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Adhesion to moderate fluorosed enamel: silorane composite versus methacrylate composite: in vitro study. Dr. Chems Belkhir, Associate Professor of Endodontics - Tunisia chemsbelkhir@gmail.com

Keywords Moderate fluorosis, enamel, silorane composite, methacrylate based composite, adhesion.

Introduction Dr. Afef Karmandi, Private clinician

Dr. Rim Mabrouk, Student in Endodontics

Dr. Najet Aguir, Professor of Endodontics

Dr. Mohammed Semir Belkhir, Professor of Endodontics

Dental fluorosis is a hypomineralisation of the dental hard tissues induced by an excessive intake of fluoride occurring during odontogenesis.4 Fluorosis is clinically manifested, depending on individual susceptibility, by opaque white spots, lines following the perikymata direction, or wavy yellowish and brownish striations of the enamel. Later, the opaque surfaces develop and turn into chalky and the enamel develops small cavities. After tooth eruption, the enamel pits and fissures turn into brown or black.22 A fluorosed tooth requires a particular therapeutic. The fluorosed enamel is hard, brittle and acido-resistant.4, 22 These features represent a real problem for resin composite bonding to this enamel which is little studied. Few years ago, a low shrinkage restorative material of polymerization; silorane composite; was introduced in the dental market. Several studies have shown that silorane composite present better mechanical and physical properties than conventional methacrylate based composite.7, 14, 29 This study deals with a clinically relevant problem that can influence the dental practice it is bonding on moderate fluorosed enamel. The difficulty of bonding on this enamel is the object of limited number of studies. This difficulty is in relation to the specificities of the fluorosed enamel. The aim of the study is to evaluate the adhesion quality of silorane composite on moderately fluorosed enamel in vitro using thermo cycling and infiltration of methylene blue and to com-

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pare bonding efficacy of coronal restorations by methacrylate based composite (micro-hybrid) and those by silorane composite on fluorosed teeth.

Materials and methods Sample collection Twenty four recently-extracted, non-carious human teeth (maxillary and mandibular molars) were stored in water and in a refrigerator until use after cleaning with pumice water slurry in order to remove tartar, soft tissues and any other debris. All the collected teeth presented a moderate fluorosis according to the Thylstrup and Fejerskov index (TFI= 4). Cavity preparation Class II box cavity were prepared on the mesial and distal surfaces of each tooth. These preparations were accomplished with carbide burs in a highspeed hand piece with water spray. There was no occlusal connection between the preparations. Each cavity was placed at two millimeters of the cemento-enamel junction and presented the following dimensions: 3 mm height, 2 mm in the bucco-lingual axis, 1, 5 mm in the mesio-distal depth. Buccal and lingual walls of the preparations were approximately parallel and connected to the gingival wall with rounded angles. Prepared teeth were stored in distilled water. Sample preparations The teeth were randomly distributed between two groups of 12 teeth. Following cavity preparation, each tooth was rinsed with distilled water and dried.


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Table 1: Groups 1 and 2 repartition.

Table 1

Mesial Face

Distal Face

Group 1

Silorane protocol (Filtek silorane®, 3M)

Two-step etch and rinse adhesive (scotch bond, 3M) Methacrylate based composite (Valux®, 3M)

Group 2

Silorane protocol (Filtek silorane®, 3M)

Enamel etching (orthophosphoric acid gel 35%) Silorane protocol (Filtek silorane®, 3M)

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D

Group 1 M

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a: distal cavity: occlusal infiltrations, absence of cervical infiltrations; mesial cavity: occlusal infiltrations and absence of cervical infiltrations.

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b: distal cavity: absence occlusal and cervical infiltrations, mesial cavity: occlusal infiltrations and absence of cervical infiltrations. c: distal cavity: occlusal infiltrations, absence of cervical infiltrations; mesial cavity: absence of occlusal and cervical infiltrations.

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The distal faces The cavities located on the distal faces were etched for 30 seconds with an orthophosphoric acid gel at 35% (3M) and rinsed for 30 seconds with 5 cc of distilled water with the help of a syringe. The preparations were gently dried with an air gun and a cotton pellet. A mono component adhesive (scotch bond®, 3M) was applied by friction on the surfaces for 10 seconds, gently air dried and light cured for 20 seconds. A methacrylate based composite (Valux®, 3M) was applied in three successive layers (1mm thinness each). Each layer was photo polymerized for 40 seconds with a second generation LED lamp. A transparent strip was tightened and held by finger pressure against the gingival margin of the cavity so that the preparation could not de overfilled at the gingival margin. The mesial faces The cavities located on the mesial faces were restored with a silorane composite (Filtek silorane) according to the manufacturer protocol: Application of the self etching adhesive system of Filtek® silorane: Apply the self etching primer on the cavity for 15 seconds, gently dry then photo polymerize for 15s. Spread the adhesive on the cavity, dry with air, photo polymerize for 10s. Setting the silorane composite per layer of 1mm thickness. Photo polymerization for 10s each composite layer and final photo polymerization for 40s. A transparent strip was tightened and held by finger pressure against the gingival margin of the cavity.


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Spread the adhesive on the cavity, dry with air, photo polymerize for 10s. Setting the silorane composite per layer of 1mm thickness. Photo polymerization for 10s each composite layer and final photo polymerization for 40s. A transparent strip was tightened and held by finger pressure against the gingival margin of the cavity. The mesial faces The cavities located on the mesial faces were restored with a silorane composite (Filtek® silorane) according to the manufacturer protocol.

Thermocycling

Fig 2 a: distal cavity: occlusal infiltrations, absence of cervical infiltrations; mesial cavity: occlusal infiltrations, absence of cervical infiltrations.

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D

b: distal cavity: occlusal infiltrations, absence of cervical infiltrations; mesial cavity: absence of occlusal and cervical infiltrations. c: distal cavity: occlusal and cervical infiltrations; mesial cavity: absence of occlusal and cervical infiltrations.

The apices were sealed with a transparent orthodontic resin (Luxaself UGIM®). A complementary protection was brought with the application of two coats of transparent finger nail varnish on each crown while leaving 1mm around the restorations. The teeth were placed in KCI solution at o, 9 ‰ for thermocycling. Daily cycle: 45 minutes at 6°±2°C + 45min at 60°±2°C. Repeat four times. 16 hours at room temperature. The daily cycle was repeated for five successive days.

Infiltration at methylene blue c

Group 2 The distal faces The cavities located on the distal faces were obturated with a silorane composite (Filtek® silorane) according to the following protocol: Etching the enamel with orthophosphoric acid gel at 35% for 30s while paying attention not to overflow on the dentine. Thorough rinsing for 15s and drying. Application of the self etching adhesive system of Filtek silorane: Apply the self etching primer on the cavity for 15 seconds, gently dry then photo polymerize for 15s. Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

A second application of two coats finger nail varnish on each crown was performed. The crowns were immersed in a methylene blue dye solution at 0,1% for 48 hours at room temperature. After withdrawing the teeth from the dye solution, they were rinsed with water and cleaned with abrasive disks to eliminate the dye traces.

Microtome sectioning The roots of each tooth were inserted in a numerated methacrylate resin blocks. At the vertical plane, each tooth was sectioned mesio-distally with a microtome (Isomet® Buehler) across the center of the restorations using the 0,4mm diamond saw with continuous water irrigation. After separating the roots of each tooth from the crown, two sections were obtained: one buccal and the other lingual.


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Fig 3: Methylene blue infiltration: Comparison between methacrylate based composite with two-step etch and rinse adhesive (distal cavity) and the silorane protocol (mesial cavity).

Stereomicroscope observation

Statistical analysis

48 composite resin obturations were analyzed. Each cut was photographed with a stereomicroscope (Zeiss) under magnification of 3 and with a digital camera. (Figs n°1, 2). The observations were separately performed by two observers. The infiltration degree of the product was noted in function of the following scores: Score 0: no infiltration, Score 1: infiltration ˂ to half the enamel, Score 2: infiltration ˃ to half the enamel, Score 3: infiltration of all the enamel and dentin thickness, Score 4: infiltration exceeding the cavity.

The Fisher exact test was used to conduct qualitative analyses of the bonding efficacy between: The operative protocols: Methacrylate composite with two-step etch and rinse adhesive (distal faces) and the silorane protocol (mesial faces). Silorane with etching (distal faces) and the classical silorane protocol (mesial faces). And between the cervical enamel and the occlusal enamel of each cavity. The absence of infiltration (0) and the presence of infiltration (1) were taken as selection criteria. The value p is considered as significant when it is inferior to 0.05.

Fig 3

Fig 4

Fig 4: Methylene blue Infiltration: Comparison between silorane protocol with etching (distal cavity) and the classical silorane protocol (mesial cavity). Absence of Infiltration

Distal Cavities

Table 2

Infiltration

Table 2: Methylene blue infiltration: groups 1 and 2.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

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Distal Cavities

Group 1

Mesial Cavities Group 2

Mesial cavity

Distal cavity

Mesial cavity

Distal cavity

Occlusal

Cervical

Occlusal

Cervical

Occlusal

Cervical

Occlusal

Cervical

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1 1 1 0 1 0

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0 1 1 0 0 1

1 3 1 1 1 0

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0 1 0

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20 Restorative Dentistry Results Adhesion efficiency of silorane composite on fluoresced teeth compared to methacrylate based composite: no significant difference: p=0,286. No significant differences were observed for the adhesion quality between the cervical enamel and the occlusal enamel: p=0,192 for the mesial cavities and p=1 for the distal cavities. The score attributed to each sample depending on the infiltration is reported on table n° 2. (Fig n° 3). Adhesion efficiency of silorane composite on fluoresced teeth: no significant difference: p=1. No significant differences were observed for the adhesion quality between the cervical enamel and the occlusal enamel: p=1 for the mesial cavities and p=0,081 for the distal cavities. The score attributed to each sample depending on the infiltration is reported on table n° 2. (Fig n° 4).

Discussion The literature 4, 22 describes the fluorosed enamel as hard, brittle and acido- resistant. Despite these characteristics, few studies have been interested in the bonding properties on this enamel. Our in vitro study allowed to evaluate the adhesion quality of silorane composite on the moderate fluorosed enamel and to compare silorane composite bonding with methacrylate based composite. There was no difference between adhesion on moderate fluorosed enamel of silorane composite protocol and methacrylate based composite protocol. Silorane composite is associated with a self etching adhesive system. The advantage of these systems to simplify the operative protocol of bonding but their efficiency on the enamel remains questionable and their impact on the fluorosed enamel remains little studied. According to Perlatti D’alpino and al.21, the Silorane protocol and the self-etching bonding procedure associated with methacrylate based composite showed a better adaptation than the separated etching-rinsing protocol. A better result was observed in methacrylate based composite associated with a self-etching adhesive system. Hara and al.11 reported that bonding with selfetching adhesive system was inferior compared to the system using orthophosphoric acid as a separate conditioner. The study conducted by Hannig and al.10 and that conducted by Blunck and al.5 showed, on the opDental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

posite, that the self-etching adhesive system could have been used as a satisfactory alternative to orthophosphoric acid. In fact failures are produced inside the hybrid layer, causing a fragile bonding, favouring micro-hiatus formation and leading to micro-infiltrations. These failures are generally observed on the adhesive interface and are principally due to a divergence between the demineralization depth and the monomer infiltration. For the self-etching adhesive system, the demineralization and the monomer infiltration are simultaneously produced.19,27 For silorane, the influence of the bonding approach cannot be studied in the same manner as this material has a dedicated adhesive system which represents an advantage. This dedicated adhesive system is conceived to fill the hiatus between a hydrophilic dentin and hydrophobic silorane.15 Mine and al.15 confirmed that silorane adhesive system was capable to present a chemical link to hydroxyapatite crystal. In the study of Santini and Miletic23, an intermediate zone about 1µm between the primer layer and the silorane adhesive was detected with the help of Raman microscopy. According to these authors, this zone can be the weak link in the failure mechanism of silorane restoration. Papadogiannis and al.18 using cylindrical dentinal cavities noted that silorane showed a better behavior than methacrylate based composite as when comparing marginal adaptation. Silorane presented a better performance in marginal occlusal and proximal adaptation. Our study showed no significant difference between silorane and methacrylate composite. Palin and al.17 noted that the cusped deviation caused by the withdrawal of polymerization was significantly weaker when the teeth are restored using silorane compared to those restored by methacrylate. On the other hand, a clinical study of Schmidt and al.24 revealed that the good results presented by a silorane in laboratory tests were not clinically validated. However, in the works conducted by Bagis and al.2, no micro-infiltration was observed on the mesio-occluso-distal preparations restored with a silorane or a methacrylate based composite. Weinmann29 and al. noted that the ring opening chemistry of the Siloranes enables at the first time shrinkage values lower than 1% vol. and mechanical parameters as E-Modulus and flexural strength


22 Restorative Dentistry comparable to those of clinically well accepted methacrylate based composites. Although there are controversies of the bonding system of self-eching system on normal enamel, there is sufficient proof indicating that the bonding systems are capable to provide link forces comparable to those of bonding using ortho phosphoric acid.10, 13 The performances of these systems on the fluorosed enamel remains however a little studied subject. In our study, on the moderate fluorosed enamel, the silorane composite protocol associated with etching didn’t give better results than the classic silorane protocol as well as the methacrylate protocol with etching. Hoffman and al.12, Opinya and Pameijer16 showed the unpredictability of fluorosed enamel treatment and an irregular response to the etching agent. Al-Sugair and Akpata1 reported the etching depth of orthophosphoric acid at 37% on the moderate fluorosed enamel with Thylstrup and Fejerskov Index TFI= 4 are not significantly different from the depth obtained on normal enamel. However, Wersarsing and al.28 showed that for moderate fluorosed enamel the etching time should be long. De Goes and al.6 noted that orthophosphoric acid at 35% used for 15 or 60 seconds produce the same effect on normal enamel. According to Ermis and al.8 works, bonding on normal enamel is better than on moderate fluorosed enamel. The study conducted by Weerasinghe and al.28 which showed the link forces after etching with orthophosphoric acid and the use of self-etching on normal enamel and mild fluorosed enamel are comparable. However long-term adhesion force is to be monitored. In the case of severe fluorosis; where the difference was significant; the self-etching bonding system is inferior to orthophosphoric acid. Pashley and al.20, Tay and al.26 showed that efficiency of self-etching primer on the enamel does not depend on their etching aggressiveness. Through these different works, we can confirm those hypotheses that moderate fluorosed enamel reacts to etching like normal enamel and that bonding may depend on the characteristics of the enamel. Additional studies are necessary on severe fluorosed teeth. Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

Shimada and al.25 have confirmed the regional variations in the adhesion to the enamel. Our study has shown no difference for the three protocols between adhesion to cervical and occlusal enamel. In another study 3 we demonstrated that on mild fluorosed enamel adhesion on the occlusal enamel is better than on the cervical enamel. A change of the prism orientation and manipulation facility on the occlusal enamel argued this study. The results on the fluorosis teeth in our study are obtained thanks to a rigorous operative protocol, starting by small touches drilling during the cavities preparation and ending by a good application of the adhesive by mini-brush friction. In fact, the action of orthophosphoric acid combined to adhesion silorane allow to modify the enamel surface state, whether fluorosis or normal by ameliorating the wettability of the resin and by assuring a physic-chemical bond in addition to the micromechanical one, thus decreasing micro-infiltration. These are consistent with Santini and Mileyic study.23 Thus although, the fluorosed enamel is brittle and acido-resistant, it reacts positively to bonding techniques. Giattchi and al.9 have highlighted the practitioner’s skill ability during resin composite manipulation. For this reason, a good manipulation of silorane composite and methacrylate composite and a respect of the different steps, especially that of adhesive application, allow obtaining good results.

Conclusions Our in vitro study allowed to evaluate adhesion quality of silorane composite on the moderate fluorosed enamel and to compare the coronal restoration sealing using methacrylate composite to those using silorane after thermo cycling and methylene blue infiltration. The stereomicroscope observation has shown that the classic silorane protocol did not have better results than silorane protocol with etching or the methacrylate resin protocol. Our Study has also show that there is no significant difference between adhesion to the occlusal and cervical enamel. Within the framework of this study, we can conclude that: - The self-etching systems associated with silorane composite seem to have the same consequence on the moderate fluorosed enamel as the etchingrinsing approach. The moderate fluorosed enamel


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24 Restorative Dentistry reacts in the same manner independently from the etching protocol. - The adhesion of a material to the moderate fluorosed enamel seem to be in relation to several factors, apart from the material properties, such as the degree of fluorosis, the adhesion quality of the adhesive or the degree of the practitioner’s ability. Additional in vitro studies are useful to optimize dental adhesion, reach a better bonding and improving the stability of the adhesive interface over the time. Finally, in vitro investigations are necessary to fully evaluate the properties of silorane composite and methacrylate composite adhesion to the fluorosed enamel and to determine if any of the approaches provides better results.

Acknowledgments The authors thank Mister Samir Boukottaya for language assistance and Sonia Ghoul-Mazgar for revision of the manuscript.

10. Hara AT, Amaral CM, Pimenta LA, Sinhoreti MA (1999). Shear bond strengt of hydrophilic adhesive systems to enamel. Am Dent J; 2: 181-84. 11. Hoffman S, Rovelstad R, McEwan WS, Drew CM (1969). Demineralization studies of fluoride-treated enamel using scanning electron microscopy. J JDent Res. 48:1296–1302. 12. Kenemura N, Sano H, Tagami J (1999). Tensile bond strength and SEM evaluation of ground and intact enamel surfaces. J Dent. 27: 523630. 13. Lien W et Vandewalle KS (2010). Physical properties of silorane-based restorative system. Mater Dent J. 26: 337-44.

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14. Mine A, De Munck J, Van Ende A, Cardoso MV, Kuboki T, Yoshida Y, Van Meerbeek B (2010). Tem caracterisation of silorane composite bonded to enamel and dentin. Dent Mater J. 26:524-32. 15. Opinya GN, Pameijer CH (1986). Tensile bond strength of fluorosed Kenyan teeth using the acid etch technique. Inter Dent J. 36: 225-29. 16. Palin WM, Fleming GJ, Nathwani H, Burke FJ, Randall RC (2005). In vitro cuspidal deflection and micro leakage of maxillary premolars restored with novel low-shrink dental composite. Dent Mater. 21:324-35. 17. Papadogiannis D, Kakaboura A, Palaghias G, Eliades G (2009). setting characteristics and cavity adaptation of low-shrinking resin composite. Dent Mater J. 25:1509-16. 18. Pashley DH, Tay FR, Breschi L,Tjaderliane L, Carvallho RM, Carrilho M R, Tezvergil Mutluay A (2011). State of the art of etch-rinse adhesive. Dent Mater J. 27:1-16.

