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27th International Conference on

Dental Treatment

Theme: Challenges for Dental health with COVID-19 crisis

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Program Abstract Registration Awards 2020

18 years of lifescience communication


Performers / Professionals From Around The Globe

Conference Speaker

Jerome Cha

CEO of Hope Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry

Conference Speaker

Vesna Karic

Senior Lecturer at WITS University
South Africa

Conference Speaker

Trasarti Stefano

Specialist in Oral Surgery and Implantology

Conference Speaker

Kholoud N Moussa

Director of Academic & Training affairs King Fahd Hospital
Saudi Arabia

Conference Speaker

Tatjana Pushkar

University of Novi Sad

Conference Speaker

Mimoza Canga

University of Vlora

Conference Speaker

Lamiaa M. Moharam

Associate Professor at National Research Center

Conference Speaker

Carol Wells

Certified Biological Dental Hygienist

Conference Speaker

Angela Mulrooney

CEO of My Business Doctor Inc.

Conference Speaker

Frank Halling

University of Marburg

Conference Speaker

Nobuko Kashiwai

CEO of HAG Creation Ltd.

Conference Speaker

Tristan Staas

Founder of Stass & Bergmans

Tracks & Key Topics

Dental Treatment 2020


After successful completion of Dental Treatment 2019EuroSciCon is back & takes a great privilege to welcome you all to the beautiful city of Budapest, Hungary Europe for the 27th International Conference on Dental Treatment which is being held on September 7-8, 2020 and this time we focus on the recent advancements & its applications in Dental Treatment. Dental Treatment 2020 includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks (Speaker forum and Young research forum), Poster presentations, Workshops, Symposium and Exhibitions.

The theme of this year’s meeting is Challenges for Dental health with Covid-19 crisis" which will provide an international platform for discussion on of Dentistry & Dental Healthcare in present and future challenges in oral health, dental education, continuing education and expertise meeting. This event gathers all the eminent persons, professors, scientists, doctors, medical practitioners, health workers, professionals, students, and industrialists all over the world to exchange their ideas, researches and their experiences. Our conference provides quality, timely Symposium at the International Conference on Dental Treatment 2020.

Why to attend our conference:

This event will provide an opportunity to build and expand your network with various people and gives chance to make collaboration with other universities and research labs. It also helps you to meet the experts in the relevant field of study. It gives the access to novel instruments in the market. This conference plays a major role in your business development and maximizes the profit.

  • CPD credits by CPD standards office U.K
  • CME credits by CME standards office U.K
  • Keynote sessions by world’s most eminent researchers
  • Hands-on Workshop sessions
  • Live streaming of the conference
  • IOCM Certification
  • Direct interaction with globally eminent personalities.

Continuing Dental Education ensures that the dentists are provided with the latest diagnostic, preventive and treatment methods in the industry. Dentists who fail to keep pace may mean they’re actually falling behind in the quality of dental care they provide. As a dentist, these frequent changes challenge you to learn and adopt new ways to improve patient care.

What’s New?

Dental Treatment 2020 includes International attendee workshops, lectures and symposia, including a designated registration area, a refreshment break and gala lunch.  Dentists can join the EuroSciCon as an International member to receive discounts on registration. So come and join leading experts and allied professionals on September 7-8, 2020 in Budapest, Hungary to keep up with the rapidly accelerating pace of change that is already having an impact on the field of Dental & Oral Health and will continue to in the future.

Opportunities for Conference Attendees:

For Researchers & Faculty:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Companies:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering  
  • Marketing and Networking with clients

Target Audience:

  • Oral/Dental Surgeons
  • Principal Dentist’s
  • Dental Nurses
  • Orthodontists
  • Periodontics
  • Dentists
  • Dental House Officers
  • Dental (Maxillofacial) and Cosmetic Surgeons
  • Dental Radiologists
  • Dental and Oral Health Researchers, Faculty and Students
  • Dental and Oral Health Associations, Societies and Universities
  • Dental and Oral Hygienists & Therapists
  • Dental Treatment Coordinators
  • Dental Partners or Owners
  • Dental Wholesalers, Dealers and Distributors
  • Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
  • Procurement and Management teams from Corporate Dental Organizations
  • Dental Business/Practice Managers
  • Dental Material Manufacturers

Potential Participants:

Dental treatment  2020 invites participants from all leading clinics, universities, clinical research institutions and dental companies to share their research experiences on all aspects of this rapidly expanding stream and thereby providing a showcase of the latest research and provide a better health care to the world. This is designed for practising dentists, nurses, physicians in training and other oral healthcare professionals interested in the latest advances and techniques in the field. Another segment of participants are Dental researchers, Dental educators, Clinical organizations, Educational institutes, and Business leaders in the health sector worldwide.






Track 01:  Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial medical procedure (OMS or OMFS) represents considerable authority in treating numerous maladies and imperfections in the head, neck, face, jaws and the hard and delicate tissues of the oral (mouth) and maxillofacial (jaws and face) area. An oral and maxillofacial specialist is a territorial authority specialist treating the whole craniomaxillofacial complex: Anatomical zone of the mouth, and in addition related structures. Contingent on the purview, maxillofacial specialists may require preparation in dentistry, medical procedure, and general drug; capability in prescription might be embraced alternatively regardless of whether not required.

Orthognathic surgery is a type of medical procedure performed on the bones of the jaws to change their positions. It is a restorative facial medical procedure where distortions of the jaw exist. It might be shown for practical, corrective, or wellbeing reasons. Extreme hard deformations caused by jaw crisscross in size and position may cause significant issues. In instances of short upper lip and vertical overabundance of the upper jaw, the lips are normally open as they neglect to close without endeavours because of expanded lower third of the face. Therefore, it might invigorate unwanted mouth breathing which additionally intensifies impediment. Every now and again malocclusion can have a solid negative impact on discourse work and is joined by jaw joint torment. Impediment and the situation of jaws characterize the tallness of the lower third of the face, all things considered, along these lines the feel of the facial profile too.


