Showing posts from July, 2018

Pro.Rao Sripathi - Dentistry 2018 -Speaker

Dr B.H. Sripathi Rao, Professor and Head of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the present Principal/ Dean of Yenepoya Dental College, Yenepoya, Mangalore, Karnataka, India. He has wide experience in Orthognathic surgeries, Facial Trauma, Oral Cancer surgeries, Pathologies and Cleft Surgeries .He has been in maxillofacial Surgery teaching and training program for more than 35 years now with numerous publications and had been invited guest speaker to various international and national forums .He was also an executive member of the Dental Council Of India.

Nasal Geometry – Changes after Maxillary Osteotomies and Corrective Measures
The primary objective of all orthognathic surgeries inconjuction with proper occlusion is to improve facial esthetics A change in Nasal Geometry after Maxillary osteotomy is a common pertinent problem encountered by all maxillofacial surgeons. With changes in the facial skeleton following surgery, the facial drapes adapts to the new …

Serap Titiz M.S - Speaker - Dentistry 2018

Dr. Serap Titiz  Graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Dentistry in 2002.She started his postgraduate education in 2012 at Ege University Faculty of Dentistry Department of Orthodontics and completed his PhD in 2012. She was appointed Assistant Professor in Orthodontics at Usak University Faculty of Dentistry since 2017.

Abstract :

A New Approach in Presurgical Nasoalveloar Molding Treatment in the Management of Cleft Lip and Palate Patients
Objective: Many techniques have been used to align cleft alveolar segments and reduce cleft severity in cleft lip and palate patients The Grayson technique is a well-known technique that has undergone several modifications. The aim of this study was to present a new approach to PNAM for bilateral and unilateral cleft lip and palate patients.
Material Method: In unilateral cleft lip and palate patients modified nostril retainers manufactured from soft acrylic were used instead of nasal stents for nasal molding which enables the separation of t…

Is Fluoride Safe ?

Fluoride is a natural mineral found throughout the earth’s crust and widely distributed in nature. Some foods and water supplies contain fluoride.Fluoride is found naturally in soil, water, and foods. It is also produced synthetically for use in drinking water, toothpaste, mouthwashes and various chemical products. Fluoride is often added to drinking water to help reduce tooth decay.Water authorities add fluoride to the municipal water supply, because studies have shown that adding it in areas where fluoride levels in the water are low can reduce the prevalence of tooth decay in the local population.Enamel, the outer layer of the crown of a tooth, is made of closely packed mineral crystals. Every day, minerals are lost and gained from inside the enamel crystals. Losing minerals is called demineralization. Gaining them back is called remineralization.Demineralization begins with the bacteria in the plaque on your teeth. They feed on sugar and other carbohydrates in your mouth and produ…


Not everyone is born with a perfect teeth, some are lucky to be born with perfect teeth.Orthodontic treatment has now marked a revolutionary change in Dentistry, it helped to restore the smile with the help of Dental braces .Using this modern Dental technology it is now possible to bring back healthy and beautiful smile quicker. TYPES OF DENTAL BRACES Old-fashioned braces use elastic ties – which can cause painful friction – to hold the straightening wire in place.  They are made from a high-grade stainless steel and have metal brackets that are attached to each tooth using a type of cement. The brackets are linked to each other with a thin archwire, which puts pressure on the teeth to cause them to move slowly into the correct position.The ties are also prone to collecting plaque, which can be unpleasant. They are durable and strong. Ceramic Braces : Made of Ceramics instead of Metal, they have clear or tooth colored brackets so they are less noticeable than metal braces can perform m…