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26 Oral Pathology

Tooth staining and discoloration: a review of literature. Part I: Etiology and classification Dr. Sawsan Nasreddine, BDS, DESS Pediatric Dentistry, DESS Public Health Dentistry, Department of Public Health Dentistry sawsan-n25@hotmail.com Dr. Fida Sayah, BDS, DESS Public Health Dentistry, Department of Public Health Dentistry

Dr. Fady Kassir, BDS, DESS Pediatric Dentistry, DESS Public Health Dentistry, Department of Public Health Dentistry

Pr. Mounir Doumit, DCD, DSO, HDR, Expert WHO in Dental Health, Director FDI, CE Middle Orient, 1st vicepresident CIDCDF

Lebanese University, School of Dentistry

Abstract Discoloration of the tooth can erode the sparkle from a smile. There are many factors that contribute to tooth staining. It is important to understand that in some cases staining can be prevented but in others it cannot. There are two types of tooth discoloration: extrinsic which affects teeth from the outside and intrinsic which affects the teeth from the inside. The purpose of this article is to review literature on the etiologies and classification of tooth staining and discoloration. Key words: Etiology, classification, extrinsic discoloration, intrinsic discoloration

Introduction The appearance of the dentition is of concern to a large number of people seeking dental treatment and the color of the teeth is of particular cosmetic importance. Tooth discoloration is usually esthetically displeasing and psychologically traumatizing. An understanding of the etiology and classification of tooth discoloration is important to dentists in order to make the correct diagnosis. The correct diagnosis for the cause of discoloration is important as, invariably; it has a profound effect on treatment outcomes.1, 2, 3

Color perception A basic understanding of the elements of tooth color is important for many aspects of restorative dentistry. Teeth are typically composed of a number of colors and a gradation of color occurs in an individual tooth from the gingival margin to the incisal edge of the tooth.1 Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

The gingival margin often has a darker appearance because of the close approximation of the dentine below the enamel. In most people canine teeth are darker than central and lateral incisors and younger people characteristically have lighter teeth, particularly in the primary dentition.1 The normal color of primary teeth is bluish white whereas color of permanent teeth is grayish white or yellowish white. Color of teeth is determined by translucency and thickness of enamel, color of dentin and pulp. Changes in color of teeth may be physiological/pathological or exogenous/endogenous in nature. With increasing age, enamel becomes thinner because of erosion, and dentin becomes thicker because of deposition of the secondary dentin. Therefore, teeth of elderly persons are usually more yellow or grayish yellow than those of younger persons.4 The viewing conditions are extremely important and variables such as the light source, time of day, surrounding conditions and the angle the tooth is viewed from affect the apparent tooth color.1

Classification The coronal portion of the tooth consists of enamel, dentine and pulp. Any change to these structures is likely to cause an alteration in the outward appearance of the tooth caused by its light transmitting and reflecting properties. The appearance of tooth color is dependent on the quality of the reflected light and is also, as a consequence, dependent on the incident light.1 Intrinsic discoloration occurs following a change to the structural composition or thickness of the dental hard tissues. The normal color of teeth is


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28 Oral Pathology determined by the blue, green and pink tints of the enamel and is reinforced by the yellow through the brown shades of dentine beneath. A number of metabolic diseases and systemic factors are known to affect the developing dentition and cause discoloration as a consequence. Local factors such as injury are also recognized: 1, 5 1. Alkaptonuria. 2. Congenital erythropoietic porphyria. 3. Congenital hyperbilirubinaemia. 4. Amelogenesis imperfect. 5. Dentinogenesis imperfect. 6. Tetracycline staining. 7. Fluorosis. 8. Enamel hypoplasia. 9. Pulpal hemorrhagic products. 10. Root resorption. 11. Ageing.1, 5

Internalized discoloration is the incorporation of extrinsic stain within the tooth substance following dental development. It occurs in enamel defects and in the porous surface of exposed dentine.1, 5

Extrinsic color discoloration is outside the tooth substance and lies on the tooth surface or in the acquired pellicle. The origin of the stain may be metallic or nonmetallic.1, 5

b) Indirect extrinsic tooth staining: Those which lead to staining caused by chemical interaction at the tooth surface.5, 6

Etiology The etiology of tooth discoloration can be classified according to the location of the stains, either as extrinsic or intrinsic.2 Extrinsic discoloration (table 1) Etiology of extrinsic staining can be divided into two categories: a) Direct extrinsic tooth staining: Those compounds which are incorporated into the pellicle and produce a stain as a result of their basic color.

Table 1: Characteristics of dental stains (extrinsic tooth discoloration)

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Factors responsible

Characteristics

Chromogenic bacteria stains

Green hue Black-brown hue Orange hue

Dental plaque / calculus

Yellow / Brown

Tobacco

Black, brown hue

Silver nitrate

Gray-black hue

Stannous fluoride

Black-brown hue

Chlorhexidine

Black-brown hue

Foods and beverages

Brown to black

Iron

Black cervical stain

Copper salt in mouth rinse

Green

Stannous fluoride

Golden brown

Silver nitrate

Gray

Exposure to iron, manganese, silver

Black

Exposure to mercury

Blue green

Copper and nickel

Green

Chromic acid fumes

Deep orange


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Fig 1: Black stains at the gingival margin of teeth due to chromogenic bacteria Fig 2

Fig 2: Orange stains on palatal upper anterior teeth due to chromogenic bacteria

Direct extrinsic tooth staining is adsorbed onto tooth surface deposits such as plaque or the acquired pellicle. The possible etiological agents include dietary components, beverages, tobacco, mouth rinses and other medicaments.1, 4, 5

Tobacco from cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and chewing tobacco causes tenacious dark brown and black stains that cover the cervical one third to midway on the tooth. Chewing of paan results in the production of blood red saliva that results in a red-black stain on the teeth, gingiva and oral mucosal surfaces.2, 7 Chromogenic bacteria have also been suggested as an etiological factor in the production of stains typically at the gingival margin of the tooth.8 Particular colors of staining are said to be associated with certain mouths, for instance, green and orange (fig.1) in children with poor oral hygiene and black/brown stains (fig.2) in children with good oral hygiene and low caries experience.1, 3, 5 Black stain may be clinically diagnosed as pigmented dark lines parallel to the gingival margin8, 9 or as an incomplete coalescence of dark dots rarely extending beyond the cervical third of the crown.10 Iron supplementation during pregnancy and in childhood may also promote Black stain development.6, 11, 12 The most convincing evidence for the extrinsic method of tooth staining comes from the differing amount of stain found in a comparison of smokers and non-smokers.1, 5, 8

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32 Oral Pathology Indirect extrinsic staining of teeth may be associated with occupational exposure to metallic salts and with a number of medicines containing metal salts. The characteristic black staining of teeth in people using iron supplements and iron foundry workers is well documented. Copper causes a green stain in mouth rinses containing copper salts and in workers in contact with the metal in industrial circumstances. A number of other metals have associated colors such as potassium permanganate producing a violet to black color when used in mouth rinses; silver nitrate salt used in dentistry causes a grey color, and stannous fluoride causes a golden brown discoloration.1, 5 The staining effect of prolonged rinsing with chlorhexidine mouth rinses has been documented. A 0.1% chlorhexidine rinse stained slightly more than a 0.2% solution, which produces brown to black discoloration.2, 3, 5 A number of occupation and environmental factors might also be responsible for tooth staining: Industrial exposure to iron, manganese, and silver

may stain the teeth black. Mercury and lead dust can cause a blue-green stain; copper and nickel, green to blue-green stain and chromic acid fumes may cause deep orange stain.2, 5 Intrinsic Discoloration (table 2) These discolorations result from an alteration in the structural composition or thickness of the dental hard tissues. The possible etiology of intrinsic stains includes local and systemic factors.1 Localized injury such as loss of vitality or internal resorption can result in intrinsic staining. Systemic factors can be described as developmental defects such as amelogenesis imperfect and dentinogenesis imperfect, or chronological disturbances including fluorosis, tetracycline and metabolic disorders.7 Besides the pre-eruptive causes for extrinsic discoloration, post-eruption discoloration might occur when the discoloring agent enters the hard tissues either from the pulp or the tooth surface.2

Table 2: Characteristics of dental stains (intrinsic tooth discoloration)

Pre-eruptive

Post-eruptive

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Factors responsible

Characteristics

Alkaptonuria

Brown discoloration

Erythropoietic porphyria

Red or brown discoloration

Hyperbilirubinaemia

Yellow/green to blue

Amelogenesis imperfect

Yellow to yellow-brown

Dentinogenesis imperfect

Bluish or brown

Tetracycline

Yellow or gray to brown

Minocycline

Blue-gray to gray hue

Fluorosis

White flecks, spots or striation

Enamel hypoplasia

White, yellow or brown

Intrapulpal hemorrhage

Reddish tinge

Intrapulpal obturation

Gray-brown discoloration

Root resorption

Pink appearance

Amalgam

Blue-gray

Composite

Yellowish brown

Ageing

Yellowish


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34 Oral Pathology Pre-eruptive causes for intrinsic discoloration Alkaptonuria: This inborn error of metabolism results in incomplete metabolism of tyrosine and phenylalanine. This affects the permanent dentition by causing a brown discoloration.1, 2, 5 Congenital erythropoietic porphyria: This is a rare, recessive, autosomal, metabolic disorder in which there is an error in porphyrin metabolism leading to the accumulation of porphyrins in bone marrow, red blood cells, urine and teeth. A redbrown discoloration of the teeth is the result and the affected teeth show a red fluorescence under ultra-violet light.1, 2, 5, 13 Congenital hyperbilirubinaemia: The breakdown products of haemolysis will cause a yellowgreen discoloration. Mild neonatal jaundice is relatively common, but in rhesus incompatibility massive haemolysis will lead to deposition of bile pigments in the calcifying dental hard tissues, particularly at the neonatal line.1, 2, 5, 14 Amelogenesis imperfect (fig.3): In this hereditary condition, enamel formation is disturbed with regard to mineralization or matrix formation and is classified accordingly. There are 14 different subtypes; the majority is inherited as an autosomal dominant or x-linked trait with varying degrees of expressivity. The appearance varies from the Fig 3

Fig 3: Amelogenesis imperfect (Courtesy of Pr. Bacho) Fig 4

Fig 4: Dentinogenesis imperfect Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

relatively mild hypomature ‘snow-capped’ enamel to the more severe hereditary hypoplasia with thin, hard enamel which has a yellow to yellow-brown appearance.1, 2, 5 Dentinogenesis imperfect (fig.4): The condition is hereditary and there is no treatment.10 Dentinogenesis imperfect has been classified into three types for diagnostic purposes: Type I refers to affected teeth in patients who also have osteogenesis imperfect. Type II refers to affected teeth as an isolated dental trait. Type III refers exclusively to affected teeth of a racial isolate in southern Maryland, and is known as the “Brandywine Isolate”.15 The main condition related to the dentine alone is Dentinogenesis imperfect II (hereditary opalescent dentine). Both dentitions are affected, the primary dentition usually more severely. The teeth are usually bluish or brown in color, and demonstrate opalescence on transillumination. Once the dentine is exposed, teeth rapidly show brown discoloration, presumably by absorption of chromogens into the porous dentine.1, 2, 5 In this condition, the teeth may be outwardly similar to both types I and II of Dentinogenesis imperfect. Radiographically, the teeth may take on the appearance of ‘shell teeth’ as dentine production ceases after the mantle layer has formed.1, 5 Post-eruptive causes for intrinsic discoloration Tetracycline staining: These drugs cross the placenta and can have toxic effects on the developing fetus, and are therefore contraindicated during pregnancy. Toxic effects on the developing fetus include dental discoloration, enamel hypoplasia, and a 40% depression of bone growth. Tetracycline can cause discoloration and enamel hypoplasia of both the primary and permanent dentitions if administered during the period of tooth development. The major factors impacting the amount of tetracycline deposition are dosage, duration of treatment, stage of tooth mineralization, and activity of the mineralization process. The discoloration, which is permanent, varies from yellow or gray to brown depending on the dose or the type of drug received in relation to body weight. After tooth eruption and exposure to light, the fluorescent yellow discoloration gradually changes over a period of months to years to a non


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fluorescent brown color. The labial surfaces of yellow-stained anterior teeth will darken in time while the palatal surfaces and buccal surfaces of posterior teeth will remain yellow.4, 16, 17 The calcification of deciduous teeth begins at approximately the end of the fourth month of gestation and ends at approximately 11-14 months of age. Permanent teeth begin calcifying after birth and are not affected by exposure to the tetracycline during the prenatal period. The calcification of permanent teeth is completed at 7-8 years of age with the exception of the third molar (“wisdom” teeth). Therefore, the administration of tetracycline to pregnant women must be avoided during the 2nd or 3rd trimester of gestation and to children up to 8 years of age because it may result in discoloration and enamel hypoplasia. The association between staining and enamel hypoplasia as a result of high doses of tetracycline during calcification is possible.4, 16, 17 Minocycline staining is characterized by a blue-gray to gray hue darkening of the crowns and black or green darkening of the roots of erupted teeth. Minocycline differs from other tetracycline in that it is well absorbed from the gastro-intestinal tract and chelates with iron to form insoluble complexes, and this may provoke the tooth staining.4, 16, 17 Miscellaneous: Discoloration is almost impossible to eliminate if caused by silver nitrate or strongly colored iodine solutions in the root canal. Root canal sealers containing iodoform or precipitated silver can also cause discoloration when contracting pulp chamber dentin. Silver points extending into the crown and corroding because of leakage will cause staining. Diamine silver fluoride caused tooth discoloration when used for treatment of dentin hypersensitivity.4 Fluorosis: Dental fluorosis is a condition of enamel hypo mineralization because of the effects of excessive fluoride on ameloblasts during enamel formation. The critical period for clinically significant dental fluorosis in human maxillary central incisors is during the age range of 15 to 30 months. The main consequence of dental fluorosis is compromised esthetics. In its mildest forms, enamel fluorosis appears as loss of translucency at the tip of the summit of the cups of the premolars, molars, or incisal border of the anterior teeth, poorly demarcated opacities, faint white flecks, spots, or striations.18, 19 Fig 5

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38 Oral Pathology Enamel hypoplasia: Discoloration (white, yellow, or brown) of enamel and enamel hypoplasia are the most common and milder states of traumatic dental injury. Hypoplasia is characterized by reduced enamel thickness of varying degrees, as well as pits and other irregularities, and although the hardness and transparency of the enamel remain intact, the extent of irregularities varied from tiny spots to large areas, 18 this condition may be localized or generalized. The effect is directly related to the degree of systemic upset. There may be pitting or grooving which predisposes to extrinsic staining of the enamel in the region of tooth disturbed, often then becoming internalized. 5 Pulpal Pathology: Bacterial, mechanical or chemical irritation to the pulp may result in tissue necrosis and the release of disintegration by-products that might penetrate the tubules and discolor the surrounding dentin. Acute trauma to an erupted tooth can cause intrapulpal hemorrhage giving it a reddish tinge. This discoloration can change to gray-brown in a matter of days as the pulp becomes necrotic

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(fig.5). The translucency of the crown gradually decreases, giving rise to yellowish or yellowish brown discoloration.1, 2, 5 Root resorption: Root resorption is often clinically asymptomatic; however, occasionally the initial presenting feature is a pink appearance at the amelocemental junction.1, 2, 5 Dental materials: dental restorations most commonly cause intrinsic discoloration. Amalgam restorations can generate corrosion products, leaving a blue-gray color in the tooth, especially in large cavity preparations with undermined enamel known as amalgam blue. Open margins around composite or glass ionomer restoration may allow chemicals to enter between the restoration and the tooth structure and discolor the underlying dentine.2 Ageing: The natural laying down of secondary dentine affects the light-transmitting properties of teeth resulting in a gradual darkening of teeth with age.1, 5


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References: 1. Burwell A et al. J Clin Dent 2010; 21(Spec Iss): 66–71. 2. LaTorre G, Greenspan DC. J Clin Dent 2010; 21(3): 72-76. 3. West NX et al. J Clin Dent 2011; 22(Spec Iss): 82-89. 4. Earl J et al. J Clin Dent 2011; 22(Spec Iss): 62-67. 5. Efflandt SE et al. J Mater Sci Mater Med 2002; 26(6): 557-565. Prepared December 2011, Z-11-516.


40 Oral Pathology Conclusion Tooth discoloration is a frequent dental findings associated with clinical and esthetic problems. It differs in etiology, appearance, composition, location and severity. Knowledge of the etiology of tooth staining is of importance to dentists in order to enable a correct diagnosis to be made when examining a discolored dentition and allows explaining to the patient the exact nature of the condition.5 It is very important for practitioners that the drugs prescribed to pregnant women and to children be free from any adverse effect on teeth. Moreover, there is a significant need for more effective methods to educate health professionals, parents, and children about the harmful/adverse effects of drugs on teeth.5

References 1. Watt A, Addy M. Tooth discolouration and staining: a review of the literature. Bri Dent J 2001;190(6):309-316. 2. Manuel ST, Abhishek P, Kundabala M. Etiology of tooth discoloration- a review. Nig Dent J 2010;18(2):56-63. 3. Cynthia K, Pierre K, Tatiana Z, Carina M. Extrinsic tooth discoloration, an updated review. Dent Trib 2015:7B-8B. 4. Kumar A, Kumar V, Singh J, Hooda A, Dutta S. Drug-induced discoloration of teeth: an updated review. Clin Paedia 2012;51(2):181185. 5. Sruthy P, Rajesh H, Boloor VA, Rao AS. Extrinsic stains and management: a new insight. J Acad Indus Res 2013;1(8):435-442. 6. Mishra S, Mishra M. B. Tobacco: Its historical, cultural, oral, and periodontal health association. J of Inter So of Prevent & Com Dentist 2013;3(1):12-18. 7. Bussell RM, Deery C. Case report: Blue chromogenic dental staining in child with West syndrome. Eur Arch Paedia Dent 2010;11(6):298-300. 8. Bandon D, Chabane-Lemboub A. Les colorations dentaires noires exogènes chez l’enfant: Black-stains. Archives de pédiatrie 2011;37:182-187. 9. Koch JM, Bove M, Schroff J, Perlea P, Garcia-Goddoy F, Staehle H-J. Black stain and dental caries in schoolchildren in Potenza, Italy. J Dent Child 2001;68:353-5. 10. Heinrich-Weltzien R, Monse B, Van Palenstein Helderman W. Black stain and dental caries in Filipino schoolchildren. Community Dent Oral Epidemiol 2009;37:182-187.

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11. Tomasz Z, Beata K, Joanna AS, Maciej K. Black Stain and Dental Caries: A Review of the Literature. BioMed Res Inter 2015 12. Martin J M G, Garcia M G, Leston J S, Pendas S L, Martin J J D, Garcia-Pola M J. Prevalence of black stain and associated risk factors in preschool Spanish children. Pedi Inter 2013;55(3):355–359. 13. Fayle S A, Pollard M A. Congenital erythropoietic porphyria-oral manifestations and dental treatment in childhood: a case report. Quint Int 1994;25:551–554. 14. Watanabe K, Shibata T, Kurosawa T, Morisaki I, Kinehara M, Igarashi S, Arisue M. Bilirubin pigmentation of human teeth caused by hyperbilirubinaemia. J Oral Path Med 1999;28:128–30. 15. Bidra AS, Uribe F. Successful bleaching of teeth with dentinogenesis imperfecta discoloration: a case report. J Esthet Restor Dent 2011;23(1):3-11. 16. Vennila V, Madhu V, Rajesh R, Ealla KKR, Velidandla SR, Santoshi S. Tetracycline-induced discoloration of deciduous teeth: case series. J Inter Oral Health 2014;6(3):115-119. 17. Sánchez AR, Rogers RS, Sheridan PJ. Tetracycline and other tetracycline-derivative staining of the teeth and oral cavity. Inter J Dermatol 2004;43:709-715. 18. Muñoz MA, Arana-Gordillo LA, Gomes GM, Gomes OM, Bombarda NHC, Reis A, Loguercio AD. Alternative esthetic management of fluorosis and hypoplasia stains: blending effect obtained with resin infiltration techniques. J Esthet Restor Dent 2013;25(1):32-39. 19. Tredwin CJ, Scully C, Bagan-Sebastian JV. Drug-induced ders of the teeth. J Dent Res 2005;84(7):596-602.

