The modern prosthetic dentistry currently uses techniques and materials that are increasingly conservative and respectful to the dental tissues, with the goal of a predictable result in the long term. Today a prosthesis increasingly based on Cad- Cam technologies, intraoral scanners, and digital management of functionality. The prosthetic techniques are adhesive and miniinvasive, but they require always more appropriate protocols in tooth shortening.

The aim of this course is to provide the protocols and the management of tooth preparation. The marginal design must be in line with these principles and be accessible to each operator and then with clinical impacts non-operator-dependent.

Provide the protocols and management of the dental tissues and gingival tissues during the precision impressions taking; this phase, called phase two, consists of a gingival displacing or deflection obtained with specific techniques, which are dependent on the biotype periodontal reference, with the purpose of placing the finishing line more apically in the final position in the sulcus.

With the advent of minimally invasive techniques, the modern esthetic dentistry is basically new, especially with regard to the requests of the patients for treatments of increasing value in terms of quality and oriented towards a rapid and optimal solution also of large and complex imperfections. Purpose of this module are planning and implementation of an appropriate esthetic treatment in the ideal times, with the help of techniques, with or without minimal tooth preparation and with the use of innovative materials, in order to achieve the final solution.

The different techniques will be shown using video sessions.