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17th International Conference on Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology, will be organized around the theme “Scientific innovation, challenges and theories in Oral Pathology”

Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology 2018 is comprised of 19 tracks and 186 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology 2018.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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  • Track 1-1Wellness of lifestyle
  • Track 1-2Adhesion Dentistry
  • Track 1-3Gingivitis
  • Track 1-4Inherited Blood Disorders
  • Track 1-5Salivary Gland Pathology
  • Track 1-6Epithelial Pathology
  • Track 1-7Remission and the chance of recurrence
  • Track 1-8Osteoporosis and tooth decay
  • Track 1-9Oral Medicine
  • Track 1-10Denture Stomatitis.
  • Track 1-11Submucous Fibrosis.
  • Track 1-12Oral Manifestations of Systemic Diseases.
  • Track 1-13Premalignant Conditions of the Oral Cavity.
  • Track 1-14Oral Submucous Fibrosis.
  • Track 1-15Oral Cheilitis Granulomatosa
  • Track 2-1Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia
  • Track 2-2Pyogenic Granuloma
  • Track 2-3Frey Syndrome
  • Track 2-4Inflammatory Fibrous Hyperplasia
  • Track 2-5Myositis Ossificans Progressiva
  • Track 2-6Wegener granulomatosis

 

 

  • Track 3-1Bacterial Infections
  • Track 3-2Fungal Diseases
  • Track 3-3Parasitic Diseases
  • Track 3-4Viral Diseases
  • Track 3-5sarcoidosis
  • Track 4-1Hypersensitivity Reactions
  • Track 4-2Lichen Planus
  • Track 4-3Pemphigus Vulgaris
  • Track 4-4Giant Cell Arteritis
  • Track 4-5CREST Syndrome
  • Track 4-6Wegener and Orofacial Granulomatosis
  • Track 5-1Squamous Cell Carcinomas
  • Track 5-2Buccal mucosa cancer
  • Track 5-3Betel quid and areca nut
  • Track 5-4Excessive sun exposure
  • Track 5-5Family history of cancer
  • Track 5-6Human papilloma virus infection
  • Track 5-7Tobacco & Alcohol Consumption
  • Track 5-8Tongue cancer
  • Track 5-9Squamous papillomas
  • Track 5-10paediatric benign
  • Track 5-11Hair Follicle Tumors
  • Track 5-12Epithelial Tumors
  • Track 5-13Eccrine Carcinoma
  • Track 5-14Sebaceous Carcinoma
  • Track 5-15Basal Cell Carcinoma
  • Track 5-16Adeno Carcinoma
  • Track 5-17Abnormal Red Blood Cells Cancer
  • Track 6-1Globulomaxillary cysts
  • Track 6-2Aneurysmal bone cyst
  • Track 6-3Radicular cyst and residual cyst
  • Track 6-4Nasopalatine duct Cysts
  • Track 6-5Gingival cyst
  • Track 6-6Parasitic cysts
  • Track 6-7Cysts of the salivary glands
  • Track 6-8 Inflammatory paradental cysts
  • Track 6-9Odontogenic keratocyst
  • Track 6-10Eruption cyst
  • Track 6-11Dentigerous cyst
  • Track 6-12Odontogenic and Nonodontogenic Cysts.
  • Track 6-13Nasopalatine duct cysts
  • Track 6-14Apocrine Cysts
  • Track 6-15Developmental Cysts of soft tissue
  • Track 6-16Median palatal and Mandibular cysts.
  • Track 6-17Goril Cysts

Improvement of face and oral pit is perplexing in nature and includes the advancement of different tissues. It is a gathering of psychiatric conditions starting in adolescence that include genuine debilitation in various zones. Orofacial clift  is one of the commonest intrinsic anomalies which impacts contrarily on the life of the individual and to a vast degree influences the family caused by the connection of ecological and hereditary elements, this variation from the norm achieves diminished personal satisfaction. Administration of this anomaly involves a group including a separated specialist, dental specialist, orthodontists, etc. Training on orofacial clefts ought to be elevated to make mindfulness on its preventive measures. Much consideration must be adapted towards separated hereditary qualities concentrates to distinguish potential hazard factors which may be inclining people to the oddity. Oral mucosa has an indistinguishable defencelessness to obsessive change from other covering tissue. Normal irregularities of the skin and the gastrointestinal tract may confirm themselves on oral mucosa. Central oral mucosal injuries, summed up mucosal contribution, or intraoral sores related with a systemic issue might be caused by bacterial, parasitic, or viral living beings. Amiable or harmful injuries should dependably be considered while inspecting a patient's mouth. Pain of the oral mucosa is a typical going with manifestation of different oral mucosal sores caused by nearby and systemic illnesses. Pain of the oral mucosa is typically connected with a known reason for tissue damage, e.g. mucosal ulcer or disintegration, and it for the most part reacts to satisfactory treatment and breaks down subsequent to recuperating. Perpetual agony, then again, perseveres months and years after obvious tissue recuperating, and endeavours to reduce pain are challenging. Neuropathic torment happens because of harm neurogenic structures in the fringe as well as the focal sensory system. It might happen without any undeniable poisonous jolts, and in the oral mucosal, the torment is frequently depicted as shivering and consuming. In the oral cavity, consuming mouth disorder (BMS) is by and by considered to have neuropathic foundation.

