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The blue-gray pigmentation in gingival tissue, called metal or amalgam tattoo, has been found in 3.3% of adults in the United States and is caused by the inadvertent  deposition of metal particles,...


Authors: Vittorio Checchi, Luigi Checchi

Objectives. Many dental procedures are responsible for the creation of an aerosol capable of transporting bacteria, virus and infected particles into the surrounding environment. The use of...


Awareness of a potential negative impact on driving ability following surgical interventions is crucial for patient safety. One of the key factors influencing driving ability Key  is the Total...


The extraction of a lower incisor in orthodontic is uncommon and, in many instances can hold a felling of trepidation. In many cases it can be an excellent alternative to two premolar extractions...


Authors: Luigi Tagliatesta, Nadim Oliva, Giacomo Moretti, Alberto Scagnelli, Thomas Gaglione, Andrea Oliveira

Autologous dental transplantation is defined as the movement of a tooth from one alveolus to another, within the same person. The indications for performing an autotransplantation are mainly linked...


Piezoelectric surgery is a relatively new minimally invasive technique which has achieved popularity in many dentistry branch as implantology, periodontics and oral surgery. Piezosurgery is based on...


Authors: Bianca Di Murro, Piero Papi, Marco Tromba, Giorgio Pompa

The alveolar process is a tooth-dependent structure. After tooth extraction, remodeling and resorption processes influence hard and soft tissues, leading to a narrower and smaller edentulous...


Authors: Baldi D, Colombo J, Stacchi C, Robiony M, Schierano G

Minimally invasive surgery is a new paradigma also in dentistry. Historically, implant-prosthetic rehabilitations included the use of normal diameter implants ...


The extraction of a dental element, in addition to having a direct impact on the quality of life, initiates a cascade of biological events resulting from alterations in the homeostasis and structural...


Author: Lorena Origo

Founded in the late 1980s, the European Association for Osseointegration was born as an international, interdisciplinary, and independent scientific forum, initially involving reconstructive surgery...


Surgical root canal retreatmentis a surgery procedure performed to remove lesions around the apex of a tooth. This apical surgery is indicated when radiological findings of apical pathology are...


Authors: Daniela Sorrentino, Sem Decani, Demetrio Lamloum, Niccolò Lombardi, Andrea Nicali

The purpose of this paper is to describe the marsupialization technique as part of the surgical treatment of maxillary bone cysts. This procedure is particularly useful for interrupting the expansive...


Ankyloglossia (ankylos – curved/tied; glossa – tongue), also known as tongue-tie, is an embryological anatomical malformation of the tongue, characterized by an abnormally short and thick lingual...


The number of patients under treatment with oral anticoagulant and antiplatelet drugs - used for primary and secondary prevention of venous thromboembolic diseases - has grown. There are two types of...


Authors:Christian Bacci, Elisa Bardhi, Annalisa Angelini, Marny Fedrigo, Chiara Castellani, Gastone Zanette

Aim of the study: The aim of the study is to describe a significant case of the management of a patient with systemic pathologies, affected by a large mandibular cystic lesion, with long-term...


AUTHORS: Gabriele Villani, Giovanni Lodi, Andrea Sardella, Clementina Elvezia Cucuzza, Rosario Musumeci, Marianna Martinelli, Elena Maria Varoni

 Bacteremia of oral origin is defined as the presence of bacteria, coming from the supra and subgingival plaque, in the bloodstream. Usually, bacteremia is transient and asymptomatic, but in...


Authors:Maria Sofia Rini, Marco Brady Bucci, Maurizio Marini, Dario Brady Bucci, Diego D’Urso

OBJECTIVES. The aim of this work is to identify the effectiveness and criticality of laser use in dentistry in the light of medico-legal evaluations. MATERIALS AND METHODS. We analyze the...


Authors:Magda Mensi, Elisabetta Audino, Eleonora Scotti, Emanuele Zanola, Elisa Bettinsoli, Stefano Negrini, Luca Visconti, Stefano Alessandro Salgarello

INTRODUCTIONThe aim of this retrospective observational study is the comparison between two different surgical approaches for the ONJ treatment in terms of healing and absence of recurrences. These...


Edentulism is mainly rehabilitated with complete dentures worldwide. Patients who remain dissatisfied with their mandibular complete denture may convert it into an implant-supported overdenture with...


Molars with intra-radicular horizontal and vertical bone destruction tend to respond less favorably to routine periodontal treatment than single-rooted teeth. Class II and III furcation involvement...


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