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Conference: November 03-04, 2017
Hands-On Courses: 01-05 November 2017
35 CE Credits attainable during 5 days

Poster Presentations

Dr. Dalia  Hisham Kokash, Jordan
Dr. Dalia Hisham Kokash, Jordan
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    Dalia is in her 5th year of completing her Doctor Degree of Dental Medicine (DMD) from Gulf Medical University (GMU) in UAE. She is a Member of Gulf Dental Students & Young Dentists Association (GDSA). Dalia’s career objective is To start a career with a well-known hospital / clinic where I could serve people and grow with the organization.
  • Poster Presentation: Full mouth rehabilitation, Case presentation
    The all-ceramic crowns when they are properly planned and fabricated have proven to have satisfactory esthetic results superior to other restorative materials with long term duration, so as the PFM bridges. This case was done in order to improve the esthetics of the patient anterior teeth and to restore missing teeth in the posterior side of the patient’s mouth using laminate veneer porcelain and fixed prosthodontics appliance respectively. A 23-year-old male patient was treated in the dental clinic for complaining about the appearance of his anterior teeth and difficulty in mastication in the lower right posterior area. Periodontal procedures were done to treat the upper anterior surfaces buccally, to bring out the esthetic appearance in the anterior region in a satisfactory manner. Periodontal procedures were performed in other areas wherever required to bring out the necessary recommendations. Before the fabrication of new restorations, a mock-up was conducted to verify the patient's satisfaction. A ceramist conducted all the fabrication process so that surface characterizations could be visually verified and the appearance of natural tooth could be reproduced. After the cementation procedure, the patient reported being satisfied with the appearance of the new restorations. Based on the clinical findings of the present case report, it can be concluded that the Periodontal procedures has improved the esthetic appearance of the patient, and reproduction of the esthetic appearance of natural teeth and the visualization of the final results before definitive procedures are essential to obtain the clinical success.
  • Poster Presentation: Rehabilitation of a dental patient: A Case Report Esthetic Appearance of All-Ceramic Restorations on Anterior Teeth
    The porcelain laminate veneers and all-ceramic crowns when they are properly planned and fabricated, have proven to have satisfactory esthetic results superior to other restorative materials with long term duration, so as the PFM bridges. This case was done in order to improve the esthetics of the patient anterior teeth and to restore missing teeth in the posterior side of the patient’s mouth using laminate veneer porcelain and fixed prosthodontics appliance respectively. A 29-year-old male patient was admitted to the dental clinic complaining about the appearance of his anterior teeth and difficulty in mastication in the lower right posterior area. Before the fabrication of new restorations, a mock-up was conducted to verify the patient's satisfaction. A ceramist conducted all the fabrication process so that surface characterizations could be visually verified and the appearance of natural tooth could be reproduced. After the cementation procedure, the patient reported being satisfied with the appearance of the new restorations. Based on the clinical findings of the present case report, it can be concluded that the reproduction of the esthetic appearance of natural teeth and the visualization of the final results before definitive procedures are essential to obtain the clinical success.
Dr Amany Moussa, Egypt
Dr. Amany Moussa, Egypt
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    Dr. Amany graduated from MUST university in 2004. She has received Master Degree in Periodontology, Oral Medicine, Implantology at the Faculty of Dentistry in Cairo University in 2013. Dr Amany participated in fellowship in LASER in dentistry from Genova University in 2016. Additionally, she is an official team member at DSD (Digital Smile Design). Dr Amany is Periodontist and LASER Dentist at Air-Force Specialized Hospital since 2015 and Clinical Advisor at Compass Company (PLANMECA & Biolase agent in EGYPT) since 2016.
