Thursday, February 20, 2020

Keynote Presentation 

Professor Tetsuo Nakamoto,
LSU Health Sciences Center, USA
Title: Theobromine: Safe alternative for fluoride in dentifrice; How theobromine was discovered?

Statement of the Problem: Caffeine (1,3,7-trimethyxanthine) and theobromine (3,7-dimethyxanthine) both are members of the xanthine family. Coffee and many soft drinks contain caffeine. Theobromine is the main ingredient in cacao and chocolate is made from.  Over 35 years ago, simple experiment in which the diet fed to lactating dams had caffeine added. The mineral contents of the tooth from the pups which sucked the caffeine-containing dam’s milk were decreased. The experiments were started to determine if caffeine would affect either enamel or dentin or both.

Methodology & Theoretical Orientation: Dams were fed with caffeine diet and their pups were sacrificed at postnatal day 22 and 1st molars were extracted and enamel surface were exposed to weak acid solution. Ca, P, and Mg of the dissolve solution from the caffeine group were more than the control. Enamel and dentin were separated. The crystallite size of the enamel of the pup’s tooth from caffeine group was smaller. By feeding a cariogenic diet, caffeine group showed the higher incidence of caries score in the separate study. We conducted an experiment to grow apatite crystals in vitro by adding various member of the xanthine group. Theobromine produced larger crystal sizes compared to caffeine. We conducted the exactly the same procedure as caffeine, but adding theobromine in the maternal diet. The dissolved minerals on this group were far less compared to control. Because the chemical which affects the enamel structure is only fluoride, theobromine might play a similar role like fluoride, but much safer because chocolate has been eaten over centuries without any adverse effects in the human health. The comparative studies of the various parameters between theobromine and fluoride were done. Recently fluoride was designated as one of the developmental neurotoxicants as more adverse effects of fluoride are revealed.

Findings: The comparative studies have shown theobromine based dentifrice are superior to each parameter studied.

Conclusion & Significance: In the first time, non-fluoride dentifrice based upon theobromine was developed and this is safe and effective compared to that of the fluoride-based dentifrice.

About Professor Tetsuo Nakamoto,
Tetsuo Nakamoto: Education,  Nihon University, School of Dentistry, Tokyo, Japan, DDS, 1964, Dentistry. University of Michigan,  Ann Arbor, Michigan, Graduate Dentistry, MS, 1966, Prosthodontics. University of North Dakota, Dept. of Physiology and Pharmacology, School of Medicine, Grand Forks, North Dakota, MS, 1969, Physiology. University of Michigan, Dept. of Physiology, Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, MS, 1971, Physiology. Massachusetts Institute of Technology  (MIT), Dept. of Nutrition and Food Science,  Cambridge, Ma., PhD, 1978, Nutritional Biochemistry and Metabolism. The founding members of Theodent  (New Orleans) and Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) and Chairman of the board, 2007- Present.  The BioInnovation Center,  New Orleans. La. The founding members of Theocorp Holding Company (New Orleans) and CSO and Chairman of the board, 2007- Present. The BioInnovation Center, New Orleans, La. Professor of Emeritus,  LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, La., 2006- Present. Professor of Pediatrics, Dept. of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, LSU Health Sciences  Center, New Orleans, La, 2000 – 2006. Professor of Physiology, School of Medicine, School of Dentistry, and Graduate School, LSU Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, La, 1991 – 2006, he was an assistant and associate professor before the  promotion to a professor.

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Date: March 02-03, 2020
Venue: Holiday Inn Edinburgh 132 Corstorphine Rd, Edinburgh EH12 6UA Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Oral Presentation on Pediatric Dentistry by Dr. Samia Al-Khuwaitem

Title: Children's Oral Care, Luxury or Urgent Necessity 

Oral Presentation Session | March 02-03, 2020.

Global Overview:
Statistics of oral diseases, caries specifically, in children and adolescents are as high as 90% in some countries. Taking in consideration its consequences as infections, pain, premature tooth loss and malocclusions. At the end, it affects the child and his family's quality of life negatively. 

