September 25-26 | MOSCOW
REPDC - the main event in pediatric dentistry in Russia, held by A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Pediatric section of the Dental Association of Russia and Dental Seminar Co. with the support of the European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry EAPD, presents international trends in improving children's dental care.
Prof. L. P. Kiselnikova
Dear friends!

This year we are holding the 7th Russian-European Congress on paediatric dentistry. I hope it will be as remarkable as the previous ones. Speakers of the highest level will share their practical experience and research. Thank you for supporting our specialty - Paediatric Dentistry. I wish you lots of inspiration and joy in working with young patients. Besides professional communication we have good interpersonal relationships. The congress is gathering participants from more and more areas, cooperation between pediatric dentists from different regions of Russia and the CIS countries is becoming closer, and we're happy that it is possible to attract a large number of young professionals.

I wish success to the participants of the Congress!

Prof. L. P. Kiselnikova
Head of Paediatric Dentistry Department
A. I.Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry

Prof. O. O. Yanushevich
Dear colleagues!

Ten years ago the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (EAPD), A. I. Evdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry and the Paediatric Section of the Dental Association of Russia held the 1st Russian-European Congress on paediatric dentistry and launched an important project: a large-scale platform for annual events on pediatric dentistry at the international level in Moscow. This collaboration has become an incentive for pediatric dentists to provide better dental care for children, improve professional skills, promote oral health research and innovative practices.
Oral health care of children is an integral part of the National health care project of the Russian Federation. This certainly gives a great impetus not only to a wide range of congress topics touching upon both dental and paediatric issues, but also to upgrading the level of research, analysis, presentation manner and management. It's essential to have feedback after all the congresses to focus the next ones on the latest trends in the field of pediatric dentistry.
As Rector of the University I expect that many young paediatric dentists will take part in the Congress, those who will be able to achieve professional heights and make their creative contribution to the specialty in the future.

Have a successful congress!
Prof. O. O. Yanushevich
A. I.Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry
Corresponding member the Russian Academy of Sciences

Prof. Jack Toumba
Dear Participants of the 7th Russian-European Congress 2019,
It's the seventh time that we are holding a Congress in Moscow and it's a great honour for me to welcome you to this prestigious and very promising event.
The European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry (EAPD) considers this collaboration as a demonstration of our mutual understanding and desire to further strengthen the cooperation between the Russian group and the EAPD. There is a huge potential for interaction between the EAPD and Russian Paediatric dentists.
For the EAPD, which aims to recruit members from as many European Paediatric dentists as possible, the highest level and standards of Paediatric dental health are essential for professional development and it is significant nowadays that European Paediatric dentistry has demonstrated very high growth dynamics. The EAPD supports the integration processes for this development within Europe.
A new agenda is being formed in today's dental health world, the development paradigm is changing and the latest innovations are altering the face of our civilization. In Russia, as in the entire world, the time has come for a paradigm shift in the development of our specialty.
The EAPD consistently promotes advanced knowledge aimed at improving the quality of dental health for the Paediatric population in Europe. The core of the EAPD policy is to strengthen a favourable climate, to put it into practice and expand global competitiveness. At the same time, in a modern world, the degree of a country's competitiveness of Paediatric dental health specialists depends on the quality of human capital, the pace of development of new technologies and investment activity. And here, cooperation with the EAPD and all National groups of the Academy is especially important.
The EAPD is ready to spread the best practices and to exchange our experience in interacting with all European countries.
Our goal is common. It is to promote the sustainability of Paediatric dentistry development throughout Europe. As Paediatric Dentists we should excel in all three of the following: clinical treatment of children, education of students and trainees and conduct research whilst at the same time maintaining our own personal development. We should continue to attract new members and National groups to work together for the promotion of Paediatric Dentistry and to stimulate innovative activity. All these are new opportunities for professional cooperation between the Paediatric dentists of Russia and the EAPD.
I am confident that the lectures and discussions within the framework of the 7th Russian-European Congress will stimulate intellectual discussions and debates for long-term and successful cooperation between the Russian group and the EAPD. May there be a fruitful dialogue!

Prof. Jack Toumba
EAPD President

Prof. D. A. Trunin
Dear friends!