  • Poster Presentation: Role of Digital Dentistry in Rehab of Patients Seeking Esthetic treatment
    Role of Digital Dentistry in Rehab of Patients seeking Esthetic Treatment (A Clinical Case Report). Abstract: Dental treatment planning it's very important as it help in visualizing the desired outcomes. And it helps too in formulating the steps required to achieve this result and the recent advances in digital dental technologies provides many features and advantages that helps a lot in the diagnostic and dental treatment planning. We represented a case of 22 years old woman who suffered from missing anterior after a car accident and besides she was never satisfied with her smile. We started our first clinical treatment two years ago we did a traumatic extraction for the upper centrals using Perio toned. And then we did immediate implant placement for one central in addition of putting bone grafting around the implant, and for the other central we did a socket preservation using a PRF and collagen membrane placement. After 9 month we did the following: CBCT, 2D& 3D smile Design, Mockup, computer guided implant surgery, CADCAM dental prosthetics and LASER technology. Outcome: the esthetic rehab was successful because of the predictability of the outcomes of the digital dentistry which helped in increasing patient satisfaction and her involvement of the decision making. Keywords: case report, digital dentistry, CBCT, CADCAM, smile design, periodontal surgery, computerized guided surgery, LASER
Dr. Hassan Koshak, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Dr. Hassan Koshak, Saudi Arabia
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    His objective is to work to find himself in one of the field of dentistry in which he can be creative and introduce new ideas. He is pursuing career in dental institute that allows him to express himself. Since January 2017, Dr Hassan is Periodontist and Implantologist, Head of The Dental Department and Dental Educator at Comprehensive Specialized Polyclinic, Ministry of Interior Security Forces Medical Services in Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Dr Hassan has received his Master Degree at Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy 2009-2012 in Riyadh. He is a member of European Association for Osseointegration (since 2016), International Association for Dental Research (IADR) (since 2012), The Saudi Dental Society (Since 2000) and Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (since 2006).
  • Poster Presentation: Is alveolar ridge can be completely preserved by Socket Shield Technique (SST)? A case report
    Tooth extraction is usually followed by partial resorption of the residual alveolar ridge. Different techniques such as ridge preservation procedure have been proposed to maintain the ridge dimension. However, applying these methods to extraction sockets could not completely preserve the coronal part of facial bone walls which were comprised almost entirely of bundle bone. Case report: A 45-year-old woman with non-contributory medical history presented to our clinic with non-restorable tooth #23, which doesn’t have any periapical or periodontal pathology. After clinical and radiographical assessment, computed tomography (CBCT), indicated insufficient width of buccal bone plate therefore socket shield technique was planned for simultaneous immediate implant placement (Straumann 4.1x12 RN) with immediate provisionalization crown. Initial follow up after two weeks, then after 2 months final restoration by screw retained crown inserted. After 6 and 12 months of loading follow up by using CBTC, for evaluation bone remodeling and clinical evaluation of soft tissue changes around implants. Results: Two weeks follow up revealed the healing was uneventful, and after 6 and 12 months the clinical and (CBCT) revealed, that retaining root fragment adjacent to the buccal crestal bone and placing an implant engaged to the palatal socket wall immediately are able to maintain the contour of the ridge. And the implant can achieve osseointegration without any inflammation at peri-implant tissue and also soft tissue contour preserved. Conclusion: After one year follow up, SST can prevent soft and hard tissue changes can be happens during healing of alveolar socket after tooth extraction. However, using SST as routine clinical practice stile need to higher level of evidence.
Dr. Omar Ghulam, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Omar Ghulam, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Omar received his Bachelor's Degree of Oral and Dental Medicine and Surgery from Faculty of Oral and Dental Medicine from Cairo University in May 2013. He has completed a medical training in departments of Orthodontic, Removable Prosthodontics, X-Ray, Pedodontic & Oral Hygiene, Oral Medicine, Periodontology & Oral Diagnosis, Fixed Prosthodontics, Oral Surgery and Endodontics.
  • Poster Presentation: A cross-sectional study correlating overhangs, secondary caries and restoration types
    Aim: To assess the correlation between overhanging dental restorations (ODRs), secondary caries lesions (SCLs) and restoration type. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted at the National Guard Hospital in Madinah, Saudi Arabia. Screening was performed for radiographic records of 1388 dental attendees between May 2014 and August 2016. Individuals with one or more proximal restorations were included. Descriptive statistics and Spearman’s correlation between ODRs, SCLs and different restoration types were performed. p≤0.05 was considered statistically significant. SPSS® statistical software version 20.0 was used. Results: In total, 502 patients (mean age 38±13 years with equal gender distribution) were included. Out of 1112 proximal restorations, 19 were temporary fillings, 21 glass ionomer cements, 489 amalgams, 566 composites, 18 Crowns and 8 were bridge pontics. Overall, 322 had ODRs (prevalence =36%), while 336 had SCLs (prevalence =38%). ODRs were highly correlated with amalgam restorations (correlation coefficient =0.6, p<0.001), while SCLs were highly correlated with composite restorations (correlation coefficient =0.6, p<0.001). No such correlations were observed between ODRs, SCLs and any of the remaining restoration types or materials.

