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Women dentists worldwide forum - part 1 minimally invasive interdisciplinary approach in dental medicine - how to resolve common problems

Nanae Kuraji (Japan)
Ivana Miletic (Croatia)
Hande Sar Sancakli (Turkey)
Jina Lee Linton (South Korea)
Joharia Azhar (Pakistan)

Time: 09:00 - 11:30
Room: 106
Language: English
Chair(s): Vesna Barac-Furtinger (Croatia)
CERP: 2.5

MOTHER-CHILD CARIES PREVENTION STARTING FROM INFANCY
Nanae Kuraji (Japan)

Learning Objectives

  • > Mutans streptococci are the most common bacteria causing dental caries. It is important to start the prevention of mother-child transmission of mutans streptococci in early childhood.
  • > Practice of caries prevention by altering the plaque composition through“mutans control”

Abstract

Dental caries can be considered as the infectious disease caused by mutans streptococci (MS). “Mutans control” refers  to measures used to prevent the transmission of MS and also to suppress the onset of dental caries after bacterial colonization. This presentation will introduce actual cases of “mutans control”.

MOTHER WAY OF CARIES MANAGEMENT – PART I
Ivana Miletic (Croatia)

Learning Objectives

  • > To identify the current state of knowledge about caries diagnosis.
  • > To recognize the current state of knowledge about the prevention of caries disease.
  • > To differentiate between minimum intervention protocols used to manage dental caries.

Abstract

The concept of minimal intervention dentistry has become more implemented in every day practice because of increasing understanding of the caries process. Demineralized, non-cavitated enamel and dentin can be “healed”, which should switch treatment plans from a surgical approach to more preventive strategies with caries-risk assessment, early caries detection, and intensive preventive/prophylactic measures, together with patient education and behaviour changes. The development of materials allows us to review conservative treatment, and to implement a minimal intervention approach which involves: Fluoride and/or calcium phosphate-based remineralization systems, dental sealants, resin infiltration, etc.

MOTHER WAY OF CARIES MANAGEMENT – PART II - CASE PRESENTATIONS
Hande Sar Sancakli (Turkey)

Learning Objectives

  • > Case presentations through minimum intervention approaches
  • > Caries management through the different phases of the life span via MI protocols
  • > Aesthetic improvement through caries management; resin infiltration

Abstract

Patients often suffer from caries lesion consequences and unaesthetic appearance due to surface color alterations of initial enamel caries and developmental disturbances which favour the cariologic progress. Contemporary caries prophylactic remineralizing agents or dental materials enable us to overcome these disturbances within the minimal invasive approach. Beside minimally invasive treatment modalities, resin infiltration technique stands for either ultra- minimal infiltrative action of the white-spot enamel lesions or camouflaging the color of enamel disturbances and      even abnormalities. The current lecture will include a variety of cases management via minimal invasive and aesthetic treatment modalities regarding the demands of the patients at different life-phases and requirements.

ORTHODONTICS AND INTERDISCIPLINARY TREATMENT
Jina Lee Linton (South Korea)

Learning Objectives

  • > The ultimate goal of dentistry is achieving a functional occlusion and facial & dental aesthetics. Orthodontics goals are the same, but often this cannot be achieved with orthodontics alone. Incorporating various disciplines of dentistry is required before, during, and after orthodontics.

Abstract

Orthodontic treatment goals are addressing the patient’s chief complaint, and achieving functional occlusion, facial aesthetics, dental aesthetics, periodontal health, TMJ health, and long-term stability. But skeletal disharmony, tooth wear, TMJ pathology, and periodontal disease may hinder an optimal treatment result. A multidisciplinary approach to orthodontic treatment is not only desirable, but necessary to achieve this.

LASING IS AMAZING: EMPLOYING DENTAL LASERS FOR MINIMALLY INVASIVE DENTISTRY
Joharia Azhar (Pakistan)

Learning Objectives

By the end of the presentation the participants will be able to:
  • > Restate the different applications of lasers.
  • > Interpret the laser-tissue bio-interactions.
  • > Analyze the effects of laser treatments in the clinical cases being presented.

Abstract

Lasers have been used in dentistry for the past 20 years. It is only recently that the field has evolved enough to catch the attention of dentists and patients alike. With a huge number of applications of lasers in dentistry, a new era of painless, minimally invasive dentistry has been initiated. Apart from various applications of lasers in the fields of periodontology, endodontics, oral surgery and oral pathology, aesthetic dentistry is another field where dental lasers are revolutionizing the treatment armamentarium. Among the many benefits of lasers in dentistry are least invasive care, quicker healing response and excellent patient compliance. The presentation will give a brief overview of different procedures in daily dentistry that can be performed using lasers. The applications of both hard and soft tissue dental lasers in dentistry will be discussed, and the difference in wavelengths elaborated. The different types of lasers and laser systems and their significance in oral pathology, aesthetic dentistry, periodontology, and oral surgery will be highlighted.

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