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Periodontal disease is a chronic inflammatory disease that affects the periodontium and is classified into gingivitis and periodontitis with reversible and irreversible tissue damage.

As people’s age increases, the rehabilitation of completely edentulous patients using conventional complete dentures has become widespread. 

Oral cancer (OC) is one of the most common forms of head and neck cancer and continues to have the lowest survival rates worldwide, despite advances in research and therapy. The prognosis of OC has...

Intra-oral scanners (IOS) continue to gain popularity in the dental field, replacing traditional impression taking and related technology. Although there are numerous studies in the literature...

By Lorenzo Breschi and Diego D’Urso

Digital technology is increasingly being adopted in the dental clinical practice, making treatments more predictable and improving the level of communication with patients. However, the clinician...

By Lorenzo Breschi and Carlo D’Alessandro

Limited information is available regarding the adhesive interface stability and overall efficiency of these new 3D-printed materials.

By Lorenzo Breschi and Carlo D’Alessandro

The aesthetic outcome of dental treatments relies heavily on the natural integration of prosthetic restorations with the surrounding periodontal or peri-implant soft tissue. 

By Lorenzo Breschi and Annamaria Forte

AI models have been applied to mapping the finishing line of tooth preparations or assisting in tooth anatomy selection for the automated design of dental restorations by using CAD methods.

By Lorenzo Breschi and Diego D’Urso

Thanks to modern technology, an alternative to traditional onlays and complete coverage crowns for dental erosion exists in ultrathin bonded posterior occlusal veneers. 

This study aimed to calculate the correlation between the radiopacity levels of various intracanal medicaments and radiolucent streak formation using cone-beam computed tomography.

Static computer-aided implant surgery (S-CAIS) offers the possibility of inserting multiple implants in an optimal tridimensional position with a lower surgical time compared to a conventional...

Intraoral scanners (IOS) are continuing to gain popularity in clinical dentistry, replacing the traditional impression-taking and related technology. Despite their increasing importance, there are...

By Lorenzo Breschi and Annamaria Forte

Although the use of direct resin-based composite restorations is broad and can provide reliable and esthetic results, the higher mechanical properties and color stability of CAD/CAM restorations have...

WhatsApp is the most used communication app according to the survey that found 84.3% used the app. Traditional text messages are sent by 50.9% of doctors, while only 14.5% use Telegram or...

The position of dental implants is generally verified through imaging exams, even though its use exposes patients to radiation. Using polyurethane jaw models, the purpose of this in-vitro study was...

By Lorenzo Breschi and Diego D’Urso

Coachman et al. have presented a case report of surgical crown lengthening in an esthetic region to describe how a digital workflow can improve diagnosis, treatment outcome and follow-up.

Carestream Dental will introduce the Neo Edition of the CS 7200 imaging plate system, demonstrating its continued investments in innovation. Other Neo and Evo Editions of its CBCT systems will ...

By Professor Lorenzo Breschi, Annamaria Forte

High aesthetic demand has revolutionized the treatment plans favored by the developments in materials and technique technologies. 

Since the mid-1770s the history of dentistry has involved the introduction of new high-tech materials and manufacturing processes, materials often borrowed from fields unrelated to dentistry. 

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