Thursday, 15 March 2018

Wednesday, 14 March 2018

                      27th Global Summit Expo on Dental Science and Dental Practice 


Tuesday, 13 March 2018

You're Never Fully  Dressed Without a "SMILE'' 😁😀😁

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Monday, 12 March 2018

Recent Innovation in Dentistry Field

Wine polyphenols could fend off bacteria that cause cavities and gum disease

Evidence suggests that sipping wine may be good for your colon and heart, possibly because of the beverage's abundant and structurally diverse polyphenols. Now researchers report in ACS' Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry that wine polyphenols might also be good for your oral health.
Traditionally, some health benefits of polyphenols have been attributed to the fact that these compounds are antioxidants, meaning they likely protect the body from harm caused by free radicals. However, recent work indicates polyphenols might also promote health by actively interacting with bacteria in the gut. That makes sense because plants and fruits produce polyphenols to ward off infection by harmful bacteria and other pathogens. M. Victoria Moreno-Arribas and colleagues wanted to know whether wine and grape polyphenols would also protect teeth and gums, and how this could work on a molecular level.
The researchers checked out the effect of two red wine polyphenols, as well as commercially available grape seed and red wine extracts, on bacteria that stick to teeth and gums and cause dental plaque, cavities and periodontal disease. Working with cells that model gum tissue, they found that the two wine polyphenols in isolation -- caffeic and p-coumaric acids -- were generally better than the total wine extracts at cutting back on the bacteria's ability to stick to the cells. When combined with the Streptococcus dentisani, which is believed to be an oral probiotic, the polyphenols were even better at fending off the pathogenic bacteria. The researchers also showed that metabolites formed when digestion of the polyphenols begins in the mouth might be responsible for some of these effects.

Monday, 5 February 2018

Dental Practice 2018

About Conference

The recent innovation techniques, developments, and the new updates in Dental Science and Dental Practice are the main highlights of this conference. This will gain knowledge in learning, sharing information for Dentists, Oral Hygienists, Dental Assistants, Dental Hygienists, Dental Practice Managers, Dental Marketing Managers, Marketing Executives, Group Practice Executives and other members of the dental team know about the Dentistry and its advances. This is the best opportunity to update new skills & knowledge trending towards next generation dentistry by reaching the largest group of participants from the Dental community and Dental Science. This may aid in networking with the entire Dental and Oral Health Event Ecosystem. An experienced Senior Level Speaker Line-Up and share their views and ideas will help us to develop and innovate new technology. By Continuing dental education it ensure that the dentists are provided with the latest diagnostic, preventive and treatment methods and practice in this field. It will help the dentist by these frequent changes and challenge that you have assimilate, in this conference will be useful while adopting the technique and new ways to improve the patient care.

Conference Highlights