the 17th KAE-JEA Joint Meeting
In the super-aging society today, the keyword "The life of 100 years" is grabbing an increasing attention.
With this, oral care, as well as keeping the teeth and the healthy oral function has become increasingly important. The endodontic treatment supports the very basic of these. In contribution to the healthy life span of the super-aging society, the development and innovation of the endodontic treatment will surely accelerate.
Therefore, we set the main theme of this time to "the role of endodontic treatment in the super-againg society".
By planning the special lectures and symposium focusing on the influence over the entire body of pulp disease and periapical infection, also the relationship between the dysphagia and endodontic treatment, we would like to deeply think together with you once again about the role of endodontic treatment in the super-aging society. We are preparing, as happened in the past, the general lecture, the poster presentation and the table clinic.
We look forward to a wide participation.
Congress Chairman: Satoshi Yokose
(Meikai University school of Dentistry)
|Date||June15(Sat.)- 16(Sun.), 2019|
|Venue||Tower Hall Funabori|
|Congress Chairman||Satoshi Yokose (Meikai University school of Dentistry)|
|Theme||The role of endodontic treatment in the super-againg society|
|Office||c/o Oral Health Association of Japan
- Invited lecture from KAE (13:00-14:00 on Saturday, June 15)
※simultaneous interpreting (English/Japanese)“Effective treatment protocol in C-shaped canals”SungEun Yang (Department of Conservative dentistry, Seoul St. Mary’s Dental Hospital, the Catholic University of Korea)
- Special lecture 1 (16:10-17:10 on Saturday, June 15)
“Consideration of dental preservation treatment for elderly people who need long-term care applying rehabilitation philosophy”Koichiro Ueda (Nihon University School of Dentistry Dysphagia Rehabilitation)
- Special lecture 2 (13:00-14:00 on Sunday, June 16)
“Clinical concepts and Histopathological considerations of the endodontic and periodontal therapies.”Koichi Shimokawa (Shimokawa Dental Clinic, private practice in Fukuoka)
- Educational lecture (14:20-15:20 on Sunday, June 16)
“Oral microbiota and healthy life expectancy”Kenichi Imai (Department of Microbiology, Nihon University School of Dentistry)
- Ethics training (17:10-18:00 on Saturday, June 15)
“Introduction to research ethics”Shimon Tashiro (Center for Research Administration and Support, National Cancer Center Japan)
- Invited lecture from overseas (14:00-15:00 on Saturday, June 15)
※simultaneous interpreting (English/Japanese)“The Expanding Role of Vital Pulp Therapy: Pulp Capping, Pulpotomy, Revitalization of Previously Necrotic Pulps”Martin Trope (Clinical Professor, Department of Endodontics, University of Pennsylvania)
- Dentsply Sirona award lecture (14:00-14:20 on Sunday, June 16)
“Analysis of Root and Root Canal Morphology of Maxillary Premolars in a Japanese Population”Hirotaka Nakazawa (Department of Endodontics, Nihon University School of Dentistry at Matsudo)
- Oral/Poster presentation (Both days)
- Table clinic (Sunday, June 16)
Outline of poster presentation
- There is a reception desk for poster presentation at an exhibition hall on the first floor.
After checking in at the reception, please post your poster.
- We will prepare a panel board (H 180cm x W 120cm) and put a speech title number (20cm x 20cm) at the upper left of the board beforehand. Please put the tile sheet showing your speech title, your organization, and speaker’s name (a circle for the representative’s name) to the right of the speech title number during the poster posting period.
- The schedule for poster presentation is as follows:
- Poster posting: 8:30 - 10:00 on June 15 (Sat.)
- Poster discussion: 15:10 - 16:00 on June 15 (Sat.)
- Speakers will receive a ribbon exclusively for speakers at the reception desk for poster presentation.
Please wear the ribbon and stand before your poster during the poster discussion.
- The speech titles for poster presentation applied from KAE are as follows (The number shows a speech title number):
|P-01||Lifetime Extension of Nickel-titanium rotary nstruments by spring machining on the file shaft||Sang Mi Ahn||Department of Conservative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Dental Research Institute, Pusan National University, Yangsan, Korea|
|P-03||Effect of glide-path preparation and coronal flaring on torque generation during root canal shaping||Sang Won Kwak||Department of Conservative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Dental Research Institute, Pusan National University, Yangsan, Korea|
|P-07||Endodontic management of Dens invaginatus : Report of two cases||Ara Cho||Department of Conservative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Chosun University, Gwangju, Korea|
|P-09||Periapical microsurgery of the mandibular 1st molar: Case report||Da-Ni Song||Department of Conservative Dentistry, Seoul St.Mary’s Dental Hospital, The Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, Korea|
|P-11||Endodontic Management of a Maxillary Second molar with Two palatal roots||Gangjae Kim||Department of Conservative Dentistry, Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea|
|P-13||A histological and microCT evaluation of an extracted premolar 2.5 year after pulp regenerative treatment||Gangjae Kim||Department of Conservative Dentistry, College of Dentistry, Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea|
|P-15||Retreatment of failed revascularization||Hae Jin An||Department of Conservative Dentistry School of Dentistry, Dankook University, Cheonan, South Korea|
|P-17||Endodontic management of C-shaped root canal configuration in maxillary first molars||Il-Hwa Lee||Department of Conservative Dentistry, School of Dentistry, Chosun University, Gwangju, Korea|
|P-19||Periapical pathosis related paresthesia in mental nerve: A Case Report||Sang-Woo Lee||Department of Conservative Dentistry,School of Dankook University, Cheonan, South Korea|
|P-21||Virtual surgical simulation for delayed autotransplantation with large periapical lesion||Ji Yeon Seo||Dep. of Conservative Dentistry, Kyunghee University Dental Hospital, Seoul, Korea|
|P-23||The 5-6 years Survival Rate of Nonsurgical Endodontic Treatment:
A Population-based Cohort Study in Korea
|Ukseong Kim||Department of Conservative Dentistry, Yonsei University College of Dentistry, Seoul, Korea|
The 17th KAE-JEA Joint Meeting calls for the application for poster presentation from KAE members.
As we look forward to receiving many applications, please apply as instructed below.
Submission Deadlines: March 20, 11:00
Applications for subject proposals (abstract submissions) are to be made by email. Please confirm the below points, download the template, and make your submission after entering your abstract.
E-Mail destination: firstname.lastname@example.org
At the time of application, please be sure to title the email as “Abstract submission”.
An abstract should be written within 300 words in the box below. The content should include the brief descriptions of 1. Purpose(s) of study, 2. Material(s) and Method(s), 3. Results, 4. Consideration, 5. Conclusion, etc. (* for case report, 1. Introduction, 2. Case, 3. Progress, 4. Prognosis, 5. Consideration and 6. Conclusion)
Abstracts exceeding the character limit will be considered “incomplete.”
The participation fee of the scientific meeting including the participation fee for the social gathering is free for KAE members.
However, members are required to register for entry. Please fill in the required items in the registration form below to complete the procedure.
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