  • Track 7-1Agnathia
  • Track 7-2Secondary herpetic lesions.
  • Track 7-3Primary herpetic gingivostomatitis.
  • Track 7-4Ulcer.
  • Track 7-5Vesicle.
  • Track 7-6Orofacial clefts.
  • Track 7-7Chelitis granulomatosa.
  • Track 7-8Chelitis glandularis (actinic chelitis).
  • Track 7-9VAN DER WOUDE’S SYNDROME.
  • Track 7-10Facial Hemiatrophy
  • Track 7-11Facial Hemihypertrophy
  • Track 7-12Macrognathia
  • Track 7-13Micrognathia
  • Track 7-14Erythema multiforme.

 

 

  • Track 8-1Magnetic resonance imaging
  • Track 8-2Oral Radiology
  • Track 8-3Glossectomy
  • Track 8-4 Full or Partial mandible (jawbone) resection
  • Track 8-5Maxillectomy
  • Track 8-6Neck dissection
  • Track 8-7Photochemical Internalisation
  • Track 8-8Photodynamic Therapy
  • Track 8-9Getting care for symptoms and side effects
  • Track 8-10Targeted Therapy
  • Track 8-11Immunotherapy
  • Track 8-12Chemotherapy
  • Track 8-13Radiation Therapy
  • Track 8-14Diagnosis of dento-facial deformities
  • Track 8-15Immunohistochemistry
  • Track 8-16Oral Tissue Biopsy
  • Track 8-17X-ray computed tomography
  • Track 8-183D Dental X-rays
  • Track 9-1Melanocytic Nevi
  • Track 9-2Blue Nevus
  • Track 9-3Smokers’ Melanosis
  • Track 9-4Congenital Nevi
  • Track 9-5Amalgam Tattoo
  • Track 10-1Reconstructive Surgery
  • Track 10-2Head & Neck Oncology
  • Track 10-3Gerodontics
  • Track 10-4Antibiotic prophylaxis implant failure
  • Track 10-5Pediatric craniofacial surgery
  • Track 10-6Dental anesthesiology
  • Track 10-7Orthopaedic
  • Track 10-8Periodontist
  • Track 10-9Orthodontist
  • Track 10-10Oral and maxillofacial surgery
  • Track 10-11Prosthodontic
  • Track 10-12Endodontic
  • Track 10-13Cleft & Craniofacial Anomalies
  • Track 10-14Orthognathic & Aesthetic Surgery
  • Track 10-15TMJ Disorders & Surgery
  • Track 11-1Pit and tissue caries.
  • Track 11-2Smooth and surface caries.
  • Track 11-3Root surface.
  • Track 11-4Deep dentinal carries.
  • Track 11-5Biochemical Events in Dental Plaque
  • Track 11-6Epidemiology of Dental Caries
  • Track 11-7Microbiology of Dental Caries
  • Track 11-8Enamel Caries
  • Track 12-1Acute apical perodontitis.
  • Track 12-2Chronic apical peridontitis.
  • Track 12-3Acute apical abscess.
  • Track 12-4Phoenix Abscess.
  • Track 12-5Pulp Tester
  • Track 13-1Concepts and Communication for Health Behavior Change
  • Track 13-2Advocacy for Change in Healthcare
  • Track 13-3Medical Microbiology
  • Track 13-4Dental Radiography
  • Track 13-5Anaesthesia
  • Track 13-6Preventive Dentistry
  • Track 13-7Pediatric oral health care
  • Track 13-8Dental anxiety
  • Track 13-9Hydroxyapatite Teeth
  • Track 14-1Marketing strategy
  • Track 14-2Prosthetics, Orthotics and Cosmetic Enhancement Products
  • Track 14-3Education research methods
  • Track 14-4Innovative educational and assessment methodologies
  • Track 14-5Professional and educational ethics
  • Track 14-6Community-based dental education
  • Track 14-7Appointment Scheduling Strategies
  • Track 14-8How to expand your sphere of influence
  • Track 14-9Building Strategic Alliances
  • Track 14-10Internet Marketing and Customer Service
  • Track 14-11Attracting patients
  • Track 14-12Progression in Analytic and Treatment-related Technologies
  • Track 15-1Environmental impact assessment
  • Track 15-2Biodegradable Dental Products
  • Track 15-3Planatery Comunity Health
  • Track 15-4Bio-dentistry
  • Track 15-5Organic Dentistry
  • Track 15-6Eco-Dentistry
  • Track 15-7Health and wellness life coach
  • Track 15-8Organic dental floss
  • Track 16-1Sealants
  • Track 16-2Fluoride dealing
  • Track 16-3Tooth filling
  • Track 16-4Dental mouth guard
  • Track 16-5Home care assistance
  • Track 16-6Early detection test
  • Track 17-1Medico-legal death investigations
  • Track 17-2Civil cases involving malpractice
  • Track 17-3Age estimation
  • Track 17-4Assessment of cases of abuse
  • Track 17-5Identification in mass fatalities
  • Track 17-6Identification of found human remains
  • Track 17-7Future Trends in Dentistry
  • Track 17-8Sports Dentistry
  • Track 17-9Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Track 18-1Dental toxins
  • Track 18-2Dental malocclusion
  • Track 18-3Prevention and treatment of gum disease at its biological basis
  • Track 18-4Prevention and treatment of dental malocclusion
  • Track 18-5Avoidance and elimination of toxins from dental materials
  • Track 18-6Reversal of degenerative dental disease
  • Track 18-7Proper nutrition for the prevention