  • Bone grafting
  • Implant-supported prosthesis
  • Impacted teeth
  • Tooth extraction
  • Fiberotomy
  • Maxillomandibular advancement surgery

Track 2: Implant Dentistry

Dental inserts are the main dental reclamation alternative that preserves natural bone, stimulating the bone growth & development. Dental impants are metal posts or casings that are precisely fixated into the jawbone underneath the gums. Once set up, they enable dental practitioners to mount prosthetic teeth onto them. Implants fuse with the jawbone; they give stable help to prosthetic teeth. Dentures and scaffolds mounted to inserts don’t slip or move in the mouth — a particularly critical advantage when eating and talking. This safe fit helps the dentures and scaffolds — and additionally, singular crowns set over inserts — feel more normal than ordinary extensions or dentures.

In 1952, Swedish orthopedic specialist P.I. Branemark found that titanium normally melds with bone, in the end exchanging his exploration center to the mouth from the knee and hip. The essential utilization of dental inserts is to help dental prosthetics. Present day dental inserts make utilization of osseointegration, the biologic procedure where bone wires firmly to the surface of particular materials, for example, titanium and a few pottery. The coordination of embed and bone can bolster physical burdens for a very long duration of time without disappointment.


  • Orthodontic anchor
  • Abutment
  • Lag screws

Track 3: Laser Dentistry

Lasers are been used in dentistry since 1990. Lasers can be used as a safe and effective treatment for a wide range of dental procedures and are often used in conjunction with other dental instruments. Laser decreases the discomfort of canker and cold sores & expose partially erupted wisdom teeth. It clears muscle connections that prevent proper movement. It oversees gum tissue while impressions for crowns or different strategies. It additionally destroys the overgrown tissues caused by specific prescriptions and performs biopsy techniques. It expels inflamed gum tissues and helps in the treatment of gum infection. It is useful in evacuating or reshaping gum and bone tissues during crown extending methods. It treats contaminations in root canals and accelerates tooth whitening strategies.

Dental specialists might not need to use a drill or direct anesthesia in a few methods, enabling the patient to appreciate a more loosened up dental experience. Laser strategies are more exact. Additionally, lasers can diminish side effects and recuperating times related with customary treatments; decrease the measure of microbes in both sick gum tissue and in tooth cavities, and control seeping amid surgical procedures.


  • Diode laser
  • Gingivae
  • Gum de-pigmentation

Track 4: Digital Dentistry

French professor François Duret is the "Godfather" of Digital Dentistry who invented dental CAD/CAM in 1973. Digital dentistry means the utilization of dental advances or devices that utilize digital or PC controlled segments to perform dental methodology instead of utilizing mechanical or electrical devices. The utilization of advanced dentistry can make the use of dental methodology more proficient than utilizing mechanical or electrical devices both for restorative as diagnostic purposes.

1. Improved proficiency — both expense and time

2. Improved precision in contrast with past strategies

3. The higher levels of predictability of results

Digital dentistry has additionally taken the earlier detection of dental diseases for example, earlier cavity identification and oral cancer screening analysis using novel tools.


  • Craniofacial structures
  • CAD/CAM in Dentistry
  • 3D Painting
  • Digital radiography
  • Occlusion and TMJ analysis and diagnosis
  • Lasers

Track 5: Prosthodontics

The term "prostho" refers to substitution and "dontist" implies managing teeth. Prosthodontics is a dental forte that relates to the determination, treatment arranging, restoration, and upkeep of the oral capacity, solace, appearance, and well-being of patients with clinical conditions related with absent or lacking teeth and additionally oral and maxillofacial tissues. Sometimes called the "architects of the smile."

Prosthodontists are prepared to deal with the most complex dental rebuilding efforts. From patients requiring recovery after horrible damage to making new grins for those conceived with hereditary facial deficiencies, prosthodontists have the extraordinary abilities expected to re-establish smiles to the best as can be expected to be.


  • Maxillo-facial prosthetics
  • Implant-based prostheses
  • Lab procedures prior to insertion
  • Dental radiography
  • Removable partial denture design
  • Denture base and teeth

Track 6: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the part of dentistry that deals with the adjustment of teeth and jaws that are positioned inappropriately. Crooked teeth and teeth that don't fit together correctly are in danger of being lost right on time because of tooth rot and periodontal malady and cause additional weight on the biting muscles that can prompt migraines, TMJ disorder and neck, bear and back agony. Teeth that are wraped or not in the perfect place can likewise bring down one's appearance. The orthodontist plays out a visual examination, all-encompassing x-beams and study models (chomp impressions) keeping in mind the end goal to evaluate the correct idea of the discrepancy.

The advantages of orthodontic treatment incorporate a more advantageous mouth, more satisfying appearance and teeth that will probably endure forever. Various sorts of apparatuses, both settled and removable are utilized to help move teeth, retrain muscles and influence the development of the jaws. These machines work by setting delicate weight on the teeth and jaws. The seriousness of your concern will figure out which orthodontic methodology is probably going to be the best.


  • Root and filling materials
  • Interceptive orthodontics
  • External root resorption and orthodontic treatment
  • Orthodontics and temporomandibular joint disorders
  • Recent Advances in Orthodontics
  • Invisalign Techniques
  • Implants in Orthodontics
  • Management of Cleft Lip and Palate
  • Management of temporo-mandibular disorders

Track 7: Endodontics

Endodontics is the field of dentistry concerning dental mash and tissues encompassing the underlying foundations of a tooth. "Endo" is the Greek word for "inside" and "odont" is Greek for "tooth." Endodontists utilize specific methods in finding the reason for the oral and facial torment that has been hard to the conclusion. They control desensitizing medicines particularly in patients. Notwithstanding treating you serenely, patients will be diminished of tooth torment when the mash disease or irritation mends.

It utilizes a little sheet of latex called a dental dam to separate the tooth amid treatment securing whatever is left of the mouth. Advanced radiographs and 3-D imaging enable endodontists to take detailed pictures of little tooth life structures to observe the root channels and any related contaminations. Endodontics use dental working magnifying instruments to more likely observe inside the root waterways to completely treat them.


