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.

Dentistry is a branch of medicine that deals with the study, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and other conditions that affect the teeth and gums, especially the repair and extraction of teeth and the insertion of artificial ones. The field of dentistry or dental medicine is not limited to teeth but includes other aspects of the craniofacial complex including the temporomandibular joint and other supporting, muscular, lymphatic, nervous, vascular, and anatomical structures.

  • Track 1-1Education and Licensing
  • Track 1-2History of Dentistry
  • Track 1-3Public Health Dentistry
  • Track 1-4Special Needs Dentistry

Dental anatomy is the study of the human tooth structures. Dental anatomy is also a taxonomical science: it is concerned with the naming of teeth and the structures of which they are made, this information serving a practical purpose in dental treatment.

  • Track 2-1Structure of Teeth
  • Track 2-2Nomenclature
  • Track 2-3Anatomical Landmarks
  • Track 2-4Distinguishing Characters

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry concerning dental pulp and tissues surrounding the roots of a tooth. Some of the endodontic procedures include root canal treatment, endodontic surgery and special procedures to save teeth after traumatic dental injuries. Endodontists are experts at managing a wide array of complex endodontic problems efficiently. Advanced technologies and specialized techniques used by endodontists give them a very accurate view of the inside of the tooth and allow them to treat the tooth quickly and comfortably.

  • Track 3-1Root canal Treatment
  • Track 3-2Instruments used
  • Track 3-3Methodology and techniques
  • Track 3-4Complications and postoperative pain

Orthodontics is a branch of dentistry that treats malocclusion, a condition in which the teeth are not correctly positioned when the mouth is closed. Orthodontic treatment is a way of straightening or moving teeth, to improve the appearance of the teeth and how they work. It can also help to look after the long-term health of your teeth, gums and jaw joints, by spreading the biting pressure over all your teeth.

  • Track 4-1Orthodontic Treatment
  • Track 4-2Braces and Elastics
  • Track 4-3Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
  • Track 4-4Orthodontic Indices

Prosthodontics is the dental specialty primarily concerned with the restoration and replacement of lost or damaged teeth. Sometimes called the “architects of the smile,” prosthodontists are highly trained specialists with a unique understanding of all the elements that go into a beautiful, functional and natural-looking smile—not just the teeth, but also the gums, lips, and facial features. When it comes to planning and carrying out a full-scale smile makeover, a team of dental professionals is often required; many times, that team is captained by a prosthodontist.

  • Track 5-1Education and Training
  • Track 5-2Maxillofacial prosthodontics/prosthetics
  • Track 5-3Conditions
  • Track 5-4Treatment modalities

Periodontics is the dental specialty focusing exclusively in the inflammatory disease that destroys the gums and other supporting structures around the teeth. The supporting tissues are known as the periodontium, which includes the gingiva (gums), alveolar bone, cementum, and the periodontal ligament. Periodontists treat cases ranging from mild gingivitis to more severe periodontitis, such as scaling and root planing (the cleaning of infected root surfaces), root surface debridement (the removal of damaged tissue), and regenerative procedures (the reversal of lost bone and tissue). When necessary, periodontists can also perform surgical procedures for patients with severe gum disease.

  • Track 6-1Periodontal diseases
  • Track 6-2Peri-Implantitis
  • Track 6-3Periodontal Treatments
  • Track 6-4Regenerative Procedures

Nursing is a noble profession in health care field to give attentive care to the patient, families and even community s they recover and maintain health. A Dental nurse supports the dentist, dental specialist, dental technician and patients in the dental practices. A Dental nurse may have to do check-ups, mental and physical support, setting the equipment, decontaminating equipments, medicine instructions, working close to the dentist, preparation of diagnosis setup, precheck the apparatus and monitoring patient.

  • Track 7-1Dental Nursing
  • Track 7-2Role of a Dental Nurse
  • Track 7-3Registered Dental Nurse
  • Track 7-4Career in Dental Nursing

Dental problems like bad breath, gum disease, yellow teeth can occur due to bad oral hygiene but they can also be prevented very easily by brushing twice a day, flossing daily, eating properly and regular dental check-ups.  The basics of good dental hygiene are taught from a very early age. Similarly, knowledge on common dental problemsand their causes is also very important as they can a go a long way in prevention.

  • Track 8-1Tooth Decay
  • Track 8-2Gingivitis
  • Track 8-3Tooth Sensitivity
  • Track 8-4Oral Cancer

Dental treatments are carried out to treat dental problems. Everyone, including children, should visit the dentist for dental check-up at least once every six months. Scaling and cleaning involves the removal of built-up debris from the teeth while Sealants protect teeth from decay. Any tooth that has deep grooves or fissures can be treated, but the most commonly treated teeth are the molars and premolars.

