Monaldo Saracinelli

Student of prof. Fabio Toffenetti and Riccardo Garberoglio. Student trainer in Conservative Dentistry at “Istituto Policattedra di Discipline Odontostomatologiche Università degli Studi Di Siena” (1986/87). Teacher of “Biomeccanica masticatoria e Protesi applicata” in secondary school for dental technicians (1987/88). Teacher of “Odontostomatologia” in nursing qualification (Università degli Studi di Siena facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia 1998/99 1999/2000 e 2000/2001). Active member of the Accademia italiana di Conservativa (AIC) since 2005. Active member of the Italian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (IAED) since 2011. Lecturer in courses on direct and indirect aesthetic composite restorations in anterior and posterior teeth in Italy and abroad." In the modern dental office all members of staff work at making the patient feel comfortable and establishing a friendly and relaxing environment. We believe that it is possible to achieve high standards of professionalism while continuing to emphasise the importance of human relationships. Every treatment plan is strictly customized and is the result of specific diagnostic examinations and an initial consultation where the patients’ requests and expectations are evaluated.. Our aim is to provide our patients with the least invasive treatment plan, which can be achieved thanks to a profound knowledge of materials, and adhesive procedures, which are becoming more predictable daily. The best reward and the main goal for our staff is our patients’ smile and oral health
Student of prof. Fabio Toffenetti and Riccardo Garberoglio. Student trainer in Conservative Dentistry at “Istituto Policattedra di Discipline Odontostomatologiche Università degli Studi Di Siena” (1986/87). Teacher of “Biomeccanica masticatoria e Protesi applicata” in secondary school for dental technicians (1987/88). Teacher of “Odontostomatologia” in nursing qualification (Università degli Studi di Siena facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia 1998/99 1999/2000 e 2000/2001). Active member of the Accademia italiana di Conservativa (AIC) since 2005. Active member of the Italian Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry (IAED) since 2011. Lecturer in courses on direct and indirect aesthetic composite restorations in anterior and posterior teeth in Italy and abroad." In the modern dental office all members of staff work at making the patient feel comfortable and establishing a friendly and relaxing environment. We believe that it is possible to achieve high standards of professionalism while continuing to emphasise the importance of human relationships. Every treatment plan is strictly customized and is the result of specific diagnostic examinations and an initial consultation where the patients’ requests and expectations are evaluated.. Our aim is to provide our patients with the least invasive treatment plan, which can be achieved thanks to a profound knowledge of materials, and adhesive procedures, which are becoming more predictable daily. The best reward and the main goal for our staff is our patients’ smile and oral health

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Modern adhesive dentistry has provided clinicians with simplify restorative procedures by opening new scenarios once unthinkable, thanks to the new adhesive techniques. To this end we nowadays have the possibility to perform partial restorations on anterior teeth, enabling us to get the best possible outcome.

Modern dentistry is at the centre, thanks to the clinical requests, of many important changes in recent years by introducing new direct techniques and new products to simplify the daily work.

Composites – though being the most commonly used materials in dentistry – have been changing the approach in aesthetic treatment since they have been introduced and clinicians have a range of materials to choose from, based on their treatment needs. Non-vital anteriors are considered one of the biggest challenges in aesthetic treatment, which is why clinicians often prefer full or partial indirect ceramic restorations. In this article, through the choice of new composite materials, the lecturer points out that direct restorations could lead to succesful aesthetic outcomes if correct techniques are applied, step by step.

The modern restorative dentistry is based on the principles of adhesion and minimal invasiveness. Composite materials in particular have been imposed on the market as the solution of restoration is no longer temporary, but permanent and universal, and today there is a treatment plan that does not include their use as a seal, front or rear restoration. The perfect knowledge of the strengths and techniques of application of these materials is essential for every dentist to get the best results from working time corrected. The direct restorative approach in anteriors, frequently being a main concern for the clinician, must always constitute the best therapeutic option in terms of minimal invasiveness and possible future correction or substitution, especially in young patients, as it offers an obvious advantage in terms of long-term prognosis for the tooth, making it possible to postpone more invasive, both biologically and economically, prosthetic techniques.

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