  • Rhinosinusitis and endodontic disease
  • Pharmacologic management of endodontic pain
  • Endodontic microbiology
  • Biofilm in endodontics
  • Teledentistry in endodontics

Track 8:  Dentistry

Dentistry is  a branch which deals with the prevention and treatment of the oral diseases which includes teeth, oral cavity, gums and the underlying tissues in the mouth. Dentistry can also be known as the dental and oral health which deals with the study, diagnosis, treatment pertaining to the oral cavity. Medical specialty deals not solely with the teeth, however conjointly alternative aspects of the craniofacial advanced as well as the temporomandibular and other adjacent structures. Dentistry is a vast area which is a combination of various other related fields related to medicine. Dentistry has a wide scope and plays a very important role in the day to day life of each and every individual.


  • General Dentistry
  • Cosmetic dentistry
  • Pediatric dentistry
  • Forensic dentistry
  • Micro dentistry
  • Holistic dentistry
  • Restorative dentistry

Track 9: Dental Caries

Dental Caries or Tooth decay is damage to a tooth that can happen when decay-causing microbes especially bacteria in your mouth make acids attack the tooth's surface, or enamel. This can make a small hole in a tooth, called a cavity. If tooth decay is not treated at the right time it can cause pain, infection, and even tooth loss.


  • Dentin
  • Cementum
  • Dental fluorosis
  • Hypoplasia

Track 10:  Dentures

Prosthetic devices which are constructed to replace missing teeth and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity are called Dentures (False teeth). Removable dentures are called Conventional dentures (removable partial denture or complete denture). There are two main categories of dentures.  The main difference is whether they are used to replace missing teeth on the mandibular arch or on the maxillary arch.


  • Full Denture
  • Removable Partial Denture

Track 11:  Dental Materials 

Dental materials are specially fabricated materials designed for use in dentistry. There are many different types of dental materials, and their characteristics vary according to their intended purpose. Examples include temporary dressings, dental restorations (fillings, crowns, bridges), endodontic materials (used in root canal therapy), impression materials, prosthetic materials (dentures), dental implants, and many others.


  • Temporary dressings
  • Cements   
  • Lining Materials
  • Restorative materials
  • Denture base resins
  • Gypsum products
  • Impression materials
  • Base metal alloys
  • Dental implant models

Track 12: Advanced Dental Treatment

Dentistry is frequently characterized as the assessment, analysis, aversion and additionally treatment (non-surgical, surgical or related systems) of ache, ailments, or positions of the oral depression, maxillofacial region as well as the contiguous and related structures and their effect on the human body. Late advances in Aesthetic dentistryVeterinary dentistryGeriatric dentistryGreen dentistrySleep dentistryHypnodonticsPreventive dentistryConservative & Operative dentistry and Restorative dentistry urged specialists to investigate the potential for recovering useful and living teeth. Advanced Dental Treatments provide cutting edge technology for optimum dental care included with leading facilities like Spa Therapy rather than Typical dentistry.  It utilizes most gentle forms available like Laser dentistryInvisible Orthodontics (eg, Invisalign) etc., for the treatment of dental complications by the solicitations of novel technologies.


  • Modern Dentistry
  • Future trends in dental treatment

Track 13: Oral Health Care & Hygiene

Many times white or straight teeth are related with oral cleanliness however, a sterile mouth may have recoloured teeth and additionally crooked teeth. For appearance reasons, individuals may search out teeth brightening and orthodontics. Maintain a daily oral cleanliness schedule that viably expels plaque from the teeth. The microbes that flourish in the plaque biofilm that causes such a significant number of oral medical issues, including tooth rot and gum illness. Nutrition and lifestyle choices also play an important role.

Oral hygiene & cleanliness is the role of keeping the mouth spotless and free of sickness and different issues. It is essential that oral cleanliness is done all the time to empower counteractive action of dental infection and awful breath. The most widely recognized sorts of dental diseases are tooth rot (pits, dental caries) and gum illnesses, including gum disease, and periodontitis. Once in a while, white or straight teeth are related to oral cleanliness. However, a sterile mouth may have recoloured teeth as well as slanted teeth. For appearance reasons, individuals may search out teeth brightening and orthodontics.


  • Esthetic Dentistry
  • Protein-mediated enamel mineralization
  • Cardiovascular disease and dentistry
  • Diabetes complications
  • Glycemic control

Track 14: Dental Nursing

The role of dental nurses is to support the dental doctor in each facet of patient care. The dental nurses facilitate doctors in obtaining the suitable instruments prepared, intermixture materials for dental procedures and guaranteeing patient comfort. To boot they additionally facilitate in paper work, payment procedures and creating appointment. A number of the dental students take an energetic role within the dental prevention, cavity preparation and fillings of the primary/permanent teeth extraction below anesthesia and drain of symptoms.


  • Promoting oral health
  • Management of a wounded and bleeding causality
  • Cavity restoration with fillings
  • Dental public health
  • Management of minor injuries

Track 15: Pregnancy and Oral Health

Pregnancy does not automatically damage the teeth. It can lead to dental problems like gum disease and increased risk of tooth decay. During pregnancy, hormones level differs. It can affect the pregnant ladies resulting in plaque (the layer of germs on your teeth).

The old wives' tale that warns a woman to expect a lost tooth for every baby is false. If the mother does not take proper amount of calcium during pregnancy, her bones will provide the calcium which her growing baby needs instead of the teeth. This calcium loss will be shown up just after breastfeeding is stopped. By maintaining the proper hygiene at home and by the professional help from your dentist, teeth should be remained healthy throughout pregnancy. By research it has been found that there is a link between gum disease in pregnant women and premature birth with low birth weight. Premature babies may risk a range of health conditions including cerebral palsy and may face problems with eyesight and hearing.

It can be suggested that up to 18 out of every 100 premature births may be triggered by periodontal disease, which is a chronic gum infection. Appropriate dental treatment for the expectant mother may help to decrease the risk of premature birth.


  • Pregnancy Gingivitis
  • Pregnancy Tumours
  • Cranker Sores
  • Gum Disease

Track 16: Oral Microbiology and Pathology

Oral microbiology is the investigation of the microorganisms (microbiota) of the oral hole and their connections between oral microorganisms or with the host. The environment present in the human mouth permits the development of trademark microorganisms. It gives a wellspring of water and supplements and in addition a direct temperature. A dynamic harmony exists between dental plaque microorganisms and the intrinsic host barrier framework.