Parents Perception:
High percentage of people think that dental care for a child is a luxury treatment for those who are wealthy. Parents do not give their children oral care a priority as long as the child has no serious complains. For some it’s the high cost of dental treatments, for others its hesitation to expose the young child to unpleasant dental experience. Not to forget the misperception that primary teeth will fall down and be replaced eventually and requires no treatment.

Health Care Providers Perception:
Health care providers in pediatric departments and Obstetrics should have an effective rule in parental education and referral of patients who require any dental care. Unfortunately, even some general dentists refuse to see a very young child in their clinic for many reasons.

Decision Makers/ Governments:
Decision-makers in many countries underestimate the effectiveness and efficiency of dental preventive measures. The strict application of it will lower the oral disease prevalence in their population. Treatment of advanced oral diseases, that could have been prevented in the first place makes a huge financial burden on governments.

Time to Take an Action:
a. Dentists play an important role in parents' education with regard to children's oral care.
b. Strict preventive programs to be legislated in maternity and children hospitals as well as in schools.
c. Insurance companies can be very selective in covering dental treatments.

About Dr. Samia Al-Khuwaitem and her achievements: Dr. Samia Al-Khuwaitem Pediatric dentist from Saudi Arabia, Dammam city. Holds a bachelor’s degree in dental surgery (BDS) & Master degree in pediatric dentistry from King Saud University, College of Dentistry, Riyadh City. She also, holds a certificate in dental practice management from the University of Toronto, Canada. Worked as a part-time faculty in Princess Nora Bint Abdulrahman University, College of Dentistry, Pediatric Dentistry department. Dr. Samia Al-Khuwaitem also has clinical experience in pediatric dental practice for over 8 years. She is a Member of the Saudi Dental Society (SDS). Member of the Saudi Society of Pediatric Dentistry (SSPD). Member of the American Association of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD). Dr. Samia Al-Khuwaitem is the founder of the first specialized pediatric dentistry private center in Saudi Arabia. Interested in public education about oral care for children through social media and public events.

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Thursday, December 26, 2019

Periodontitis: Gum Disease

Considering the various known oral diseases. Periodontitis is the most common issue in oral healthcare and when left unattended it can easily damage the entire nature of the teeth.

Periodontitis, also known as Gum Disease is a condition in which inflammation of the soft tissues or Gums and as a result tooth loss can occur. Gums act as a supporting structure for the teeth and when it gets degraded it loses the capability to support the teeth. 

Causes of Periodontitis:
  • It happens when a bacterial organism and plaque develop around the tooth, and the insusceptible framework dispatches a response.
  • Smoking expands the danger of gum infection and of treatment not working.
  • Prevalently gram-negative anaerobic bacterial organisms are the main reseasons for the occurrence of the Plaque and the various bacterial types are: A. actinomycetemcomitans, P. gingivalis, P. intermedia, B. forsythus, C. rectus, E. nodatum, P. micros, S. intermedius and Treponema sp.
  • Poor Dental Hygiene and improper Food habit can also cause Periodontitis.
Periodontitis can also be considered as a Chronic disease if no proper treatment care is done. The various procedures and medications available for the diagnosis of Periodontitis are:

The first and foremost treatment method is self-medication which is following proper oral hygiene and food habits.
  • Since the root cause for the disease is the formation of plaque due to the chemical activity of the Bacteria, antimicrobial mouth rinse, such as chlorhexidine can be used to eliminate the presence of Bacterial Inflammation in the teeth. This also includes the usage of antibiotics Gels and Enzyme suppressants.
  • Advanced periodontitis treatment methods such as Flap surgery and Grafts usage are also followed to improve the oral condition from the Gum disease.
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Fatima Zohra Chigara- Young Researcher Forum | Oral Presentation

Title: Autogenous teeth bone graft in implantology

Abstract: Each year thousands of extracted teeth are considered as clinical waste, but today, these teeth can be successfully used for guided bone regeneration as an autogenous teeth bone graft in many cases of bone loss.

The different characteristics of the dentin make it a perfect material for bone regeneration and structural and functional restoration of bone defects allowing implants to be successfully placed in situations of bone resorption.

By following a certain protocol of tooth grinding, dentin particles are obtained and can be grafted into the alveoli, and alveolar bone defects or even as sinus fillers. Thus an extracted tooth should no longer be considered as environmental waste as it represents today a valuable treatment alternative with very positive clinical and histological feedback.

