Moldovani Domna, D.D.S. |
Domna Moldovani has graduated (D.D.S.) from the Dental School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and in 2015 started the postgraduate program of Operative Dentistry (MSc.). From 2013 she serves as a Clinical Instructor at the Department of Operative Dentistry of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (Chair. Prof. Dr. A. Kakaboura). Miss Moldovani has participated with posters and oral presentations in several congresses both nationally and internationally. For her Oral Presentation she was granted the prize “Ioannis Karkatzoulis” at the 15th Peloponnese Dental Congress (2014), the 1st Heraeus Kulzer Award at the joined meeting of the postgraduate students in Operative Dentistry of both Athens and Thessaloniki Universities (2017) and the 1st prize at the 55th Annual Congress of the Stomatological Society of Greece (2018).
Saturday, December 12 (08.30)
Contemporary techniques for direct restorations in the aesthetic zone
The anterior region is the most challenging area to treat. Many direct and indirect techniques have been proposed for this reason. Direct composite restorations are fundamental in contemporary clinical practice but can be challenging and are considered technique sensitive. Clinicians require both technical and artistic skill to provide composite restorations that restore function and aesthetics to blend seamlessly with the residual dentition. The aim of this joined presentation is to help the dentist deal with aesthetic dilemmas in the anterior zone such as diastema closure, change of shape, direct veneers and fractures through clinical cases. A step by step approach in composite layering, finishing and polishing will be analyzed in order to present different ways of achieving optimum aesthetic results.