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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. 


Researchers found that low-dose CBCT imaging protocols provide accurate 3D anatomical information with an improved benefit-risk ratio. 


Researchers conducted a randomized clinical trial with four years of follow up, comparing the traditional “All on Four” technique with a digital smile designed computer aided approach.


from Dental Cadmos

The aim of the study was to evaluate the accuracy of linear radiographic measurements obtained with three different systems of artificial interdental cavities.


Although computer-assisted implant surgery is gaining popularity in dentistry and several recent studies were published, the results encompass a wide range of...


Despite the broad use of lithium disilicate systems, in recent years there are new developments of a more reliable glass-ceramic with further increased strength...


A prospective clinical study compared for the first time the accuracy of digital and conventional maxillary implant impressions for completely edentulous patients.


Author: Dario Cianci

Digital dentistry requires the use of intra- oral scanners allowing the simplification of the impression phase, dramatically improving the workflow for the dentist work with significant benefits for...


Artificial intelligence (AI) has immense power, with applications that use data and results in near real-time. Dentistry33's Paola Omini recently spoke with Dr. Marina Domracheva, founder, and owner...


Increased demand for esthetics of patients and dental professionals has led to generate a large variety of esthetic materials. For clinically successful esthetic restorations, it is essential to...


Dental brand company, Envista Holdings Corporations, has extended and expanded its commercial partnership with DSO, dentalcorp Holdings Ltd. Envista company, Nobel Biocare, will also work to support...


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


Authors: C. Monaco, N. Ragazzini, L. Card, E. Evangelisti

The introduction of digital technologies in implant-prosthetic dentistry has allowed an improvement in the predictability of clinical results, the reduction...


Authors: F. Zingari, F. Gallo, E. Carozzi, S. Ghezzi

Male 59 year old patient, non smoker, with no evidence of systemic diseases.The patient presents a superior provisional bridge anchored on three dental pieces 1.2,1.1, 2.3 and on an implant in...


The use of three-dimensional (3D) intraoral scanners for oral health monitoring, particularly for the detection and subsequent observation of carious lesions, is receiving increasing attention from...


Endodontically treated teeth restored with crowns are reported to have an higher success rate compared with endodontically treated teeth restored without cuspal coverage. Furthermore, modern adhesive...


Co-authors: A. Comba, U. Josic

Traditional methods for planning and evaluating esthetic dental procedures rely on 2-dimensional (2D) photographs, which can limit the ability to evaluate and represent the patient’s head and face....


Authors: F. Zingari F. Gallo S. Ghezzi E. Carozzi

A 63-year-old female patient, smoker, in good general health, with severely compromised dental arches.X-ray examination with orthopantomography showed severe periodontal disease in the few remaining...


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