Date

February 20-21, 2023

Location

Bangkok, Thailand

Conference Overview


Larix International is excited to present “3rd International meet on Oral Health and Maxillofacial Surgery” scheduled on February 20 - 21, 2023 in Bangkok, Thailand. This distinguished meet will bring together the Public Health and Primary Care to discuss and present the newest advances in understanding the clinical, women, children healthcare and Patient safety.

IOMS 2023 Awards

The award are provided to motivate individuals to strive, to realize their fullest potential which could in turn be beneficial to the field as whole. Epic works are not only a testament to the individual’s efforts, but they also have the potential to change the whole world as they can lead to formulation of better policies and or a new mind-set.

The marks given by the evaluation committee and the Conference Chair will be used to determine the recipients of these awards, and works with the highest marks shall be recommended for the following awards:

  • The Best Oral Presentations Award
  • The Best Poster Presentations Award
  • The Best Student Presentation Award

IMPORTANT DATES


  • Abstract Submission opens:

    June 10, 2022


  • Abstract Submission Deadline:

    February 10, 2023


  • Standard Registration opens:

    June 10, 2022


  • Standard Registration Deadline:

    February 20, 2023

Session 1: Dental Care

Regular teeth cleaning by a dentist removes plaque that may develop, even with careful brushing and flossing. This is very important for getting at areas that are hard to reach on your own. Professional cleaning includes scaling and polishing. This procedure uses instruments to loosen and remove deposits from the teeth. Routine exams may include dental x-rays. Your dentist can catch problems early, so they do not become more serious and expensive to fix.

  • Floss at least once per day. It is best to floss after brushing. Flossing removes plaque that is left behind after brushing from between the teeth and on the gums.
  • Brush your teeth twice a day with a soft-bristled toothbrush. Brush for at least 2 minutes each time.
  • Use fluoride toothpaste. The fluoride helps strengthen tooth enamel and helps prevent tooth decay.
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months or sooner if needed. A worn-out toothbrush will not clean your teeth as well. If you use an electric toothbrush, change heads every 3 to 4 months as well.
  • Eat a healthy diet. You are less likely to get gum disease if you eat healthy foods.
  • Avoid sweets and sweetened drinks. Eating and drinking a lot of sweets increases your risk of cavities. If you do eat or drink sweets, brush your teeth soon after.
  • Do not smoke. Smokers have more teeth and gum problems than non-smokers.
  • Keep dentures, retainers, and other appliances clean. This includes brushing them regularly. You may also need to soak them in a cleansing solution.
  • Schedule regular check-ups with your dentist. Many dentists recommend having the teeth professionally cleaned every 6 months for optimal oral health. Seeing the dentist every 3 to 4 months may be needed if your gums become unhealthy

Session 2: Periodontics

Periodontics is a branch of dentistry that deals with the supporting structures located around the teeth which are known collectively as the periodontium. The term periodontics is derived from the Greek words "peri" meaning around and "odons" meaning tooth.

These periodontal structures include:

  • The gingiva or gums
  • The alveolar or jaw bone
  • The cementum which connects the tooth to the jaw bone by anchoring it to the periodontal ligament
  • The periodontal ligament which holds the tooth in place in the jaw bone

Session 3: Endodontics

Endodontics is the branch of dentistry concerning dental pulp and tissues surrounding the roots of a tooth. “Endo” is the Greek word for “inside” and “odont” is Greek for “tooth.” Endodontic treatment, or root canal treatment, treats the soft pulp tissue inside the tooth. An endodontist is a dentist who specializes in saving teeth.

Session 4: Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics is one of the branches of dentistry that deals with the replacement of missing teeth and the associated soft and hard tissues by prostheses (crowns, bridges, dentures) which may be fixed or removable, or may be supported and retained by implants.

Prosthodontics is a broad specialty and the subspecialties are:

  • Fixed Prosthodontics
  • Removable Prosthodontics
  • Maxillofacial Prosthodontics
  • Implant Prosthodontics

Session 5: Oral Cancer

Oral cancer (mouth cancer) is the broad term for cancer that affects the inside of your mouth. Oral cancer can look like a common problem with your lips or in your mouth, like white patches or sores that bleed. The difference between a common problem and potential cancer is these changes don’t go away. Left untreated, oral cancer can spread throughout your mouth and throat to other areas of your head and neck. Approximately 63% of people with oral cavity cancer are alive five years after diagnosis. 

