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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 Webinar. Proceeding with dental training guarantee that the dental practitioners are given the most recent symptomatic, preventive and treatment techniques in the business.
Dental House Officers
Dental and Oral Health Researchers, Faculty and Students
Dental and Oral Health Associations, Societies and Universities
Dental or Oral Hygienists & Therapists
Dental Treatment Coordinators
Dental Partners or Owners
Dental Wholesalers, Dealers and Distributors
Sessions and Tracks
Track 1: Dental Medicine
The branch of medicine which includes the study, treatment, prevention, and diagnosis of a disorder related to the oral cavity. The study of dental medicine is not limited to only teeth but also the mandibles and other supporting structure. It also evaluates different medical patients before open-heart surgery, cancer therapy, and chemotherapy.
Track 2: Dental implants and Orthodontics
Dental implants are one type of surrounding made up of metal that is positioned by surgery across the gum line, that permits dentists to mount teeth on it. It fixes to the jawbone; thus, it provides a stable support to artificial teeth. Endosteal implants are the kind of implant that directly implanted to jaw bone by surgery and Subperiosteal implants are consisting of a frame that is fixed to jaw bone below the gum tissue.
Track 3: Prosthodontics
This is the branch of dentistry that includes the manufacture and fitting of artificial replacements of the oral cavity. Till now Acrylic resin denture fracture is an unsolved problem in prosthodontics. changes in the denture base, tooth wear, and Sharp variations in contour can cause the midline fracture of dentures.
Track 4: Forensic Odontology
Forensic odontology is the correct taking care of, inspection and valuation of dental proof, which will be then exhibited considering as a genuine concern for justice. The authorization that might change from teeth is the age (in kids) and ID of the individual to whom the teeth have a place. This is finished utilizing dental records including radiology, risk more and posthumous photographs and DNA. The other sort of proof is that of chomp marks, left on either the casualty (by the assailant), the criminal (from the casualty of an assault), or on a question found at the wrongdoing scene.
Track 5: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
It specializes in the treatment of many diseases related to hard and soft tissues in the oral cavity and with the jaws and facial regions also. There are so many treatments are performed including Cosmetic surgery, Dentoalveolar surgery, oral cancer treatment. It includes anesthesia training and laser applications. Jaw surgery Teeth replacement, pain relieve in jaws are comes under the oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Track 6: Endodontics
Endodontics is the basic practice of the dental field including dental pulp, diagnosis, and prevention of dental diseases. The root canal is a successful procedure and that is a part of endodontics. It can be more effective by using bubble dynamics and by the activation of intensified cavitation bubbles. Immature teeth treatment with pulpal necrosis is a challenge for dentists. Now both digital and analog imaging are available. It's helping in faster treatment.
Track 7: Dental Nursing
Dental Nursing plays an important character in the organization and management of the dental practice, assists the dentist in all features of patient treatment and plays an important role in patient care. The main responsibilities of a dental nurse include infection prevention and regulator, chair-side support, preparation and maintenance of the dental surgical procedure and patient care. You’ll need to reassure the public and put them at the calm while supporting the team in all aspects of patient health or care.
Track 8: Dental Practice Management and Marketing
People spend, and they get paid. There is an honor in dental marketing that you are getting a chance to help people while earning profit. The more active your service will be the more successful your business. Successful dental business leaders are waiting aggressively for new patients to their practice, so it needs a little bit of effort to go with the flow. Marketing through the internet is now a day trend everywhere. This is called as search engine marketing (SEM). With the promotion of websites, the products will be visible on the results of the search engine. And by paid promotion, it can be on the top of the search engine called as search engine optimization (SEO). More people will get to know about your product by its promotion.
Track 9: Oral Cancer
The growth of cancerous tissue inside the oral cavity is called oral cancer. It may start as a primary structure in mouth of it may be an extension of a neighbor anatomic structure. If we worry towards its symptoms, at an early stage it includes red or white patches and a non- healing mouth ulcer. At the last stage, it will spread throughout the oral cavity. Consumption of tobacco, intake of alcohol may lead to oral cancer. By surgery It can be cured at the starting stage, but not at its last stage. We can use radiations or chemotherapy, but its success rate is very low.
Track 10: Diagnosis and Prevention of Oral Diseases
Oral diseases are one of the most common diseases in the case of human health and it can begin at any ages. There are so many mouth related diseases starting from a cavity to oral cancer. Noma, Oro-dental trauma, cleft lip, and palate are very difficult to cure. Most oral diseases and conditions need a regular visit to the dentist.
