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  1. 1. ‫الملك عبد اهلل بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‬ ‫خادم الحرمين الشريفين‬ The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
  2. 2. ‫صاحب السمو الملكي األمير‬‫سلطان بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‬ ‫ولي العهد ونائب رئيس مجلس الوزراء‬ ‫وزير الدفاع و الطيران و المفتش العام‬ ‫‪His Royal Highness Crown‬‬ ‫‪Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud‬‬
  3. 3. ‫صاحب السمو الملكي‬‫األمير نايف بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‬‫النائب الثاني لرئيس مجلس الوزراء وزير الداخلية‬ His Royal Highness 2nd Deputy Prim minster Minister of the Interior Prince Nayef Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud
  4. 4. ‫صاحب السمو الملكي‬‫األمير سلمان بن عبد العزيز آل سعود‬ ‫أمير منطقة الرياض‬ ‫‪Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud‬‬ ‫‪Governor of Riyadh‬‬
  5. 5. ‫كلمة رئيس اللجنة المنظمة‬‫بإسم منسوبي كليات الرياض لطب األسنان و الصيدلة يسرني أن أرحب بكم لحضور‬‫فعاليات لقاء و معرض الرياض الدولي الخامس لطب األسنان و الذي يعقد ضمن‬‫سلسلة متواصلة سنويا ً من المؤتمرات التي تفخر كليات الرياض بتنظيمها بعد‬‫حصولها على موافقة المقام السامي و تشجيع معالي وزير التعليم العالي منذ خمس‬ ‫سنوات و لمدة خمس سنوات قادمة بإذن هللا تعالى .‬‫و تهدف كليات الرياض من تنظيم هذا المؤتمرإلى إتاحة الفرصة لطلبتها لإلستفادة من‬‫الخبرات العلمية و المهنية لألساتذة و اإلستشاريون الذين دعتهم الكليات من أمريكا و‬ ‫بريطانيا و سويسرا و ايطاليا و اليابان و الدول العربية و المملكة .‬‫كما تقدم الكليات من خالل هذا المؤتمر برنامجا ً علميا ً ألطباء األسنان و المهتمين‬‫بصحة الفم لإلستفادة من البرنامج العلمي الذي اعتمدت ساعاته الهيئة السعودية‬‫للتخصصات الصحية 32 ساعة للبرنامج العام و عشرون ساعة للدورات المتخصصة‬‫و هذا يحقق أحد أهداف إنشاء الكليات إال وهو المساهمة في تطوير المهن الصحية و‬ ‫تشجيع حركة البحث العملي بالمملكة .‬‫إن دعم حكومة خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك عبد هللا بن عبد العزيز للتعليم العالي‬‫بصفة عامة و التعليم العالي األهلي بصفة خاصة لهو السبب الرئيسي بعد توفيق هللا‬ ‫إلى هذه النهضة العلمية المباركة التي تشهدها بالدنا الحبيبة .‬‫وال يسعنا إال أن نرفع أسمى آيات الشكر و التقدير بإسم منسوبي و طلبة الكليات إلى‬‫خادم الحرمين الشريفين و حكومته الرشيدة على الدعم السخي لبرنامج المنح الداخلية‬‫للجامعات األهلية و كذلك دعم برنامج أطباء اإلمتياز ، و الشكر موصول لمعالي وزير‬‫التعليم العالي الدكتور خالد العنقري و معاونيه على تذلليل الصعاب و مساندة التعليم‬ ‫األهلي في جميع خطواته حتى وصل إلى مستوى متقدم و هلل الحمد .‬‫وال أنسى أن أنسب الفضل إلى أهلـه ، بتخريج أول الدفعات من جميع برامج الكليات‬‫( طب األسنان ـ الصيدلة ـ المختبرات الطبية ـ صحة الفم ) وهم زمالئي أعضاء هيئة‬‫التدريس بالكليات و فريق العمادات و اإلدارات المساندة على الجهودة المباركة فشكرا‬ ‫لكم .‬‫و مرة أخرى أكرر ترحيبي بضيوفنا من خارج و داخل المملكة و أشكر لهم مشاركتهم‬ ‫في مؤتمرنا .‬ ‫و هللا أسال أن يوفق الجميع لما يحبه و يرضاه .‬ ‫أ.د عبد اهلل ركيب الشمري‬ ‫رئيس كليات الرياض لطب األسنان و الصيدلة‬ ‫رئيس اللجنة المنظمة‬
  6. 6. Messeage from the Rector / ChairmanOn behalf of Riyadh Colleges of Dentistryand Pharmacy (RCDP), the sponsorof this conference and the OrganizingCommittee, it is my distinct pleasureand honor to welcome you all to thetwo-day conference of the 5th RiyadhInternational Dental Meeting & Exhibition(RIDME) with the theme: “New Era inEsthetic Dentistry”. This conferenceis the 5th of ten annual meetings onDentistry and Pharmacy that have beenofficially approved to hold between 2005(1426) and September 2015 (1436).The approval is an obvious mark of therecognition and importance attached bythe Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Dentistryand Pharmacy.The conference features a Pre-Conference Symposium on “What arethe Attributes of an Ideal Dentist in 2020”, IADR-Saudi Section ScientificMeeting, Clinical general and specialized dental practice and Continuingeducation courses.The great cooperation and interest of the leading dental companies in theKingdom of Saudi Arabia also enhance the learning content of the 2-dayconference.The Goals of this meeting as envisioned by the College organizingcommittee include:• disseminating and exchanging information on the most currentadvancements in different aspects of Dentistry – education, care andresearch.• disseminating this information to dental researchers, clinicians, trainees,students and others who attend the meeting.• bringing the original and latest dental instruments and equipment that willbe show-cased in the exhibition.• bringing the original and latest dental research that will be presented inthe IADR-Saudi Section Scientific Meeting.• highlighting the role of Riyadh Colleges, a private higher institution oflearning, as a committed contributor to the advancement of Dentistry inSaudi Arabia.We are particularly delighted that in this year’s conference, dental internswho graduated from our College of Dentistry are participating in oral andposter presentations.We hope you will enjoy the Conference. ‫أ.د عبد اهلل ركيب الشمري‬ ‫رئيس كليات الرياض لطب األسنان و الصيدلة‬ ‫رئيس اللجنة المنظمة‬ Prof. Abdullah R. Al Shammery Rector, Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry & Pharmacy Chairman of Organizing Committee
  7. 7. Welcome from the DEANWith great pride and honor, I welcomeyou all to the two-day dental conferenceof the 5th Riyadh International DentalMeeting & Exhibition. This year’s themeis “New Era in Esthetic Dentistry”.The College of Dentistry continues toorganize structured dental meetingsand conferences as extra-curricularand continuous education activitiesfor all dental professionals acrossthe Kingdom of Saudi Arabia therebyupdating participants with innovativeadvancements and current scientificresearch reports.Cutting-edge technology in health education, clinical care, diseaseprevention, health promotion and management is driving healthprofessions today. Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy is proudto be part of this exciting experience.The technical exhibition of the conference is superb and we expectthe delegates to visit the exhibition hall to appreciate the latest dentalinstruments and equipments. ‫الدكتور صالح الشمراني‬ ‫عميد كلية طب األسنان‬ ‫كليات الرياض لطب األسنان و الصيدلة‬ Dr. Saleh Al Shamrani Dean, College of Dentistry Riyadh College of Dentistry and Pharmacy
  8. 8. Greetings from the Organizing CommitteeThe Organizing Committee of the 5thRiyadh International Dental Meeting andExhibition welcomes all the delegatesattending this meeting – Deans of dentalschools, national principal dental officers,presidents of dental associations,keynote speakers, session speakers,representatives of the industry andstudents. Your presence is highly valued.We notice that every year, attendanceat our conferences continues to go up.The Organizing Committee is delightedat this because it is an indication of thequality and relevance of the Themes ofthese conferences. Riyadh Colleges ofDentistry and Pharmacy will continue to guarantee that these conferencesincluding the Pre and Post-conference continuing education courses andsymposia are of high quality.In particular, we thank the regional and international speakers fromoutside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for gracing the Conference withtheir participation and presentations. Our partners in oral health caredelivery, the dental industry representatives from near and far, arestrongly represented at this meeting. We thank them for their presenceand support. They exhibit the “latest and the best” dental hardwareequipment and instruments which will surely enhance the “best practice”of the dental professionals.The time may be short but the Organizing Committee hopes thatdelegates can squeeze in a few hours to visit some notable Riyadhlandmarks described elsewhere in this brochure.We wish you an enjoyable meeting. Prof. Hezekiah A. Mosadomi Chairman, Scientific Committee