Oral and maxillofacial pathology (additionally named oral pathology, stomatognathic sickness, dental malady, or mouth illness) alludes to the infections of the mouth ("oral depression" or "stoma"), jaws ("maxillae" or "gnath") and related structures, for example, salivary organstemporomandibular joints, facial muscles and perioral skin (the skin around the mouth). It worries with the determination and investigation of the circumstances and end results of illnesses influencing the oral and maxillofacial area. Pathologists give reports in view of elucidation of tissue biopsies of changing kinds and of careful resection material. The principle strategy for examination is by light microscopy however, this is supplemented by different strategies as suitable, for example, immunohistochemistry, atomic investigation and electron microscopy.


  • Dental plaque
  • Periodontal disease
  • Cell-cell communication
  • Vaccination against oral infections
  • Role in non-oral disease
  • Other microbiota

Track 17:  Gerodontology and Periodontology

Gerodontology is the study of the dentition and dental issues in older patients that involves the identification and treatment of dental injuries, diseases or defects. The physiological, pathologic and psychological changes in geriatric patients impact the dental treatment. Periodontology deals with the study of supporting structures of teeth and connected diseases. The periodontium includes the animal tissue, alveolar bone, solid body substance and periodontic ligament. The invention of the microorganism that plays a crucial role within the periodontic diseases and also the pathological process of disease may be an advanced and complex topic.


  • Oral disease burden faced by older adults
  • Diabetes and periodontal disease
  • Geriatric pharmacology: principles and implications for oral health
  • Caries, tooth loss and conventional tooth replacement for oral health
  • Comorbidities that affect dental care for the older patient
  • Mechanical plaque control
  • Identification of periodontal pathogens
  • Plaque induced gingival diseases

Track 18: Dental Public Health

The science and the art of preventing and controlling sickness and advancing dental wellbeing through organized community efforts to a non-clinical field of dentistry involved the evaluation of dental wellbeing needs and enhancing the dental strength of populaces instead of people. Dental Public Health (DPH) is that piece of dentistry giving authority and ability in populace based dentistry, oral wellbeing reconnaissance, approach improvement, network based sickness anticipation and wellbeing advancement, and the support of the dental security net. Public Health dentistry is polished through government-supported projects, which are generally coordinated toward state funded school youngsters in the conviction that their instruction in oral cleanliness is the most ideal approach to achieve the overall population.


  • Current practice
  • Competencies
  • Oral Health in Care Homes
  • Early History

Track 19: Dental Marketing Management

For a well set up dental practice, over 70% of new patient development should originate from interior patient referrals. However existing patients don't regularly see the dental practice as a developing business looking for more patients. So how to keep your name at the highest point of their psyches and urge them to educate others concerning your administrations? Each collaboration between the dental practice and a patient is a part of advertising. Now and again, this will incorporate solid points of interest like the manner in which the office staff picks up the telephone or the rundown of administrations is being offered.

Techniques like: Branding and recognizing the intended interest group, Research your Competition, making a Unique Value Proposition, Evaluation of Budget, picking the Marketing Platforms and Methods, and so forth. To genuinely beat your rivals and draw in new patients, making a solid, all around looked into promoting technique is the best approach. This gives an establishment and a long haul dental promoting plan that can be balanced, boosting results, rather than hopping indiscriminately starting with one battle then onto the next with small comprehension of how the bits of the riddle fit together.


  • Co-marketing efforts
  • Implant marketing for the surgical specialist
  • Dental marketing ideas to grow your practice

Track 20: Sedation dentistry

Oral sedation dentistry is a restorative method including the organization of oral narcotic medications, for the most part to encourage a dental system and diminish patients dread and nervousness identified with the experience. Oral sedation is one of the accessible strategies for cognizant sedation dentistry, alongside inward breath sedation (nitrous oxide) and cognizant intravenous sedation. Medications which can be utilized for sedation incorporate diazepamtriazolamzaleplonlorazepam, and hydroxyzine.

Dental patients with summed up tension, belonephobia (dread of needles and sharp instruments), earlier dental injury, or summed up dread of the dental practitioner can take oral solution keeping in mind the end goal to lessen their nerves. An assortment of single and incremental measurements conventions are utilized to cure the patient as ahead of schedule as the day preceding treatment. Solution furthermore decreases memory or the sights and scents of the dental office to maintain a strategic distance from review of any trauma. The narcotic impact enables more dentistry to be finished in less arrangements and additionally enabling complex techniques to be performed in less time.


  • Oral sedation
  • Inhaled minimal sedation
  • Deep sedation

Track 21: Nano Dentistry

Nanotechnology, the exploration of the "minute" is changing differing zones of research item, advancement, assembling and business. At the nanoscale measure, materials show altogether different properties from materials of a similar organization at a bigger scale. Quality, conductivity, shading and harmfulness all change at the nanoscale and properties can change inside the nanoscale too.

Concentrate dental structures and surfaces from a nanoscale, point of view may prompt better comprehension about the structure, work – physiological relationship of dental surface. Utilizing nanocharacterization devices, an assortment of oral sicknesses can be comprehended at the atomic and cell level forestalled in that way. Nano empowered advancements, along these lines gave an option and better methodology than evaluate the beginning or movement of illnesses, to recognize focuses for treatment mediation, and in addition the capacity to plan more biocompatible microorganism safe dental materials and inserts. Propelled nanocharacterization innovation pertinent for the clarification of basic physio-substance system favouring biocompatibility and osseointegration of dental implants.


  • Nanomedicine
  • Clinical Appilications
  • Nano Robotics

Track 22:  Dental Sleep Medicine

Dental sleep medicine is a topic of dental practice that mainly focuses on the utilization of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered i.e. breathing, snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).


  • Oral Appliance Therapy
  • Obstractive sleep apnea
  • Sleep-disordered Breathing


Track 23:  Dental Robotics

Robots, the most mesmerized invention of human being, have created its way into dentistry. The mandatory technologies have been developed and examined which would help it to be adapted in dentistry. With unrivalled accuracy and ability to work without leisure, robots are the most capable applications of robotic technology. The main motto of this paper is to review the application of robotics in dentistry. Dentistry has gone through massive improvements and advancements from the traditional old techniques to the digital world that has widened the area of dental treatment and procedures. Use of robotics in dentistry is crumpled with all the necessary and important technologies which could further be developed and could be easily adapted.


