35th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health

On behalf of the Dental Management, it gives us great pleasure to welcome you all to participate in 35th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health which is going to be held on June 15-16, 2020 at Barcelona, Dubai, UAE.
Dental Management 2020anticipates participants around the globe with thought provoking Keynote lectures, Oral and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of our International Journals. This is a great open door for the agents from Universities and Institutes to interface with the world class Scientists. The participated members can affirm their interest by enlisting for the gathering alongside your partners. Dental Medicine and Surgery focuses on recent innovations. It’s a 2-day event which will grab the attendee’s attention to explore in field of dentistry. It has a comprehensive scientific session that states the current issues in the vast fields of dental management and oral health. It accomplishes the greatest accumulatio…

Learn more about “How to reduce your risk for getting heart attack or stroke up to four times”

Dental Health, Heart Diseases and Stroke:
The health of your mouth may affect your overall health of your body. Inproper oral health may influence your body’s response to heart disease and stroke. Healthy gums help protect your body from the bacteria (germs) on your teeth and in your mouth that can cause an infection. If germs stay on your teeth for too long, layers of plaque and tartar (hardened plaque) develop. This buildup leads to early gum disease, called gingivitis. Redness, swollen, tender or bleeding gums are symtomes of an early gum infection. Unless the infection is treated the inflammation continues.
Inflammation is the body’s natural response to an infection or a foreign object in side our body. Experts think that as inflamed blood vessels swell less blood may flow to the heart and the rest of the body, raising blood pressure.
Bacteria may enter the bloodstream through the gums and become part of fatty plaques (a buildup of fat, cholesterol, calcium and other substances) in …

How psychosomatic stress has an impact to our teeth and even to our whole periodontal system

Periodontal disease
Periodontal disease is a common chronic inflammatory disease characterized by destruction of the supporting structures of the teeth and includes gingivitis and periodontitis.On the other hand, diabetes is a metabolic syndrome whose commonness is growing rapidly. It is known to be accompanied by serious complications such as blindness, gangrene, nephropathy, healing disorders, cardiovascular disease, and even death. Periodontal disease is the sixth most prevalent complication of diabetes, as the risk of periodontitis increases about three times in diabetic patients compared to non-diabetics.
Psychosomatic stress:
There are two concepts/hypothesis to explain the relationship between “Psyche” and “Soma” Chronic diseases are the feedback of long-term interactions between a host and its environment and are multifactorial in nature. A number of mechanisms have been suggested, which could mediate the putative relationship between psychosocial conditions and inflammatory peri…

Dental Problems and Diabetic Patients

Dental diseases are the most common chronic diseases worldwide, and a costly burden to health care services. An estimated billion peoples worldwide suffer from dental caries (tooth decay). Dental diseases include dental caries, exploratory defects of enamel, dental erosion and periodontal disease.
One of the current leading Dental Problem is Gum disease. ‘’Gum disease” is an infectious disease by germs present in the gums and mouth. It is one of the most usual infections in people around the world. In its more severe form known as “periodontitis” the infection is long lasting. The soft gums and bone around the teeth disband over time. This can lead to loss of teeth.
PERIODONTITIS may lead to RAISES blood sugar and causes type 2 diabetes.
People with Diabetes, especially unrestrained diabetes, have more gum disease than those without diabetes. We have known that for a long time. Now, scientists are finding that gum disease may raise blood sugar levels in people with and without diabetes.

Protect yourself against Oral Cancer!

What is Oral cancer?
The word oral cancer includes cancers of the mouth and the pharynx (the back of the throat).Cancer is a disease where cells in the body grow abnormally. Oral cancer is a chronic disease where cancer cells form in the mouth, lips, cheeks, gums, tongue, hard palate, tonsils and the throat.
Every day in each hour a person dies due to oral cancer. Oral cancer has been associated with the chronic and uncontrolled use of tobacco and alcohol. More recently it has been shown that Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection is also associated with oral cancer.
What is the risk factor for developing oral cancer? 1     Tobacco and alcohol use: Most cases of oral cancer are linked to cigarette smoking, heavy alcohol use, or the use of both tobacco and alcohol together. Using tobacco plus alcohol lead to a much greater risk than using either substance alone.     HPV: Infection with the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus (specifically the HPV 16 type) has been linked to a subset o…

Current Problem for Tooth | Root Canal Treatment or Endodontic Treatment

A root canal treatment involves the removal and replacement of a tooth’s pulp. The pulp is pulpy tissue containing blood vessels, nerves and connective tissue. The pulp is found in a canal that runs through the centre of the hard tissue on the interior part of the tooth. The pulp expands from the pulp chamber in the crown down through the root canal to the tip of the root in the jawbone. A tooth has only one pulp room but may have more than one root and several root canals.
If pulp became damaged through wound or disease and cannot repair itself, bacteria and their products can leak into the pulp and cause the pulp to die. If a root canal procedure is not performed, an abscess can form at the tip of the root and cause severe pain. Even if there have no pain, the bone anchoring the tooth in the jaw can be damaged. If the treatment not performed, the tooth may have to be extracted. It is well-recognized and universally accepted that a successful outcome in endodontic treatment essentiall…

Initial Announcement of 34th International Conference on Dental & Oral Health

On behalf of the ME Conferences, it gives us great pleasure to welcome you all to participate in 34thInternational Conference on Dental and Oral Health which is going to be held on October 21-22, 2019 at Helsinki, Finland. The theme of this conference is “Modern Dentistry: Bringing life to your Smiles” A scientific and advisory committee will ensure a highly interactive, scientifically stimulative and intensive program for the conference. The planning sessions and the theme based symposia will be addressed by an outstanding list of international and national faculties, an interaction workshop has been planned that will address on diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in a variety of clinical settings for Dental Health. Dental Management 2019 anticipates participants around the globe with thought provoking Keynote lectures, Oral and Poster presentations. The attending delegates include Editorial Board Members of our International Journals. This is a great open door for the agents from Uni…