Track 11: Dental Hygiene
It’s a practice of keeping some one’s mouth clean, disease free and to avoid other problems. Almost 80% of oral cavity and most of the oral disease occurs due to the unhygienic mouth conditions. The dental films I mouth consisting of a wide range of bacteria that is sticky and can be visible across the gum line. Occasionally plaques stay a longer and became hard called as a calculus and only dental experts can be removed it.
Track 12: Dental Public Health and Community Dentistry
Many oral diseases are often prevented with routine care and regular dental checkups. sadly, not everyone seems to be able to access adequate oral care. Dental public health programs work to rectify that. they supply help and programs; therefore, people will avoid the pain and discomfort poor oral health causes.
Community dentistry is a nonclinical field that deals with the prevention and promotion of oral health. The recent answers show the awareness about the change of symptom in cracked teeth, occlusal caries, management of hypersensitivity, oral HPV risk factors and single unit crowns.
Track 13: Nano Dentistry
Spreading nanotechnology into the field of dentistry thereby makes Nano dentistry an emerging field with the important potential to yield a new generation of clinical tools, materials, and devices for oral health care. All procedures are to be performed using Nanorobots that may become a replacement to the present-day dental assistants, specialists & hygienists so Nano dentistry is said to be the future of dentistry.
The discovery of Nano dental materials such as Nanocomposites and Nanopowders strengthened with Nanofillers are the most quickly developing group of materials with outstanding prospects for application in the field of dentistry.
Track 14: Evidence-based Dentistry (EBD)
Evidence-based dentistry uses present scientific evidence to guide decision-making in dentistry. It is a method to oral health that requires the application and examination of applicable scientific information related to the patient's oral and medical strength. Along with the dentist's specialized skill and expertise, EBD permits dentists to stay up to date on the latest procedures and patients to take better-quality treatment. A new example of medical education designed to incorporate current research into education and practice was developed to help physicians provide the best care for their patients.
Track 15: Cosmetic Dentistry
This field of dentistry that focuses on improvement of the look of the teeth, mouth, and smile. It provides some restorative treatments like dental filling as well. Some cases like of tooth decay or some structural damages we can fill the teeth indirectly, we can repair the appearance of the teeth and we can whiten it similarly these are the treatments done by cosmetic dentistry. Dental veneers, dental implants are used in the technique of smile makeover it requires some teeth and it will give a look at what we want.
Track 16: Dental Anesthesia
Dental specialists infuse analgesic to stand tangible transmission by the alveolar nerves. The predominant alveolar nerves are not for most of the part anesthetized specifically because they are hard to reach with a needle. Hence, the maxillary teeth are typically anesthetized locally by embeddings the needle underneath the oral mucosa surrounding the teeth. The second-rate alveolar nerve is most likely anesthetized more regularly than some other nerve in the body. To anesthetize this nerve, the dental practitioner implants the needle to some degree back to the patient's last molar.
Track 17: Laser Dentistry
In dentistry, Laser surgery is not limited, but many people have not ever heard of laser dentistry before having it done. Dentists use lasers in a variety of procedures including the inner side of the mouth, be it to eliminate overgrown tissue, to redesign the gums, or to whiten teeth. Sometimes, laser dentistry is perfect for children who become nervous or afraid when having dental work done.
Track 18: Electromagnetic waves and Dentistry
The overutilization of electronic gadgets has turned out to be increasingly unlimited, in this way permitting correspondence on a worldwide scale. Even though these gadgets have ease correspondence, reports have diagrammatical variations from the norm within the body caused due to magnetic waves.
In the field of dentistry, titanium dental supplements have been frequently connected with reception apparatus like movement, even though the fundamental system stays unclear. The treatment involves electromagnetic wave incited expansions utilizing a gold combination dental to decorate and in addition dental medicines for discombobulation and joint adaptability issue caused by hurtful electromagnetic waves.
Track 19: Pediatric Dentistry
The branch of dentistry which deals with children from birth through adolescence. Pediatric dentists are specialists who have completed a specialized course of dentistry that provides to children who have special needs or otherwise need calmer care. When it comes to the health of your child's primary teeth, there is no better time than now to start working with excellent oral hygiene. Pediatric dental care safeguards your child's primary teeth stay strong and free of decay and other dental illnesses.
Track 20: Dental Ethics
The rules of federal states control dentists and the dental practice eventually. Dental ethics deals with the responsibilities and the moral duties towards their patient profession and society to promote ethical performances, discussion on the Ethical issue and reflecting of issues of dental practice.