About the Author:

Fatima Zohra Chigara is a final year dentistry student at the Algiers University. She works as an intern at a university hospital and is also pursuing an internship at a private cabinet specialized in implantology. She’s currently writing her thesis about guided bone regeneration with a prime focus on autogenous bone grafts. Fatima Zohra is part of the dentistry department scientific club Myrrhe and is involved with raising awareness about oral health and dental disease prevention as an active member of the association.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Innovation and Implementation in the field of Pediatric Dentistry

Dental care from infant age is a must in order to maintain their future dental health. This branch in dentistry can involve both clinical and research studies. A pediatric dentist helps the child to cover all his/her needs from the infant to the teen. Thus, unusual eating habits, improper tooth structures, and Milk tooth during their childhood can be improved by consulting the Paediatric Dentist regularly to avoid improper alignment of the Teeth which may bring out facial discomfort for the individual. This also includes educating the parents about nutritional diets for the children. Pediatric Dentistry also includes Oral healthcare for babies who are below 36months.

Various painless treatment procedures and non-invasive techniques are also preferred for the babies to lower the risk of Decay issues in the children when they grow older.

The main aim of the treatment involves the Prevention of Tooth Decay, Dental Trauma in young age and Tooth development and Alterations.

To add more Pediatric dentistry also paves the way for the development of Dental Implants which are designed majorly for kids and infants. These implants remove the possibility of cases where crown discomforts occur in children and it is furthermore biocompatible.

  • Silver diamine fluoride which has stepped up as a one of the trusted and easy procedure for the Pediatrics where the usage of any clinical sharp tools are totally eliminated. 
  • Transillumination is an improved diagnostic method where a ray of high-intensity light is passed through the teeth to see what’s going on inside and between them.
  • Painless Injection systems and techniques allow the dentists to provide more reliable and simple treatment causing any discomfort for the infants.
Above mentioned are the few trends which are commonly followed and there are various other treatment methods that are available in Pediatric Dentistry.

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Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Organizing Committee Member- Dr. Huda Abutayyem

On behalf of the Scientific Committee and Executive Management we are honored to have Dr. Huda Abutayyem as an Organizing Committee Member at our 28th Euro Dentistry Congress which is scheduled at Edinburgh, Scotland on March 02-03, 2020.

Dr. Huda Abutayyem is currently an Assistant Professor and a Specialist Orthodontist at the Ras Al Kamiah Dental College (RAKCODS) She has both UAE and UK license and completed Ph.D in clinical orthodontics from Eastman Dental Institute, UCL London, United Kingdom. She is an  experienced academic and specialist in the field of orthodontics. She has the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of  Edinburgh (M.F.D.S). She have a number of publications posters and She was a speaker and moderator of some dentistry conferences.

Few research works of Dr. Huda Abutayyem are as follows:
  • Psycho-social impacts of malocclusion and orthodontic treatment in adolescent patients.
  • Robotic Use in Orthodontics: Literature Review
  • Case reports: Aggressive Dentigerous Cyst in a 9-year Child: A Case report and review of Literature Maxillofacial Surgery
  • Prevalence of Impacted Maxillary Canines and its Associated Anomalies among a Dental College Patients
  • Relevance of periodic evaluation of endodontically treated primary teeth.

We welcome you all to come and witness the Keynote talk on "Psycho-social impacts of malocclusion and orthodontic treatment in adolescent patients" by Dr. Huda Abutayyem at the 28th Euro Dentistry Congress at Edinburgh, Scotland.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Travel and Explore about Edinburgh

Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland which is in the central region of the country has a population of approximately 450,000. The Old and New Towns of Edinburgh were listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1995. In 2004, Edinburgh became the first member of the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative when it was designated as the City of Literature.