    Conclusion: Within the study limits, ODRs were correlated with amalgam restorations, while SCLs were correlated with composite restorations.
Dr Khalidh Khalid Alrabghi, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Khalidh Khalid Alrabghi, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Khalidh has received his Bachelor Degree in Dental medicine & Surgery (BDS) in 2017. He has followed his internship at program at King Abdul-Aziz University Faculty of Dentistry and Al-Farabi College for Dentistry and Nursing, Jeddah, KSA.
  • Poster Presentation: The prevalence of Self-Reported Sleep Bruxism Among Dental Students and Dental Interns in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
    This study aimed to assess the prevalence of sleep and awake bruxism among undergraduate dental student in Saudi Arabia. Method: A cross sectional study was conducted on 241 dental students and interns. Self-administrated questionnaire was used, that contains Pittsburgh sleep questionnaire of sleep quality index, and bruxism questionnaire. Result: 41.7 % of the participants had awake bruxism, and 27.3% had sleep bruxism. There is no relationship between sleeping pattern and bruxism. Only awake bruxism was higher significantly among female. Conclusion: High percentage of students had bruxism. Sleep pattern does not affect bruxism among dental students and interns in Jeddah.
Dr Wejdan Salman, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Wejdan Salman, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Wejdan is General Dentist and graduated from Alfarabi College in 2017 in Jeddah, KSA. Dr Wejdan has followed the internship was in King Abdulaziz university hospital ,King Fahad General Hospital (Maxillofacial Department) and Alfarabi college clinics.
  • Poster Presentation: The knowledge and Attitude of Emergency Management of Dento-Alveolar Trauma Among Dental Practitioners in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia
    The knowledge and Attitude of Emergency Management of Dento-Alveolar Trauma Among Dental Practitioners in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia Dento-alveolar trauma is a common worldwide problem for both children and adults. This study aimed to evaluate the level of knowledge of dental practitioners and dental interns about the emergency management of traumatic dental injuries in the Makkah province, Saudi Arabia. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 300 dental practitioners and interns in the Makkah province. Data was collected through a validated, self-administrated questionnaire, adopted from a previous study with modification. It contained 6 case scenarios, with 11 questions. SPSS V.21 was used for data analysis. Descriptive and inferential analyses (T-test and linear regression) were performed. The mean level of knowledge was 6.59 (SD 2.23) out of a possible 11. Dental practitioners (53.3%) had an overall mean of 7.37 (SD 1.85), which was significantly higher than the dental interns’ (46.7%) mean score of 5.74 (SD 2.22), (p<0.001). Participants studying in governmental faculties had significantly higher scores than those attending private faculties. Score variations according to gender were not statistically significant. Dentists in the Makkah province seem to have a middling level of knowledge about dento-alveolar trauma. We recommend reinforcing dentists’ and dental interns’ knowledge about this topic, using continuous medical education and training.
Dr. Razan AlMehman, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Razan AlMehman, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Razan has received the Bachelor Degree in Dental Medicine and Surgery with second honorary degree from Alfarabi Private College. Dr Razan has followed the internship was in King Abdulaziz University Hospital, King Abdulaziz Medical City NGH jeddah, King Fahad General Hospital and Alfarabi Private College Clinic.
