Theme: Towards the New Era of Healthy Smiles



Conference Series warmly welcomes you to 38th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health which will be held on October 09-10, 2023 as Webinar with the theme Towards the New Era of Healthy Smiles”. The major goal of the conference is to bring together dentists, experts in the development of dentistry, and other specialists to exchange ideas and expertise across disciplines to facilitate interdisciplinary cooperation in research and clinical settings. The guests will be able to learn about the latest upgrades and exchange experiences with internationally renowned speakers at this gathering. All participants who are interested in contributing their research and data in the field of Dental and Oral Health are invited.


Dental Management 2023 provides a major clean stage to the emerging advances, giving understudies a decent opportunity to have a propelled learning. This increases the flow of life for emerging and sprouting Specialists and Researchers. We do have an oral talk, poster presentations, e-poster introductions, workshops,  Exhibitions and we welcome Dentists, Doctors, Dental and Oral Specialists, Otolaryngologists, Researches, Professors, Students and who are interested in Dental and Oral Care from all over the world to have focused reasonable view about the Dental and Oral Health.

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Dental Management 2023 will be an excellent arena for debating novel discoveries and concepts. Attendees' curiosity in the field of Dental and Oral Health will be piqued by the one-day session. This webinar offers networking opportunities for Dentists, Surgeons, Dental and Oral specialists, Doctors, scientists, professors, researchers, business assistants, students, and members of all Dental associations and universities. It also makes it easier to access possibilities for on-going education and top-notch content delivered by keynote speakers.

Why to Attend?

The International Dental Management 2023 serve as a forum for the presentation and discussion of research broadest cluster of members from the medicine community is this cluster, United Nations agencies members area unit from everywhere the planet and who have an interest in learning regarding dental and oral health so as to boost their overall health. Throughout this two-day event offer shows diffuse info network with current and potential scientists, build a splash with novel medicine and coverings, and gain name recognition. This conference's characteristics embrace world-famous speakers, last dental and oral health procedures, innovations, and news. Sharing of scientific experience and information altogether fields because it relates to aid and oral health. Discussing and debating modern problems and scientific developments. Strengthening and growing the worldwide and European human network of everybody operating during this subject.

Target Audience:

  • Dental Professionals
  • Principal Dentist’s
  • Dental Owners or Partners
  • Orthodontists
  • Dental/ Oral Surgeons
  • Dental (Maxillofacial) and Cosmetic Surgeons
  • Periodontitis
  • Dental Business Managers
  • Dental Nurses
  • Dental Radiologists
  • Dental and Oral Health Associations, Societies and Universities
  • Dental Treatment Coordinators
  • Procurement and Management teams from Corporate Dental Organizations
  • Manufacturers and Distributors of Medical Devices
  • Dental and Oral Health Researchers, Faculty and Students
  • Physician Assistants
  • Researchers
  • Residents
  • Young researchers

Track 1: Dental and Oral Health

Oral health is the practice of keeping one's mouth and teeth clean in order to avoid dental disorders such as cavities, gingivitis, caries, periodontal disease, and bad breath. The purpose of oral hygiene is to prevent the accumulation of plaque, a sticky film of bacteria, and food that forms on the teeth. Dental plaque attaches to cracks and crevices in teeth and produces acid. If not removed regularly, the acid will destroy the protective enamel surface of the tooth, causing tooth decay. Therefore, maintaining oral hygiene should be a lifelong habit to all ages.

