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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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Simone Grandini

Simone was born on 22nd February 1970 in Florence, Italy and graduated in 1994 from the Dental School of Florence University.
In 1995 he obtained a postgraduate certificate in Periodontology at the University of Genoa, Italy and in 1996 he obtained a postgraduate certificate in Restorative dentistry at the University of Florence, Italy.
He was clinical instructor of Restorative Dentistry at the University of Florence (1997-1999)
In 1999 he started working as visiting professor at the University of Siena, Italy.
In 2002 he obtained a Master of Science in Dental Materials and Clinical applications, and in 2004 he completed his PhD studies at Siena University with the thesis “Basic and clinical aspects of selection and application of fiber posts”.
Since 2005 he has been Head of Department and has the chair of Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry, at Siena University.
He also teaches Restorative Dentistry and Dental Hygiene at the School of Dental Hygienists, and Preventive Dentistry at the postgraduate School of Orthodontics.
Since 2010 he has been the Dean of the School of Dental Hygienists.
Over the last 18 years he has given more than 250 lectures on Endodontics and Restorative dentistry in Europe, America, and Asia.
He has published in many national and international journals, and is a reviewer for many peer reviewed journals.

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Clinical and scientific guide to fragment reattachment

Simone Grandini - 7 Jul 2016

It is widely known that fractures of anterior teeth are common among children, particularly those aged be- tween 8 and 11. Many techniques and materials are available to restore uncomplicated fractured crowns. Porcelain veneers or jacket crowns require substantial sacrifice of dental structure. Resin composite materials guarantee a more conservative approach, and reattachment of the fragment is nowadays a reality. It is a faster procedure, with a better and longer lasting esthetic results, and an incisal margin wear that matches that of adjacent teeth.
The purpose of this article is to make a critical appraisal, based on scientific and clinical

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Aesthetic correction after fragment reattachment

Simone Grandini - 2 May 2016

Fragment reattachment can be a valid alternative to a direct restoration whenever coronal fractures occur in anterior teeth. If the

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Fragment reattachment and post reattachment bevel

Simone Grandini - 16 Feb 2016

When coronal fracture occurs in anterior teeth, fragment reattachment can be a valid alternative to a direct restoration. If the

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