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The use of endocrown in the rehabilitation of endodontically treated teeth is becoming increasingly popular in recent years, especially thanks to the encouraging data in the literature. This type of...


Ileana Carminati, Joanna Katarzyna Nowakowska, Anna D’Apote, Massimo Del Fabbro, Luca Francetti

Objectives: The aim of this work is to establish a correlation between rapid palatal expansion and changes in width, length and perimeter of the upper and lower arch.Materials and methods: The study...


Authors: Franco Brenna, Lidia Tordiglione, Adriana Brenna, Sergio Porro

Objectives: The aim of this case report is to present the management of vital anterior tooth with a complex crown fracture with pulp exposure caused by traumatic injury. The case describes the...


Intraoral scanners, facial scanners, and computer-aided design software programs have become powerful tools for treatment planning and previsualization, and are everyday more often used by dentists...


Co-author: F. Florenzano

Today, the use of digital workflows for the fabrication of indirect restorations is constantly increasing thanks to the evolution of computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing-based...


In the last decade, the development of new technologies has moved in parallel with a rapid evolution of restorative materials on the rails of Digital...


The restoration of endodontically treated teeth is still a discussed topic in dentistry. Today, the most common restoration for endodontically treated teeth...


Co-authors: A. Comba, F. Del Bianco

In recent years the use of chairside CAD/CAM ceramics restorations has rapidly increased. The choice of materials includes zirconia-reinforced lithium silicate...


One of the challenges in esthetic implant supported restorations is to replicate the emergence profile of soft tissue contours created by provisional restorations. Various analog techniques have been...


The use of CAD/CAM composite resin blocks is a valid alternative to the ceramic ones in restorative and prosthetic dentistry. In fact, as we can see in all the...


The spread of the CAD/CAM system has become increasingly evident in recent years and its use is not only limited to restorations and prostheses on natural teeth, but also to the rehabilitation of...


Several prosthodontics rehabilitation processes are needed to recreate a correct masticatory function. The provisional stage is quite important and materials employed in this phase are not completely...


CAD/CAM technology has been used in industry for long time and has increased in popularity over the past years in dentistry from making impressions, casts, provisional and final restorations. The...


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...


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...


Digital dentistry may refer to any dental technology or device that incorporates digital or computer-controlled components in contrast to that of mechanical or electrical alone. The scope of digital...


Contemporary computer-aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems involve a wide range of dental restoration indications such as inlays, onlays, laminate...


With the development of CAD/CAM system, nowadays the most used materials in the prosthetic fields are: zirconia and lithium disilicate. In particular, in a...


In many areas of restorative dentistry, metal-free materials offer an alternative to metal-based restorations while ensuring high levels of biocompatibility and...


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