Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Oral biology and oral pathology are areas of advanced studies within the field of dentistry that deal with the study of the mouth and oral diseases. Oral biology refers to the study of the mouth and surrounding tissues, while oral pathology deals with the identification and treatment of diseases that affect the mouth and oral tissues.

An oral pathologist studies the causes of diseases that alter or affect the oral structures such as teeth, lips, cheeks, jaws as well as parts of the face and neck. Oral pathologists carry out dissection of biopsies then make a microscopic examination of samples of the biopsy with the use of stains. Oral Biology and Pathology has a wide scope and plays an important role in the day to day life of every individual.

  • Track 1-1Oral Mineralised Tissue Biology
  • Track 1-2Oral Microbial System
  • Track 1-3Oral Sensory Biology
  • Track 1-4Oral Diseases
  • Track 1-5Treatment and Prevention Methods

Dental public health is just one type of dental specialty within the broader field of dental clinical sciences. Dental public health explores effective ways to educate local communities about proper dental hygiene, care and disease prevention. Dental health is concerned with promoting health of an entire population and focuses on an action at a community level, rather than at an individual clinical approach.

  • Track 2-1Principles of Dental Public Health
  • Track 2-2Competencies
  • Track 2-3Importance and Scope
  • Track 2-4Preventive Measures for Proper Dental Health
  • Track 2-5Ways of Promotion

Oral surgery refers to any kind of surgical procedure performed in or around the mouth and jaw, usually by a dental specialist who’s trained to perform these kinds of oral surgeries. There are many types of oral surgery, including surgical procedures such as a tooth removal or a root canal. Some oral surgeries involve the repositioning of the jaw. In other instances, oral surgery may involve the removal of a tumour.

Often Oral surgeries might be performed by any one of several different kinds of dental specialists, including endodontists, periodontists, and prosthodontists.

  • Track 3-1Bone Grafting
  • Track 3-2Sleep Apnea Treatment
  • Track 3-3Implant Placement
  • Track 3-4Dento-Alveolar Surgery
  • Track 3-5Tooth Extraction

Tooth Decay is a very sneaky disease that typically destructs the structure of the tooth and can affect both the enamel and dentin layer of the tooth. Tooth decay can lead to further problems associated with tooth such as dental caries, gum disease which are collections of pus at the end of the teeth or in the gums. To overcome these various ailments caused by the tooth decay, an adequate knowledge of tooth care is quite necessary.

  • Track 4-1Fluoride Treatments for Tooth Decay
  • Track 4-2Dental Fillings
  • Track 4-3Prevention of Tooth Decay
  • Track 4-4Dental Care
  • Track 4-5Oral Hygiene

Pain control is at the heart of best practices in general and pediatric dentistry. Oral Anesthesiologists infuse analgesic to stand tangible transmission by the alveolar nerves. The predominant alveolar nerves are not for most of the part anesthetized specifically because they are hard to reach with a needle. Hence, the maxillary teeth are typically anesthetized locally by embeddings the needle underneath the oral mucosa surrounding the teeth. The second-rate alveolar nerve is most likely anesthetized more regularly than some other nerve in the body. To anesthetize this nerve, the dental practitioner implants the needle to some degree back to the patient's last molar.

  • Track 5-1Anesthetic Agents
  • Track 5-2Dental Nerves
  • Track 5-3Single Tooth Anesthesia System
  • Track 5-4Pre-Dental Surgery
  • Track 5-5Oral Care

The uncontrollable growth of cells that invade and cause damage to the surrounding tissue in the oral cavity is called oral cancer. Oral cancer occurs anywhere in the mouth, on the surface of the tongue, the lips, inside the cheek, in the gums, in the roof and floor of the mouth, in the tonsils, and in the salivary glands. If we worry towards its symptoms, at an early stage it includes red or white patches and a non- healing mouth ulcer. At the last stage, it will spread throughout the oral cavity. Removal of cancerous cells from the oral cavity can be decided based on the stages of the cancerous cells. Consumption of tobacco, intake of alcohol may lead to oral cancer. Many treatment methods have been introduced such as Tumour resection are preferred for the removal of the tumour region.

  • Track 6-1Source of Oral Cancer
  • Track 6-2Diagnosis of Oral Cancer
  • Track 6-3Complications in Oral Cancer
  • Track 6-4Chemotherapy and Radiation Therapy
  • Track 6-5Prevention and Management of Oral Cancer

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry which includes the science and treatment of tooth anomaly, improper nibbles and facial developments. Orthodontics also consists of treating and controlling various aspects of facial growth and the shape and development of the jaw. Orthodontic implants have become a reliable approach in orthodontic practice for providing temporary additional anchorage.

