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‫ب�سم اهلل الرحمن الرحيم‬ .96 : ‫ار ًكا َو ُه ًدى ل ِ ْل َع مَالِنيَ) �آل عمران‬ ِ ‫( ِ�إ َّن �أَ َّو َل َب ْي ٍت ُو�ضِ َع ل ِلن‬: ‫قال تعاىل‬ َ ‫َّا�س َل َّلذِي ب ِ َب َّك َة ُم َب‬ Verily, the first House (of worship) appointed for mankind was that at Bakkah (Makkah), full of blessing, and a guidance for Al-'Alamin (the mankind and jinns). Surah Ale-Imran:96


‫عبداهلل بن عبدالعزيز �آل �سعود‬ ‫خادم احلرمني ال�شريفني‬


‫�سلمان بن عبدالعزيز �آل �سعود‬ ‫ويل العهد‬ ‫نائب رئي�س جمل�س الوزراء ‪ -‬وزير الدفاع‬


‫م�شعل بن عبداهلل بن عبدالعزيز �آل �سعود‬ ‫�أمري منطقة مكة املكرمة‬


Contentes

Contentes

Day 1- TUESDAY Day 2- WEDNESDAY Day 3- Thursday 3 Workshop Poster Session


Executive Board

Executive Board Dr Mohammad Al-Obaida

President of Saudi Dental Society

Dr Meshari AlOtabi

Dr Mohammad AlRafee

General Director of Dental Administration MOH

Dr Mohammad Alshareef

Chairman of Organizing Committee

Director of Security Forces Hospital Program, Makkah

Dr Eyad Moazin

Dr Yaser Alkhiary

Director of Dental Administration in Holy Makkah- MOH

Board Member Saudi Dental Society


Organizing Committee

Organizing Committee Dr Meshari AlOtabi

Chairman of Organizing Committee

Dr Mohammed Al-Harthy

Dr Ibrahim Al-Shahrani

Dr Hashim AlZahrani

Dr Ali AlZahrani

Chairman of Scientific Committee

Workshops Coordinator

Deputy Scientific Committee

Poster Session Coordinator


Organizing Committee

Organizing Comm

Dr Ali Al Qarni

Dr Ghazi Howldar

Chairman of Media Committee

Chairman of Accomodation Committee

Dr Nayef Flemban

Dr Adel AlHarbi

Chairman of Audio/Visual Committee

Dr Nahed Flemban

Chairman of Registration Committee

Chairman of Public Relation Committee

Dr Abdulaziz Al Johani Chairman of Exhibition Committee


Organizing Committee

Organizing Commi

Dr Ayman Mandorah

Chairman of Transportation Committee

Dr Feras Alam

Chairman of Makkah Award Committee

Miss malAbdullah

Conference Secretary

Dr Saher Abdulamjeed

Chairman of Social Committee

Dr Samirah Al Osailan

Poster award evaluator


Welcome Message

Welcome Messa

Dear Colleagues,

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the “Makkah 11th International Dental Conference” which will be held on 13- April 2014 at Makkah Clock Royal Tower, A Fairmont Hotel in Makkah Al Mukaramh, Saudi Arabia. This year’s conference will mark the 20th year anniversary of the first Makkah conference. The current Saudi Dental Society (SDS) Board members have decided to make this important conference annually due to the demand from our colleagues. The SDS Board members agreed and gave their support in making this year’s conference a unique experience where we will invite Muslim researchers and scholars to come to Makkah and participate in this scientific meeting. After the success of the past Saudi Dental Society’s Annual Conference last month and having been awarded the best organization for three consecutive years (2010, 2011 and 2012) among all 50 scientific humanitarian and medical organization in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, I am confident that this Makkah Conference will be the best dental event in terms of quality of presentations and will be highly attended. I look forward to welcome you to the Holy City of Makkah and wish you an exceptional experience. kind regards, DR. MOHAMMAD I. AL-OBAIDA President, the Saudi Dental Society


Welcome Message

Welcome Mess

Dear Colleagues,

On behalf of the organizing committee, I am delighted to extend our sincere welcome to all of you and wish you productive and enjoyable meeting at the 11th Makkah International Dental Conference to be held in A Fairmont HotelThe Holy City of Makkah on 1st -3rd April , 2014 . A Clock Royal Tower in the Fairmont Hotel, The Holy City of Makkah has been chosen as the venue for this conference as a unique place which captures the hearts of a billion Muslims all over the globe .We strongly believe that this will allow a great experience at its finest. This unique three days conference, which is organized by the Saudi Dental Society in collaboration with the Security Forces Hospital and Ministry of Health in Makkah Region will present a diversified program focusing on «Good Dental Practice in 2014» from different perspectives through a series of keynote lectures, and specialized workshops. The Conference aims to be a meeting point, where participants have the opportunity to get in touch with the latest knowledge and exchange ideas with worldwide distinguished experts from different scientific areas. I thank you all for bringing your valuable expertise to our gathering and help us to pave dental‫׳‬s practice way into the future. We look forward to seeing you in Holy City Of Makkah for an unforgettable experience that will be remembered for years to come. My Best regards Dr. Meshari F. Al-Otaibi Chairman of the organizing committee the 11th Makkah International Dental Conference


Accreditation

Accreditation The 11th Makkah International Dental Conference has received CME Accreditation

No. 41040- 2014 / 19- 2- 2014 24 CME/PD credit hours


Guest Speaker

Guest Speakers


DAY 1 – TUESDAY 1 APRIL 2014 [1 Jumada II 1435H]

Scientific Program

7:30 A.M. - 05:30 REGISTRATION

MORNING SCIENTIFIC SESSION (1) (Endo SESSION) 9:00- 9:40

Management of trauma in adult patients

9:40 -10:20

Pulp revascularization

Dr Samira Salhi (UK)

Dr Nermeen Moussa (USA) 10:20- 10:40

REFRESHMENTS

10:40- 11:20

Cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT) use in Endodontics

11:20- 12:00

Healing and Repair Potential of Periapical Tissues of Pulpal Origin

12:00 -14:00

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Dr Nermeen Moussa (USA) Prof Saad Al Nazhan (KSA)


DAY 1 – TUESDAY 2 APRIL 2013 [21 Jumada I 1434H]

Scientific Program

AFTER-NOON SCIENTIFIC SESSION (2) (Resto/Esthetic SESSION) 14:00 -14:40 14:40 -15:20

Meeting the Esthetic Challenges in Cosmetic Dentistry

Dr Nawaf J. Al-Dousari (KW)

CAD/CAM History and Beyond Dr Nawaf J. Al-Dousari (KW)

15:20 -16:00

Fiber post: How far can we reach?

