Webinar on

Dental Science & Advanced Dentistry

June 24, 2021

Dental Science & Advanced Dentistry

Theme: Optimising The Longer Term Excellence In Dental Science

Webinar on Dental Science & Advanced Dentistry is scheduled on June 24, 2021. The Webinar is based on the theme “Optimising The Longer Term Excellence In Dental Science ”. The main aim of Dental Science 2021 is to discuss the research, advanced techniques and treatment in all fields of Dental Science and Oral Medicine.

The latest techniques, improvements, and the most current updates in Dentistry. This is your best chance to achieve the biggest gathering of members from the Dental group. Lead introductions, disseminate data, meet with present and potential specialists, make a splash with new improvements, and get name acknowledgment at this conference. Proceeding with dental training guarantee that the Dental Practitioners are given the most recent symptomatic, preventive and treatment techniques in the business.



Session 1: Dental Science & Oral Health

Dental Science is the study of the oral cavity and the diseases associated with oral tissues. This five-year programme is designed to ensure that graduates can safely and effectively deliver the full range of primary dental care, including prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral and dental diseases. Dentistry also known as dental medicine and oral medicine, is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity, commonly in the dentition but also the oral mucosa, and of adjacent and related structures and tissues.

Session 2: Root Canal Treatment

Root Canals are widely regarded as the most common type of dental surgery. Millions of teeth are treated each year, saving many teeth from extractions and relieved from pain and sensitivity. Root canals are typically pain-free and incredibly effective in treating pain.Underneath a tooth’s enamel is a soft core called dental pulp, which contains blood vessels, nerve endings, and tissue. When a tooth is decayed, bacteria enters the tooth and damages the pulp. The infected pulp causes  dental pain, occasional swelling, and causes potential pain in your neck or jaw. A surgeon can treat this by removing the decayed portion of the tooth and extracting the infected pulp.

Session 3: Dental Instruments

Dental instruments are tools used to provide dental treatment. They include tools to examine, manipulate, treat, restore, and remove teeth and surrounding oral structures.

Hand instruments

  • Curette - used for removing calculus above and below the gumline. It is also used for root planing. It has a U-shaped cross section and the tip is rounded with up to two sharp edges. The two most commonly used types are the Gracey curette and the Universal curette.
  • Sickle scaler - used for removing calculus above the gumline, as well as removing calculus from pits, fissures, developmental grooves, and areas between each tooth. The blade can be straight or curved with a sharp tip and two cutting edges on either side.
  • Explorer - used to examine the surface of the tooth to detect any abnormalities, such as resorptive lesions, caries, or fractured teeth. It is also used to assess tooth mobility. The most common type is the Shepherd's hook

Power Instruments

  • Ultrasonic scaler - used for removing calculus above the gumline. It utilizes a removable tip that vibrates at high frequencies by converting sound waves into mechanical vibrations, allowing for more rapid removal of calculus. It generates a substantial amount of heat and may cause thermal damage to the pulp if left on the surface of the tooth for too long.
  • Sonic scaler - used for removing calculus above the gumline. It utilizes compressed air and operates at lower frequencies than an ultrasonic scaler. It is also less likely to cause thermal damage.
  • Low-speed handpiece - utilizes a rubber tip called a prophy angle that polishes microabrasions and small grooves on the surface of the tooth.
  • High-speed handpiece - utilizes a variety of removable dental burs to section teeth and remove alveolar bone during extractions.

Session 4: Laser Dentistry

LASER stands for “light amplification by the stimulated emission of radiation.” The laser instruments used by dentists create a narrow and focused beam of light designed to react to specific tissue. Each laser instrument produces different wavelengths in order to target specific tissue. For example, soft tissue lasers target gum and soft tissue, such as the gums, while hard tissue lasers target hard tissue, such as teeth and bone.

When you come in for a laser dental treatment, you will find your appointment begins in a similar fashion to traditional dental treatments. You may receive anesthesia or a sedative, though at a much lower amount than required for traditional treatment. You will not experience the vibrations and discomfort you experience with traditional dental drills and, in most cases, you will experience little to no pain or discomfort. Laser treatments are often much quicker and more economical than traditional dental procedures and offer other additional benefits.

Session 5: Public Health Dentistry

Dental Public Health (DPH) is a para-clinical specialty of dentistry that deals with the prevention of oral disease and promotion of oral health. Dental public health is involved in the assessment of key dental health needs and coming up with effective solutions to improve the dental health of populations rather than individuals.

Dental public health seeks to reduce demand on health care systems by redirection of resources to priority areas. Countries around the world all face similar issues in relation to dental disease. Implementation of policies and principles vary due to available of resources. Similar to public health, an understanding of the many factors that influence health will assist the implementation of effective strategies. Dental-related diseases are largely preventable. Public health dentistry is practiced generally through government sponsored programs, which are for the most part directed toward public-school children in the belief that their education in oral hygiene is the best way to reach the general public. The pattern for such programs in the past was a dental practitioners annual visit to a school to lecture and to demonstrate proper tooth-brushing techniques.


In United States the dental materials market is expected to exceed $1.8 billion by the year 2023. Nowadays dental industry is getting more digitalized. Some dominating countries like North America dominates the global market in Dental Services market due to high prevalence rate of tooth decay, followed by Europe. Technologies like smile makeover, Cosmetic Dentistry, Laser technology, Dental implants, and Oral Surgery can be beneficial. Due to increased public awareness dentistry is decreased, thereby restorative procedures are necessary. Moreover, the insurance coverage limit for dental needs has not been increased for several years, regardless the rising prices of restorations, dental prosthetics and doctor visits. These factors make it increasingly less affordable for patients to see a dentist, consequently limiting the overall dental materials market.


  • Dental Science & Oral Health
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Dental Instruments
  • Laser Dentistry
  • Public Health Dentistry