  • Track 9-1Restoring damaged teeth
  • Track 9-2Dental Implants and Braces
  • Track 9-3Fitting of dentures and mouthguards
  • Track 9-4Tooth Removal

Computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing is one of the modern dental treatment methods which is used to improve the design and creation of dental restorations especially dental prostheses, including crowns, crown lays, veneers, inlays and inlays, fixed bridges, dental implant restorations, dentures (removable or fixed), and orthodontic appliances.

  • Track 10-1Advantages over other traditional methods
  • Track 10-2Difference from Conventional Restoration
  • Track 10-3Process of CAD/CAM
  • Track 10-4Drawbacks

3D Virtual Imaging is one of the most significant tools for orthodontists to evaluate and record size and form of craniofacial structures. Orthodontists regularly use 2-dimensional (2D) static imaging procedures, but deepness of structures cannot be acquired and restricted with 2D imaging. Three-dimensional (3D) imaging has been developed in the early of 1990's and has gained a prized place in dentistry, particularly in orthodontics. In 3D diagnostic imaging, a series of anatomical records is gathered using certain technical equipment, processed by a computer and later presented on a 2D monitor to present the illusion of deepness.

  • Track 11-1Dental cone Beam computed tomography (CT)
  • Track 11-2Cone Beam Imaging
  • Track 11-3Photography — extra oral and intraoral
  • Track 11-4Electric and surgical/implant hand pieces

Surgery of the teeth and jaw bones to artificially modify the dentition is called the dental surgery. However, dental medicine isn’t only about fixing your teeth but also covers other aspects of craniofacial complex, such as the temperomandibular structure and other supporting structures. In turn, dental surgery procedures don’t only cover root canals and removal of wisdom teeth that are impacted.

  • Track 12-1Pulpotomy and Pulpectomy
  • Track 12-2Prosthetic tooth replacement
  • Track 12-3Orthodontic device implants

It is a surgical speciality that deals with the treatment of acquired deformalities of the head, skull, face, neck, jaws and associated structures. Defects typically treated by craniofacial surgeonsinclude craniosynostosis, rare craniofacial clefts, acute and chronic sequellae of facial fractures, cleft lip and palate, micrognathia, Treacher Collins Syndrome, Apert's Syndrome, Crouzon's Syndrome, Craniofacial microsomia, microtia and other congenital ear anomalies, and many others.

  • Track 13-1Craniosynostosis
  • Track 13-2Surgical Procedures
  • Track 13-3Ethical Considerations
  • Track 13-4Craniofacial Research

The term "Restorative Dentistry" is the integrated management of oral health problems and restoring of the mouth to a functional and Esthetic state. Many of the procedures are also covered by the dental specialty of prosthodontic dentistry, including fillings, veneers, crowns, bridges, full and partial dentures and dental implants. The objective of restorative dentistry is to work along with dental and surgical specialists to deal with complex treatments like hypodontia, cleft lip, traumatic injuries, oral cancer, etc.

  • Track 14-1Dental Crowns and clinical Management
  • Track 14-2Bridges, Implants and Dental Fillings
  • Track 14-3Restorative and reconstructive dentistry
  • Track 14-4Dental erosions and its management

The word Cosmetic Dentistry is used to refer to any dental work that enhances the appearance of teeth, gums as well as gingiva. It principally concentrates on improvement dental aesthetics in shading, position, shape, size, arrangement and general smile appearance. Many dental specialists refer to themselves as "cosmetic dentists". Cosmetic dentistry procedures are used for the aesthetic appearance of the teeth ie. Tooth colored fillings, fractured teeth and proper alignment of teeth.

  • Track 15-1Full mouth reconstruction
  • Track 15-2Esthetic Dentistry and Ceramic restoration
  • Track 15-3Cosmetic Dentures
  • Track 15-4Pulp Protectants and Liners
  • Track 15-5Teeth whitening

The proper handling, examination and evaluation of dental evidence which will be then presented in the interest of justice is termed as Forensic dentistry. The evidence that may be derived from teeth is the age and identification of the person to whom the teeth belong. This is done using dental records including radiographs, ante-mortem and post-mortem photographs and DNA. 

  • Track 16-1Identification Methods
  • Track 16-2Bite Mark Analysis
  • Track 16-3Age Estimation
  • Track 16-4DNA Phenotyping

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. 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. It’s an exciting and growing specialty for dental students to consider. Recent innovations in oral and maxillofacial surgeryinclude trans-oral robotic surgery and titanium miniplates in the field of guided maxillofacial surgery. 

