Theme : Taking Oral Health Care to the doorstep of every person in the world

Scientific Sessions

Scientific Tree invites all the Dental professionals and people interested in Dentail profession across the nations to submit their Abstracts before the deadline ends. Kindly submit your abstract. There are altogether 20 sessions on Dental profession. Chose your calling and please submit your abstract relevant to the conference or session.

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Session 1Dental Implants

Dental Implants is a complex field in dentistry and dental health. Dental implants involve inserting a foreign device into the body in the hope that would remain and functional throughout the life of a patient. But has this been as easy as said? There are multidimensional problems associated with dental implants. Any dental implant is dependent on several factors such as components involved in interrelationship include macroscopic and microscopic nature of the implant surface; biocompatibility of the implant material; the surgical technique adopted in dental implant; the status of the implant bed and the bone quality and so on. This session is going to examine the problems involved in dental implants and how to overcome it. What are the technological advances made; and how well dental implantologists are up to date with such developments on technological front are going to be discussed in this conference session of Dental Implants.

Session 2Advances in Dentistry

Lots of advances made in dentistry field. Right from diagnosing to dental healthcare to dental implants, dental materials, dental products, advances in dental optics, laser techniques, technological advances in caries diagnosis, oral care and dental health, genetic engineering, application of robotics, dental implants affecting chemotherapy, 3D intraoral scanners for restorative dentistry, exploring how dental care affects and impacts causing other diseases. This session discusses the latest advances in dentistry and their applications in dental health including how far the dentists, oral doctors, dental clinicians, dental nurses and dental hospitals, dental products manufacturers are up to date with several advances in dentistry. All these would become hot topics of discussion in this session of Advance Dentistry.

Session 3Dental Nursing

Dental Nursing is important field in dentistry. Dental Nursing has a major role to play in prevention, curing and management of dental healthcare. Dental problems include periodontal infections, tooth decay, dry mouth, orthodontics, pediatric dental care, managing oral and Maxillofacial surgery and so on. Dental Nursing helps manage to improve the dental care and oral health of the people across the world. Dental Nursing profession ought to be equipped with latest advances and technological developments in research, dental care and dental products and materials. The more they are knowledgeable the more they can give better dental nursing care to the people over the world. This session discusses the alternatives and the latest technological developments and happenings in dental field and dental nursing and how best they could serve their patients. 

Session 4Nano Dentistry

Nano dentistry is here to revolutionize the dental care and dentistry. What is nano dentistry and nanotechnology? Nanotechnology is concerned with the activities at the level of atoms and molecules. A nanometer is the billionth of a meter or better put in other words it is about 1/80K of the diameter of a human hair. All the procedures in dental care treatment and management are to be performed at nano scale using nano robots which are said to perform the duties of a dental assistant. Nano dental materials which include nano powders, nano composites, nano fillers have already made inroads into the field of dentistry. Even some nano materials have been discovered to re-mineralize decayed teeth. It is time the dental field exploit the advantages of nano dentistry. How nano dentistry is going to revolutionize dental care and management and what discoveries and technological advancements made in nano dentistry are going to be the hot topics of discussion in this session of nano dentistry.  

Session 5Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry is facing many challenges in managing dental care to kids. It requires special care, knowledge and expertise to handle kids and toddlers in respect to their dental care and management. Pediatric Dentistry is quite different from other forms of dentistry and oral health. Treating kids and toddlers is quite different than treating other adult patients. Pediatric dentistry is concerned with the management of ankyloglossia and the maxillary frenum as these issues are concerned with breast feeding and dental. Exploring how non-nutritive sucking habits impact dental development and occlusion factors. Understanding tongue posture and developing airway of the oro-facial complex. Not only these, there are many such challenges that this session on pediatric dentistry is going to address, discuss, debate and share knowledge.

Session 6Oral Cancer

Oral Cancers involve not only teeth but also head and neck region cancers such as mouth cancer, throat cancer, tongue cancer, tonsil cancer, oropharyngeal cancers to name a few. There are several risk factors and causes which lead to oral cancer. It is understood that dentists are instrumental in early detection of oral cancers. The signs and symptoms, and the conditions that manifest in the mouth can be taken as warning signs to take preventive measures or to stop further aggravation of the problem. Dentists specializing in oral cancers should be well-informed of the clinical trials, trends and techniques in research, the advance developments in research, the advanced techniques in understanding the complications of the treatment and management of oral cancer patients. These are the challenges and many more developments that dentists need to be aware of and be equipped with knowledge and expertise. This session on Oral Cancer provides wonderful opportunities to all to explore, understand and acquire expertise in managing oral cancer patients. 

