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|Sura Ali Ahmed Fuoad Al-Bayati|
|Gulf Medical University, UAE|
|ScientificTracks Abstracts: Oral Health Dent Manag|
|Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. MS makes it difficult for the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord to communicate effectively with one another. The symptoms of MS are of a wide range, and may resemble symptoms of many other disorders, and other dental problems that need especial care. In addition to poor muscle control, a patient with MS experiences a disability to perform oral hygiene measures. The treatment for multiple sclerosis includes taking medications to slow the progression of the disease, which may have a side effect on the oro-facial structures. Management of such dental and oral patient needs a team work and appropriate care to delay disease progression and maintain an optimal quality of life as long as possible.|
Sura Ali Ahmed Fuoad Al-Bayati has done his Doctoral Degree (PhD) and Master’s Degree (MDS) in Oral Medicine from Baghdad University, Iraq. He did his Bachelor’s Degree of Oral and Dental Medicine and Surgery (BDS) from Baghdad University, Iraq. He did his Diploma in Health Profession Education from Gulf Medical University, UAE. He is a faculty of College of Dentistry in Baghdad University, since 1988, and from 2006 till date in Gulf Medical University, UAE. He is an Academic Associate Dean at College of Dentistry, Gulf Medical University, since 2010. He is an Associate Professor of Oral Medicine and the Head of Basic Dental Sciences at College of Dentistry, GMU. He has many publications in Dentistry and is the member of many committees in GMU and College of Dentistry.
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