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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...


Color has been scientifically investigated by linking color appearance to colorimetric measurements of the light that enters the eye. However, the main purpose...


The study published on the Journal of Dentistry in May 2019  quantified and compared practice patterns of treatment for deep occlusal carious lesions among Japanese dentists, and tested the...


Restoration of endodontically treated maxillary central incisors with class III defects is a challenging procedures because the choice of which rehabilitation...


Facing a structurally-compromised teeth has always been a challenging procedure among dentists. Teeth with extensive deep caries, crown fracture and short ...


Survival of dental restorations presents temporal limits, despite the improvement of oral health education and the diffusion of fluoride treatments. Sooner or later, to be restored due...


In everyday practice, caries is considered the most common reason for the replacement or repair of a defective dental restoration, and for the general ...


Non-carious cervical lesions often fail after restoration with resin composites (RC) due to: lack of cavity preparation, use of simplified adhesives (two-step...


INTRODUCTION Dental fluorosis is a chronic condition due to excessive ingestion of fluoride. This leads to a disturbed enamel formation characterized by...


INTRODUCTION Endodontically treated teeth are more susceptible to biomechanical failure compared to vital teeth, mostly due to the amount of internal tooth structure that is...


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