8th Edition of International Conference on Dentistry
and Oral Health

August 24-26, 2023 | Virtual Event

August 24-26, 2023 | Online Event
ICDO 2017

Vicente Faus Matoses

Vicente Faus Matoses, Speaker at International Dental Conferences
University of Valencia, Spain
Title: Inter disciplinary conservative and aesthetic dentistry


Patients aesthetic perception has been increasing bonded to the necessity of preserving their own healthy dental tissues. That is one of the main reasons why the dentists have to apply very conservative procedures during the aesthetic treatments. The knowledge of these conservative procedures ( sinergy between orthodontics and conservative dentistry, composites and ceramicsused in the same tooth for a preplessrestoration, direct composite full mouth rehabilitations, or full mouth preplessceramicrehabilitations ) by the dentist will stablish the success of the restorative aesthetic treatment and the relation with our patients


Dr Vicente Faus-Matoses is the President of the Spanish Society of Conservative Dentistry (SEOC). Since 2009 he is an Associate Professor in the Conservative dentistry and Endodontics Department at Valencia University (Spain), where he is involved in many research projects in the field of Dental education, Endodontics, Conservative Dentistry and Esthetics.  Since 2007 he is also a collaborator professor of the Master in Restorative dentistry and Endodontics.  In 2013 he became the director of the Diploma in Restorative and EstheticDentistry at the same university.

Dr. Faus is an invited professor at different universities and also a frequent speaker at conferences and courses about conservative and esthetic dentistry. He has published several papers in reputed dental journals and received various international prizes for his clinical and research work.  Last year was named as an associated director of the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dentistry.

He shares his private practice in Algemesí (Valencia - Spain) in an interdisciplinary dentistry team at Clinica Faus.