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"Orthodontics Meet 2024 | Paris, France"

"We Cordially welcome you to the official website of the “5th International Conference on Orthodontics”, scheduled for October 23-24, 2024, in the dynamic locale of Paris, France. This year, we are excited to introduce the theme “Revolutionizing Orthodontic Practice with Modern Applications”, a showcase of innovative ideas, advanced techniques, and strategies that are poised to revolutionize the Orthodontic practice.

Our conference brings together a distinguished line-up of renowned Orthodontic researchers, dental experts, university professors, specialists, and students. Expect a rich program featuring lectures, oral and poster presentations, interactive sessions, and invaluable opportunities for knowledge sharing. Share your research insights and gain recognition with certificates endorsed by our esteemed organizing committee.

It serves as a prime platform for academia and industry to converge, fostering meaningful connections and collaborations. We invite all interested participants to confirm their attendance, and we encourage you to make the most of this conference by bringing along your colleagues.

We look forward to welcoming you to Orthodontics Meet 2024.

Warm regards,
Program Manager | Orthodontics Meet 2024

"Abstract Submission Guideline"

All accepted papers for Orthodontics Meet 2023 will receive an invitation to present at the conference and will have the opportunity for publication in Orthodontics and Dentistry journals. Ensure that your abstract comprises 250-300 words. Kindly submit your abstract to Orthodontics Meet 2024 at"

"Registration Guidelines"

Engage as a speaker or delegate by registering for the Orthodontics Meet 2024 Conference. Secure your spot today! For group registrations and special packages, please contact us at

Why to attend?

Keynote forums by renowned Physicians & Professors
Plenary talks and Poster presentations by global experts
Open Innovation Challenges
Global Networking sessions with 50+ Countries
Novel techniques to benefit your research
Meet the editors of referred journals, Society and Association members across the Globe
Engage young researchers and scientists to conduct improved studies and researches which will open up new avenues for a better world.
Aims at generating public awareness by discussing various advancements and challenges in Food Safety and Health

Participation Options:

Orthodontics Meet 2024 provides the participants with the different modes such as speakers and delegates under ACADEMIC/ STUDENT/BUSINESS category.

Keynote Speaker: 45-50 Minutes
Speaker (Oral Presentation): 30Minutes
Speaker (Workshop): 45-50 Minutes
Delegates: Will have all the benefits of registration
Poster presenter: Can present poster and can enjoy the benefits of delegates

Call for paper

Important date

Abstract submission deadline

Track 1: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is a specialized field within dentistry dedicated to enhancing dental aesthetics and functionality. It primarily deals with diagnosing, preventing, and treating dental irregularities such as misaligned teeth and jaws. Orthodontics plays a crucial role in enhancing both oral health and confidence by creating harmonious smiles and functional bites. Three essential subtopics in orthodontics are:

  • Braces and Aligners
  • Orthodontic Surgery
  • Interceptive Orthodontics

Track 2: Malocclusion

Malocclusion refers to an improper alignment between the upper and lower teeth when the jaw is closed. It can lead to various issues like difficulty in chewing, speech problems, and oral discomfort. Malocclusions can be caused by genetic factors, early tooth loss, or habits like thumb-sucking. Three subtopics related to malocclusion are:

  • Types of Malocclusion
  • Orthodontic Treatment
  • Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

Track 3: Overbite

Overbite, in dentistry, refers to a common dental misalignment where the upper front teeth significantly overlap the lower front teeth vertically when the jaw is closed. This condition, also known as a deep bite, can result in various issues, including difficulty in biting, speaking, and potential wear on the teeth. It can be caused by genetic factors, jaw development, or prolonged thumb-sucking during childhood.

  • Types of Overbites
  • Orthodontic Correction
  • Dental Problems

Track 4: Underbite

Underbite, a dental condition, occurs when the lower front teeth protrude forward or horizontally, overlapping the upper front teeth when the jaw is closed. This misalignment can result in difficulties in chewing, speaking, and aesthetics. Underbites may stem from genetic factors, jaw development issues, or habits such as thumb-sucking. Three subtopics related to underbites include:

  • Types of Underbites
  • Orthodontic Appliances
  • Orthodontic Care

Track 5: Crossbite

Crossbite is a dental misalignment where the upper teeth fit inside the lower teeth when closing the jaw. This condition can occur in the front (anterior crossbite) or back (posterior crossbite) of the mouth, causing issues with biting, chewing, and facial development. Crossbites often arise from genetic factors or irregular dental arch growth. Three subtopics related to crossbites:

