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Oct 28 - 31, 2019 | USD $350 | Doha, Qatar
Qatar Critical Care Conference 2019 is organized by Qatar Critical Care Society (QCCS) and will be held from Oct 28 - 31, 2019 at Sheraton Grand Doha Resort & Convention Hotel, Doha, Qatar. Description: The Conference aims to provide the latest scientific information in the diagnosis and management of critically ill and injured patients through a series of lectures and comprehensive workshops. With the current technology and advancements in diagnosis and treatment, the conference will serve as a platform for an exchange of cutting-edge knowledge in the field of Critical Care and other specialties related to it. The first 2 days, Monday and Tuesday or 28-29 October will be dedicated to Pre-Conference Workshops to be followed by the Main Conference, which starts on 30 October until 31 October. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Nov 15 - 16, 2019 | USD $350 | Doha, Doha
iLED 2019 - Academy of Laser Dentistry (ALD) & The British Academy of implant & Restorative Dentistry (BAIRD) International Conference is organized by Congrex Switzerland Ltd. and will be held from Nov 15-16, 2019 at Marsa Malaz Kempinski, The Pearl - Doha, Doha, Qatar. WORKSHOPS: ○ Basic Competency Course in Laser Dentistry - Nov 13 - 14, 2019 Description: The Basic Competency Course in Laser Dentistry is a Prerequisite for All Dental Practitioners, Nurses and Allied Health Practitioners to Handling Any Kind of Laser Devices. It Provides a Basic Level of Education in Laser Usage and Includes Specific Device Instruction With Demonstrated Proficiency in Didactic and Hands-on Knowledge. Laser Safety is an Important Issue and All Those Who Are Involved in Laser Dentistry Must Be Equipped With the Knowledge of the Wavelengths, User Settings, Care and Maintenance of the Device. Further, International Bodies Governing Laser Safety Issues Require All Organizations Housing Laser Devices to Have a Certified Laser Safety Officer. This Course Provides All the Required Knowledge and Documentation for Laser Safety Officers. Apart From General Considerations in Laser Practice, Specific Uses of Lasers in Various Fields of Dentistry Will Be Discussed Along With Tips on Laser Practice Management. Overall Learning Objectives: Upon Completion of This Program, Participants Will Have: • Knowledge of Basic Laser Physics, Wavelengths and Delivery Systems • Laser Wavelengths and Their Specific Effects on Different Kinds of Tissues • Biologic Interaction of Lasers With Tissues and Wound Healing • Laser Safety, Limitations and Recommended Standards in Laser Operations • Clinical Applications of Lasers in Periodontics, Prsthodontics, Implantology, Oral Surgery and Restorative Dentistry • Laser Practice Management ○ Dental Veneers, Foundation of Dental Aesthetics - Nov 13 - 14, 2019 Description: This 2-day course is specifically designed to address how aesthetic analysis can aid the restorative dentist to obtain a natural harmonious smile with a simplified approach. The course combines lectures, hands-on workshop, clinical videos and group discussion secessions. A practical approach using evidence-based dentistry will be applied to discuss specific restorative parameters as they relate to the aesthetic facial and dental analyses for predictable smile design. Various types of Aesthetic concepts will be covered including cosmetic orthodontics, teeth whitening, bonding and adhesion, indirect restorations and dental veneers using practical clinical examples. These treatment options will be discussed regarding their advantages, side effects, and success rates. The course concentrates in clinical approaches that can aid the clinicians in day-to-day practice. Case scenarios will be presented from a combined restorative / Aesthetic approach to improve the long-term aesthetic and functional outcomes. Finally, a problem-based approaches and failure management and treatment of complex cases will sum up all the information gathered during this program. Course Objectives: • Aesthetic Analysis and Smile Design • Applying Aesthetic rules in clinical action • Conservative treatments applied to Aesthetic Smile design • Problem-free teeth whitening procedures • Selection between different types of ceramics • Adhesion procedures • Dental veneers from planning to cementation • Solving Dental Veneers problems The Hands-on Workshop Learning Objectives: • Applying Smile design principles on everyday cases • Smile Testing and Mock-up applications • Dental veneers different tooth preparation techniques • Dental veneers cementation techniques ○ Photobiomodulation: “The light Fantastic!” - Nov 13, 2019 Description: This course will outline how to use Photobiomodulation in daily dental practice. Some of the applications discussed will be Pain Control, Improved Healing, Nerve Regeneration, Treatment of Facial Pain, Dental Analgesia for restorative procedures and Treatment of Neuropathic Pain. Wavelengths, dosages and applications will be referenced by articles from peer reviewed literature. Hands-on experience on utilizing Low Level Laser Therapy in Daily Dental Practice • Pain Management and Desensitization • TMJ Disorders • Neurosensory Recovery • Orthodontic acceleration and Wound Healing • Snoring Management • Management of medically compromised patient Learning Objectives: • To learn where Photobiomodulation can be used in a dental practice • To be apply appropriate dosage and wavelengths • To be able to apply them immediately ○ Guided Bone Regeneration in The Aesthetic Zone Course: clinical skills and tips & hints - Nov 14, 2019 Description: This 1-day course is specifically designed to update clinicians on latest advancements in surgical treatments with special attention to regenerative materials used in ridge augmentation and sinus grafting Topics covered will include: • The Use of Guided Bone Regeneration in implant surgery • Ridge Augmentation and Sinus grafting • Immediate implant placement Learning Objectives At the end of the workshop, the clinician should be able to: • Utilize the most current procedural base in Oral Implantology, including guided bone regeneration and immediate loading • Develop the surgical skills required for placement of implants • Manage complications and provide post-operative care • Explore different techniques of guided bone regeneration - Horizontal and vertical bone regeneration ○ Operative Microscope: minimally invasive dentistry for clinical excellence - Nov 17, 2019 Description: The aim of this course is to focus on the advantages of the use of magnification devices in Dentistry. Loops and Operative Microscope help the dentist for diagnostic examination, for better control of all the procedures and to follow up the clinical interventions. When using laser technology, the magnification devices help to observe the laser-tissue interaction, better controlling the effects of laser on tissues and so avoiding possible collateral thermal damage. The use of photo or video camera allows to review the operation, to control the work done, its results and to correct errors. Magnification plays a fundamental role in Dentistry, where precision, microinvasive approach and esthetics make the difference in improving the clinical results. Learning Objectives: • to know the different parts of an operative microscope; • to learn the different work position and work ergonomics; • to understand how the magnification improves neuro-motor skill and so precision; • to understand how the illumination allows to see better and so to work better; • to discuss the advantages of the use of magnification in all the fields of Dentistry.