  • Track 7-1Interceptive Orthodontics
  • Track 7-2Technologies in Orthodontics
  • Track 7-3Implants in Orthodontics
  • Track 7-4Recent Advances in Orthodontics
  • Track 7-5Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Cosmetic Dentistry is a branch of dentistry which gives significance in shape, size and positioning of the teeth which increases the aesthetic appearances of the individual’s teeth. It primarily focuses on development of dental aesthetics in colour, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. The Cosmetic Dentistry treatments can be used to straighten teeth whitening, full mouth reconstruction and smile makeover. Cosmetic treatments include crowns, bridges, fillings, dentures, dental implants, bonding, veneers and tooth whitening.

 

  • Track 8-1Teeth Whitening
  • Track 8-2Dental Veneers
  • Track 8-3Dental Crown
  • Track 8-4Restorative Materials
  • Track 8-5Inlays and Onlays

Oral health is not separate from general health, but maintaining oral health is difficult and different in old age. Geriatric Dentistry or Geriodontics is the branch of dentistry which deals with the delivery of dental care to older adults involving diagnosis, prevention, management and treatment of problems associated with age related diseases.

 

  • Track 9-1Dental Health of Geriatric Patient
  • Track 9-2Oral Health Changes in Geriatric Patient
  • Track 9-3Ageing and Periodontal Disease
  • Track 9-4Management of Geriatric Patients
  • Track 9-5Tooth Wear

Maxillofacial Radiology is the specialty of dentistry and discipline of radiology concerned with the production and interpretation of radiographic images, including CT and MRI scans that are used for the diagnosis of diseases, disorders and conditions of the mouth, face and jaws. Technology in the field of radiology is changing so quickly that practitioners like oral and maxillofacial radiologists are pioneers in a constantly evolving field of practice. Recent innovations in oral and maxillofacial surgery include trans-oral robotic surgery and titanium miniplates in the field of guided maxillofacial surgery.

  • Track 10-1Maxillofacial Regeneration
  • Track 10-2Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 10-3Dento-maxillofacial radiology
  • Track 10-4Craniomaxillofacial Trauma
  • Track 10-5Management of Facial Fracture

Restorative dentistry is a branch of dentistry dealing with those dental materials that can replace dental hard tissues in oral environment level to maintain physical function and aesthetic loss by disease processes. Restorative dentistry mainly encircles the dental specialties of Periodontics, Endodontics and Prosthodontics. Its foundation is highly based upon the interaction of these specialties in cases requiring complex, multi-faceted care.

  • Track 11-1Types of Dental Restorations
  • Track 11-2Dentures
  • Track 11-3Porcelain Crowns & Fixed Bridges
  • Track 11-4Root Canal Therapy
  • Track 11-5Amalgam-Silver Dental Fillings

Dental fractures are referred to as dental trauma or injury in oral cavity nearby soft tissues such as the lips, tongue, etc. It is more common in younger people and more frequent in male than females. Fractures are classified into different types. People with cracked tooth syndrome or irritation, when biting the food, or when teeth are exposed to hot or cold temperatures. The pain or discomfort will not be constant, as with a cavity. Among those, many people with cracked tooth syndrome have symptoms for several months because it’s one of the most difficult dental problems to diagnose. There are many different methods for diagnosis and detection of cracks present in the oral cavity. Some of the methods are first is to check the complete oral examination, dental history, radiograph and the use of a fiber optic handpiece. People with a history of a cracked tooth are possible to have other dental related disease or either at the same time or may be in the future.

  • Track 12-1Types of Dental Fractures
  • Track 12-2Dental Avulsion
  • Track 12-3Dental Subluxation
  • Track 12-4Dental Intrusion
  • Track 12-5Traumatic Dental Injuries

Forensic dentistry or Forensic Odontology is the examination and assessment of dental confirmation, which will be then used as the recognizable proof against the individual to solve the criminal cases. That is the examination and assessment of dental confirmation like nibble marks and so forth., to exhibit in light of a legitimate concern for equity. Legal dental specialists are in charge of appraisal of chomp check wounds, ID of mass fatalities, teeth age estimation.

