01 Feb What’s New in February 2020
Preview: How do I know where to Close the Crown in the Vertical Preparation?
if you have any doubts about where to correctly place the closing edge of the crown in your vertical preparation,
then you have to listen and see this Educational Video of Dr Marco Maiolino
Guided Tissue Regeneration in a Left second Incisor with simplified Papilla Preservation.
Performed by: Dr Daniele Bordonali
Abstract: The Patient, V.M. female age 35 came to my attention for pain and swelling on the left second incisor.
A 12 mm probing on the palatal side was found, at pulp vitality test the tooth was still vital. 5 days amoxicillin was prescribed, then the first treatment option was guided tissue regeneration surgery because the lesion was mainly a periodontal one the main cause was the groove on the palatal side of the tooth starting from cementum enamel junction till the apex: this kind of groove is usually a…
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The Dark Side of Rubber Dam III
a new article by Dr Pasquale Venuti
We have analyzed, in the former article, the geometrical incompatibility among the rubber dam hole and the cervical contour of the tooth. The resulting open spaces have two effects:
- allow fluids passages under the pressure of muscles (tongue, cheek, lips) and under the gravity force
- can promote fluids passage by means of capillarity
The capillarity action is the ability of a liquid to rise up in narrow space without…