  9. 9. 5th RIDME About 5th Riyadh International Dental Meeting & Exhibition This is the Fifth of ten preapproved Conferences that Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy has been sponsoring since 2005. Official approval for these International Conferences was obtained in 2005. The theme of this year’s conference is “New Era in Esthetic Dentistry” although other different areas of Dentistry are also addressed. Presenting conferences that cover dental education, dental research, quality control is in keeping with the expectations of the Ministry of Higher Education of Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which approved the meetings. The objectives of this conference are stated by the College Organizing Committee as follows: • disseminating and exchanging information on the most current advancements in different aspects of Dentistry – education, care and research. • disseminating this information to dental researchers, clinicians, trainees, students and others who attend the meeting. • bringing the original and latest dental instruments and equipment that will be show-cased in the exhibition. • bringing the original and latest dental research that will be presented in the IADR-Saudi Section Scientific Meeting. • highlighting the role of Riyadh Colleges, a private higher institution of learning, as a committed contributor to the advancement of Dentistry in Saudi Arabia. International speakers, including a significant number from Arab countries will participate as speakers in the Conference sessions. The topics of the keynote speakers are as varied as they are interesting. In addition to professional enrichment, participants at the Conference are opportuned to socialize. The Organizing Committee also expects delegates to have time to visit Saudi Arabian cultural monuments. Scientific meetings are avenues to achieve continuing professional education. It is hoped that the full program of the 5th Riyadh International Dental Meeting & Exhibition will achieve this.14
  10. 10. Organizing CommitteeProf. Abdullah R. Al ShammeryChairmanDr. Saleh Al ShamraniCoordinatorProf. Fahad J. Al ShammeryMemberProf. Hezekiah A. MosadomiMemberProf. Nagy El PrinceMemberDr. Mohammad Al OmariMemberProf. Hossam KandilMemberDr. Khalid MarzoukMemberDr. Zaki FakihaMemberDr. Ghousia RahmanMemberDr. Jamal Al SaneaMemberMr. Muhanna S. Al MuhanaMemberMr. Abdullah Al MudhiMemberMr. Omar AllamMemberMr. Rex N. NoblejasMember 15
  11. 11. RCDP Overview Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy Overview Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy is a privately supported post- secondary educational institution located in Riyadh in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The College was officially granted approval in February 2004 by the Ministry of Higher Education of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to offer professional baccalaureate degree programs in Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, Dental Assisting, Pharmacy and Medical Laboratory Technology and Nursing. The College is open to all applicants who meet the admission requirements regardless of nationality, age, and gender. Instructional sessions are separately held for males and females. The College is not just an institution of courses, classrooms, laboratories, library facilities and offices. It is basically made up of people who aspire to make significant contributions to the health of the community, the country, and the world at large. The students may expect to find friendly academic and administrative staff who are committed to the noble goal of making available the best quality education that the College could offer in dentistry, pharmacy, medical laboratory technology and other allied health sciences. In 2008 that the College got the approval and accreditation both from Ministry of Higher Education and the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties to start the Postgraduate Dental Studies for the Master of Science Degree in Dentistry and the Competency Certificate in Dental Specialties. It was also in 2008 when the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties granted accreditation and approval for the RCDP to operate as the training center for the Saudi Board programs in different specialties.16
  12. 12. RCDP Overview Mission Statement Dedicated teaching, excellent training, outstanding research and provision of quality care for the society Vision To become one of the most preeminent higher educational institutions of learning locally, regionally and internationally. Goals• Graduating competent health professional to meet the needs of the society.• Participating in integrated services in health specialties to the society.• Engaging in scientific research in health disciplines that benefit the society.• Providing graduate study programs in health specialties.• Developing disease prevention and health promotion programs for the community in cooperation with other health professionals.• Providing continuing education programs for health professionals in various specialties through conferences, meetings and workshops. Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy 17
  13. 13. Riyadh Landmarks Riyadh, which lies in the Central Region, is the capital city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and now rivals any modern city in the world in the splendor of its architecture. Broad highways sweep through the city, passing over or under each other in an impressive and still growing road network. Trees now bedeck the broad streets and avenues, giving pleasure to passers-by and shade to those who linger beneath them. Today the city extends for some 600 square miles (1600 square kilometers) and has a population of more than 5.8 million. The name Riyadh is derived from the Arabic word meaning a place of gardens and trees («rawdah»). With many wadis (a former water course, now dry) in the vicinity, Riyadh has been since antiquity a fertile area set in the heartland of the Arabian Peninsula. Of all the Kingdom›s developmental achievements, Riyadh is perhaps the most obvious and accessible to the foreign visitor. From the moment a visitor arrives at the King Khalid International Airport, a marvellous complex which welded traditional Arab style with the best of modern architecture in a happy mix of spacious practicality to the time the hotel is reached, the visitor cannot but be impressed by the expansive development of Riyadh. The Municipality of the city has 17 branches in various quarters. The main features of Riyadh are: QASR-AL-HUKM AREA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT The Qasr-al-Hukm Area Development Project lies in the center of the city of Riyadh where the office of the Governor of the Riyadh region is located. The Project was designed to develop the area around the Governor›s palace, while preserving the sites of historical interest which lie within the area - most notably, the Al-Masmak Palace from which Abdul Aziz (Ibn Saud) set out to unify the Kingdom early in the 20th century. The site includes both cultural and commercial centers, together with all the other facilities of a modern city center. In the heart of the development is Qasr-al-Hukm, the office of the Governor of Riyadh, containing the administrative offices of the Governorate and the Grand Reception Hall where, in the Kingdom›s tradition of consultation, the Governor receives citizens, listens to their problems and ensures that he is kept fully informed of all aspects of the region›s life.18
  14. 14. Riyadh LandmarksDIPLOMATIC QUARTERApart from its importance as a seat of government and as a thrivingcommercial center, Riyadh is also a center of Arab diplomacy.Located five miles (8 km) from the center of the city of Riyadh, onhigh ground overlooking the Wadi Hanifa and the vast expanse ofdesert behind, lies the Diplomatic Quarter. This unique complexof diplomatic buildingsand facilities, housing theembassies and consulatesof many countries, occupiesan area of 8.4 million squareyards (7 million squaremeters) and is the venuefor many international Arabmeetings.THE MINISTRY OF INFORMATION COMPLEX This broadcasting nerve center contains the Ministry of Information, Broadcasting station and television studio. It is capped by a 176 meter tower of Ornate design.THE FOREIGN MINISTRY COMPLEXThe Foreign MinistryComplex in Riyadh is oneof the most outstandingexamples of modernarchitecture in the entireKingdom of Saudi Arabia.Its combination of elementsof traditional Arabic designwith the most modernconstruction techniques furnishes a magnificent example of theharmony that can be achieved when tradition and modernity areblended together with care and sensitivity. 19