  • Types of Crossbites
  • Braces and Aligners      
  • Dental Arch

Track 6: Advanced Orthodontic Techniques

Advanced Orthodontic Techniques encompass innovative methods and technologies that have revolutionized orthodontics, enhancing treatment efficiency and patient comfort. These techniques are driven by cutting-edge research and advancements in materials and equipment, offering more precise and customized solutions. These advanced techniques signify the evolution of orthodontics, providing patients with more comfortable and aesthetically pleasing treatment options. Some of the Advanced Orthodontic Techniques:

  • Lingual Braces and Aligners
  • Digital Orthodontics
  • Surgical Orthodontics

Track 7: Adult Orthodontics

Adult Orthodontics is a specialized branch of orthodontics care focused on providing effective treatments for adults seeking to improve their dental health and appearance. While often associated with traditional braces, adult orthodontics offers a range of options tailored to the unique needs and preferences of mature patients. Adult orthodontics empowers individuals to achieve their desired smiles and improve oral function, fostering better dental well-being throughout their lives.

  • Cosmetic Alignment
  • Dental Decay
  • Metal Braces

Track 8: Innovations in Orthodontic Technology

Recent Innovations in Orthodontic Technology have transformed the field, making treatments more efficient, comfortable, and aesthetically pleasing. These advancements leverage cutting-edge materials and digital tools for a modern orthodontic experience. These innovations demonstrate orthodontics' commitment to embracing technology for enhanced patient outcomes and experiences.

  • 3D Printing in Orthodontics
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) Planning
  • Clear Aligner Technology
  • Tele-orthodontics

Track 9: Accelerated Orthodontic Treatment

Accelerated Orthodontic Treatment is an approach that expedites the process of straightening teeth and correcting bite issues. Recent innovations in this field aim to reduce treatment time and improve patient comfort. These innovations in accelerated orthodontics offer patients shorter treatment durations, making orthodontic care more efficient and convenient.

  • Micro-Osteoperforations (MOPs)
  • Vibration Devices
  • Propel Orthodontics

Track 10: Invisalign Clear Aligners

Invisalign Clear Aligners are a revolutionary orthodontic treatment that uses a series of transparent, removable aligners to straighten teeth and correct bite issues without the need for traditional braces. These aligners are custom-made for each patient and offer a discreet and comfortable way to achieve a beautiful smile. These innovations continue to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of Invisalign treatment, making it an increasingly popular choice for orthodontic patients.

  • SmartTrack Material
  • Digital Scanning
  • Virtual Treatment Planning

Track 11: Orthognathic Surgery and Orthodontics

Orthognathic Surgery and Orthodontics represent a collaborative approach to correct severe bite and jaw alignment issues. Recent innovations in this field have made treatment more precise and patient-friendly. These innovations in orthognathic surgery and orthodontics have transformed the field, providing patients with more predictable, efficient, and comfortable treatment experiences. Few Innovations in Orthognathic Surgery and Orthodontics:

  • 3D Imaging
  • Virtual Surgical Planning (VSP)
  • Customized Orthodontic Appliances
  • Minimally Invasive Techniques

Track 12: Lingual Braces

Lingual braces are a modern marvel in orthodontics, offering a discreet solution to correct misaligned teeth and bite issues. Unlike traditional braces, these are affixed to the backside of your teeth, making them virtually invisible. Recent innovations have further improved their effectiveness and comfort. These recent innovations have elevated lingual braces, making them an attractive choice for individuals seeking a well-aligned, inconspicuous smile. Few Innovations in Lingual Braces:

  • Aesthetic Options: gold and ceramic materials
  • 3D imaging and CAD/CAM
  • Micro-Osteoperforations

Track 13: Orthodontics and Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by interrupted breathing during sleep, often caused by obstructed airways. Orthodontics plays a crucial role in addressing this issue, offering innovative solutions for improved sleep and overall health. Custom-designed orthodontic appliances, such as mandibular advancement devices, reposition the jaw to keep airways open, reducing sleep apnea symptoms.

  • Mandibular Advancement Devices
  • Sleep Apnea Treatment
  • Oral Health

Track 14: Pediatric Advanced Orthodontics

Pediatric advanced orthodontics is a specialized branch of dentistry focused on diagnosing and treating orthodontic issues in children. It plays a vital role in ensuring optimal dental development, facial harmony, and overall health for young patients. Recent innovations have revolutionized pediatric orthodontic care, making it more effective and comfortable for children.