  • Track 17-1Diagnosis and management of Dento-facial deformities
  • Track 17-2Oral and Dental health and management
  • Track 17-3Antibiotic prophylaxis and early dental implant failure
  • Track 17-4Piezoelectric surgery
  • Track 17-5Trigeminal Nerve injuries

Unusual eating habits and poor oral hygiene dental problem in children is very common in recent years. Pediatric dentists deal with dental health of children; to care child’s teeth, gums and mouth throughout the various stages of childhood. To provide treatment, a paediatric dentist must understand the specific dental and behavioural needs of a paediatric patient as they hold different dentition than adults. A dental visit is essential within six months after the presence of the first tooth, this aid in the detection of the early stages of tooth decay and early detection helps to prevent and treat at early stages.

  • Track 18-1Eating habits and dental problems
  • Track 18-2Detection of the tooth decay
  • Track 18-3Clinical and Modern approaches in Pediatric dentistry
  • Track 18-4Management and treatment

The delivery of dental care to older adults involving the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of problems associated with normal aging and age-related diseases as part of an interdisciplinary team with other health care professionals is known as Geriatric dentistry which is also referred as medical gerontology.

  • Track 19-1Dental care in residential aged care facilitates
  • Track 19-2Barriers to effective cleaning
  • Track 19-3Dentures and Edentulism
  • Track 19-4Practical suggestions

The digital revolution that is transforming every aspect of our world is also impacting dentistry and medicine in a multitude of ways. Experts say that technological innovation will ultimately improve and broaden access to dental care, allowing for same-day care that translates to fewer office visits—making a healthy smile more affordable.

  • Track 20-1Digital Dentistry
  • Track 20-2Laser Dentistry
  • Track 20-3Photography — extra oral and intraoral
  • Track 20-4Electric and surgical/implant hand pieces

Implant dentistry improves the quality of life for anyone who is missing teeth and wearing dentures, allowing them to smile and chew with ease. Dental implants are usually placed by oral and maxillofacial surgeons or periodontists. The discovery of implant technology and the birth of implant dentistry changed the way lost teeth were treated. Dental implants improve quality of life by improving the way we chew and smile. Patients who wear dentures can now get their teeth back with dental implants.

  • Track 21-1Techniques
  • Track 21-2Recovery
  • Track 21-3Prosthetic Procedures
  • Track 21-4Risks and Complications
  • Track 21-5Dental Nano Particles and Nanomaterials

Nano Dentistry is the latest advent in Dentistry field with the introduction of nanoparticles and nanomaterials. Nano particles and nanomaterials are the cornerstone of the Nano Dentistry. It is the diagnosis, interpretation and cure by using nanobots into the body. Innovative dental devices and drug delivery systems are mainly relying on these nanorobots. Nano dentistry strives to produce fine tune particles to create a unique dental care facility and experience. 

  • Track 22-1Nano Dentistry
  • Track 22-2Techniques and methodology
  • Track 22-3Nanobots
  • Track 22-4Pros and Cons

The modern technological development has lead to the use of anaesthetics both local and general during dental surgeries. Moreover, the sedatives used can also be in the form of sprays, gels and pastes. This revolutionary new technology takes away the prick of the needle and the pressure of the liquid expanding your lips and gums, instead, the solution enters by a digitally controlled dispenser going in drop by drop making it virtually undetectable.

  • Track 23-1Blade free surgeries
  • Track 23-2No more Drilling
  • Track 23-3Quick and easy Root Canals
  • Track 23-4Relaxing Medication

A phase change from traditional techniques to digital methods has massively advanced the dentistry field widening the scope of dental treatments and procedures. Robotic and digital dentistry, Dental radiography/informatics, Forensic dentistry, Laser applications, Imaging techniques for the craniofacial hard and soft tissues, Dental implants & occlusal analysis, etc. are some of the advanced tools and techniques used in digital dentistry.

  • Track 24-1Dental implants and occlusal analysis
  • Track 24-2Drug delivery systems involved in dental treatments
  • Track 24-3Dental ceramics, grinding and polishing treatments
  • Track 24-4Dental Radiography/ Informatics

Dental products can be classified into various subcategories like diagnostics, drugs and pharmaceuticals, equipment and materials, whitening products, etc. Over the counter products include toothpaste, powered toothbrushes, manual toothbrushes, water in devices and mouthwashes. The quality of treatment depends on the quality of product used for the treatment.

  • Track 25-1Repair & Restorative Products
  • Track 25-2Dental Prosthetics
  • Track 25-3Process and Impression Materials
  • Track 25-4Preventive Products