  15. 15. Riyadh Landmarks THE MINISTRY OF INTERIOR This example of massive modern design hovers over one of the city›s central areas. KING FAHD INTERNATIONAL STADIUM Designed in a shape of a large round Arabic tent, this lavish stadium contains a football field accommodates 80,000 fans. The King Fahd International Stadium, which can accommodate 80,000 spectators, was established by the General Presidency of Youth Welfare in 1988. Its remarkable tent-like design, constructed from hard- wearing, fireproof material, is the venue for many major events in the Kingdom. KING KHALID INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT The King Khalid International Airport was opened in 1983 (140304/ AH). Located 35 kilometers north of Riyadh, with a land area of 225 square kilometers, the King Khalid International Airport is a masterpiece of modern architecture, blending traditional Arab design with the requirements of efficiency, and incorporating into the whole the essential Islamic character of the Kingdom. It is decorated with the works of many Saudi artists. It has four terminals and, from its inauguration, had the capacity to handle 7.5 million passengers a year. By the year 2000 (142021/ AH), its capacity was more than 8.3 million passengers a year.20
  16. 16. Riyadh LandmarksRIYADH ZOO The Riyadh Zoo is one of the most popular leisure facilities in Riyadh. The Riyadh Zoo, first formed in 1957, was originally a small-scale affair, consisting of animals presented as gifts to the first three kings of Saudi Arabia. In 1987, a new and entirely refurbished zoo was opened.The new Riyadh Zoo was designed to provide the animals with roomto move and suitable places to rest. Today the Riyadh Zoo containssome 40 species, including bears, birds of prey, camels, elephants,hyenas, gazelles, leopards, lamas, lions, monkeys, rhinoceroses,tigers and a number of reptiles.WATER TOWERThe location of the capital of theKingdom of Saudi Arabia in the heartof the Arabian Peninsula has meantthat the provision of adequate suppliesof water has always been a priority.The area was rich in natural watersupplies in earlier times but, with thedramatic expansion of Riyadh city,it was inevitable that water supplieswouldbecome depleted. The drilling of deepartesian wells was explored as onesolution. An artesian well with a depthof 4,600 feet (1,400 meters) was drilled, with success, in 1956 butit was quickly realized that such methods, which ran the dangerof contaminating the water table with sea water from the easternregion, could not provide a long-term solution.KING ABDULAZIZ CENTER (NATIONAL MUSEUM) The National Museum occupies a vast area on the premises of the King Abdul Aziz Historical Centre. The museum has an interesting display of manuscripts, documents, antiques and much more. All the eight halls have the display arranged in a chronological order - fromthe creation of the earth and universe to present day Riyadh, it›sall there! 21
  17. 17. Riyadh City Overview KING FAHAD NATIONAL LIBRARY MUSEUM The museum is specialized in keeping and presenting rare manuscripts and books in addition to a collection of different coins. The museum has obtained original manuscripts estimated to be 300 in number, in addition to 12,000 microfilmed photos of manuscripts besides 14,000 manuscripts tombstones and tools used in writing. There are about 10,000 rare books besides 13,000 on microfilms. The museum includes a manuscript of the Holy Book that goes back to the Third Hijra Century. It is a Kufi Holy Book written on leather. AL FAISALIYAH CENTER The Al Faisaliyah Center is a commercial skyscraper located in the business district of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the second tallest building in Saudi Arabia after the Kingdom Centre. Immediately below it an outside viewing deck; at ground level, there is a shopping center with major world brands. The Al Faisaliyah Center is about 267 meters high and consists of 44 floors. BURJ AL-MAMLAKA Kingdom Centre also called Burj Al- Mamlaka is a skyscraper located in the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. It is the tallest skyscraper in Saudi Arabia (will be surpassed by Abraj Al Bait Towers) and the 55th tallest building in the world with a height of 302.3 m (992 ft). It›s also the third tallest building with hole in the world (after SWFC and Tuntex Sky Tower).[3] It is also host to the highest mosque in the world after the mosque in the Burj Khalifa. The Tower Contains a total of 41 floors and 2 basement levels.[1] The Kingdom Centre is owned by Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, a prince of the Saudi royal family. It is also the headquarters of his holding company: Kingdom Holding Company. The total cost of the project was US$ 1 billion[citation needed] and the contract was taken by Saudi Arabian Al-Seif and The Italian Impregilo22
  18. 18. Pre-Conference SymposiumTuesday, 14 December 2010 , 8:00PM - 10:30PM`
  19. 19. Pre-Conference Symposium Symposium on What are the Attributes of IDEAL Dentist in 2020 RCDP King Fahad Campus Function Hall - 7th Floor 8 Muharram 1432 [14 December 2010] 8:00 – 10:30 PM Rapporteur : Prof. Abdullah R. Al Shammery Time Activity 07:00 – 08:00 Registration 08:00 – 08:15 Prof. Abdullah R. Al Shammery Rector Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy “Symposium Objectives” 08:15 – 08:25 Dr Saleh Al Shamrani Dean, College of Dentistry, RCDP 08:25 – 08:35 Prof. Safouh Al Bouni Former President, Syrian Dental Association 08:35 – 08:45 Point of View of Students/Recent Graduate 08:45 – 09:05 Discussion 09:05 – 09:15 Prof. Mounir Abdallah Doumit Dean, Lebanese University 09:15 – 09:25 Dr. Ahmed Al Kahtani President, Saudi Dental Society 09:25 – 09:35 Public 09:35 – 09:55 Discussion 09:55 – 10:30 Recommendation24
  20. 20. Invited Guests DeansProf. Khalid Bin Ali Al WazzanDean, College of Dentistry, King Saud University KSADr. Fahad Ahmad Al HarbiDean, College of Dentistry, University of Damman KSAProf. Walid MurshidDean, College of Dentistry, Taibah University KSADr. Abdulghani I. MiraDean, College of Dentistry, King Abdulaziz University KSAProf. Mounir Abdallah DoumitDean, Lebanese University, School of Dentistry LebanonProf. Richard IbbetsonDirector, Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Studies UKProf. Essam Mohamed Hassan OsmanDean, Dental College, Arabic University LEBANONProf. Mohamed Mazen Mohamed Khalid KabbaniDean, Dental College, University of Aleppo SYRIAProf. Mohamad Hasan YousefDean, Dental College,University of Damascus SYRIAProf. Tarek Mostafa Muhamed El SharkawyDean, Misr University for Science & Technology EGYPTProf. Fouad Al-Mahdy Al-Belasy Mohammed GhoneimDean, Mansoura University, Cairo EGYPTProf. Kifah Al JamaniDean, Jordan University JORDANDr. Jawad BehbbehaniDean, College of Dentistry, Kuwait University KUWAIT 25
  21. 21. Invited Guests Presidents of Dental Organizations Dr. Mourad Abdel Salam Yousef President, Egyptian Dental Association Prof. Mohamed Sherine Ibrahim El Attar President, Alexandria Oral Implantology Association Prof. Issam Mustafa Chaaban President, Syrian Oral Maxillofacial Association Prof. Safouh Al Bouni Former President, Syrian Dental Association Prof. Ahmed Osman Hassan Rizig President, Sudanese Dental Association Dr. Ahmad Al Kubaissy Refaat Vice President, Syrian Dental Association Dr. Mohamed Ali Saada President, Lebanese Dental Association-Tripoli Dr. Barakat H. M. Al Ja’Bari President, Arab Dental Federation, Jordan Dr. Yasin Moh’d Sayel El-Husban Chairman, Jordanian Dental Board Specialty Dr. Raja Kadhem President, Bahrain Dental Society Dr. Mohammed Hassan Al Jishi Former President, Arab Dental Union Dr. Hamad Al Harthy President, Oman Dental Society Dr. Mohammad Sultan Al Darwish Head, Dental Department, Qatar Medical Society26
  22. 22. List of SpeakersProf. Geoffrey H. Moody UKProf. Richard Ibbetson UKProf. Adrian Lussi SwitzerlandProf. Konrad Wangerin GermanyProf. Elsayed H. Elgazzaz EgyptProf. Marwan Mouakeh SyriaProf. Mohamed Ekram EgyptProf. Samia El Azab KSAProf. Mahmood Qureshi PakistanProf. Gamal Kenawy KSAProf. Farouk Sakr KSADr. Paul Brandt South AfricaDr. Omar Zidan USADr. Elie Ferneni USADr. Georg Bayer GermanyDr. Markus Kopp GermanyDr. Riccardo Ammannato ItalyDr. Ahmed Ayoub EgyptDr. Talal Al Diri Syria 27
  23. 23. List of Speakers Dr. Khalil Al Ali KSA Dr. Othman Abdulrahim Wali KSA Dr. Ahmed Shamiyah KSA Dr. Dania Islam KSA Dr. Ali Mohamed El-Sheikh KSA Dr. Farhan Raza Khan Pakistan Dr. Abdullah Al Kreidis KSA Dr. Bishi Al Qarni KSA Dr. Mohammad Hammo Jordan Dr. Fahad Hussain Al Qahtani KSA Dr. Shereen Shokry KSA Dr. Mohammad Rayyan KSA Dr. Dalal Al Qahtani KSA Dr. Ammar Mashlah Syria Dr. Haneen Al Shukairi KSA Dr. Anas Damlakhi Syria Dr. Hans van der Elst UAE Dr. Gnasasagar Thirukonda KSA Dr. Sharat Pani KSA Dr. Khaldoon AbuAfifeh Jordan28