  • Brush and floss your teeth
  • Use fluoridated toothpaste
  • Drink fluoride-added water.
  • Use mouthwash

Track 2: Dentistry

Dentistry is that the space of drugs that focuses on the teeth, gums, and mouth. It entails the investigation, diagnosis, management, prevention, and treatment of oral diseases, disorders, and conditions, with the dentition and oral mucous membrane receiving the bulk of the eye. Dentistry takes advantage of innovation to make dentistry more comfortable, stronger, productive and more normal for patients that is possible under current circumstances. There are many new advances in dentistry, and dental professionals may be able to provide an improved level of comfort and oral health. Some of the examples of advancements in dentistry are

  • CAD / CAM (Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing)
  • Dentistry in the Digital Era
  • Dental Regeneration
  • Dimensional Oral Model
  • Radiology of the teeth
  • X-ray Modality of Implants

Track 3: Dental Research

Dental Research will provide experts with the opportunity to contribute to dental research while also becoming more familiar with the most recent advancements and technologies. Dental research and discoveries have resulted in revolutions and paradigm shifts in professional practice, allowing dental students to get a thorough awareness of the biosocial underpinnings of the dental discipline.

Every year, new trends emerge in the dental profession. According to research, the digital dental trends for the future year include new technologies, enhanced business practices that seek new methods to improve the patient experience, and robot dentists.

Track 4: Dental Education

The key goal for Dental Education is to develop future practitioners, which is manifested via both change and continuity. The goal of dental education is to teach students how to better serve their patients and communities, as well as to equip them to continue to learn new skills and expand their knowledge throughout their careers. Continuing dental education is essential for all dental practitioners in order to provide the finest possible care while also having access to the most up-to-date preventive, diagnostic, and treatment approaches.

  • Oral medicine & radiology
  • Oral pathology
  • Clinical teaching

Track 5: Dental Nursing

Dental Nursing is necessary for the prevention of dental illness as well as the maintenance of good dental and oral health. Dental and periodontal infections, dry mouth, and tooth decay are all manageable oral disorders with correct diagnosis and care. Over a third of the population lacks access to fluoridated drinking water, resulting in major dental health issues. More than 108 million children and adults do not have dental insurance, which is more than 2.5 times the number of people who do not have medical insurance. Because it has absorbed the ideals of improving oral health and preventing oral diseases, American dentistry has grown in importance. Because dentists, dental hygienists, scientists, and other health professionals play such an important role in dental events, there are safe and effective disease preventive techniques that anybody may use.

Track 6: Periodontics and Prosthodontics

Periodontology or periodontics is the specialty of dentistry that studies supporting tissues and gum structures of teeth, substitutes for lost or broken teeth and focusing completely in the inflammatory disease that destroys the gums and other supporting structures around the teeth. Periodontics is concerned with the condition of the tissues that support your teeth your gums and jawbone. A periodontist is a dentist who specifies in the prevention, diagnosis, and dealing of periodontal disease and in the placement of dental implants. They receive an additional training after dental school to focus in this field.

Prosthodontics, also known as dental prosthetics or prosthetic dentistry, that focuses on dental prostheses. A Prosthodontist is a dentist who specialize in treating and handling with the replacement of missing teeth and related mouth or jaw structures by bridges, dentures or prostheses. They receive an additional training after dental school to focus in this field.

  • Dental and Facial Problems
  • Dental Arrangement
  • Dental Implants

Track 7: Dental Implants

A Dental Implant is a titanium root that looks like a tooth root and is surgically implanted into the jaw bone to allow the dentist to replace missing teeth with artificial teeth. In order to consider dental implants, you must have healthy gums and healthy teeth to support the implants. You should wash your teeth carefully and visit the dentist every six months for oral treatments in order to take care of your dental implants. Endorse Implants and sub-periosteal Implants are the two forms of Dental Implants that are safe to utilize.

  • Endorse Implants
  • Sub periosteal Implants

Track 8: Endodontics

Endodontics is the dental specialty which concerned with the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of the dental pulp, which is the soft internal tissue of the teeth and the surrounding tissues. The practice of Endodontics is concerned mainly with the exclusion of diseased dental pulp and its replacement with filling material, an operation known as Root canal therapy. Root trench treatment is another term for endodontic treatment. Highly trained endodontists (dental specialists) repair tissues inside the tooth in different ways. They perform root canal treatments and other procedures to relieve pain. They work to save our natural tooth. Root canal therapy is used to save the damaged mash by meticulously cleaning and moulding the root trench framework, followed by filling to prevent recontamination of the tooth.