On behalf of the Dental Association of Russia I'd like to invite you to the main event in paediatric dentistry of the country in 2019 – VII Russian-European Congress on pediatric dentistry. This large-scale event is held by A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry, Pediatric section of the Dental Association of Russia and Dental Seminar Co, with the support of the European Academy of Pediatric Dentistry EAPD. The congress is focused on how to improve paediatric dental care and open new horizons of paediatric dentisty.
We see an annual upgrade of this significant paediatric dental platform that attracts more and more representatives of the dental society. Its role tends to be reinforced to meet global challenges, provide an effective tribune for a constructive dialogue and a professional discussion of the key problems in pediatric dentistry.
I wish you fruitful work. Hope that you'll have quick positive results.
Prof. D. A. Trunin
President of the Dental Association of Russia

Keynote Speakers
Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi
Dr. Tsukiboshi is a graduate of Osaka University School of Dentistry in 1976. He earned a PhD in dental materials from Kyoto University in 1980 and has been engaged in private practice since 1981. Dr. Tsukiboshi's interest in dental traumatology and autotransplantation has led to extensive clinical involvement, course presentations and publications. Dr. Tsukiboshi has lectured extensively on dental trauma and autotransplantation; he has authored many articles and two textbooks, one on dental trauma in 1998 and one on autotransplantation in 2000. The books have been published in several languages, including English. Dr. Tsukiboshi is a visiting lecturer at Osaka University and Loma Linda University since 1998 and is the President of the International Association of Dental Traumatology in 2009 and 2010. Dr. Tsukiboshi is certified as an adjunctive assistant professor of Western university in USA in 2012 and a clinical professor of the dental school of Tohoku University from 2015-2018.
Monika Daubländer
University Studies 1978 – 1985 Medical and dental education. Specialty Training: 1985 -1991 Oral and maxillo – facial surgery. 1998 – 2000 Special pain management. Academic degrees: 1984 Doctorate in Medicine (Dr. med.), 1986 Doctorate in Dentistry (Dr. med. dent.), since 2011 Full Professor for special pain management in Dentistry Department of Oral and Maxillo-facial Surgery, University medical centre Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz. Main Scientific topics local anesthesia in dentistry. Pain management in dentistry (acute and chronic). Neurophysiology of the orofacial region. Management in risk patients
Dentist – patient – relationship (specially communication) Publications 67 PubMed listed papers with the above listed topics. Oral presentations 100 lectures at national and international scientific meetings
Mike Harrison
Great Britain
University education
University of WalesCollege of Medicine, DentalSchool 1983-1988.
Postgraduate qualifications.Fellowship in Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) 1999. Masters Degree by thesis, University of Wales College of Medicine1996, Certificate of Accreditation in Paediatric Dentistry, January 1997. Master of Philosophy, University of London, 2006.
Current post ,Consultant in Paediatric Dentistry, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust/King's College London,Postgraduate teaching.Clinical Leadat Guy's and St Thomas' Dental Institute for PostgraduateDegree in Paediatric Dentistry.
Senior Examiner in Paediatric Dentistry for Kings College London.

Eyal Nuni
Dr. Nuni is a specialist in Endodontics. Until recently was a senior member and the head of the dental trauma field in the Department of Endodontics, Hebrew University – Hadassah School of dental medicine, Jerusalem, Israel.
His work is focused on the treatment of dental injuries and their complications and the treatment of endodontically involved immature permanent teeth in young patients. He gives lectures and wrote chapters in books on this subjects and he is a member of the education committee of The International Association of Dental Traumatology
Dr. Nuni owns a private practice limited to dental trauma and endodontics in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Laurent Daeniker
Sharing a clinical activity in my office with a teaching position at the University of Geneva since 1997. Since 2003, Chief of the pediatric dentistry Unit at University of Geneva, Division of Cariology and Endodontology. Supervise many Master and Thesis work in paediatric dentistry. Speaker in numerous national congresses and also at children HUG and School of Dental Hygenist. Coordinator of the training curricula of microinvasiv paediatric dentistry at the University of Geneva. Since 2012, President of the scientific comitee of the Swiss Association of Pediatric Dentistry and organise the program of the annual meeting.
Larisa Kiselnikova
Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Pediatric Dentistry A.I. Evdokimova, is a member of the Membership Committee of the International Association of Pediatric Dentistry IAPD, chief freelance specialist of the Moscow Department of Health in pediatric dentistry, editor of the first national manual on pediatric therapeutic dentistry, author of manuals, monographs on pediatric dentistry. Member of the editorial board of Russian and foreign (USA, UK, Uzbekistan) journals in pediatric dentistry. Honorary Member of the French Academy of Dentists. Research interests: prevention of dental diseases, pediatric dentistry, organization of dental care for children.
Elena Maslak
Doctor of Medical Science, Professor, Professor of Paediatric Dentistry Department of Volgograd State Medical University
Chief Paedodontist of the Southern Federal District, Russia, Chief Specialist in Preventive Dentistry of Volgograd Region, expert of Roszdravnadzor. Scientific editor and author of national guide on paediatric dentistry, author of students' textbooks and monographs on paediatric dentistry. Editorial Board Member of Russian journals on dentistry and medicine. Member of IAPD, EAPD, EADPH. Scientific interests: paediatric dentistry, epidemiology, programs on preventive dentistry, organization of dental care for children, sociology of medicine.
Andrey Akulovich
Ph.D., Professor of Peoples' Friendship University of Russia
President of the «Society for Color Research in Dentistry»
Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry (SCAD) Councilor
Country chairperson of the European Society of Cosmetic Dentistry (ESCD)
British Dental Bleaching Society Gold member
«Esthetic Dentistry» («Esteticheskaya Stomatologiya») editor-in-chief