  • Track 13-1DNA Technology in Forensic Dentistry
  • Track 13-2Dental Anthropology
  • Track 13-3Bite Mark Analysis
  • Track 13-4Cheiloscopy
  • Track 13-5Evolving Trends in Forensic Dentistry

The digital revolution that is transforming each and every aspect of our world is also impacting dentistry and medicine in a multitude of ways. The use of digital dentistry can make carrying out dental procedures more efficient than using mechanical tools, both for restorative as well as diagnostic purposes. Now-a-days digital dentistry is used to facilitate dental treatments and propose new ways to meet rising patient demands.

  • Track 14-1Intraoral cameras
  • Track 14-2CAD/ CAM in dentistry
  • Track 14-3Dental Lasers
  • Track 14-4Virtual and Augmented reality
  • Track 14-5Digital Dentistry: advancement and its near future

Pediatric Dentistry is the practice, teaching and research into the comprehensive and therapeutic oral health care for children from birth to adolescence. Dental Care for children is a must in order to maintain their future dental health. Pediatric Dentistry is unlike any other dental specialty in that it covers all aspects of oral health care for children such as restorative care (including endodontic treatment and prosthetics), minor oral surgery procedures, and interceptive orthodontics. Pediatric dental care safeguards Children’s primary teeth stay strong and free of decay and other dental illnesses.

  • Track 15-1Tooth Development
  • Track 15-2Pedodontology
  • Track 15-3Paediatric Dental Care
  • Track 15-4Prenatal Dental Care
  • Track 15-5Paediatric Crowns

Periodontics is the dental specialty targeting completely on the inflammatory disease that destroys the gums and other supporting structures around the teeth. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which consists of gingiva, alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. Periodontists treat cases ranging from mild gingivitis to more severe periodontitis, such as scaling and root planning, root surface debridement, and regenerative procedures. Periodontists can also perform surgical procedures for patients gum disease.

  • Track 16-1Gingival and Periodontal Diseases
  • Track 16-2Diagnostic Methods
  • Track 16-3Non Surgical and Surgical Procedures
  • Track 16-4Peri-Implantitis
  • Track 16-5Regenerative Procedures

Prosthodontics otherwise called Dental Prosthetics or Prosthetic Dentistry primarily concerned with the replacement of lost or damaged teeth. Prosthodontics have a fantastic comprehension of dental research center techniques, and they work intimately with dental professionals to guarantee that every specially designed prosthesis is alluring and agreeable for the patient. They can likewise perform screenings for oral disease and analyze and treat temporomandibular joint issue (TMD) and obstructive rest apnea (OSA).

  • Track 17-1Science of Prosthodontics
  • Track 17-2Diagnosis of Various Conditions
  • Track 17-3Treatment Modalities
  • Track 17-4Recent Trends in Prosthodontics
  • Track 17-5Pros and Cons of Prosthesis

Endodontics is a field of dentistry concerned with the dental pulp and tissues surrounding the roots of a tooth. The study and practice of endodontics includes the biology of the normal pulp, crown, root and peri-radicular tissues and the etiology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries that affect these tissues. Root canal therapy is one of the common procedures followed in endodontic treatments. Also includes treatment of cracked teeth and dental trauma. Endodontic treatment is done to save the teeth from diseased dental pulp.

  • Track 18-1Endodontic Retreatment
  • Track 18-2Endodontic Surgery
  • Track 18-3Traumatic Dental Injuries
  • Track 18-4Role in Dental Treatments
  • Track 18-5Devices used in Endodontics

Preventive Dentistry is the practice for offering you some help with keeping a strong tooth. This helps to avoid cavities, gum disease, enamel wear and other oral health related problems. Preventive dentistry prevents people from evolving dental problems later. In Children’s, preventive dentistry allows their newly developing adult teeth to come in strong and healthy. Preventive Dentistry plays a major role in the day-to-day life of every individual.

  • Track 19-1Balanced Diet
  • Track 19-2Healthy Practices
  • Track 19-3Prevention of Dental Caries and Oral Disease
  • Track 19-4Maintenance of Oral Health
  • Track 19-5Benefits of Preventive Dentistry

Dental biomaterials integrate the normal tissues and biocompatible manufactured materials that are utilized to re-establish rotted, harmed or cracked teeth. Regular dental tissues incorporate polish, dentin, cementum, bone, and other intraoral tissues. Distinctive kinds of dental biomaterials have been created to treat the dental tissue. Biomaterials ought to have the qualities of soundness and biocompatibility to change in the oral condition. Different types of dental biomaterials have been used and its characteristics vary according to their intended purpose.

  • Track 20-1Historical Fillings
  • Track 20-2Biopolymers
  • Track 20-3Dental Amalgam
  • Track 20-4Lining Materials
  • Track 20-5Applications of Dental Biomaterials