Session 6: Dental Hygiene

 

Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping your mouth clean and complaint-free. It involves brushing and flossing your teeth as well as visiting your dentist regularly for dentalX-rays, examinations and cleanings. Oral hygiene is precautionary care. This means you can stop oral health problems similar as depressions, goo complaint, bad breath( halitosis) and other issues — before they start by taking good care of your teeth and epoxies. exploration shows that gingivitis and periodontitis can contribute to certain health conditions, including

Cardiovascular complaint.

Stroke.

Endocarditis (infection of your heart’s inner filling).

Pneumonia.

gestation complications, similar as unseasonable birth and low birth weight.

 

Again, there are certain health conditions that can have a negative impact on your teeth and epoxies, including

Diabetes.

Osteoporosis.

HIV/ AIDS.

Alzheimer’s disease.

Session 7: Dental and Oral Health

Dental and oral health is an essential part of your overall health and well- being. Poor oral hygiene can lead to dental depressions and goo complaint, and has also been linked to heart complaint, cancer, and diabetes.

Maintaining healthy teeth and epoxies is a lifelong commitment. The before you learn proper oral hygiene habits similar as brushing, flossing, and limiting your sugar input — the easier it ’ll be to avoid expensive dental procedures and long- term health issues.

Symptoms of dental and oral problems

 

You should n’t stay until you have symptoms to visit your dentist. Going to the dentist twice a time will generally allow them to catch a problem before you indeed notice any symptoms.

Still, you should make an appointment to see your dentist as soon as possible

If you witness any of the following warning signs of dental health issues.

ulcers, blisters, or tender areas in the mouth that wo n’t heal after a week or two

bleeding or blown epoxies after brushing or flossing

Habitual bad breath

unforeseen perceptivity to hot and cold temperatures or potables

pain or toothache

loose teeth

Retreating epoxies

pain with biting or smelling

lump of the face and impertinence

clicking of the jaw

cracked or broken teeth

frequent dry mouth

Session 8: Current Concepts in Oral Health


Oral health is essential to general health and well- being.

Oral complaint can beget pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, and literacy. It can also affect social commerce and employment eventuality.

The three oral conditions that most affect overall health and quality of life are depressions, severe goo complaint, and severe tooth loss.

By age 8, over half of children have had a depression in their primary(baby) teeth.

Children from low- income families are doubly as likely to have depressions as children from advanced- income families.

1 in 4 grown-ups progressed 20 to 64 presently has depressions.

Drinking fluoridated water and getting dental sealants (in nonage) help depressions and save plutocrat by avoiding precious dental care.

Tobacco use and diabetes are two threat factors for goo complaint.

On average, 34 million academy hours are lost each time because of unplanned(exigency) dental care, and over$ 45 billion in US productivity is lost each time due to undressed dental complaint.

Medical- dental integration between oral health and habitual complaint forestalment programs benefits cases and saves plutocrat.

Session 9: Digital Dentistry and Imaging


The product of digital images requires a process called Analog to Digital Conversion (ADC). Digital imaging is a radiographic fashion that utilizes a wired or wireless hard detector or phosphor plate detectors known as a receptor, rather of film. Digital images correspond of pixels organized in a matrix of rows and columns. ADC consists of two-way slice and quantization. slice is a small range of voltage values that are grouped together as a single value. Once tried, every tried signal is assigned a value. For the dental provider to see the digital images, the computer must organize the pixels in their correct locales and display tones of gray that corresponds to the number that was assigned

In digital imaging, thex-ray machine is still used, but the image is converted from analog to digital. When the photons from thex-ray tube head strike the detector, the analog image is converted to a digital image and also transferred to the digital imaging software. The digital images are composed of pixels or rows and columns of images aligned to represent the intensity. There's a value assigned to each pixel that represents the intensity or argentine position of each position in the image.9 The computer software organizes the pixels and displays the dentistry of the object via multiple tones of argentine. Due to pixel technology in digital detectors, deconstruction similar as bone trabeculation, lamella dura, and DEJ are easier to diagnose due to high discrepancy in digital imaging.

Session 10: Paediatric Dentistry

 

Pediatric dentistry is one of the seven honored clinical specialties of dentistry. It includes all areas of adult dentistry that may be applied to children. still, it also includes numerous procedures that are specific to the peculiar requirements of primary(baby) teeth and challenges of the developing child. The most significant difference between Pediatric and adult dentistry is the need for dentists treating children to understand and exercise sound cerebral principles to allow children to have positive, fairly pain-free gests in this important health area. Bad recollections of traumatic dental remedy during nonage can impact children negatively and make them reject acceptable dental care for life. Find an excellent Pediatric or general dentist for your child.

