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“Welcome to our world of feasible, teachable and repeatable dentistry”

Styleitaliano TMFounded in 2008 by Prof. Angelo Putignano and Dr. Walter Devoto, Style Italiano quickly developed into what it is today: A rapidly growing community of skilled dental practitioners who contribute their ideas to bring more simplicity and predictability into everyday dental procedures.

We would like to invite you to meet our founders and members, dig into our wealth of articles illustrating feasible, teachable and repeatable techniques and share your own knowledge! Those who would like to improve their practical skills will also be given the opportunity to register for one of our popular seminars.

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Enrico Cassai

Dr. Cassai graduated cum laude in Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics at University of Ferrara in 1999. He is active member of the Italian Society of Endodontology (SIE) and the Italian Association of Microscopic Dentistry (AIOM). He is associate member of the American Association of Endodontists (AAE) and European Society of Endodontology (ESE).
Regional secretary of the SIE (Italian Endodontic Society) in the year 2015-2017.
In 2004 Dr. Cassai was Preceptor at the Endodontics Department of Loma Linda University (California). He attended Dr. M.Torabinejad’s ward, Dr. Cliff Ruddle’s course center and Dr. Stephen Buchanan’s course center in Santa Barbara (California).
He lectured in courses and conventions both in Italy and abroad as lecturer and he is author of several publications on international scientific journals. Dr. Cassai is also a contract professor for Endodontology at University of Ferrara (AY 2004-2010 and 2013-2016).
He works in private practice in Ferrara, particularly committed to clinical endodontics, microscopic surgery and aesthetic restorative dentistry.

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THERMAFIL: The technique step by step

Enrico Cassai - 17 Feb 2017

Thermafil obturation technique was designed and presented by Dr. Ben Johnson ("A new gutta-percha technique. J Endod 1978), as a simple method for the delivery of thermoplasticized gutta-percha to the prepared root canal. Initially, this system relied on metallic carriers covered by a uniform layer of α phase gutta-percha, intended to be heated over an open flame and inserted in the root canal, already dried and treated with a small amount of sealer. The reported advantages of Thermafil include: apical sealing ability, a short of learning curve, length control, conservative enlargement of root canals. The Thermafil system has since been

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Enrico Cassai - 16 Jul 2016

After having realized a minimally invasive access cavity and removed the coronal interferences (preflaring) the next step is passed to

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Ultrasonics in Endodontics: Part 1

Enrico Cassai - 10 Jun 2016

Around the end of 1950 the ultrasonic technology has had a wide spread not only in the field of hygiene

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History of Endodontic Instruments

Enrico Cassai - 22 Apr 2016

The first endodontic file was crafted in the mid 1800s by Edward Maynard by notching round wires at first from

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