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When O.V.D is wrong in complete dentures Dr. Jamila Jaouadi

Introduction

Case one

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Why O.V.D should be correctly determined? • To establish and maintain a harmonious relationship with all oral structures and to provide a masticatory apparatus that is efficient and esthetically acceptable. • To ensure that all the effects of occlusal loading be distributed as evenly as possible to all supporting structures capable of receiving the force. • To best control the undesirable effects of rotational or torquing forces on the prosthesis. • To prevent any deflective contacts of the teeth during centric or eccentric closures as these can produce pathological changes in the supportive structures or in the neuromuscular mechanism that controls mandibular movement.

A 46 year-old man patient; cardiopathic; works as a doctor, consulted us for diseases at the masseter at the right side.

Definitions • Rest Vertical Dimension (RVD) Is the distance measured when the mandible is in the rest position . • Occlusal Vertical Dimension (OVD) Is the distance measured when the occluding rims or teeth are in contact.

At the examination; he presents a complete edentulism at the maxillary; a clII KennedyAppelgathe; and a unilateral mastication.

At the beginning; his first pre-occupation is to have implants, thinking that this will resolve diseases.

We did some modifications on the old upper prostheses to ameliorate stabilization and retention; we also equilibrated occlusion because O.V.D was overestimated. Meanwhile some extractions were performed on some roots of: 35, 36 and 37.

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44 Prosthetic Dentistry We examinated the situation more than one time; since ache has regressed; upper prostheses was redone by taking on the new O.V.D. And eventually; the lower one was remade to keep once again the correct O.V.D. For this case; the treatment lasted one year, to finally let the patient use his new prostheses for implant treatment as a surgical guide.

Case two A 54 year old male nurse consulted our service at the Dental-clinic of Monastir for a habitual prosthetic treatment by complete dentures. He complained of a local pain at the lower left side when palpating by the index finger. Radiographic exam; didn’t show any abnormalities except a well- built-up ridge. It was proved that the patient masticates on his ridges and has never got a prosthetic treatment.

His treatment was clearly to regain O.V.D. by a well-done temporary prosthese by making a roll of occlusion strengthened with metal.

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And this temporary treatment will be used as a reference for the final restoration when disease regresses.


Conclusion Various aspects presented by the dysfunctions of the masticatory system helped search the different factors that come into play in their etiologies. Probably age is one factor but it is not the only. Clinical aspect of the condition in its various aspects is by far the most important. It concerns the majority of the stages of construction and operation of a complete prosthetic rehabilitation. This treatment is proposed for a pain relief and optimized function but does not mean healing.

References 1. Batolloni R, Christensen LC. L’esthétique en prothèse complète. Art & Technique Dentaires 1998;6:311-7. 2. Berteretche MV, Hüe O. Visage, esthétique et symétrie (Première partie). Cah Proth 1996;93:16-24. 3. Burchett PJ, Christensen LC. Estimating age and sex by using color, form and alignment of anterior teeth. J Prosthet Dent 1988;59:175-179 4. Jaudoin P, Coutarel-Fond C, Millet C. Aspects psychologiques de l’édentation totale. Encycl Med Chir (Elsevier, Paris), Stomatologie, Odontologie, 23-325-B08, 1996, 4 p. 5. Lejoyeux J. Prothèse complète. Tome II: diagnostic et traitement (3ème édition). Paris: Maloine, 1976. 6. Morchio S. La prothèse complète: principes esthétiques et fonctions. Art & Technique Dentaires 2002;1:23-9. 7. Rignon-Bret C, Rignon-Bret JM. Prothèse amovible complète, prothèse immédiate, prothèses et implantaire. Paris: CdP, 2002

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COMPONEER™ is an new generation of front teeth restoration. It is a direct “chairside“ veneering technique based on composite and offers a lot of advantages. Componeers are prepolymerized enamel shaded composite shells, which enables an easier procedure in the freehand technique with composites. The prefabricated componeers, that can be individualized leads into better marginal adaptation and have a 100% connection to the restoration composite, are completely homogeneous and free of voids with a thickness of onlay 0.3mm. The anatomical basic form consists of different sizes and colors which makes the work easier. The correction of unlikely teeth, malpositions and less smile presence seems to be more and more important for patient and dentist. Also the cost – benefit relationship is a criteria, natural beauty, minimal invasive procedure, ability of individualization, repair possibility and technical and dental feasibility. All these basic considerations were inducing the development of COMPONEER™, because it fulfills all criteria. Following different therapy concepts are compared with the COMPONEER™-system and limiting factors were discussed. When we re-create front teeth esthetic, different techniques are available: orthodontic treatment, indirect labmade crowns and veneers, direct CAD/ CAM technique (Cerec), direct prefabricated and individualized ceramic veneers (Lumineer, Cerinate etc.), freehand technique with composite, and newly direct composite veneers, especially COMPONEER™. The enumerating was consciously chosen, because it is representing the change of dental techniques over the time and also the requirements of modern patients. Of course in case of malpositioned teeth sometimes orthodontics is the only and the most minimally invasive treat-

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ment and sometimes are here limits and limitations reached (Fig 1). Missing or deformed teeth makes the treatment more difficult and leads into a reconstructive treatment with higher costs. Fig 1

The readiness for adults for orthodontics becomes smaller and in need for esthetics, mostly crown and veneer technology are used. Tooth substance loss using porcelain veneers is less, but when the teeth are malpositioned, the treatment is not possible. All indirect techniques are time consuming, material intensive, painful and combined with high costs. To reduce several factors chairside veneering was introduced with ceramic (Cerec). Lab costs were reduced but in the same time also the indications. Esthetic becomes more and more important and different direct Ceramic systems were introduced, but in difficult cases not feasible. Esthetic was for decades the domain of prosthodontics, where innumerably teeth were heavily prepared. New techniques, materials and the knowledge about adhesion forces, made us think differently. With suitable concepts it is possible today to offer durable esthetic solutions, saving tooth substance and money. New composite materials allow with the direct restoration technique to make a direct blending without too much preparation.


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The liming factor is the homogeneity of the most composite materials which leads often in surface porosity or discoloration. A perfect adhesion at the margins is also required. In the case of ceramics, we have limitations because of the “sandwich“ technique and adhesion to Ceramic is about 30% less than on enamel or composite. Aging of the marginal integrity can sometimes start earlier (Fig 2). Direct ceramic veneers can not be individualized or finished at the margins. If the surface is finished through the material, discoloration will start here first (Fig 3). But also direct composites has some shortcomings as porosities are finding a way when shaping and texturing the anatomical form. It makes sense to use prefabricated composite veneers and seating it with the same material. But they must be completely homogeneous so that they can be finished and individualized, a surface glaze will be counterproductive (Fig 4). Especially in difficult cases with malpositioned teeth it is important to be able to form the surface with rotating instruments. COMPONEER™ is a new concept, with brings the direct veneering technique with composite to a pole position. The concept of “direct Veneering“ is less invasive and with the help of new materials and techniques it can expand the range of indications and takes a new position in esthetic dentistry considering economics and quality.

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52 Prosthetic Dentistry Do we have to remove older restorations? We can use the componeer as a mold or matrice and it will be placed directly with dentine mass. This technique can also be used for tooth lengthening or closing diastema. Correcting toothform- and position the base of the teeth can be preformed with dentine composite to reach a normal tooth profile. COMPONEER™ has a shallow anatomical surface texture that allows to accentuate the surface individually or to adapt the form to the face and papilla line. A few example shall show how COMPONEER™ behaves, compared to other systems. For an optimized result, a previous diagnostic with composite without tooth-conditioning is recommended (Fig 7 & 8). COMPONEER™ can be a helpful tool if patients can not be definitively restored such like the 10 years old girl with amelogenesis imperfecta, where the treatment has to be fast and efficient without any trauma (Pic.09 &10).

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56 Restorative Dentistry The following case shows different problems; 14 is too palatal, 13 too buccal, 12 in crossbite, 22 is missing with a small gap to 23, 24 is missing with a small gap to 25 (Fig 15). The tooth #12 was only cut incisally back to solve the crossbite, between 21 and 23 with the help of a fiberband a composite – pontic was preformed and optically slightly overlayed on 23 to maintain the proportion of the teeth; following, the tooth anatomy was completed with COMPONEER™ (Pic.16). In the last case, the patient refused an orthodontic treatment (Pic.17). Using an indirect technique in this case would lead into heavy preparation and devitalisation of teeth. (Pic.18). For the direct restoration with COMPONEER™ only a minimalinvasive preparation was needed (Pic.19). The base of the toothbow was equalized with composite and componeer were placed on the top. Because componeers are completely homogeneous the shape of tooth curvature could be adapted. (Pic.20). The Componeer system has a target to optimize restorative dentistry in that way that patient and dentist can benefit in the same way and emphasizes new possibilities in esthetic dentistry with direct restorations. The main advantage contains the minimal invasive procedure, new indication possibilities and the high potential of individualisation. Less damage potential for more attractivity.

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L¹AMFL œuvre depuis plus de 25 ans à renforcer les liens entre les Libanais et les Français et à les développer d¹une façon continue et sans relâche grâce à l’élan d¹une communauté de plus de 5000 médecins, dentistes, pharmaciens et kinésithérapeutes en France. Les liens qui tissent la communauté Franco-Libanaise soutenue par les amis Français à nos amis Libanais sont indéfectibles. Notre congrès 2015 était bien élargi et comportait 16 sessions médicales dont une dentaire. Quatre présentations sur des sujets différents ont été abordé avec quatre conférenciers internationaux connus par leurs talents scientifiques : Dr. Michel Pompignoli, Pr. Antoine Berberi, Dr. Michel Jabbour et Dr. Gaby Haddad, avec comme invité d’honneur Dr. Michel POMPIGNOLI, et avec la présence des présidents des deux associations dentaire libanaises et les doyens des Universités Saint Joseph et Libanaise. Cette séance est organisée par Dr. Randa GHANTOUS et Dr. Hadi ANTOUN.

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‫‪Picture from the opening ceremony‬‬ ‫للعــام الثالــث علــى التوالــي‪ ،‬أقــف أمامكــم علــى هــذا المنبــر الكريــم‪ ،‬ألتكلّــم عــن المؤتمــر العلمــي‪ ،‬باإلضافــة الــى‬ ‫شــؤون وشــجون النقابــة‪ .‬لكــن هــذا العــام‪ ،‬ترتــدي المناســبة طابعـاً مميـزا ً وخاصـاً‪ .‬فمــن جهــة نحتفــل باليوبيــل الفضي‬ ‫للقــاءات بيــروت العلميــة‪ ،‬ومــن جهــة أخــرى أســتع ّد لتســليم األمانــة الغاليــة علــى قلبــي وضميــري‪.‬‬ ‫ـب تم ّيــز بعطائــه‬ ‫ســأبدأ بالمؤتمــر الــذي نحتفــل اليــوم بالذكــرى الخامســة والعشــرين علــى انطالقتــه فــي عهــد نقيـ ٍ‬ ‫العلمــي واإلنســاني وانفتاحــه علــى الجميــع‪ ،‬فأضحــى صرح ـاً نعتــز بــه ونفتخــر‪ ،‬البروفســور حبيــب الشــمالي‪.‬‬ ‫يعتبــر المؤتمــر واحــدا ً مــن أبــرز انجــازات النقابــة والــذي تكــرس وتطــور مــع النقبــاء الســابقين الذيــن عملــوا علــى‬ ‫تكريســه قيمـ ًة علميــة تتيــح لنــا جميعـاً اإلطّــاع علــى آخــر المســتجدات العلميــة واألبحــاث ومناســبة للّقــاء وتبــادل‬ ‫الخبـرات‪ .‬وحيــث ان للنقابــة دورا ً رئيســياً فــي رفــع شــأن المهنــة وتعزيــز مســتواها العلمــي فــي عالــمٍ يشــهد تســارعاً‬ ‫هائـاً فــي التطـ ّور العلمــي والتكنولوجــي‪ .‬وهــا نحــن اليــوم نقــف بفخ ـ ٍر واعت ـزاز مــع محاضريــن أتــوا مــن مختلــف‬ ‫أنحــاء العالــم ليشــاركونا خبراتهــم ونتائــج أبحاثهــم‪ ،‬فتســتحق لقــاءات بيــروت العلميــة وعــن جــدارة تســميتها الدوليــة‪.‬‬ ‫نقابـ ٌة تغتنــي باالختالفــات وتنـ ّوع اآلراء‪ ،‬وبوعــي األط ّبــاء ألهميــة المشــاركة فــي الحفــاظ عليهــا وتعزيــز دورهــا‪ ،‬فهــي‬ ‫ان وجــدت‪ ،‬فللدفــاع عــن مصالحهــم وتعزيــز مســتوى المهنــة‪ ،‬لصــون كرامــة الطبيــب وحقوقــه‪ .‬بعيــدا ً عــن الصراعــات‬ ‫والمناكفــات وزواريــب السياســة الضيّقــة والموحلــة احيانـاً‪ ،‬والتــي تــؤدّي الــى غيــر المرتجــى‪.‬‬ ‫وأمانـ ٌة أخــرى حملتهــا بــكل فــرح واعتـزاز‪ :‬هــي إتحــاد أطبّــاء األســنان العــرب‪ .‬عملنــا علــى تعزيــز عملــه وتفعيــل دوره‬ ‫مــن خــال اجتماعـ ٍ‬ ‫ـات دوريّــة‪ ،‬وتحويلــه الــى مؤسسـ ٍة تقــوم بدورهــا فــي تكامــل العمــل بيــن أط ّبــاء األســنان العــرب‪.‬‬ ‫ـت دقيــقٍ مــن تاريخنــا‪ ،‬حيــث نحتــاج‪ ،‬وأكثــر مــن أي وقـ ٍ‬ ‫ومـ ّد المزيــد مــن الجســور‪ ،‬فــي وقـ ٍ‬ ‫ـت مضــى‪ ،‬المزيــد مــن‬ ‫تعزيــز التعــاون واالنفتــاح والمشــاركة‪.‬‬ ‫وأخيـرا ً‪ ،‬يبقــى مســك الختــام‪ ،‬وهــو حضوركــم الجميــل و مشــاركتكم القيّمــة‪ .‬وأرجــو ان نكــون قــد وفّقنــا فــي تأميــن‬ ‫راحتكــم‪ ،‬ومؤتمـرا ً علــى قــدر طموحاتكــم وتوقعاتكــم‪ .‬وشــكرا ً‪.‬‬

‫الدكتور إيلي عازار معلوف‪،‬‬ ‫أمين عام اتحاد أط ّباء األسنان العرب‬ ‫نقيب أطباء األسنان في لبنان ‪ -‬بيروت‬

‫‪Pr. Maalouf Handing the Trophy to‬‬ ‫‪the FDI President, Dr. Patrick Hescot‬‬

‫‪Pr. Elie Azar Maalouf‬‬ ‫‪President of the LDA‬‬

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Representatives of the Societies from Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Morocco and Lebanon

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Representatives of the Palestinian, Sudanese, Egyptian, Emirati, Yemeni and Moroccan societies at the Dental News Wall of Fame

Pr. and Mrs. Taner Yucel president of the Turkish Dental Association and Pr. and Mrs. Tarek Abbas President of the Egyptian Dental Association

left to right Mrs. Dib, Dr. Aisha Dr. Bahia Chamseddine

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left to right Drs. ; Najib Khalaf, Rola Dib Sonia Ghoul Mazgar, Tony Dib

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Mrs. Hanadi Kassab, Drs.; Rahil Doueihy, Ehab Heikal, Hala Abboud, Josiane Dib

Dr. Yahfoufi and Pr. & Mrs. Mombelli

Left to right; Drs. ; Zahra Ayoub, Tony Fawaz, Tony Dib, Walid Khattar

left to right

Drs. Koll, Darwish, Dib, Bulushi

Members of the scientific committee of the LDA Drs. maysa Aboulhesn, Cynthia Abillama, Sami Mouakdieh, Nicole Geha, Tony Dib


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KAU 2015

4th INT’L CONFERENCE OF KING ABDULAZIZ UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF DENTISTRY

October 26 - 29, 2015 Jeddah Hilton Hotel - KSA

More Pictures Available On www.facebook.com/dentalnews1

Members of the Organizing Committees His Royal Highness Prince Mashal Bin Majid Bin Abdul-Aziz, Governor of Jeddah Prof. Abdul-Rahman Bin Obaid Al-Youbi, Acting President of King Abdul Aziz University With cordial and sincere greeting, we would like to welcome you from the city of Jeddah, bride of Red Sea, the cradle of the mother of universities. On behalf of myself and my colleagues enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry in King Abdul Aziz University, we would like to greet you all.

Dean Abdulghani Mira

The planning for this conference and call for sponsors to cover its expenses started immediately after the third conference, the faculty of dentistry worked with all its power for the last couple of years to produce such international conference that can benefit all those who work in the field of dentistry. All members of organizing committees worked together with the leadership of my brother and friend Prof. Ali Thafeed Alghamdi, the vice dean for postgraduate studies and scientific research and the vice president of the conference to select 15 elite international speakers from inside and outside the Kingdom. The conference scientific committee accepted more than 120 scientific papers that discuss the latest development in dentistry and will be presented in digital screens. The conference also hosts 6 workshops and courses for many international distinguished speakers. About 30 companies participate in the conference international exhibition representing more than 150 international agencies. The conference with the workshops has earned 54 CME from the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. The conference also adopted new technologies with electronic registration and state of the art presentation equipments and was able to recruit about 2000 participants. Moreover, we are expecting significantly large number participants during onsite registration.

Since its inception, Faculty of Dentistry always seeks after excellence until it becomes a highly prestigious establishment of which each and every affiliate is proud. It established many units and academic programs. Further, the Faculty of Dentistry proceeded to develop the academic scheme of the Program of Bachelor Degree in Oral and Dental Surgery in a manner that would be in line with the most recent and modern developments in education and learning. As a matter of fact, Faculty of Dentistry has been the first educational establishment to be academically recognized by the European Organization of DENT ED. It signed several agreements, such as the research agreement signed with the Forsyth Institute that affiliated to Harvard University, and the agreement signed with Tufts University for cooperation in several and various domains. Dean Abdulghani Mira Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015


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Prince Mashal Bin Majid Distributing Trophies To:

Dr. Khalid Merdad

Dr. Allen Ali Nasseh

Dr. Saj Jivraj

Dr. Maurice Salama

Dr. Henry Salama

Dr. Ali Ghamdi

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Drs: Murshid, Dib, Abu Mustafa, Alotaibi, Dean Mira, H. Salama, M. Salama, Ghamdi and Merdad

KAU 2015 Opening Ceremony

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in the middle Dean Thakib Alshaalan - KSU receiving the trophy from the president of KAU

left to right;

Drs. Henry Salama, Ali Ghamdi, Maurice Salama


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PAEC 2015 74

4th PAN ARAB ENDODONTIC CONFERENCE

October 29 - 31, 2015 Diar Lemdina Hotel, Yasmine Hammamet - TUNISIA

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Dr. Hedia Jaouadi Dr. Hussein El Howaizie

left to right:

Drs. Rizk, El Nazhan, Jaouadi, El Khatib, Durda, Abu Tahun, Sweih

Dr. Hedia Jaouadi, Dr. Jamal Sweih, and Dr. Abdulla Durda

left to right:

Dr. Hedia Jaouadi, Dr. Edward Rizk, and Dr. Walid Nehme

Drs. Durda, Nehme, Balto, Abu Tahun, Sweih, Jaouadi

The Arab Endodontic Society (AES) and the Tunisian Society of Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics (STORE) organized the fourth Pan Arab Endodontic Conference in Hammamet, Tunisia between 29th and 31st of November, 2015 under the theme “Tooth: The best implant�. The AES holds an international conference every two years. This has started since the first meeting in Amman (2009). This conference is the fourth, bringing together over 500 participants from the Middle East, Africa, Europe and North America. It took place in Diar Lemdina Hotel, Yasmine Hammamet, Tunisia. The main topics include basic/clinical research into cleaning and shaping instruments, obturation materials, microsurgery, dental CBCT, laser treatment, electronics for endodontic products in the Arab countries.