  24. 24. List of GuestsProf. Khalid Bin Ali Al Wazzan KSAProf. Mourad Abdel Salam Yousef EgyptProf. Hatem Abdelrahman Osman EgyptProf. Mohamed Sherine Ibrahim El Attar EgyptProf. Magid Amin Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim EgyptProf. Tarek Abbas Hassan Ahmed EgyptProf. Safouh Al Bouni SyriaProf. Mounir Abdallah Doumit LebanonProf. Essam Mohamed Hassan Osman LebanonProf. Fouad Al-Mahdy Al-Belasy Ghoneim EgyptProf. Hesham Abdelmegid Elsayed Katmish EgyptProf. Issam Mustafa Chaaban SyriaProf. Tarek Mostafa Muhamed El Sharkawy EgyptProf. Ahmed Osman Hassan Rizig SudanProf. Mohamad Hasan Yousef SyriaDr. Nesrin Faisal Al Saud KSADr. Sager AlHomaida KuwaitDr. Ahmad Al Kubaissy Refaat SyriaDr. M. Hisham Mhd Adib Burhani LebanonDr. Mohamed Mazen Kabbani SyriaDr. Mahmoud Khalid El Mais LebanonDr. Mohamed Ali Saada LebanonDr. Abdallah Ghaleb Abdullah Amran YemenDr. Tony Dib LebanonDr. Barakat H. M. Al Ja’Bari JordanDr. Yasin Moh’d Sayel El-Husban JordanDr. Kifah Al Jamani Jordan 29
  25. 25. List of Guests Dr. Raja Kadhem Bahrain Dr. Mohammed Hassan Al Jishi Bahrain Dr. Hamad Al Harthy Oman Dr. Mohammad Sultan Al Darwish Qatar Dr. Jawad Behbbehani Kuwait Dr. Walid Murshid KSA Dr. Fahad Ahmad Al Harbi KSA Ms. Solange Sfeir Lebanon Dr. Bassam Lemjawi KSA Prof. Yousef Talic KSA Dr. Mesaad Bahatheq KSA Dr. Khalid Al Thekry KSA Dr. Mohammed A. Al Rafee KSA Dr. Mostafa Al Nomaine KSA Dr. Saud Orfali KSA Dr. Sulaiman Al Emran KSA Dr. Abdullah Refeidi KSA Dr. Abdullah Faleh Al Nefie KSA Dr. Hesham Saleh Khalil KSA Dr. Sameer Abdullah Radwan KSA Dr. Abdulwahab Basalom KSA Dr. Saad Al Maie KSA Prof. Wedad Yassin Awliya KSA Dr. Essam Al Ehaidri KSA Dr. Khalid Al Hamdan KSA Dr. Mohamed Abdullah Wahabi KSA Dr. Khalid Al Saif KSA Dr. Fouad Ahmad Banan KSA30
  26. 26. Sci. Prog. - Day 1, 15 Dec 2010 Wednesday, 9 Muharram 1432 [15 December 2010] Conference Hall-A & B Chairman: Dr. Zaki Fakiha Co-Chairmen: Dr. Omar Khadi & Dr. Mohamed Al ShehriSS No. Time Speaker & Topic 08:00 - 05:00 RegistrationSS-1 09:00 - 10:00 Dr. Omar Zidan (Guest Speaker) University of Minnesota, USA “CAD-CAM Dental Systems: Present Status and Future Outlook” 10:00 - 11:00 Dr. Elie M. Ferneini (Guest Speaker) University of Connecticut, Connecticut, USA “Facial Sculpture & Shaping: Beyond Lines and Wrinkles” 11:00 – 11:45 Prof. Adrian Lussi (Guest Speaker) University of Bern, Switzerland ““Dental Erosion-Diagnosis- Riskfactor-Prevention” 11:45 – 12:30 Opening Ceremony – Exhibition 12:30 – 14:00 Prayer/ Lunch Wednesday, 9 Muharram 1432 [15 December 2010] Conference Hall- B Chairman: Dr. Mansour Assery Co-Chairmen: Dr. Sultan Al Shammery & Dr. Fahad Al SalehSS No. Time Speaker & TopicSS-2 14:00 – 14:30 Dr. Ahmed Halim Ayoub (Speaker) Egyptian Society of Oral Implantology, Alexandria, Egypt “Bone splitting and expansion” 14:30 – 15:00 Dr. Khalil Al Ali (Speaker) King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA Porcelain Laminate Veneers: “Prep” vs. “No Prep” 15:00 – 15:30 Dr. Markus Kopp Intercompany Manager DENTSPLY’s Global Restorative Franchise, Germany “Recent Advances in Posterior Composite and Glass Ionomer Technology” 15:30 – 15:45 Discussion 15:45 – 16:15 Exhibition Visit/Prayer/Coffee Break 31
  27. 27. Sci. Prog. - Day 1, 15 Dec 2010 Chairman: Prof. Hossam Kandil Co-Chairmen: Dr. Abdulmalik Ghandourah & Dr. Mazen Al Shalhoob SS No. Time Speaker & Topic SS-3 16:15 – 16:45 Prof. Mohamed Ekram I. H. (Speaker) Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt “How to improve your practice outcome and increase your income by using CBCT” 16:45 – 17:15 Mr. Riccardo Ammannato Independent Lecturer, Genova, Italy “Layering with Composite” 17:15 – 17:45 Dr. Dania W. Islam (Speaker) King Fahad General Hospital Dental Center, Jeddah, KSA “Esthetic Challenges in MIH (Molar Incisor Hypomineralization” 17:45 – 18:00 Discussion32
  28. 28. Sci. Prog. - Day 1, 15 Dec 2010 Wednesday, 9 Muharram 1432 [15 December 2010] Conference Hall-B Chairman: Dr. Khalid Marzouk Co-Chairmen: Dr. Jabir Al Rashid & Dr. Suleiman Al BlowiSS No. Time Speaker & TopicSS-2 14:00 – 14:30 Dr. Talal Al Diri (Speaker) University of Aleppo, Aleppo, Syria “Plastic – Aesthetical Periodontal Surgery, Covering Exposed Root Surfaces” 14:30 – 15:00 Dr. Othman Abdulrahim Wali (Speaker) King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital, Jeddah, KSA “Esthetic Root Coverage using Acellular Dermal Matrix” 15:00 – 15:30 Dr. Ahmed Shamiyah (Speaker) Consultant Prosthodontist, Riyadh, KSA “Replacing Mandibular Central Incisors” 15:30 – 15:45 Discussion 15:45 – 16:15 Exhibition Visit/Prayer/Coffee Break Chairman: Prof. Nagy El Prince Co-Chairmen: Dr. Munther Abu Mismar & Dr. Eyad BasheerSS No. Time Speaker & TopicSS-3 16:15 – 16:45 Dr. Samir Khoury (Speaker) Dr. Samir Khoury Clinic, Beirut, Lebanon “Immediate Implant Placement: Rationale and Application” 16:45 – 17:15 Dr. Ali Mohamed El-Sheikh (Speaker) Dammam Dental Center, Dammam Medical Complex, KSA “Screw- versus cement-retained implant restorations: Current concepts” 17:15 – 17:45 Prof. Elsayed H. Elgazzaz (Speaker) G. Organization of Teaching Hospitals, Egypt “Dental Implants in Grafted Jaw Bones” 17:45 – 18:00 Discussion 33
  29. 29. Day 1 AbstractsWednesday , 15 December 2010
  30. 30. Abstract No. 01 Omar Zidan BDS, HDD, MS, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Operative Dentistry School of Dentistry University of Minnesota Minnesota, USA CAD-CAM Dental Systems: Present Status and Future Outlook Conference Hall-A 09:00 – 10:00 The past two decades have witnessed significant changesin our life style due to digital technology. The internet, satellites,cell phones, revolutionized access to information and our methodsto communicate. Gigabytes of digital documents, audio and videofiles can be held in the palm of our hand. While digital technologyis being incorporated in all facets of life, dentistry has been quitesuccessful in adapting this technology from other fields to create newdiagnostic tools and new treatment delivery systems. Examples ofsuch novel technology application range from the basic use of adigital camera for case analysis, documentation and presentation,to the use of digital radiology and cone beam CT to create detailed3-D images of soft tissues and bones. A revolutionary use of 3-Dimaging is the ability to create digital impressions and virtual modelsand using sophisticated software to fabricate dental restorations, afield known as Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Computer-AidedManufacturing (CAM). CAD CAM was introduced to dentistry in theearly 1980. Presently multiple CAD-CAM systems are available toboth dental labs and to dentists. These systems can be categorizedto the chair-side in-office systems, the dental laboratory systems,and the dental laboratory-production center systems. In the in-officesystems, a virtual model of the preparation is produced through adigital scan. The restoration is designed virtually and then milledchair-side allowing for a single appointment indirect estheticporcelain restoration. Examples for the chair-side systems arethe Cerec from Sirona and the E4D from D4D technologies. Thedental laboratory systems require the dentist to send an impressioneither physical or digital of the prepared and opposing teeth to thelaboratory. The dental laboratory scans the model and designsthe restorations using data acquisition and design software. Thedata are fed to a unit to mill the restoration. The restoration is thensintered and veneered to final shape. Examples for this category areCerconsmart ceramics from DeguDent and Everest from KaVo. Inthe dental laboratory-production center model, the dental laboratorydesigns the restorations using data acquisition and design software.The design is then sent to a production center where a coping isfabricated using CAD CAM technology. The coping is sent backto the dental laboratory for veneering the final product. Example tothese systems includes 3M’s Lava, and Nobel Biocare’s Procera. 35
  31. 31. Abstract No. 01 Most of the CAD CAM restorations are fabricated from porcelain. For the chair-side systems the restorations are milled from high- glass ceramic blocks. The CAD CAM restorations fabricated by the labs are mainly a milled no-glass ceramic coping veneered with a high-glass porcelain. Hybrid composite such as Paradigm MZ100 (3M ESPE) is another type of material used in CAD/CAM technology. It is used with the CEREC 3D and the CEREC in lab system for milling inlays, onlays, veneers and full crown restorations. High-performance polymer composites are also available, such as the C-temp blanks used by Everest (KaVo Dental) for longer lasting temporary fillings and for bridge frameworks of up to six units. Nobel Biocare’s Procera system and Kavo’s Everest can also mill titanium, such as T-Blanks and DC-Titan, made out of pure titanium and used for traditional crown and bridgework.36