  • Surgical robots
  • Phantoms
  • Dental Implantology

Track 24: Dental Traumatology

Dental trauma is generally a normal issue and can cause auxiliary to falls, brandishing wounds, battles or engine vehicle mishaps. An investigation looked to decide if oral cavity malignancies caused all the more ordinarily at destinations of dental injury. Because of the demolished of both tissue cells and intercellular parts, pulverizing wounds cause more harm. This kind of damaged is cured by uprooting of teeth against nearby alveolar bone which is the most noticeably unpleasant matter of which is meddling luxation.


  • Periodontium
  • Subluxation & Avulsion
  •  Fluoride & Fluoridation in Dentistry

Track 25: Dementia and Denture:

Dementia, one of the main causes of disability later in life, is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease that affects the capacity to conduct daily living activities. It results in a decline in multiple areas of function, including memory, communication and reasoning skills and includes psychological symptoms such as depression, psychosis and aggression. Dementia is a malady of movement and is arranged in three distinct stages, those being early, center (moderate) and later (serious) phases of dementia. When designing a plan of care for a patient with dementia, it is important to understand the stage of the disease. Patients with dementia can lose teeth though it is not clear if the risk, rate of tooth loss or prevalence varies for those with dementia compared to those without.

A denture is a detachable replacement for missing teeth and surrounding tissues. Two types of dentures are accessible finished and halfway dentures. Complete dentures are utilized when every one of the teeth are missing, while incomplete dentures are utilized when some regular teeth remain.


  • Vascular dementia
  • Mixed dementia

Track 26: Dental Psychiatry:

Psychological problems relating to receiving dental treatment are wide spread. It has been reported that about half of all dental patients experience some anxiety towards their dental visits. It is important to recognize the role that dental fear plays, as it can lead to delay in seeking necessary dental treatment, cancellation of appointments and poor cooperation in the dental chair. Dental fear is one of the most troublesome patient management problems for the dental team, causes distress for the patient and results in high stress levels in dentists. Dental specialists, often come across patients, who present with complaints of pain, abnormalities of sensation, movement and salivation involving the mouth and face, which are a manifestation of underlying emotional disturbance and not due to a clearly identifiable physical cause. Early and appropriate recognition of such emotional distress would benefit both the individual and the health service.


  • Dental phobia
  • Psychosis
  • Anxiety
  • Dental health behaviour

Track 27: Sports Dentistry

Sports dentistry is one of the most recent and upcoming field in dentistry. It mainly includes the prevention and management of athletics-related orofacial injuries and associated oral diseases. The sports or team dentist assists athletes in the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of oral injuries. The dental specialist can assume a basic job in illuminating competitors, mentors and patients about the significance of avoiding orofacial wounds in games. The most critical perspective in anticipating sports-related orofacial wounds is tiring fundamental defensive gadgets, for example, appropriately fitting caps, mouth watchmen or facial gatekeepers. Many athletes are not well informed of the health implications of a traumatic injury to the mouth or of the potential for incurring severe orofacial injuries and head while playing. The dentist plays an imperative role in enlighten athletes, coaches and patients the importance of preventing orofacial injuries in sports. Evaluation of facial injuries.


  • Mouth guard role and necessity in sport dentistry

Track 28: Veterinary Dentistry

Veterinary dentistry is the area of dentistry which is concerned to the animal care. It is the matter of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of the diseases and disorders of the oral cavity, the maxillo-facial region, and its associated structures as it relates to animals. Dentists who are related to Veterinary offer services in the fields of endodontics, oral and maxillofacial radiology, dental surgery, oral medicine, orthodontics, pedodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics. Like human dentists, they treat conditions such as jaw fractures, malocclusions, oral cancer, periodontal disease, and stomatitis and other conditions unique to veterinary medicine (e.g. feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions). Some animals need specialized dental specialist, such as equine dental technicians, who conduct routine work on horses.


  • Halitosis
  • Rubbing or pawing at the face
  • Morbidity





Market Opportunities:

The global dental tourism market competitive landscape is fragmented in nature pertaining to presence of hospital chains across various countries. Major hospitals include, Apollo Hospitals Enterprise Ltd, Bangkok International Dental Center, Fortis Healthcare, Bali International Dental Center, Dentaglobal Clinic, Imperial Dental Specialist Center, and many more.

The global dental tourism market size is estimated to be worth USD 5.83 billion by 2025 driven by the non-availability of insurance cover for dental procedures and increasing cost of treatment in developed countries. The global dental implants market is projected to reach USD 13.01 billion by 2023 from USD 9.50 billion in 2018, at a CAGR of 6.5%. The growth of this market is driven by the growth in the geriatric population and corresponding age-related dental diseases, rising prevalence of tooth decay and periodontal diseases in the overall population across the globe, increasing willingness to adopt dental cosmetic surgery, and the growing number of implant placing dentists. However, the high cost of premium dental implants and limited reimbursement, and high risk of tooth loss associated with dental bridges may expect to hinder the growth of this market during the forecast period.

Europe is expected to emerge as a most lucrative market for dental tourism owing to presence of countries such as Hungary, Poland, and Spain which are major dental tourism locations. The leading European countries for dental care accounted for more than 20% of the global dental tourism market during the forecast period.

In terms of regional analysis, Europe dental tourism market size was USD 689.4 million in 2017 led by Hungary, Poland and Bulgaria. The leading European countries for dental care accounted for more than 20% of the global dental tourism during the forecast period. Moreover, In European countries such as UK, Germany and France the dental patients have to wait for around 60 days to 90 days for an appointment. For instance, according to National Health Service NHS, in United Kingdom more than 150 thousand patients have already taken appointment and waiting for dental procedures. Due to which majority of patients travel to neighbouring places such as Hungary and Spain for quality dental treatment, which are less expensive compared to the cost of dental care in United Kingdom. Increasing awareness about the benefits about the dental tourism industry as well as increasing cost benefits are driving the market further. Manu patients from the U.S. and Canada travel to these European countries in order to obtain high quality treatments in low price.

Dental tourism, as an industry, started in 2005 and has grown rapidly since, with more patients searching for dental clinics on the internet. Globally, $33bn (€28bn) is spent on dental tourism each year. Its popularity is mainly due to the low price of treatments.