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EDA 2015

17th INTERNATIONAL DENTAL CONFERENCE OF THE EGYPTIAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION

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November 11 - 13, 2015 Cairo City Stars Intercontinental Hotel - EGYPT

More Pictures Available On www.facebook.com/dentalnews1

Dear Colleagues, On behalf of myself and of all EDA board members, I extend a very welcoming hand to all our colleagues, our participants and our visitors. We are all very proud and happy to have you with us here in Cairo. Our last meeting was a very successful one, both scientifically and socially, and we promise you at least an equally successful, or an even more enterprising meeting. The quality of the scientific papers to be presented in this conference is extremely high, and we promise you that the social program accompanying and following the congress will appeal to you all. The EDA board and members are very happy to have you all with us, and we wish you a very pleasant stay and hope to see you all in Cairo in next EDA meetings. Pr. Salah H. Sherif, President of the Congress Dean, Faculty of Dentistry, MSA

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The Kuwaiti delegation Professor Tarek Abbas, President of the EDA

The Egyptian Dental Association Board Members ; Professors: Maguid Amin, Ibrahim Shindy, Reda Abdelrahman, Ashraf Sherif, Ahmed Shehab, Hesham Katamish, Salah Hamed

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The Lebanese delegation with Professor Tarek Abbas, President of the EDA

Prof. Ahmed Farid Shehab, Prof. Hesham Katamish, Prof. Salah Hamed

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RAZMIG TATOULIAN, cdt Manager, North-American Digital Support, Zahn Dental

With more than 15 years experience in the dental laboratory industry, Razmig Tatoulian, CDT specializes in supporting CAD/CAM technology and equipment. Raz has dedicated years accumulating knowledge and experience toward understanding today’s software and technology and has experience training, lecturing, and supporting dental laboratories across the country.

What are some of the factors you see lab owners overlook when purchasing different types of hi-tech equipment? The main factor would be continuously overlooking having a solid silent partner beside them for proper decision making. By overlooking a partner like Zahn and focusing on the less expensive offer, they unwillingly compromise the added value that the Zahn brand brings. Added value can be defined as support after sale, quality materials, and competent individuals and consultants to collectively guide them through the path of success.

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‫كلية طب األسنان‬

College of Dentistry

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PROF. SEBASTIAN CIANCIO

PROF. TOTA SHIMIZU

PROF. PAUL SHARPE

PROF. GIANLUCA GAMBARINI

DR. FALEH TAMIMI MARINO

DR. JAN WILLEM HOEKSTRA

DR. BART VAN OIRSCHOT

DR. MARCO MAGTIGNONI

DR. MITSUHIRO TSUKIBOSHI

Director for Stem Cells and Regenerative Therapies, Dept. of Bioscience Research, College of Dentistry, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, U.S.A.

Professor and Chairman Department of Periodontology and Director, Center for Dental Studies State University of New York (SUNY) at Buffalo, in Buffalo, New York. U.S.A.

Clinical Instructor, UCLA School of Dentistry, Visiting Professor at Nihon University, Matsudo School of Dentistry Maintains a Private Practice Limited to Endodontics in Glendale, California, U.S.A.

Craniofacial Development & Stem Cell Biology, Dental Institute Kings College London U.K.

Vice Dean of Dental Hygienist School, University of Rome, Full time Professor of Endodontics University of Rome, La Sapienza, Dental School & Head, Endodontic Dept. Italy

Assistant Professor Faculty of Dentistry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec Canada

Clinician, Center for Special Dental Care and Center for Complex Dental Care, Clinical Teacher for Dentistry Students, Dept. of Prosthetics & Assistant Professor (Asst. Prof.) Dept. of Biomaterials. The Netherlands Leads a Private Clinic, Practice Mainly at Endodontics, and Prosthodontics Rome, Italy

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DFCIC 2015 7th DENTAL-FACIAL COSMETIC INT’L CONFERENCE

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November 11 - 15, 2015 Jumeirah Beach Hotel - Dubai, UAE

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Photo of the Delegates in front of the Jumeirah Beach Hotel The International College of Dentists, Middle East Section organized its 25th Annual Meeting on November 14, 2015, at the Jumeira Beach Hotel Convention Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Section Meeting comprises many activities: 1- Scientific Meeting 2- Induction Ceremony, where new Fellows are invited to the College. 3- Gala Dinner. The scientific half-day meeting was held under the title: “Achieving Optimum Esthetics”

the new fellows are: Dina Debaybo, Samar Al Hayek, Arjumand Kabli, Mohamad Koleilat, Nabeel AlSabeeha, and Juma El Khabuli.

The ICD’s motto is: “Recognizing Service and the Opportunity to Serve” .

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The speakers were Drs. Munir Silwadi, Ninette Banday, Nadim Aboujaoude, Richard Simonsen, Nasser Al Hamlan and Georges Tawil. The Scientific event was followed by the Induction Ceremony where 5 new fellows were initiated into the Middle East Section. The closing of the day was with a dinner in the gardens of the Jumeira Beach Hotel. The Annual Meeting event was kindly hosted by CAPP and sponsored by Sirona. The International College of Dentists (ICD) is a leading honorary nonprofit dental organization dedicated to the recognition of outstanding professional achievement, meritorious service, and the continued progress of the profession of dentistry for the benefit of all humankind.


Prof. Paul Tipton from the UK talking about the Role of the Vertical Dimension in Esthetics

Dr. Eduardo Mahn conducting a workshop on non prep veneers

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Dr. Julian Gutierrez talking about the latest materials in CAD-CAM

DDental r. TC Phua from Singapore News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015 talking about Colors in Dentistry

Dr. Stuart Orton Jones exposing ridge height augmentation

Dr. Shahide Choonara talking about Invisible Aligners


Dr. Asim Alansari talking about Evidence based Dentistry

Dr. Roderick Stewart lecturing on CEREC & Implants

Dr. Samar Mashabi about prevention of childhood caries

Dr. Cheryl Pearson about Full arch implant strategy

Pr. James Lozada talking about implant and EBD

Dr. Mario Besek talking about direct veneering systems


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LSOS 2015 10th ANNIVERSARY & 6th INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF THE LEBANESE SOCIETY OF ORAL SURGERY

November 20 - 21, 2015 Le Royal Hotel, Dbayeh - LEBANON

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Lebanese Society of Oral Surgery Board; left to right: Ronald Younes, Antoine Berberi, Elie Maalouf, Ziad Noujeim, Elie A Maalouf, Nada Naaman, Essam Osman, Fouad Ayoub, Antoine Khoury, Fawzi Riachi, Ghassan Yared, Wasfi Kanj, Tony Zeinoun I have the pleasure to share with you our tenth anniversary of the LSOS and to introduce the scientific program “New Concepts in Oral Surgery and Implantology” that we have prepared for the 6th International Scientific convention. When professionals find the time, in the middle of their daily activities and attend a Congress they have, at least, three expectations: • From a human standpoint point: they hope to meet colleagues and friends to exchange and share ideas. • From a scientific standpoint of view: they hope the congress extends their knowledge and contributes to improve their clinical practice. • Finally, they would like to carry out all the above in a pleasant environment.

Pr. Antoine Berberi President of the LSOS

I am fully convinced that our Convention at Le Royal Hotel will achieve these goals. When the council of the Lebanese Dental Association, in 2004, asked me and some of my colleagues to establish the Lebanese Society of Oral Surgery, we accepted the challenge and within one year we succeeded and today we are celebrating our tenth anniversary. During the last ten years we achieved a lot of successful scientific events as already showed you in the video. So on behalf of all the board members and myself, I would like to thank the present and former presidents and council members of the Lebanese Dental Association and of course all of you for your support during the last ten years. Dear Guests, Professors Elie Ferneini, Tara Renton, Tony Daher, Arzu Demircioglu, Frank-Michael Maier, Rana Al-Falaki, Mustafa Dawud, and Reem Hanna. We are honored to have you among us and thank you for being in Beirut, sharing our VITH meeting with the Lebanese Dental Community. Dear Participants, we hope it will be a great opportunity for you to listen, share experiences, and have a pleasant time with us.

Dr. News, ZiadVolume Noujeim Dental XXII, Number IV, 2015 Scientific Chairperson

Pr. Antoine Berberi President of the LSOS


Dr. Frank-Michael Maier Lecturing on the Implant Abutment Connection

Dr. Arzu Naipoglu Lecturing on Esthetics with Immediate Loading

Dr. Tony Daher receiving his certificate from Pr. Antoine Khoury

Dr. Elie Ferneini Lecturing on Pre-Implant Reconstruction


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7th ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF THE LEBANESE SOCIETY OF PROSTHODONTICS

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December 4 - 5, 2015 Monroe Hotel, Beirut - LEBANON

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Left to right: Ms. Diana Ahmadieh, Dr. Nizar Kadi, Pr. Carina Mehanna, Pr. Carlos Khairallah, Dr. Andre Assaf, Mr. Ehab Oweini, Dr. Pierre Khoury Dear Colleagues and Friends, I am happy to welcome you all, today, for the 7th annual scientific meeting of the LSProstho. Why the topic of “All-Ceramics Technology in 2015: State of the Art”? It is because of its crucial position in our practice, from both the clinical and laboratory perspectives. It can start from a single simple crown on a natural vital tooth to full mouth rehabilitations on devitalized teeth or on implants for a bruxing patient, with all that it confers to these constructions in terms of benefits and risks. Working with ceramics calls for mastering the choice of material adequate for each specific case, besides the art of occlusal adjustment and high-tech lab work, both conventional and computerized.

Dr. André Assaf, President of the Lebanese Society of Prosthodontics

Setting the learning outcomes of the course this high also means we have to find the right person to cover it. We were lucky enough to be able to convince Professor Nasser Barghi to fly to Beirut from Texas for this purpose. My good friend Nasser was determined to make it possible for us to share his long experience in this field. And what a remarkable experience: not only has he worked on the development of clinical concepts, but also the development of research protocols for new ceramic materials and adhesives. The Lebanese Society of Prosthodontics is celebrating its 7th anniversary. With the years, we have acquired some valuable experience that we would like to share with you. We had made two proposals within the last 12 months concerning the Continuous Education system for specialists. The first proposal concerns CE credit points. We ask that the requirements be increased for the Specialists, and that credit points be divided into direct and indirect categories: • What we mean by ‘Direct’ are those credits that must be covered by topics directly related to the specialty and amount to a minimum of 75% of the total to be completed each year by the specialist. • The remaining 25% percentage can be taken up by general CE topics. By implementing this system, we can ensure specialists are updating their exclusive practice and it can also boost the CE activities of the Scientific Societies and Universities.

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Dr. Ghassan Masri

Professor Carlos Kharallah, president of the Lebanese Dental Association

Mr. Ehab Oweini, Pr. Fouad Ayoub, Dean of the dental school LU, Dr. Nizar Kadi

from the

Professor Nasser Barghi Unversity of Texas - San Antonio

The other proposal also concerns dentists registered in the LDA as a specialist in one specific domain. We suggest that scientific Society fees be collected by the LDA, on behalf of the scientific societies, at the time of LDA membership renewal. Every specialist will then systematically become a member of a Scientific Society and it will allow the Scientific Societies to concentrate their efforts on their mission. Finally, some acknowledgements First to the team around me who made our work possible, a team whose mandate extends to March 2016 when a new Board will have to be chosen. Here is our eminent board Professors and doctors Jihad Fakhouri, Ghassan Masri, Pierre Khoury, Joseph Makzoume, Ahmad Mekawi, and Nicolas Naffah,

Vice-President General Secretary Event Organizer and Marketing Treasurer Chairperson Scientific Committee Digital Organizer

Professor Nasser Barghi Lecturing on All Ceramics, State of the Art


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Assistina 3x3 – a class of its own Technological progress from 1890 to today As the first European manufacturer of mechanically operated straight and contra-angle handpieces, W&H started setting trends in the first few years of its 125-year history. A universal handpiece with an adjustable head angle offering flexibility and optimum access to the treatment site for the first time marked the beginning of a string of successes in product development. It was followed by numerous patented systems, the result of intensive research and development activity. With the development of the Assistina cleaning and care unit, W&H became the first manufacturer to offer an innovative solution for mechanical instrument reprocessing in 1992. It gained widespread attention for being so simple to use and cost-effective. Whereas other manufacturers only offered maintenance using a grease gun or oil can, the new W&H product was the first to allow fully automated oil dosing and complete cleaning of spray channels. The consistent employment of state-of-the-art technology and close cooperation with end users allowed W&H to set yet another milestone in the field of instrument reprocessing in 2013: The new product generation Assistina 3x3 saw the launch of the first device on the market to offer automatic internal and external cleaning as well as oil service of turbines and straight and contraangle handpieces. Between one and three instruments can be cleaned and serviced per cycle. The short cleaning process lasting around six minutes ensures excellent cleaning results. Following subsequent sterilization in the Lisa autoclave’s rapid cycle, the instruments are available again after a total of just 20 minutes. Cleaned, serviced and sterilized. This allows dental practices to benefit from considerably shorter and validated cleaning processes and provides them with optimum support in the implementation of the most advanced hygiene concepts. website: www.wh.com

New PIEZOSURGERY® white When Mectron introduced PIEZOSURGERY® in 2001, the technology was revolutionary for bone surgery: a device providing precision, safety, perfect ergonomics and the highest quality to surgeons all around the world. The new technology immediately became state-of-the-art for bone surgery devices. Having set this benchmark, we improved the technology in the following years - with a strong focus on ergonomics. This experience, plus the input of surgeons worldwide, has been incorporated into our new PIEZOSURGERY® white, the fifth generation of the original PIEZOSURGERY technique. New PIEZOSURGERY® white is the perfect starting tool into bone surgery, thanks to a perfect balance between cutting performance and safety and the max flexibility with the choice between handpiece with or without light and a selection of more than 80 inserts. The new PIEZOSURGERY® white comes with 100% simple handling for utmost treatment security, materials especially selected for easy cleaning, disinfection and sterilization and cost-effective standard parts for perfect economy. Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015

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Made to perform. The pinnacle of ergonomic engineering. Poor posture is a major contributor to shortened dental careers, with one out of four dentists becoming disabled at some point before retirement. In collaboration with dental teams, A-dec has designed two new products to help combat these statistics, and encourage proper posture and positioning all day long: A-dec 500 stools, and a new lever-style foot control. The new feature-rich A-dec 500 stools provide pressure relief support via a dynamic seat assembly that enables good blood flow to the legs, while setting up the lower lumbar for a proper, healthy torso posture. Both the doctor’s and assistant’s stools feature a dynamic seat designed on a suspension frame, which flexes and conforms to the body’s every move. The middle layer of the seat structure is engineered with four individual performance zones for tailored comfort and support. To further customize the stools, easy-to-access paddles are micro-adjustable for each user and task, allowing practitioners to remain in an ergonomically healthy posture throughout the day. “Overall, I believe these new stools can help minimize the discomfort and pain of a very demanding profession,” says Greg Watson, Senior Product Manager. “Dentists use their stool all day, every day. It needs to perform great.” Nine patents are pending on the unique A-dec 500 stool design. To learn more visit A-dec at AEEDC stand 6C01 website: www.a-dec.com

Bluephase: Two new products for a precise and economic use Ivoclar Vivadent launches the dental radiometer Bluephase Meter II and polymerization light Bluephase Style M8. In order to completely polymerize dental materials, the intensity of the applied polymerization light must be regularly checked. The dental radiometer Bluephase Meter II offers a simple and yet precise solution.

Bluephase Meter II: Universal use With Bluephase Meter II, the light intensity of Bluephase Style can be regularly and reliably checked. In comparison to the gold standard, the Ulbricht sphere, the deviation in measurement is only + 10 per cent. If this radiometer is applied constantly in the daily practice treatments, the long-term success of direct and indirect restorations will be enhanced. Bluephase Style M8: The LED for economical use For the polymerization of some dental material, e.g. fissure sealants, a lower light intensity is required than for the polymerization with composites. As long as these dental materials are completely cured within a wave length range between 430 and 490 nm, a polymerization device of the second LED generation like the Bluephase Style M8 with a light intensity of 800 mW/cm2 can be used. website: www.ivoclarvivadent.com Dental News, Volume XXII, Number IV, 2015


G-Premio BOND Believe in zero compromises At GC, we accepted no compromises when developing our new universal bonding system. Most importantly, we refused to sacrifice bond quality at the expense of versatility. So we are proud to introduce G-Premio BOND, a one-component light-cured universal adhesive that achieves outstanding performance with all etching modes and in all situations. We aspire to create high-performing products that make the dentist’s job easier, so it was essential that G-Premio BOND would be compatible with self-etch, selective etch and total etch techniques, and perform equally well in direct bonding cases, repair situations and hypersensitivity treatment. A unique combination of three functional monomers (4-MET, MDP and MDTP), notably excluding HEMA, ensures excellent stability and bond strength not just to tooth tissue but to all indirect substrates, including composites, precious and non-precious metals, zirconia and alumina for all repair cases. When combined with Ceramic Primer II, G-Premio BOND will create a durable adhesion to any type of glass ceramics. Operator error is almost impossible with G-Premio BOND. We have put great effort into making the procedure easy, with low technique sensitivity. That means for instance that the bond strength is not compromised if the waiting time is cut short, drying guidelines are self-explanatory and light-curing is very efficient thanks to the high photo-initiator content. We have even added a visual control to drying & light-curing, with the liquid displaying a yellowish colour before curing and a perfect invisibility after curing. Ultimately, G-Premio BOND is the universal bonding solution for dentists who believe in zero compromises. website: www.gceurope.com


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2016

EGYPT

MOROCCO

1st EIDEx January 22 - 24

1st African Congress of Dentistry & Implantology January 26 - 30

Egyptian Orthodontic Society February 11 - 13

OMAN

Alexandria International Dental Congress November 1- 4

18th Oman International Dental Meeting March 31, April 1

JORDAN

POLAND

Jordanian Dental Association Meeting April 6

FDI September 7 - 10

SAUDI ARABIA KUWAIT

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4th Kuwait Dental Admin. Conference & Exhibition February 13 - 15

LEBANON Saint Joseph University Dental Meeting February 3 - 5 26th Beirut International Dental Meeting September 21 - 24

27th Saudi Dental Society International Dental Conference January 5 - 8

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 20th AEEDC February 2 - 4 11th CAD/CAM & Digital Dentistry International Conference May 4 - 8


EDITORIAL

How is Chemistry important in Dentistry?

