Assistant professor of the Department of operative dentistry in Sechenov university (Moscow)
Dr. PhD Yuriy Vasiliev
I was graduated from the Moscow State Medical Dental University or MGMSU (Moscow) in 2007 with a degree in Dentistry.
In 2007 i was enrolled in clinical residency at the Department of General dentistry and dental anesthesiology (head of the department, past-president EFAAD, prof. S. Rabinovich) at the same university, which he graduated in 2009.
In 2009, he entered the full-time postgraduate course in the specialties “Dentistry” and “Human Anatomy”, which he completed by defending his thesis for the PhD in 2012 on the theme “Clinical and anatomical justification for the use of modified local anesthesia of the intraosseous part of the chin nerve in dental practice”
In the period from 2008 to 2015 i worked as a general dentist and since 2008 started to work at the university MGMSU.
2008 – 2010 the assistant, then the senior assistant of the department of dentistry of general dentistry and dental anesthesiology MGMSU
2010 – 2013 the teacher of the human anatomy department of MGMSU
2013 – 2015 Assistant professor of the Department of dentistry, Private Moscow Medical University “REAVIZ”.
2015 – 2017 Assistant professor of the Department of operative dentistry in Sechenov university (Moscow)
From September 2015 to the present. associate professor of the department of the operative dentistry in Peoples friendship university (Moscow)
Since 2015, I work as a scientific consultant for the GEOTAR (Moscow) project office in the development department of hybrid dental simulators with feedback
Scope of scientific and practical interests: features of blood and nervous supply of the organs of the maxillofacial area in the aspect of an individual approach in local anesthesia, as well as features of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of inflammatory diseases of periodontal tissues with the help of photodynamic therapy.
Author and co-author of more than 69 scientific articles, incl. 4 patents, 6 monographs and 2 manual.
Active speaker at the FDI, EFAAD and IFDAS conferences.
Dental Anesthesia in the Presence of Inflammation: how to prevent pain and be effective
In the lecture, we will consider the physiology of the maxillofacial area in inflammation and the role of the pH of a local anesthetic in achieving effective analgesia. Also, we discuss the advisability of prescribing non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs ( NSAIDs) in preparation for the treatment of “hot” teeth.