Day 1 :
Universitas Gadjah Mada, Bulaksumur, Caturtunggal, Kec. Depok, Kabupaten Sleman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55281
Time : 10:20
Qotru Al-Naday is an Undergraduate student of Dental Hygiene Universitas Gadjah Mada. She is 21 years old and live in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She have big passion and exelled on a research. She won several categories at national competition by Ristekdikti and become a research assistant. She is the CEO of DUPLEX-10, Dental Unit Portable Complex with Vital Sign
DUPLEX-10 (Dental Unit Portable Complex with Tensimeter) is a technology application product that focuses on developing portable dental unit. DUPLEX-10 designed to be more ergonomical and is equipped with vital signs measuring device with infrared sensor technology. This product is created to overcome the problems ofHikari Dental Clinic, in carrying out its services, but they don’t have dental units that can be carried everywhere (portable) and they have limited dental medical health workers. The steps in the making of DUPLEX-10 are: survey of pa1rtner needs, product designing, props manufacturing, product testing, evaluation and finishing. After the product had finished, a trial was carried out at Salman Al-Farisi Islamic Kindergarten, Yogyakarta. Modifications to the product include the addition of hydraulic, the use of hard case, thickness and adjustment of dental chair foam, the use of dental lamps, the use of carrying bags, and the addition of vital sign measuring device placed on the dental chair components. The product trial result is increasing of the number of services, reaching up to three to five folds. A routine implementation of DUPLEX-10 for field promotion will multiply the number of services and increase the productivity as well as the income of the research’s partner. Keywords: Portable dental unit, ergonomics, vital sign
- Novel Covid-19
Location: Toronto, Canada
Jinnah Medical & Dental College, Karachi, Pakistan.
Bashair Ahmed is a 22 year old final year dental student currently enrolled in Jinnah Medical and Dental College, Karachi, Pakistan.
With the ongoing pandemic which took a huge toll on everybody’s lifestyle, she used her research skills and personal hands on experience in treating dental patients to review how COVID-19, which is here to stay, has affected dental setting around the world.
Novel Covid-19 has taken the world by storm with 41,104,946 confirmed cases of Covid-19, including 1,128,325 deaths as of October 22, 2020 after it was firstly reported in Wuhan, China. According to biological and clinical research, the mode of transmission of this zoonotic virus has confirmed to be through respiratory droplets which leaves the dental healthcare professionals under the high risk category of contacting the virus as dentistry involves the use of rotary dental and surgical instruments i.e. hand pieces or ultrasonic scalers which create a visible spray that can contain particle droplets of saliva,water, blood & microorganisms. Once present in the human body, SARS-CoV-2 is present abundantly in nasopharyngeal and salivary secretions of affected patients who can be either symptomatic or asymptomatic. Additionally, with basic surgical masks not being 100 percent effective against the aerosols dental practitioners were left ill-fitted to combat the virus during the initial surge when treating dental emergencies such as dentoalveolar trauma and progressive fascial space infection. This article, based of literature review & experience, describes how Covid-19 has brought changes in dental healthcare for both dental learning students and professionals in terms of continuing education/learning hands-on, in patient screening as the oral symptoms of Covid-19 such as xerostomia and loss of taste distinct to normal flu-like symptoms can help with diagnosis, how practice of strict infection control strategies with correct donning and doffing of PPE is now more important than before and a different approach to patient management protocol.
- Preventive Dentistry
Location: Toronto, Canada
University of Liverpool, DCT 3
Maria Jackson graduated from University of Liverpool in 2017 in Bachelor of Dental Surgery. She has since worked in a general dental practice, community dental service centre, 2 different dental hospitals and 3 different general hospitals. She is looking to specialise in Special care dentistry and is currently undertaking a DCT 3 year at Liverpool Dental Hospital.
The dental patients that are seen at SRFT services often have a high caries risk due to many different reasons such as an inability to brush properly through either a disability or living circumstances. In 2007 Public Health England published a toolkit for dentists with guidance of preventative aids to help reduce tooth decay which includes appropriate fluoride intervention for patients.
Aims and Objectives
The aims of this retrospective study and audit was to find out if SRFT dental services are following fluoride intervention guidelines for every patient or whether more can be done to ensure we are helping our patients to prevent tooth decay.
120 child and adult examination notes were assessed at random from 6 different dentists (20 from each). The criteria used to assess the notes was whether patient’s oral hygiene status was documented, whether the patient had been caries risk assessed, and if high caries risk, was fluoride varnish or a fluoride prescription provided.
83% of notes at the patient’s oral hygiene status documented, 82% of notes had been caries risk assessed and 49% of high caries risk patients had the appropriate fluoride intervention.
Improvements across all categories are required including what is documented in patient notes and following fluoride prevention guidelines to provide excellent care to our patients and help to reduce caries risk.
- Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Location: Toronto, Canada
Tashkent State Dental Institute , Tashkent
Ikrom Mukimov,Tashkent State Dental Institute , Tashkent
Actuality. Congenital cleft lip and palate - a severe malformation of the maxillofacial region, which is characterized by severe structural and functional disorders. The large number of patients with facial skeleton deformities primarily determines the importance of the problem of developing and improving surgical treatment methods for patients with jaw deformities after eliminating cleft lip and palate.
Keywords: maxillary osteotomy, retrognathia of upper jaw .
Purpose of the study. To increase the efficiency of rehabilitation of patients with CLP, accompanied by functional and aesthetic disorders of the middle zone of the face after chielo – and palatoplasty, due to the development of planning algorithms and complex surgical treatment.
Material and methods. To prevent technical errors during bimaxillary osteotomy, we proposed the use of intermediate mouthguards. To obtain the optimal result of surgical treatment before surgery , the optimal position of the upper and lower jaw was planned together with the orthodontist . The first kappa is the new position of the upper jaw and the old position of the lower jaw (for the exact placement of the upper jaw in a new final position). The second kappa is the new position of the upper and lower jaws ( for the final fixations of the lower jaw in the new position of the upper jaw)
The results of the study. After an osteotomy of the upper jaw according to Lefort I and extension to a new position using intermediate kappa cotter pins, the SNA angle was 82.1 ± 2.1 degrees, the ANB angle was 2.1 ± 1.2 degrees, and after the lower jaw was displaced posteriorly, the SNB angle was 79.4 ± 2.2 degrees. Control cephalometric measurements in the dynamics of observation, performed after 12 (T3) and 24 (T4) months, showed a stable position of the upper and lower jaw. In 20 patients, relapses of angular and linear parameters were not observed.
According to clinical and radiological studies and assessment of the state of occlusion, bimaxillary surgical treatment gives a stable anatomical and functional result in 87% of patients. An increase in U 6- Ptv and a significant improvement in the angular parameters of ANB , SNA , SNB and SNPog indicate a change in the position of the upper and lower jaws relative to the base of the skull and relative to each other. In 13% of patients in whom the reverse sagittal displacement of the upper jaw was noted, the deformation became less pronounced than before the operation. After bimaxillary surgery the proposed method patients improved cephalometric indicators SNA , which from left 82,5 ± 2 , 1 , SNB 79.4 ± 2.2, ANB 2 , 1 ± 0.3 . Cephalometric measurements in dynamics after 12 and 24 months revealed a stable position of the upper and lower jaws.