Dr. Tony Dib

tony.dib@dentalnews.com

Maybe one day chemists will find the secret of good human chemistry, the kind of chemistry that makes us better at delivering patient-focused care

I guess I see chemistry as being a crucial part of dentistry in many ways. Dentists use chemistry almost everyday. They use fluoride rinses to fight against decay, they use antiseptic mouthwashes to combat periodontitis, they use whitening gel that reacts with the enamel on the teeth. Dentists also get the help of bonding agents to adhere restorative materials to dentin and they use zirconia, ceramics, glassionomers and composite materials to achieve the ultimate restoration that mimics tooth performance. It is every where in the world around you! Chemists struggle in search of the perfect restorative material and the ways to bond it to tooth structures. New research is being done on possible ways chemistry can be used to target bad bugs in the mouth without killing the healthy cells. It is a great responsibilit y to undertake the role of developing and selecting valuable materials for dental applications that are biocompatible and extend the lifespan of teeth. Chemistry by helping you to understand the world around you may lead to the ultimate prevention methodology that avoids disease. I hope that the dental team down the road can implement ideal treatments with the contribution of hard-working eminent scientists.

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Company name: 3SHAPE A/S Country of origin: Denmark Website: www.3shape.com 3Shape creates 3D scanning and CAD/CAM software solutions. Awardwinning technology that enables dental and hearing professionals to treat more people, more effectively and with improved care. A privately-owned company, 3Shape has over 500 employees with a productdevelopment force of more than 225 professionals. Offices and service centers located in the Americas, Asia and Europe serve customers in more than 100 countries. Company headquarters are in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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3Shape TRIOS速 3 is a three-in-one digital impression solution featuring an intraoral scanner, integrated intraoral camera and automated shade measurement together in one device.3Shape TRIOS 3 is available in a pen grip design, handle grip and chair mount version.


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3Shape dental lab scanners 3Shape delivers a full range of dental lab scanners. From the industry’s most powerful, D2000 all-in-one scanner with simultaneous two-model scanning, to the entry-level D500. All 3Shape lab scanners are ISO-documented accurate and provide industry-leading speed. Dental System™ brings together 3D scanning, CAD modeling, the widest range of indications, restorative component libraries and 3rd party device integrations, all driven by clear intuitive workflows and seamless digital communications in an easy-to-use software solution for dental professionals.

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Company name: A-dec Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.a-dec.com “A-dec began with a simple idea: make the best better.” -Ken Austin, Founder & Co-owner A-dec. A-dec is the world’s leading manufacturer of dental chairs, delivery systems, and dental lights including the award-winning A-dec LED light. Mission: Provide a quality environment where people work together for the betterment of dentistry worldwide.

Description: A-dec’s long list of milestones includes some of the industry’s most revolutionary dental equipment. It’s no wonder. A-dec co-founders Ken and Joan Austin never strayed from a single-focused purpose: make the best better. Whether it’s advancing ergonomics, elevating infection control or integrating delivery system technologies, the results have added comfort, efficiency, and reliability to the world of dental care since 1964.

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ABDULREHMAN ALGOSAIBI G.T.C. Head Office Algosaibi Building, King Abdulaziz Avenue, P.O. Box 215, Riyadh, 11411 Phone: +966 1 479 3000 dental@aralgosaibico.com

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GULF & WORLD TRADERS L.L.C. P.O. Box 5527, Deira, Dubai Phone: +971 4 282 1717 gwtdental@gwtuae.com

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JORDAN SALBASHIAN TRADING CO. 128 Wadi Saqra Str. Opp. To Social Security Dept., Amman, 11118 Phone: +962 6 4645845 Medical@salbashiangroup.com

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Made to perform.

The pinnacle of ergonomic engineering. In collaboration with dental teams, A-dec has designed the new A-dec 500 stools to encourage proper posture and positioning all day long. The new feature-rich stools provide pressure relief support via a dynamic seat assembly that enables good blood flow to the legs, while setting up the lower lumbar for a proper, healthy torso posture. Both the doctor’s and assistant’s stools feature a dynamic seat designed on a suspension frame, which flexes and conforms to the body’s every move. The middle layer of the seat structure is engineered with four individual performance zones for tailored comfort and support.

Introducing the New A-dec 300. Evolved. The A-dec 300 offers a complete solution with the ability to specifically configure for each practice. The new update builds on the current designs by adding features such as virtual pivot to the chair for enhanced patient comfort, and a third delivery system configuration option that precisely fits the needs of the dental team. Built as a modular unit, dentists begin with the chair, and pick and choose the features they want: from delivery system styles and touchpads, to foot controls, lights and monitors. The result is an individualized solution that fits the needs of the dentist, as well as their budget.

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Company name: BEYOND® International Inc. Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.beyonddent.com Since founding in 2003, BEYOND® has grown rapidly into a global leader in professional tooth whitening systems and related consumables with more than 35,000 chair-side professional teeth whitening systems in place worldwide. Dentists and hygienists in more than 90 countries are giving beautiful, white smiles to their patients while building profits for their practices. BEYOND® products are developed and marketed worldwide by BEYOND® International Inc., a U.S. corporation based in Houston, Texas.

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LEBANON FPM SARL Beirut, Sin el fil, Horsh Tabet, Yelvan Street, Delta Centre, 4th floor Phone: +961 1 495111 info@fpm-me.com

LIBYA ALNABAA COMPANY FOR DENTAL & MEDICAL SUPPLIES Salah Al Deen Rrd, Bab Ben Gshear near Palaces Hospitality Street Phone: +218 217190087 abdo_enj@hotmail.com

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YEMEN DENTAL ADVISOR , DENTAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES 20th Street, Sana’a Phone: +967 1 538408 aydarose555@yahoo.com


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BEYOND® II Whitening Accelerator The BEYOND® II Whitening Accelerator is a reinvented version of our BEYOND® Power Whitening Accelerator System, allowing teeth whitening to be even more simple and affordable. This innovation, containing a high intensity LED light output, will assist in providing superior teeth whitening results in a shorter treatment time. With the BEYOND® II, a high-intensity LED light is used to deliver a tailored beam of light between 480 and 520 nanometers in wavelength needed to activate BEYOND® whitening gels and provide up to 6-8 shade improvements with NO sensitivity. With its chic and modern look, the BEYOND ® II also offers additional features including adjustable light intensity that allows for three different settings (low, medium, high) according to the teeth condition of the patient. Other unique features include a simultaneous option that allows for the effective teeth whitening treatment of two patients at the same time, a digital display control board, and a suitably designed retractor that in conjunction with the LED light, allows for a perfect light focus with every procedure. Additionally, The BEYOND® II also includes a built-in purifier that will provide a cleaner environment within the dental practice.

BEYOND® Polus Advanced Teeth Whitening Accelerator Developed by the makers of the Five Time Winner of the Top Whitening System in the Beyond® Polus® Teeth Whitening Accelerator (The Dental Advisor 2011-2015), the new Beyond® Polus® Advanced is designed to further meet all the needs of today’s dental patients during a professional teeth whitening procedure. The Beyond® Polus® Advanced not only offers all the award winning features of the original Beyond® Polus® but also offers a new Ultrasonic whitening technology that will assure a premium whitening experience. The BEYOND® Polus Advanced uses our innovative LightBridge technology containing our combined, powerful halogen and LED light technologies and the most advanced light filtration system, guaranteeing utmost patient safety and comfort. Also featured are a single-tooth whitening option, light intensity adjustment, state of the art multilingual touch screen, built-in instruction mode, powerful LED curing light, among other highlights, making it the ultimate whitening system for any practice.

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Company name: BIEN-AIR DENTAL SA Country of origin: Switzerland Website: www.bienair.com Founded in 1959 in Bienne, Switzerland Bien-Air evolved from a family-run company to a global organization employing over 350 people. Thanks to its heritage in research, high precision and practical ingenuity, the company develops, designs, and manufactures all of its products locally. They are then distributed via a network of 8 subsidiaries across Europe, North America and Asia, together with competent representatives worldwide. More than 120 technicians provide fast and efficient after sales service.

Bien-Air Dental SA Headquarters, Bienne - Switzerland

MENA DISTRIBUTORS

BAHRAIN

JORDAN

SAUDI ARABIA

GULF MARKETS INTERNATIONAL Alfanar Building, Estiqlal Highway P.O. Box 5854, East Riffa Phone: +973 1 749 0040 shahid@gulfmarketsintl.com M. Shahid Nawaz

JITICO FOR MEDICAL SUPPLIES 233 Wasfi Al Tal St. / Khalda, P.O. Box 7631 Al Dahnoon Business Center Amman 11118 Phone: +962 6 535 3379 Jitico1973@gmail.com

CARE AND PLANNING FOR HOSPITALS CO. LTD Office #4, 2nd floor, 911 Bldg, King Fahd Road / P.O. Box 55306 11534 Riyadh Phone: +966 11 416 9558 r.almassi@care-hdh.com

IRAN

KUWAIT

HOSSEIN SHOJAEE DENTAL SUPPLY CO. 33 North Saba Ave, P.O. Box 15815 Tehran Phone: +98 21 6646 7007 hossein@shojaeedental.com

AL-BADER SCIENTIFIC P.O. Box 24119 13102 Safat Phone: +965 22 461 116 janetd93@hotmail.com

IRAQ

LEBANON

AL-NASEEM SCIENTIFIC BUREAU Al-Mansoor Hay Dragh Block 603, str. n.17, bldg. n.11 Baghdad Phone: +964 1 542 8125 dental@naseem-baghdad.com Dr. Abdul Jabbar Hassan

KITCO Saydeh Center, Sarba Highway P.O. Box 1876, 3rd Floor - Philips Bldg Jounieh Phone: +961 9 640 321 kitco@inco.com.lb

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AL-HAYAT PHARMACEUTICALS Al Wahda Street, P.O. Box 4483 Sharjah Phone: +971 6 559 2481 mueen.abueida@alhayatuae.com


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iOPTIMA Work Smarter iOptima transforms your existing dental unit by seamlessly adding the latest technology. It is fitted with the MX2 LED micromotor --the world’s best brushless sensorless micromotor --and an iPod. The system is driven by the iOptima application, available on the AppleŽ App Store free of charge. This ergonomic, intuitive and progressive interface ensures your iOptima system is incredibly simple to use with its preprogrammed procedures. As the existing parameters can be customized, iOptima gives you the possibility to create your own settings. iOptima, the perfect system for for all your restorative and endodontic procedures.

TORNADO Quietly Powerful Thanks to a series of proprietary technologies, the Tornado delivers an outstanding power output of 30 watts, the best in the industry today. It helps alleviate the number 1 dentist concern, lack of time. Operating at an unparalleled 55-decibel sound level, the Tornado skillfully combines performance with user and patient comfort. In this respect, it is no coincidence that Bien-Air chose the Tornado to premiere such features as a new spray/illumination system and an improved bur-locking mechanism. To guarantee superior durability, the Tornado is fitted with customdesigned ceramic ball bearings capable of handling the highest speed and heaviest loads.

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Company name: BISCO, INC. Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.bisco.com BISCO, a global leader in aesthetic dentistry continues to develop innovative products for contemporary dentistry. At BISCO “Adhesion is our passion” and we dedicate our lives to understanding and improving the bond. We understand the importance of the supporting layer of the restoration. Whether you are working with implants, zirconium, ceramics/lithium disilicate, or porcelain fused to metal we focus on dentistry from the bottom up so your patients can enjoy top down esthetics.

BISCO proudly manufactures its materials in the United States and markets its products through highly trained, focused distributors outside the United States. At BISCO, we understand that product quality, consistency and freshness are of great importance. BISCO Dental Products are available worldwide with award winning brand names such as ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL®, AELITE™, DUO-LINK UNIVERSAL™, eCEMENT®, TheraCal LC® and Z-PRIME™ Plus.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS

EGYPT

KUWAIT

SAUDI ARABIA

ALEX DENT 31 El Rashidi St., Kasr EL Ainy Shaheen Medical Mall Cairo Phone: +202-23634731 heshamelsheikh79@yahoo.com

ALPHA MEDICAL Bneid Al-Qar, Block 6 Str. 63, Bldg. 15, Floor 13 Code 22073 - Salmiya Phone: +965 2 2478611 georgesaba@alphamedicale.com

AL-TURKI MEDICAL GROUP LTD. AMG Building, Al-Buhtari Street, Al Zahra District Riyadh 11412 Phone: +966 1 4766828 m.elsamra@alturki.med.sa

IRAQ

LEBANON

TURKEY

MZK DENTAL PRODUCTS Musatahat Street A’ankawa City Erbil Phone: +1-248-423-4644 info@mzkdental.com

DENTAL MEDICAL SUPPLIES – DMS Sed el Bouchreih, Imad el Hachem Center 2nd floor, Beirut Phone: +961 1 253107 dms@dms-leb.com

PASA DENTAL Millet Cad. Karagul Is Merkezi No.102 - Findikzade Istanbul 34270 Phone: +90 212 531 29 71 hkara@pasadental.com.tr

JORDAN

QATAR

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

BASAMAT MEDICAL SUPPLIES (BASAMAT PHARMADENT) Jabal Al-Hussein, Al-Razi Street, Building No. 125, Amman Phone: +962 6 5605395 zqwaider@basamat.com

ACCROS TRADING COMPANY Building No. 83, Zone 37, St. 232 Ahmed Bin Ali St., C-Ring Road Bin Omran Doha Phone: +974 4 4816511 info@accros.org

D.K.S. CO. No.508, Radisson Hotel Deira Dubai Phone: +971 4 2210151 amir@dks-me.com


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ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL® Light-Cured Dental Adhesive BISCO’s ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL allows you to standardize clinical protocols for effective delivery of adhesion. ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL is a light-cured, single-component dental bonding agent that combines etching, priming, and bonding in a single bottle. It simplifies restorative procedures by adapting to self-, total-, and selective-etch techniques and due to the low film thickness, ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL is easily spread thin allowing for easy cementation to tight-fitting crowns. ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL is compatible with all light-, self-, and dual-cured resin composites and cements for all direct and indirect bonding procedures. Other single-bottle adhesives may need more than 1 bottle for indirect restorations, but with ALL-BOND UNIVERSAL, no additional activator is required providing you a significant cost savings and guaranteed clinical effectiveness!

TheraCal LC® Resin-Modified Calcium Silicate Pulp Protectant/Liner TheraCal LC is dentistry’s first radiopaque, light-curable flowable composite containing “apatite stimulating” calcium silicates to protect and stimulate pulpal and dentin repair.1,2 It is the ideal replacement to calcium hydroxide, glass ionomer-based or, RMGI materials due to its excellent handling, ease of placement, and its ability to promote healing.1 TheraCal LC performs as a barrier and protectant of the dental pulpal complex. With high physical properties3 and low solubility1,4 immediately following light-cure, TheraCal LC is ideally suited for all deep cavity preparations. Ease of placement is facilitated by a 20 second light-cure and ability to be syringed directly onto the preparation and pulp without pre-mixing or the need for any additional activators. The proprietary hydrophilic resin formulation creates a stable and durable liner. Following placement of TheraCal LC the final restorative may be placed immediately, a significant clinical advantage.

1. ADA definitions for direct and indirect pulp capping at http://www.ada.org/en/publications/cdt/ glossary- of-dental-clinical-and-administrative-ter 2. Apatite-forming Ability of TheraCal Pulp-Capping Material, M.G. GANDOLFI, F. SIBONI, P. TADDEI, E. MODENA, and C. PRATI J Dent Res 90 (Spec Iss A):abstract number 2520, 2011 (www.dentalresearch.org) 3. Cantekin K. Bond strength of different restorative materials to light-curable mineral trioxide aggregate. J Clin Pediatr Dent. 2015 Winter;39(2):143-8. 4. Gandolfi MG, Siboni F, Prati C. Chemical–physical properties of TheraCal, a novel light-curable MTA-like material for pulp capping. International Endodontic Journal. 2012 Jun;45(6):571-9. Dental News Yearbook 2016


Company name: COLTÈNE/WHALEDENT AG Country of origin: Switzerland Website: www.coltene.com

WIDE RANGE OF BRANDS YOU TRUST

COLTENE is a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of consumables and small-size equipment for dental treatment applications. The Dental Group offers a wide range of products, encompassing six segments – solutions for almost all dental treatments. The complete endodontology programme includes root canal preparation with files and rinsing solutions, obturation and post systems. The next extensive

range is centred entirely on restorative filling therapy. This particularly includes temporary and permanent filling materials, as well as adhesive systems and polymerisation lamps. Prosthetics represents a further main area. It includes a wide spectrum of condensation and addition cross-linking impression materials. The segments of treatment aids, infection control and rotating instruments round off the programme. COLTENE has time and time again developed pioneering innovations for over 50 years who offer the user first grade dental solutions.

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BAHRAIN

KUWAIT

QATAR

YOUSUF MAHMOOD HUSAIN COMPANY 58, Tijjar Road Phone: +973 17276176 thomas@ymh.com.bh

AL-SAYAFE MEDICAL Jaber Mubarak Street, Sharq 22052 Salmiya Phone: +965 2 2454924 alsayafe@alsayafemedical.com

ALI BIN ALI MEDICAL Al Jelaiat St., No. 37, Bin Omran Doha Phone: +974 4469888 medical@alibinali.com

EGYPT

LEBANON

SAUDI ARABIA

EGYPTIAN IMPORT OFFICE 12 Eleskander Elakbar Str. Elazarita Phone: +20 4860245 eio@eio-medical.com

DROGUERIE TAMER SAL Beirut - Dekwaneh Phone: +961 1 694000 dental@tamerholding.com

IRAN

LIBYA

ASNAN EST. FOR MEDICAL SERVICES Riyadh Phone: +966 2 4621613 asnanest@gmail.com

APADANA TAK NO.45, Ghods Ave, Keshavarz Blvd. Teheran Phone: +98 21 88965650 apadantak@gmail.com

BENGHAZI DENTAL CENTER Elberka Str. No. 1 LY - Benghazi Phone: +218 61 223 3089 bendental@hotmail.com

IRAQ

MOROCCO

HIMAT CO. LTD. Int. Medical Advamced Technologies Al. Jawhara Trading Centre No. 45 Al-Mansour, 14th Ramadan St. 10013 Baghdad Phone: +964 1 5434324 main@himat.net

LE MEDICO DENTAIRE S.A. 22, Rue Ahmed al Maqri, Racine 20050 Casablanca Phone: +212 22364482 medent1@menara.com

JORDAN

BAHWAN HEALTHCARE CENTRE LLC. Muscat Phone: +968 24701557 sandeepkunder@subhailbahwangroup.com

HIMED CO. LTD. Al-Madina Al-Munawara st. Faisaly Trading Bl. No. 295, Amman Phone: +962 65665481 al.hayderi@himedco.com

OMAN

TUNISIA SOCIÉTÉ PROMOSCIENCES Matérial et Produits Dentaires Z.I. Charguia - Rue No 7 2035 TUNIS CARTHAGE Phone: +216 1 782 500 promosiences@planet.tn

UAE CITY PHARMACY CO. Hamdan Street Al Otaiba Bldg., 9th Floor Abu Dhabi Phone: +971 2 6323016 cityphrm@emirates.net.ae

YEMEN AL-AMMARI TRADING Hadda Street, Al-Jama’a Post. Sana’a Phone: +967 1 245 330 Salammary2@yahoo.com


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HyFlex™EDM Up to 700% higher fracture resistance Specially hardened surface Less filing required for treatment success The new HyFlex EDM files constitute the 5th generation root canal files. HyFlex EDM NiTi files have completely new properties due to their innovative manufacturing process using electric discharge machining. Workpieces are machined in the EDM manufacturing process by generating a potential between the workpiece and the tool. The sparks generated in this process cause the surface of the material to melt and evaporate. This creates the unique surface of the new Niti files and makes the HyFlex EDM files stronger and more fracture resistant. This entirely unique combination of flexibility and fracture resistance makes it possible to reduce the number of files required for cleaning and shaping during root canal treatments without having to compromise preservation of the root canal anatomy. Just like HyFlex CM files, HyFlex EDM files have the already familiar controlled memory effect (CM). This results in very similar properties in terms of material flexibility and regeneration.