  32. 32. Abstract No. 02 Elie Ferneini MD, DMD, MHS Assistant Clinical Professor College of Dentistry University of Connecticut Connecticut, USA Facial Sculpture & Shaping: Beyond Lines and Wrinkles Conference Hall-A 10:00 – 11:00 An overview of the changes of the aging face. A discussionof the most popular facial fillers on the US market (including restylane,juvederm, and radiesse). Clinical applications of each filler materialwill be discussed. Additionally, clinical applications of Botox/Dysportwill be discussed. 37
  33. 33. Abstract No. 03 Adrian Lussi DMD, MS, Ph.D. Head Department of Restorative, Pediatric & Preventive Dentistry University of Bern, Bern, Swtizerland Dental Erosion-Diagnosis-Riskfactor-Prevention Conference Hall-A 11:00 – 11:45 Dental erosion is the dissolution of the tooth by acids without involvement of microorganisms. The acids originate from outside (acidic food and/or beverages) or from inside (reflux or vomiting of the acidic gastric juice). Erosion is becoming an increasingly important factor when considering the long term health of the dentition. There is some evidence that the presence of this condition is growing steadily. It is important that diagnosis of erosion in children and adults is made early. However, there is no diagnostic device available for early clinical detection and quantification of dental erosion. Therefore, the clinical appearance is the most important sign for dental professionals to diagnose erosion. Adequate preventive measures can only be initiated when the risk factors are known and interactions between them are present. Furthermore, recommendations for patients at risk for dental erosion will be discussed and reconstructed cases will be presented.38
  34. 34. Abstract No. 04 Ahmed Halim Ayoub, BDS, Dip. Impl. President Egyptian Society of Oral Implantoloy Alexandria, Egypt Bone splitting and expansion Conference Hall-A 14:00 – 14:30 Management of narrow ridge soft bone for years waslimiting general dental practice to place implants in those areas.However now with new tools , normal clinicians became more andmore familiar with treatment modality ,new concepts emerged toovercome the drawbacks of the conventional bone splitting andspreading techniques. The aim is to improve prosthetic outcome andultimately patient satisfaction. 39
  35. 35. Abstract No. 05 Khalil Al Ali BDS, MSc., Cert, FICOI Consultant & Associate Professor College of Dentistry King Saud University Riyadh, KSA Porcelain Laminate Veneers: “Prep” vs. “No Prep” Conference Hall-A 14:30 – 15:00 Porcelain Laminate Veneers remain one of the most consistent, esthetic and predictable restorative procedure. Team work is paramount for a final outstanding outcome. Due to their conservativeness, there is a current growing popularity in “no- prep” veneers which has created a lot of attention within the dental profession and the general public. However, many clinicians remain skeptical as to the ability to create clinically acceptable veneers using this concept. This presentation will discuss the use of conventional veneer versus minimal preparation veneers in cosmetic cases, as well as address the subject of the “no-prep” concept. Included within this discussion will be review of indication of each type of laminate veneers, case selection, material selection, preparation, impression techniques, temporization procedures, and delivery techniques.40
  36. 36. Abstract No. 06 Markus Kopp DMD, MS, Ph.D. Intercompany Manager DENTSPLY Global Restorative Franchise Konstanz, Germany Recent Advances in Posterior Composite and Glass Ionomer Technology Conference Hall-A 15:00 – 15:45 SDR stands for ‹Smart Dentin Replacement› and isthe most recent DENTSPLY composite. SDR has the capacity toaccelerate and simplify the restorative treatment process significantly:while conventional composites require layering and light-curing ofeach individual increment, SDR is indicated for the restoration ofdentin cores of Class I and II defects in bulk-fill technique. Moreover,due to its flowable consistency, SDR is capable of self-adapting tothe cavity geometry without condensation. This treatment approachis made possible because shrinkage stress occurring with SDR isabout 50% reduced compared to what is measured for conventionalflowable composites. While other materials with reduced volumetricshrinkage employ entirely new resin chemistry, SDR is still basedon established methacrylate resins and therefore fully compatiblewith any conventional composite or bonding agent. Therefore therestoration›s final enamel layer can be placed with the dentist›scomposite of choice.ChemFil Rock is DENTSPLY›s latest Glass Ionomer restorative. Itstechnology is based on so called zinc-modified reactive filler, whichleads to significantly improved wear and fracture resistance bothinitially (right after placement) and after complete set. Because earlymicro cracks represent weak spots in regards to the clinical longevityof Glass Ionomers, their prevention is key for a restoration›s long-term success. At this stage, chewing simulations indicate a clinicallongevity of ChemFil Rock in the range of two years.Subsequent to the lecture, participants will have the opportunity toexperience the application procedure and handling characteristics ofboth SDR and ChemFil Rock on cavity models. 41
  37. 37. Abstract No. 07 Mohamed Ekram I.H. BDS, MSc., Ph.D. Professor of Oral Maxillofacial & Radiology Faculty of Dentistry Cairo University Cairo, Egypt How to improve your practice outcome and increase your income by using CBCT Conference Hall-A 16:15 – 16:45 Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) is now very widely accepted and is already in use in dental practice all lover the world. The CBCT technique represents a new type of volumetric CT. In this presentation we›ll see that this technique can provide the dentist with diagnostic information difficult or even impossible to obtain by radiographic or conventional technologies. The objectives of this presentation are to (1) enable the dentist to understand the principles of CBCT. (2) Appreciate the wide variety of applications including Implantation, esthetics, Impactions, Orthodontics, orthognathic surgery, dento-facial trauma, Maxillofacial lesions, TMJ assessment, Paranasal sinuses, alveolar clefts, air way examination, and other dental applications as endodontics, Peridontal assessment & caries detection. (3) Know some of the unexpected pathology detected by CBCT and (4) Build up correct treatment plans with more confidence based on real information. Furthermore, this presentation highlights the advantages of CBCT in addition to some very interesting CBCT cases.42
  38. 38. Abstract No. 08 Riccardo Ammannato CDT Independent Lecturer Genoa, Italy Layering with Composite Conference Hall-A 16:45 – 17:45 The esthetic demands by patients continue to increaseand at the same time we are witnessing a great evolution in theclinical rehabilitating anterior and posterior teeth. The developmentof an increasingly conservative approach combines well withmodern adhesive techniques giving direct composite restorationsa prominent place within the possible treatment options in clinicalesthetic restorative dentistry. In this lecture we will emphasize the modern aspects oflayering and finishing of composite materials.Part I: Posteriors• Analysis of different methods of layering;• Casp stress and “C factor”;• Transforming class II in class I;• Why and when using flow composite;• Layering and esthetics;• Finishing and polishing.Part II: Anteriors• Layering with different methods;• Layering for good chromatic integration;• Layering with “Index technique”• Layering on margins;• Finishing and polishing. 43