Hungary is renowned for being an excellent destination for dental tourists due to the outstanding education dentists receive and the high quality of treatments. Affordability is the main advantage of dental treatment in Hungary. Hungary has one of the highest concentrations of dentists per capita in the world, meaning high-quality treatment comes at a low cost.

According to a report of the Hungarian central tax bureau NAV, about 500 of the 2,600 domestic dental clinics or companies deal with a high proportion of foreign patients. Each year, some 60,000-70,000 people arrive in Hungary for dental treatments, generating revenue of HUF 65 billion-70 billion in the dental sector alone. An additional HUF 13 billion-16 billion is generated in related industries such as hotels, catering and other services. In 2011, most of the dental tourists arrived from the UK, Germany, Italy, and France, said László Szűcs, Chairman-CEO of medical tourism office Orvosi Turizmus Iroda Zrt in an interview with DentalNet.

With a higher disposable income, the willingness to undergo expensive cosmetic procedures has also increased in the population in various countries, specifically among the aging. Globally, there is growing demand for dental restoration solutions and for aesthetic treatments, such as whitening and polishing. The adoption of cosmetic dentistry is significantly booming in both developing and developed countries, primarily due to people’s changing lifestyles and growing focus on dental aesthetics, creating a greater demand for cosmetic procedures, such as polishing, whitening, and restoration solutions.

Over the years, smile restoration techniques have gained popularity among all age groups, but more specifically among people aged 40–55 years. Dental implantology, among the most rapidly growing segments in the cosmetic dentistry market, accounts for a major share of the overall market.




Top Dental Universities Worldwide

Europe Dental Universities

Karolinska Institute | University of Hong KongUniversity of Michigan | EuroSciCon | King’s College London | University of Gothenburg | Tokyo Medical and Dental University | KU Leuven | University College London | University of Sao Paulo | EuroSciCon | New York University | UNESP | Dental Conferences | Boston University | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of North Carolina | Aarhus UniversityPeking University | Tokyo Medical and Dental University | Dental Conferences 2019 | University of Washington | University of Birmingham | University of Bern | EuroSciCon | University of Manchester | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | Osaka University | The University of Melbourne | EuroSciCon | University of Otago | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | University of Zurich | University of Minnesota | Sichuan University |Dentistry Conferences | The University of Adelaide | Wuhan University | Rutgers School of Dental Medicine | EuroSciCon Conferences | Howard UniversityCollege of Dentistry | EuroSciCon | VCU School of Dentistry | UB School of Dental Medicine | UAB School of Dentistry | Marquette University School of Dentistry | University of Iowa | University of Tennessee | Nova south eastern University | College of Dental Medicine | EuroSciCon Conferences | Comenius University | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | Semmelweis University | Palacky University | Dental Conferences 2019 | Poznan University of Medical Sciences | Sofia Medical UniversityMedical University of Varna | EuroSciCon | Grigore T Popa University of Medicine and Pharmacy | Plovdiv Medical University | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry | Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry | Dentistry Conferences | Riga Stradiats University | University of Dundee | EuroSciCon | University of Debrecen | Dental Conferences | Medical University of Warsaw | Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera | University of Pecs

USA Dental Universities

Tufts University School of Dental Medicine | UCLA School of Dentistry | University of Michigan | University of Minnesota | UF College of Dentistry | EuroSciCon | New York University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Columbia University | Dental Conferences | Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | University of Maryland | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | University of Pittsburgh | Dentistry Conferences | University of Washington | Harvard School of Dental Medicine | EuroSciCon Conferences | UNC School of Dentistry | Dental Conferences 2019 | University of the Pacific | Arthur A Dugoni School of Dentistry | University of Connecticut | Rutgers School of Dental Medicine | Dental Conferences | Howard University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | VCU School of Dentistry | EuroSciCon | Dentistry Conferences | Maurice H Kornberg School of Dentistry | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | UB School of Dental Medicine | University of Tennessee

Asia Dental Universities

Tokyo Medical and Dental University | Dental Conferences | Chung Shan Medical University | EuroSciCon | International Medical University | Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies | Dentistry Conferences | AIMST University | EuroSciCon Conferences | Nepal Medical College | Kathmandu University | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences | Dental Conferences 2019 | Majmaah University | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | Azerbaijan Medical University | EuroSciCon | Karaganda State Medical University | Dental Conferences | University of Dental Medicine | Universal College of Medical Sciences | EuroSciCon Conferences | International University of Cambodia

Africa Dental Universities

University of Setif | University of Algiers | University of Oran | Dental Conferences | University of Constantine | University of Batna | University of Blida | University of MostaganemEuroSciCon | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | University of Annaba | Agostinho Neto University | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of Botswana | University of Burundi | Université Espoir d'Afrique | Dental Conferences 2019 USA | Suez Canal Faculty of Medicine | Dentistry Conferences | Tanta Faculty of Medicine | EuroSciCon | Dental Conferences 2019 | Mekelle University | Aga Khan University Medical School | Dental Conferences | University of Liberia | Dental Conferences 2019 Europe | A M Dogliotti School of Medicine | Dentistry Conferences | University of Lagos | Obafemi Awolowo University | EuroSciCon Conferences | University of Ibadan | Lagos State University |EuroSciCon | University of Benin | University of Nigeria | University of Maiduguri

Europe Dental Conferences

Public Health Conferences & Dentistry Conferences August 13-15, 2018 Dublin, Ireland | Dental Treatment ConferencesSeptember 10-11, 2018 Zurich, SwitzerlandDental Science Conferences & Dental Research Conferences October 18-19, 2018 Warsaw, Poland | Dentistry Congress October 25-27 2018 Prague, Czech Republic | Advanced Dental Education Conferences November 15-16, 2018 Edinburgh, Scotland | Dentistry Conferences November 29-30, 2018 Prague, Czech Republic| Dentistry Conferences & Dental Medicine Conferences November 22-23, 2018 Bucharest, Romania | Dental Conferences & Oral Health ConferencesDecember 10-11, 2018 Rome, Italy | World Dental Summit March 11-13, 2019 Stockholm, Sweden |  Dentistry Conferences & Oral Health Conferences March 14-15, 2019 London, UK | Dental Conferences & Dental Hygiene Conferences March 25-26, 2019 Budapest, Hungary | Dental Education Conferences March 18-19, 2019 Paris, France | Pediatric Dentistry Conferences April 25-26, 2019 Rome, Italy| Dental Conferences & Clinical Dentistry Conferences July 08-09, 2019 Berlin, Germany