16:00 -16:20

PRAYER & AFTER-NOON REFRESHMENTS

16:20 -17:00

Bleaching – vital and non- vital

Dr Samira Salhi (UK)

17:00 -17:30

Systematic approach in evaluating and treating esthetic cases

Dr Sahar Alhajrasy

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Dr Feras Alem (KSA)


Day 2- WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014 [2 Jumada II 1435H]

7:30 A.M. - 5:30

Scientific Program

REGISTRATION

MORNING SCIENTIFIC SESSION (3) (Surgical/Implant SESSION) 9:00- 9:40

Maxillary sinus augmentation: techniques and complications

9:40 -10:20

Guided Bone Regeneration-­‐ Indications, materials & techniques for success

Dr Saba Khan (USA)

Dr Saba Khan (USA) 10:20 -10:40

MORNING REFRESHMENTS

10:45 - 11:20

Validity of Growth hormone and Melatonin mixture locally applied around immediate implants

Prof Hamed (UAE)

11:20 -12:00

New era in Dental Implant site preparation

Dr Bishi Al Garni (KSA)

12:00 - 12:40

Does the smile type affects dental implant treatment?

Dr Mazen Almasri (KSA)

12:40 -14:00

PRAYER , LUNCH, Exhibision

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Day 2- WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014 [2 Jumada II 1435H]

Scientific Program

AFTER-NOON SCIENTIFIC SESSION (4) (Prosthetic/Implant SESSION)

13:45 - 14:25

Multidisciplinary management of hypodontia

14:25 -15:05

Beauty or the Beast? Tissue-level implants in Aesthetic Zone

Dr Shakeel (UK)

Dr Shakeel (UK) 15:05 - 15:45

Immediate implant placement

15:45 -16:20

PRAYER & AFTER-NOON REFRESHMENTS

16:20 - 17:00

An evidence based approach to success and failure of dental implants: the oral & maxillofacial pathology connection

17:00 -17:30

Implants in growing children, where do we stand today

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Dr Al Keraidees (KSA)

Dr Nadim (USA) Dr Kareem (Egypt)


Day 3- Thursday 3 APRIL 2014 [3 Jumada II 1435H]

7:30 A.M. - 5:30

Scientific Program

REGISTRATION

MORNING SCIENTIFIC SESSION (5) (ORTHO-PEDO SESSION) 9:00- 9:40

Behavior Guidance: Critical Moments of a Pediatric Dental Appointment

9:40 -10:20

Oral Midazolam: A Valuable Option in Pediatric Dental Sedation

Prof Wyne (USA)

Prof Wyne (USA) 10:20 -10:40

MORNING REFRESHMENTS

10:40 - 11:20

Screening Patients for Orthodontic Diagnosis

11:20 -12:00

Early Orthodontic Treatment, What and How?

12:00 - 12:40

Titanium Miniplate in growth modification of Class III malocclusion. What do we know

12:40 -13:40

PRAYER , LUNCH, Exhibision

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Dr Sawsan Tabbaa (USA) Dr Sawsan Tabbaa (USA) Dr Mubarak Al-saeed (KW)


Day 3- Thursday 3 APRIL 2014 [3 Jumada II 1435H]

Scientific Program

AFTER-NOON SCIENTIFIC SESSION (6) (Miscellaneous)

13:40 - 14:20

The good, bad and ugly about oral cancer detection in the dental office evidence base

14:20 -14:50

Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD)

Dr Nadim (USA)

Dr Sawsan Tabbaa (USA) 14:50 - 15:20

The Holistic Approach In Special Care Dentistry

15:20 -15:50

The role of honey in oral and teeth health

15:50 - 16:00

Closing ceremony

16:00

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Dr Heba Faden (KSA) Dr Sameh Ahmed (Egypt)


Abstracts DAY 1 TUESDAY 2 APRIL 2013 [21 Jumada I 1434H]


Abstracts Prof Samira Salhi (UK)

Professor in Restorative Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine (DSDM, Director of Endodontic Programme, Dubai, UAE

9:00- 9:40

Management of trauma in adult patients

Treatment planning anterior trauma and resorption in adult patients presents a complex restorative challenge. Every effort should be made to try and retain traumatized anterior teeth, in the first instance. This presentation highlights the importance of the multidisciplinary approach, use of cone beam computed tomography and application of MTA in the management of anterior trauma and resorptive cases. Many such cases are frequently referred from primary care to teaching hospitals (secondary/tertiary care centres). Three dimensional images are often used in the diagnosis and management of the more complex cases. The treatment provided ranges from preservation of the traumatized teeth to extraction of the teeth and provision of implants. The work here will highlight the management of anterior trauma and resorption in the adult patient via presentation of several trauma cases referred from primary care to a teaching hospital.

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Clinical Assistant Professor- University of Illinois at Chicago Private Practice: Advanced Dentistry Private Practice: Archer Dental Specialists- Chicago, IL

9:05 -9:35

Regenerative Endodontics: A Review of Current and Future Status

Carious process and trauma are the two major reasons for loss of vitality and incomplete root formation in immature permanent teeth. The general consensus for clinical treatment of immature teeth with vital pulps is to preserve remaining normal vital tissue to allow continued physiological development and complete formation of the root end–apexogenesis. Whereas for those teeth with nonvital pulps, it is to clean and fill the canals with Ca(OH)2, the most commonly used material, to induce the formation of a calcified barrier at the open apex– apexification. Despite the mid-90% success rate for this technique, there are several drawbacks to it, which include multiple appointments over an extended period of time and therefore high needed patient compliance. In addition, there is the increased susceptibility to fracture and coronal microleakage during the long follow-up period. New materials and techniques have been developed to reach this same goal with improved results, to allow any possible apexogenesis to occur.

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Day 1-

Dr Nermeen Moussa (USA)

TUESDAY 1 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Dr Nermeen Moussa (USA)

Clinical Assistant Professor- University of Illinois at Chicago Private Practice: Advanced Dentistry Private Practice: Archer Dental Specialists- Chicago, IL

10:40 -11:20

Applications of Cone-Beam Volumetric Tomography in Endodontics

For many years in dentistry we have been examining areas of interest radiographically in 2 dimensions only. The ability to view and analyze those areas of interest in 3 dimensions can benefit all dental clinicians dramatically. Cone-Beam volumetric tomography (CBVT) has been designed for dental applications. When comparing CBVT to sliced-image data of conventional computed tomography (CT) imaging, CBVT captures a cylindrical volume of data in one acquisition and thus offers distinct advantages over conventional medical CT. These advantages include more accuracy, greater resolution, reduction of scan-time, and reduction of radiation dose. Specific endodontic applications of CBVT are being identified as the technology is being further advanced and becoming more prevalent. CBVT has great potential to become a valuable tool in the modern endodontic practice.

