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Dental Congress
Dental Congress

17th to 19th | 2022 | October

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Conference Theme: Latest advancements in Dental sciences and Today’s market”

Organizing Committee Members

Speakers, Delegates and Young Research Forum

Natalia Elson, DDS

Clinical Assistant Professor
Dept. of Cariology & Comprehensive Care NYU College of Dentistry

Huda Abutayyem ,DDS

Assistant Professor and Specialist-Orthodontist
Ajman University


It is with great pleasure and honor, we invite you to the International Conference on Dental sciences scheduled on Oct 17 to 19, 2022 at Paris, France. The conference theme: “Latest advancements in Dental sciences and Today’s market”.
Dental Congress 2022 is a annual, 3 days face-to-face gathering for the entire Dental community virtually. Taking place this year in Paris, France and including multiple diverse tracks, the conference will appeal to anyone from Dental Sciences. Due to ongoing Covid situation we are organizing only a virtual event.
We anticipate more than 100 participants from around the world to attend this webinar. Scientists in dentistry are joining this webinar to present and discuss their most recent research and achievements during this event.
The main motive of Dental Congress 2022 is to discuss about the most effective cutting-edge strategies to help doctors to reach their treatment goals with patients. Dental Congress 2022 has inspirational talks and sessions with friendly atmosphere, designed to help attendees to meet interesting people and learn from each other.
GGlobal leading scientists in Dental Sciences are joining this webinar to present and discuss their latest recent research and advancements during this event.
Our keynote will start the day with the insight from some of the world’s leading experts in Dentistry. Dental panels in this event help in clarifying your doubts and questions.

Why to attend?

◆Sharing knowledge between various experts of Dental Sciences.

◆To learn and understand about the latest insights and innovations.

◆The gathering of top scientists from different regions of the world to determine the state of the latest research advancements on a particular subject or field.

◆To learn and share new ideas and best practices.

◆Opportunity for young scientists to interact with senior scientists.

Market report 2022

Dental industry trends cannot be discussed without talking about COVID-19 and its effect on dental business. Due to accustomed use of protective gear and maintaining sterile conditions in dental practices, ADA reports low infection rates in dentists and staff.
In many places during the start of pandemic the dental practices had brief shut downs but they were able to reopen quickly because of the significant precautions when working with patients, including wearing PPE suits.
Around US every week ADA is tracking information from dentists. 61.6% of respondents reported that their dental practices were open and busy. 37.4% reported that they were open but had few patient appointments than usual, and 1% only responded that their practices were closed due to the impact of pandemic.
The initial predictions about the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic were dire, with ADA anticipating a 38% decline in the revenue, the numbers were not as bad as some feared in 2020. The overall dental revenue was down by 6% in 2020 and by the end of year 2021 the dental industry growth rebounded with 7.5% and greater growth is anticipated for 2022.
Thanks to vaccine roll out which increased the growth of dental revenue, but the rise of Delta variant and resistance to vaccination have had an impact. The ADA strongly recommends that all dental experts and staff get vaccinated and get booster shots as they become available.
As we head into 2022 the dental implant market in 2021 was $3.6 billion and it is anticipated to grow 11% annually. The growth of cosmetic procedures is expected to grow by 5% annually.


Key trends that shine a light in the road ahead for Dental Industry

1. Online review management: reviews and referrals are the most powerful marketing tools the dental industry has. Using your online review system to its maximum potential and encouraging your patients to leave online reviews, help in building authority and trust.

    ◆ The percentage of customers read reviews before making a purchase or scheduling an appointment with service provider is 89%

    ◆ Cossumers under 40 read reviews for every purchase they make are 30%

    ◆ Percent of consumers find the reviews to be useful when evaluating products and services are 57%

    ◆ Total percent of consumers say that reviews must be recent to be relevant are 83%

    ◆ Percentage of businesses who monitor online review are 88%

2. The continued use of 3D printing: The revenue impact of 3D printing in 2021 was 3 Billion Dollars. This revenue impact is anticipated to quadruple by 2028.
In 2021 the increase of 3D printing usage was observed and expected to continue throughout 2022. The use of innovative materials such as resins in 3D printing has increased the speeds of creation for custom dentures, crowns and more. With the help of 3D printing these can be made in minutes instead of weeks or days.
This is the time to invest 3D printers in your practice, before dental patients will expect quick delivery of prosthetics made with 3D printers.