The saturation of the marketplace in most segments increased competitiveness and has had a negative impact on the average selling prices. The presence of smaller competitors with more modest overhead costs, and the increasing growth of Asian imports, has put downward pressure on prices. Since many of the companies operating in the market participated in multiple market segments, several dental equipment manufacturers and distributors packaged their devices in order to provide more enticing product offerings to end users. Companies operating in both the dental imaging and treatment center markets, for example, offered packaged deals by combining multiple devices and selling them at discounted prices, in order to drive sales.
Dental Services Market Size:
The global dental services market reached a value of nearly $436.2 billion in 2018, having grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.4% since 2014, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.6% to nearly $629.3 billion by 2022. Growth in the historic period resulted from favorable government initiatives, aging populations, and emerging markets growth. Factors that negatively affected growth in the historic period were unqualified man power, limited coverage for dental services, and weak wage growth in developed countries.
Going forward, rising demand for cosmetic dentistry, growing dental tourism, increasing popularity of franchise dentistry, and technological advances will drive growth. Factors that could hinder the growth of the dental services market in the future include increasing costs of dental procedures, rising interest rates, and stringent government regulations.
Dental Services Market Drivers:
The aging population profile of most countries contributed to the growth of the dental services market. During the historic period, the number of people globally over the age of 65 grew from below 450 million to 601 million, an increase of 33%, according to estimates based on Population Reference Bureau data. Dental issues such as xerostomia, periodontal diseases, and dry mouth are common among the geriatric population. The increase in the size of aging population has increased the patient pool with dental disorders such as periodontal disease, plaque, mouth cancer, tooth decay denture-related problems and soft tissue problems. In 2013, it was estimated that $111 billion were spent on dental services in the USA, and older adults spent more than any other age group on dental care with an average of $800 per person. Moreover, in Australia, 42% of people with natural teeth and aged 65 or above wore dentures. Increased demand for dental services from older populations drove the market in the historic period.
While this report suite contains all Asia dental equipment market data, each of the market segments are also available as stand alone This allows you to get access to only the dental equipment market research that you need. You can view all these included reports and segmentation here:
Dental Treatment Center Market For the purpose of this report, a Dental Treatment Center comprises a dental chair, a dental stool, an operatory light and a delivery unit. The patient chair, operatory light and delivery unit are typically sold in a bundle as an operatory package. Depending on the dentist’s needs and budget, each item is also sold separately.
Dental Handpiece Market –A dental handpiece is a mechanical device designed for use with rotary instruments, such as burs, stones, wheels and discs. The most commonly used modern version of this device is the air turbine handpiece, which can operate at up to 800,000 revolutions per minute (rpm).
Curing Light Market –Curing lights, which are frequently used in all dental offices, harden direct restorative materials such as composite resins, cements and other adhesives used to fill cavities or root canals.
Dental Scaler Market –Scaling is a conventional non-surgical procedure that removes and eliminates plaque and calculus. This is important since plaque and calculus incubate bacteria that release toxins, which cause inflammation to the gum and surrounding bone.
Intraoral Camera Market – Intraoral dental are supplementary imaging devices used to capture images of a patient’s mouth. The market for dental cameras was largely being driven by the sales of intraoral cameras, as their popularity grew immensely with the high ROI potential of using the devices for patient education.
Dental Autoclave Market –The process of sterilizing dental instruments such as handpieces begins with cleaning the instruments using a washer or ultrasonic cleaner. The instruments are then treated in dental autoclaves, which sterilize the equipment by applying high-pressure steam to destroy pathogens and other bacterial spores.
Caries Detection Device Market – Caries is a disease that results in the disintegration of the crystalline structure of the tooth. There are several different methods of detecting caries. The most commonly used technology is Light Induced Fluorescence Technology (LIFT); it detects bacteria on the surface of the tooth by illuminating it with violet light.
OTHER INFORMATION – Company Profiles and SWOT, Disease Overviews, & Related Press Releases from Top Competitors
DENTAL EQUIPMENT MARKET REPORT DATA TYPES INCLUDED
Unit Sales, Average Selling Prices, Market Value & Growth Trends
Forecasts Until 2025, and Historical Data to 2015
Market Drivers & Limiters for Each Segment
Competitive Analysis with Market Shares for Each Segment
Recent Mergers & Acquisitions
Disease Overviews and Demographic Information
Company Profiles, Product Portfolios and SWOT for Top Competitors
Related Press Releases from Top Competitors