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.

The medical specialty of dentistry focuses on the identification, management, and avoidance of conditions affecting the teeth, gums, and mouth. It also covers occlusion (bite) and aesthetics, among other elements of oral health.

Primary care providers, dentists offer a broad range of services, such as oral surgery, cleanings, extractions, and fillings. Additionally, they help patients learn about preventative care and dental hygiene.

Attending the Dentistry Congress 2024 offers valuable insights into the latest scientific advancements in dental care. It's a prime opportunity to stay updated on cutting-edge research, techniques, and treatments in oral health.


Dental health refers to the state of the teeth, gums, mandible, and dental tissue as a whole. Worried about how illnesses and medical conditions, such as gum disease and pits, affect a person's oral health.

The temporomandibular joint and other solid, supporting, neurological, vascular, and physical components that determine an individual's optimal oral condition are also included, in addition to the teeth and their conditions.

Dentistry Congress 2024 is a pivotal event for those seeking to deepen their understanding of dental health from a holistic perspective, integrate advanced technologies into practice, and stay abreast of innovative treatments and preventive strategies

Dental life systems is the study of the structure of human teeth. The naming of teeth and the patterns that comprise them are arranged in dental life systems, an orderly discipline whose data is useful for dental therapy. The development of teeth begins prior to birth, and throughout this period, the final shape of the teeth is not fully determined.

  • Classes of teeth: incisors, canines, premolars, molars
  • FDI numbering system
  • Crown and root
  • Embrasures
  • Mamelons


Dental treatment decisions for a range of dental conditions heavily depend on tooth life systems. One can thoroughly investigate and find out the different tooth designs as well as their significance. While there are many different ways to address dental issues, CEOs should be encouraged to provide exceptional dental care. This may be accomplished by using a variety of medications and simple, everyday routines.

Oral and maxillofacial medicine include the diagnosis, treatment, and management of abnormalities, injuries, and diseases affecting the soft and hard tissues of the mouth, the head, neck, and face, as well as the maxillofacial region, which encompasses the jaws and face. An oral and maxillofacial specialist may execute dental replacements, jaw, mouth, and facial cancer identification and evacuation, jaw and facial bone arrangement, jaw recreation, and other procedures. Pioneers in a constantly evolving profession are oral and maxillofacial radiologists.


The area of dentistry is likewise a piece of the computerized unrest, which is upsetting each component of life and has a large number of suggestions for medication. Subject matter authorities agree, innovation progressions will improve and stretch out admittance to dental consideration over the long haul, taking into consideration same-day care and less office visits, making a sound grin more reasonable.

  • Intra oral cameras
  • Digital radiography
  • Electric and surgical/implant handpieces
  • 3D Printing
  • Photography (extraoral and intraoral)
  • Practice and patient record management software
  • Shade matching
  • Dental loupes
  • Diagnodent
  • Virtual augmented reality
  • Dental lasers
  • Digital X-rays

"Supportive dentistry" refers to both the restoration of the mouth's functionality and aesthetics as well as the treatment of oral health issues. Dental fillings, crowns, facades, extensions, partial and complete prosthetic teeth, and dental inserts are some of the procedures that fall under the prosthodontic dentistry specialization.

  • Root canal therapy
  • Amalgam-Silver dental fillings
  • Dentures
  • Porcelain crowns and fixed bridges

Dentistry that treats gingiva, gums, and teeth is known as cosmetic dentistry. It primarily focuses on improving dental sensation in terms of inclusion, position, size, form, plan, and overall appearance of the grin. Many subject matter experts in dentistry use the term "restorative dental specialists". Techniques from corrective dentistry are applied to improve tooth sensation.


Because of unusual food habits and inadequate oral hygiene, children's dental problems are becoming more widespread. Pediatric dentists are in charge of children's oral health, which includes taking into account their mouth, teeth, and gums as they get older. Children's teeth differ from adults' teeth, thus a pediatric dentist should examine children's teeth and determine what has to be done for treatment. A dental appointment is anticipated after the primary tooth in order to prevent tooth decay before it starts.

