Ricardo Tonini D.D.S. M.Sc graduated from dental school of University of Brescia (italy) at 2004. At 2007 he carried out his Master degree from university of Verona (italy) in Endodontics.
Gold member of StyleItaliano Endodontics.
His scientific work includes publications, continuous participations in national and international meetings and teaching experience in Italy (university of Brescia).
Since 2010he is an active member of the Italian Society of Endodontics and the
Italian Society of Microscopic dentistry. He is also a member of Style Italiano study club.
He is the inventor of ProTrain®, and has collaborated for several other innovations in dental industry.
Dr Tonini maintains Private Practice limited in Endodontics for the last five years in Brescia, Italy.
Some of Pubblications:
R Tonini – Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry, 2017 – Wiley Online Library
A Krokidis, R Tonini – extraction – media.zwp-online.info
J Adhes Dent 21 (2019), No. 3 (07.06.2019)
Page 229-237, doi:10.3290/j.jad.a42521, PubMed:31093620
The Effect of Cold Atmospheric Plasma (CAP) Treatment at the Adhesive-Root Dentin Interface
Materials (Basel). 2020 Jan 2;13(1). pii: E194. doi: 10.3390/ma13010194.
In Vitro Evaluation of Antibacterial Properties and Smear Layer Removal/Sealer Penetration of a Novel Silver-Citrate Root Canal Irrigant.
Retreatments: how to manage complex cases. A practical guide for making it feasible
Every operator, even if expert, sometimes has to face challenging clinical situations during retreatments. Sometimes it’s not important how good and perfect the operator is while he is doing an Endotontic retreatment… sooner or later, he has to face an iatrogenic error.
It could be a mistake he did, it could be a mistake someone else did.. but anyway he has to find way for solving and fixing it in a predictable way.
Typical iatrogenic damages are represented by perforations.. A perforation may occur at various stages of retreatment, including access cavity preparation, calcified and curved canal negotiation and during post space preparation/removal.
They are communications between the root canal space and the attachment apparatus which may compromise also, at the end, the prognosis of the tooth. For this reason it is important have protocols and right techniques, in order to fix and buy time for these compromised teeth.
During this lecture speaker will explain step by step with videos and simple slides how to repair different kind of perforations, giving all necessary tips and tricks in order to make it easier and repeatable. Only predictable techniques will be presented and communicated effectively and a selection of the most modern materials will be suggested. Following the guidelines proposed by presenters, the attendees will be able to reproduce them successfully in their daily practice.
Understand how to avoid iatrogenic errors
Learn how to fix a floor perforation
Learn how to use the sandwich technique
Learn how to use Bioceramic materials
Learn how to have good disinfection in such situations