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Conference: November 09-10, 2018
Intercontinental Hotel
Dubai, UAE

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Poster Presentations

Dr. Mohamed Mustafa Elfurgany, Libya
Dr. Mohamed Mustafa Elfurgany, Libya
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    Dr. Mohamed Mustafa El-Farjani is a Bachelor of Dentistry from Ain Shams University / Egypt. He have a Master's degree in Dental Treatment from Ain Shams University / Egypt and he is a member of the American Dental Association. Dental roots from the University of Alexandria, Egypt. He obtained an Italian Fellowship in Laser Dental Treatment from Genoa University. Dr. Mustafa El-Farjani obtained a Master's Degree in Laser Dentistry from the Libyan Council of Specialties and obtained an Italian-Egyptian Fellowship in Laser Dental Treatment from the University of Egypt. Science and Technology / Egypt He is a member of the American Dental Association in laser dentistry and he have obtained the degree of specialization in the treatment of teeth in soft tissue and received a certificate of thanks and appreciation from the Libyan Embassy in Cairo to obtain a fellowship degree from the University of Egypt for Science and Technology in the treatment of laser teeth Professional Dentist Diploma in Dental Implantology from Oxford College English / England Obtained membership in the American Society of Implant Dentistry Member of the Royal English Society of Dentistry MJDF / MFDS from GB.
  • Poster Presentation: The use of CO2 laser in oral and dental medicine
    The use of CO2 laser is a revolution in the world of dentistry because it has great benefits in this field. The co2 laser applications open the door for dentists to perform a wide range of dental and dental treatments faster and more efficiently. The dentists can use the CO2 laser brilliantly in their treatments The daily merges exquisite and precise technology, science and art to provide better patient comfort and satisfaction with the treatment provided.
Dr. Masoumah Samir Salman Qaw, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Masoumah Samir Salman Qaw, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Qaw received the Bachelors Degree in Dental Surgery from Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University (IAU) - Six year program. She has completed 3 weeks summer training in the dental hospital (College of Dentistry- Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University).
  • Poster Presentation: A Novel Approach to Improve Repair Bond Strength of Repaired Acrylic Resin: An In Vitro Study on the Shear Bond Strength
    Introduction. Repeated fracture of acrylic denture occurs at the repair joints or within the repair materials due to its weak strength. Several studies were done to improve the repair bond strength along with repair materials reinforcement. However, repair surface treatment combined with bonding agents application aren’t investigated. Therefore, this study aimed to evaluate the combination effect of mechanical surface treatment with intermediate bonding agents and ZrO2 nanoparticles (nano-ZrO2) addition to repair material on the shear bond strength (SBS) of repaired denture base. Methodology: Heat-polymerized acrylic resin was used to fabricate 130 cylindrical blocks 15 mm diameter and divided into control group without treatment (C, n=10), while the repair bonding area of remaining specimens were treated with alumina-blasting and divided into 3groups (n=40); specimens treated with alumina-blasting alone (AB), combined with silane coupling agent (AB+SCA), or with methyl methacrylate based composite bonding agent (AB+MA). Treated groups were subdivided according to nano-ZrO2 concentrations into 0%, 2.5%, 5%, and 7.5% of repair resin powder. Repair resin was applied to the bonding area and polymerized at 37°C for 10 minutes. SBS (MPa) was performed using universal testing machine. Tukey-Kramer multiple-comparison test was performed to identify the significant differences between groups (P≤0.05). Results. SBS of alumina-blasted denture base specimens with application of intermediate agents were significantly increased in comparison with control group (P<0.05), while no significant difference between AB and control group (P>0.05). Nano-ZrO2 addition significantly increased SBS except for AB, and 5%, 7.5% MA (P>0.05). Conclusion. Bonding agents applications to the alumina-blasted repair surface improved the repair bonding strength and could be used as a new adhesive method for denture repair. Moreover, nano-ZrO2 addition with surface treatment improved the repair bond strength.
Dr. Nouf Sulaiman Al Ajaji, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Nouf Sulaiman Al Ajaji, Saudi Arabia
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    Dr. Nouf received her Bachelor of Dental Surgery (B.D.S.) in 2015 College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Riyadh. Currently practicing General Practitioner Dentist at Dr. Abdulaziz Alajaji Dental Clinic at Dr. Sulaiman AlHabib Medical Group.
  • Poster Presentation: Orthodontic Treatment Need and Adolescents' Self-Perceptions of Esthetics
    The aim of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of malocclusion, and relate the normative (clinician measured) orthodontic treatment need with the self-perceived oral esthetics, and the self-perceived psychosocial impact of dental esthetics in adolescents in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Materials and Methods: A stratified, random sample of 12-15-year-old students (405 male, 517 female) from governmental and private schools in the five main areas of the city of Riyadh has been selected for this cross-sectional study. A questionnaire was administered that measures: “Self-Perceived Esthetics” with 10 photographs of the Aesthetic Component (AC) of the Index of Orthodontic Treatment Need (IOTN), Psychosocial Impact of Dental Aesthetics Questionnaire (PIDAQ), and the Oral Aesthetic Subjective Impact Scale (OASIS). Malocclusion severity assessment has been carried out clinically using the Dental Aesthetic Index (DAI). A validation of the Arabic translation of these indices was performed. Results: Among the sample, 27.1% presents with definite malocclusion, 15.4% with severe malocclusion, and 11.8% with very severe malocclusion. Adolescents in private schools had a mean DAI score that is statistically lower than those in government schools (P<0.001). Female adolescents presented with slightly more severe malocclusion, and reported less dissatisfaction with their occlusion than the males. A strong significant correlation was found between the PIDAQ and the OASIS scales (r=0.660), while the correlation between the DAI and the OASIS scores (r=0.245), and between the DAI scores and the PIDAQ scores (r=0.209) were weak but statistically significant. Conclusions: About half of the studied adolescents present with definite to very severe malocclusion, and a weak but significant correlation exists between the clinically defined (normative) need of orthodontic treatment and the subjectivity of the adolescents’ self-perception of treatment need. There is a strong correlation between the two studied scales (PIDAQ) and (OASIS) that measure the individual perception of own occlusion.
Dr. Khalid Alsheri, Saudi Arabia
Dr. Khalid Alsheri, Saudi Arabia

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