Session 7Holistic Dentistry

Improving overall health of a person through holistic dentistry is the main motto and ultimate goal of holistic dentistry. Holistic Dentistry is also known as unconventional dentistry, alternative dentistry, complementary dentistry, biological dentistry and so on. Holistic Dentistry views dental problems from the perspective of entire body, mind and spirit of the patient, for it believes all dental problems impact the other health conditions of the body. Holistic dentistry stresses on proper nutrition to prevent and dental diseases; and emphasizes on removal of toxins from dental region; lays stress on prevention and treatment of gums and gum diseases; in order to maintain overall good health of the person concerned. This session on Holistic Dentistry provides insights into how it can be manipulated to maintain overall good health of persons. The latest developments and technological advancements in holistic dentistry are also going to come up for discussions and debates in this conference. 

Session 8Sports Dentistry

Sports Dentistry has emerged as a branch of dentistry to prevent and treat orofacial injuries and oral diseases which occur during athletics, gymnastics, sports, and unorganized recreational activities. Sports dentistry involves in treatment, diagnosis, prevention and prediction of oral injuries to mouth and face during sports activities and during other recreational activities. Most of the time, these orofacial injuries to mouth and face can be prevented by wearing protective mouth gear. This session on Sports Dentistry explores the possibilities of technological advancements in prevention of orofacial injuries; and the advances the sports dentistry made headway in treating and managing orofacial traumatic injuries to sports persons.   

Session 9Dental Products and Marketing

Today, the dental products and marketing has become the booming business across the world. Dental products are many and can be sub-classified such as drugs and pharmaceuticals, cosmetic products, impression materials, preventive products, dental materials, process materials, diagnostic materials and equipment, whitening products, gum care products, mouthwashes, flossing materials, toothbrushes, toothpastes, and several holistic pastes, and solutions have flooded the market promising healthy teeth and white teeth. Technologically, the equipment and the machinery involved in dental diagnosis and treatment has gone places what with robotics and nano dentistry revolutionizing the dental science. Marketing of these products is no big deal as many of the dental products have acquired a brand image. This session on Dental Products and Marketing is going to explore the many possibilities and advances of how deeply it has impacted the oral health of the people.

Session 10Dental Health

Dental Health is of prime importance in human life. Flashing white strong teeth while smiling or speaking leaves a good impression of you. It good healthy teeth enhances your confidence and self-dignity. Dental health has over the years made advancements in dental care branching out into several segments or fields like nano dentistry, orthodontics, prosthodontics, endodontics, oral implants, maxillofacial surgery, clinical dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, oral epidemiology & community dentistry to name a few. Despite the many branches it has, despite the technological advances, despite the rapid strides it made, has dental health delivered its stated goals in managing, treating, and preventing dental diseases in people. What more needs to be done to keep up good oral health of the people? And why it has not delivered the results on a promising scale are all some of the points they are going to discuss in this session on dental health.

Session 11Dental Surgeries

Dental health has seen many technological developments in dental surgeries. right from extracting tooth to oromaxillofacial surgery. Every surgical field in dentistry has been challenging making it more convenient and painless in dental care. There are several other dental surgeries like facial reconstructive surgeries, wisdom tooth extraction, corrective jaw surgery, biopsy, dental alveolar surgery, dental implants, bone grafting/distraction osteogenesis. All dental surgeries deal with pathological conditions, diagnosis and surgical management of dental care including disorders of soft and hard tissues. This session on Dental Surgeries is going to be an exciting session since all the dental surgeons are going to share their experiences and expertise in their respective branch of dental science. There would also be discussion and debates on technological developments in dental surgeries and how best they could be exploited and what methods need to be adopted and so on.   

Session 12Orthodontics

Orthodontics is a specialized branch of Dentistry which deals in treating of improper position of teeth called malocclusion. Orthodontics also treats and controls several conditions that affect facial growth or facial changes including correcting the shape and development of jaw called dentofacial orthopedics. Orthodontics also deals with management of cleft lip and palate. Orthodontists use dental braces to align teeth and straighten them up. This session discusses and debates the recent advances in the field of orthodontics, the new discoveries, techniques, the research. And shall also explore the possibilities of bringing these new technologies into use to benefit people suffering from orthodontic complaints.  

Session 13Endodontics

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry which concerns with the study normal dental pulp, root, crown, and peri-radicular tissues and the etiology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of injuries and diseases to dental pulp associated with tooth structure. Endodontics include root canal treatment, apical surgery, treatment to broken teeth and dental trauma. This session on Endodontics discusses and highlights the technological developments in endodontics research, advanced treatment methodologies, and prevention procedures, regenerative endodontics, tissue engineering techniques, lasers in endodontics, pathologies of pulp and periapex are some of the topics that would be discussed and debated by the participants.