  39. 39. Abstract No. 09 Dania Islam DDS, MS, DABPD Consultant of Pediatric Dentistry King Fahad General Hospital, Dental Center Jeddah, KSA Esthetic Challenges in MIH (Molar Incisor Hypomineralization ) Conference Hall-A 16:45 – 17:15 Esthetic problems in childhood and adolescence can have a significant effect on psychosocial development and interaction with peers. Abnormalities of shape, size, colour and structure of the whole or part of the anterior dentition of children can lead to such problems. Molar incisor hypomineralization (MIH) describes the clinical picture of hypomineralization of systemic origin affecting one or more first permanent molars (FPMs) that are associated frequently with affected incisors that might compromise function as well as esthetics of affected teeth. Etiological associations with systemic conditions or environmental insults during the child›s first 3 years have been implicated. The complex care involved in treating affected children must address their behavior and anxiety, aiming to provide a durable restoration under pain-free conditions. The challenges include adequate esthetic demands of affected anterior teeth, anaesthesia, compatable cavity design, and choice of restorative materials. Restorations in hypomineralized molars appear to fail frequently; there is little evidence-based literature to facilitate clinical decisions on cavity design and material choice. A 6-step approach to management is described: (1) risk identification; (2) early diagnosis; (3) remineralization and desensitization; (4) prevention of caries and posteruption breakdown; (5) restorations and extractions; and (6) maintenance. The high prevalence of MIH indicates the need for research to clarify etiological factors and improve the durability of restorations in affected teeth. The purpose of this abstract was to describe briefly the diagnosis, prevalence, putative etiological factors, and features of hypomineralized enamel in molar incisor hypomineralization and to present a sequential approach to management with respect to the esthetic challenges anterior affected teeth faced with.44
  40. 40. Abstract No. 10 Talal Al Diri, BDS, MSc., Ph.D. Associate Professor Oral Medicine Department College of Dentistry, University of Aleppo Aleppo, Syria Plastic – Aesthetical Periodontal Surgery, Covering Exposed Root Surfaces Conference Hall-B 14:00 – 14:30 Gingival recession can be defined as the exposure of theroot surface. It is a small inadequate zone of attached gingival. Forcesof muscles, malocclusion, prominent teeth, frenum inserting near thegingival margin, high muscle attachment, shallow vestibulum, oralhabits, and a bone resorption are often considered indication formucogingival surgery.Some authors even give precise measurements on the minimumwidth of attached gingival needed for maintaining periodontal health.Soft tissue grafting used to describe a surgical treatment procedurefor correction of defects in morphology, position, amount of the softtissue, and gingival recession. Miller class I, II has a good prognosisfor mucogingival surgery Treatment.During the presentation and suggestion, different deviations fromwhat is commonly considered as normal in the mucogingival regionwill be shown and it will be discussed whether surgery is advisableor not.The presentation will cover the prevalence, etiology and pathogenesisof recession, and methods of treatment (connective tissue graft, softtissue graft, vasculized positioned flaps) will be discussed. 45
  41. 41. Abstract No. 11 Othman Abdulrahim Wali BDS, MMSO, Cert., AFAPIP Consultant Periodontist & Implantologist King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital Jeddah, KSA Esthetic Root Coverage using Acellular Dermal Matrix Conference Hall-B 14:30 – 15:00 Root coverage is indicated to cover unaesthetic and/or painful exposed root surfaces. Patients are more conscious of dental esthetics and are requesting more root coverage procedures. This generates a need for clinicians to develop materials and techniques that will predictably satisfy these patient-centered esthetic demands. Many root coverage techniques currently used by most clinicians result in varying degrees of success and offer a variety of treatments for such defects. Over the years various modifications of the original techniques have been developed. A new acellular dermal allograft tissue (Alloderm®) has been recently introduced for use in dentistry, although it has been used in medicine for full-thickness burns, the revision of depressed scars and nasal reconstruction, facial defect repair, lip augmentation, and septal perforation repair. In dentistry, its uses include substitution for palatal donor tissue in soft tissue surgeries around natural teeth and implants to increase the zone of keratinized tissue, for tissue augmentation, and for root coverage. The intent of these procedures is principally to create a tissue barrier that is more resistant to further recession due to trauma. Other indications include soft tissue flap extension over bone graft, amalgam tattoo correction, and soft tissue defect repair. In this lecture advantages and disadvantages of AlloDerm use will be discussed in addition to that some cases will be presented.46
  42. 42. Abstract No. 12 Ahmed Shamiyah BDS, MSc., FIDc Consultant Prosthodontist Nobel Smile Dental Care Center Riyadh, KSA Replacing Mandibular Central Incisors Dr. Ahmed Shamiyah Consultant Prosthodontist, Riyadh, KSA Conference Hall - B 15:00 - 15:30 A Middle Eastern, 25 year old female came to the clinicwanting to improve the appearance of her ugly mandibular anteriorteeth. She was medically fit and healthy. Patient was not a smokerand she had no parafunctional habits.Clinical Examination and Dental History:Patient had retained deciduous teeth; #71 and #81.Teeth werediscolored and partially broken. Permanent central incisors, #31 and#41 were congenitally missing. Left maxillary incisor, #21 has incisalattrition.mandibular left first molar had IRM restoration .Patient maintainedvery good oral hygiene .Occlusion was considered physiologic.Treatment Plan:After the required investigations and diagnostic procedures treatmentplan was:•Extraction of teeth # 71 and # 81 (Deciduous Mandibular CentralIncisors )•Immediate placement and loading of an MDI Implant .Max threadeddesign, Square Prosthetic Head.•One-stage with provisional crown splinted to the adjacent teeth•Single Cemented Ceramo-Metal Restoration. Heart Shaped•Recall appointmentAdvantages:Preservation of teeth structure.Facilitates oral hygiene care -Immediate loading could be implemented with immediate patientsatisfaction.Minimally invasive Procedures – no large bone blocks requiredAn extremely well-tolerated, efficient and timely procedure for thepatient.The case will be presented fully. 47
  43. 43. Abstract No. 13 Samir Khoury DMD, DES Clinical Director Dr. Samir Khoury Clinic Beirut, Lebanon Immediate Implant Placement: Rationale and Application Conference Hall-B 16:15 – 16:45 The aim of this presentation is to explain the modeling of soft and hard tissue after implant placement in post-extraction site. Also to clarify all the informations about the indications and contra- indications for this procedure. What are the recommended clinical approaches and tips to ensure an aesthetic result in the anterior region?! The clinical cases will explain the steps on how to perform such a technique based on a strong literature review and a good documentation.48
  44. 44. Abstract No. 14 Ali Mohamed El-Sheikh BDS, MSD, MSc., Ph.D. Consultant & Head Prosthetic Dentistry Department Dammam Dental Hospital Dammam Central Hospital Dammam, KSAScrew- versus cement-retained implant restorations: Current concepts Conference Hall-B 16:45 – 17:15 The debate between screw- versus cement-retainedimplant prostheses has long been discussed but the best type ofimplant prosthesis remains controversial among practitioners. Anunderstanding of their properties will help the clinician in selectingthe ideal prosthesis for each clinical case while promoting finalesthetic outcomes. With the evolving technology and knowledge,an update of the current trends is necessary. This presentationwill provide an overview of the different characteristics of screw-and cement-retained implant restorations, and how they mayinfluence the esthetics, retrievability, retention, passivity, occlusion,accessibility, cost, and provisional restorations. Problems andcomplications frequently encountered and treatment solutions willalso be discussed. 49
