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10th Edition of International Conference on
Dentistry and Oral Health

March 13-15, 2025 | Rome, Italy

Oral Cancer and Dental Radiology

Oral Cancer and Dental Radiology

Oral cancer and dental radiology represent critical aspects of oral health and diagnostic practices, playing pivotal roles in prevention, early detection, and effective treatment. Oral cancer, a potentially life-threatening condition, emphasizes the importance of routine screenings and early intervention. Dental radiology, on the other hand, serves as a powerful diagnostic tool, aiding in the identification of various dental and oral conditions. Oral cancer, often linked to risk factors such as tobacco use and excessive alcohol consumption, underscores the need for comprehensive oral health assessments. Regular dental check-ups, including thorough examinations and screenings, are crucial for detecting any abnormalities or signs of oral cancer at an early, more treatable stage. Dental radiology encompasses various imaging techniques, including X-rays and CBCT scans, allowing dentists and oral healthcare professionals to visualize internal structures of the mouth and detect issues such as cavities, periodontal disease, and impacted teeth. These diagnostic tools aid in creating precise treatment plans, ensuring tailored and effective care for each patient. Early detection of oral cancer through screenings and the diagnostic capabilities of dental radiology contribute significantly to improving patient outcomes. Timely intervention not only increases the chances of successful treatment but also reduces the potential for complications and enhances overall oral health. Moreover, the integration of advanced technologies in dental radiology enhances diagnostic accuracy and treatment planning. Digital imaging, 3D imaging, and other innovative techniques provide detailed views of oral structures, enabling dental professionals to identify issues with higher precision. Preventive measures, including patient education on lifestyle factors associated with oral cancer, regular dental check-ups, and the judicious use of dental radiology, collectively form a robust strategy for maintaining optimal oral health. Emphasizing the role of patient awareness and engagement fosters a proactive approach to oral care, reducing the incidence and impact of oral cancer. In conclusion, the synergy between oral cancer awareness, routine screenings, and the advancements in dental radiology underscores the holistic nature of contemporary oral healthcare. By embracing these interconnected facets, dental professionals can contribute significantly to the prevention, early detection, and effective management of oral health issues, ultimately promoting the overall well-being of individuals.

Committee Members
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - David Gillam

David Gillam

Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Rolf Ewers

Rolf Ewers

Medical University of Vienna, Austria
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Yasser Khaled

Yasser Khaled

Marquette University, United States
Dental 2025 Speakers
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Preetinder Singh

Preetinder Singh

Academy of Oral Surgery, United States
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Danielle Avila

Danielle Avila

L'Diamante Dental Coaching, United States
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Laura Martin Bettencourt

Laura Martin Bettencourt

L'Diamante Dental Coaching, United States
Speaker at Dentistry and Oral Health 2025 - Daniil Kaplan

Daniil Kaplan

Russian University of Medicine, Russian Federation

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