Graduate in Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis at the University of Ancona in 1992.
Active Member of the Italian Society of Endodontics.
Certified Member of the European Society of Endodontology.
Associate Member American Association of Endodontists.
Gold Member of Styleitaliano Endodontics.
In the Italian Society of Endodontics held the positions of Coordinator of the Cultural Committee (2012-2015), Assistant Editor of the Italian Journal of Endodontics (2014-2015) Treasurer (2016-2018); Secretary (2019).
Co-author of the book “Testo Atlante di Anatomia Endodontica" published by Tecniche Nuove in 2011. Co-author of the book “Isolamento del campo operatorio" published by ANDI Servizi in 2013. Co-author of the book "Manuale di Endodonzia" published by Elsevier Masson Italy in 2013. Co-author of the iBook “The Isolation Game” published in Apple iBook Stores Co-author of the book “Ritrattamenti: soluzioni per le patologie apicali di origine endodontica" published by EDRA in 2018.
Lecturer in theoretical and practical courses on subjects related to the isolation of the operative field and endodontics, has participated as a speaker at courses and conferences in Italy and abroad. Private practice, concentrating mainly in Endodontics and Restorative Dentistry and author of publications on journals of national and international sector.
Ledge creation is one of the most common iatrogenic damages during the shaping. As Clinicians we do prevent ledge creation using a “sweet” approach to the Endodontic anatomy during the shaping, but we also know how to manage the ledge when it is present, as there is a strong and scientific recognized relationship between presence […]
In daily practice it’s really important during the shaping of the root canal system relying on high quality endomotor. Nowadays the market is plenty of rotary files with very different indications of use from each other in term of direction and angle of rotation, torque and speed. Some devices can work just in continuous rotation, […]
Many of the difficulties found in root canal treatment are due to variations in root canal morphology (1). Root canal morphology is limitless in its variability and clinicians must be aware that anatomic variations constitute a formidable challenge to endodontic success (2). First reported by Carabelli in 1884 (4), this extra root, that is generally shorter […]