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Prof. med. dent. Markus B. Blatz is Chairman of the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences, and Assistant Dean for Digital Innovation and Professional Development at the University of...


Co-authors: A. Comba, F. Florenzano

Nowadays, the resin-dentin bond remains an issue for the durability of  the adhesive direct restorations . The pre-heating of restorative materials   is a recurrent tendency to increase...


Authors: Francesca Muzzarelli, Lorella Marinucci, Stefano Cianetti, Guido Lombardo, Cinzia Barilotti, Stefano Pagano

Dental erosion, which is defined as the gradual but irreversible loss of hard tissue is a major dental issue as it may be linked to systemic diseases such as eating disorders or gastroesophageal...


33-year-old male patient with negative medical history, who came for a visit many years after the last dental check-up. He reported pain on chewing of the first upper molar. The physical examination...


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

Nowadays metal-free restorations are widely used as an alternative to metal-ceramic. However, ceramic chipping is a common complication of Zirconia layered restorations and, for that reason...


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...


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,...


Authors: Stefano Daniele, Andrea Alessandri

The aim of this systematic review it’s to provide a critical evaluation about Universal adhesives to the currently adhesive’s procedures considered as gold standard in dental adhesion strategy...


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...


Authors:Marco Calabrese Lorenzo Graiff Alberto Fioretti Matteo Fistarol

Dental caries is a disease that causes the destruction of the tooth due to the metabolic bacterial processes that take place within the oral biofilm. The term "caries" identifies the actual...


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...


Dr. Roulet earned his D.D.S. from the University of Bern School of Dentistry in Switzerland in 1974 and immediately began his academic teaching career as a lecturer at the University of Bern before...


Authors: Maria Teresa De Grazia, Eleonora Angelino, Luciano Zaffarano, Tersilla Bosia, Gianluca Trebbi, Maria Grazia Cagetti

dental caries, an irreversible progressive demineralization of hard dental tissues, is still the most common chronic disease in childhood. The aim of this paper is to describe and compare the two...


Co-authors: A. Comba, F. Florenzano

Photopolymerization is a complex operation, where a high degree of conversion of the restoration material ensures the quality and the longevity of composite restorations. The introduction of LED...


Francesco De Angelis, Camillo D’Arcangelo, Francesca Chella, Maurizio D’Amario, Mirco Vadini

The introduction of the rubber dam (RD) dates back more than 150 years ago and today it is still considered a fundamental element of the "standard of care" in modern dentistry. Despite obvious...


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


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

Direct composite restorations are considered an excellent solution for posterior teeth rehabilitation. However, in some cases, despite the evolution of adhesive systems and composite materials, a...


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

Ceramic veneers are considered an excellent choice for anterior restorations, especially when high aesthetic demand is needed. The literature in the field reveals different annual failure rates for...


Multi-chromatic restorations, which require the combination of different shade together, can be complex and difficult to use and, if the materials are not used correctly, the final esthetic result...


Co-author: Federica Florenzano

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...


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