Session 11: Endodontics

 

Endodontics encompasses the study(practice) of the essential and clinical lores of normal dental pulp, the etiology, opinion, forestalment, and treatment of conditions and injuries of the dental pulp along with associated periradicular conditions.

In clinical terms, endodontics involves either conserving part, or all of the dental pulp in health, or removing all of the pulp in unrecoverable complaint. This includes teeth with irreversibly inflamed and infected pulpal towel. Not only does endodontics involve treatment when a dental pulp is present, but also includes conserving teeth which have failed to respond ton on-surgical endodontic treatment, or for teeth that have developed new lesions. Endodontic treatment is one of the most common procedures. However, arterioles, venules, If the dental pulp.

 

Session 12: Oral Pathology, Oral Cancer, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 

Oral surgery is a broad term for any operation performed on your teeth, epoxies, jaw or girding oral and facial structures. It includes a wide range of procedures, including teeth lines, dental bone grafts, periodontal(goo) grafts and corrective jaw surgery.

Oral pathology (oral and maxillofacial pathology/ head and neck pathology) is a technical field of pathology dealing with the conditions of oral depression and its associated structures (i.e., teeth, lingo; bony towel( nib and beak); joint( temporomandibular joint); lymph bumps; jitters; structures in neck and blood vessels of the observance, nose and throat.

The most common symptoms of oral cancer include

Bumps/ thickenings, lumps or bumps, rough spots crusts or eroded areas on the lips, epoxies, impertinence, or other areas inside the mouthsatiny white, red, or freckled (white and red) patches in the mouth.
Unexplained bleeding in the mouth

Unexplained impassiveness, loss of feeling, or pain/ tender-heartedness in any area of the face, mouth, or neck

patient blisters on the face, neck, or mouth that bleed fluently and don't heal within 2 weeks

A soreness or feeling that commodity is caught in the reverse of the throat

Difficulty biting or swallowing, speaking, or moving the jaw or lingo

Hoarseness, habitual sore throat, or change in voice

observance pain

lump or pain in your jaw. However, they might be uncomfortable or hard to put in, If you wear dentures.

A change in the way your teeth or dentures fit together

Dramatic weight loss.

Session 13: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is designed to budge and unbend teeth, but surgical orthodontics may be demanded in some cases to correct more severe jaw irregularities. Surgical orthodontics is used to unbend the jaw into alignment, which frequently improves a case’s capability to bite, speak, and breathe. Orthodontic remedy may include using fixed or removable appliances. utmost orthodontic remedy is delivered using appliances that are fixed in place. for illustration, with braces that are adhesively clicked to the teeth. Fixed appliances may give lesser mechanical control of the teeth; optimal treatment outgrowth is bettered by using fixed appliances. Fixed appliances may be used, for illustration, to rotate teeth if that don't fit the bow shape of the other teeth in the mouth, to acclimate multiple teeth to different places, to change tooth angle of teeth, or to change the position of a tooth's root. This treatment course isn't preferred where a case has poor oral hygiene, (as decalcification, tooth decay or other complications may result. However, or if malocclusions are mild, If a case is unmotivated (insofar as treatment takes several months and requires commitment to oral hygiene).

Session 14: Cosmetic Dentistry

 

Cosmetic dentistry focuses on perfecting the appearance and aesthetics of your smile. Common ornamental dental procedures include teeth decolorizing, dental cling and veneers. Cosmetic dentistry might be an option if you have

Minced or cracked teeth.

Small gaps or spaces between your teeth.

Tooth abrasion and staining.

monstrous teeth.

Misaligned teeth.

Cosmetic dentistry aims to produce a more balanced, symmetrical and aesthetically pleasing smile. Common ornamental dental services include teeth decolorizing, dental cling, veneers, and tooth and goo contouring.

Session 15: Probiotics for Oral Health

 

Probiotics are generally safe. still, you should avoid taking them if you have a high threat of infection due to conditions similar as HIV. Children, seniors, and pregnant women should avoid taking high situations of probiotics without talking to their croaker first.

