Daniele Rondoni

Born in Savona in 1961 where he lives and has worked in his own laboratory since 1982 with his collaborators. Graduated from the dental technicians school IPSIA “P.Gaslini” in Genoa in 1979. He continued his education by attending relevant workshops for the “Italian dental school “and -furthered his professional experience in Switzerland, Germany and Japan. -Particularly interested in the morphology and dental aesthetics, he has collaborated in the development of aesthetic dental restoration materials. and is author of “Techniques of Ceramic multistratification” (ed.UTET). He has created a manual for laboratory work on the use of composite materials by determining work protocols for the indirect technique and also for the technique of pressing composite structures on metal know as the “inverse stratification system” which he designed . He is the author of numerous articles on aesthetic restoration published in Italy and abroad. -Some of his cases are published in the text “The conservative restoration of anterior teeth.”(ed.ACME) Vanini Mangani Klimovscaja. other clinical cases are presented by dr. W.Devoto in the publication ”Restorative Dentistry” Treatment procedures and future prospects (ed.E. Masson) - Active member EAED -Member and speaker SICED Teacher-trainer in practical dental aesthetics at the graduate school of Brescia SICED
Born in Savona in 1961 where he lives and has worked in his own laboratory since 1982 with his collaborators. Graduated from the dental technicians school IPSIA “P.Gaslini” in Genoa in 1979. He continued his education by attending relevant workshops for the “Italian dental school “and -furthered his professional experience in Switzerland, Germany and Japan. -Particularly interested in the morphology and dental aesthetics, he has collaborated in the development of aesthetic dental restoration materials. and is author of “Techniques of Ceramic multistratification” (ed.UTET). He has created a manual for laboratory work on the use of composite materials by determining work protocols for the indirect technique and also for the technique of pressing composite structures on metal know as the “inverse stratification system” which he designed . He is the author of numerous articles on aesthetic restoration published in Italy and abroad. -Some of his cases are published in the text “The conservative restoration of anterior teeth.”(ed.ACME) Vanini Mangani Klimovscaja. other clinical cases are presented by dr. W.Devoto in the publication ”Restorative Dentistry” Treatment procedures and future prospects (ed.E. Masson) - Active member EAED -Member and speaker SICED Teacher-trainer in practical dental aesthetics at the graduate school of Brescia SICED

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Composite restorations are gaining more and more field in Dental aesthetics, especially when the composite is indirect (treated in the laboratory) their physical properties increase and the contraction is practically zero, because of the thin cement layer with which are cemented. An Article by… Daniele Rondoni, Savona, Italy Not everyone is highly skilled to model composite or ceramics, the technique we propose in this article is meant to fulfill the desire of advanced morphology with no need of complicated modeling techniques or years of developing skills. Starting from scratch, is mandatory to program the case in wax, even as a protocol of daily basis. Wax is a material used by every technician from the start of its carrier and in the every day work.
Morphology in Aesthetic Restorations An Article by… Daniele Rondoni, Italy Success in aesthetic restorations resides on the combination of many factors, but over all morphology plays a main role in natural features in light interaction and internal stratification. Knowledge in the finest morphological details and their interrelationship can be obtained by a constant modeling exercise combined with a thorough analysis of anatomy and its relationship with bio-dinamic features. So this way, nature and the way it works are our main teachers, the moment we analyze a natural tooth by its occlusal surface we are amazed by its evident harmony between the elements and its clear functional meaning. The study of natural models will allow us to learn quickly The study of natural patterns will enable us to quickly learn the correct tooth alignment, the literature and the experience also allow us to understand how a basic shape as a cone, besides being a component of the real anatomy, can easily be reproduced with our essential materials.
How to finish and polish high-end temporary restorations. A video by Daniele Rondoni.

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