Conference program: Day 1
September 19
Opening of the congress
Mitsuhiro Tsukiboshi (Japan)
Vital Pulp Therapy
In the endodontic involvements of young patients, conventional options in therapy such as pulpectomy and canal compaction systems may not contribute to the tooth life prognosis since it is difficult to close the widely open apices and even if possible, the residual thin root walls will result in skeptical longevity of the teeth.
So another treatment planning such as to provoke self-healing power is required. For example, when pulp is alive apexogenesis can be indicated, when pulp is necrosis without infection revascularization can be expected with immature teeth. Even if apices are closed a natural pulp healing called 'transient apical breakdown' may be expected in subluxation injury.
In this presentation, endodontic options for young patients (so-called Vital Pulp Therapy)will be discussed with showing specific cases.
Eyal Nuni (Israel)
Regenerative Endodontics: a real paradigm shift in treatment?
Advances in the field of material science, stem cell biology, and dental tissue engineering have raised the possibility of using biology-based treatment strategies to regenerate functional dental tissues including dental pulp.
A few approaches have been explored for dental pulp tissue regeneration. The only one that is currently in general clinical use is the "root canal revascularization via blood clotting" simply called "revascularization".
This technique involves intracanal irrigations and the placement of a combination of antibiotics or calcium hydroxide in the canal for a couple of weeks, Followed by instrumentation of the apical tissue in order to create a blood clot in the canal and the placement of cervical barrier and coronal restoration.
In recent years different materials were introduced in order to try and improve the clinical outcome of revascularization.
Elena Maslak (Russia)
Pulpitis in primary teeth: evidence-based treatment condepts
Current approach to pulpitis therapy for primary teeth will be discussed in the presentation. Special attention will be paid to the indications and contraindications, advantages and disadvantages, success and failures of pulpitis treatment with various techniques and materials. Comparative analysis of pulpitis treatment outcomes in children will be performed according to the principles of evidence-based medicine.
Andrey Akulovich (Russia)
Modern non-invasive approach of fluorosis and enamel hypoplasia treatment
The report will present the clinical protocols of modern techniques for white and brown spots on enamel removing with microabrasion and composite resin infiltration. Congress participants will learn about the details of these techniques, as well as get ready-made schemes and proven algorithms used for enamel hypoplasia, tooth fluorosis and local enamel demineralization. Success in these clinical situations is provided by an integrated approach, which will be discussed in detail in the report from the position of step-by-step application of microabrasion, infiltration and remineralizing therapy depending on the location and depth of the lesion. The report will be useful to specialists in pediatric dentistry and prevention of dental diseases.
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Conference program: Day 2
20 September
Welcome coffee
Mike Harrison (Great Britain)
Bones and Teeth – what bone health can tell us about the dentition.
It has been known for centuries that illness and malnutrition can affect skeletal development in growing children. Bone disease in childhood is known to have an impact on developmentdental hard tissues, but the consequences of disturbances of calcium and phosphate metabolism on the dentition are complicated.
The public often think that insufficient calcium in the diet is the cause of dental decay or dental defects. Because dentists work with diseases of hard tissues, we need to understand how calcium, vitamin D, renal function and bone metabolism can influence dental defects and dental diseases.
Rare skeletal dysplasias can also have a negative impact on dental health, and sometimes the dental manifestations can provide valuable clues to aid diagnosis. A series of paediatricbone diseases with dental manifestations will be presented, describing treatment options.
Laurent Daeniker (Switzerland)
Restaurative Paediatric Dentistry, which is the best material choice and the best economic solution swiss style
While the use of amalgam for the restoration of posterior cavities is declining, different kind of resins are being more often used. From glass-ionomer cement (HV-GIC/RC) processed with resinous coating, to light - chemically - dual cured composites, which material is the best choice for operative paediatric dentistry ? Several aspects such as the cost plays an important role in the choice of material. In that way this presentation will also intergrate an economic dimension and show some financial solutions opportunes swiss style.
Monika Daubländer (Germany)
Local anaesthesia in paediatric dentistry
Update on pharmacology of drugs and techniques
Local anaesthesia is crucial for adequate pain management in paediatric dentistry.
A differentiated use of the drugs and solutions is recommended.
The general types of local anaesthetic drugs are esters (e.g. benzocaine, tetracaine) and amides (e.g. articaine, bupivacaine, lidocaine, mepivacaine). Esters are metabolised in tissues and blood and should only be used as topical formulations. Amides are metabolized in the liver, have longer plasma half-life than esters and are more potent anaesthetics. Articaine is special because of its ester linkage; the first step of metabolism is therefore inactivation by plasma cholinesterase and then finally biotransformation in the liver. The dose of the local anaesthetic should be calculated prior treatment with respect to the body weight of the patient und the concomitant diseases. Serious complications are intoxication because of relative and absolute overdosage and allergic reactions.
Because of the vasodilating effect of the local anaesthetics that leads to relevant absorption into the circulating blood and enhanced plasma levels vasoconstrictors are added to the dental formulations when ever possible. The gold standard is adrenaline in different concentrations. To reduce side effect the lowest possible dose should be used.
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22 September, 15:00 - 18:00, Marriott Grand Hotel
Anonina Getsman
Anonina Getsman – paediatric dentist, Generation (private clinic)
«Dental treatment of teenagers. An approach to the teeth of not yet an adult, but no more a child»