  • Malocclusion
  • Pediatric Dentists
  • Oral Surgeons

Track 15: Orthodontic Appliances for Severe Overbites

Orthodontic appliances designed to correct severe overbites have become increasingly advanced, offering effective solutions for enhanced oral health and aesthetics. These appliances, used in orthodontics, are instrumental in treating conditions like overbites, ensuring proper dental alignment, and preventing associated issues. Orthodontic appliances for severe overbites have evolved significantly, providing patients with more comfortable treatment options and shorter treatment times.

  • Herbst Appliance
  • Forsus Springs
  • Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs)
  • Clear Aligners

Track 16: Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) in Orthodontics

Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs) represent a groundbreaking innovation in orthodontics, redefining the way complex cases are treated. TADs are mini-implants temporarily placed in the jawbone to provide additional anchorage and enhance the precision of orthodontic procedures. They have transformed the field of orthodontics, allowing for more efficient and predictable treatment outcomes. TADs have revolutionized orthodontic treatment by offering orthodontists greater control and flexibility.

  • TADs' Biocompatibility
  • Minimally Invasive Techniques
  • TADs' Durability

Track 17: Orthodontics and Periodontics Integration

Orthodontics and periodontics integration represents a pivotal advancement in the field of dentistry. It's the seamless collaboration between orthodontists and periodontists to address complex cases, ensuring not only straight teeth but also optimal gum health. This integration is driven by the understanding that the alignment of teeth impacts the overall periodontal health of patients. Orthodontics and periodontics integration not only ensure beautiful smiles but also long-term periodontal health.

  • Temporary Anchorage Devices (TADs)
  • Accelerated Orthodontics
  • Periodontal Disease

Track 18: Orthodontics and Endodontics Integration

Orthodontics and endodontics are vital dental specialties that play distinct yet complementary roles in ensuring optimal oral health. Orthodontics primarily deals with the alignment of teeth and bite correction. Endodontics, on the other hand, concentrates on diagnosing and treating dental pulp diseases, often involving root canal therapy. In some cases, orthodontic and endodontic treatments overlap, requiring seamless collaboration between specialists.

  • Orthodontics and Endodontics Integration
  • Orthodontic Treatment
  • Endodontic Procedures
  • Dental Innovations

Track 19: Orthodontics and Facial Aesthetics

Facial aesthetics and orthodontics share a deep connection in enhancing not only smiles but overall facial harmony. Orthodontics focuses on aligning teeth and correcting bite issues, while facial aesthetics considers the balance and beauty of facial features. Recent innovations in orthodontics have brought forth treatments like clear aligners, which offer discreet teeth straightening, and temporary anchorage devices (TADs) for precise tooth movement. These innovations contribute to not only functional improvements but also improved facial aesthetics.

Track 20: Orthodontic Treatment Phases

Orthodontic treatment is a carefully planned process aimed at aligning teeth and jaws to create a harmonious, functional, and aesthetically pleasing smile. Recent innovations in orthodontics include advanced materials, like clear aligners, reducing the visibility of braces. 3D printing technology enables the creation of highly personalized treatment plans. Teledentistry allows for remote monitoring, enhancing patient convenience. It typically consists of several key phases:

  • Assessment and Planning

    Advantages of Participating in our Conference: 

    • Earn professional development credits and a participation certification, enhancing your credentials in the field.
    • Benefit from Google creating Speaker and Abstract pages under your name, providing global visibility for your expertise.
    • Our Library of Abstracts receives over 30,000 monthly visits and 50,000 views, attracting scholars and speakers to our conference.
    • Engage in interactive meetings tailored for those attending with their research team, availing collaborative discussions.
    • Meet and exchange ideas with thought leaders in the Orthodontics & Dentistry field, expanding your professional network.
    • Stand a chance to receive the Young Scientist Award and Best Poster certificates, gaining recognition for your contributions.
    • Each conference attendee can participate in personalized one-on-one discussions with distinguished speakers and recognized keynote presenters.


    Important Guidelines


    Abstract submission: 24 September, 2024
    Early Bird Registration23 January, 2024
    Final registration: 24  October, 2024
    Kindly register here  
    Group registration (Minimum 5 members) can avail 20% waivers from the registration fee.
    Email: Program Manager at or Whatsapp +44-1432598387 with details of the participant.

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