3. Raising the value of convenience: The convenience in dental industry could mean any of the following below.

    ◆ The web portal that allows patients to schedule appointments online, ask queries, and fill out intake paper work at their leisure.

    ◆ Flexible office hours that allow patients to come in at the time that work best for them, this includes early morning, evenings and weekends,

    ◆ Allowing online payments using different payment methods.

    ◆ Providing additional services to have all in one stop for patients dental and oral care needs

4. Focus on top of changes in social media: Using social media to post news and advertising business could boost the growth of dental industry. For example using facebook the right way. Spend some time to analyze the past posts in Facebook, If you want your post to be seen you have to pay to boost them. Taking advantage of stories in Facebook, so called ephemeral content, useful of marketing because it encourages patients to connect with your content as quickly as possible.

5. Laser technology in Dentistry: Before laser dentistry, routine dental care such as filling cavities and repairing damages gums required invasive and often painful treatment. This effected patients who are nervous about visiting dentist. Laser dentistry has a intense growth and is expected to continue for several years. It is anticipated that the projected growth of laser dentistry could reach $ 345.1 million in 2028

6. Telehealth and video consultations: This trend is most useful during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dentists and other healthcare professionals have turned to technology to help patients in current pandemic situations. This trend also has its pros and cons. Like, if you decide to see patients virtually its your responsibility to provide a consistent level of care, document procedures and also protecting patients privacy. Tele consultations can be useful for evaluation new patients and minimizing the time spent at your office.

Latest Observational study on Dental Profession amid COVID-19

An observational study approved by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Institutional Review Board. Conducted by Enas A. Bsoul, DDS, MSc, MS; Suman N. Challa, BDS, MS; Peter M. Loomer, BSc, DDS, PhD, MRCD(C), FACD, stated that 98% of all the participants (Dental practitioners and other staff) in the study were confident to resume dental practice with the safety precautions that their dental practices provided to protect them while performing dental procedures. Only one-fifth of the dental professionals felt that the COVID-19 changed their dental treatment protocols and with more than two-thirds agreeing that their efficiency would be influenced adversely. Most of the participants in the study were satisfied with the resources provided by their dental practices during pandemicSome the respondents were concerned about the impact of pandemic on their dental practice and on their general health, safety and well-being, and agreed they were challenges and long term impact on dental profession.Most of the participants in the study stated that COVID-19 websites and internet as their main sources of information to keep updated. Out of all most rated PPE availability and patients willing to come in for treatment as its top challenges while resuming dental practice, and they would still prefer studying dentistry and would not reconsider their dental career choices.

Estimated Market Growth of Dental Profession.

The market report of dental profession provides qualitative and quantitative insights into the primary constraints, drivers and challenges influencing the global market. This report provides comprehensive statistical data about revenue prediction on leading players. This report also provides information on sales growth of several country level markets and regional markets.

The world dental implants business growth is expected to record a value of US$5.71 billion in 2026 and rising at a CAGR of 6.52% between 2022-2026. Some of the factors would dirve the growth of the market are geriatric population, expansion of dental service organizations, Increasing concern for oral healthcare, preference for cosmetic dentistry and surging focues on endentulous treatment. However the dental market growth would be challenged by increased cost of dental implant treatment and reimbursement issues, shortage of trained dentists and dental hospitals. Some notable trends include increasing spending on dental services, speeding penetration of digital dentistry, growing application of CAD/CAM technologies and advancements in implant technology in developed countries.

Key Target Audience of market report:

    ◆ Manufacturers of Dental Implants

    ◆ Suppliers of Raw Material

    ◆ Dental Implants suppliers and distributors. Products & Services and Other Stakeholders

    ◆ Organizations, Forums, and Alliances related to Dental Implants

    ◆ Government Bodies & Regulating Authorities

The world dental products market size is anticipated to rise from USD 28, 312 Million in 2018 to USD 46,120.12 Million by 2025. This is around 7.21 percent rise in the dental market.

Global Dental 3D printing Market is estimated at USD 2.13 Billion in 2021 and it is anticipated to attain a value of USD 7.22 Billion by 2021 at CAGR of 30.1 percent during the anticipated period, 2022-2028. During this period the high volume of dental aliments and diseases are expected to be one of the key reasons driving the growth in Dental 3D Printing Market. 3D Printing technology entails the design, development and production of dental consumable and other dental realated goods used in the treatment of various dental conditions.