22 September, 15:00 - 18:00. Marriott Grand Hotel
Anup Panda
Anup Panda–Department of Pediatric and Preventive Dentistry in College of Dental Sciences and Research Centre, University of Gujarat,India
«Conversational hypnosis in pediatric dental office»

22 September, 15:00 - 18:00. Marriott Grand Hotel
Wendy Bellis (Great Britain)
Dr.Wendy Bellis–Paediatric Dentistry Department at the Eastman Dental Institute
«Behaviour Management for children –what's it all about and what's new?»

24-25 September, 10:00 - 16:00
«Endodontic technologies in paediatric dental treatment»
Prof. L.P. Kiselnikova, Dr. N. Yu. Vasilieva–Paediatric Dentistry Department, A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry

Location: MSMSU, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Moscow, ul. Vucheticha 9a, 3rd floor, room. 336-337
23 Semptember, 10:00 - 16:00.
«Esthetics in paediatric dentistry»
Dr. T.E. Zueva–Paediatric Dentistry Department, A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry

Location: MSMSU, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Moscow, ul. Vucheticha 9a, 3rd floor, room. 336-337
20 September, 11:00 - 17:00.
«Oral mucosa diseases in children»
Dr. S.Yu. Strakhova–Paediatric Dentistry Department, A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry

Location: MSMSU, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Moscow, ul. Vucheticha 9a, 3rd floor, room. 336-337
23 September, 09:00 - 13:00.
«Professional dental hygiene in children»
Dr. T.E. Zueva, Dr. V.N. Romanovskaya– Paediatric Dentistry Department, A.I. Yevdokimov Moscow State University of Medicine and Dentistry

Location: MSMSU, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Moscow, ul. Vucheticha 9a, 3rd floor, room. 336-337
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Cost of participation
The cost includes participation in the main program of the congress. Participation in master classes is paid separately.

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Конкурс научных работ
«Детская стоматология глазами молодых»
Приглашаем Вас принять участие в конкурсе научных работ «Детская стоматология глазами молодых» в рамках VII Российско - Европейского конгресса по детской стоматологии REPDC проходящем 23 сентября 2019 года с 9.00-13.00 в Москве.
Сроки подачи заявок – до 1 сентября 2019 года (включительно). Заявку необходимо выслать электронной почтой ассистенту кафедры детской стоматологии МГМСУ им. А.И. Евдокимова - Романовской Вере Николаевне по адресу:

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• профилактика основных стоматологических заболеваний у детей
• лечение кариеса временных и постоянных зубов у детей с использованием современных материалов и технологий
• минимально-инвазивные технологии в детской стоматологии
• лазерные технологии в детской стоматологии
• эндодонтия временных и постоянных зубов
• особенности оказания стоматологической помощи детям в условиях анестезиологического пособия
• стоматологическая реабилитация детей с общесоматической патологией
• интересный клинический случай

Участниками конкурса могут быть граждане как Российской Федерации так и других стран в возрасте до 35 лет (студенты и молодые ученые).

Для участия необходимо выслать заявку и иметь возможность приехать с распечатанным постером в необходимом формате и лично представить его устно на постерной секции (один из авторов) 23 сентября 2019 года по адресу: Москва, ул. Вучетича 9а (лекционный зал), здание клинического центра «Челюстно-лицевой, реконструктивно-восстановительной и пластической хирургии»

Время представления постерного доклада – 5 минут, 2 минуты на вопросы.
Постерный доклад необходимо подготовить, распечатать, привезти и представить на русском языке. Обязательным является устное представление резюме доклада на иностранном (английском/немецком/французском) языке (не более 2-х минут).

Обращаем Ваше внимание, что все участники конкурса будут включены в основную программу VII Российско - Европейского конгресса по детской стоматологии REPDC.

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