Issue 4/2021

In this issue you find the following Subjects:

  • Current technological processing and uses of silicate ceramics
  • Vertical tooth surface loss – a narrative review. Part I
  • Formation and detection of titanium release during implant insertion
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table of contents (4/2021)

Clinical Snapshots

Original Articles

  • Part I: Epidemiology and diagnosis

    Vertical tooth surface loss – a narrative review

    Introduction: Tooth surface loss (TSL) is etiologically the sum of cumulative, multifactorial events, which ultimately lead to irreversible loss of tooth structure. Tooth surface loss can be pathological depending...

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  • An ex-vivo study in human donor bone

    Formation and detection of titanium release during implant insertion

    Introduction: In orthopaedic wear of titanium components of endo-prosthesis is an increasing problem, especially in hip prosthesis. Inflammation and tissue degeneration make surgical revisions risky and unfavourable....

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  • Beware of contamination! Do hemostatic agents influence the microtensile bond strength of a universal adhesive to dentin?

    Introduction: The aim of this study was to evaluate whether hemostatic agents containing aluminum chloride affect the microtensile bond strength of a universal adhesive to dentin. Materials and Methods: The...

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Guideline

  • Update of the S3-Guideline “Implant-prosthetic rehabilitation in the edentulous maxilla” – What is new?

    Summary: In 2013, the first version of the S3-guideline “Implant-prosthetic rehabilitation in the edentulous maxilla” was published [7]. The professional society that released the guideline (Deutsche Gesellschaft...

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Position Paper

  • Position Paper of the German Society of Endodontology and Dental Traumatology

    Endodontic pain management

    Summary: Pain of endodontic origin usually requires dental intervention as soon as possible. In the ideal case, this should represent the first step of regular dental treatment afterward.Full pulpotomy without root...

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