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Company name: CROSSTEX Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.crosstex.com

MENA DISTRIBUTORS PIRO TRADING INTERNATIONAL 700 E. Main Street Turlock, CA 95380 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Phone: +209 667 7204 Fax: +209 667 8506 pirotrading@pirotrading.com www.pirotrading.com

Crosstex DentaPure® Waterline Treatment Crosstex DentaPure ® cartridges take the guesswork out of providing clean, safe dental water. Used according to labeling, DentaPure will meet all known microbiological water standards and recommendations. Why trouble yourself with complicated protocols? DentaPure eliminates the need to use and mix tablets or chemicals with one simple cartridge install; its iodinated resin-bead technology was developed for space to ensure water consumed in space is free of bacteria, viruses and any other harmful organisms. FDA cleared and EPA registered as antimicrobial, DentaPure meets and exceeds ADA, OSAP and CDC water quality standards (less than 500 CFU/mL).

Crosstex International Inc. (A division of Cantel Medical Corporation (NYSE: CMN) manufactures a wide array of infection prevention and control products for the healthcare industry, the majority manufactured in its FDA-registered New York facility. Founded in 1953 and headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, Crosstex sells innovative products including: dental unit waterline treatment cartridges, face masks, sterilization pouches, chemical and biological monitoring products, patient towels/bibs, surface disinfectants, germicidal wipes, hand sanitizers, gloves, sponges, cotton products, saliva ejectors and evacuator tips. Also, Crosstex is a recognized leader for its line of personal protection equipment (almost one in every three face masks worn in the U.S is a Crosstex mask).

DentaPure cartridges require no daily, weekly or monthly protocols, has no hazardous silver so it can be disposed of in regular trash and won’t leave caustic cleaning chemicals in your waterlines. Watch a quick installation video to see how easily it is to install on dental unit waterline (bottle or municipal) and the best part is that is lasts for 365 days. Visit: www.DentaPure.com


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Secure Fit Mask Secure Fit Technology Face Masks are patent-pending fluid resistant, ear loop, single-use face masks. Incorporating an aluminum strip both above the nose and under the chin, the wearer pinches the strips to create a custom fit for a secure seal at the top, sides and bottom of the mask. Secure Fit Technology Masks are available in all three ASTM performance classifications (Level 1, 2 and 3). Each type has a fluid resistant outer layer; a white inner layer and aluminum nose and chin pieces, as well as, earloops that are ultrasonically welded to the outside of the mask to reduce irritation.

believe surgical mask failures are “ Ilargely or entirely due to their lack of fit.

Lisa M. Brosseau, ScD, CIH Director, Industrial Hygiene Program University of Minnesota, School of Public Health; Division of Environmental and Occupational Health.

AVAILABLE IN ASTM LEVEL 3

ASTM LEVEL 2

ASTM LEVEL 1

3x’s more protection than standard masks* (Data on file)

Aluminum nose and chin pieces (green arrows) reduce gapping (purple arrows)

Rated Top Mask 3 Years in a Row - Dental Advisor

BETTER FIT = REDUCED RISK! Experience Secure Fit® Today For Videos and Samples Visit: Crosstex.com/SecureFit

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Company name: DenMat Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.denmat.com Since 1974, DenMat has been a leader in high-quality dental products for dental professionals in more than 60 countries around the world. DenMat makes and assembles most of its products at its world headquarters on the Central Coast of California. DenMat offers three main product categories: Consumables, Small Equipment, and a full-service Dental Laboratory. DenMat’s consumables include the brands known and trusted: Geristore®, Core Paste®, Tenure®, Ultra-Bond®, Infinity®, Splash®, Precision®, Perfectemp®, and LumiBrite®. DenMat’s small equipment includes a broad suite of products, including NV™, , and SOL™ soft-tissue diode lasers, Rotadent® PeriOptix™ magnification loupes and lights, Flashlite™ curing lights, Velscope® Vx-the world’s top choice for oral lesion screening, and a full line of high-quality hand instruments. DenMat is the home of the world’s #1 patient-requested thin veneer, Lumineers®.

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https://denmat.secure.force.com/denmatmain/Global_Presence

For all inquiries in MiddleEast contact our sales representative PIRO TRADING INTERNATIONAL Pirotrading@pirotrading .com

Now better than ever and backed by Thinnovation®: DenMat’s fresh multi-disciplinary approach to anterior esthetics using the latest generation of Lumineers, all hand-finished by skilled lab artisans in California. DenMat also features Snap-On Smile®, the ultimate provisional appliance. Each of DenMat’s more than 400 employees is focused on assuring that you—our dental customers—love our products and love your customer experience. We’re building one of the world’s great dental companies—one happy dentist at a time!

Perfectemp10 Perfectemp10 is a premium multifunctional acrylic composite temporary crown and bridge material that creates strong, natural looking temporaries at an affordable price. The advanced 10:1 automix, Bisphenol A free formulation features high compressive and flexural strength, greater flexibility without brittleness, minimal oxygen inhibited layer for optimal handling and an accelerated set time of 4:30 minutes. The unique uniform level structure and small filler particle size result in a glossy surface requiring minimal to no polishing to achieve natural tooth luster. Perfectemp10 is available in a 50mL cartridge or 10mL syringe delivery system, and 5 Vita shades– A1, A2, A3.5, B1, BL-2.


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The NEW FireFly™ Cordless Headlight System! Are you ready to lose the cord on your loupes and headlights? Introducing the newest PeriOptixŽ product, the FireFly cordless headlight system. The Firefly is the first cordless headlight system designed to fit any pair of loupes, including the ones you have now! The FireFly offers a lightweight alternative to other bulky, built in headlight designs without compromising brightness or style. Only the FireFly headlight system completely eliminates cumbersome cords to give you ultimate mobility, allowing you to focus on what matters most: your patients.

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Company name: DENTSPLY INTERNATIONAL Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.dentsplymea.com For over a century, DENTSPLY International has been committed to providing the dental community with innovative, high quality, cost-effective dental products. The Company’s aim is to deliver solutions ‘For Better Dentistry’ that benefit practitioners and patients everywhere,

optimising our global resources to lead the industry in innovation, quality and service. A unique feature of the organisation is that these solutions cover the entire life cycle of the tooth, from preventive care to tooth replacement. The Company has grown to become the largest manufacturer of professional dental products in the world. With facilities in more than 40 nations on six continents, the Company distributes its dental products in over 120 countries under some of the most well established brand names in the dental industry.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS ALGERIA

KUWAIT

MOROCCO

MDI DENTAIRE Phone: +213 661200828 contact@mdi-dentaire.com

YIACO MEDICAL CO. W.L.L Phone: +965 223 0600 dental@yiacokuwait.com

LA MEDICO DENTAIRE Phone: +212 522 364482 medent1.medico@gmail.com

BAHRAIN

ALGHANIM HEALTH CARE GEN. TRAD. CO. W.L.L Phone: +965 222 10050 noor.boresly@alghanimhc.com

ACADEMY DENTAL Phone: +212 522 862671 imadelfassi@yahoo.com

GULF PHARMACY & GENERAL Phone: +973 17 239 386 orders@gctbahrain.com

EGYPT PROCARE Phone: +202 226 98 910 +202 226 86 137 info@procareeg.com MIDDLE EAST DENTAL SUPPLIES Phone: +202 24513870 +202 24513874 eid.kabrita@gmail.com MIDDLE EAST INT’L TRADING CO. Phone: +202 224 19054 +202 224 19296 saadeldin@meit.com.eg HIGH TECHNOLOGY COMPANY Phone: +202 226 77210 +202 226 77209 htc_eg@hightechnologyeg.com

IRAQ TAMER LEVANT LTD Phone: +964 7501 440400 levant@tamerholding.com

JORDAN NABIH NABULSI DRUGSTORES Phone: +962 6560 0102 nabulsi@go.com.jo IBN-RUSHD DRUG STORE Phone: +962 6 552 6162 tareq@irds.jo ABU-SHEHAB INT’L EST DENTAL SUPPLIES Phone: +962 6560 6785 Burhan_sami@yahoo.com

LEBANON PHARMACOL SAL Phone: +961 4 525 278 +961 4 524 247 carole.manhal@pharmacol.com.lb TOFF DENTAL-DIV. OF TOFF GROUP Phone: +961 1 814 358 fadi.balhawan@hotmail.com DENTALTECH SARL Phone: +961 5 950 707 +961 5 950 808 info@dentaltechsarl.com

LIBYA ALNABAA COMPANY FOR DENTAL & MEDICAL SUPPLIES Phone: +218 912183116 +218 916627191 g.m@alnabaa.ly / abdo_enj@hotmail.com ALREYADA AL-ARABIA FOR IMPORTATION OF EQUIPMENT & MEDICAL SUPPLIER Phone: +218 619082076 +218 925880267 ellsufi@yahoo.com AL-NAQQA FOR DENTAL & MEDICAL Phone: +218 91 2134843 +218 92 6530337 al_naqqa@yahoo.com

MAURITANIA ESPACE DENTAIRE Phone: +222 42 00 42 42 +222 45 25 12 34 espacedentaire.mr@gmail.com

NS DENTAL Phone: +212 522 951238 youssef-mrini@hotmail.com

OMAN MUSCAT PHARMACY & STORES LLC Phone: +968 2481 4501 mphq@mpmct.com BAHWAN HEALTHCARE Phone: +968 2479 3750, Ext 421 erp@suhailbahwangroup.com SALA MEDICAL COMPLEX LLC Phone: +968 2448 5159 salamedical@yahoo.com

PALESTINE AWARTANI DENTORIENT Phone: +970 2295 6628 awartani_dentorient@yahoo.com

QATAR GERMINMED Phone: +974 442 72148 abdallahsh@germinmed.com.qa MASAR MEDICAL Phone: +974 4436 4371 masar@masarqatar.com.qa

SAUDI ARABIA ABDULREHMAN AL GOSAIBI GTC Phone: +966 11 479 3000 dental@aralgosaibico.com AL RAZI MED.SUPPLIES EST. Phone: +966 12 652 0132 alrazimed@gmail.com


121 WAVEONE® GOLD is the latest generation of reciprocating technology developed by DENTSPLY MAILLEFER in collaboration with four endodontic key opinion leaders (Drs Kuttler, Pertot, Ruddle, Webber). WAVEONE® GOLD, as the successor of WAVEONE®, keeps the same philosophy of simplicity as the first generation that was launched in 2011, with strong additional benefits that enhance the confidence level of dentists. Same WAVEONE® Philosophy: • A single file (Primary) for the majority of canals (~80%) • Same reciprocating motion • Single patient use • A complete solution with dedicated obturation products Strong Additional Benefits: • Covers a wider range of canal morphologies thanks to high flexibility and extended size range: Small, Primary, Medium, and Large • Reinforced safety for the patient thanks to higher cyclic fatigue resistance compared to first generation WAVEONE and reduced screwing effect compared to standard rotary systems • Shorter shaping time compared to the first generation of WAVEONE®

The one Collection

A collection of high performance restorative materials, the ‘one brands’ have been designed for ease of use, while also delivering outstanding clinical results. The collection comprises of: • ceram.x® one UNIVERSAL, a single translucency system designed for lifelike everyday restorations combined with simplified shading. • ceram.x® one DENTIN & ENAMEL is designed for highly aesthetic, natural restorations. It replicates the anatomy of natural teeth by utilising only two translucencies that mimic natural dentin and enamel. • prime&bond® one ETCH & RINSE is a technique tolerant adhesive, providing high bond strength and reliable performance even on over-wet and over-dry dentin. • prime&bond® one SELECT provides high bond strength in all etching techniques and delivers a reliable performance, even on over-dried dentin, resulting in virtually no post-operative sensitivity.

ASNAN EST. Phone: +966 11 491 6327 asnan@asnan.net.sa BASHIR SHAKIB ALJABRI & CO LTD Phone: +966 12 670 0430 bashirco@bashirco.com.sa HAWARES EST. Phone: +966 11 445 8254 asnan@asnan.net

SENEGAL

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

HORIZONS DENTAIRES Phone: +221 821 0577 nabilgazal@arc.sn

AL-HAYAT PHARMACEUTICALS Phone: +971 655 92481 service@alhayatuae.com

DELTA MEDICAL Phone: +221 822 3037 delta@deltamedical.sn

GULF MEDICAL COMMERCIAL AGENCY Phone: +971 653 31169 gmca@emirates.net.ae

TUNISIA

PRIME MEDICAL SUPPLIES EST Phone: +971 2666 6037 sijy@primemedicalsupplied.ae

CIGALAH TRADING EST. Phone: + 966 12 614 8281 ssherif@cigalah.com.sa

NEW MED Phone: +216 98332670 hatem.newmed@hotmail.fr

MEDICAL VISION EST. Phone: +966 11 405 7275 medical_vision@alsanie.com.sa

CHEDENT Phone: +216 718 07270 chedent-app@planet.tn

SAUDI IMPORT COMPANY (BANAJA) Phone: +966 11 464 5725 bmc@banaja.com

DEX Phone: +216 733 47939 dex@planet.tn

YEMEN AL ASBAHI TRADING Phone: +967 121 3214/404277 asbdentrd@yemen.net.ye

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Company name: DÜRR DENTAL AG Country of origin: Germany Website: www.duerr.de DÜRR DENTAL represents progress and innovation in dental medicine. The headquarters of the independent family business are in Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany. The business group with a turnover of more than 200 Mio. Euro, employs more than 1,000 people worldwide. Many standards in dental medicine originated from Dürr Dental developments such as oil-free dental compressed air or hygienic spray-mist suction. Dürr Dental compressed air and suction systems have made the company one of the global market leaders in dental medicine.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS DÜRR DENTAL MIDDLE EAST PO Box 87355. Al Ain UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 50 550 8412 Fax: +971 3 7675615 koll.m@duerr.de

Compressor Quattro P 20 Quattro P 20 for up to 20 operators with membrane-drying unit. Thanks to the standard network connection the P 20 can be easily integrated into the digital monitoring and control functions of the surgery supply system using the Tyscor Pulse software. High air delivery for large practices and dental labs. Redundant system for a maximum of reliability for up to 20 operators. With a 90 liter tank and 4 Aggregates.

. Compressor with air-delivery of 860 l/min . Footprint of only 0.6 square meter . High failure safety through redundant aggregates . Compressor aggregates can be exchanged during operation

In the areas of compressed air, suction, imaging, dental care and hygiene, this innovative leader provides many system solutions. Dürr Dental sets the benchmark with its developments and has the right choice of products for all requirements. To achieve the best possible quality our manufacturing is done almost exclusively in Germany. Our greatest advances have been in digital diagnostics: high quality intraoral images with VistaCam as well as high quality digital radiographs with VistaScan imaging plate system.


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VistaPano S Ceph Absolutely Perfect in Imaging The successful VistaPano S has been extended by a fast Ceph module (lateral Ceph recording in only 4.1 seconds) with low radiation exposure. In addition to the 17 panorama programs, all programs for cephalometric recordings for orthodontic treatment are also included. The unit is equipped with two modern sensors. No exchange of the sensor between the panorama X-ray unit and the cephalometric unit is necessary. Thanks to the S-Pan technology which selects the image areas that best correspond to the actual anatomy from a multitude of parallel layers, the therapist is provided with especially detailed recordings for reliable diagnostics.

VistaCam iX HD: Multi head camera system with HD resolution and stepless autofocus The well thought-out solutions from D端rr Dental also include the VistaCam iX HD multihead camera system. The autofocus enables the Cam interchangeable head of the VistaCam iX HD to cover the entire range from macro and normal intraoral recordings up to the extraoral recording. The Proof interchangeable head allows the dentist to make visible caries and plaque on occlusal and smooth surfaces whereas the Proxi interchangeable head supports the diagnosis of interproximal caries without X-ray radiation, and all this in HD resolution. Dental News Yearbook 2016


Company name: FKG DENTAIRE SA Country of origin: Switzerland Website: www.fkg.ch Founded in 1931, FKG Dentaire SA is today at the very cutting edge of development, production and distribution of endodontic products, for example NiTi and stainless steel root canal files. Precision and quality has always been central to FKG and the company is

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naturally based in the heart of the «Watch Valley» home to most Swiss watchmaking and microtechnical companies. FKG has broadened the distribution network to more than 100 countries worldwide and its products are certified according to international regulatory standards and requirements.