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Professor in Endodontics Department of Restorative Dental Sciences, King Saud University, College of Dentistry

11:20- 12:00

Healing and Repair Potential of Periapical Tissues of Pulpal Origin

Infection is the primary aetiology of pulp and periapical inflammatory disease that has a significant impact on pulp and periapical tissue wound healing. The ultimate goal of wound healing is to restore the original architecture and biological function of the injured tissue. In Endodontics, the main ideal objective of treatment (non-surgical and surgical) of established endodontic diseases (infectious/inflammatory pulpal and periapical disease) is to achieve wound healing by repair or by a combination of repair and regeneration. It requires recruitment and differentiation of progenitor/stem cells into tissue-committed somatic cells, such as fibroblasts, macrophages, cementoblasts and osteoblasts. This presentation will discuss this issue. Different clinical cases will be presented.

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Day 1-

Prof Saad Al Nazhan (KSA)

TUESDAY 1 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts DR. Nawaf J. Al-Dousari (KW)

-Founding President of the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) Boston University Prosthodontic Alumni Club. - Lt/Col, Director, Military Dental Specialty Center, Jaber Al-Ahmed Armed Forces Hospital (AFH), Ministry of Defense, Sabhan, Kuwait

14:00- 14:40

Meeting the Esthetic challenges in Cosmetic Dentistry

Treating patients with cosmetic/esthetic dental needs involves multidisciplinary collabiration between the prosthodontis, periodontist, orthodontist, and the patient. It is a carefully sequenced process and it is designed to eliminate or control etiologic factors, repare existing damage, and create an esthetic functional maintainable oral environment. Successful esthetic dental rehabilitation depends on a thorough evaluation of all available information, a definitive diagnoses, and a thorough integration of all necessary procedures prescribed for the patient. The lecture will involve a presentation of previously treated cases.

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-Founding President of the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) Boston University Prosthodontic Alumni Club. - Lt/Col, Director, Military Dental Specialty Center, Jaber Al-Ahmed Armed Forces Hospital (AFH), Ministry of Defense, Sabhan, Kuwait

14:40- 15:20

CAD/CAM History and Beyond

In the past century, human life expectancy has almost doubled and major changes in the quality of life have occurred. An increase in people over the age of 65 who retain their teeth also has affected dentistry, with more attention being paid to the complex needs of this older population. All-ceramic restorative systems are rapidly growing in number; advancements in techniques and materials have allowed their use as metal free restorations. Materials fabricated for use in computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems have a significant impact in All-Ceramic restorations. Today with the new advancement in CAD/CAM technology, ceramic restorations are even competing with conventional PFM restorations in all aspects of dentistry. The lecture will involve a presentation of previously treated cases.

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Day 1-

DR. Nawaf J. Al-Dousari (KW)

TUESDAY 1 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Dr.Feras Alam (KSA)

Consultant In Implantolog and Advanced Restorative Dentistry Director, Dental Center, Al-Noor Specialist Hospital,MOH Makkah,KSA

15:20- 16:00

Fiber post: How far can we reach?

Restoration of endodontically treated teeth presents a challenging problem because of the loss of tooth structure by caries, fracture, defective restorations and endodontic cavity preparation. Studies have indicated that posts dose not strengthen or reinforce endodonticaly treated teeth. Post space preparation weakening the remaining tooth structure by Increase risk of preparation errors which may lead to ledge formation, Root perforation, or Root fracture. Fiber reinforced posts are translucent with better light transmission that improves the optical effects of esthetic restorations. However, the post / composite still relatively weak as coupling of epoxy resin based posts to resin composite is hampered by the absence of chemical union between epoxy resinous matrix and methacrylate based resin.

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Professor in Restorative Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine DSDM, Director of Endodontic Programme, Dubai, UAE

16:20 -17:00

Bleaching - vital and non- vital

Tooth discoloration is an increasingly common problem, particularly as people are keeping their teeth for longer. As well as external staining from foods and beverages, intrinsic staining also leads to tooth discoloration. Loss of tooth vitality, trauma and endodontic treatment are all causes of intrinsic discoloration. Bleaching is a conservative treatment modality in the management of tooth discoloration. The mechanism of bleaching, bleaching techniques (vital and non vital) and indications/contraindications of bleaching will be presented. The presentation is based on original research work as well as clinical case presentations.

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Day 1-

Prof. Samira Salhi (UK)

TUESDAY 1 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Dr. Sahar Al-Hajrasy (KSA)

Consultant and Head of Prosthodontic Department in North Jeddah Specialty Dental Center (MOH)

17:00- 17:30

Systematic approach in evaluating and treating esthetic cases

In full mouth reconstruction cases with a high demand for esthetic result, Patient aesthetic expectations and smile enhancement can be achieved through the use of facial and dentolabial analysis. Treatment planning according to facial architecture and dental configuration allows function and harmonious aesthetics to be improved. This result can be examined by using provisional restorations which it provide more than an intermediate functional and protective covering of teeth that have been prepared for indirect restorations. They provide the opportunity to build a relationship with the patient, to more clearly achieve the patient›s aesthetic expectations, to build patient hygiene skills and habits, and to learn what is ideal for patients occlusally, phonetically, and aesthetically. This presentation show the systematic approach in treating esthetically highly demanding patient in need for full mouth reconstruction. Examines the benefits of esthetic analysis, provisionalization and how to effectively communicate the information learned in this stages to the laboratory for replication in the definitive restorations.

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Abstracts DAY 2

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014 [2 Jumada II 1435H]


Abstracts Dr Saba Khan (USA)

Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology. Director, Advanced Education in Specialty of Periodontics, Department of Periodontics, University of Illinois - Chicago, College f Dentistry, Chicago, IL

9:00- 9:40

Maxillary sinus augmentation: techniques and complications

To be a candidate for the dental implant procedure, a patient must have sufficient bone in the maxillary and mandibular ridge to support these implants. Anatomic limitations often associated with the posterior maxilla are flat palatal vault, deficient alveolar height, increased pneumatization of the maxillary sinus, and close approximation of the sinus to crestal bone. With all these, maxillary posterior edentulous region presents with unique and challenging conditions in implant dentistry. It is well-­‐accepted technique to treat the loss of vertical bone height in the posterior maxilla performed in two ways: A lateral window technique and an osteotome sinus floor elevation technique and placing bone-­‐graft material in the maxillary sinus to increase the heightand width of the available bone.