  • Dental cleaning
  • Tooth coloured fillings
  • X-rays
  • Interceptive orthodontic care
  • Sealants
  • Space maintainers


Achieving and maintaining osseointegration and gingival epithelial attachment are the challenges associated with the embed procedure. This is the reason why the inserts use nanotechnology. The fields of dentistry, endodontics, and periodontal organization are benefiting from advancements in nanoparticles and nanotubes. Fresh covering innovations are being developed for dental inserts (teeth) that include hydroxyapatite and related calcium phosphate. While covering the materials, nanotechnology plays a major role.

  • Nanoparticles in resin- based composites (restorative dentistry)
  • Nanorods
  • Orthodontic nanorobots
  • Dendritic polymeric nanodevice to detect cancer cells
  • Dentifrobots


The methodical alteration of the teeth and jawbones to deceitfully alter the dentition is known as dentistry. However, dental medicine covers tooth extraction as well as several craniofacial puzzles, such as the temporomandibular joint and other supporting tissues. The tasks involved in dental medical procedures go beyond just extracting damaged wisdom teeth and creating root canals.

Nursing is a brilliant vocation in the medical services region since it gives cautious consideration to patients, their families, and the overall population to help them recuperate and protect their wellbeing. In dental practices, a dental medical caretaker helps the dental specialist, dental expert, dental trained professional, and patients. A dental medical attendant might be liable for check-ups, profound and actual help, hardware arrangement, sterilization, medication guidelines, working intimately with the dental specialist, determination arrangement, pre-really taking a look at the device, and patient observing.

Everyone, including children, needs dental care and should see a dentist for an inspection around once every few months. Teeth can be protected against decay with sealants, and formed filth can be removed from teeth by scaling and cleaning. While teeth with deep grooves or cavities can be restored, the most frequently treated teeth are molars and premolars.

Computerized radiography is used in dentistry, which challenges the notion of traditional X-beam imaging. In periapical, comprehensive, and cephalometric dental radiographs, the tiny x-beam films are positioned in between the teeth. While two-dimensional images are commonly used, 3D sweeps are now advised since they provide an accurate estimate of the breadth and profundity of the teeth, especially when the designs' depth is still unknown.

After dental treatment, complications may arise that could lead to serious problems, particularly after medications and procedures. Dental complications can also lead to a high treatment failure rate, resulting in complete tooth damage. According to the Dental Associations, dental issues can be resolved by using various analgesics and local anesthesia in the treatment area.

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry that deals with the tissues and dental pulp surrounding the underlying structure of a tooth. Examples of endodontic activity include root trench treatment, endodontic medicine, and innovative tooth-salvage techniques after severe dental trauma. Experts in the field, endodontists are skilled in handling a variety of challenging endodontic conditions. Endodontists fix teeth swiftly and painlessly by using state-of-the-art technologies and precise techniques to obtain an incredibly accurate image inside the tooth.

  • Root canal treatment
  • Peri radicular surgery
  • Apicoectomy
  • Pulp capping
  • Pulpotomy
  • Apexification
  • Pulpal regeneration


Periodontics is the branch of dentistry that focuses solely on treating the fire disease that destroys the gums and other supportive tissues surrounding teeth. The gums, cementum alveolar bone, and periodontal tendon are examples of auxiliary tissues that make up the periodontium. Periodontists use scaling and root planing, root surface debridement, and regenerative techniques to treat cases ranging from mild gum disease to more severe periodontitis. Periodontists can also provide care when it's necessary for patients with severe gum infections.


Prosthodontics, a branch of dentistry, focuses on replacing or recovering missing or damaged teeth. Prosthodontists, sometimes referred to as "grin draftsmen," are incredibly talented specialists with a superior understanding of the relative multitude of qualities that go into making an incredible, practical, and regular-looking smile, including the teeth as well as the lips, gum line, and facial features. A prosthodontist usually leads a team of dental specialists in planning and carrying out a comprehensive smile makeover.


At the point when the mouth is shut, malocclusion happens when the teeth are not as expected adjusted. Orthodontics is a dental speciality that spotlights on rectifying malocclusions. Orthodontic treatment comprises of fixing or moving teeth to work on their appearance.


When teeth are growing, at least one tooth is lacking, a condition known as hypodontia. This disorder may affect both the very durable and important dentition. There are two varieties of dentition: a deciduous kind and an incredibly durable type. Tooth agenesis is the most common craniofacial abnormality in humans. It may manifest as a non-syndromic lone component or as a genetic irregularity. The cause of hypodontia, such as genetic or environmental factors, can be determined practically instantly.

