Inlay and overlay are a good and right choice in case of large carious and restorative defects. The introduction of CAD/CAM system gives the possibilities to...


38-year-old male patient with negative medical history, who comes for a visit many years after the last dental check-up. He reports difficulty in removing food...


Maxillary third molar extraction is commonly performed in dental clinics. The traditional techniques is a combination of luxation and removal forces...


 

It is widely known that the presence of high levels of plaque cause gingivitis. Powered toothbrushes are now generally regarded to be more efficacious than...


Chronic periodontitis  (CP) accounts for 95% of PD caused by microorganism infection and aetiology with local irritation. Most CP patients are adults,...


The beginning of a new year means new projects, new opportunities and new research possibilities. There are no doubts that dentistry has made remarkable...


Editorials     31 December 2019

End of the year

Dear Colleagues, December 2019 marks the first “Christmas Season” since the introduction of Dentistry33. It is therefore time to end the year with a...


A certain pain symptomatology is found, after a root canal treatment, with a frequency that varies between 3% and 58% of the cases.It is above all a complication both for the dentist and, above all,...


Restoration of teeth with insufficient coronal tooth structure due to deep caries, resorption or traumatic injury with fracture line extended under gingival...


Etiology   Dentin hypersensitivity (DH) is defined as diminutive and sharp pain which arises from exposed dentin surface in reaction to a stimulus of...


Editorials     04 December 2019

A “planet caring” dentistry

Co-author: Edoardo Mancuso

Dentistry is a profession dedicated to promoting and enhancing oral health and well-being. To accomplish these goals, dentists use an immense variety of...


In the latest issue (November 2019) of the Angle Orthodontist an article was published about a technique developed to help the removal composite during...


Authors: D. Migliari, N. Sugaya, M. Trieveiler.

Reported by his dentist, a 76-year-old patient turns to our observation and has noticed for about a month the appearance of a lesion on the back of the tongue. The clinical examination reveals the...


Dental caries is one the most prevalent chronic disease in the world. It affects 60% to 90% of children and a large part of the adult population (data of the...


The use of restorative materials to adhere to the dental surfaces and to preserve as much dental tissue as possible, has determined and conditioned the choice...


Endodontics is a very common treatment in the pediatric dental practice and dental caries with infected root canals is an everyday problem in primary ...


Recent advances in dental implants have led to an increase in the number of patients treated, with survival rates of more than 95% in a healthy population. ...


Premolars are the most difficult elements to restore and have a high failure rate due to their anatomical position and the forces they undergo. Therefore the choice of the material to restore...


Scaling and root planing (SRP) is the gold standard for the treatment of periodontitis. However, treated sites are subject to recolonization with a microbiota...


Digital dentistry: scope and technologies in orthodontics Digital dentistry may refer to any dental technology or device that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components in contrast...


 
 
 
 

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