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Pre-conference programme

We are excited to announce an interesting programme of pre-conferences on Sunday, March 16, 2025. If you would like to attend a pre-conference, registration is required. Pre-conferences can be booked when registering for the main conference. If you are already registered, you can add a pre-conference to your registration by emailing your preferred pre-conference to finance@cienciemeetings.com. You will receive an adjusted invoice by email.

Pre-conferences are offered with lunch (grab-and-go lunch boxes) as moments for networking and getting together. Lunch is between 12:30 – 13:30 Rome time. All pre-conferences are held at the same venue.

About Dental Conference

Dental conferences are pivotal gatherings for professionals in the field of dentistry, offering numerous benefits. These events provide a platform for continuing education, allowing participants to earn CE credits essential for maintaining licensure and staying abreast of the latest advancements. Attendees gain insights into cutting-edge research, innovative technologies, and new clinical techniques through expert lectures, workshops, and panel discussions. Additionally, conferences facilitate networking with peers, industry leaders, and potential collaborators, fostering professional connections and career opportunities. Exhibitions showcase the latest dental products and services, enabling hands-on demonstrations and access to promotional offers. Beyond professional growth, these conferences also offer personal development through soft skills enhancement and motivational experiences. Overall, dental conferences play a crucial role in advancing the practice, improving patient care, and shaping the future of the dental profession.

About Regenerative Endodontics

Regenerative endodontics is an innovative field focusing on the regeneration of dental pulp and surrounding tissues, aiming to restore the natural function of teeth compromised by disease or trauma. This approach leverages the body’s natural healing processes using stem cells, growth factors, and bioactive scaffolds. Key techniques include pulp revascularization and the use of tissue engineering principles to promote the regeneration of dentin, pulp, and root structures. Regenerative endodontics holds promise for treating immature teeth with necrotic pulp and offers an alternative to traditional root canal therapy by preserving the vitality of the tooth. Ongoing research seeks to optimize protocols and materials, enhancing the predictability and success rates of these treatments, ultimately aiming to improve patient outcomes and extend the lifespan of natural teeth.


3D Printing in Dentistry

3D printing in dentistry revolutionizes the field by enabling the precise and efficient creation of dental appliances, prosthetics, and models. This technology allows for the fabrication of crowns, bridges, dentures, aligners, and surgical guides with high accuracy and customization. Digital impressions taken with intraoral scanners are used to design and print these components, reducing turnaround times and enhancing patient comfort. 3D printing also facilitates complex surgical planning and the production of patient-specific implants and restorations, improving clinical outcomes. Additionally, it supports innovative treatments such as the development of bioactive scaffolds for tissue engineering. By streamlining workflows, reducing costs, and increasing the precision of dental treatments, 3D printing is transforming modern dental practice and significantly advancing patient care.

Oral Cancer

Oral cancer poses a significant public health challenge, with increasing incidence rates worldwide. It primarily affects the lips, tongue, cheeks, floor of the mouth, and throat. Linked to risk factors such as tobacco and alcohol use, human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, and poor oral hygiene, early detection is critical for successful treatment. Symptoms may include persistent mouth ulcers, red or white patches, difficulty swallowing, and changes in voice. Diagnosis often involves biopsy and imaging tests. Treatment modalities include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and targeted therapy, depending on the stage and location of the cancer. Prevention efforts focus on tobacco cessation, limiting alcohol consumption, practicing good oral hygiene, and vaccination against HPV. Public awareness campaigns and regular screenings by dental professionals play key roles in early detection and improving survival rates for oral cancer patients.

Advanced Dental Technology

Advanced dental technology has dramatically transformed modern dentistry, enhancing precision, efficiency, and patient comfort. Digital imaging and diagnostics, such as 3D cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), provide detailed images of teeth, bones, and soft tissues, allowing for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning, especially in complex cases like implant placements and orthodontics.

Computer-aided design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems have revolutionized restorative dentistry by enabling the creation of precise dental restorations, such as crowns and bridges, often within a single visit. Intraoral scanners have replaced traditional impressions, offering more comfort and accuracy.

Laser dentistry offers minimally invasive options for various procedures, reducing discomfort, bleeding, and healing time. Advancements in biomaterials, including biocompatible dental implants and regenerative materials, have improved restorative and periodontal treatment outcomes.

Teledentistry has expanded access to dental care through remote consultations and monitoring, particularly benefiting underserved areas. These technological advancements collectively elevate dental care standards, improve patient outcomes, and increase efficiency in dental practices.

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