9 myths in dentistry
Myth 1 - Milk teeth do not need to be treated. In fact, milk teeth, as well as permanent teeth, play an important role in the life of the human…

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Ankylosis. Part III: Treatment of Children with Permanent Ankylosis
As mentioned in parts I and II of the series of articles about ankylosis, several factors must be taken into account when choosing the appropriate treatment option for ankylosed tooth.…

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Top 10 intraoral scanners 2019 (CEREC Digest)
Foreword: Learning from Your Mistakes Two years ago, I wrote an article entitled “Overview of Intraoral Scanners at IDS 2017”, comparing 14 intraoral scanners at a dental show in Cologne.…

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mineralized healing

Five values of adhesive rehabilitation (part 1)
Recently, we have heard a lot about minimally invasive rehabilitation, and when it comes to front teeth, we sometimes recommend the manufacture of ceramic veneers of minimal thickness. As before,…

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An electric toothbrush that helps you see your dentist less often
Who does not dream of a medical capsule, in which he lay down and recovered, is cured of all diseases? But it is still ahead of us. We will not…

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A clinical case of jaw radionecrosis and periimplantitis after radiation therapy
Osteoradinecrosis (ORN) of the lower jaw is a serious complication that can occur in patients after a course of radiotherapy during the complex treatment of neoplasms of the head and…

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Do you "wedge" your teeth before a composite restoration in the lateral region?
Composite materials for direct restoration of the lateral tooth group are the most common in clinical practice. However, clinicians often need to make a lot of efforts in order to…

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