USA Dental Conferences

World Dentistry Summit Aug 31-Sep 01, 2018 Boston, USA|  Dental Health Conferences & Dental Treatment Conferences September 21-22, 2018 Pennsylvania, USA |  Oral Pathology Conferences & Maxillofacial Pathology Conferences September 24-25, 2018 Montreal, Canada | Dentistry Conferences & Dental Marketing Conferences October 24-25, 2018 Boston, USA | Oral Care Conferences & Oral Cancer Conferences October 24-25, 2018 Boston, USA| World Dentistry CongressNovember 02-03, 2018 California, USA | Dental Congress December 07-08, 2018 Illinois, USA | Dentistry Congress March 28-29, 2019 Orlando, USA; Prosthodontics Conferences & Restorative Dentistry Conferences April 08-09, 2019 Toronto, Canada |  Dental Research Conferences & Dentistry Conferences June 10-11, 2019 Montreal, Canada | Pedodontics Conferences & Geriatric Dentistry June 10-11, 2019 Montreal, Canada | Dental Science Conferences & Advanced Dentistry Conferences June 24-25, 2019 Chicago, USA

Asia Dental Conferences

Dental Conferences & Oral Health ConferencesAugust 13-14, 2018 Dubai, UAE |  Endodontics Conferences & Prosthodontics ConferencesAugust 17-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | World Dental Implants Congress & Orthodontics Congress August 17-18, 2018 Tokyo, Japan | Dental Medicine Conferences & Dental Surgery Conferences 10-11 September, 2018 Singapore |  Dental Practice Conferences & Oral Health Conferences November 15-16, 2018 Osaka, Japan | Dental Conferences & Oral Care Congress November 15-16, 2018 Osaka, Japan | Oral Health Conferences & Dental Medicine Conferences November 29-30, 2018 Bali, Indonesia |  World Dental Science Conferences & Oral Health Congress April 29-30, 2019 Seoul, South Korea |  Oral Health Congress May 13-14, 2019 Osaka, Japan

Dental Societies

European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry | European Dental Students Association | European Federation for the Advancement of Anesthesia in Dentistry | Dental Conferences | European Federation of Orthodontic Specialists Associations | EuroSciCon Conferences | European Federation of Orthodontics | EuroSciCon | European Federation of Periodontology | European Orthodontic Society | European Society for Lingual Orthodontics | European Society for Oral Laser Applications | Dental Conferences | European Society of Endodontology | European Union of Dentists |European Veterinary Dental College | EuroSciCon Conferences | EuroSciCon Conferences | European Veterinary Dental Society | EuroSciCon | Association for Dental Education in Europe | Dental Conferences | Association of Consultants and Specialists in Restorative Dentistry | British Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry | British Association of Dental Nurses | EuroSciCon Conferences | British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons | British Dental Association | EuroSciCon | British Dental Health Foundation | British Dental Hygienists Association | British Dental Trade Association | British Endodontic Society | Dental Conferences | British Institute of Dental and Surgical Technologists | British Lingual Orthodontic Society | British Orthodontic Society | British Society for Dental Research | Dental Conferences | British Society for Disability and Oral Health | British Society for Restorative Dentistry | British Society for the Study of Prosthetic Dentistry | British Society of Medical and Dental Hypnosis | EuroSciCon Conferences | EuroSciCon | British Society of Periodontology | Dental Conferences | British Veterinary Dental Association | General Dental Council | General Dental Practitioners Association | Society for the Advancement of Anesthesia in Dentistry | Academy for Sports Dentistry | Academy of Computerized Dentistry of North American | Academy of Dental Materials | Academy of Dental Sleep MedicineEuroSciCon Conferences | Academy of Dentistry International | Academy of General Dentistry | Academy of GP Orthodontics | Academy of Laser Dentistry | EuroSciCon | Academy of Latter day Saint Dentists | Dental Conferences | Academy of Operative DentistryAcademy of Oral Surgery | Academy of Osseointegration | Academy of ProsthodonticsAcademy of Veterinary Dental Technicians | Academy of Veterinary Dentistry | Alliance of the American Dental Association | EuroSciCon Conferences | Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity | American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry | Dental Conferences | American Academy of Dental Practice Administration | American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry | American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics | EuroSciCon | American Academy of Gnathologic Orthopedics | American Academy of Implant Dentistry | American Academy of Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Therapy | American Academy of Maxillofacial Prosthetics | American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology | EuroSciCon Conferences | Canadian Academy of Endodontics | Dental Conferences | Canadian Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons | Canadian Association of Orthodontists | Canadian Dental Assistants Association | Canadian Dental Association | EuroSciCon | Canadian Dental Hygienists Association | Canadian Dental Protective Association | National Dental Hygiene Certification Board | Dental Conferences | Egyptian Dental Association | EuroSciCon Conferences | Egyptian Orthodontic Society | Greek Orthodontic Society | Hellenic American Dental Society | Hellenic Association for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery | Hong Kong Dental Association | Hong Kong Endodontic Society | Dental Conferences | Hong Kong Society of Periodontology | EuroSciCon | Irish Dental Association | Irish Society of Periodontology | Orthodontic Society of Ireland | Israel Dental Association | Israel Dental Hygienist Association | Israel Orthodontic Society | Israel Periodontal Society | New Zealand Association of Orthodontists | New Zealand Dental Association | New Zealand Dental Hygienists Association | Dental Conferences | EuroSciCon Conferences | Singapore Dental Association | Singapore Dental Council | Singapore Dental Health Foundation | Association of Orthodontists | South African Society of Orthodontists