  • Poster Presentation: The knowledge and Attitude of Emergency Management of Dento-Alveolar Trauma Among Dental Practitioners in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia
    The knowledge and Attitude of Emergency Management of Dento-Alveolar Trauma Among Dental Practitioners in Makkah Province, Saudi Arabia Dento-alveolar trauma is a common worldwide problem for both children and adults. This study aimed to evaluate the level of knowledge of dental practitioners and dental interns about the emergency management of traumatic dental injuries in the Makkah province, Saudi Arabia. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 300 dental practitioners and interns in the Makkah province. Data was collected through a validated, self-administrated questionnaire, adopted from a previous study with modification. It contained 6 case scenarios, with 11 questions. SPSS V.21 was used for data analysis. Descriptive and inferential analyses (T-test and linear regression) were performed. The mean level of knowledge was 6.59 (SD 2.23) out of a possible 11. Dental practitioners (53.3%) had an overall mean of 7.37 (SD 1.85), which was significantly higher than the dental interns’ (46.7%) mean score of 5.74 (SD 2.22), (p<0.001). Participants studying in governmental faculties had significantly higher scores than those attending private faculties. Score variations according to gender were not statistically significant. Dentists in the Makkah province seem to have a middling level of knowledge about dento-alveolar trauma. We recommend reinforcing dentists’ and dental interns’ knowledge about this topic, using continuous medical education and training.
Dr. Kholood Al-Hammad, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Kholood Al-Hammad, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Kholood Al Hammad B.D.S 1 Mr. Moneer S. Zakaria Seniour Occupation therapist 2 Dr.Hesham M. Al Dhalaan, MD, CFAR Director 2 Prof. Hezekiah A. Mosadomi, DMD RCDP Research Center Director. 1 1. (RCDP) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy 2. (CFAR)Center for Autism Research, King Faisal Specialist hospital I am RCDP Graduate and i become a General Dentist at AGH.
  • Poster Presentation: Oral Health Care and Challenges Facing Dentists and Families of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in Dental Clinics in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)
    Children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) exhibit a wide range of medical and behavioral symptoms, which makes routine dental care very difficult for them Aims: Our research aims to highlight the challenges facing dentists and families of children with ASD in dental clinics in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). A limited number of research studies focus on these issues in KSA The purpose of this study was identifying the difficulties that professionals and families of individuals with ASD encounter during oral healthcare and dental treatment, and the effect of nutrition and activity of daily living routines, as well as the medical condition on their oral health situation Materials and Methods: 475 self-administered, personal interviews, and online questionnaires were collected from dentists and families from the main five regions of KSA. Results: The data analysis revealed that 85% of the families are suffering from finding dental clinics that accept their children case and 51.8% reported that their children had been rejected from treatment by dentists. 75% of dentists reported that they did not have, or they don’t know if they have protocol, to deal with ASD patients in their clinics. Moreover, 64% of dentists reported that they have minimal knowledge about ASD. The ASD populations suffer from gingivitis and periodontitis more than others. Conclusion: In conclusion, the study showed lack of oral health awareness among professionals and families, in addition to lack in dental experience in dealing with ASD individuals and shortage in specialized dental clinic for ASD patients Key Words: Autism, Saudi Arabia, Oral Hygiene Practices, Dental Challenges, and ASD Costs.
Dr. Viraj Ganesan
Dr. Mohsen Aljabri, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Mohsen received his Bachelor Degree of Dental Medicine & Surgery (B.D.S), Faculty of Dentistry, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia in 2016.
  • Poster Presentation: Caffeine Consumption Among Dental Students in Umm Al-Qura University
    Introduction Caffeine is a CNS stimulant. It is rapidly and completely absorbed after oral administration and undergoes hepatic metabolism. In large doses, caffeine exerts an excitatory effect on the CNS that is manifested by tremor, anxiety, irritability and restlessness, and interference with sleep. 1 Objective Evaluate the awareness of dental students regarding caffeine drinks and their pattern and reason for energy drinks consumption. Material and method A cross sectional study conducted at (UQUDENT). Results Among 200 dental participants, Caffeine drinks users were 80.5% (n=161) and non-users were 19.5% (n=39). With 60% (n=97) being males. Conclusion The prevalence was high, especially during examinations period and for social prestige. The feeling of tremor, anxiety, irritability and restlessness due to exposure to large dose of caffeine is not uncommon.
