Preparation and cementation of lithium disilicate onlay

Andrea Savi

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The new ceramics make it possible to have much more conservative prosthetic treatments than used to be the case in the past. The first choice material in restoring an individual element today is certainly an etchable ceramic that can be cemented using resinous cements. Using thin resistant esthetic ceramics avoids having to carry out full dental preparations. Being able to carry out partial preparations has significant prognostic advantages in both the preservation of healthy dental tissue and closure on the enamel outside the gingival tissues.


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Graduated in Dentistry and Dental Prostheses at the University of Parma on the 24th of October, 1994 and was registered in the Order of Doctors and Dentists of the Province of Parma as a Specialist in Odontostomatological Surgery. University of Florence 2008. Active member of AIOP (Italian Academy of Prosthetic Dentistry) since 2013