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Aws Alani

Occlusal considerations and strategies for GDP orthodontics, Tif Qureshi

Composite has seen a strong renaissance in recent times with a large variety of materials appearing on the market packed with claimed improvements in handling strength and appearance. We do not need scientific data to appreciate that the latter claim is... Continue Reading →

Centric Relation Definition: A Historical and Contemporary Prosthodontic Perspective by Palaskar et al.

Centric relation (CR) is a core topic of dentistry in general and prosthodontics in particular. The term CR has become thoroughly confusing because of many conflicting definitions. Unfortunately definition of CR changed repeatedly over past ten decades. All the existing... Continue Reading →

Control in restoring the occlusion, Mahul Patel

Occlusal diagnosis plays an important role in the planning and subsequent delivery of predictable functional and aesthetic restorations and prostheses. Once an occlusal problem is identified there are a number of techniques and materials that can be utilised to record... Continue Reading →

Advances in materials and concepts in fixed prosthodontics: a selection of possible treatment modalities by Edelhoff et al.

The introduction of adhesive techniques in combination with translucent restorative materials has greatly influenced treatment concepts in fixed prosthodontics. Modern production technologies offer access to new polymer materials that provide innovative pre-treatment options for complex prosthetic rehabilitations. Additionally, computer-aided design... Continue Reading →

Key Topics in Restorative Dentistry presents the Occlusion Symposium, Saturday 7th September at the BDA London

Key Topics in Restorative Dentistry presents a symposium on Occlusion by experts who will provide an insight into some important aspects of diagnosing, managing and treating occlusal problems. Aws Alani will begin the day with an overview of occlusal concepts... Continue Reading →

Temporary restorations: the key to success by Basil Mizrahi

For newly graduated dentists, temporary restorations are often not seen as an important part of treatment, but rather a simple stopgap from the time the final impression is taken until the final restorations are fitted. This is due to the... Continue Reading →

Fantastic video of a partial pulpotomy with Bioceramic by John Rhodes

https://youtu.be/cwOiEolE52I Click here for Key Topics in Restorative Dentistry Symposium on Occlusion

Dental occlusion: A critical reflection on past, present and future concepts by Turp et al.

For nearly a century, the diversity of concepts about ‘normal’ and ‘ideal’ dental occlusal relationships has led to confusion in trying to describe the occlusion of any individual patient. In addition, a similar controversy arises when trying to formulate treatment... Continue Reading →

Gingival recession: part 3. Surgical management using free grafts and guided tissue regeneration by Patel et al.

This paper is the third in a three part series looking at the aetiology and management of gingival recession. Part 1 in this series discussed the aetiology of gingival recession and the non-surgical management. Part 2 discussed in detail the... Continue Reading →

Gingival recession: part 2. Surgical management using pedicle grafts by Patel et al.

This paper is the second in a three part series looking at the aetiology and management of gingival recession. Part one discussed the aetiology and non-surgical management and this part aims to discuss the use of pedicle soft tissue grafts... Continue Reading →

Gingival recession: part 1. Aetiology and non-surgical management by Patel et al.

Gingival recession is a common finding in many patients. Some patients will not be concerned whereas others will have aesthetic concerns or complain of sensitivity. This paper highlights the aetiology of gingival recession, the treatment options available to treat any... Continue Reading →

Post-and-cores: Past to present by Terry & Swift

For more than 250 years, clinicians have written about the placement of posts in the roots of teeth to retain restorations. As early as 1728, Pierre Fauchard described the use of “tenons,” which were metal posts screwed into the roots... Continue Reading →

Over 100,000 views restorativedentistry.org – The top 6 Blogs

To celebrate over 100K reads on Restorativedentistry.org since its release in January 2017 I have compiled the top 6 blog posts over the last two years or so. Please enjoy. Maxillary Molar Root Canal Morphology and Anatomy Useful online Dentistry... Continue Reading →

Precise root canal location with dynamic navigation: case study

Its a common problem we face when we have a tooth requiring root canal treatment that is severely sclerosed. We all love a challenge but how will our determination to locate the canal effect the remaining residual tooth tissue? How... Continue Reading →

Restoration of the root canal treated tooth by Eliyas et al.

When considering endodontically treated teeth, the quality of the restoration is important from the outset. It sheds light into possible causes of pulp necrosis or failure of endodontic treatment and influences the outcome of future endodontic treatment. A tooth undergoing... Continue Reading →

Contemporary endodontics – part 1 by Barnes & Patel

This is the first of two review papers which aim to update the general dental practitioner on contemporary endodontic practice. This first paper reviews advancements in knowledge of endodontic infections, case selection and diagnosis. An overview is given of contemporary... Continue Reading →

Interdisciplinary management of severe intrusion injuries in permanent incisors: a case series by Nazzal et al.

Intrusion injuries to the permanent dentition are amoung the most severe types of dental injuries, occurring in 0.3‐1.9% of all dental trauma cases. The current clinical guidelines in the management of intrusion injuries are based on level B evidence due... Continue Reading →

Contemporary obturation of the root canal system by Tomson

This article will provide an overview of the rationale behind taking a contemporary approach to obturation of the root canal system. It will outline a broad range of obturation materials including those traditionally used and newer, advanced ones that are... Continue Reading →

Utilising combined CBCT and intraoral scanning with dynamic navigation for implant placement by Burgess

With the developments in digital technology and the need for accuracy in implant placement the utilisation of scanning technology to aide placement of implants is inevitable. This article provides some insight into recent developments in this exciting field of guided... Continue Reading →

The three step technique for adhesive rehabilitation by Vailati

The technique of 'double veneering' teeth for tooth surface loss is not a new one. This was first described in 1996 by Bishop and colleagues in the British Dental Journal. Interesting how good ideas get recycled and rejuvenated over the... Continue Reading →

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