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Biologically Guided Simplified Anterior Restoration

A simplified layering technique with only two composite opacities can solve most of our anterior restorations, if we respect the biology and the shape of the restoration.

Management of fractured central incisor with direct composites. Using the right instruments for essential steps

As large incisor restorations are quite challenging, using the right techniques and instruments goes a long way in ensuring an aesthetic outcome, repeatable and predictable.

Anterior composite veneering. A minimally invasive approach to enhance the aesthetics.

Additive veneering is often a good choice when it comes to enhancing smiles, especially with the right tools and materials in hand.

Easy and fast one quadrant restorations by bulk-fill composite

Managing multiple large restorations is not as time-consuming as one might think. Learn how manage quadrants composite restorations using a bulk fill.

Restorative Interface in Esthetic Dentistry – Zirconia

Conditioning soft tissues is key to prosthetic success, especially in the esthetic area. See all steps to restore a single incisor with a Zirconia crown

As conservative as possible

The combination of well-established techniques and minimal invasiveness can lead to optimum results for the dentist and the patient.

Esthetic and functional integration with direct composite in posterior region

The direct composite restoration of a proximal surface in class II cavities requires the fulfillment of several criteria: attainment of an anatomically correct contour and tight contact area, adequate marginal adaptation and accurate marginal ridge placement.

The Front Wing Technique. A realistic approach.

The Front wing technique is an amazing strategy to close diastemata in a single session. It is incredibly precise, cost-effective and easily executed if compared to other techniques. Believe me, try it once and you will fall in love with the Front Wing Technique.

Flexible matrices for anatomical anterior proximal restorations

This article will focus on understanding the design of the natural proximal surface and how it can be restored with composite using sectional matrices from Polydentia.

Biologically Guided Simplified Anterior Restoration

A simplified layering technique with only two composite opacities can solve most of our anterior restorations, if we respect the biology and the shape of the restoration.

Management of fractured central incisor with direct composites. Using the right instruments for essential steps

As large incisor restorations are quite challenging, using the right techniques and instruments goes a long way in ensuring an aesthetic outcome, repeatable and predictable.

Anterior composite veneering. A minimally invasive approach to enhance the aesthetics.

Additive veneering is often a good choice when it comes to enhancing smiles, especially with the right tools and materials in hand.

Easy and fast one quadrant restorations by bulk-fill composite

Managing multiple large restorations is not as time-consuming as one might think. Learn how manage quadrants composite restorations using a bulk fill.

Restorative Interface in Esthetic Dentistry – Zirconia

Conditioning soft tissues is key to prosthetic success, especially in the esthetic area. See all steps to restore a single incisor with a Zirconia crown

As conservative as possible

The combination of well-established techniques and minimal invasiveness can lead to optimum results for the dentist and the patient.

Esthetic and functional integration with direct composite in posterior region

The direct composite restoration of a proximal surface in class II cavities requires the fulfillment of several criteria: attainment of an anatomically correct contour and tight contact area, adequate marginal adaptation and accurate marginal ridge placement.

The Front Wing Technique. A realistic approach.

The Front wing technique is an amazing strategy to close diastemata in a single session. It is incredibly precise, cost-effective and easily executed if compared to other techniques. Believe me, try it once and you will fall in love with the Front Wing Technique.

Flexible matrices for anatomical anterior proximal restorations

This article will focus on understanding the design of the natural proximal surface and how it can be restored with composite using sectional matrices from Polydentia.

Face and Smile Analysis – The Power of Communication in Selecting Dental Shapes

Esthetic analysis of smiles keeps evolving, especially as we are provided with tools and technology thatallow us to effectively design and communicate, both with our patients and technicians.

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ESSENTIAL LINES

Semi-Direct Overlay with Essential Lines

Treating heavily destroyed teeth is not always an easy task. This technique combines the Essential Lines Technique and the stamp technique to plan ahead before starting to excavate.
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Essential Lines At Home

RUBBER DAM

Single shade everyday

An excellent strategy to integrate in the Front Wing workflow is the pre-operative mock-up. This strategy is useful in many ways, four to be precise...

DIGITAL

Face and Smile Analysis – The Power of Communication in Selecting Dental Shapes

Esthetic analysis of smiles keeps evolving, especially as we are provided with tools and technology thatallow us to effectively design and communicate, both with our patients and technicians.

DENTAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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Evolution of Dental Bleaching, from research to clinical evidence

The aim of this article is documenting, using mobile dental photography, the progress of bleaching treatment. This case is an attempt to translate the research to clinical evidence while improving the confident smile of the patients.

DIASTEMA

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The Front Wing Technique. A realistic approach.

The Front wing technique is an amazing strategy to close diastemata in a single session. It is incredibly precise, cost-effective and easily executed if compared to other techniques. Believe me, try it once and you will fall in love with the Front Wing Technique.

BLEACHING and INFILTRATION

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As conservative as possible

The combination of well-established techniques and minimal invasiveness can lead to optimum results for the dentist and the patient.

INDIRECT RESTORATIONS

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Every cloud has a silver lining. A single veneer case

Some call these happy accidents. The important thing is to have a healthy and happy patient at the end of treatment. Read more on this single veneer case by dr Giulio Pavolucci

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