This case study reports on the long-term clinical performance involving restoration with resin modified glass ionomer.
This case report demonstrates the challenges of a full-mouth rehabilitation with a maxillary implant-supported overdenture and single implant restorations in the mandibular arch.
In cases of pediatric malocclusion, taking advantage of growth potential can sometimes eliminate or modify skeletal anomalies and promote normal dental and skeletal growth
In restorative dental treatment, the round-rest, distal depression clasp offers an esthetic alternative for patients needing removable partial dentures.
This study analyzed whether tooth whitening can help mitigate the appearance of crowding, and the effects of bleaching on the perception of a narrow smile with large buccal corridors.
By understanding how milling machines work, clinicians can modify their tooth preparations to achieve optimal fit and material performance from CAD/CAM restorations.
Lithium disilicate, zirconia, and resin-matrix ceramic materials present three viable options for digitally based restorative dentistry.
An exploration of the pediatric and general dentist’s role in early intervention in malocclusion involving issue with space management or posterior crossbite.
Not limited to endodontics, dental dams also offer clinical advantages in restorative dental treatment.