    ◆ Dental Anatomy

    Dental Anaotomy is the study of human tooth structures. The classification, development and appearance of teeth fall with in this field. At birth begins the tooth formation and its morphology is dictated during this time. Dental anatomy is also a taxonomical science which is concerned with the naming of teeth and also the structures of which they are made, this serves the practical purspose in dental treatment. Normally they are 20 primary teeth also called as baby teeth and 32 permanent teeth. In the permanent teeth the last four being the third molars or wisdom teeth, each of which may or may not grow in. Amoung the primary teeth, 10 are found in the upper jaw called as maxilla and the other 10 are in the lower jaw called as mandible. In permanent teeth 16 are in maxilla and the other 16 are in mandible. Most of teeth have distinguishing features.

    ◆ Landmark of Dental Anatomy

    Crown and root, Surfaces, Cusp, Cingulum, Ridges, Developmental groove, Embrasures, Mammelons

    ◆ Characteristics of Teeth

    Incisor, Maxillary central incisor, Maxillary lateral incisor, Mandibular central incisor, Mandibular lateral incisor, Canine (cuspid), Maxillary canine, Mandibular canine, Premolar (bicuspid), Maxillary first premolar, Maxillary second premolar, Mandibular first premolar, Mandibular second premolar, Molar, Maxillary first molar, Maxillary second molar, Mandibular third molar

    ◆ Orthodontics

    Is a field of dentistry that address the diagnosis, correction and preventin of mal-positioned teeth and jaws and misaligned bite patterns. This may also address the modification of falial growth, knows as dentofacial orthopedics. Abormal mal-alignment of teeth and jaws are very common. Patients with completed orthodontic treatment have reported a better and higher quality life than the untreated patients undergoing the orthodontic treatment. This treatment may require several months to a few years, which entails using dental braces and other appliances. Cases where the malocclusion is severe, jaw surgery may be incorporated in the treatment process. Orthodontic treatment begins before a adulthood, as pre-adult bones may be adjusted easily before adulthood.


    The study of dental pulp, the etiology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries of the dental pulp along with associated periradicular conditions. In clinical terms endodontics involves either removing all of the pulp in irreversible disease or preserving of dental pulp in health. This involves preserving teeth which have failed to respond to non-surgical endodontic treatment or for teeth that have developed new lesions for example when root canal re-treatment is required, or periradicular surgery. Endodontic treatment is one of the most common procedures and it is required when the pulp containing nerves, arterioles, venules, lymphatic tissue and fibrous tissue become diseased or injured, to save teeth.
    Procedures involved in endontic treatments are Root canal treatment, Periradicular surgery, Apicoectomy and other procedures.


    Periodontics or periodontology is derived from greek peri-‘around, and ooouc odous- ‘tooth’. This dentistry is the study of supporting structures to teeth, as well as diseases and conditions that affect them. The tissues that support the teeth are called as the periodontium, which includes the alveolar bone, gingival (gums) and the periodontal ligament. A periodontist is spcialized in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of periodontal disease and in the placement of dental implants.

    ◆Oral Cancer

    Oral cancer is one of that cancers that affects inside your mouth. Orcal cancer can look like a common problem in your mouth like white patches or sores that bleed or with your lips. Common problems can be treated easily but potential cancer is when these common problem do not go away. Left untreated the oral cancer can spread throughout your mouth and throat to other areas of your head and neck. Around 63% of people with oral cancer are alive five after diagnosis.
    People who are prone to oral cancer
    Approximately 11 people in 100,000 will develop oral cancer during their life time. Men are more likely to get affected by oral can cancer than women. Black people are less affected with Oral cancer.
    The parts of body which come under oral cavity are
    ◆ Your lips.
    ◆ Your gums.
    ◆ Lining that is present inside the cheeks.
    ◆ The first two-thirds of your tongue.
    ◆ Floor of the mouth which is located under your tongue
    ◆ The roof of the mouth which is above the tongue
    ◆ Region right behind the wisdom teeth.

