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Dental Implants


As per available reports about Dental Implants 2 relevant Journals6 Conferences, 2 Collaboration, 6 National Symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to Dentistry Field.
 

Dental Implants are surgically fixed substitutes for roots of missing teeth. Embedded in the jawbone, they act as anchors for a replacement tooth, also known as a crown, or a full set of replacement teeth. Dental implant surgery is a procedure that replaces tooth roots with metal, screw-like posts and replaces damaged or missing teeth with artificial teeth that look and function much like real ones. Dental implant surgery can offer a welcome alternative to dentures or bridgework that doesn't fit well.

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Scope and Importance:
Dental Implant Surgery is performed depends on the type of implant and the condition of your jawbone. But all dental implant surgery occurs in stages and may involve several procedures. The major benefit of implants is solid support for your new teeth — a process that requires the bone to heal tightly around the implant. Because this healing requires time, the process can take many months. The purpose of dental implant surgery is to fix metallic anchors in the jaw bone so that they can receive the replacement teeth and hold them in place. Dental implants should be considered as an option for replacing failing or missing teeth and often provide more predictable results than bridgework, resin bonded bridges, or endodontic treatment. By replacing a lost tooth with a dental implant, the overall health and function of the surrounding teeth is maintained. The implant can prevent tooth migration and loss of structure and will help avoid loss of bone from the jaw in that area. Further, implants reduce the impact of the lost tooth on surrounding teeth, as traditional bridge structures often require reduction (filing down) of the two flanking teeth to hold the bridge in place with a crown. Implanting avoids such alterations to the surrounding teeth when replacing a lost tooth. When replacing dentures, implants can provide even more benefits. Implants do not slip nor do they have the potential of limiting the diet to easily chewed foods as can happen with poorly fitting dentures. If appropriate, implants are the method most able to surgically restore one or more missing teeth to their original conditions. The actual procedure occurs as follows. Under local anesthesia, the first step for many implant procedures is the exposure of the bone where the implant is to be made. This is followed by placement of the implant into the exposed jawbone. Implants that are placed in the bone are called endosteal implants and are made of titanium or a titanium alloy because this metal does not adversely interact with biological tissue. After placement of the implant a cover screw is put in and the wound is closed with stitches and allowed to heal. In general, placements in the lower jaw need to heal about three months, while placements in the upper jaw need to heal about six months. After healing, in a second surgical procedure, the implant is uncovered, the cover screw is removed, and a healing abutment or a temporary crown is placed in the implant. Temporary crowns are generally used for esthetic reasons, when the implant is in a place that is visible. Both healing abutments and temporary crowns allow the tissue around the implant to be trained to grow around the final prosthetic tooth. After about two months the soft tissue will be healed to receive the final prosthetic tooth. Impressions are used to make custom abutments that take into account the neck morphology of the implant. The prosthetic tooth is sometimes attached to a gold cylinder that can be screwed into the abutment or it can be directly cemented onto the abutment. This multi-stage process, where the two surgical procedures are separated by a lengthy healing time, has proven to provide excellent stability in the final implant. Single step surgical implants are available, but some stability of the final implant is often lost by eliminating the healing step.

 

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

List of Best International Conferences:

Global Dentists and Pediatric Dentistry

March 29-31, 2016, Valencia, Spain

Dentistry Oral Care

April 18-20, 2016, Dubai, UAE

Orthodontics and Dental Implants

May 9-10, 2016, San Francisco, USA

Dental Congress

May 19-21, 2016, Osaka, Japan

Dental Convention and Expo

June 30 - Jul 2, 2016, Cape Town, SA

Periodontics and Prosthodontics

June 27-28, 2016, New Orleans, USA

Asia-Pacific Dental Congress

July 25-27, 2016, Bangkok, Thailand

Dental Medicine

Aug 8-10, 2016, Toronto, Canada        

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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