The sensitive tissues of the dental parts, such as the pulps and gums, are where the effects of growth cells are most apparent. These tissues form patterns resembling red and white patches, which can be fatal as the condition progresses. The main causes of oral disease are biting tobacco, smoking, drinking, genetics, changes in quality, and the Human Papilloma Virus. The removal of hazardous cells can be decided based on the stage of the malignant development cells. Treatment strategies, such as cancer resection, are preferred at the end of the growing area.

Oral pathology is the study of diseases that affect the maxillofacial and oral regions. The diagnosis and investigation of infections affecting the mouth are the focus of the specialism of oral pathology. The decision to proceed with a biopsy is made when the results of the pre-clinical tests are unsatisfactory. A sample of living tissue is removed for testing during the meticulous biopsy procedure. A biopsy might be of three different kinds. A number of factors, including intrinsic, acquired, and environmental influences, can result in oral sickness.


Gum disease, bad breath, and yellow teeth can all be caused by poor oral hygiene, but they can be successfully avoided by brushing and flossing twice a day, eating regularly, and seeing a dentist on a regular basis. The fundamentals of excellent dental hygiene are taught from an early age. In essence, knowledge of common dental issues and their causes is essential since it can help prevent them.


Treatment of alterations affecting the head, face, neck, jaws, and other associated structures is a meticulous expertise. Specialists in craniofacial medicine regularly treat a wide range of deformities, including micrognathia, Apert's syndrome, microsomia, microsomia, microtia, and other intrinsic ear abnormalities; they also treat the severe and persistent aftereffects of facial cracks, microsynostosis, intriguing craniofacial clefts, congenital fissure and sense of taste, and many other conditions.

Generally speaking, the complete changes brought on by dental disorders would be easier to see in the dental field. Microorganisms in the cavities, which progressively contribute to the decay and rot of the teeth, may be responsible for the physiological effects. Mutans During the most popular method of tooth separation, streptococci, a common bacteria found in holes, release a corrosive. When given to the body in large quantities, this corrosive can have harmful effects. The body as a whole may be affected by dental deterioration.


Dental pharmacology and therapeutics is a field that is always evolving, thus it is necessary to stay up to date on new prescriptions, drug associations, and therapeutic patterns. Antimicrobials, pyrotechnic medications, and anxiolytics are some of the therapeutic experts used. Drug use is on the rise in tandem with population aging. People in their latter years are likely to experience persistent dental problems such as gum recession and tooth tragedy. The risk of medication treatments and the outcomes of multiple medication treatments are reduced by the use of clinical pharmacology and negative medication cooperations.

Dental caries is the most prevalent dental illness. It is caused by a build-up of microorganisms in the tooth area that are exposed to mature sugars from the patient's diet. To maintain a good dental state, therapy and diagnostic procedures such as root trench treatment, insight tooth extraction, inside tooth imaging, and various intermittent medicines, such scaling and cutting, should be used. Despite the availability of numerous modern moving therapies, dental education among individuals, particularly children, can completely prevent the development of caries.


Biocompatible dental materials include metals, polymers, chemical resins, and engineered materials, all of which are readily absorbed by the patient's host body and have no adverse effects. These materials can perform tasks that are comparable to those of real teeth. Saps and gums used to fill holes are made from dimethacrylate, silicon dioxide, amalgam, and other materials.



It is impossible to overstate the importance of maintaining good dental hygiene in preventing illness. Dental hygiene is the practice of regularly cleaning the spaces between teeth and the tongue to maintain a healthy mouth free of diseases. Periodontitis, gum disease, tooth decay, and other oral health issues are the most persistent. Taking care of the mouth is essential to prevent oral health issues in the future. It is recommended to brush twice a day and to maintain appropriate food acclimatization.

Inserts might be useful for individuals who have skewed teeth or broken teeth, which essentially affect their facial appearance. Dental inserts, for example, a misleading tooth, a mandibular jaw embed, or a molar embed, are the best choice for rectifying facial and dental irregularities.

  • Routine oral exams
  • Xrays, cleaning, Sealants
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Proper method of brushing and flossing method