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Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology. Director, Advanced Education in Specialty of Periodontics, Department of Periodontics, University of Illinois - Chicago, College f Dentistry, Chicago, IL

9:40 -10:20

Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR)-‐ Indications, materials & techniques for success

Guided bone regeneration is a widely used technique to augment alveolar ridge defects to allow implant placement and improve the final esthetic outcomes of implant--‐supportedrestorations.It is a surgical procedure that consists of the placement of cell--‐occlusive physical barrier between the connective tissue and the alveolar bone defect and creates protected space in which the bloodclot and the graft are stabilized. Since the introduction of guided bone regeneration, which is based on the theory of guided tissue regeneration, scientific evidence has demonstrated its effectiveness in regeneratinglostbone.A biologically based technique must be used for clinical success and to avoid the occurrence of treatment complications that could be patient--‐, material--‐ or technique--‐related. Should complications associated with guided bone regeneration occur, these must be treated as soon as possible.

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Day 2-

Dr Saba Khan (USA)

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Prof . Mohammed Hamed (UAE)

Dean and Professor of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Consultant “A�, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery College of Dentistry, GMU – Ajman, UAE

16:30 -17:00

Validity of Growth hormone and Melatonin mixture locally applied around immediate implants

There is no uniform strategy about the optimal implant yet. The foundation of implant success is osseointegration, the quality, quantity and rate of which is of importance. The aim of the study is to evaluate the effect of growth hormone and melatonin mixture on osseointegration around immediate implants after 3, 6 and 9 months in human. Results as regard bone density were statistically non significant in all test periods, while the transition period 36months was statistically significant in test and control. In conclusion, Growth hormone and melatonin mixture in a single large dose at time of surgery did not affect bone density of the new bone formed around an immediate implant.

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Consultant of Maxillofacial Surgery & Dental Implant Director of Riyadh Dental Center Associate professor of maxillofacial Surgery in Riyadh College for Dentistry.

11:20- 12:00

New era in Dental Implant site preparation

Implant site placement need some preparation to be done in the area of placement including socket preservation; horizontal & Vertical bone argumentations , Inter positional bone grafting , sinus lift, . Vertical & horizontal Distraction osteogenesis. In this presentation I will be going to cover these aspects using the update materials and devices to achieve this goal, including indications, contraindications, advantages, disadvantages, technical managements during procedures, post-operative managements. It will cover also some of the new devices used us the surgical management which in crease the success of the cares .

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Day 2-

Dr Bishi Al Garni (KSA)

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts

Dr. Mazin Al-Masri (KSA)

Assistant professoer and Consultant of Maxillofacial Surgery. Umm Al-Qura University, Faculty of Dentistry, Makkah

12:00 -12:40

Does the smile type affects dental implant treatment?

In implant dentistry, treatment planning is always the key of success. As the definition of success is becoming more challenging, having a stable implant in place is not considered to be successful until it meets a lot of further criteria. The lecture will aim toward discussing case treatment planning at basic and advanced level.

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Consultant in Restorative Dentistry The Royal London Dental Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust , London

14:00- 14:40

Multidisciplinary management of hypodontia

Hypodontia presents a complex and a challenging problem to the clinician and if treated in isolation, the outcomes are often compromised and disappointing for the patient. Successful prosthetic rehabilitation of hypodontia requires a team approach, with orthodontist, paediatric dentist and oral & maxillofacial surgeon offering invaluable expertise for predictable outcomes. The presentation will be supported by numerous clinical cases demonstrating an ideal team approach protocol. Prosthetic planning and management, with particular emphasis on rehabilitation with dental implants will be discussed. Rationale for early implantation in severe hypodontia will be presented.

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Day 2-

Dr Shakeel Shaddad (UK)

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Dr Shakeel Shaddad (UK)

Consultant in Restorative Dentistry The Royal London Dental Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust , London

14:40- 15:20

Beauty or the Beast? Tissue-level implants in Aesthetic Zone

Osseo-integration of implants is now well established and focus is on achieving ideal aesthetics. Long-term maintenance of soft tissue aesthetics around implants is a challenge, which we are only now coming to understand better. Factors that influence peri-implant bone remodeling and timing of implant placement have a profound effect on labial bone maintenance. The presentation, based on current research findings, will aim to demonstrate and highlight the important surgical and restorative dimensions for predictably achieving and maintaining aesthetically optimised implant restorations. Emphasis will be placed on integration of biological principles into planning and decision-making in aesthetic implant dentistry. Arguments for Tissue or Bone level, Immediate or Delayed placement will be presented.

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Consultant Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Health Economics

15:20 -16:00

Immediate implant placement

A rigid connection between bone and implant material is the main goal in implant placement which is known as osseointegration. Osseointegration is defined as a process in which clinically a symptomatic rigid fixation of alloplastic materials is achieved and maintained in bone during functional loading. The success rates of the osseointegrated implants have been well documented by Branemark et al2, Adell et al3, Buser et al4,, Jaffin and Berman5, Leventhal et al6 and others when appropriate surgical protocol is utilized. A one hour PowerPoint presentation will discuss the risk versus benefits of immediate implant placement in anterior area of the maxilla after a traumatic tooth extraction

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Day 2-

Dr. Abdullah Al Keraidees (KSA)

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


Abstracts Dr Nadim Islam (USA)

Associate Professor, Division of Oral Pathology, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Sciences, University of Florida College of Dentistry. Florida

16:20- 17:00

AN EVIDENCE BASED APPROACH TO SUCCESS AND FAILURE OF DENTAL IMPLANTS: THE ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY CONNECTION

Dental implants have become the ideal remedy for fixed prosthetic restoration of edentulous spaces in the dental arch and one of the most acceptable and esthetic solutions of modern dentistry. The ever evolving field is reaching dizzy heights with more and more bio-esthetically-compatible materials used both for the supra and subperiosteal components. This presentation is directed towards the conditions or situations with regards to oral pathologic perspective that can seriously compromise the longevity and success of the dental implant. Appropriate knowledge of the investing tissues with accurate identification of underlying pathologic alterations both in the soft tissues as well as the bone is paramount to the outcome of the implant treatment. This presentation will make the chair-side clinician sentinent of the variable factors that may have a serious and significant effect and alter the anticipated outcome of the dental implant.

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Consultant Maxillofacial Prosthodontist, King Abdullah Medical City, Makkah, Saudi Arabia

17:00- 17:30

Implants in growing children, where do we stand today

In children, traumatic incidents frequently results in partial loss of teeth. Beside, congenitally missing teeth make up the main bulk of the common developmental anomaly of the human dentition. For long time, it was adopted that dental implants should not be installed in growing children. Did this notion changed in the present day? Are certain standards ruling that perspective? This lecture addresses the do’s and don’ts when considering implants in growing children

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Day 2-

Dr Kareim El-Helow (Egypt)

WEDNESDAY 2 APRIL 2014

Abstracts


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Abstracts DAY 3 Thursday 3 APRIL 2014 [3 Jumada II 1435H]


Abstracts Prof Amjad Wyne(USA)

Professor of Pediatric Dentistry & Program Director of Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Program in KSU College of Dentistry.

