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By Davide Bencivenni, Pierantonio Bellini, Camilla Garuti, Ugo Consolo

The authors aim to define a complete picture of the current clinical applications of L-PRF and to share preliminary clinical cases.


from Dental Cadmos

This clinical case is surgical management of a patient with a central giant cell granuloma involving the right maxilla.


Although non-opioid analgesics such as paracetamol and ibuprofen are recommended as the first choice for dental pain, many dentists prefer to prescribe opioids. This is concerning due to the risk of...


A study aimed to examine how the mobility of the inferior alveolar neurovascular bundle changes with or without removing the bone around the mental foramen.


Oral surgery     23 September 2022

Dry socket: better to prevent?

Dry socket is a common complications that develops after the extraction of a permanent tooth, and it is characterized by pain in and around the extraction site with a partial or total loss of a blood...


Authors: Michele Cassetta, Federica Altieri

The impaction of the second mandibular molar (MM2) is an anomaly of the final stage of dental development recognizing several aetiological causes. The prevalence of...


Impacted third molars are directly or indirectly the underlying cause of numerous disorders in the mouth, jaw and facial regions like:  pericoronitis and ...


Author - Dr Marco Martignoni

Irrigation of root canals is key to improve the removal of bacteria, pulp tissue, smear layer and debris from the root canal system (1), reducing the risk of post-treatment disease. In fact, it is...


Authors: Christian Bacci, Luca Donolato, Alessia Cerrato, Gastone Zanette

Apical post-treatment pathology can jeopardize the success of endodontic treatment. Various alternatives must be taken into account to promote periapical healing: orthograde retreatment, which is...


Authors: Octavian Fiore, Carla Cinquegrana, Elisabetta Vignudelli, Giuseppe Corinaldesi

The definition of “kissing molars (KMs)” refers to a condition in which two or more permanent mandibular impacted molars are in tight contact with the respective occlusal surfaces inside the same...


Maxillary third molar extraction is commonly performed in dental clinics. The traditional techniques is a combination of luxation and removal forces...


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...


Thrombocytopenia is defined as such when a platelet count below 150,000 / mL appears and can be classified as:- mild (platelet count between 100,000 / mL and 150,000 / mL), and is usually clinically...


Reduction of postoperative discomfort after third molar surgery is of interest for all oral and maxillofacial surgeons and their patients. Various drugs have been considered in the attempt to...


Authors: Nadim Oliva, Giuseppe Di Martino, Dario Scarnò, Federico Guerri, Pietro Fusari:

Cysts are composed of an inner epithelial portion containing a liquid secretion and of an outer connective wall. In 2017, the last World Health Organization (WHO) classification of odontogenic and...


There is a variety of anesthetics that can obtain the specific requirements of different clinical treatments. For tooth extraction it is necessary to use resources to control suffering and discomfort...


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...


Tooth extraction causes vertical and horizontal alveolar bone resorption with a spontaneous volumetric hard and soft tissue remodeling. This unfavourable...


Authors: Nadim Oliva, Giuseppe Di Martino, Dario Scarnò, Federico Guerri, Pietro Fusari

Cysts are composed of an inner epithelial portion containing a liquid secretion and of an outer connective wall. In 2017, the last World Health Organization (WHO) classification of odontogenic and...


Canines are an important component of the aesthetics of a smile, and their abnormalities involving the morphology, position or absence of these teeth can negatively affect the patient's self-esteem....


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