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Microscopic Dentistry; Practical Use in Restorative Dentistry Today

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Restorative dentistry has changed in recent years. New materials and techniques allow the execution of partial restorations, direct and indirect, with metal-free techniques and started a true partnership between this discipline and prosthodontics. A good esthetic and functional rehabilitation starts from the proper clinical evaluation of the patient and of his problems, planning all the clinical and laboratory procedures in order to reduce the possibility of performing a subpar restoration. The use of high magnification in the right steps can improve our clinical result and optimize the session with the patient. The goal is to achieve the right balance between biology, esthetic and function by applying a minimally invasive approach.

Date Added:
5/31/2017

Author(s):

Alessandro Conti, DDS Alessandro Conti, DDS
Dr. Conti graduated in Dentistry magna cum laude at the University of Pavia.
He is visiting professor at the University of Pavia (Department of Restorative
Dentistry) a...
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Questions & Comments
Alessandro Conti - (6/6/2017 3:39 PM)

Thanks a lot Howard, I'm happy to read this from you, you are too kind

Howard Gluckman - (6/6/2017 6:40 AM)

great lecture thanks for the tips and tricks amazing stuff

Alessandro Conti - (6/2/2017 2:43 PM)

Many thanks dr. Salama, it is an honor and a privilege to do this presentation for this group and is a big pleasure to read your words here.

Maurice Salama - (6/1/2017 12:59 PM)

Alessandro, one of the nicest presentations I have seen on direct adhesive dentistry in some time. My compliments. Dr. Salama

Alessandro Conti - (6/1/2017 2:30 AM)

Thanks a lot Ace, if you pay attention during recording you need less time for editing, I'm happy that you like it

Ace Jovanovski - (5/31/2017 12:35 PM)

Nice work.... It takes a lot of time to edit and put all of that together!! GREAT STUFF.

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