  • Root canal treatment
  • Endodontic retreatment
  • Endodontic surgery
  • Dental implants

Track 9: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is a field of dentistry that deals with the correction of misaligned teeth and jawbones which results in the ongoing development of the child and in later life Orthodontic irregularities can occur, but may be the result of genetic behavior. An orthodontist is a dentist trained to diagnose, prevent, and treat, and correction of crooked teeth, misaligned jaws, and irregular bite patterns irregularities in the teeth and jaw. They are trained to modify existing conditions and find problems that may occur in the future. Orthodontists work with individuals of all ages, from children to grownups. The most common orthodontic irregularities are:

  • Progenia
  • Reverse overbite
  • Crossbite

Track 10: Public Health Dentistry

Para-clinical specialty of dentistry called dental public health focuses with the prevention of oral disease and the promotion of oral health. In order to promote the dental health of populations rather than individuals, dental public health is involved in the assessment of the most important dental health issues and the development of practical solutions. By allocating resources to areas that are more important, dental public health aims to lower the burden on healthcare systems. By concerning oral illness, all nations across the globe experience comparable problems. Because of the resources at hand, different policies and principles are applied differently. Most dental-related illnesses can be avoided.

  • Developing and monitoring quality dental services
  • Dental public health intelligence
  • Academic dental public health
  • Role within health services

Track 11: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry includes is the branch of dentistry dealing with dental treatments for children through adolescence. Pedodontists educate and provide the children with the necessary dental care and advise their parents on their well-being.

  • Preventative & Effective dentistry in children
  • Advanced exploration in pediatric dentistry
  • Need for Early Detection
  • Nutrition Counseling

Track 12: Geriatric and Ethno Dentistry

Geriatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on the specific needs of the aging population.If a person receives geriatric dental health care on a regular basis, they can prevent certain oral diseases and other diseases related with them such as stroke, diabetes, and heart disease.

The use of medicinal plant resources (herbs) in resolving dental problems is increasing gradually nowadays and is called ethno dentistry. Here Herbal plants are used for curing the tooth pain and act as a bacterial agent in the elimination of dental plaques. Natural concentrates have been utilized as a part of dentistry for lessening irritation, and act as antimicrobial plaque operators, cell reinforcements, antimicrobials, antifungals, anti-bacterial, antivirals for controlling microbial dental plaque in gingivitis and periodontitis.

Track 13: Oral Problems

Seven diseases or disorders are responsible for the bulk of oral health issues. Dental caries (tooth decay), periodontal (gum) diseases, oral diseases, and HIV oral symptoms are among them. Oro-dental damage, congenital fissure, and taste perception. In their early stages, almost all diseases and ailments are either preventable or treatable. When a microbial biofilm (plaque) grows on the tooth surface, it transforms free sugars from foods and beverages into acids, causing the tooth finish and dentine to deteriorate over time. As a result of continued high admission of free sugars, insufficient fluoride exposure, and the absence of standard microbial biofilm removal, tooth structures are demolished, resulting in an increase in cavities and pain impacts on oral-wellness related personal satisfaction, and in advanced stages of tooth misfortune and fundamental contamination.

  • Cavities
  • Abscessed Tooth
  • Deciduous Teeth

Track 14: Oral Surgery

Fractured jaws and broken facial bones are routinely treated with Oral surgery. Oral surgeons can remove a small piece of abnormal tissue or growth and submit it to a laboratory for identification. Some oral lesions can be treated medically or surgically eliminated. Infections can cause pain and swelling in the face, neck, and jaws. If not treated swiftly and efficiently, infections in this part of the body can sometimes turn into life-threatening crises. This condition can be diagnosed and treated with the help of an Oral surgeon. If surgery is required, it may entail cutting into the affected area and draining it, as well as the extraction of any teeth implicated.