    ◆Oral Surgery

    Any surgical procedure performed on the teeth, gums, jaws or other oral structures is referred as oral surgery. Extractions, implants, gum grafts and jaw surgeries are in included in oral surgery. These surgeries are performed by an maxillofacial surgeon or a periodontist. These specialists who have advanced level of training in oral surgery procedures.
    Different reasons that lead to oral surgery are:
    ◆ Extensive tooth decay.
    ◆ Badly broken teeth.
    ◆ Gum disease.
    ◆ Impacted teeth.
    ◆ Missing teeth.
    ◆ Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD).
    ◆ Bone loss in your jaw.
    ◆ Sleep apnea.
    ◆ Oral cancer.
    ◆ Non cancerous lumps or bumps called as Benign oral pathology
    Different types of oral surgery include
    Some of the most common include

    ◆ Tooth extraction:

    This is the most common type of oral surgery. An extraction is necessary if there is a severe tooth decay, gum disease, dental trauma or wisdom teeth complications. Also tooth extraction are performed to prepare for dentures or other prosthetic devices. Most of the time dentists prefer to save natural teeth when possible, but in some cases extractions are necessary to preserver the overall oral health. Additionally, many dentists suggest wisdom tooth extractions to prevent cavities, bone loss and other oral complications.

    ◆ Dental bone grafts,

    The dental bone graft is used when there is loss of bone in the jaw. The factors that cause bone loss are because, when tooth are present, the roots stimulate the nerves in the jaw, which results in sending signals the brain to send nutrients to the jaw, keeping it healthy and strong. If tooth has been missing for some time, deterioration can occur in that area because there is no stimulation in the nerves. A dental bone graft restores volume and density in the jawbone, so that the implants can be placed later. In some cases, the provider might place a bone graft during periodontal surgery. Bone is eroded around the teeth because of Sevier gum disease or bacteria. This bone graft reduces mobility and provides a solid foundation, keeping the teeth strong and healthy.

    ◆ Dental implants,

    The most reliable and long-lasting teeth replacement option available are Dental Implants. To replace the missing teeth roots the small threaded posts made of medical grade titanium or zirconia are embedded into the jaw. After the healing of the implants dental crowns, dental bridges or dentures.

    ◆Periodontal surgery,

    A gem specialist may recommend gum disease treatment if there is moderate or severe periodontics. The tissue is temporarily moved back from the teeth with incisions made along the gum line during this procedure. The accumulated plaque and bacteria in the teeth roots are cleaned by the surgeon and finally the gum tissue is repositioned and structured into place. Gum recession can occur sometimes as a result of periodontics. In these situations gum graft is recommended. Surgeon will reinforce the area of the tissue with donor tissue during procedure. The donor tissue is taken from root of the mouth or purchased at a certified tissue bank.

    ◆Corrective jaw surgery,

    Corrective jaw surgery also known orthognathic surgery which deals with the skeletal abnormalities of your jaw bones. This procedure may be recommended by dentist to improve the chewing function, misalignment correction or change facial imbalances. Pain caused by TMJ dysfunction is also treated using Corrective Jaw Surgery.

    ◆Sleep apnea surgery

    When the tissue in the back of the throat fall back and block the airway during sleep, this condition is called as Sleep apnea or Obstructive Sleep apnea (OSA). Conservative methods like Oral appliance therapy or using a CPAP machine is used in OSA treatment. However in server cases may require surgical intervention.

    ◆Palate repair and Cleft lip.

    This condition is an opening in the upper lip in born babies and opening in cleft palate in born babies, In the roof of their mouth. Some infants are born with both the conditions. This Cleft lip and Palate occur when the facial structure are not fully developed in uterus (won). To restore normal eating function and help a child develop proper speech patterns later in life, maxillofacial surgeons are performed to repair cleft lip and palate.

    ◆Paediatric Dentistry

    This is a branch of dentistry dealing with children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric dentistry is recognized by the American Dental Association, Royal College of Dentists of Canada and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. Paediatric Dentistry formally pedodontics in American English or paedodontics in Commonwealth English. Pediatric dentists serve as educational resources for parents as well as promote the dental health of children. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) and the American Academy of pediatrics (AAP) recommends that a dental visit be after the presence of the first tooth or by a Childs first birthday. The AAPD has suggested that it is important to establish a comprehensive and accessible ongoing relationship between the dentist and patient, considering to this as the patients ‘dental home’. This is because early oral examination helps in the detection of the early sates of tooth decay. Early diagnosis is essential to maintain good oral health, change aberrant habits and treat as needed and as simply as possible. Additionally parents are given a program to maintain at home which carries a risk assessment, information on finger, thumb and pacifier habits, and may also include diet counseling, preventing injuries to the mouth and teeth of children and information on growth and development.

