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Dental Caries


As per available reports about Dental Caries 5 relevant Journals26 Conferences,  7 National Symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to Dentistry Field.

Dental Caries, or dental decay, is a common disease, which causes cavities and discoloration of both permanent and "baby" teeth. As the disease progresses in a tooth it becomes weaker and its nerve may be damaged. 

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Scope and Importance:

Dental Caries is a demineralization of the tooth surface caused by bacteria. Dental cavities are holes (or structural damage) in the teeth. Tooth decay is a common disorder, second only to the common cold. It usually occurs in children and young adults, but can affect any person. Tooth decay is a common cause of tooth loss in younger people. Bacteria are normally found in your mouth. These bacteria change foods -- especially sugar and starch -- into acids. Bacteria, acid, food pieces, and saliva combine in the mouth to form a sticky substance called plaque. Plaque adheres to the teeth. It is most common on the back molars, just above the gum line on all teeth, and at the edges of fillings. Plaque that is not removed from the teeth turns into a substance called tartar or calculus. Plaque and tartar irritate the gums, resulting in gingivitis and periodontitis. Plaque begins to build up on teeth within 20 minutes after eating. If it is not removed, tooth decay will begin. The acids in plaque damage the enamel covering your teeth, and create holes in the tooth (cavities). Cavities usually do not hurt, unless they grow very large and affect nerves or cause a tooth fracture. An untreated cavity can lead to a tooth abscess. Untreated tooth decay also destroys the inside of the tooth (pulp), which will require more extensive treatment, or worse case removal of the tooth. Carbohydrates (sugars and starches) increase the risk of tooth decay. Sticky foods are more harmful than non-sticky foods because they remain on the teeth. Frequent snacking increases the time that acids are in contact with the surface of the tooth. Treatment can help prevent tooth damage from leading to cavities. Treatment may involve: Fillings, Crowns, Root canals. Dentists fill teeth by removing the decayed tooth material with a drill and replacing it with a material such as silver alloy, gold, porcelain, or composite resin. Porcelain and composite resin more closely match the natural tooth appearance, and are preferred for front teeth. Many dentists consider silver amalgam (alloy) and gold to be stronger, and these materials are often used on back teeth. There is a trend to use high strength composite resin in the back teeth as well.
Crowns or "caps" are used if tooth decay is extensive and there is limited tooth structure, which may cause weakened teeth. Large fillings and weak teeth increase the risk of the tooth breaking. The decayed or weakened area is removed and repaired. A crown is fitted over the remainder of the tooth. Crowns are often made of gold, porcelain, or porcelain attached to metal. A root canal is recommended if the nerve in a tooth dies from decay or injury. The center of the tooth, including the nerve and blood vessel tissue (pulp), is removed along with decayed portions of the tooth. The roots are filled with a sealing material. The tooth is filled, and a crown is needed in most cases.

Oral hygiene is necessary to prevent cavities. This consists of regular professional cleaning (every 6 months), brushing at least twice a day, and flossing at least daily. X-rays may be taken yearly to detect possible cavity development in high-risk areas of the mouth. Chewy, sticky foods (such as dried fruit or candy) are best if eaten as part of a meal rather than as a snack. If possible, brush the teeth or rinse the mouth with water after eating these foods. Minimize snacking, which creates a constant supply of acid in the mouth. Avoid constant sipping of sugary drinks or frequent sucking on candy and mints. Dental sealants can prevent some cavities. Sealants are thin plastic-like coatings applied to the chewing surfaces of the molars. This coating prevents the buildup of plaque in the deep grooves on these surfaces. Sealants are often applied on the teeth of children, shortly after the molars come in. Older people may also benefit from the use of tooth sealants. Fluoride is often recommended to protect against dental caries. People who get fluoride in their drinking water or by taking fluoride supplements have less tooth decay. Topical fluoride is also recommended to protect the surface of the teeth. This may include a fluoride toothpaste or mouthwash. Many dentists include application of topical fluoride solutions (applied to a localized area of the teeth) as part of routine visits.

Market Analysis:
The global dental equipment market revenue is expected to increase from USD 6,081.4 million in 2013 to USD 8,453.7 million by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 4.9% from 2014 to 2020. The dental equipment market is fuelled not only by the prevention and treatment of disease, but also in large part by cosmetic dentistry, which sees an annual expenditure of $2.75 billion in the US alone. It is impossible to accurately state what proportion of this is dental expenditure. Interpretation of ‘dental’ varies greatly and in many countries the majority of expenditure is in the private sector and difficult to quantify.

 

International Symposium

DentalXP Global Symposium IV,

February 4- 6, 2016, United States

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Dentistry Oral Care

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Orthodontics and Dental Implants

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Dental Congress

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Dental Convention and Expo

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Periodontics and Prosthodontics

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Asia-Pacific Dental Congress

July 25-27, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand

Dental Medicine

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Dental Health

Aug 15-17, 2016, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Dental Event and Expo

Sept 15-16, 2016, Berlin, Germany

Dental Research

Oct 6-8, 2016, London, UK

Dental & Oral Health

Oct 24-26, 2016, Rome, Italy

Asia-Pacific Dental and Oral Care Congress

Nov 7-9, 2016, Melbourne, Australia

Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics

Dec 8-10, 2016, Seattle, USA

American Dental Congress

Dec 8-10, 2016, Seattle, USA

Dental Hygienists Meeting

Dec 5-7, 2016, San Antonio, USA

ADX16 Sydney

March 18-20, 2016, Sydney, Australia

IDEM Singapore International Dental Exhibition and Meeting

April 8-10, 2016, Singapore

IDEX 2016

April 14-17, 2016, Istanbul, Turkey

AACD 2016 - 32nd Annual American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Scientific Session

April 27-30, 2016, Toronto, Canada

2016 Star of the North Meeting

April 28-30, 2016, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA

116th American Association of Orthodontists - AAO Annual Session

April 29- May 3, 2016, Orlando FL, USA

FEA 2016 - 10th World Endodontic Congress

June 3-6, 2016, Cape Town, South Africa

DTA - Dental Trade Alliance - Annual Meeting 2016

October 8-11, 2016, Marana AZ, USA

AAID - American Academy of Implant Dentistry, 65th Annual Meeting
October 26-29, 2016, New Orleans LA, USA

 

Relevant Society and Associations:

World Health Organization (WHO) 

FDI World Dental Federation 

International Association for Dental Research (IADR) & American Association for  Dental Research (AADR) 

National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (NIDCR), Office of International  Health 

Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) 

Dental Chamber of Bosnia & Herzegovina  

Association of Dentists in Bulgaria 

Croatian Dental Chamber  

Cyprus Dental Association 

Czech Dental Chamber 

Association of Public Health Dentists in Denmark 

Danish Society of Periodontology 

European Federation of Periodontology 

Icelandic Dental Association 

Associazione Nazionale Dentisti Italiani (ANDI) 

Associazione Italiana Odontoiatri (AIO)    

 

Companies:

AmannGirrbach GmbH

Castellini S.p.A 

Coltène/Whaledent AG 

Dentatus AB 

Durr Dental GmbH & Co. KG 

Ivoclar Vivadent AG 

Larident Srl 

Ormco Europe 

Peri-dent Ltd 

Directa A.B      

Fotona d.d 

Sirona- Dental Company 

Planmeca OY 

BIOLASE, INC 

Straumann AG  

Dentsply Implants 

LM-Dental 

CROIXTURE 

FGM

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