9:00- 9:40

Behavior Guidance: Critical Moments of a Pediatric Dental

General dental practitioners often do not feel comfortable treating young children due to fear of behavioral challenge that these children pose to them. However, in reality majority of the children are well behaved and compliant dental patients, and can be managed in dental clinic if appropriate behavioral guidance is provided to them. It is very important that these young patients are handled appropriately to maintain their cooperation. A dentist who wishes to perform dentistry in children needs to have knowledge and ability in how to guide these good children especially during the critical stages of a dental appointment. The objective of the presentation is to discuss simple strategies that will help dental practitioners to manage a child successfully through various critical moments of a dental appointment; such as possible separation of the child from parents, getting into dental chair, the injection, dental procedure, end of the appointment and returning to the parents.

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Abstracts

9:40- 10:20

Oral Midazolam: A Valuable Option in Pediatric Dental Sedation

Midazolam, an increasingly popular oral sedation agent in children, has several characteristics such as safety of use (high therapeutic index and availability of antagonistic agent), rapid onset and some degree of anterograde amnesia that makes it a desirable sedation agent in children. This presentation discusses various aspects of oral midazolam sedation including; oral route of sedation, indications & pharmacokinetics of midazolam, range of oral dose, midazolam antagonist, and complete clinical procedure. The presentation also includes general guidelines for oral sedation. The need for appropriate training (for personnel) in sedation, provision of appropriate equipment/monitoring devices and presence of rescue mechanisms is also emphasized

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Day 3-

Professor of Pediatric Dentistry & Program Director of Pediatric Dentistry Graduate Program in KSU College of Dentistry.

Thursday 3 APRIL 2014

Prof Amjad Wyne(USA)


Abstracts Dr.SawsanTabbaa (USA)

Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo

10:40 -11:20

Screening Patients for Orthodontic Diagnosis

Early orthodontic intervention is appropriate in patients exhibiting certain occlusal problems that could continue to worsen while also becoming more difficult to treat at a later stage of dental and skeletal development. Problems not diagnosed and treated early enough can hinder the normal craniofacial development of the respective child. This program will provide the participants with an overview of early interceptive orthodontic treatment cases with a special focus on the anterior cross bite’s etiology, diagnosis and treatment options. A case report of successful treatment will be presented demonstrating how early diagnosis and treatment improves oral function and social interactions.

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Abstracts

11:20- 12:00

Early Orthodontic Diagnosis and Orthodontic Treatment, What and How?

Early orthodontic intervention is appropriate in patients exhibiting certain occlusal problems that could continue to worsen while also becoming more difficult to treat at a later stage of dental and skeletal development. Problems not diagnosed and treated early enough can hinder the normal craniofacial development of the respective child. This program will provide the participants with an overview of early interceptive orthodontic treatment cases with a special focus on the anterior cross bite’s etiology, diagnosis and treatment options. A case report of successful treatment will be presented demonstrating how early diagnosis and treatment improves oral function and social interactions.

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Day 3-

Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo

Thursday 3 APRIL 2014

Dr.SawsanTabbaa (USA)


Abstracts Dr.Mubarak Al-saeed (KW)

Orthodontist and clinic medical director. Bayan dental clinic, Kuwait

12:00 -12:40

Titanium Miniplate in growth modification of Class III malocclusion. What do we know?

A number of treatment options for Class III malocclusion have been reported. Early intervention incorporating growth modification allows the clinician to attempt mandibular growth restrain and promote the forward growth of the maxilla. Recent research has shown interesting and promising results in class III malocclusion growth modification with the use of class III elastics between miniplate skeletal anchorage in the upper and lower jaw. During this lecture I will give an overview of this treatment modality and the research involved.

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Abstracts

13:40- 14:20

THE GOOD, BAD AND UGLY ABOUT ORAL CANCER DETECTION IN THE DENTAL OFFICE EVIDENCE BASE

The purpose of this presentation is to outline the challenges encountered while dealing with these lesions. Noteworthy, is the confusion and indications for oral biopsy and other allied techniques and the procedures that help ensure accurate screening and diagnosis. Judicious use of these diagnostic and screening tools in chairside dentistry and their advantages and disadvantages shall be discussed. Special emphasis on the best possible approach to selection of the correct mode and method to suitably identify these confounding lesions will be the primarily goal.

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Associate Professor, Division of Oral Pathology, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Sciences, University of Florida College of Dentistry. Florida

Thursday 3 APRIL 2014

Dr Nadim Islam (USA)


Abstracts Dr.SawsanTabbaa (USA)

Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo

14:20 -14:50

Evidence Based Dentistry (EBD)

We often hear the term Evidence-Based Dentistry (EBD) being used on several occasions by several different people, this term (EBD) became the focus of almost every lecturers, publishers and some clinicians. But what does EBD mean to you? Course Objectives: At the completion of the program, participants should be able to: 1. Assess the level of evidence for published literature 2. Structure and conduct a search for publications 3. Access different online resources of information to answer a question

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Abstracts

14:50- 15:20

The Holistic Approach In Special Care Dentistry

The WHO estimates that there are over a billion people with disabilities worldwide. In KSA the people with disabilities are underreported. General dentists often find this population too challenging to treat due to several factors such as their complex level of needs and difficulties in communication, creating great barriers to access mainstream dentistry by this population. It has been estimated that 90% of people requiring SCD can receive treatment in a local, primary care centre; however the provision of optimal SCD in a primary care setting depends upon adequate education and training for the whole dental team. This lecture is an overview that aims to increase the knowledge about Special Care Dentistry (SCD), raise awareness toward developing SCD holistic approach and encourages education, team working and positive attitudes towards disability within the whole dental team.

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MSc, BDS, ABNLP, ABH, BDAS Sedation & Special Care Dentistry Dental Fear Therapist ,Dental Acupuncture Advanced practitioner NLP American Board Trainer,Hypnosis American Board Trainer ,Inter/ Intra Personal Skills Coach.

Thursday 3 APRIL 2014

Dr.Hebah Faden (KSA)


Abstracts Dr.Sameh Ahmed (Egypt)

Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Immunology Master Degree College of Pharmacy-Al Azhar University-Cairo- Egypt

15:20- 15:50

The Role of Honey in Oral and Teeth Health

Manuka is a unique honey that possesses strong –both in vivo and in vitro- antimicrobial and antibiofilm activities thereby its ability to eradicate and hinder adherence of bacterial cells that are involved in dental caries, can’t be ignored. The potential therapeutic role of Manuka honey most probably refer to its components of usual peroxide and unusual non-peroxide active –NPA factors or unique Manuka Factor-UMF that are responsible for its valuable antimicrobial and anti bioadherence activities. The efficacy of Manuka honey in treatment of medical levels gingivitis and gingival bleeding also has been reported. In conclusion, although these amazing evidences require more patients and volunteers, the use of natural alternative agents such as Manuka honey has increased in last few years in developed countries nevertheless it has less attention in our countries and region.