  45. 45. Abstract No. 15 Elsayed H. Elgazzaz DDS, MS, Ph.D. Head Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Department G. Organization of Teaching Hospitals Cairo, Egypt Dental Implants in Grafted Jaw Bones Conference Hall-B 17:15 – 17:45 Bone grafting is performed to reverse the bone loss / destruction caused by periodontal disease, trauma, or ill fitting removable dentures. It is also used to augment bone to permit implant placement, such as augmenting bone in the sinus area for implant placement, or augmenting bone to enhance the fit and comfort of removable prostheses, or to enhance esthetics of a missing tooth site in the smile zone. When one loses a tooth, as in an extraction, the surrounding bone collapses. To preserve this bone for future implant placement or for esthetics, a bone graft is used. Replacing missing bone or adding to existing bone is very often essential to the success of a dental implant and the ensuing restoration. The techniques to do this are well documented and should be used when indicated by any dentist who places dental implants. Most of us will have a good idea when additional bone or bone repair will be necessary before actually starting the placement of a dental implant and the patients should be informed of this possibility. Sometimes, however, we do get fooled and run into areas where unexpected bone grafting is indicated. As long as the dentist is prepared to replace or add to the existing bone and the patient understands the bone grafting procedure, there should not be any problem with these techniques.50
  46. 46. Abstract No. 16 Mahmood Qureshi BDS, FAADE, ACRD, ACRI President Pakistan Academy of Implant Dentistry Multan, Pakistan “SABIRIN” – The Avant-garde in the Implant & Reconstructive Surgery Conference Hall-A 17:45 – 18:15 The increasing emphasis on esthetic perfectionin contemporary implant dentistry requires that our goal asimplantologists should be to have implants and crowns placed in thesame location and appearance as natural teeth and be supported bystable bone and attached gingiva. The primary obstacle in restorationis bone deficiency as mature edentulous sites have lost bone.In the search for success and stability, we have recognized, withexperience, observation and time that a comprehensive solution ismore predictable, safer, simpler, more stable and less expensive, aconcept we call “SABIRIN”.This presentation includes a progressive discussion of advancedtechniques and concepts of bone manipulation, and vascularizedosteotomies modified by the author which has made this concept areality and it is possible now to treat single tooth areas to full archeswith a stable alveolar bone and back to full function, esthetics andhealth. 51
  47. 47. Sci. Prog. - Day 2, 16 Dec 2010 Thursday, 10 Muharram 1432 [16 December 2010] Conference Hall-A Chairman: Dr. Jamal Al Sanea Co-Chairmen: Dr. Adel Batarfi & Dr. Hadi Al Amri SS No. Time Speaker & Topic 08:00 - 05:00 Registration SS-6 09:00 -10:00 Dr. Paul D. Brandt (Guest Speaker) University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa “Dentin Hypersensitivity – New Management Approach” 10:00 – 11:00 Dr. Georg Bayer (Guest Speaker) President, Deutsche Gessellschaft fuer Orale Implantologie Landsberg, Germany “Immediate Implant Placement and Loading – A predictable procedure?” 11:00 – 12:00 Dr. Geoffrey H. Moody (Guest Speaker) Consultant Oral Pathology Edinburgh University & Edinburgh Dental Institute, UK Prof. Richard Ibbetson (Guest Speaker) Director, Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute, UK “Restoring pathologically deformed teeth:- aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry? 12:00 – 13:00 Dr. Abdullah Al Keraidis (Speaker) Consultant in Prosthodontics Director of Dental Center, Kings Saud Medical Complex, Riyadh, KSA Dr. Bishi Al Garni (Speaker) Consultant in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Head of OMFS Dept, King Saud Medical Complex, Riyadh, KSA “Management of Full Mouth Rehabilitation by Dental Implant” 13:00 – 14:00 Prayer/Lunch52
  48. 48. Sci. Prog. - Day 2, 16 Dec 2010 Chairman: Dr. Hassan Selim Co-Chairmen: Dr. Abdullmajed Al Drees & Dr. Feras AwdaSS No. Time Speaker & Topic 14:00 – 15:00 Prof. Konrad Wangerin (Guest Speaker) Head, Oral Maxillofacial Surgery & Dental Department Marien Hospital, Stuttgart, Germany “Update of Surgical procedures in Implant Site Preparation”SS-7 15:00 – 15:30 Dr. Mohammad Hammo (Speaker) Jordan Dental Association, Amman, Jordan “Top Ten Endodontic Errors in General Dental Practice” 15:30 – 16:00 Dr. Fahad Hussain Al-Qahtani (Speaker) Ministry of Health, Riyadh, KSA “Systematic approach for optimum dental treatment” 16:00 – 16:10 Discussion 16:10 – 16:40 Exhibition Visit/Prayer/Coffee Break Chairman: Dr. Raed Salma Co-Chairmen: Dr. Mohamed Al Asmari & Dr. Majed Al OtaibiSS No. Time Speaker & TopicSS-8 16:40 – 17:10 Prof. Marwan Mouakeh (Speaker) University of Aleppo, Aleppo, Syria “Causes and Treatment of Gummy Smiles” 17:10 – 17:40 Dr. Anas Damlakhi (Speaker) Syrian Society for Research and Preventive Dentistry, Aleppo, Syria “Arthroscopic Surgery in Esthetic Practice” 17:40 – 18:10 Dr. Van Der Elst (Speaker) German Dental Oasis, Dubai, UAE “Red Aesthetics” 18:10 – 18:20 Discussion 53
  49. 49. Sci. Prog. - Day 2, 16 Dec 2010 Thursday, 10 Muharram 1432 [16 December 2010] Conference Hall-B Chairman: Prof. H.A. Mosadomi Co-Chairmen: Dr. Ahmed Turkistahni & Dr. Nader Yahya SS No. Time Speaker & Topic 08:00 - 05:00 Registration IADR 09:00 – 09:20 Dr. Farhan Raza Khan (Speaker) SS-1 Aga Khan University, Pakistan “A Clinical Trial of Automatrix versus Modified Technique in Class II Composite Restorations” 09:20 – 09:40 Dr. Shereen M. Shokry (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh, KSA “Assessment of the Effect of Unilateral Chewing on Masticatory Muscles Volume Using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)” 09:40 – 10:00 Dr. Mohammad R. Rayyan (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy “Stress Analysis in Teeth Restored with Endodontic Posts: A Finite Element Study” 10:00 – 10:20 Prof. Gamal Kenawy (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh KSA “Antioxidant Enzymes activity in gingival and gingival crevicular fluid in chronic periodontitis patients: Correlation with Some Potent Periodontopathogens” 10:20 – 10:40 Dr. Dalal Al Qahtani (Speaker) King Saud University, Riyadh, KSA “FOXP3 as biological indicator of tumor progression in oral squamous cell carcinoma” 10:40 – 11:00 Prof. Samia El Azab (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh, KSA “Bruxism: Etiopathogenesis for Dental Students in Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy” 11:00 – 11:30 IADR General Assembly Meeting 11:30 – 14:00 Poster Presentation 13:00 – 14:00 Prayer/Lunch54
  50. 50. Sci. Prog. - Day 2, 16 Dec 2010 Chairman: Prof. Gamal Kenawy Co-Chairmen: Dr. Hamad Al Harkan & Dr. Yahyah QhataniSS No. Time Speaker & TopicSS-2 14:00 – 14:30 Prof. Farouk Sakr (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh, KSA “Phonophoritically Driven Diclofenac as an Effective Non-Invasive Treatment of the TMJ Traumatic Arthritis: Bioavailability and Histological Evaluation” 14:30 – 15:00 Dr. Ammar M. Mashlah (Speaker) Damascus Unviersity, Damascus, Syria “A Comparative Study of the Knowledge and Attitudes of Dental Students at Damascus University towards patients with hepatitis B & C and AIDS” 15:00 – 15:30 Dr. Haneen Al Shukairi (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh, KSA “Assessment of secretory immunoglobulins (s.IgA) and cariogenic bacteria in stimulated saliva of mothers and children with severe early childhood caries (SECC)” 15:30 – 16:00 Dr. Mohammad R. Rayyan (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy “Stress Analysis in Teeth Restored with Endodontic Posts: A Finite Element Study” 16:00 – 16:10 Discussion 16:10 – 16:40 Exhibition Visit/Prayer/Coffee Break Chairman: Dr. Sherif Helal Co-Chairmen: Dr. Basem Masri & Dr. Sultan NosaniSS No. Time Speaker & Topic 16:10 – 16:20 Dr. Sharat Chandra Pani (Speaker) Riyadh Colleges of Dentistry and Pharmacy, Riyadh, KSA “The Role of Aesthetic Anterior Restorations in the Growth and Development of Children” 16:20 – 16:50 Dr. Khaldoon G. AbuAfifeh (Speaker) Islamic Hospital Dental Centre, Amman, Jordan “The Myths and Reality about Ceramic Implant Abutments” 16:50 – 17:00 Discussion 55
  51. 51. Day 2Abstract
  52. 52. Abstract No. 17 Paul Brandt BChD, MSc Senior Lecturer Division Dental Materials School of Dentistry University of Pretoria Pretoria, South Africa Dentin Hypersensitivity – New Management Approach Conference Hall-A 09:00 – 10:00 Dentin hypersensitivity continues to be a problem forpatients and practitioners alike. The increase in erosion, patientaging and recessions, and periodontal disease and its treatment allhave resulted in an increased occurrence of dentinal hypersensitivity.Correct diagnosis and effective treatment are critical to relieving aproblem which can seriously impact a patient’s quality of life.This presentation will provide the participant an overview of dentinhypersensitivity, its etiology, diagnosis and management. Traditionalmethods of management will be reviewed, as well as a new treatmentmethod for professional management of this problemAt the end of this program, the participant will understand:• the biology of dentinal hypersensitivity• the current methods of treating dentinal hypersensitivity• new approaches to treating dentinal hypersensitivity. 57