ALGERIA

KUWAIT

QATAR

MDI MAGHREB DENTAL INDUSTRY Lot 24 - Zone de Depot El Kerma, BP 354 Zerbani, Daira De Senia, DZ 31106 Oran Phone: +213 56163 18 16 contact@mdi-dentaire.com

MEDICA ENERGY 3rd Floor, 25th February Tower, Sharq Kuwait City Phone: +965 9770 9448 imran@medicaenergy.com

DOHA MEDICAL Office No. 4, 1st Floor, Area No. 52 Luqta Al Rayyan Al Qaddem, Doha Phone: +974 4471 1856 info@dohamedical.com

BAHRAIN

LEBANON

SAUDI ARABIA

UNIVERSAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Flat # 16, Building # 261 Block # 319, Road # 1908, Manama Phone: + 973 17310118 dr.ali.ume@gmail.com

DROGUERIE TAMER S.A.L. Tamer Building, Midan Street, Beirut Phone: +961 1 694000 dental@tamerholding.com

COMMERCIAL & MAINTENANCE CO. FOR TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT Mecca Highway, Bldg# 316, 2nd Floor, Olaya District, P. O Box 88552 Riyadh Phone: +966 11 463 33 61 info@comate.com

EGYPT EIO EGYPTIAN IMPORT OFFICE 12 Eleskander Elakbar St., Elazarita, Alexandria Phone: +20 3486 8733 eio@eio-medical.com ONE DENTAL SOLUTION 32 Dokki Street, 12311 Giza Phone: +20 100 131 0202 info@onedentalsolution.com

IRAN MEHR-E TABAN MED. Apt. 54, No. 14, Taban Complex, Tehran Phone: +98 21 8879 0983 info@mehrtaban.com

IRAQ HIMAT CO. LTD. IRAQ Al-Mansour,14th Ramadan Street Al-Jawhara Trading Center, no.45, Baghdad Phone: +964 55434342 marketing@himat.net

JORDAN ROSE DENT COMPANY P.O. Box 354, Amman - JO-11947 Phone: +962 6565 6551 basam@rose-dent.com

LIBYA ELRAJA PHARMACEUTICAL AND MEDICAL EQUIPMENT TRADING CO. LTD. Maarakat Sidy Ellafy St. Elsselmany Eigharby, Benghazi Phone: +218 91 376 4896 elraja_dent_c@yahoo.com

MOROCCO ABC DENTAIRE Hay My Abdellah, Rue 246, N°25-27 Casablanca Phone: +212 5 2287 2987 abcslaoui@gmail.com DENTAL EXPRESS 23 Avenue Sidi Boukhari, Tanger Phone: +212 6 6343 9088 dentalexpress@gmail.com

OMAN SALA MEDICAL COMPLEX Al-Ali House Mezzanine Floor Suite 110, Behind Philips Showroom, Al-Khuwair, AL-ELM Street, PO Box 780 P.C. Al Hamriyah, OM-131 Phone: +968 2445 8159 salamedical@yahoo.com

PALESTINE RIAM DENT Um Al Sharayet Main Street, Ramallah Phone: +22 9590 51/2/4 dental@riam-group.com

SYRIA OUZOUN TRADING CENTER Al Habbal Bldg. Al Telyani Ave., Omar Al Mokhtar St. Damascus Phone: +963 11 4430545 abdallaouzoun@ouzoun.com

TUNISIA PROMOSCIENCES Z.I. Charguia, St. N°7, Tunis Carthage Phone: +216 22323 246 faouzi.ouali@planet.tn

TURKEY TURAN UYSAL DIS MLZ. CHZL ITHALAT Millet Cad. Sair Mehmet Emin Sok. Findikzade-Istanbul Phone: +90 21 2586 5279 turanuysal@yahoo.com

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES DUBAI MEDICAL EQUIPMENT Dar-Al-Khaleej Building Block A, New Al-Khan St. Sharjah Phone: +971 6 5308055 dt_uae@emirates.net.ae


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iRace sequence - quick, effective and safe Thanks to their exclusive features, only 3 iRace NiTi rotary instruments are needed to treat most cases (straight, slightly curved and/or large). iRace sequence allows preparation up to a diameter of ISO 30/.04. With its ease of use and manipulation, considerable time saving is achieved. In addition to the basic sequence, 2 highly flexible instruments (with taper of .02) allow treatment of more difficult cases (highly curved, narrow or calcified canals). Now available in sterile and non-sterile version. If needed, the iRace sequence can be completed with extra instruments available in the FKG Race range.

15/.06 R1 25/.04 R2 30/.04 R3

iRace

20/.02 R1a 25/.02 R2b

iRace Plus

iRace

iRace Plus

TotalFill®

Premixed Bioceramic Endodontic Materials TotalFill® bioceramic materials are dispensed using a syringe in cases of root canal obturation (TotalFill® BC SealerTM) and with either a syringe or as a putty when doing root repair and retrograde fillings. (TotalFill® RRMTM) With reduced setting time, no shrinking during setting and increased stability, TotalFill BC Sealer is revolutionising endodontic treatment. It comes pre-mixed in a syringe and is extremely user friendly. Thanks to TotalFill BC Sealer ’s ability to bond to both dentine and to our TotalFill® BC PointsTM, a perfect seal is achieved. The excellent fluidity of the sealer ensures a perfect threedimensional fill.

The TotalFill RRM is highly resistant to washout and ideal for all types of root repair and pulp capping treatments. Easy to handle, robust and with a relatively short setting time, it is also highly biocompatible and osteogenic.

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Company name: GLOBAL Surgical Corporation Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.globalsurgical.com Global is committed to providing the best microscope experience in the dental market. The A-Series™ microscope is easier to maneuver than any other brand. Features include the intuitive AXIS™ Control System, allowing dentists easily maintain ideal magnification and working position. The A-Series features the brightest LED light source available. Our products are used in universities and learning facilities worldwide. We are known for knowledgeable customer service and prompt technical support. Global’s products are the only microscopes manufactured in the USA.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS PIRO TRADING INTERNATIONAL 700 E. Main Street Turlock, CA 95380 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Phone: +209 667 7204 Fax: +209 667 8506 pirotrading@pirotrading.com www.pirotrading.com

GLOBAL A-SERIESTM Dental Microscopes All New Design Sleek, innovative style for the modern dental office. Intuitive Control The new AXIS™ Control System makes it easy to maneuver.

Brighter Light With over 100,000 lux output, we offer the brightest LED light source available.

The new A-Series™ microscope is designed for intuitive control while significantly improving visualization for earlier diagnosis, setting a new standard in dental microscopy. Available in 3, 4 and 6-steps of magnification AXIS™ Control System delivers magnification changer, handles and tension control in one place Ergonomic handles with integral magnification changer Brightest LED light source available – 100,000 lux Three-stage filter assembly: clear, amber, green More mounting options than any other brand

Enhanced

Comfort Updated ergonomic design to promote long term health benefits.

*Using 10x eyepieces, 250mm objective lens, 160mm binocular. With selected components, this magnification range can be shifted up or down. Floorstand

Wall Mount

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Company name: KerrHawe SA Country of origin: Switzerland Website: www.kerrdental.ae Together we’re more.™ Kerr believes that dentistry is a science. And an art. We also believe that being a successful dentist is something much more. Being a dentist means mastering an ever-advancing science. Embracing new tools of technology. And steering a growing business in a rapidly changing healthcare market.

Here at Kerr, we open wide to more and in doing so, the traditional roles between manufacturer and customer disappear. Together, we become colleagues—sharing a vision for the future of dentistry. Upholding the one answer you’ve been seeking and simply put, that one thing more. That’s our mission: To understand. Listen. And to see where you want to lead us.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS ALGERIA

LEBANON

PALESTINE

VISIONPHARM SARL   112 rue de la palestine,09000 Blida Phone: +213 (0) 25 31 30 58 visionpharm@hotmail.com

DROGUERIE TAMER SAL Sim Building, Midan Street, Dekwaneh Phone: +961 1 694000 tarek.skaff@tamerholding.com wael.houry@tamerholding.com

DENTAL WORLD P.o.Box:19332 Phone: +972 296 5643 samer@sharqmedicalsupply.com

BAHRAIN CIGALAH GULF MEDICAL Bldg. 670 Block 309 Road 919, Salmanya Phone: +973 17232 170 ahmed.m@cgmed.com AL-TURKI MEDICAL EST. Phone: +966 1 476 82 46 h.el-sayed@alturki.med.sa

EGYPT SAFWAN TRADING 10, Lebanon St.,Mohandessen Giza Phone: +20 2 330 22 792 info@safwanegypt.com

IRAQ PROHEALTH LINE LTD Erbil City, Ashtey Phone: +964(0)750454 4479 +964(0)770133 1771 raman.jaff@prohealthline.com

JORDAN SALBASHIAN TRADING CO 128 Arar street, Wadi Saqra, Amman Phone: +962 6 4646845

KUWAIT AL SAYER MEDICAL COMPANY W.L.L. P.O.Box: 485, Safat 13005 Phone: +965 2461 3195 hossam.afify@alsayergroup.com

LIBYA NATIONAL HEALTH GROUP NG Independence street, Libyan Insurance Company Bldg. 4th Floor, Office #2, Benghazi Phone: +218 927809179 mohammed.alfitore@nhg.ly ALNAGM ALKBER COMPANY FOR DENTAL SUPPLY Phone: +218 917813133 +218 925092684 khaled.abdullah@alnagm.ly

MOROCCO SIPROMED SA 3, rue Colonel Gros quartier, Casablanca Phone: +212 5 22 86 39 10 +212 5 22 86 53 66 sipromedsa@menara.ma AMED SARL 47, rue de Bruxelles Imm.A, mag.9 20 000 Casablanca Phone: +212 522 82 31 34 contact@amed.ma ihssan.b@amed.ma

QATAR SHARQ MEDICAL SUPPLY New Salata Al Asiri, Doha Phone: +974 554 82 885 samer@sharqmedicalsupply.com

SAUDI ARABIA FAROUK MAAMOUN TAMER & CO Dr.Mohamed Shalaby Phone: +966 12 643 5600 Ext: 1323 Mohamed.Shalaby@tamergroup.com

TUNISIA I.M.S. 7, is. Rue de cologne - 1002 Tunis Phone: +216 71 799 396 import@ims.com.tn NEW MED EQUIPMENT 34 Av, Habib Bourguiba, Ariana Phone: +216 71710328 hatem.newmed@hotmail.com NEW MED PLUS Phone: +216 74 401 580 newmedplus@gmail.com

CASA DENTAIRE 20 Rue el Habacha, Casablanca Phone: +212 52202 casadentaire2013@gmail.com casadentaire@menara.ma

MEDICAL WORLD COMPANY Phone: +216 98 660 106 meftah_karim@yahoo.fr

OMAN

CITY PHARMACY P.o.box 2098, Abu Dhabi Phone: +971 2 6323016 h.abuissa@citypharmacy.biz cityphrm@emirates.net.ae

AL FARSI NATIONAL ENTERPRISE P.O. Box 156, PC 133 - Al Khuwair Phone: +968 2448 5625 director@alfarsi.me

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ELEMENTSFREE

Powered obturation with no strings attached Innovative Ready to go when you are ready to go... • Downpack unit heats to 200°C in less than 0.5 seconds and with an adjustable heating range of 100°-400°C • 360° activation ring to improve your experience • Digital temperature control for procedural accuracy • Perfect for Continuous Wave™ and single motion downpack obturation Breakthrough Powered obturation, no strings attached... • Swiss motor and gear drive for high level performance • Motorized extrusion for less hand fatigue • Single-use cartridges with built-in finger grips for ease of use • Aerogel insulation surrounds the heating element for your comfort and your patient’s safety Unleashed • Predictable results: high quality 3D fill • Ease of use: motor driven extruder for better control and tactile feel • Intuitive: Easy set up, friendly handling, full control for safe results

SonicFill™ 2 system

NMC - NEW MEDICAL CENTRE FOR TRADING P.o.box 7832, Dubai Phone: +971 4 2172767 dentaldxb@nmc.ae vijay@nmc.ae DUBAI MEDICAL EQUIPMENT LLC Dar El Khaleej, Al Khan Street, Sharjah Phone: +971 6 5540207 dt_uae@emirates.net.ae

YEMEN AL ZAHRAWI PHARMA P.o.box 22305, Sanaa Phone: +967 1566566 alzahrawi.g@gmail.com

The SonicFill™ 2 system enables clinicians to perform posterior restorations with an easy-to-use, one-step procedure that provides everything you need for reliable bulk filling: the adaptation of a Flowable during placement, a high depth-ofcure, low polymerization shrinkage stress and the strength and aesthetics you’d expect from a posterior restorative. SonicFill™ 2‘s composite incorporates a highly-filled proprietary resin with special modifiers that react to sonic energy. As sonic energy is applied through the handpiece, the modifier causes the viscosity to drop (up to 84%), increasing the flow ability of the composite, enabling quick placement and precise adaptation to the cavity walls. When the sonic energy is stopped, the composite returns to a more viscous, nonslumping state that is perfect for carving and contouring. The result: • No Voids, Gaps or Seams • Excellent Marginal Integrity • Outstanding Adaptation to Cavity Surfaces • High Depth of Cure • Excellent strength, polish ability & wear resistance • Low sensitivity to ambient light Dental News Yearbook 2016


Company name: MICRO-MEGA® Country of origin: France Website: www.micro-mega.com MICRO-MEGA®, a hundred-year-old French company, possesses know-how that is recognized worldwide in the fields of the design, manufacture and sale of dental surgical instruments (root canal instruments, obturation, hand instruments and instrument hygiene). MICRO-MEGA®’s expertise in the design and construction of its own production machinery has helped to achieve a predominant position in the dental instrument world.

Its motto “Your Endo Specialist” perfectly reflects this mission.

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CIGALAH TRADING EST.

Sharafyia District, Ali Reda Tower, Madinah Road P.O. Box 19435 Jeddah 21435 Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA Phone: +966 12 6148 282 amubarak@cigalah.com.sa

CIGALAH GULF MEDICAL

Building 670, Raod 919, Block 309, Salmaniya Manama BAHRAIN Phone: +973 172 32 170

NATIONAL TRADING COMPANY NTC 54 Ramses Street - Roxy - Heliopolis Cairo EGYPT Phone: +202 24 51 31 91 sales@ntc-egypt.com

DAVAN TAK TEB

Over the years, MICRO-MEGA® has become a leader and undisputed specialist in endodontics. Its mission is to innovate in this field, setting the standards for general dental practitioners throughout the world and offering the dental market a unique range of technical and scientific expertise.

DENTAMED

CEDARS DENTAL CENTER

SAFWAN TRADING & CONTRACTING CO

JEDDAH DENTAL SUPPLY

Complex No 75, Al Buhtori St 75, Amman 11118, Jordanie JORDAN Phone : +962 64 64 22 15 dentamed@go.com.jo

Ali Abdul Wahab Building, Old Shuwaikh, Street 6, Block 152 P.O.Box: 20704 Safat 13068 KUWAIT Phone : +22276888 Ext:223 www.safwantrading.com

DENTALTECH SARL

Brasilia street, Hikmeh building, first basement, Baabda LEBANON Phone: +961 5950707 +961 5955854

Bldg 65, Street 850, Wadi al Sail, PO Box 47684 Doha QATAR Phone: +974 44 86 40 88 Alnazer Building, Palestine Road, Behind Haifa mall Jeddah SAUDI ARABIA Phone: +966 2 66 92 462 khjds@hotmail.com

MOLAR FOR IMPORT & EXPORT Africa Road, Amarat Street No. 19, P.O.Box 15093 Postal code 12217 Khartoum SUDAN Phone: +249 120 97 00 00 datef_kuna@hotmail.com

MOBADALA DENTAL & MEDICAL SUPPLIER

CHATTA DENTAL SUPPLIES

Ben Ashour Street P.O.Box 84296 Tripoli LIBYA Phone: +218 21 36 20 765 ly99@live.com

Al Fardoss Str. Ibn Zeidoun Building, 1st FloorPO Box 4588 Damascus SYRIA Phone: +963 11 224 17 17 chatta@scs-net.org

No.1&2 Marjan Arcade, infront of Est. Terminal Tehranpars, Damavand St. Tehran IRAN Phone: +98 21 77 70 80 09 yeganeh_co@yahoo.com

AMED

INTER MEDICAL SERVICE

MEDI TRADING FZCO – FIA GROUP

AL MAZROUI MEDICAL & CHEMICAL SUPPLIES

2307 Valieasr Ave, Tehran1516745131 Tehran IRAN Phone: +98 21 88 88 36 45 davantak@gmail.com

YEGANEH CO.

Kurdistan- Erbil Branch IRAQ Phone: +964 75 04 28 45 03

47 Rue de Bruxelles Casablanca MOROCCO Phone: +212 22 82 31 34 assistance@menara.ma

PO Box 1259, PC 112, Ruwi Muscat OMAN Phone: +968 24 59 56 70

7 bis Rue De Cologne, Tunis TUNISIA Phone: +216 1 80 12 04 b.fendri@planet.tn

GUNEY DIS

Umraniye, Istanbul TURKEY Phone: +90 216 466 83 83 arzu.karaul@guneydis.com

CITY PHARMACY

Hamdan Street, Abu Dhabi UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 2 67 32 954 cityphrm@emirates.net.ae


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One Shape® Procedure Pack Your endo protocol ready for use in one single blister! • All your root canal instruments in one single blister: access cavity/glide path development/root canal shaping • Your solution which is ready for use in the patient’s mouth. • You increase your productivity. • You employ each instrument according to a specifically defined operating protocol.

The One Shape® sterile solution

Endodontics has never been so easy, safe and efficient. Simplified instrumental management and increased productivity!

Endodontic specialists since 1905, MICRO-MEGA® has always known across time how to bring more innovations, know-how and comfort to practitioners worldwide. With a basic sequence of only 3 instruments (SC1, SC2 and SU), Revo-S™ is a safe, efficient and economical root canal shaping system. • A three instrument sequence with asymmetrical cross section files • Proven technology • More than 40 international publications • High quality and simple root canal shaping in continuous rotation. • Reusable instruments from 8 to 10 times depending on canal curvature. • Economical savings. The safety asset!

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Company name: NSK NAKANISHI INC. Country of origin: Japan Website: www.nsk-dental.com “Providing durable and elegant, yet competitively priced product” has been NSK’s philosophy since it was established in 1930. Specialized in super high-speed rotary cutting technology, NSK delivers a variety of high quality and extremely cost efficient products to the dentistry. NSK focuses on satisfying diverse customers’ requirements through timely product development backed up with unparalleled production engineering and innovative technology. NSK is a top brand committed to serving the needs of dental practitioners, technicians and hygienists. NSK’s continued development offers innovative design and unrivalled quality as well as outstanding value and performance all of which is supported by NSK’s global sales network and first-class after-sales service.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS MAGHREB DENTAL INDUSTRY-MDI SALBASHIAN TRADING CO. Es-Sénia-Oran ALGERIA Phone: +213 41 335890 contact@mdi-dentaire.com

Amman JORDAN Phone: +962 6 4645845 yeran.s@salbashiangroup.com

SAFWAN EGYPT

AL-SAYAFE MEDICAL & PHARMA SUPPLIES COMPANY W.L.L

Giza EGYPT Phone: +20 2 33022792 / 33042740 info@safwanegypt.com

DOUSTKAM CO. INC Tehran IRAN Phone: +98 21 77527140 doustkamco@gmail.com

TAMER LEVANT

Erbil IRAQ Phone: +964 750 1 440 400 diaa.khreish@tamerholding.com

HIMAT CO. LTD.

Baghdad IRAQ Phone: +964 790 1317209 marketing@himat.net

BASAMAT MEDICAL SUPPLIES Amman JORDAN Phone: +962 6 5605395 sales@basamat.com

Sharq KUWAIT Phone: +965 22 454924 alsayafe@alsayafemedical.com

DROGUERIE TAMER S.A.L. Beirut LEBANON Phone: +961 1 694000 dental@tamerholding.com

AL MGD CO.

Tripoli LIBYA Phone: +218 21 3610154 mgdent@gawab.com

ASSISTANCE MÉDICALE ET DENTAIRE Casablanca MOROCCO Phone: +212 (0) 522 822498 ihssan.b@amed.ma

MEDICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL SERVICES CO. (PHARMADENT) Muscat OMAN Phone: +968 24567561

BASHIR SHAKIB ALJABRI & CO. Jeddah / Phone: +966 12 6700430 Riyadh / Phone: +966 11 4747750 SAUDI ARABIA bashirco@bashirco.com.sa

SALLOUM DENTAL CO.

Damascus SYRIA Phone: +963 11 2248772 / 2210974 psalloum@scs-net.org

INTER MEDICAL SERVICE

Tunis TUNISIA Phone: +216 71799344 / 71799396 b.fendri@ims.com.tn

LIDER DIS

Ankara TURKEY Phone: +90 312 2316485 nskturkey@liderdis.com.tr

CITY PHARMACY

Abu Dhabi UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 2 6732954 cityphrm@emirates.net.ae

YEMEN STORES FOR DRUGS & MEDICAL SUPPLIES Sana’a YEMEN Phone: +967 1 444622 w.aghbari@yemenstores.com


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Air Turbines Evolve to Become More Powerful Based on the philosophy of consistently delivering products that exceed all expectations, Ti-Max Z Turbines supported by noncompromising NSK product design and ultra-high precision processing technology, provide a new level of comfort to both clinicians and patients like never before. With one of the most powerful air turbines, our technological innovation will revolutionize dental practice.

