
The Dental Services market is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 9% to nearly $630 billion by 2022.
Growth in the dental services market in the historic period resulted from rise in geriatric population, rise in disposable incomes and health insurance reforms. Factors that negatively affected growth in the historic period are weak wage growth in developed economies, unqualified manpower and limited coverage for dental services. Going forward, economic growth, technology, more educated patients, dental franchise model and dental tourism will drive growth. Factors that could hinder the growth of this market in the future are cost, interest rate increases and government regulations..
Some of the major drivers of the market are:
Economic Growth – The global economy is expected to go through a continued period of steady growth during the forecast period.
Technology – Technology is expected to be a continued driver of market growth during this period. Areas of particular development are likely to be robotics and minimal invasive surgery technologies. Markets such as this one will benefit from the greater efficiencies offered by these technologies.
However, the market is expected to face restraints from several factors such as -
Government Regulations – Dental service providers must follow numerous, complex regulations that set guidelines for service quality and care delivery. Technology companies that entered the healthcare industry are finding it difficult to release products due to excessive regulations.
Interest Rate Increases – Interest rates are expected to increase in developed nations, particularly the USA and Europe, during the forecast period.
Dental Services Market Segmentation
The dental services market is segmented by type, by end use industry
By Type- The Dental Services market can be segmented by type into general dentistry, orthodontics and prosthodontics and oral surgery.The general dentistry market was the largest segment of the dental services market in 2018 at around 68%. The orthodontics and prosthodontics market is expected to be the fastest-growing segment.
By End Use Industry- The Dental Services market can be segmented by end use industry into Chemicals, Metallurgy, Manufacturing, Food And Beverage, Healthcare, Others
By Geography- The Dental Services market is segmented into Asia Pacific, Western Europe,
Eastern Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Africa, and China and the USA. Among these regions, North America is the largest market for dental services, accounting for around 35% of the global market. It was followed by Asia Pacific, Western Europe and then the other regions. Going forward, Asia Pacific and Africa will be the fastest growing regions in this market. These will be followed by the Middle East and South America.
Potential Opportunities In The Dental Services Market:
With the rise in geriatric population, rise in disposable incomes and health insurance reforms, the potential and scope for the global dental services market is expected to increase.
- Dental and Oral Health Scientists.
- Directors and CEO’S
- Dental and Oral Health Faculty members.
- Dental and Oral Health Researchers and Students.
- Dental or Oral Hygienists & Therapists. Orthodontists
- Dental Business/Practice Managers
- Dental or Oral Hygienists & Therapists
- Dental Treatment Coordinators
- Dental Nurses
- Procurement and Management teams from Corporate Dental Organizations
- Dental Wholesalers, Dealers and Distributors
- Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
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