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Authors: Antonio Gracco, Edoardo Conte, Alessandro Frezza, Sabina Saccomanno, Alberto De Stefani, Giovanni Bruno

Dental traumas frequently occur in young children and young adults. The maxillary incisors are the most commonly damaged teeth with a greater risk for central maxillary incisors, especially in...


Restorative materials used in dentistry should have surface characteristics that inhibit bacterial adhesion and biofilm formation. Understanding bacterial adhesion (quantitatively) to different...


The restoration of severely damaged endodontically treated teeth is still a discussed topic in dentistry. Today, the most common restoration for endodontically treated teeth involves post and crown,...


Dental caries and tooth wear remain an oral public health issue affecting nearly 100% of the adult population.  When the amount of lost tooth structure is important, often either a complete...


Co-authors: A. Comba, F. Del Bianco

Digital technologies are evolving rapidly and, in particular, their use for the fabrication of temporary crowns is increasing. In fact following a digital workflow, an interim crown can be made by...


Co-authors: Tatjana Vukadinov

The introduction of adhesive systems and dental restorative materials of enhanced mechanical and esthetic properties has enabled the rise of minimally invasive dentistry, and esthetic restorations...


A promising 5-year survival of 93% to 99% has been reported for implant-supported fixed dental prostheses (  FDPs ) . A review of tooth-implant-supported    FDPs reported a 5-year survival rate...


Prosthetic rehabilitation using fixed dental prostheses improves the quality of life and oral health of patients who need replacement of missing teeth or just restoration of teeth.  In order to...


Authors: Storelli S, Palandrani G, Scanferla M, Viera D, Romeo E

The dental materials suitable for oral rehabilitation have rapidly evolved over time.GoldAlloys to ceramic crowns were produced for several decades using a lost-wax casting procedure for the...


Authors: Silvio Mario Meloni, Marco Tallarico, Milena Pisano

Purpose. To evaluate the outcomes of a new computer-guided surgical approach for prosthetically - and aesthetically - driven implant insertion in horizontally atrophic ridges using a double template...


Dental implant therapy has been widely used as a treatment for missing teeth.  Although dental implants have demonstrated a high survival rate (over 95%) and 5-year success rate (over 90%),...


Zirconia (ZrO2) is a high-strength polycrystalline ceramic and is considered a suitable material for single crowns (SC) and fixed multi-unit dental prostheses (FDP), as it tolerates higher occlusal...


In aesthetic dentistry, shade matching between restoration and the surrounding tooth structures is a key factor for its success. This aspect is particularly challenging for thin translucent ceramic...


Interim dental restorations are used during prosthetic rehabilitation in order to provide function, phonetics and aesthetics to the patient during a short period of the treatment while the final...


Authors: Andrea Savi, Aldo Crescini, Oliviero Turillazzi, Maddalena Manfredi

The agenesis of the anterior sectors represents a therapeutic problem that necessarily involves more dental specialists. The agenesis of the superior lateral incisors are the most frequent and they...


Prosthetic dentistry, and as a consequence clinicians working in that field, has a  high risk for exposure to coronavirus through aerosols and possibly contaminated surfaces. In addition, ...


What is the secret to reach both predictable function and esthetics in anterior areas? It is like cooking gourmet food...To know exactly the ingredients and be able to mix everything with the right...


Glass-ceramics are broadly used among dentists as restorative materials, mainly because they can be adhesively bonded to dentin and enamel. These etchable materials include feldspathic-reinforced,...


Authors: Andrea Fama , Davide Cavagnetto, Andrea Abate, Andrea De Filippis, Eleonora Mainardi, Luca Esposito

The term dilacerated refers to a dental element that has an alteration of the axial inclination of the crown with respect to the root. Dilaceration can occur at the crown-root junction with...


The world is ageing rapidly and according to United Nations Population Fund UNFPA, people aged 60 years and more represent 12.3% of the total population, and by 2050, this number will increase to...


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