Andrea Cicconetti

Publications : 21
Aldex : 50
H-index : 8
Citations : 226

Anatomia, Vol. 1, Pages 204 209: A Rare Configuration origin of the Superior Thyroid, Lingual and Facial Arteries in a Pentafurcated Common Carotid Artery

Fabrizio Zaccheo et 7 al.

Dec 1, 2022 in Anatomia
Anatomia, Vol. 1, Pages 204 209: A Rare Configuration origin of the Superior Thyroid, Lingual and Facial Arteries in a Pentafurcated Common Carotid Artery Anatomia doi: 10.3390/anatomia1020020 Authors: Fabrizio Zaccheo Francesco Mariotti Alessandro Guttadauro Alfredo Passaretti Maria Elisabetta Campogrande Giulia Petroni Andrea Cicconetti Detailed knowledge about the normal anatomy and its variati...

MPs, Vol. 5, Pages 9: A Systematic Review of Cementation Techniques to Minimize Cement Excess in Cement Retained Implant Restorations

Rodolfo Reda et 7 al.

Jan 17, 2022 in Methods and Protocols
Background : The most used types of retention of implant supported prostheses are screw retained or cement retained restorations. The advantages and disadvantages of both have been identified by various authors over the years. However, cement retained implant crowns and fixed partial dentures are among the most used types of restorations in implant prostheses, due to their aesthetic and clinical a...

imaging

J. Imaging, Vol. 7, Pages 238: Ultrasound Imaging in Dentistry: A Literature Overview

Rodolfo Reda et 7 al.

Nov 14, 2021 in Journal of Imaging
(1) Background : the frequency with which diagnostic tests are prescribed with exposure to ionizing radiation, a cause of biological damage, has been studied, and with much more attention, patients are subjected to these diagnostic tests for diagnosis and follow up. This review aimed, given the recent developments of this technology, to evaluate the possible use of ultrasound in different branche...

biology

A Systematic Review of Cementation Techniques to Minimize Cement Excess in Cement-Retained Implant Restorations.

Rodolfo Reda et 7 al.

Jan 17, 2022 in Methods and protocols
The most used types of retention of implant-supported prostheses are screw-retained or cement-retained restorations. The advantages and disadvantages of both have been identified by various authors over the years. However, cement-retained implant crowns and fixed partial dentures are among the most used types of restorations in implant prostheses, due to their aesthetic and clinical advantages. Wh...


surgery

The surgical approaches to nasopharyngeal angiofibroma

Giorgio Iannetti et 5 al.

Oct 1, 1994 in Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery

COX-2 selective inhibitors: a literature review of analgesic efficacy and safety in oral-maxillofacial surgery

Andrea Cicconetti, Andrea Ripari et 3 al.

Feb 1, 2004 in Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology
BACKGROUND Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are the most commonly prescribed analgesic agents in surgical outpatients. Major limitations of NSAIDs are their gastrointestinal (GI) adverse events (perforation, ulceration, and bleeding), impairment of hemostatic function, and renal failure (with long-term therapy). A new class of NSAIDs, the COX-2 selective inhibitors (CSIs or Coxibs), ...

Ulcerated pedunculated mass of the maxillary gingiva

Andrea Cicconetti et 3 al.

Sep 1, 2009 in Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology
We report a 65-year-old Filipino woman who presentedwith a painful 2 2 1 cm mass arising from the leftmaxillary gingiva causing a poor fit of her maxillary completedenture. The lesion had been present for 2 years, with a rapidincrease in size noted during the preceding 12 months. Thepatient was a nonsmoker, had a noncontributory medicalhistory, and was not taking any medications. No submandib-ular,...


Micro-CT and PET analysis of bone regeneration induced by biodegradable scaffolds as carriers for dental pulp stem cells in a rat model of calvarial “critical size” defect: Preliminary data

Susanna Annibali et 7 al.

Oct 21, 2013 in Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B
Bone regeneration strategies in dentistry utilize biodegradable scaffolds seeded with stem cells able to induce bone formation. However, data on regeneration capacity of these tissue engineering constructs are still deficient. In this study micro-Computed tomography (micro-CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) analyses were used to investigate bone regeneration induced by two scaffolds [Granu...

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