Murad Akhundov

Dr. Murad Akhundov graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry in Baku, Azerbaijan. In 2013 won Pisa Master Course Contest provided by Style Italiano. Limited practice to direct and indirect Aesthetic restoration Since 2013 he is an active member and lecturer in Dental Academy Baku and IMPERIO group. Author of several articles in international journals. More than 20 times winner of best post of the week in Styleitaliano Facebook group
Dr. Murad Akhundov graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry in Baku, Azerbaijan. In 2013 won Pisa Master Course Contest provided by Style Italiano. Limited practice to direct and indirect Aesthetic restoration Since 2013 he is an active member and lecturer in Dental Academy Baku and IMPERIO group. Author of several articles in international journals. More than 20 times winner of best post of the week in Styleitaliano Facebook group

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1 day lecture and hands-on about direct composite restorations in posteriror region
1 day lectutre and hands-on about direct posterior restorations

ARTICLES PUBLISHED BY THIS AUTHOR

Restoration of the anterior teeth is always one of the most difficult challenges for doctors, since there is always a risk not to get into color, and this can lead to the future mistrust of the patient. Following the basic principles of color matching and the layering of composites we can turn our daily routine work in to the excellent aesthetic results.

It is diffucult to make several restorations when we have many areas to restore. During such procedures, clinicians usually choose an indirect restoration protocol, as workflow is much easier for the technician rather than for dentists. The disadvatage of this method is that you cannot accomplish the work in just one visit. But, if we know the proper way to manage multiple restorations we can achieve a good result even with direct techniques. The main advantage of direct restorations in these cases is the short time needed to get satisfactory results. In this article we will discuss how to make it in a more advanced way.

What do we mean by minimal invasion? First, when starting preparations, we must preserve as much healthy tooth structure as possible. In this article we analyse one of the most popular methods today - preparation using air abrasion. Using a stream of aluminium oxide particles we can easily remove tooth structure and prepare cavities for restoration. The strike of abrasive particles at high speed remove small amounts of tooth structure especially the softer one as the carious tissue. Air abrasion is a good choice in the following situations: 1) Removal of superficial enamel defects 2) Excellent tool for detection of pit and fissure caries 3) Abfractions and abrasions conditioning 4) Removal of old restorations (composites, amalgams, glass ionomers, porcelains) 5) Cleaning the surface of the enamel and dentin for better bonding when done at proper pressure
In aesthetic restorations we need to get a perfect shape, color and texture of teeth. In order to do this, we need not only manual skills, but knowledge of the general principles and techniques of restorative therapy. In the daily practice, we are often faced with patients who have problems in anterior teeth. It is believed that the anterior teeth are more difficult to restore because we work in the display area. With simple techniques and protocols we are going to learn how to overcome this problems.

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