  53. 53. Abstract No. 18 Georg Bayer BDS, MSc President Germany Society of Oral Implantology Landsberg, Germany Immediate Implant Placement and Loading – A predictable procedure? Conference Hall-A 10:00 – 11:00 Implant treatment is a predictable treatment for the edentulous or partially edentulous jaw and single tooth replacement. The expectations of the patients increase with the improved success rate of modern implant designs and surfaces. To fulfill these expectations it is important that the clinical parameters are well evaluated and the possible outcome is discussed with the patient. Due to 3D-diagnosis an ideal preparation of the patients can be achieved. The clinical step-by-step procedures are shown for variable indication to achieve a satisfied treatment of the patients. The limitations and methodology of immediate loading is shown.58
  54. 54. Abstract No. 19 Geoffrey H. Moody Ph.D, FDSRCSEd.FRC.Path.DFM. Consultant Oral Pathology Edinburgh Dental Institute Edinburgh University Scotland, United Kingdom Richard Ibbetson BDS, LDSRCS, MSc, FFGDP, FDSRCS Director Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute Edinburgh University Scotland, United Kingdom Restoring pathologically deformed teeth:- aesthetic or cosmetic dentistry? Conference Hall-A 11:00 – 12:00 The etiology of pathologically deformed teeth may beconsidered under two broad headings, namely; congenital anddevelopmental, and acquired.Congenital and developmental In addition to inherited dentaldisorders such as amelogenesis and dentinogenesis imperfectanumerous individual tooth anomalies occur, such as gemination,concrescence and dens invaginatus amongst others.Acquired conditions include not only erosion, abrasion and attritionbut also, for example, flourosis and iatrogenic pathology due toinappropriate or poor treatment.A selection of these conditions will be presented alongside adescription of the problems associated with restoring these teethaesthetically and debating how this may differ from cosmeticdentistry. 59
  55. 55. Abstract No. 20 Abdullah Al Kreidis BDS, MSc. Cert. Consultant in Prosthodontics Director of Dental Center King Saud Medical Complex Riyadh, KSA Bishi Al Garni BDS, MSc., Cert. Consultant of Oral Maxillofacial Surgery Head of OMFS Department King Saud Medical Complex Riyadh, KSA Management of Full Mouth Rehabilitation by Dental Implant Conference Hall-A 12:00 – 13:00 Introduction: Full mouth reconstruction is the utilization of available treatment modality in dentistry in order to restore form and function of oral cavity. The mouth is a complex machine, without proper bite, chewing can become impaired and teeth can become worn and attritioned. Dental bonding veneers and crown, dental implant and tooth whitening are all a combination of procedure used in restoring a functional mouth. Mouth preparation for dental implant includes the reconstruction of the basal bone because it is the basic foundation for dental implant. In order to get a proper and maintainable osseointegration, the treatment planning for those procedures should put in mind the prosthetic work. Worldwide it is known that the ideal management of comprehensive cases should be handled by prosthodontist and oral surgeon or periodontist in order to get a good result. The aim of this presentation is to describe the different procedures necessary for a function complete mouth rehabilitation in patients. Method and material: Different cases of full mouth rehabilitation with different surgical approach and technique will be discussed. The presentation will also describe different types of prostheses that were placed in patients at the Riyadh Dental Center.60
  56. 56. Abstract No. 21 Konrad Wangerin M.D., Ph.D. Head, OMFS Dental Department Marien Hospital, Stuttgart, Germany Update in the bone augmentation for dental implant Conference Hall-A 14:00 – 15:00 “The site preparation for dental implant is approached indifferent surgical management including soft tissues and hard tissuesstarting for socket preservation after tooth extraction and to advancethrough the GBR/GTR and autogenous bone grafts ( onlay and inlay) , ridge expansion surgically and by using distraction osteogenesisin vertical and horizontal bone augmentation .In this presentation will going to talk about these ways of surgical sitepreparations in details and to show clinical examples for each one.These cases done in the department of maxillofacial in Germany,Stuttgart will take about the severity and complication in these casesand to shear the experience with the audience.We will cover some of very advance cases and the surgical procedureneeded in this case to prepare the maxillary and mandibular archesfor dental implant.” 61
  57. 57. Abstract No. 22 Mohammad Hammo BDS, DESE Chairman, Scientific Committee Jordan Dental Association Amman, Jordan Top Ten Endodontic Errors in General Dental Practice Conference Hall-A 15:00 – 15:30 Endodontic procedural errors, such as missed diagnosis, insufficient access, improper canals preparation, under or over filling, delayed coronal restorations…etc, are the direct causes of endodontic failures in dental clinics in Jordan. This presentation, based on referral clinical cases, will discuss the reasons for those errors, and also some of the guidelines for preventing and managing them. Attendees will better understand the variety of practice modalities available and integrate smart clinical strategies to achieve better endodontic results.62
  58. 58. Abstract No. 23 Fahd Hussain Al-Qahtani BDS, AEGD, SBARD Consultant in Restorative Dentistry Director, East Riyadh Dental Center (MOH) Riyadh, KSA Systematic approach for optimum dental treatment Conference Hall-A 15:30 – 16:00 The optimum dental treatment outcomes shouldneither be a mystery nor a dilemma. It can be simply achieved byspecific multiple data collected from the different dental diagnosticprocedures.These data should give a clue in reaching the correct dentaldiagnosis before treatment. This systematic approach should lead topatient’s satisfaction. Cases will be shown to illustrate this approach. 63
  59. 59. Abstract No. 24 Marwan Mouakeh DDS, Ph.D. Director National Program in Orthodontics Ministry of Health Aleppo, Syria Causes and Treatment of Gummy Smiles Conference Hall-A 16:40 – 17:10 Excessive gingival display commonly referred to as a “gummy smile”, can be a major source of patient embarrassment. This condition can be divided in several categories according to its etiologic factors. In this presentation, the different possible causes of the gummy smile condition will be discussed, as well as the various clinical methods (orthodontics, periodontal, surgical ...) that can be used to restore the balance between all components of the smile.64
  60. 60. Abstract No. 25 Anas Damlakhi DDS, OMS Clinical Director Dr. Anas Damlakhi Dental Clinic Aleppo, Syria Arthroscopic Surgery Conference Hall-A 17:10 – 17:40 Arthroscopic surgery a highly touted form of treatmentmodality in some surgeons’ hands and spurned by others, allowsvisual access to the joint space. As a diagnostic tool, it›s greateststrength is the ability to «see» and record the state of the hard andsoft tissues of the joint.We can use it in the treatment internal derangements, adhesions,fibrosis, and DJDs. So TMJ arthroscopy may be effective in treatingpainful joint hypomobility secondary to displaced discs, fibrousadhesions and arthritis. Operative arthroscopy while technicallypossible, and a viable tool in selected cases, often takes longer andusually allows less surgical flexibility than an open joint procedure.During the lecture I will present movie about the arthroscopic surgery. 65
  61. 61. Abstract No. 26 Hans van der Elst DDS, Cert. Ph.D. Clinical Director German Dental Oasis Dubai, United Arab Emirates The Role of Red Aesthetics Conference Hall-A 17:40 – 18:10 In the past we learned a lot about veneers and how to improve the smile, using them. Now it is time to pay also attention to the role of the gingival and the right proportions of it. In this lecture, will be shown through clinical cases, what to do with the red part of the aesthetic zone and how it can improve the outcome of your aesthetic cases. Using not only scalpel but also using the piezo technology to reshape the bony outline surrounding the teeth.66

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