Dr. Edoardo Yang Fossa. graduated with honors in Dentistry in 2015 and continued his post-graduate education in multidisciplinary dentistry followed many courses in restorative, prosthodontics, implantology, oral medicine (MSc of University of Turin “Medicina Orale e cure odontoiatriche nei pazienti a rischio) and periodontology (Post-Graduate Program in “Reconstructive Surgery of Periodontal and Peri-implant Tissue” of University Vita Salute San Raffaele, Milan). Member of AIC (Italian Academy of Operative Dentistry), Active Member of Think Adhesive Group and International Opinion Leader in restorative dentistry and prosthodontics for some important dental companies. He works in private offices all over Italy and he’s focused on multidisciplinary dentistry, especially adhesive dentistry.
From DME to post-endodontic restoration: How to make your life easier
It’s common recognized the endodontically treated tooth has an increased risk of fracture than a sound tooth. So historically the daily workflow to restore it is concerned about the use of full crown. By the way, the game changing of the last 15 years is the possibility to achieve a great adhesion in the indirect restorations as well. Indeed, using adhesive luting, it’s easier and faster to get a good preparation because often we don’t need any kind of mechanical retentions and also, we don’t have to think about the classical undercuts. Even though, the solving of the endodontically treated tooth is sometimes a challenge because we have to know endodontics to achieve a good canal seal, restorative to avoid coronal leakage, prosthodontics to avoid fracture and sometime periodontist to understand the difference between deep margin elevation and crown lengthening. The goal of this lecture is to give some tips and tricks to clear the sensitive steps of the treatment of endodontically treated tooth.