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The Restorative Dentistry Blog

A blog on topical and hopefully interesting bits of Perio, Endo and of course Prostho

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Implantology

Useful online Dentistry papers and resources

Restorative Dentistry RCS Diagnosis, prevention and Management of Dental Erosion RCS Management of Temporomandibular disorders RCS The Oral Management of Oncology patients RCS NHS Implant guidelines RCS Restorative Dentistry needs complexity assessment BSRD Crown and Bridge Guidelines McGill Consensus on... Continue Reading →

Endodontic Microsurgery: A new paradigm in apical disease management by Daniel Flynn

The advent of predictable implant technology has challenged endodontists to adopt more techniques into their armamentarium. Endodontists need to be able to provide high quality predictable treatments. Gone are the days of the clumsy apicectomy and amalgam retrograde fillings. Like all... Continue Reading →

Key topical areas in Implant Dentistry: EAO Consensus Conference 2015

What is a consensus statement ? A consensus statement is a comprehensive analysis by a panel of experts (i.e., consensus panel) of a scientific or medical issue related to dentistry. A consensus statement is developed immediately after a consensus conference... Continue Reading →

How can you manage tooth loss in the traumatised dentition?

Tooth loss through trauma is tragic. Stu in 'The Hangover', his character being a member of the dental profession, was positively shocked that, whilst under the unfortunate influence of Rufilin (for the dentolegal gang he didn't consent to this), had his... Continue Reading →

Managing the ‘pink bits’ of prosthodontics

The 'pink' part of restorations can get forgotten whilst the 'white' parts get all the attention. The presence of a realistic gingival margin, root contouring, gingival stippling and potential age related gum changes can really add to the 'aesthetics' of... Continue Reading →

Soft tissue manipulation or remodeling for implant restorations

Restoring single tooth implant restorations optimally can be difficult and is multifactorial depending on the soft tissue biotype, the axial position of the implant, the angulation and the bucco-palatal dimension. Ensuring that all of these factors are optimal whilst placing... Continue Reading →

The endodontic-implant continuum

About 5 years ago I was approached  by the Royal College to do a paper on the endodontic implant interface. At the time the conjecture about the longevity, survival and success of implants was starting to being questioned both within... Continue Reading →

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