IV SIE international Congress 2021
Francesco Mangani

Francesco Mangani

Prof. MD, DDS
Graduate in Medicine and General Surgery. Post Graduate Certificate in Odontostomatology. Professor at the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery School of Dentistry/Restorative Dentistry and Dental Esthetics, Tor Vergata University, Rome.
Director of the Master Course in Adhesive Esthetic Dentistry. Delegate for the International Erasmus Program for students exchange. He is Honorary Consultant Professor at the State University (UBA), School of Dentistry – Buenos Aires (Arg). He is Honorary Consultant Professor at the Maimonides University, School of Dentistry – Buenos Aires (Arg). He is Honorary Adjunct Professor at the Benemerita Univerdidad Autonoma de Puebla (Mex), Maestria en Estomatologia Integral. President Elect and Active Member of the Italian Academy of Conservative and Restorative Dentistry. Past-President and Active Member of the Italian Society of Conservative Dentistry. Active Member of the Italian Society of Endodontics. Active Member and Co-founder of the Italian Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Affiliate member of the European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry. Fellow of the International Academy of Dental-Facial Esthetic. Author of 6 textbooks, 9 chapters, more than 250 scientific publications and abstracts in restorative dentistry and Endodontics. He lectures extensively in International Congresses all over the world. His private practice is limited to Restorative Dentistry and Endodontics.


Friday, 11 Nov

12.50 am

A large number of devitalized teeth are lost not so much as a result of poor endodontic therapy but because of fractures resulting from inappropriate restorative treatment. Although it is true that a lot of attention must be given to designing the endodontic access so as to spare the healthy tooth structure and ensure its future resistance, it is equally correct to say that it is often difficult if not impossible to do this in practice. Everybody knows that in everyday clinical practice it is sometime necessary to sacrifice the crown more than originally envisaged “in the design” because all this is with a view to achieving the objective of modern endodontic practice: cleaning and filling the root canal system in three dimensions.
Ultra-conservative opening for pulp access, so called ninja-access and super minimal cavity designs have to be considered more as a theorethical approach than a real possibility for the clinicians because all of us are much more often faced with destroyed teeth than to healthy teeth where to design such microscopic openings!!!
The world literature shows how clinical success is linked more with the restorative choice than with the amount of coronal structure preserved during a given treatment and in the last 20 years a very particular interest has been developed in obtaining a perfect “coronal” seal being it the essential to guarantee a successfull “apical” seal; the interest shown in this field can be seen from the number of papers written on this topic.
The real problem is how and which material should be used to obtain a conservative restoration of an endodontically treated teeth. Really different is the clinical approach to treating the teeth of anterior arch when related to that one used for latero-posterior teeth.
Nowaday we can safely use direct and indirect conservative adhesive approach for the majority of the anterior cases and, looking at the last results presented in the international literature, much more than yesterday we can restore endodontically treated posterior teeth using adhesive indirect techniques.

The aim of this lecture will be:

  • to present concepts for post-endo indirect restorations but also,
  • trics to transfer principles for vital teeth treatments to not-vital ones.


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