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Daily removal of dental plaque is considered important for oral health maintenance and prevention of periodontal diseases and dental caries.People routinely use toothbrushes at home to remove...


Authors: S. Chirico, L. Breschi

After months of emergency caused by the Coronavirus epidemic, we find ourselves living a completely different reality from what we were used to and having to ...


In these times, during Coronavirus emergency, there is a lot of talk about masks and what would be the safest for dentists. First of all, between surgical...


Author: Lorena Origo

In the current situation of COVID-19 emergency, all nations support the need to limit dental clinical activity exclusively to emergency care. In parallel, it is necessary to prepare for the following...


Authors: S. Chirico, L. Breschi

The resumption of dental activity in United States is getting closer and the American Dental Association  (ADA) has drawn up a guide to reduce the risk of...


Eating disorders (ED), such as Anorexia or Bulimia, are serious psycho-social illnesses that affect adults and adolescents mainly. Individuals affected by...


Authors: Graziani F, Izzetti R, Gabriele M, Nisi M

Oral care professionals are undoubtedly on the front line during this pandemic. Dentists are among the most exposed categories to the risk of SARS-CoV-2...


Authors: L. Breschi, S. Chirico

A tough battle is being fought all over the world against Covid-19 emergency. The numbers are really worrying, because of the high contagion power of the virus....


Translation: Prof. Luca Pani

The Coronavirus emergency, how the virus is changing, and how it will change the dental profession, were analyzed and explained by one of the leading experts in the field: the virologist Doctor...


Author: M. Montevecchi

Phase 2 is approaching. Yes, finally the collective commitment of these days seems to dare on the results and the possibility of a progressive return to the operativity of the past. But will it...


On March 31, 2020, the American Dental Association (ADA) published guidelines for dental practices on its website (https://www.ada.org/en). Dentists, in fact, must keep their offices closed to...


Authors: S. Chirico, L. Breschi

In these days of emergency, in which the epidemic of Coronavirus disease has dramatically affected not only Italy (the country in which we live), but the whole world, Prof. Breschi and I have...


Co-author: L. Breschi

The epidemic of coronavirus disease 2019 ( COVID-19) has become a major public health challenge for the entire planet. The World Health Organization have therefore made the assessment that...


Here are the indications published on the American Dental Association (ADA) website for helping prevent the transmission of coronavirus disease:Patients with an acute respiratory illness may seek...


Coronaviruses (CoV) are a large family of viruses that cause illness ranging from the common cold to more severe diseases such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS-CoV) and Severe...


Peri-implant mucositis is an inflammation of the mucosa around dental implant. Clinically, it is characterized by mucosal bleeding on peri-implant ...


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...


Dentin hypersensitivity (DH) is one of the most common problem that affected patients.Even if today is still unclear the etiology, Davari et al in their study try to explain the etiology and also the...


Poor oral hygiene has been implicated in the development of aspiration pneumonia in frail patients. In fact inadequate oral care can cause colonisation of...


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