Giuseppe Marchetti

Dr.Giuseppe Marchetti, DDS - Born in Parma, Italy in October 1972. - Graduate in Dentistry in Parma in July of 1996 with 110/110 - Active Member of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry(IAED) - Active Member of AIC ( Accademia Italiana di Conservativa ) - Owner of Studio Dentistico Marchetti in Parma (Italy) since February of 2004 - Private practice limited to Restorative & Prosthetic dentistry - Lecturer for the Universities of Siena(Italy) and Marseille (France) - Lecturer in national and international courses and conferences
Dr.Giuseppe Marchetti, DDS - Born in Parma, Italy in October 1972. - Graduate in Dentistry in Parma in July of 1996 with 110/110 - Active Member of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry(IAED) - Active Member of AIC ( Accademia Italiana di Conservativa ) - Owner of Studio Dentistico Marchetti in Parma (Italy) since February of 2004 - Private practice limited to Restorative & Prosthetic dentistry - Lecturer for the Universities of Siena(Italy) and Marseille (France) - Lecturer in national and international courses and conferences

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A pranzo con Style Italiano, menù del giorno: restauri indiretti
Un corso di odontoiatria conservativa nel 2015 deve essere di immediata utilità. Per il neolaureato deve trasmettere passione e rispetto per il dente, l’oggetto della nostra professione. Apprendere con facilita’ tecniche di restauro ripetibile e rapide, con pochi concetti, chiari e di immediata comprensione e con pochi materiali da utilizzare nella pratica quotidiana. Per il dentista esperto deve dare nuove opportunità di restauro, quali faccette e intarsi, da realizzarsi con tecniche codificate, tempi rapidi e soluzioni anche realizzabili alla poltrona. Qualità alla portata di tutti, spiegata in modo semplice ed immediato con l’ausilio della tecnologia video HD. Non la solita lezione teorica, non la solita parte pratica, ma un mix interattivo di fasi di lavoro ed esempi clinici con immagini e riprese live in full HD così da mantenere alta l’attenzione dei partecipanti e mostrare tutti i trucchi e segreti per fare una odontoiatria sostenibile per il professionista e per il paziente. Lunedì, alla propria poltrona, ogni partecipante ricorderà cosa fare, perfettamente! Questa è la sfida Styleitaliano-ANDI….

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Today more and more often we see the performing of techniques of coronal relocation of cervical margin (Deep Margin Elevation) in clinical situations in which you would need to do resective bone surgery, with lengthening of the clinical crown. We emphasize that the Deep Margin Elevation procedure recently introduced by Prof. Pascal Magne, Dr. Didier Dietschi and Dr. Roberto Spreafico is not an optional procedure to surgery, but it is applied in borderline clinical situations in which the isolation with a rubber dam is difficult but still possible, anywhere there is the need to facilitate the impression maneuvers and subsequent isolation for bonding, but in those clinical situations in which the periodontal biological width is still present.  The concept of biological width postulated by Gargiulo et al in 1961 is a major requirement in restorative and prosthetic. The biological width must be respected, both in restorative procedures than in prosthetic ones otherwise we'd create iatrogenic periodontal pockets. The scientific article wants to clarify illustrating a very simple and repeatable procedure in which the ideal steps are first the cleaning of caries with the preparation of a cervical margin, which then must no longer be moved apically, then the surgery to put the bone crest to three mm from the cervical margin already prepared and finally the restorative maneuvers. It is a huge mistake to perform the surgery procedures before preparing the cervical margin, thus often it results in the need to also perform a Deep Margin Elevation too, which is a contradiction in terms.

The restorative procedures of posterior areas are the most frequent in our daily practice. Despite the fact that composites are used in posteriors since more than twenty years, there's still a lot of confusion about when to choose a direct technique or an indirect one, and when to do surgery or not. At the same time, indeed, when restoring we must have a perfect isolation, that means that we do not have to select shortcuts: when surgery it's mandatory, we have to perform it, to obtain a proper isolation, good impressions, and a perfect sealing. This Article clarifies how and when to chose a direct approach or an indirect one, depending on the clinical indications.
indirect and direct composite restorations a clinical case Giuseppe Marchetti D.D.S., Private practice: Studio Dentistico Marchetti – Parma, Italy, drgmarchetti@hotmail.com
The post-ortho restorative treatment as a solution to closure of diastemas – which are often associated with microdontia – can involve direct techniques, with the modern composite resins, or indirect techniques, with composites, glass ceramics or the new hybrid materials, in an extremely conservative way. The indirect techniques can be, nowadays, completely additive in various clinical situation, thanks to the gaps that have to be compensated. Most of the times a prosthetic preparation is, in fact, not necessary for those teeth that are very small and don’t have undercuts. The only peculiarity is the assessment of an insertion axis for the handwork which is, most of the times, buccal. There are several advantages of not preparing the teeth, e.g. preservation of the present enamel, management and control on the emergence profile, reduction in time of the appointments. In this scientific article a modern approach is proposed for the solution of microdontia and diastema of upper lateral incisors with a multidisciplinary approach.

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