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Workshops


Workshops 3 hours CME

8:15 -9:00

Examination , diagnosis treatment planning Dr.Abdullah Alkeraidis

9:00- 10:00

Case selection & Stage one surgery Dr. Bishi Algarni

10:00- 10:15

Coffee break

10:15 – 11:00

Surface Topography Dr.Abdullah Alkeraidis

11:00 -12:15

Sit preperation Dr. Bishi Algarni

12:15- 1:15

Coffee break &Pray

1:15 -3:30

Hands on

Dr Bishi Al Garni

Consultant of Maxillofacial Surgery & Dental Implant Director of Riyadh Dental Center Associate professor of maxillofacial Surgery in Riyadh College for Dentistry.

Dr. Abdullah Al Keraidees

Consultant Deputy Minister of Health for Planning and Health Economics

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Workshops

Dr.Hebah Faden

MSc, BDS, ABNLP, ABH, BDAS Sedation & Special Care Dentistry Dental Fear Therapist ,Dental Acupuncture Advanced practitioner NLP American Board Trainer,Hypnosis American Board Trainer ,Inter/ Intra Personal Skills Coach.

13:00 - 13:15

Why Hypnosis matters for dentists?

13:15 - 13:30

Does it work for everyone? (Practical Practice)

13:30 - 13:45

What is the myths about hypnosis?

13:45 - 14:00

Coffee break

14:00 - 15:00

What are the applications recommended in dental setting? Factors affecting the hypnotic dental script? (Practical Practice)

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15:00- 16:00

How to induce self hypnosis?

16:00 - 16:20

Coffee break & Pray

16:20 - 17:30

How to write a dental script

Workshops

3 hours CME


Workshops 3 hours CME

Dr Saba Khan

Diplomate, American Board of Periodontology. Director, Advanced Education in Specialty of Periodontics, Department of Periodontics, University of Illinois Chicago, College f Dentistry, Chicago, IL

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13:00 - 14:00

Introduction of Suture materials

14:00 - 14:45

Types of suture materials and different suturing techniques

14:45- 15:00

Coffee break

15:00 - 16:00

Part I hands onSuturing techniques

16:00 - 16:20

Prayer

16:20 - 17:30

Part II hands on Suturing techniques


Workshops

11:00- 12:00 Prof Amjad Wyne Professor of Pediatric Dentistry of Dentistry.

Part- I Lecture: Use of Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Inhalation in Dental Patients - at Fairmont Hotel

12:00 - 13:00

REFRESHMENTS

13:00 to 17:00 Part- II Practical Session : Candidate divided into groups for Dr. Ali Al-Zahrani

Security Forces HospitalMakkah.

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training - at Security Forces Hospital

Workshops

3 hours CME


Workshops 3 hours CME

Dr.SawsanTabbaa

Assistant Professor at the Department of Orthodontics, School of Dental Medicine, State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo

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13:00- 14:00

Early Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment, Part I

14:00- 14:45

Early Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment, Part II

14:45- 15:00

Coffee break

15:00- 16:00

Oral Habit Management

16:00- 16:20

Prayer

16:20- 17:30

Interactive Case Discussion


Workshops

Dr Nermeen Moussa

Clinical Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Illinois at Chicago Private Practice: Advanced Dentistry Private Practice: Archer Dental Specialists- Chicago, IL

8:00 - 8:30

Why should we obturate the root canal?

8:30 – 9:00

What are the different techniques of root canals obturation?

9:00 – 9:15

Coffee break

9:15 – 10:00

What are the advantages of warm vertical compaction technique and how to do it?

10:00 – 10:30 Live demonstration of how to do warm vertical compaction 10:30– 12:00 hands on done by the participants to master the warm vertical compaction

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Workshops

3 hours CME


Workshops 3 hours CME

12:00- 12:45 Introduction Prof Samira Salhi

Professor in Restorative Dentistry, School of Dental Medicine DSDM, Director of Endodontic Programme, Dubai, UAE

12:45- 13:45

Coffee break and prayer

13:45- 14:30 I RaCe files - IRACE system/sequence 14:30- 15:30 Hands on IRACE session (Blocks and two extracted teeth) 15:30- 16:00 Obturation techniques 16:00- 16:20 Prayer

Dr. Ayman mandorah

BDS, MSc, Swedish Board Cert. Consultant Endodontics, King Faisal Hospital, Makkah. Program Director of Saudi Board in Endodontics in Makkah.

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16:20- 17:00 Introduction to BT RaCe practice)

(BT RaCe rotaries available for


Workshops

Dr Shakeel Shaddad

Consultant in Restorative Dentistry The Royal London Dental Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust , London

9:00- 10:00

Introduction to Straumann Implants

10:00- 10:15

Coffee break and prayer

10:15- 12:00 How to optimise implant aesthetic outcomes 12:00- 13:30

prayer

13:30- 14:15 Placement of implants in the esthetic zone with simultaneous GBR

14:15- 15:00 Maintenance of labial bone thickness during implant placement

15:00- 16:00 Implant placement ( Hands on )

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Workshops

3 hours CME


The following criteria will be the basis in judging the Poster entries: (A) Poster Content: 1. Innovation and originality of the research idea. 2. First-time presented in a conference 3. Significance of the research 4. Suitability of the study design 5. Validation of the data and statistical analysis 6. Explanation of the discussion and the conclusions on the basis of the data (B) Poster Presentation: 7. Quality of the presentation (presenter present in a concise and clear manner)

8. Response to the judges and audience (presenter answers questions effectively). 9. Time of the presentation (5 min.) (C) Poster Design: 10. Effective use of graphs and/or tables in presenting data. 11. A visual balance between text, figures and tables 12. Organization and neatness of poster. 13. Accuracy of spelling and grammar


Poster Session 12:00 -12:45 P.M Odd-numbered Posters Presentation. 15:00- 15:45 P.M Even-numbered Posters Presentation.


Poster Session 1-Attitude and Knowledge of Saudi Mothers toward Their Children Dental Health in Buraydah M. Alasgah* , E. Aldowighri, A. Alrshidi , W. Alalwi.

2-Predictive Admission Criteria for Early Performance among Students of Health Colleges at King Saud University O. F. Alshammari*, A. Alhadlaq.