    ◆Geriatric Dentistry

    The is a field of dentistry that deals with the dental care to older patients/adults, involving prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of issues associated with age related diseases. The mouth is considered to be a mirror the overall health of a person, reinforcing that oral health is an integral part of the patients general health. Due to menta/physical disabilities in older adults they are more susceptible to oral conditions or diseases. As the world population increases the current proportion of elderly population also increases. In between 2000-2005 to 2010-2015 the life expectancy at birth rose from 67.2 years to 70.8 years. It is anticipated that by 2045-2050 the life expectance will continue to raise up to 77 years. This can considered as major attribute to advances I modern medicine and medical technology. As a result the population of aged people 60 and above is growing faster than any other yonder age group. This growth in aged people is expected grow double by 2050 globally. With this anticipated growth the profound effect of societies ability to support will be effected including the dental needs. Older people have become a major focus light for the oral health industry. Due to the increasing number of elder population and age related dental problems have become more common.

    ◆Laser Dentistry

    The light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. Lasers are used in wide range of products and technologies around the world. Lasers are used in eye surgery, hair replacement and tattoo removal. Recent days the use of lasers has also become an popular for of dental care called the laser dentistry. The incorporation of lasers to treat a wide variety of dental conditions and diseases.
    Different Types of Laser Dental Procedures There are four types of lasers used in dental procedures. Co2 Laser, Erbium laser, Diode laser and Nd:YAG laser. Different types of lasers are used based on of the kind of surgery or treatment. Lasers can treat many conditions related to hard tissues or soft tissues in the mouth. Biopsies and cosmetic treatments are also performed by dentists

    Soft Tissue Procedures

    Common soft tissue laser procedures:
    Gummy smile treatment:
    Treatment of extra gum tissue surrounding the teeth. During this procedure high powered dental laser is used to remove the gum tissue.
    The gum contouring or gum reshaping is known as gingevectomy. This is a cosmetic dental procedure that reshapes the gum line by removing gum tissue.
    Dental crown lengthening:
    Reshaping the underlying bone and gum tissue to expose healthy tooth structure. This is done be dentist for crown lengthening, so that the dental restorations are done.
    Removal of folds in the soft tissue.
    Poorly fitting dentures can result in soft tissue fold in the mouth. Lasers are used as stitch free and less painful option for soft tissue irregularities.
    Gum disease treatment:
    Laser dentistry is used to sterilize deep periodontal pockets to eliminate bacteria that causes gum disease. By doing this gum surgery can be avoided later on. Lasers are also used in removal of any gum inflammation ssociated with gingivitis or periodontal disease.
    Frenulum treatment (Muscle attachment):
    The removal of gap between teeth by laser is called as frenectomy (diastema) and fix gum recession. Hard Tissue Procedures:
    Common hard tissue laser procedures include: Treatment of Tooth decay: Lasers are used to detect tooth decay (cavities) in early stage. Decay causing bacteria is accumulated in the cavities and this cleared using lasers without any traditional drilling methods.
    Treating Hypersensitivity
    This is a common symptom of thin enamel of teeth and cavities. The tubules in the tooth’s root are sealed using lasers, which helps in less sensitivity.
    Treatment of Root canal: Lasers are used to access the root canal, remove the infected tissue, clean, sterilize and shape the canal and then fill it.

    Other Procedures

    Some of the popular laser dentistry treatments include:

    ◆ Canker sore treatment (pain relief)

    ◆ Regenerating damaged nerves, scars, and blood vessels

    ◆ Removal of non-cancerous tumors in the mouth called as benign

    ◆ Removing extra throat tissue that causes obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

    ◆ Exposing wisdom teeth before removal

    ◆ Teeth whitening treatment using lasers

    ◆ Treating jaw pain caused by Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMD)

    ◆ Optical coherence tomography, which allows a dentist to see inside your gum tissue or tooth

    Although laser are used in various dental treatments they are also limited and cannot be used for certain dental procedures. Like fixing pre-existing dental fillings, filling cavities between teeth, filing large cavities, Removal of dental crowns or cavity fillings and preparing teeth for dental bridge, cannot be done with lasers.

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