Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 30th Euro Dentistry Congress Munich, Germany.

Day 1 :

Conference Series Euro Dentistry 2021 International Conference Keynote Speaker : Xianglong, HAN photo

Dr. Xianglong Han completed PhD from West China School of Stomatology (WCSS), Sichuan University, and postdoctoral studies from Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A&M University. Dr. Han is a professor in department of orthodontics of WCSS, fellow of International College of Dentists, member of Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists, and committe of Chinese Orthodontic Society. He conducts 5 projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, and has published 90 peer-viewed publications and 18 patents. He has been invited to give presentations at international academic seminars, and received awards of IADR/Unilever Hatton, ASBMR, Webster Jee, etc.


Molar distalization is a frequently used non-extraction option for orthodontic camulflage. Extraoral appliances such as headgear, and intraoral appliances such as pendulums, have been used and achieved effective results. The effect of extraoral appliances depend on patients’ co-operation, and intraoral appliances can have side effects like distal tipping, rotation and anchorage loss. Therefore, anchorage loss can be resist through skeletal anchorage devices in conjunction with intraoral movers. In addition, clear aligners have become common alternatives under aesthetic and comfort considerations, providing Class II correction with high predictability through continuous distalization. However, molars can only be distalized with adequate bony envelope to house the roots, exceeding which will result in dehiscence, root-resorption and even tooth mobility. The boundaries of molar distalization refers to the posterior alveolar region. To date, there is no universal consensus describing the posterior alveolar regions of the maxilla in the context of molar distalization. We then quantitatively analyzed the influence of vertical growth patterns on retromolar regions of mild skeletal Class II patients through measuring cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) images of 60 patients with hypo-, hyper- and normo-divergent. After standardized orientating images in Mimics 16.0 software, the available distance between second molar root and inner/outer cortical bone as well as the bone volume of reconstructed slices were measured. The results showed significant differences in the maxilla among three vertical growth patterns. In conclusion, vertical growth patterns affect distalization potential, and the patient with hyperdivergent growth pattern is indicative of less potential for distalization.


Keynote Forum

Ghanem Walid

Suez canal university, Egypt

Keynote: Early loading of immediate implant followed closed sinus lift
Conference Series Euro Dentistry 2021 International Conference Keynote Speaker Ghanem Walid photo


This study evaluated the early loading of immediate implant followed trans-socket sinus lift technique
Patient and methods
This study was carried out on sixteen male patients received sixteen implants. Age ranged between 33-60years and the average was 42 year. After atraumatic extraction of a non- restorable maxillary premolar tooth or remaining root. The native bone distance between the planned non - restorable tooth apex and the sinus floor was less than or equal 2mm. Closed sinus lift was performed then the fixture was inserted into the socket and cover screw was secured to it.     
Postoperative clinical examination was done for each patient for delayed bleeding, redness, edema, swelling at surgical site, wound dehiscence, pain or implant looseness at intervals 1, after 2, 6 and 9 months postoperatively. CBCTs were done on intervals of two and nine months postoperatively to measure bone density around inserted implants and mean marginal bone loss mesially and distally. Implant stability was measured for all the implants after 2 and 9 months postoperatively by using Osstell ISQ device. Early loading of immediate implants was done after two months. All gathered data were statistically analysis by t-test.
All patient showed normal healing with no complication was detected. After 2 months the mean and standard deviation measures of bone density around the inserted implants were (1730±178.77) while there was significant increase in bone density measurements after 9 months where the mean and standard deviation measures were (1890.52 ± 238.42). For marginal bone loss, after 2 months the mean and standard deviation were (0.74±0.11 mm) while after 9months were 0.85 ±0.16 mm. Implant stability after 2 months the mean and standard deviation measures were 68.25±2.12 while after 9 months there was significant increase in measures as the mean and standard deviation measures were 75.18±2.99.
Early loaded implant with closed sinus floor elevation is an optimizing technique to restore the function and esthetic.

  • Public Health Dentistry | Dental Implants and Dentures | Orthodontics & Dentofacial Orthopedics |
Location: Webinar

Session Introduction

Hanean Muhsin

The Royal London Dental Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust, UK

Title: Oral Health Care Promotion to Ward Staff on the Care of the Elderly Ward

Dr Hanean Muhsin completed her BDS from Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry  in 2016. In 2017 Hanean gained the MJDF (Member of the Joint Dental Faculty) from the Royal College of Surgeons. She is currently undertaking a PGCert in Health Professions Education at University College London (UCL). Hanean has extensive experience in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Paedaitric Dentistry.



Patients on the care of the elderly ward often present with complex medical histories resulting in increased risk of oral conditions. To improve patient care oral health training was delivered to ward staff on the Geriatric ward at the Royal London Hospital.


  • Identify areas requiring improvement in relation to meeting the oral health needs of elderly inpatients.
  • Improve staff knowledge of oral health conditions and maintaining oral health.


A patient survey was distributed to inpatients assessing oral hygiene regimes and patient satisfaction with oral health care. A site survey was performed to assess availability of oral health equipment based on Mouth Care Matters guidelines.

Teaching was delivered to Care of the Elderly ward staff on the association between oral and general health, common oral conditions and their potential physical and mental impact. Detailed training on oral hygiene delivery was given.

Pre-and post-training surveys were distributed to attendees to ascertain baseline levels of knowledge and effectiveness of training.



Correct responses

Pre-training (%)

Post-training (%)

Hospital.acquired pneumonia



Poor oral hygiene



Fresh fruit










  • Knowledge of denture cleaning technique increased from 75% to 84%.
  • Ability to identify common oral conditions increased from 38% to 50%.


Training feedback was positive; 100% of participants stated they will change their practice as a result. Further training on identifying common oral conditions has been arranged for ward staff.


Elham Sadat Afraz has completed her doctorate in dentistry at the age of 24 years from Babol University of medical sciences and postdoctoral studies from Shahid Beheshti University of medical sciences. She is the assistant professor of Semnan university of medical sciences. She has published 5 papers in reputed journals and 5 book for iranian dental students. She has been serving as an editorial board member of Global Research,Education & Event Network (GREEN).


Cold atmospheric plasma is an emerging technology, exciting to the biomedical field with applications extending from disinfection, wound healing, and tissue regeneration to blood coagulation and cancer treatment. The competence to produce cold plasma at atmospheric pressure conditions was the foundation for the rapid growth of plasma-related application potential in biomedicine. Plasma consists of a number of a highly energetic mix of charged particles, electric current, UV radiation, and reactive gas species such as reactive oxygen and nitrogen that play an essential role in its biological applications, including cancer therapy. Recently, the potential use of cold atmospheric pressure plasma (CAP) in cancer treatment has increased attention. Especially the selective killing property of tumor cells compared with normal cells has prompted investigators to identify the molecular mechanisms for CAP in cancer treatment. This review summarizes the current knowledge about how CAP triggers intracellular pathways that stimulate growth inhibition or cell death. We also discuss the factors that may contribute to CAP's potential selectivity towards cancerous cells compared to normal ones. In addition, the ability of CAP to activate an immune response is briefly reviewed.