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ADA FDI 2021 World Dental Congress
World Dental Congress - Special Edition
ADA FDI 2021 World Dental Congress
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Invited Speakers

Introducing our Invited Speakers!

We have a world class scientific programme with quality presenters, both homegrown (Australian) and from around the globe!

Scientific programme information including details on presenters and their topics will be available progressively on this platform, which serves as the information and content delivery portal for the 2021 WDC.

Some of our speakers include;
Professor Paul Abbott (Australia)

  1. Responses of the Pulp following trauma and prevention of external root resorption

  2. Towards better diagnosis and management of the endodontic lesion


Associate Professor Martin Batstone (Australia)

  1. The dentist’s role in diagnosis and recognition of abnormal hard and soft tissue lesions, particularly oral cancer

  2. Cysts and Tumours of the Jaws – an update on diagnosis and management


Dr Julian Conejo (USA)

  1. What are we doing new and better with Chairside CAD/CAM technology on 2021

  2. Digital implantology - the importance of validated workflows for clinical success


Professor Camile Farah (Australia)

  1. Oral cancer: the laboratory meets the clinic


Professor Gabriel Krastl (Germany)

  1. Direct composites in the aesthetic area: no limits?

  2. Treating the untreatable: Managing deep subgingival tooth fractures 


Professor Eric Reynolds (Australia)

  1. Antimicrobial vaccination to combat oral and non-oral disease


Professor Anton Sculean (Switzerland)

  1. Clinical concepts for reconstructive periodontal therapy in intrabony and furcation defects

  2. Lasers and Photodynamic Therapy in the Treatment of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Infections


Professor Peter Thomson (Hong Kong)

  1. Management of Complications in Oral Surgery – When Prevention Really is Better than Cure

  2. Stopping the Oral Cancer Clock – Strategies in Prevention and Intervention 


Professor Mark Wolff (USA)

  1. How General Dentists can improve the Oral Health of the Disabled and those at risk (medically complex and elderly)

  2. 21st Century Management of the Caries Lesion: from Superficial to Deep Lesion

  3. Oral health of an aging population: What we did not consider when we were young and what can we do about it now
Professor Mark Bartold (Australia)

  1. Periodontal disease – systemic interactions

  2. Precision periodontics


Dr Arnaldo Castellucci (Italy)

  1. Non-surgical and surgical applications of MTA  (Mineral trioxide aggregate) with more than 20 years of recall evaluations

  2. The use of CBCT in Endodontics


Professor James Deschner (Germany)

  1. Periodontal diseases and obesity in an aging population - What are the challenges and strategies? What does it mean for me as a practitioner?

  2. Is there really a human attached to every tooth? - The perio-systemic link from a practitioner`s point of view

  3. The knife is for the Thanksgiving turkey - Conservative versus surgical periodontal therapy


Professor Saso Ivanovski (Australia)

  1. Periodontal classification, risk assessment, diagnosis and prognosis

  2. Digital printing for regenerative dentistry


Dr Tatiana Ramirez-Mora (Costa Rica)

  1. Root canal disinfection: present and future directions - Microbiology of the root canal system

  2. Cracked tooth syndrome in dental practice: a challenging management - Treatment options for cracked teeth


Dr Aladin Sabbagh (Germany)

  1. Aligner versus fixed appliances in managing complex malocclusions

  2. New indication aspects regarding extraction and orthognathic surgery in borderline cases


Dr Finlay Sutton (UK)

  1. Removable Prosthodontics – Facing the professional challenge

  2. Removable Prosthodontics – A patient focused emphasis on removable prosthodontics

  3. Removable Prosthodontics – integration of implant retained prostheses to transform patient outcomes