Dr. Abdullah Jameel
Dr. Abdullah Jameel, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Abdullah accomplished the Bachelor of Dental Medicine and Surgery, B.D.S from Umm Al-Qura University Collage of Dentistry (UQUDent), Makkah, Saudi Arabia in 2016. Since 2011 to present DR Abduallh is a member of Maswekha Team (Maswekha is an awareness program that aims to educate the community about the right way to use “Miswak” ,its benefits and the relation of Miswak to the oral health status among Saudi population).
  • Poster Presentation: Effect of Different Disinfection Materials on Dimensional Changes of Impression Material
    The responsibility of the dentist to prevent cross-infection in their field is considered nowadays as one of the main goals in dentistry. Dental impressions consist of taking into the mouth a material able to register the form and relations of the teeth and surrounding oral tissues so it is desired to be dimensionally stable. In this procedure, the material has contact with sources of contamination. There are two factors to be considered when choosing a disinfectant; first, its ability to remove microorganism from impression and second that its effect on the poured cast. Objective: The present study was conducted to evaluate the effect of disinfectant on the dimensional stability of impression material. MATERIALS AND METHODS 1- selection of the model: - A partially edentulous model representing a maxillary class III modification II Kennedy classification has been selected. - Relief wax of 1.5 mm had applied on the whole surface of the model to act as spacer, four windows opened in the palatal area to act as stopper. - Duplication of relieved model was done using silicone rubber material. - A model was produced from the duplicated impression by pouring stone. 2- construction of special tray: - Twenty oneself acrylic resin custom trays were constructed on the stone cast. 3- Taking impressions: The impression had taken by rubber base material (regular body) then they were divided into 3 equal groups, each group contain 7 impressions. - Group 1 is the standard (control) without disinfection (by running water). - Group 2 were immersed by MD 520 (glutaraldehyde) for 5 minutes. - Group 3 were immersed in sodium hypochlorite 5.25% for 10 min. Then, impressions were poured in dental lab to construct 21 casts. Poured casts were examined using Coordinate measuring machine (CMM). RESULT AND CONCLUSION: Both materials used showed no significant changes in the dimensions of the produced casts, so glutaraldehyde and sodium hypochlorite can be safely used for disinfecting the rubber base impression material within the limitation of this study.
Dr. Ola Sheiko
Dr. Ola Sheiko, Saudi Arabia
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    Qualification BDS (2015), Faculty of Dentistry, Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah, Saudi Arabia. In 2017 Dr. Ola was an organizer in The 1st Annual Saudi Interventional Radiology Society, Park Hyatt, Jeddah.
  • Poster Presentation: Effectiveness of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) on Children’s Oral Health Status
    The picture exchange communication system (PECS) is a communication system that was developed for children with autism. The PECS system consists of a series of pictures that shows a structured methods and techniques for oral hygiene enhancement and proper dental care. Aim: To evaluate the effectiveness of using Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) in motivating healthy children to improve their oral hygiene condition. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in Umm Al-Qura University Dental Clinics in Makkah. A total of 45 healthy children were included in the study. Patients were divided according to their age into three groups. Group I: age range from 4-to less than 6-years, Group II: from 6-to less than 9-years, and Group III: from 9-to less than 12-year-old. At the first visit, participants' guardians were kindly requested to complete the questionnaire focusing on the oral hygiene habits of the child. Proper oral hygiene instructions were comprehensively explained using the PECS cards then handed to each patient in order to post them to act as a reminder every time they brush with the correct steps of oral hygiene. The Gingival Index (GI) was assessed at the first visit and after one month follow up to estimate the gingival condition and the Plaque Index (PI) was used to assess the amount of accumulated plaque deposits on the teeth surfaces. Results: In regards the gingival index, participants in group 1 showed the best response with a very high statistically significant decrease in gingival inflammation score. Participants in group 2 showed less response and participants in group 3 showed statistically significant decrease in the gingival inflammation score in the re-evaluation assessment. The results of plaque index assessment among the groups shows that participants in group 1 showed very high statistically significant decrease in plaque index score. Moreover, Participants in group 2 showed reduced plaque index score in the re-evaluation assessment, while the best response was found in group 3 as they showed extreme statistically significant decrease in plaque index score. Most of the participants or their guardians revealed that PECS presented a useful method in enhancing the adherence to proper oral hygiene. Furthermore, almost all of the participants’ parents reported that they will continue using PECS. Conclusion: PECS is an effective method to motivate healthy children to improve their oral hygiene.