Track 15: Oral Cancer

Mouth tumour is another name for oral illness. Oral Cancer can occur anywhere in the mouth on the tongue's surface, on the lips, inside the cheek, in the gums, in the mouth's sense of taste in the salivary organs and also in the throat (back of the tongue). Generally, Oral cancers are caused by tobacco and alcohol consumption. The most common forms of tobacco consumption are cigarettes and cigars. In some cases, chewing tobacco is also fatal. Generally men tend to suffering from this more than women. These cancers tumors can be detected early through histopathological test and many other radiological tests. Eating a healthy diet can reduce risk of all types of cancer.

  • Radiation therapy
  • Surgical pathology of oral cancer
  • Malignant salivary gland tumors
  • Chemotherapy
  • Pretreatment dental evaluation

Track 16: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial surgery is the field of Dentistry that concentrate on the view and surgical operation of oral and maxillofacial pathologic conditions. Oral and Maxillofacial surgery is specialized in the treatment hard and soft tissues of the mouth and jaws and face, facial trauma surgery, oral surgery, head and neck surgery, jaw surgery, facial aesthetic surgery as well as facial cosmetic surgery.

The mouth is a vital organ with a variety of uses. Additionally, it is prone to a number of medical and dental conditions. The study of the causes and effects of diseases that affect the oral and maxillofacial region is a focus of the field of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. It is occasionally seen as a dental and pathological specialty. Occasionally, the phrase "Head and Neck Pathology" is used instead, which could mean that the pathologist also treats problems of the Otorhinolaryngology in addition to the maxillofacial system. There is some overlap in this position between head and neck pathologists areas of expertise.

  • Facial Injury and Trauma Surgery
  • Cleft surgery
  • TMJ Disorder and Facial Pain Treatment
  • Corrective Jaw Surgery
  • Cosmetic Facial Surgery
  • Reconstructive Surgery of the Face

Track 17: Preventive Dentistry or Dental Care

Preventive Dentistry is a combination of regular dental check-ups along with developing good habits like brushing and flossing. Taking care of your teeth starts early in childhood and extends throughout the course of your life. Preventative dentistry is the practice of fixing for your teeth to keep them strong and it helps to escape depressions and enamel loss. It focuses on pediatric growth and development. Preventative dentistry avoids people from developing dental problems later on Depressions, gingivitis, enamel loss, and periodontitis can all be avoided or eased with proper dental care.

  • Routine oral checkups
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Oral irrigators
  • Teeth whiteners
  • Mouthwash
  • Your Healthy Teeth Tool Kit

Track 18: Dental Instruments and Treatment Techniques

Dental Instruments or Tools used by the dentist and his or her staff during dental procedures. Dental tools help dentists diagnose and treat dental disease. Each is created with a specific purpose for dental treatment. Oral health care specialists employ a variety of dental devices in their various jobs and expertise. Different dealing methods need different sorts of tools.

The field of dentistry is constantly evolving and changing to best techniques which patient needs. Dentistry has seen enormous improvements with respect to improvement from the traditional methods to the digital world that has widened the scope of dental treatments and procedures. Digital dentistry tools and techniques used at present generation which include

  • Laser Applications
  • Dental Radiography
  • Imaging Techniques for hard and soft tissues

Track 19: Restorative Dentistry and Cosmetic Dentistry

The goal of restorative medicine is to repair or replace broken or missing teeth. These procedures aid within the improvement of oral health and performance. Crowns, bridges, and implants are samples of common dental restorations. Restorative medicine is additionally referred to as odontology medicine. Cavity fillings, root canals, and even dental implants are samples of restorative procedures. Restorative medicine will have 2 goals: to revive the operate of the teeth and to revive the looks of the teeth. In some cases, it's either one or the opposite, and in others, it's both.

Cosmetic dentistry is the branch of dentistry that focuses on making your smile look better. Cosmetic dentistry specializes in any digital work that enhances the arrival of teeth, gums or probably chomps. It basically concentrates on alternate dental surface in dental shading, dental position, dental shape, tooth size, arrangement and general smile appearance. A cosmetic dentist can improve your smile by treating stained, discoloured, worn, chipped, broken, misshapen, misaligned, or gapped teeth. Cosmetic dentistry necessitates specialised education, training, and experience in the field of dentistry.

