The idea for the "Atlas of dental rehabilitation techniques" originated from the desire to provide dental technicians and dentists with a laboratory manual that would illustrate, through pictures and captions, the techniques used to create dental prostheses as well as the technology, materials, and equipment used in the laboratory. To this end, we have tried to report-as if in a seminar lecture-our everyday work routine, documenting all the standard steps of our work and trying to capture in every photograph the importance of accuracy and precision throughout the entire process.
This atlas is intended to be an accessible and quick-to-consult volume where the reader can find useful suggestions for many techniques, from the not-always-simple single-tooth restoration to large rehabilitations that present complexity in terms of precision, functionality, and esthetics.
Performing the illustrated techniques correctly and choosing the right materials, together with the use of emerging technologies within the field, can guarantee dental technicians and their teams successful prosthetic restoration and patient satisfaction.
1. Clinical-Laboratory Communication
2. Single-Tooth Restorations
3. Fixed Partial Dentures
4. Implant-Supported Restorations
5. Full-Mouth Restorations
6. All-Ceramic Restorations
7. CAD/CAM Restorations