European Dental Companies

AmannGirrbach | Castellini | Coltne | Whaledent | Dentatus | EuroSciCon | Dumont Instruments & C NV | Drr Dental GmbH & Co | Ivoclar Vivadent | KaVo Dental Corporation | Larident Srl  | Nobil Metal | Dental ConferencesOrmco Europe | Peri dent Ltd | Planmeca Oy | Protesis | Renfert | Ruthinium Group | Safina | Schtz Dental Group | Dentistry Conferences | Sirona Dental Systems | Tecno Cer | Tecno Gaz | TeKne Dental | Toros Dental | Unidesa Odi | VDW | Vertex Dental | VITA Zahnfabrik H Rauter Co | Vitali | W&H UK Limited | XO Care | Bien Air Medical Technologies | GlaxoSmithKline | Ivoclar Vivadent | Kolibree | Nobel Biocare | Odontis | Omega Pharma |Osstell | Straumann | Unilever | W&H Dentalwerk

USA Dental Companies

Johnson & Johnson | Aetna Inc | All Smiles Dental Professionals | EuroSciCon | Aspen Dental Management Inc | Benco Dental | Bright Dental Inc | Brasseler | Bicon Dental Implants | Brighter | Brite Sources | Brontes Technologies Inc | Comfort Dental | Delta Dental | Dental Burs | Dental Inc | Dentsply Sirona | Henry Schein Inc | Hopewell Dental Care | Kool Smiles | Dental Conferences | My Dentist Inc. | Noridian Mutual Insurance Company | Neobiotech Inc | Nobel Biocare | Ortek Therapeutics Inc | Patterson Companies Inc | Premier Dental Products Co | Pro Phy Lac Tic Brush Company | Dentistry Conferences | ReachOut Healthcare America | Sarrell Dental and Eye Centre | Sheffield Pharmaceuticals | Sirona Dental Systems Inc | Small Smiles Dental Centres | Smile Starters Dental | Smile Line | SmileDirectClub | South Texas Dental | Sun Orthodontix

Asia and Middle East Dental Companies

Adec | ASI | LG Household & Health Care | Lion Corporation | Nissin Dental Pro | Sunstar Groupducts Inc | The Himalaya Drug CompanyTriodent Ltd | Yuhan Co, Ltd | Calgin Enterprises Pte Ltd | EuroSciCon | Chee Sang Dental Supply Company | CK Dental Trading & Consulting Pte Ltd | Concordia Marketing Pte Ltd | Dentistry Conferences | Cross Marketing Services Pte Ltd | Crown Works Company | Densco Dental & Medical Suppliers Pte Ltd | Dental Medical Technology Pte Ltd | CEMM | Dental EZ Group | DNTLworks | Engle | Eurodent | Forest Dental | Dentech Dental Products Pte Ltd | Dentiquip Supplies Company | EuroSciCon | Dentmedix Dental Products Company | Eastland Dental Supplies Pte Ltd | Efre Far East Pte Ltd | Fondaco Pte Ltd | Gac International Asia Pte Ltd | GC Asia Dental Pte Ltd | Health Economics Pte Ltd | Ids Dental Division | Innobrace Orthodontics Pte Ltd | Dental Conferences | Jack Kwong Trading Company | KaVo Dental Asia Pacific Ltd | Lau Yau Shiong & Co Pte Ltd | Loh Kai Hoo | LSK Dental Products Pte Ltd | Maytech Systems Pte Ltd | MLJ Dental Trading Pte Ltd | N K Luck Pte Ltd | Nu Hup Teck Importer & Exporter Pte Ltd | Oral Implant Supplies & Services Company | EuroSciCon | Orchard Dental Supplies Company | Orchid Dental Laboratory & Supplies Company | Dental Conferences | Ortho Technology Asia Pte Ltd | Orthodontic & Dental Supplies Pte Ltd | Osstem Singapore Pte Ltd | Osteodent Biomed Supplies Pte Ltd | Premico Marketing Associates Pte Ltd | R Algieri Trading Pte Ltd | Dentistry ConferencesRaydent Supplies Pte Ltd | Roshel Marketing Pte Ltd | SA Dental Supply Pte Ltd | Sandy Global Enterprise | Shofu Inc | Singapore Dental & Medical Suppliers Pte Ltd | Singdental Pte Ltd | Standard Dental Co Pte Ltd | Swifthac Engineering Pte Ltd | Yoshida Pte Ltd | Kavo | Marus Dental International | Midmark | Pelton and Crane | PLANMECA | Royal dental group | TPC advanced technology

List of Dental Instruments

Dental explorers | Periodontal probe | Retractors | Dental syringe | EuroSciCon | Dental drill | Dental laser | Dental torque RangeEuroSciCon | Restorative instruments | Burnishes | Pluggers | Periodontal Scalers | Prosthodontics instruments | Dental Forceps | Brakete holder | Band busher | Methiose | Band Seter | Haemostat/Mathieu pliers | Dental Conferences | Proximators | Roungers | Needle Holders | Scissors | Periotomes | Luxating Elevators | Bone Currettes | Retractors | Benex Extraction System | Bone Files | Mouth Gags | Aspirating Syringes | Gingival Retractors | Bone chisels | Dentistry Conferences | Gingival Knives | Mallets | Tissue Ronguers | Towel Clamps | Periodontal Pocket Markers | Bone Clamps

Dental Hospitals

American Dental Clinic | Meza Dental Care | Emergency Dental Care USA | Priority Dental Clinic | Apple's Dental Clinics | Interfaith Dental Clinic | Pierre Dental Clinic | Creekside Dental Clinic | Upper Canada Dental Centre | Altima Dental | Adam Dental Clinic | Canada Way Dental | Hanover Dental | Smile USA | Kreativ Dental Clinic | Kirkwood Dental Car | Calgary Dental | Spedding Dental Clinic | Blue Sky Dental | Worthing Dental Centre | Manor Dental Care | Prestige Dental Clinic Rutherglen | Karma Dental Care | Eastman Dental Hospital | Andersson Dental Practice | Silverwell Dental Surgery | French Dental Clinic | Helvetic ClinicsThe Berlin Dental Clinic | Dental Clinic Germany | Vital Dental Clinic | G C Asia Dental Pvt Ltd | Asia Healthcare Dental Centre | Dental Care Asia | Dental World Manila | Joinway Dental Clinic | Leicester Square Dental Clinic | United Family Hospital and Clinics | The Bluff Medical & Dental | United Dental Office Tokyo | Tokyo Midtown Dental Clinic | Ryo Dental ClinicSamui Dental Home Clinic | Oaks Dental Clinic


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