3-Effectiveness of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) on Dental Plaque and Gingival Health of Children with Autism T. S. Nazer* 4-Effect of Resin Composite Composition, Shade and Curing System on Fracture Toughness T. M. Hamdy*, G. A. Helmy, D.M. Abdel Hamid, D. Y. Zaki

5-Effect of Surface Treatment of Fiber Post on its Bond Strength to Composite Core Restoration Using Push out Test F. Aalam , S. Abdel Aal , H. Gari*

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Poster Session 6-Malocclusion in Deciduous Dentition of Saudi Children: A Cross-Sectional Study S. A. bin Hassan*, A. M. AlQahtani, Z. Meer .

7-Correction of a Class III Malocclusion by Using Mini screws B. Hassosah* , A. Habib.

Patients. A.Aljehani *, M. Bamzahim, M.A. Yousif, Shi XQ.

9-Risk Assessment through Cariogram & CRT (caries Risk Test) T.R. Jaml*.

10-Comparison of Some Mechanical Properties Concerning the Mould of Tooth and/or Implant Supported Overdenture. A. A. Fatalla* , Yingguang CAO.

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Poster Session

8-In Vivo Reliability of an Infrared Fluorescence Method for Quantification of Carious Lesions in Orthodontic


Poster Session 11-The Effect of Bleaching on Fluoride Release of Glass Ionomer Restorations K. Baroudi*.

12-Comprehensive Management of Severe Early Childhood Caries (S-ECC) in an Uncooperative Pediatric Dental Patient Using General Anaesthesia: A Case Report M. I. AL-ZAHRANI*.

13-SERUM 8-HYDROXY-2-DEOXYGUANOSINE (8-OHdG) LEVELS IN PERIODONTALLY DISEASED PATIENTS AFFECTED BY HEPATITIS-B M. E. Elewa *, O. Almughrabi. .

14-Effects of Home Bleaching and Polishing on Stained Restorative Materials O. A. Barakat, N. K. Awad *.

15-Resin Cement in FPD.Case Reports M. Albuthi, J. Afroz, A. Al-Nofaie.

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Poster Session 16-Functional and Esthetic Rehabilitation in a Partially Edentulous Patient: A Case Report M. A. AL-HARTHI*.

17-Treatment of Skeletal Open Bite by Molars Extraction: A Case Report J. M.AL-Qahtani*.

H. Bakhsh*.

19-Relationship between Passive Smoking and Gingival Hyper-pigmentation in Saudi Children H. A. Eid, R.A. Togoo, H. M. AlQarni, N. AlHossain, R. AlHomrany*.

20-Prevalence of Oral Lesions among Saudi Dental Patients N. Ahmad Bakhsh* .

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Poster Session

18-Barodontalagia in Military Pilots


Poster Session 21- Non Surgical Treatment of Skeletal Open Bite in Adults: A Case Report H. A. Alzahrani*

22-Occlusal Caries Detection and Quantification by DIAGNOdent and Electronic Caries Monitor: in Vitro Comparison. M .Bamzahim *, Shi XQ, B. Angmar-MĂĽnsson .

23-Ectodermal Dysplasias: Rare Genetic Dental Disorders with Different Forms N. Boutride*, H. Rahmoune, B. Bioud .

24-Evaluation of the Efficacy of a New Minimally Invasive Ultrasonic Technique (KaVo SonicflexÂŽ) for Caries Removal on Approximal Surfaces M. A. Bahakeem*.

25-Melatonin Levels in Periodontal Health and Disease O.M. Almughrabi *, K.M.. Marzouk, R.M. Hasanato, S.S. Shafik.

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Poster Session 26-IMPROVING PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CASTS PRODUCED FROM SURFACTANT TREATED POLYVINYL SILOXANE IMPRESSIONS G. A. HOLDAR*

27-ENDODOTIC THERAPY WITH UNUSUAL ANATOMY; MAXILLARY SECOND MOLAR WITH FOUR SEPARATE ROOTS

28-Knowledge, attitude and perception among Saudi undergraduate dental students on biological hazards and radiographic protection techniques of dental imaging- A questionnaire based cross-sectional study A. Jafar*,E. Arnout

29-A Comparative in Vitro Assessment of the Extrinsic Staining Potential of Children Iron Syrup and Iron Containing Infant Formula on Natural Teeth F. ALENAZI * , A. ALOTAIN, H. ALENAZI, A. ALASMARI.

30-Color stability of Nano-filled, Micro-hybrid and Silorane-based Dental Composite Resin M . ALShetili * , M. AlOmari .

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Poster Session

M. S. Omar*.


Poster Session 31-SELF-PERCEIVED ORAL HEALTH IN SAUDI ARABIA – AN ONLINE SURVEY Y. H. AL-ASERE*, A. A. AL-ALASMARI , S. TIKARE , I. AL-SHARANI, R. TOGOO.

32- Effect of Chemical Materials on the Properties of Dental Stone A. TAQA*, T Y. ASSABBASH, N. Z. MOHAMED.

33-UNCOMMON TECHINQUE FOR ORBITAL RECONSTRUCTION M. Almasri . G. Badabaan*. R. Ashi.

34-Oral Health Survey and Preventive Dental Measures at centers for Special Needs People in AlKharj A. H. Shah*.

35-IDENTIFICATION OF ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS IN ENDODONTIC RETREATMENT – EXPOSING THE CULPRIT S. A. SAYEED *.

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Poster Session 36-Orthodontic Treatment of Unilateral Impacted Complete Transposed Maxillary Canine and Impacted Dilacerated Maxillary central incisor (Case report) Orthodontic Treatment of a complete Transposed Impacted canine. H. H. Alfakhry*, S.H. Al–Zubaidi, O. H. Alluazy .

37-Influence of Embedding Media on the Accuracy of iPex

38-Prediction of tooth surface loss using Genetic Algorithms optimized Artificial Neural Networks O. Abu-Hammad*, A. Al-Haidan.

39-Endoscopic Management of Accidental Ingestion of Endodontic File: A Case Report H. S. Alsharief, M. A. Wahbi, A. H Alharbi*.

  40-Awareness of the Tooth-Friendly Logo M. ALMUHAIZA*, R. SHEKHARA.

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Poster Session

A. A. Khawaji*,A. A. Basudan, S. M. Mudhaffer, S. S. Alhazmi, A. Y. Siddiqui, O. S. Alothmani.


Poster Session 41- Plunging Ranula: A Case Report F. Al.Kazman*, H. Alfahadi.

42-Clinical Comparative Study the Effect of Closed Surgical Periodontal Therapy of Periodontal Pockets According to Location of the Affected Site in Samples From Abha City. A.M. A. AlQahtani*, S. A. bin Hassan, M. M. Al-Abdaly.