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PanaAir FX is dramatically more powerful than its predecessors thanks to the combination of NSK’s air turbine simulation technologies. This new model boasts the highest power rating in its class. Solid stainless steel construction allows it to easily withstand continuous autoclaving and thermo-disinfection. Newly designed bearing structure provides greater wear resistance and extended lifespan.

With the built-in dynamic integrated mini power generator, DynaLED Turbines deliver long life, daylight quality LED illumination when connected to any standard non optic air tubing. Clinicians can instantly gain the advantage of LED illumination on their existing or new dental equipment, simply for the cost of the Turbine. NSK has chosen stainless steel for DynaLED Turbines as a high priority for durability and stable, long term function.

Self-generating LED Illumination System

The world’s first 45-degree contra-angle, Ti-Max Z45L provides effortless access to hard-to-reach molars that a standard contra-angle simply can’t match. Two-Way Spray Function

Water Jet

Mist

The slim-form Ti-Max Z45L also offers excellent visibility and high operability, creating more space between adjacent teeth and the handpiece body. Ti-Max Z45L’s powerful and consistent cutting shortens treatment time for time-consuming sectioning and thirdmolar extractions compared to standard contra-angles, dramatically reducing stress for both clinicians and patients.


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Company name: ORMCO Europe BV Country of origin: United States of America Website: www.ormco.com / www.ormcoeurope.com “Ormco has a distinguished 50+ year history of providing the orthodontic profession with high quality, innovative products backed by attentive customer service and educational support. Our pledge to you, our valued customers, is to continue to provide you with the products and services that you need and want – products that make the orthodontic experience a great one for you, your staff and your patients.

Mr. TAREK HANEYA

Area Sales Manager - Middle East & Turkey, Ormco

Mission Statement Ormco builds trusted relationships with the orthodontists we serve, providing a breadth of innovative products and solutions to enhance their professional lives. Ormco is committed to helping orthodontists achieve their clinical and practice management objectives.”

Al Zahrawi, Building No. 34, Unit 201 and 301 Dubai Health Care City, Dubai UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 56 1746 575 tarek.haneya@ormco.com

MENA DISTRIBUTORS

CIGALAH GULF MEDICAL Building 670 Rood 919 Plock 309 Salmaniya, Manama BAHRAIN Phone: +973 17232170 hany@batelco.com.bh

QUALITY SOURCE FOR MED SERV

Seneyar Complex, Office #5, 2nd Floor, Ibn Khaldoun Street, Hawalli KUWAIT Phone: +965 22639731 +965 97477533 arun@qsourcekw.com

EGYPT ORTHO

56 Mohamed Ragaay St. Emtedad elaamal Police tower Autostard road, New Maadi, Cairo EGYPT Phone: +20 1006695885 +20 1113111045 adel@egyptortho.com

DENTAL MEDICAL SUPPLIES DMS

Jdeideh-Bauchrieh-Hankash Street-Imad El Hachem Center-2nd floor, Beirut LEBANON Phone: +961 1 240444 +961 1 253107 dms@dms-leb.com

AL-EIMAN DRUG STORE

7th circle – beside RJ city terminal Building no 10, Amman JORDAN Phone: +962 6 5810108 samerissa@eiman-eds.com

AL FARSI MEDICAL SUPPLIES

Flat No: 4, Way No: 3521, Building No: 1992 ,Block No: 235 Al Khuwair Street, Al Khuwair, Muscat, Sultanate of Oman Post Box : 158, Postal Code : 133 OMAN Phone: +968 2448 5625 +968 9134 2222 director@alfarsi.me ceo@alfarsi.me

BARZAN ORTHODONTICS WWC

Barzan Orthdontics Doha South Muaither Furoseya street, Doha QATAR Phone: +90(212) 219 97 55 technicalsupport@barzanorthodontics.com

QOMEL COMPANY LTD SAUDI ARABIA Phone: +966 1 2886660 hisham@qomel.com

MEDIKODENTAL LTD. STI

Medikodental Ltd. sti. Tesvikiye Cad.No:47 3/3 34365 Nisantasi, Istanbul TURKEY Phone: +90(212) 219 97 55 zeynep@medikodental.com

NMC TRADING LLC

P.O.Box 7832, Dubai UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 0569200213 girish.parsad@nmc.ae


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An ideal solution for today’s image-conscious adults and teens, Damon™Clear passive self-ligating brackets provide the performance and control needed to treat a wide variety of cases with outstanding results. Damon Clear2 brackets (standard torque, upper 3-3) feature a new ultra-precision slot that provides two times the rotational control* for meticulous finishing and faster treatment.

Capture Accurate Impressions To Streamline Your Practice Lythos™ Digital Impression System allows you to own, store, and send the scan to anyone that accepts STL files at $0 cost. Lythos is designed to integrate easily into any practice. A powder free scan is captured accurately with ease, while providing a comfortable experience for both staff and patients. Do more with the data you capture 100% open platform with $0 fees

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Company name: SIRONA DENTAL Country of origin: Germany Website: www.sirona.com Sirona Dental Systems is the global market and technology leader in the dental industry. Sirona develops, manufactures and markets a complete line of dental products, including CAD/CAM restoration systems (CEREC), digital intra-oral, panoramic and 3D imaging systems, dental treatment centers and handpieces. The USA is Sirona’s largest individual market, followed by Germany, Japan, Western Europe and Asia. The company was spun-off from the Siemens Medical Technology Division in 1997 and has been listed on the US NASDAQ stock exchange (symbol: SIRO) since 2006. Sirona employs a workforce of more than 3,300 at 28 locations worldwide, of which more than 1,500 are based in Bensheim, the largest production site in the dental industry.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS

SIRONA DENTAL SYSTEMS TRADING LLC (PRIVATE SECTOR) Garhoud Star Building, Office 106, PO Box 211884, Dubai UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 4375 2355 Amro.adel@sirona.com

RICHA DENTAL STORE

Abi Najem Building-Said Freiha Street Hazmieh - Sayad P.O. Box 45-47 Hazmieh, Beirut LEBANON Phone: +961 5 45 25 55 richdentlebanon@gmail.com

MUSCAT PHARMACY OMAN Phone: +968 2481 4501

ALI BIN ALI MEDICAL CO. QATAR Phone: +974 4 4863457

GROUPE DENTAIRE ALGÈRIEN S.P.A. Zone Industrielle de Rouiba, Voie A, Zone B, 16000 Alger Algérie ALGERIA Phone: +213 23 85 01 78 spa_gda@yahoo.fr

CIGALAH GULF MEDICAL BAHRAIN Phone: +973 172 32 170

YIACO MEDICAL CO.

MEDICAL WORLD COMPANY

Zawia Street near Plastic & Burn Hospital , P.O. Box: 81093 Tripoli LIBYA Phone: +218 21 360 3540 medicalworld@hotmail.com

ASSISTANCE MÉDICALE ET DENTAIRE S.A.R.L

(only CEREC & CAD/CAM products) 47, Rue de Bruxelles. Casablanca 3 Rue Bata, Marrakech MOROCCO Phone: +212 5 22 82 31 34

KUWAIT Phone: +965 2223 0600

IDENTITÉ MEDICALE S.A.R.L.

(All products except CEREC & CAD/CAM) 1, Rue Nisrine et Bd. Zerktouni 20000 Casablanca MOROCCO Phone: +212 5 22 208 564 idmedicale@yahoo.fr

IBRAHIM MOHAMED AL MANA CO. SAUDI ARABIA Phone: +966 11 279 1150

MSI EQUIPEMENTS MÉDICODENTAIRES R6 Rue Abdelkader M’halla 5000 Monastir TUNISIA Phone: +216 73 449 400 msi.bouzgarrou@planet.tn

MODERN PHARMACEUTICAL CO. (GOVERNMENTAL SECTOR) UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 4 3834262


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inLab MC X5

Open 5-axis production unit for dental laboratories An independent choice of production processes and materials and complete control of the work process – Sirona’s new five-axis la-boratory unit inLab MC X5 fulfills these demands and gives dental technicians new freedom with wet and dry processing, a wide range of indications, and the free choice of materials. Tools used include carbide cutters and diamond grinders as well as standard-ized disks with a diameter of 98.5 millimeters and a height of up to 30 millimeters. Users can ensure efficient utilization of material by using the disk management function and extensive nesting func-tions. The specially developed multi-block holder uses CAD/CAM materials in block form.

INTEGO New treatment center from Sirona Quality “made in Germany” at an attractive price Sirona, global market and technology leader in the dental industry, has introduced a new treatment center: INTEGO offers top quality and flexible configuration options at an attractive price. The new treatment center comes in two versions: INTEGO and INTEGO pro with extended functionality. Each model can be supplied as a hanging hoses model (TS) or with whip arms (CS) in a wide range of shades. Both versions are based on a chair concept which takes the four dimensions of ergonomics into account – intuitive sitting, comfortable positioning, optimum visibility and integrated workflows – and thus ensures that practitioners achieve ideal results.

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Company name: ULTRADENT Country of origin: Germany Website: www.ultradent.de Expertise from Bavaria. Ultradent has been based in the Munich area since 1924. Countless innovative product ideas, the company‘s own patents and utility models signify a competitive edge in terms of technology and demonstrate their exclusive nature. “Made in Germany” ULTRADENT develops and produces its modern treatment units and equipment at its own factory in Brunnthal/Germany near Munich. It is precisely this German spirit of invention that brought the family company success: ULTRADENT has evolved to become one of the most important suppliers of modern treatment units for dental practices in all areas of dentistry and today is one of the leading companies in the field of dental treatment units.

Products for dentists in Germany, Europe and the world. The wishes and requirements of dentists, orthodontists, surgeons and their patients from various countries form the basis for the day-to-day work of the family company. This is demonstrated by user-oriented design, low-maintenance components and strict quality management.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS

BAHRAIN

JORDAN

TUNISIA

AL TURKI MEDICAL (MIDDLE EAST) AME Flat no 11th, Alwedha BLDG, Sheikh Dulaj AVE Qudaibiah street Manama Phone: +973 17712850 +973 17742494 ame@alturki.med.sa

BASAMAT MEDICAL & DENTAL SUPPLIES P.O. Box 141375 Amman Phone: +962 65605395 sales@basamat.com

ALPHA MEDICAL IMM Tour Narcisse C01-02, Avenue De Japon 1073 Mont Plaisir Phone: +21671908576 Cellphone: +21626262255

KUWAIT

QATAR

KUWAIT LIFE SCIENCE Kuwait city , KIPCO Tower , 27th floor Phone: +965 22215611 Cellphone: +965 55762762 Info@klsc.com.kw wael@klsc.com.kw

CEDARS DENTAL CENTER Doha Phone: +974 66337741 Ramzi@cedars-dental.com

EGYPT ZAIDENT DENTAL SUPPLY 08 El-tahrir St, Dokki-giza Hotline: +201222225076 Phone: +20237601582 zaident@link.net zaident2@yahoo.com

IRAQ PULSE FOR MEDICAL EQUIPMENT L.L.C 100 metry street Serbste 32-Park Avenue Hotel Juhaynah Erbil Phone: +964 7504166744 Cellphone: +971 505811379 ALDAWA SCIENTIFIC FOR MEDICAL APPLIANCES Bartilla, George Kako Apt, 2.nd Floor, No: 209 Mosul Phone: +9647503273990 +9647701663456

LEBANON PHARAMCOL Aboud Center, 3rd floor, Rabieh Main Road, Meten Beirut Phone: +961 4524247 +961 4525278 carole.manhal@pharmacol1.com

SAUDI ARABIA TAFAROD MEDICAL CO Deutsche Gulf Finance Building, 3rd Floor King Abdullah Road Riyadh 11323 P.O. Box 285703 Phone: +96612032294 Cellphone: +966500522510

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SMS MEDICAL SUPPLIES (SMS) Dubai Phone: +971 48873050 Sales@sms-medent.com Nour@sms-medent.com


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U 1303 (T/C).

U 1303 C

The new heart of your practice. The U 1303 from ULTRADENT makes it easy for you to include dental medical convenience with German top standards in your surgery. It is comprehensive and uncompromising for both your patients as well as for you. It is ideal for the widest range of dentistry applications. Its compact design and highest technical quality provide convincing advantages due to its advanced functionality and reliable efficiency. Its first-class specifications offer the perfect ergonomic support for each of your movements and rounds of our U 1303. It is available in two versions, for your choice and preference.

U 1303 T

U 6000 S.

The new premium standard. This premium treatment unit is impressive due to not only its spectacular new design entirely in white, but also the revolutionary vision U multimedia system. With the U 6000 S, ULTRADENT is setting new standards. The elegant combination of technology and convenience help you to reach new goals. There is also a full-touch display available for your dental assistants. Experience ULTRADENT’s top-of-the-range unit in your dental practice. Your team and patients will be impressed too.

Indulge in perfection.

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Company name: W&H Dentalwerk Bürmoos GmbH Country of origin: Austria Website: www.wh.com W&H - People Have Priority The family company W&H Dentalwerk, based in Bürmoos near Salzburg, Austria, the only Austrian manufacturer of dental precision instruments and devices, is one of the leading providers of dental devices in the world. Innovative product and service solutions, a modern corporate structure, a strong focus on research and development, as well as social responsibility – this is what makes W&H Dentalwerk a successful local and global player.

With around 1,000 employees worldwide (600 of whom work in the Austrian headquarters in Bürmoos), W&H exports its products to more than 110 countries. The family company operates two production sites in Bürmoos (Austria), one in Brusaporto (Italy) and 18 subsidiaries in Europe, Asia and North America.

MENA DISTRIBUTORS PROMODENTA S.A.R.L. 21, Rue Boumenir Mouloud 26000 Médéa Algier ALGERIA Phone: +213 25596270 promodenta@gmail.com

GULF COOPERATION FOR TECHNOLOGY

Bldg No: 2038, Road: 4156, Block 341, Juffair, P.O. Box 2576, Manama BAHRAIN Phone: +973 17239399 roshan@gctbahrain.com

IMECO

4, Mohamed Moussa St., Azarita Alexandria EGYPT Phone: +20 3 4871264 imeco_eg@yahoo.com

ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY COMPANY

AL-TURKI MEDICAL GROUP LTD. (A.M.G.)

MEDETECH S.A.R.L.

OUSSI GROUP

ALBYAN ALMOTAGADED FOR IMPORTING OF EQUIPMENTS & MEDICAL SUPPLIES

OUZOUN TRADING CENTER

Salem Al Mubarak Str., Salmiya, Cnr. Bahrain Str. - Block 62a, opp. Laila Tower, P.O. Box 44558 32060 Hawally KUWAIT Phone: +965 22247240 akar@atc.com.kw Gecco Bldg., 6th Floor, Blvd. Jdeideh, Sin-El-Fil, P.O. Box 90-946 Jdeidet El Metn LEBANON Phone: +961 1875401 medek@inco.com.lb

1, Mathaf El Manial St., El manial Cairo EGYPT Phone: +20 2 25328679 imeco_eg@yahoo.com

Equipments & Medical Supplies P.O. Box 8252, Mohamed Fkini Street Tripoli LIBYA Phone: +218 925088549 albyan_almotagaded@live.com

APADANA TAK

MEDICODENTAIRE S.A.R.L.

45, Ghods Ave, Keshavarz Blvd. Tehran IRAN Phone: +98 2188965650 apadana@apadanatak.com

ISSAM BUREAU GROUP Karada - Q. 905 St. 15 No 45/1 Baghdad IRAQ Phone: +964 7712345201 issam@issambg.com

ARAB MEDICAL & SCIENTIFIC ALLIANCE (A.M.S.A.)

Khalil Salem Street - P.O. Box 2509 Tela’ Al-Ali , 11953 Amman JORDAN Phone: +962 65528009 amsa@amsa.com.jo

22, Rue Ahmed Almaqri Racine 20050 Casablanca MOROCCO Phone: +212 22393433 medent1.medico@gmail.com

BAHWAN HEALTHCARE CENTRE LLC

Al Rawaq Building, Second Floor, Office 207 Building no 7, Street n0 58, Muscat, Qurum OMAN Phone: +968 24650767 gurudath.rao@suhailbahwangroup.com

ACCROS TRADING COMPANY P.O.Box 23006 - Doha QATAR Phone: +974 4816511 info@accros.org

Al-Turki Bldg. 46, Al-Bohtory St. off Al-Ahsa St., Al-Zahra District, P.O. Box 4952 Riyadh 11412 SAUDI ARABIA Phone: +966 5014766828 m.abuadas@alturki.med.sa

Yousef Al-Azmeh Sq., Maysaloun str., Assasa Building, 1st floor Nr. 12, P.O. Box 2506 Damascus SYRIA Phone: +963 112225343 oussico@gmail.com Al-Telyani Av., Omar Al-Moukhtar, St. Alhabal Building, Damascus SYRIA Phone: +963 114430548 a.uzun@scs-net.org

DISTRI-MED

24 Av. de Madrid 1000 Tunis TUNISIA Phone: +216 71334812 distri-med@planet.tn

PRIME MEDICAL SUPPLIES EST. P.O. Box 44633, Abu Dhabi UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Phone: +971 26666037 vpshukla@hotmail.com

AL-ZOMALA’A DENTAL CO.

Taiz St. Opposite to Nasser workshop P.O.Box 15210 Sana’a YEMEN Phone: +967 1422787 zomla2004@yemen.net.ye


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The new Synea Vision turbine with 5x ring LED+ shows that W&H is the technological leader in the LED sector for dental instruments. Dentists benefit from a completely shadow-free view of the treatment field for the first time.

Synea Vision turbine with 5x ring LED+

The new dimension in shadow-free preparation

The 5x ring LED+ of the Synea Vision turbine lets you see more. Five high-intensity LEDs in the small instrument head provide complete light intensity even in the most difficult situations.

Complete elimination of shadows during preparation has long been the unfulfilled dream of many a dentist. In 2014, W&H achieved a technological masterpiece: five high-intensity, pinhead-sized LEDs are integrated in a ring shape into the small head of the new Synea Vision TK-98 L turbine. Dentists benefit from the 100% shadowfree illumination of the preparation site for the first time and patients benefit from improved treatment safety with the new sterilizable 5x ring LED+. The preparation site is not only illuminated from mesial but also from buccal, distal and lingual/palatal at the same time with the new light design. Full light intensity is guaranteed even in the most difficult situations.

Synea Vision turbine meets highest demands An integrated 5x spray with its five outlet nozzles ensures perfect cooling and cleaning of the treatment site. The innovative W&H turbine with its special, scratch-resistant surface coating is particularly robust and maintains the quality of the instrument. A unique ergonomic design and a small instrument head contribute to comfortable and fatigue-free work. The Synea Vision TK-98 L turbine with 5x ring LED+ is the result of intensive research and development. The close cooperation with internationally renowned users during development of the product give the innovative turbine the best possible support in practice routine.

The superiority of the W&H LED concept: Compared with the competing instrument (left), the Synea Vision turbine with 5x ring LED+ (right) offers a 100% shadow-free view of the preparation site.

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