 

You shouldn't exceed the recommended lozenge of probiotics given by manufacturers. Always talk to your croaker before you start taking any supplements. You can find probiotics in concentrated forms as supplements. These may be capsules, maquillages, or indeed mouthwashes. Supplements can be more concentrated than probiotics you find in food. People with a high threat for infections should be redundant conservative when taking concentrated supplements. Some croakers and dietitians recommend that you take probiotic bacteria with substances called prebiotics. These are foods and supplements that help probiotics flourish in your bowel. This includes both the healthy bacteria that naturally inhabit the bowel as well as other probiotic bacteria.

Session 16: Dental Related Diseases

 

Oral health refers to the health of the teeth, epoxies, and the entire oral- facial system that allows us to smile, speak, and chew. Some of the most common conditions that impact our oral health include depressions (tooth decay), goo(periodontal) complaint, and oral cancer.

 

further than 40 of grown-up’s report having felt pain in their mouth within the last time, and further than 80 of people will have had at least one depression by age 34. The nation spends further than$ 124 billion on costs related to dental care each time. On average, over 34 million academy hours and further than$ 45 billion in productivity are lost each time as a result of dental extremities taking unplanned care.

Oral conditions are constantly considered separate from other habitual conditions, but these are actually inter-related. Poor oral health is associated with other habitual conditions similar as diabetes and heart complaint. Oral complaint also is associated with threat actions similar as using tobacco and consuming sticky foods and potables.

depressions (Tooth Decay)

Goo( Periodontal) Disease

Oral Cancer

Attendee Criteria

Attendance is generally limited to active researchers and authors of accepted abstracts. Authors of accepted abstracts are pre-approved for registration. All other researchers must Sign up and register towards the conference.

A very limited number of spots are available for individuals in Keynote/Plenary positions.  Some of the Keynote and Plenary Speakers will have an opportunity to chair any session during the conference.

25 Oral presentation spots are available for 2-day events. The individual speaker is allowed to present a maximum of 2 talks at the conference.


Who Can Attend

Researcher/Academic /Industrial / Clinical / Private / Marketing

Researchers actively participating in basic science investigations, clinical studies, or epidemiologic research.

 

Physicians & Scientists who have faculty appointments at academic institutions including medical school programs, or practitioners who are involved in patient care or counselling.

 

Industries related to pharmaceuticals, Manufacturing, Services, Clinical can achieve visibility and credibility, exhibiting at a trade show has hundreds of benefits for your business. Establishing a presence, whether big or small, for your company at an exhibition gives you a powerful platform for meeting new customers, reaching out to your existing clients, and building a more established and reliable brand.

 

Clinical takes advantage of the educational and networking opportunities designed for hospital professional.

 

Marketers from generating new business to staying current with the latest trends, attending marketing events, meetings, and conferences can be crucial to the success of a company’s or individual’s growth strategy. There are some key benefits for why marketers should consider attending networking events.

 

1. Build Meaningful Relationships

2. Stay Current with Trends by Learning from Powerful Speakers

3. Connect with Influencers and in Turn, You’re Target Audience

4. Get Fresh Ideas and Solutions for Your Business.

 

Various sessions in our Conferences:

Plenary Talk: A plenary talk of a conference which all members of all parties are to attend. Such a session may include a broad range of content, from keynotes to panel discussions, and is not necessarily related to a specific style of presentation or deliberative process.



Keynote: This is a talk on a specific theme which represent the whole subject of the conference. Keynotes are usually delivered by Professors, President of associations, MD and above.


Oral Presentation: A presentation is a process of presenting a topic to an audience. It is typically a demonstration, introduction, lecture, or speech meant to inform, persuade, inspire, motivate, or to build goodwill or to present a new idea or product.


Delegate: One who gains knowledge, comprehension or mastery through experience or study; someone who learns or takes knowledge or beliefs; one that is learning; one that is acquiring new knowledge, behaviour’s, skills, values or preferences.


Poster Presentation: A poster presentation, at a congress or conference with an academic or professional focus, is the presentation of research information, usually peer-reviewed work, in the form of a poster that conference participants may view. A poster session is an event at which many such posters are presented.


Workshop: A workshop is designed to teach something or develop a specific skill while an academic conference is about presenting original research and getting feedback from peers. A workshop doesn't necessarily have to present original research; it is directed more towards teaching and learning in an interactive environment.


E-poster: An e-Poster or digital poster is a digital presentation of research that is presented within a congress.


Video Presentation: Animated or recorded video describing a research or review topic. Video talks for usually not more than 20-30mins)

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