43-Clinical Evaluation the Effect of Patient‘s Age on Oral Health Indexes Among Females Saudi Patients in South Saudi Arabia. F. Alkazman, H. Al-Fahadi*, M. Al-Abdaly.

44-Dental Caries and Oral Hygiene Prevalence Among Riyadh Juvenile Prisoners M. ALSHEHRI*, H. KHAN, T. ALKHADRA.

45-Extraction of Four First Molars: Is It an Option in Orthodontics (Case Report) A. BAHAITHAM* A. NOOH .

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Poster Session 46-Influence of Functional Head Postures on the Dynamic Functional Occlusal Parameters. S. B Haralur ,S. Al Gadhaan, A. Al-qahtani* , W. Al-shehri, A. Mossa.

47-CUSTOM MADE ATTACHMENT FOR OVERDENTURES – A CASE REPORT M.M. Al Mahri * , M. K. Addas.

M. M. NAYIF*, S. SHAKIR ,N.MUTHAFAR .

49-Parental Behaviors and Beliefs Regarding Oral Health of their Children A. ALWOHAIBI*, A. ALNASSER, A. ALABDULATIF, F. SALAMA.

50-Dietary Arginine Silicate Inositol Complex Inhibits Bone Loss via Modulation of the NF-κB Pathway in Rats with Ligature-Induced Periodontitis S. Dündar, A. Eltas, M. Ozay Uslu, M. Tuzcu, K. Sahin*.

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Poster Session

48-WATER SORPTION OF TOTAL AND SELF ETCH ADHESIVE SYSTEMS


Poster Session 51-Children Oral Health Following Treatment under General Anesthesia: A Retrospective Study A.Al -Saleem *, Z. Al Karaawi

52-The Exploitation of Implants’ Surface as Drug Delivery Device F. Abdel-Rahman, N Badr*, E. Shoreibah, M. Khafagi, I. Motawea

53-Endodontic Stainless Steel Hand K-File Tip Design: Review H. S. Alsharief*, M. A. Wahbi . 54-Esthetic Management of Repositioned Canine F. M. SAIT*. 55-Evaluation of the Degree of Taper and Convergence Angle of a Full Ceramo-Metal Crown Preparations by Different Specialists Centers at Assir Region, Saudi Arabia E.A. AlMakhloti*, M. A. Asiri, A. M. Asiri, H. M. AlHefzi, M. M AL- Moaleem

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Poster Session 56- Bi-rooted Primary Canines in Two Siblings: A Report of Two Cases. Z. Al Karaawi *, A. Al -Saleem .

57-An Evidence-Based Practice of Esthetic Restoration of Primary Anterior Teeth S. S. BINSALEH*, F. SALAMA.

M. K. ALDOWSARI*, F. Y. ABDELMEGID, F. SALAMA.

59- The Healthy Cities Programme Approach and Reflections on a Framework for Improving Dental Health: A Study of Dental Health Status Among School Children in DARIYAH The Health City, Saudi Arabia. S. A. Alshiha, E. M. Al-hydari , H. K. Al-Khowaild, S. M. Al-mohammadi *

60- Severe displacement injury to lower anterior primary teeth with alveolar bone fracture (case report) AYMA A.NOOH*, A. BAHAITHAM.

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Poster Session

58-Enamel Deproteinization and Acid Etching: A Scanning Electron Microscopic Study


Poster Session 61-Accuracy of Apex Locators in Relation to Usage of Irrigants L. I. ALGIZANI*, R. A. HAWSAWI, A. GHANNAM,R. YAGHMOOR, A Y. SIDDIQUI, O. S. ALOTHMANI.

62-Antimicrobial Properties of Green Tea and Honey against Cariogenic Microflora A. ALWOHAIBI*, H. KA›ABI, M. EL-AGAMY, F. ABDELMEGID, F. SALAMA

63- Management of Necrotic Pulp with Apical Abscess: Experience of Practitioners in Western Province/SA A. MADARATI*, M. Al-RAHABI.

64-Impression Techniques and Materials for Complete Denture Construction W. A. ALQATTAN, H. A. ALALAWI*, Z. A. KHAN.

65- Smart Handpiece S.S. Al-Harbi* .

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Poster Session 66-MINI-IMPLANTS VERSUS ADHESIVES IN PATIENTS WITH RESORBED RIDGES; PATIENT-BASED ASSESSMENT A. ALI SWELEM *.

67-The effect of home bleaching agents on Morphological Characteristics of Enamel SurfaceS: SCANNING EELECTRON MICROSCOPIC STUDY

68- Dental arch dimensions in subjects with beta-thalassemia major) Faiez N. Hattab , O. AL-AJLOUNI*

69- FREESTANDING VERSUS SPLINTED IMMEDIATELY LOADED IMPLANTS; A CLINICAL PROSPECTIVE STUDY M. H. ABDELNABI* .

70- A systematic review of population-based dental caries studies among children in Saudi Arabia S.S. Al-Harbi* .

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Poster Session

I. A. ALFawaz*, M. A. ALTurki, A. ElAraby.


Poster Session 71-Treatment of Tetracycline Staining Using e.max Press Veneer & Crown Restorations: A Case Report A. Ishgi* .

72-Medical emergencies among dental students Al-Yami M*, Alzahrani A1, Alqahtani O1, Al-Qarni A*, Jamal B , Hassan M, Al-Johani K

73-Efficacy of Chlorine Dioxide for Controlling Microbial Contamination within Dental Unit Water Lines: An ‹in vitro› and clinical ‹study› M.SHIRA*

74- Dental enamel and dentin ablation using nanosecond Nd:YAG laser S.S. Al-JEDANI*, Y. Al-HADEETHI, M.A.RAZVI, S, BABKER, S. HABEEB, N.SALEH

75-Evaluation of Two Root Canal Obturation Techniques: In vitro study F. Alshail*, M Alshehri .

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Poster Session 76-Effect of Selenium on RANKL-Induced Osteoclastogenesis L.A. Bahammam*.

77-Prevalence of Molar Incisor Hypomineralisation (MIH) in 710- years old school children in Southern Saudi Arabia – A Cross sectional study”

78-Possible Relation Between Blood Group Type and Impacted Third Molar H. A EID, M. ALOBAID*

79- Preference of Practitioners in Western Province/SA in Using Intra-canal Medications during RCT A. MADARATI, A. MANDORAH*

80- A TRAUMATIC RIDGE EXPANSION FOR AN EDENTULOUS MAXILLARY ARCH IN MOUTH REHABILITATION CASE S. M. Abdulmajeed*

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Poster Session

H. M. Bakri, M. Y. Tarrosh, E. A. Khormi, M. A. Shubayr, Z. Meer, M. Al-Moaleem


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