Few Unknown Facts about Edinburgh:
  • The town did not really begin to grow until the twelfth century when David I built what would later become Edinburgh Castle which was actually built with help of an extinct volcano. The rest of the town’s inhabitants were likely farmers, with perhaps a scattering of tradesmen. 
  • Edinburgh Castle is the most recognizable landmark in the city, it sits atop a volcanic peak and dominates the city skyline. 
  • Near Edinburgh Castle on the Royal Mile is the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. This attraction has two main features – first, it has several floors featuring optical illusions, light tricks, old-fashioned games, and magic displays which we had a lot of fun playing with.
  • To add more Edinburgh was the first city in the world to have its own fire service for the safety of people.
  • It is the only city in the world which has more number of trees per head of the living population.
  • It is the city which has more number of listed buildings.
  • The city is the stage for many of the festivals and events such as World's Largest Arts Event and the famous Edinburgh's International Book festival which takes place during the month of February and March

Local Attractions in the Edinburgh

Edinburgh Castle: Considered as the place which dominates the skyline of the city, Edinburgh Castle was built on the extinct volcano and it is one of the most attacked place in the global history. It is one of the common and the most preferred tourist spot in the city which majorly consist of war memorials and architectural subjects on the olden days.
Palace of Holyroodhouse: Located just opposite to the Edinburgh Castle is the Palace of Holyroodhouse which has served as palace for many kings and queens especially the great Queen Elizabeth. It still has the high-house utilities and the rooms which are used by the kings and queens are open to public which also includes the Great Architecture Gallery.

Surgeons Hall Museums: The Surgeons Hall Museums are considered as the one of oldest museums in Scotland. It is the official headquarters for the famous Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. It mainly consist of the surgical memorabilia collections in the field of Dentistry, Radiology and histopathology. The Hall also included the collections of many ancient articles, newspapers, models and surgical instruments.

Rosslyn Chapel: Being one of the impeccable and finest structure in the city of Edinburgh Rossyln Chapel construction was started in the 14th Century and it was considered as the most sacred ground for the local Catholics during the period of sinclair who is the founder of the Rosslyn Chapel. The iconic significance of the building was the Crypt which is present in the lower level of the Chapel and it is believed that the mummified head of Jesus Christ and various jewels and treasure crowns of the Scottish royal family were buried inside the Crypt.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art: The Scottish Gallery consist of Numerous Arts, Sculptures, Drawings and ancient book collections of high places and royal family. The Gallery consist of two phases - i) Modern One and ii) Modern Two. Various sculptures by famous artists are preserved from the 19th century.

Dean Village: Considered as the center of attraction in the city of Edinburgh and it has most charming and excellent surrounding along with the exemplary scenes. It was once the residence for the industrial workers present along the deep valley and even some of the worker are seen there. It is one of the most calm and soothing place in the city.

Inchcolm Island: It is one of the islands in the Firth of Forth and it is was founded by King Alexander 1 when he was forced to seek protection in the island during a storm. The Island is surrounded by 2 beaches and plenty of hills around where best view of the nature can seen.

Dugald Stewart Monument: It is iconic monument known in the city of Edinburgh and a common visiting place in Scotland. It's structure the circular temple of eight fluted Corinthian columns around an elevated urn, on a circular podium gives the attractive view for the visitors. It was constructed as a memorial for the great mathematician Dugald Stewart.

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Friday, September 20, 2019

Expert's fruition- The success story of 27th Euro Dentistry Congress

With great support from our Collaborators and Organizing Committee, PULSUS Conferences successfully completed “27th Euro Dentistry Congress” (Euro Dentistry 2019) which was held at Park Inn by Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre in London, UK on July 15-16, 2019.

We would like to thank all our Speakers, Poster Presenters and Delegates for taking out your time and sharing their research work with our peer network. We are very glad to have shared a great relationship with all these Attendees, associations and we hope to see even greater support in our upcoming events.

Euro Dentistry 2019 improvised the aspect of Dentistry in many directions for Research Scholars, Students and Professional staffs who were involved during the conference.

We would like to extend our thanks to our collaborators for their constant support. It wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our Media Partners who helped us in promoting this event. We thank our Media partners for their support in helping us reach a greater audience.