Dr. Nouf Saud AlShaalan
Dr. Nouf Saud AlShaalan, Saudi Arabia
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    Currently Dr Nouf is a GP at King Saud University and is interested in research.
  • Poster Presentation: The Effect of Salivary pH on Color Stability, Surface Roughness and Monomer Leakage of Different Acrylic Resin Materials
    To evaluate the effect of different salivary pH values on the color stability, surface roughness and monomer leakage of heat cure, light cure and CAD/CAM denture acrylic materials. Material and Methods: Three groups of 30 discs were fabricated from Heat-cure, Light-cure, and CAD/CAM acrylic materials. The color (ΔE) and surface roughness (Sa) were measure prior to the conduction of the experiment using a Reflectance Spectrophotometer and non-contacting Profile-meter respectively. All the acrylic samples were subjected to brushing and thermocycling according to a standardized protocol. The discs of each acrylic material were immersed and incubated in 3 salivary solutions with different pH values (acidic 5.7, neutral 7 and basic 8.3) for 30 days after which the color and surface roughness readings were recorded again. The amount of the leaked monomer (uV.sec) into the storage saliva from each group was recorded using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). Results: Both acrylic material’s type and salivary pH value have a significant effect on color stability (ΔE), surface roughness (Sa), and monomer leakage (uV.sec). both heat cure and CAD/ CAM acrylic material exhibited a clinically acceptable color values (ΔE < 3.3) regardless of the salivary pH value it was soaked in. CAD/CAM acrylic material exhibited the least amount of surface roughness following soaking in different salivary pH values. Acidic salivary pH value caused most amount of monomer leakage among the different acrylic materials. Heat cure acrylic exhibited the least amount of monomer leakage. Conclusion: The newly introduced CAD/CAM acrylic material might be the material of choice to construct dentures for patients known to have acidic dietary intake, since it demonstrated clinically acceptable color stability and lower surface roughness values in comparison to the other denture acrylic materials. However, in-lab immersing of CAD/CAM acrylic material in acidic solutions might be a valid way to provoke monomer leakage prior to delivering the newly constructed denture to the patient. Keywords: Denture Acrylic, Salivary pH, Color Stability, Surface Roughness, Monomer Leakage.
Dr. Baher Tarik
Dr. Baher Tarik, Pakistan
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    Currently Dr Baher is working as a House Officer at University College of Dentistry Lahore, Pakistan and is a Dentist at Dental Habitat Clinic Lahore, Pakistan.
  • Poster Presentation: Understanding the Importance of Laboratory Authorisation Form: Perception of Communication
    Understanding the importance of lab authorisation form; Perception of communication Introduction For the success of treatment there should be a healthy communication between the dentist and laboratory technician. The ideal communication exists when the lab technician will see the patient through the eyes of the dentist which will be possible with the help of lab authorisation form. Which is a legal permit from the dentist to the lab technician which consists of the hand-written instructions that is of material to be used, the texture and type of prosthesis Aims and Objectives The aim of the study was the Perception of communication of a house officer and laboratory technician. The main objective was to identify and analyse the technical requirements of the points of communication.
Dr. Viraj Ganesan
Dr. Viraj Ganesan, India
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    Dr. Viraj Ganesan is a BDS graduate from Sri Ramachandra University, India and has completed his internship in the same institution. He is interested in the latest innovations in dentistry.
  • Poster Presentation: The inside story - CBCT
    Diagnosis and treatment planning are the most important aspects of dentistry. Imaging is an important diagnostic adjunct to the clinical assessment of the dental patient. The advent of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) has revolutionized dentistry with the introduction of a three-dimensional imaging approach. This digital imaging method gives the dentist the power to visualize structures not visible to the naked eye, such as the alveolar bone architecture and root orientation. The aim of this poster is to highlight the various applications of CBCT and emphasize its importance in the dental field.
