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operative dentistry,esthetic dentistry,restorative dentistry

Analice Giovani Pereira, Daniela Navarro Ribeiro Teixeira, Michelle Pereira Costa Mundim Soares, Ramon Corrêa de Queiroz Gonzaga, Alfredo Júlio Fernandes-Neto, Paulo Vinícius Soares
The association between the presence of gingival recession and non-carious cervical lesions is a common finding in dentistry. These diseases have multifactorial etiology and the treatment should be multidisciplinary. Although traditionally the majority of professionals treat non-carious cervical lesions only with conventional restorative procedures, in most cases a combination of periodontal and restorative treatments provides the best functional and esthetic results. Thus, the objective of this case report was to present a new option for treatment, which consists of a subepithelial connective tissue graft associated with a coronally advanced flap placed on dentin and non-carious cervical lesions restored with lithium disilicate partial veneers...
January 2016: Journal of the International Academy of Periodontology
Elliot Mechanic
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
December 2015: Dentistry Today
Paul C Belvedere, Lambert L Douglas, Damon Adams
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
March 2015: Dentistry Today
Rosalia Rey, Susan Nimmo, Gail S Childs, Linda S Behar-Horenstein
Dental clinicians have an expanding range of biomaterial choices for restoring tooth structure. Scientific developments in cariology, advances in dental biomaterials, and patients' esthetic concerns have led to a reduction in amalgam restorations and an increase in composite restorations. The aim of this study was to compare teaching time with students' clinical procedures in amalgam and composite posterior restorations in dental schools across the United States. Academic deans in 60 schools were invited to complete a survey that asked for the amount of instructional time for amalgam and composite posterior restorations and the number of clinical restorations performed by their Classes of 2009, 2010, and 2011...
March 2015: Journal of Dental Education
J Reeves
As the population ages and life expectancy increases, clinicians today find themselves in the wake of an ever-growing demand for high-quality aesthetic dental treatment, by increasingly informed patients. The long-term success of both cosmetic and restorative dentistry is dependent on well designed restorations and the health of the periodontal tissues. Overhanging restorations, full crown restorations with poor marginal fit, and implant-supported prosthetics with inadequate hygiene access all increase the risk for periodontal sequelae and interproximal caries...
May 2014: Primary Dental Journal
Carlos A de Souza Costa, Josimeri Hebling, Débora L S Scheffel, Diana G S Soares, Fernanda G Basso, Ana Paula D Ribeiro
OBJECTIVE: The general aim of this article is to describe the state-of-the-art of biocompatibility testing for dental materials, and present new strategies for improving operative dentistry techniques and the biocompatibility of dental materials as they relate to their interaction with the dentin-pulp complex. METHODS: The literature was reviewed focusing on articles related to biocompatibilty testing, the dentin-pulp complex and new strategies and materials for operative dentistry...
July 2014: Dental Materials: Official Publication of the Academy of Dental Materials
Gildo Coelho Santos, Leendert Len Boksman, Maria Jacinta Moraes Coelho Santos
Advances in dental materials as well as in computer technology have made CADCAM-fabricated restorations not just possible in dentistry but plentiful. When using CADCAM systems, operators can fabricate restorations from several materials, including ceramics, metal alloys, and various composites. This case report describes the replacement of a porcelain-layered zirconia-based (coping) crown on a left lower cuspid that presented with a veneering ceramic chipping on a lithium-disilicate CADCAM-fabricated crown...
November 2013: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry
Luciana Fávaro Francisconi, Maria Cristina Carvalho de Almendra Freitas, Paula Vanessa Pedron Oltramari-Navarro, Lawrence Gonzaga Lopes, Paulo Afonso Silveira Francisconi, Rafael Francisco Lia Mondelli
In addition to providing functionality to patients, contemporary dentistry strives for esthetic excellence. Patients with anterior impairments, such as shape, size, and position alterations, have compromised smile harmony. A multidisciplinary orthodontic-operative dentistry approach has improved the treatment of these patients, since the use of orthodontic appliances in association with direct composite restorations can solve many esthetic problems. Although this treatment strategy is rather widespread, professional skills are necessary for the correct reproduction of the main features of teeth...
November 2012: Quintessence International
K Yip, R Smales
The practice of operative dentistry continues to evolve, to reflect the many changes occurring in society and in dental diseases and conditions. However, the belief that all questionable and early carious lesions should be restored still persists. This belief is largely based upon the concept that the removal of all carious tissue followed by meticulous restoration of the tooth is the treatment of choice for dental caries. Yet restorations are not permanent and do not cure caries, as the causes remain. On the other hand, preventive measures can remove or partially remove the causes, thereby reducing the risks for future caries recurrence at the same site or elsewhere in the mouth...
September 2012: British Dental Journal
Pascal Magne
Pascal Magne, lecturer in adhesive and aesthetic dentistry at the University of Southern California in the USA, on biomimetics, mentorship and the future for the profession.
August 2012: British Dental Journal
Cornelia Frese, Hans Joerg Staehle, Diana Wolff
BACKGROUND: The authors conducted a literature review to determine how dentofacial esthetics can be evaluated in restorative dentistry and which quantifiable clinical parameters can be used for this assessment of dentofacial esthetics. TYPES OF STUDIES REVIEWED: The authors selected 35 studies that focused on assessment strategies for dental professionals. The primary inclusion criteria were intraoral and extraoral esthetic assessment methods and indexes or rating scales evaluating esthetics in restorative dentistry...