We would like to thank our Organizing Committee Members,
  • Amy Dayries-Ling - Whole Healing Dental, USA
  • Rachel Dilley- Town Hall Dental, UK
  • Shawqi Al-Hashemi- Surgipact ltd, UK
  • Tussavir Tambra- Afterburner Dental Technologies UK
  • Maria Concepcion Parrenas- University of the East Philippines
  • David Claridge-Care Stream Dental UK

With a great response and feedback which we received at this event, Pulsus Conferences is proud to announce our upcoming conference, 28th Euro Dentistry Congress @ Edinburgh, Scotland on March 02-03, 2020

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Theme: Revolutionary Trends in Dental Science

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Thursday, September 12, 2019

Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic Dentistry- Modern Lifestyle requires Modern Health Care

Cosmetic Dentistry is referred as one of the important highlights in the field of Dentistry. It improves the appearance of the teeth and the gums.

Positioning and alignment of the teeth along with corrections of dislocating tooth has been one of the most important need of Cosmetic Dentistry. Gaps between the tooth, Cracked teeth especially in the case of infants can be improved by various treatments in Cosmetic Dentistry.

Products which are most commonly used in Cosmetic Dentistry are:
  • Colored Gums and resins which are used as fillings between the tooth.
  • Caps and Crowns made of Silver, Gold and other composite materials.
  • Durable Plastic Materials which are used for Dental bonding.
  • Dentures
  • Dental Braces and etc..
One of most improvised used of Dental Cosmetics is the use of Dental Products in Sports. Mouth Guards, Tooth Plastic protection where in the most of cases the upper teeth and even the lips during vital periods in the game.

One of the recent advancements in Cosmetic Dentistry is the Regrowing of the broken or damages teeth which involves a simple injection of stimulating drugs in the pulp region of that tooth. So this kind of treatment reduces the usage of resins and also improves the cosmetic appearances of the victim.

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Thursday, September 5, 2019

Euro Dentistry 2020 | March 02-03, 2020 | Edinburgh, Scotland

28th Euro Dentistry Congress: A Revolutionary Beginning in the field of Dental Health Care.

After the overwhelming success of 27th Euro Dentistry Congress which was held in the London United Kingdom, welcomes you with the immense pleasure to attend the 28th Euro Dentistry Congress slated on March 02-03, 2020 at Edinburgh, Scotland.

Euro Dentistry 2020 will bring new ideas, research, methodologies and strategies to excel in the field of dentistry which center around the theme “Revolutionary Trends in Dental Science

Euro Dentistry 2020 will have an impressive roaster of keynote speakers, plenary speakers and other participants around the world to share their exploration discoveries to the worldwide specialists. Meet dental experts, Speakers, Delegates to strengthen and update your ideas on recent treatment protocols.

We welcome your participation at this International Conference.

Euro Dentistry 2020  is an event intended to provide an exclusive platform for new researchers, scholars, dentists, surgeons, physicians, students and educators to showcase their novel ideas and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and key concerns adopted in the Dental Health. The two-day educational event will include keynote presentations, oral presentations, and poster presenters on the advanced techniques as well as papers in all the fields of dentistry in health careEuro Dentistry 2020 aims at exploring advances in dental practice, management and education in relation to health disparities as well as a breadth of other topics. Euro Dentistry 2020 will provide an opportunity for dental practitioners and educators to exchange research evidence, models of best practice and innovative ideas. It is a platform for dental students, faculty, deans, researchers, and leaders to collaborate and showcase their research topics affecting dental education. Euro Dentistry 2020 also energizes the entry of various researchers and healthcare professionals in the field of Dental Health and Oral hygiene.

The various sessions which are to be discussed in Euro Dentistry 2020 are:
  • Dental health
  • Tooth Anatomy and extensive Care
  • Pediatric dentistry
  • Oral Cancer
  • Orthodontics
  • Endodontics
  • Dental Nursing
  • Epidemiology of Dental and oral health disorders
  • Dental Complications
  • Pathophysiology of Dental and Oral disorders 
  • Clinical researches in dental health
  • Dental caries and treatment methodologies
  • Dental Imaging
  • Dental products and Biomaterials
  • Dental implants
  • Dental instruments and devices
  • Dental cosmetics
  • Diagnosis and treatment in Dental health care
  • Advancements in dental treatments and therapies 

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Keynote Presentation  Professor Tetsuo Nakamoto, LSU Health Sciences Center, USA Title: Theobromine: Safe alternative for fluoride i...