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This article focuses on clinical manifestations patients may present with, treatment regimens and dental implications.


Authors investigated the survival of extensive direct composite restorations performed to replace an amalgam reconstruction on vital molars and premolars. ...


Researchers evaluated the effect of pre-heating on wear and color stability of high-viscosity bulk-fill resin composites vs. conventional resin composites.


This study aimed to analyze existing scientific literature to explore advantages and limits of lubricant materials used during restorative procedures.


Resin composite materials, with their excellent mechanical properties and aesthetic properties, are now considered the materials of choice in dental restorations. 


Dental cracks always represent a problem that is difficult to manage and diagnose by the dentist.


Dental restorative materials with antibacterial properties can potentially solve secondary caries that occur around restorations.


In a recent literature review, MB Blatz and his research team analyzed the past 100 years of cosmetic dentistry to assess the evolution of dental research and...


Manufacturers are constantly introducing new compositions with different fillers and matrices, and several years ago they introduced bulk-fill composites. These materials promised time saving and...


The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, or IAMOT, recently highlighted a study on the impact of daily activities for people with fillings that contain dental amalgam. Led by a...


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

In patients requiring an indirect restoration, the  proximal box is often below the surrounding gingival margin and close, or even below, the cementoenamel junction (CEJ). Deep margins may...


Author: Andrea Baldi

A 21-year-old male patient came to my attention reporting sensibility related to sweet and cold on the 4th quadrant. The general medical history revealed that the patient spent many months in...


Co-authors: A. Comba, E. Mancuso

In spite of rapid development in the field of dental materials, the issue of time affected degradation of the hybrid layer has still not been resolved. Dentinal...


18-year-old patient with multiple carious lesions located in the first quadrant. After the radiographic examination, the surgical field was isolated with a...


The accumulation of plaque, which determines poor oral hygiene in the patient or the presence of incongruous restorations, can lead to the development over time of a secondary caries, or a carious...


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

In compliant patients noninvasive interventions such as fluoridation or flossing may be efficacious to hamper progression of existing proximal caries lesions. However despite all preventive efforts,...


Resin composite materials, with their excellent mechanical properties and aesthetic properties, are now considered the materials of choice in dental restorations. In addition to direct fillings,...


Author: Dr. Vergano

A 24-year-old female patient came to my attention with the need of esthetic improvement on 2.1, restored nearly 10 years ago, when she was a child. General...


Co-authors: A. Comba, F. Florenzano

IDS (immediate dentin sealing) consists of applying a dentin bonding agent (DBA) immediately after dentin preparation, to avoid contamination with oral fluids and impression or provisional...


The "Giancarlo Pascarmona" Contest is organized by the Italian Academy of Conservative and Restorative Dentistry (AIC).

AIC Award 2022 Contest is the competition that the Italian Academy of Conservative and Restorative Dentistry (AIC) announces for its young Ordinary Members, with the aim of rewarding the best...


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