  • Tooth Whitening
  • Enamel Bonding
  • Dental Veneers

Track 20: Forensic Dentistry and Nano dentistry

Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology entails handling, examination and assessment of dental proof in criminal justice cases. Forensic dentists are concerned in supporting investigative businesses to perceive recovered human stays further to the identity of complete or fragmented bodies. Forensic dentists are additionally recognized to apply their investigative strategies to perceive burn victims through the usage of the victims preceding dental records. Forensic dentists will also be requested to help in figuring out age, race, occupation, preceding dental history and socioeconomic fame of unidentified human beings.

Nano dentistry is defined as the science and technology of using nanostructured materials to diagnose, treat, and prevent oral and dental diseases, relieve pain and improve dental health. Applications of Nano Dentistry in dentistry are Dentition denaturalization, therapy for dentin hypersensitivity, complete orthodontic realignment in a single visit, covalently bonding diamondized enamel, enhancing the properties of root canal sealers, and mechanical continuous oral health maintenance. 

  • Drug delivery
  • Systems under research
  • Imaging
  • Sensing
  • Sepsis treatment
  • Tissue engineering

Track 21: Green Dentistry

Green dentistry is a holistic approach to dental care that lessens the industry's negative effects on the environment while fostering a warm and welcoming atmosphere for patients. A high-tech strategy called "green dentistry" aims to lessen the environmental effect of dental offices while also including a service delivery model for dentistry that promotes and upholds wellness. Green dentistry helps dental professionals safeguard the financial health of their offices as well as the planetary and community health of the patients who follow wellness lifestyles in their life. Through acceptance of the EDA's green dentistry model, green dental practices, green dental patients, and businesses producing green dental products are all working together to revolutionize the dental sector.

Track 22: Laser Dentistry and Digital Dentistry

Laser dentistry is the area of dentistry that use lasers to treat patients' various dental ailments. In 1989, laser dentistry was first made a commercially viable option. It began with a laser-assisted dental tissue surgery. Traditional metal dental instruments frequently abrade the gums while being used, which makes it possible for infections to develop. This is not done by lasers. Lasers, on the other hand, work to sterilise the region on which they are focused, killing the majority of the bacteria there Hard tissue lasers can aid dentists in disinfecting root canals, removing tooth decay, and cleaning the "smear" layer from dental roots. The Nd:YAG laser, carbon dioxide lasers, and diode lasers are three popular laser types utilised in dentistry.

In contrast to employing mechanical or electrical tools, Digital dentistry refers to the use of dental technologies or devices that incorporate digital or computer-controlled components. Both for restorative and diagnostic purposes, adopting digital dentistry can make dental procedures more effective than using mechanical instruments. Utilizing dental equipment or technology with computer-based or digital components is known as "digital dentistry." On the other hand, conventional dental media employ mechanical or electrical techniques. The use of computer-based technology allows dental offices to improve patient care even further.

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Intraoral Scanner
  • 3D Printers to Create Dentures
  • Robotic Surgery
  • Regenerative Dentistry

Track 23: Dental Marketing trends

Marketing is the key to the success of any business as well as dental products and practices have no exception. Dental products marketing is an integration of marketing strategies in the field of dentistry to help dentists for maximizes their medical potential. It involves the use of marketing tools and techniques to gain a certain level of awareness and expand the reach of practice and practitioner.

This conference is a rare opportunity for everyone in the dental industry to improve their established marketing strategies. We need to follow some of the dental marketing strategies shown below.

  •  Social media marketing for dentists
  •  Build a clear website
  •  Target group
  •  Know the competition in the market
  •  Better branding and value
  •  Future profits from selling products in the market


Market Analysis:

Dental Global Market Analysis:

The global market value for dental services was nearly $436.2 billion in 2018, with 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. Individuals are unable to afford dental procedures such as dental implants, root canals, and tooth bonding, forcing them to avoid dental care even when they have uncovered dental issues. By 2022, the general dentistry segment will generate $ 121.86 billion in global annual sales. Dental caries is a major oral health problem in most developed countries, affecting 60-90% of the global population. The action of acids on the enamel surface causes tooth decay dental caries.