May 2012: Journal of the American Dental Association
Raquel Castillo-de Oyagüe, Christopher Lynch, Robert McConnell, Nairn Wilson
OBJECTIVES: In an area of esthetic dentistry such as posterior composites, in which new materials and techniques are being devolved continuously, it is important to confirm that dental students have a clear understanding of the basic principles of clinical application of this knowledge. Considering that the preparation of dental graduates in Spain may be of interest to competent dental authorities and employers with whom they can work worldwide, this study investigated the teaching of posterior composite restorations in Spanish dental schools...
July 2012: Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal
Ramya Raghu, Raghu Srinivasan
Advances in material sciences and technology have provided today's clinicians the strategies to transform the mechanistic approach of operative dentistry into a biologic philosophy. In the last three decades, composite resins have gone from being just an esthetically pleasing way of restoring Class III and Class IV cavities to become the universal material for both anterior and posterior situations as they closely mimic the natural esthetics while restoring the form of the human dentition. In order to enhance their success, clinicians have to rethink their protocol instead of applying the same restorative concepts and principles practiced with metallic restorations...
October 2011: Journal of Conservative Dentistry: JCD
Nels Ewoldsen
Complete denture services at comprehensive care public health clinics are not common in part because of clinician concerns regarding outcomes. Educational debt forgiveness has attracted recent dental graduates to public health dentistry; however, not all recent graduates receive denture education experiences necessary to attain proficiency. While fundamental patient assessment and denture construction are taught, psychological assessment and communication with denture patients requires experience. A thorough understanding of occlusion, phonetics, esthetics and laboratory steps is also necessary...
2011: Journal (J Indiana Dent Assoc)
Christopher D Lynch, Kevin B Frazier, Robert J McConnell, Igor R Blum, Nairn H F Wilson
BACKGROUND: Resin-based composites are an increasingly popular material for restoring posterior teeth, permitting minimally invasive cavity preparations and esthetic restorations. The authors investigated current teaching of the placement of posterior resin-based composites in U.S. and Canadian dental schools. METHODS: In late 2009 and early 2010, the authors, with the assistance of the Consortium of Operative Dentistry Educators (CODE), invited 67 dental schools to participate in an Internet-based survey...
June 2011: Journal of the American Dental Association
Van P Thompson, Dianne E Rekow
All ceramic crowns are highly esthetic restorations and their popularity has risen with the demand for life-like and cosmetic dentistry. Recent ceramic research has concentrated on developing a fundamental understanding of ceramic damage modes as influenced by microstructure. Dental investigations have elucidated three damage modes for ceramic layers in the 0.5-2 mm thickness using point contacts that duplicate tooth cuspal radii; classic Hertzian cone cracking, yield (pseudo-plastic behavior), and flexural cracking...
2004: Journal of Applied Oral Science: Revista FOB
S J Bell, A G Morgan, Z Marshman, H D Rodd
AIM: To assess child and parent acceptance of preformed metal crowns (PMCs). STUDY DESIGN: This was a service evaluation using a child- and parent-centred self-report questionnaire in a convenience sample of hospital patients. METHODS: Questionnaires were developed with serviceusers and issued to 98 children who had received a PMC on a primary molar within the paediatric dentistry clinic, Sheffield Dental Hospital, UK. Children used a pictorial Likert scale to rate their treatment experience and views on PMCs...
October 2010: European Archives of Paediatric Dentistry: Official Journal of the European Academy of Paediatric Dentistry
P Ngan, L Knobloch
This paper describes the combined efforts of an orthodontist, periodontist, and a restorative dentist to save an unrestorable tooth by clinical crown lengthening. A maxillary lateral incisor, originally treatment planned for extraction, was treated with orthodontic extrusion, circumferential fiberotomy, and metal-ceramic crown restoration. To maximize the esthetic appearance of the tooth during orthodontic treatment, an acrylic resin facing was designed together with the orthodontic appliance used to facilitate vertical extrusion...
December 1993: Quintessence International
C D Lynch, S E Guillem, B Nagrani, A S M Gilmour, D Ericson
The aim of this article was to report on the attitudes, opinions and confidences of final year dental students in three European schools towards the restoration of posterior teeth and in particular towards the use of amalgam and resin composite. One hundred and twenty-eight pre-piloted questionnaires were distributed to final year dental students in Cardiff, Dublin and Malmö. The questionnaire sought information relating to various opinions and attitudes towards the use of amalgam and resin composite in posterior teeth...
December 2010: Journal of Oral Rehabilitation
Mario Alessio Allegri, Luca Landi, Giovanni Zucchelli
Restoration of non-carious cervical lesions (NCCLs) represents a major challenge for resin materials due to the different adhesive properties of the tooth structure, the biomechanical aspects of the cervical area, and the difficulties in the access and isolation of the operative field. Furthermore, NCCLs should be approached with a complete understanding of the role played by the marginal periodontal tissue. Whenever a cervical lesion is associated with a gingival recession, the interplay between restorative dentistry and periodontology is decisive for full esthetic and long-term success...
2010: European Journal of Esthetic Dentistry: Official Journal of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry
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