Jean-Marc Dersot is the doctor of Dental Surgery. He has completed MSc, PhD and the former assistant-professor at the Periodontology department of Paris 5, former president of the French Society of Periodontology and Oral Implantology (SFPIO), associate member of the National Academy of Dental Surgery (ANCD), international member of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), expert near the Paris Court of Appeals, practice limited to periodontics, oral surgery and implant - Paris â€“ France.Â
Ahmed Halim Ayoub has accomplished diploma and master degrees is from Seville University, Spain. He developed expertise in bone augmentation and sinus elevation and has special interest in bone healing. Currently he is the visiting lecturer in Bari University, Italy. He provides live training throughout directing dental implant post graduate training in Egyptian society of oral implantology, London oral restorative Academy, and London dental education services. He is a distinguished speaker and presents at international conferences and teaches in the Rome, Europe and the Middle East.
Johann Lechner is a dentist, Naturopath and the Head of the Clinic for Integrative Dentistry in Munich, Germany. He also serves as a member of executive board of DAH (German Association for Research on Disturbance Fields and Regulation). Besides extensive lecture and seminar activities in USA, Europe and China, he published numerous articles and hitherto nine books in German about Holistic Dentistry and Integrative Medicine. He has published 6 PubMed indexed scientific papers discussing immune messengers and hyperactivated signaling pathways by RANTES/CCL5 in jawbone and systemic interference. These studies done by him are the first ones worldwide and contribute to generating a new field of Maxillo-Mandibular Osteoimmunology.
Sameh Samy Abdou has completed master degree in prosthodontics in 1992 from Alexandria University Egypt. He has received diploma in Implantology from Sevilla University Spain in 2007. He has been the Consultant in Prosthodontics & Implantology since 2002.
Dr. Traub obtained his dental degree at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. He completed his oral and maxillofacial surgery residency training at Cook County Hospital in Chicago.Â He maintains a private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico (USA) and is on the board of directors of the American Institute of Oral Biology (AIOB).Â He is a fellow of numerous oral and maxillofacial surgery associations, both in America and internationally. He lectures extensively throughout the world.Â
Contrary to early dogma related to titanium implant integration, 100% bone to metal contact, complete wound closure, and peri-implant socket bone graft placement are not absolute determinants of success. In fact, adequate stabilization in an extraction site with normal osteogenic healing potential leads to the same result in molar wounds, both in the maxilla and mandible, with essentially equal predictability.Â This lecture documents a 12-year private practice clinical investigation using a single brand (Biomet 3i) implant for both root canal and non-root canal teeth with a standard follow-up protocol for over 700 consecutive cases.
Jean-Marc Dersot is the doctor of Dental Surgery. He has completed MSc, PhD and the former assistant-professor at the Periodontology department of Paris 5, former president of the French Society of Periodontology and Oral Implantology (SFPIO), associate member of the National Academy of Dental Surgery (ANCD), international member of the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP), expert near the Paris Court of Appeals, practice limited to periodontics, oral surgery and implant - Paris – France.
Dania Siddik is a consultant pediatric Dentist based in London specialises in the management of dental injuries, sedation and general anaesthesia for anxious children and oral surgery. In addition to practising dentistry, she also held a position teaching both undergraduates and post graduates at the King’s College University pediatric dentistry department. She is a regular examiner for the MJDF and ORE courses at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Nur Ozel does private practice in Izmir and is currently running as a clinician in Izmir Education Dental Hospital, Izmir/Turkey. She is a member of the Turkish Orthodontic Society and an affiliate member of the American Dental Association. She has been a certified incognito System user since 2017. To date she has published 5 various articles in various journals in dentistry.
M Lferde is the former intern at Ibn Sina University Medical Center, resident in pediatric dentistry, faculty of dental medicine at Mohammed V University of Rabat Morocco. She is a member of the committee bureau (communication manager) of the association of internal and residents dentists of Rabat.Â
Francesco Campione specializes in CAD / CAM technology at the University of Zurich. He collaborates with Prof. Ernesto Rapisarda for the University of Catania for the realization of numerous conferences on the theme “aesthetics of the front group” (ceramic veneers). He practices a free profession between Catania and Rome and collaborates as a scientific researcher with Prof. Dai Kawahara, director of dental materials at the University of Osaka.
Mohammad Parvaiz Farshori, working as an Assistant professor in department of physiology in college of medicine, and the coordinator of physiology program at college of in college of dentistry at university of Hail in Saudi Arabia.
Many studies have reported a high prevalence of periodontal diseases among Saudi children and the male and female adult population. Saudi Arabia has a very high prevalence of obesity and diabetes. Many earlier studies have suggested about three fold increase in the incidences of periodontitis among diabetic patients. We recently reported a very high prevalence of periodontitis among the diabetic adult female patients. We found a significant increase in tooth loss and tooth decay among diabetic patients. In the recent past many studies have shown an association between the inheritances of blood groups with hypertension, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and many kinds of cancers.Although many studies have been published to report ABO blood group distributions among Saudi population but to the best of our knowledge to date no studies have been done to show an association between gingivitis and periodontitis and ABO blood groups. In the current study we wanted to analyze the possible association between the inheritance of ABO blood groups and the incidences of gingivitis and periodontitis among Saudi adult male population.Oral exams were performed by dental interns on a total of 400 randomly selected male subjects and their ABO blood group was recorded. Next we recruited 460 male subjects who either had gingivitis and or periodontitis and their ABO blood group information was recorded. Their oral cavities were thoroughly examined for the presence of dental carries, gingivitis, periodontitis, and tooth decay and or tooth loss. Data was carefully recorded and analyzed.Our blood group distribution analysis of gingivitis and periodontitis patients showed 3.26% to be A-, 5.43% were A+, 2.82% were B-, 13.7% were B+. 3.04% were found to be AB- and 8.9% were AB+. O blood group was the most prevalent blood group with 8.04% were O- and 52.39% were O+. There is a significant increase in prevalence of periodontitis in male diabetic patients as compared to the control group. Our results also show increased tooth loss among diabetics as compared to the control non diabetic patients. There was a significant decrease in prevalence of A blood group and a significant increase in distribution of O blood group among patients with gingivitis and or periodontitis.