Global Cosmetic Dentistry Report:

Over the forecast period, the global cosmetic dentistry market is expected to grow at a rapid pace. During the forecast period of 2018-2023, market value is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.5%. The dental equipment and systems market report is divided into dental bridges, dental implants, dental veneers, dental crowns, orthodontic braces, and bonding agents. A growing emphasis on more aesthetic appeal in the field of dentistry has resulted in the development of a wide range of techniques and procedures that cater to specific patient needs. Growing demand for orthodontic appliances and dental implants in developing markets has resulted in an increase in dental tourism.

List of Dental Universities in World:

  • The University of Hong Kong
  • University of Michigan
  • Tokyo Medical and Dental University
  • King’s College London
  • Harvard University
  • UCL (University College London)
  • Karolinska Institute
  • Academic Center for Dentistry Amsterdam
  • KU Leuven
  • University of Gothenbur
  • University of Berlin
  • University of Bonn
  • University of Cologne
  • University of Erlangen
  • University of Frankfurt
  • University of Freiburg
  • University of Giessen
  • University of Göttingen
  • University of Greifswald
  • University of Halle
  • University of Hamburg
  • University of Hannover

Related Societies:


Canadian Association of Orthodontists, Canadian Dental Association, Canadian Academy of Endodontics, American Student Dental Association, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Academy of Periodontology, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, American Association of public Health Dentistry, American Academy of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, Canadian Dental Association, International Association for Dental Research (IADR) & American Association for Dental Research, FDI World Dental Federation,  British Dental Association, National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), American Dental Association, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Missouri Society of Surgeons, USA.


Association for Dental Education, Irish Dental Association, British Dental Association, Spanish Dental Association, Danish Dental Association, Hungarian Dentistry, Austrian Dental Chamber, British Endodontic Society, European Society of Endodontology, German Society of Endodontology, European Federation of Periodontology, Seychelles Medical and Dental Association, British Dental Association, British Society of Pediatric Dentistry, European Federation of Periodontology, International Association for Dental Research (IADR).

Asia Pacific:

FDI World Dental Federation, South East Asia Association of Dental Education, National Dental Association, Indian Dental Association, Hong Kong Dental Association, Prosthodontic Society Singapore, Asian Dental Student Organization (ADSO), Endodontic Society of Thailand, Australian Dental Association,  Malaysian Dental Association, Malaysian Endodontic Society, Malaysian Association for Prosthodontics, Malaysian Private Dental Practitioner’s Association, Australian Dental Association.

Middle East:

Emirates Medical Association, Emirates Dental Society, Bahrain Dental Society, Egyptian Dental Association, The Saudi Dental Society, Cyprus Dental Association, Iraqi Dental Association, Iranian General Dentists Association, Iranian General Dentists Association, Jordanian Dental Association, Arab Orthodontic Society, Lebanese Orthodontic Society, Turkish Dental Association, Turkish Dentist Association


We would like to thank all of our wonderful keynotes, speakers, conference attendees, students, associations, media partners, and guests for making Dental Management 2021 a successful event. With the overwhelming success of the previous conferences, Conference series hosted the “37th International Conference on Dental and Oral Health” during August 10-11, 2022 at Berlin, Germany with the theme “Modern Dentistry : Bringing life to your Smiles” was a great success, where eminent keynote speakers from various reputed institutions and organizations with their resplendent presence addressed the gathering. Benevolent response and active participation was received from the renowned experts and Editorial Board Members of Conference series Journals as well as from the Dentists, Oral Surgeons, Dental Hygienists, Dental Practitioners, Cosmetic surgeons and Student Researchers, who made this event successful. The conference was embarked with an opening ceremony followed by lectures delivered by members of the Keynote forum. The adepts who promulgated the theme with their exquisite talk were. Let us meet again @ Dental Management 2023

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