Session 14Dental Implants and Prosthesis

Dental Implants should perfectly balance and support prosthetic devices that should look like a natural tooth root and crown. In dental implants and prosthesis patient satisfaction comes foremost in clinical practice of dental implants and functional prosthesis. The design of a prosthetic device should give a natural appearance of a tooth. This session on dental implants and prosthesis examines the technological developments in prosthetic devices design and engineering, the advance research methods, the success rate of dental implants, critical issues in prosthetic device designing and other issues would be discussed and debated by the participants and delegates in this session of dental implants and prosthesis.

Session 15Oral Epidemiology & Community Dentistry

The aim of Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology is to become an instrument of managing oral health among communities across the world through dissemination of scientific knowledge on oral and dental care and to prevent dental diseases and trauma in communities. Community dentistry has a major role to play in oral epidemiology and oral health of the people in communities. This session discusses about the methodologies, strategies, planning, evaluation, implementing, and how to ensure successful results in managing oral health of the people in communities. The session also focuses on research developments in community dentistry and dental care, advanced technological developments oral epidemiology and dentistry.

Session 16Forensic Odontology

Forensic Dentistry deals with the collection, evaluation and proper handling of dental evidence in order to assist law enforcement officers and in civil / criminal proceedings. The role of such an expert is to identify bodies and skeletal remains from dental records, reconstruct faces from skulls as well as connect the crime scene with whatever little evidence is available from the scene

Forensic dentistry (odontology) is a vital branch of forensic science that involves the application of dental knowledge, primarily for the identification of human remains.

Session 17Dental Laboratory Materials and Processes

Deciding Which Dental materials, you need for your lab starts with determining what types of restorations you will be producing, and what processes, techniques and technologies you will be using to produce them. Whether your lab focuses on fixed crowns and bridges, removable restorations, implant-supported restorations, or orthodontics, it is highly likely you will need model materials including gypsums used to create study and working models. Few high-tech labs will 3D print their models or produce restorations without a model. Those labs will be using digital dental technologies and most likely will use CAD/CAM materials when producing restorations. Labs focused on fixed restorations will want crown and bridge materials including ceramic systems, stains and glazes, and possibly alloys. Labs focused on full and partial dentures will need removable materials such as acrylic resins and denture teeth.


  • Model, Cast and Die Materials
  • Gypsum Products
  • Waxes in Dentistry
  • Dental Investments and Refractory Materials
  • Abrasion and Polishing
  • Dental Casting and Metal Fabrication Procedures
  • Additive Manufacturing in Dentistry

Session 18Oral Appliance therapy

Oral appliance therapy is an effective cure option for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea  (OSA). A custom-fit oral sleep appliance can recover sleep, restore alertness and rejuvenate health. Worn only during sleep, an oral appliance fits like a sports mouth guard or an orthodontic retainer. It supports the jaw in a forward point to help retain an open upper airway. Study shows that oral appliance therapy is an effective treatment preference for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. The therapy is an effective, non-invasive treatment that fits easily into lifestyle. 

Session 19Tools and Techniques in Dentistry

Dentistry has seen huge enhancements as for progression from the customary systems to the computerized world that has enlarged the extent of dental medicines and strategies. Offering enhanced dental care is the sole point of all hi-tech devices and strategies utilized by dental practitioners at present.

  • Robotics and digital dentistry
  • Dental implants and occlusal analysis
  • Laser applications for dental hygiene
  • Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues

Session 20Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery & Innovations

Oral and maxillofacial surgery includes diagnosis, surgery and treatment of defects, injuries and diseases mainly in the oral hard and soft tissues, head, neck, face and maxillofacial region i.e. jaws and face. Functions of an oral and maxillofacial surgeon may include dental replacements, jaw, oral and facial tumor diagnosis and removal, jaw and facial bone alignment, jaw reconstruction, etc. In the mid-1980s, CO2 Laser was first introduced that gained immense popularity in the field of periodontology mainly because of ease of simultaneous photo-thermal ablation and coagulation. Recent innovations in oral and maxillofacial surgery include trans-oral robotic surgery and titanium miniplates in the field of guided maxillofacial surgery.

  • Dental anesthesiology and Techniques
  • Diagnosis and management of dento-facial deformities
  • Antibiotic prophylaxis and early dental implant failure
  • 3D Virtual treatments and Piezoelectric surgery