Assoc. Prof. Dr E. Alper Sinanoglu
Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Alper Sinanoglu, Turkey
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    Assoc. Prof. Dr. E. Alper Sinanoglu received his PhD degree in 2007 from Marmara University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology, Istanbul. Since 2009, he has been working at Kocaeli University Faculty of Dentistry as the head of the Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Department. He acquired his Associate Professor degree in 2017. He is a lecturer in University and author/co-author in various international publications. His research interests are Oral Medicine, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Digital Imaging and Oral Pathology.
  • Poster Presentation: Rehabilitation of Amelogenesis Imperfecta: Report of Four-Year Follow-Up
    Amelogenesis Imperfecta (AI) is a rare genetic defect in enamel mineralization and organic matrix formation which is characterized by heterogeneity in clinical symptoms, histological appearance, and genetic inheritance. In this report, diagnosis of a patient exhibiting hypoplastic autosomal dominant type AI and the conservative and minimally invasive treatment approach using two different nanocomposites is presented. The patient was followed up for a period of four years with acceptable outcome. As a result, this contemporary restorative system is a conservative and successful treatment option. Rehabilitation with direct resin restorations is not only an inexpensive treatment choice, but also a more conservative technique that reduces the amount of preparation.
Dr. Ruchi Avlani
Dr. Ruchi Avlani, India
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    Dr. Ruchi received the Bachelor Degree of Dental Surgery (B.D.S) from A.J Institute of Dental Sciences, Mangalore, Karnataka in India. Studying Forensic Odontology, from International Forensic Science in Pune. From June 2014 to June 2015 Dr Ruchi was a General Dentist at the Seema Dental Care.
  • Poster Presentation: Perception of Donation of Teeth to Science among Dentists and Patients at a Tertiary Care Hospital in India
    Perception of donation of teeth to science among dentists and patients at a tertiary care hospital in India. Submission type: Original paper (Scientific submission) Topic area: Dental Ethics Introduction Extracted teeth are waste human tissues which can be used for biomedical research. Objective To evaluate perception of teeth donation to science among dentists and patients at tertiary care hospital. Methods A total of 121 dentists and 129 patients completed16 question questionnaires at tertiary care hospital. Results 20% and 70% of dentists and patients respectively considered that once tooth is extracted, it doesn’t belong to them. Only 1% and 4% of dentists and patients, thought there is a need for guidelines to use waste human tissue. Conclusion Education should be provided to all dentists about process of consent for extraction of teeth.
Dr. Arjun Hegde
Dr. Arjun Hegde, India
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    Dr. Arjun received his Master of Dental Surgery (MDS) in Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics in 2016 from Yenepoya University, Mangalore, Karnataka. Between 2016-2017 Dr Arjun was Assistant Professor at the Srinivas Institute of Dental Sciences, Mukka. He taught Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics. Currently Dr Arjun is Assistant Professor at the Melaka Manipal Medical College, Manipal.
  • Poster Presentation: Comparative Evaluation of Different Concentrations of Carbamide Peroxide during Bleaching on Enamel Surface Roughness as an Effect of Delayed Tooth Brushing
    The aim of this study is to evaluate enamel surface roughness during bleaching with different concentrations of carbamide peroxide as an effect of delayed toothbrushing.
    Materials & Methods: Enamel samples (n=180) were prepared from 90 permanent extracted human premolars. The samples were divided into three groups (n=60) based on 3 percentages of carbamide peroxide-15%,25%,35%. Each group was further divided into 3 subgroups (n=20)-A,B,C. The initial surface roughness was evaluated using the stylus profilometer. The bleaching, brushing & rinsing procedures continued for 21 days in all the groups. At the end of this period, the surface roughness values of the specimens were once again measured.
    Result: The results showed that the differences in the means of the surface roughness values before and after intervention showed significant differences between all three groups under study (p<0.001).
    Conclusion: Among the different concentrations of bleaching agents available today, it is always better and safer to use bleaching agents with lower concentrations. And delaying the oral hygiene procedures after bleaching should always be considered to help in achieving better results.

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