Dr. Francesca Vailati

Personal Information

Name:  Francesca Vailati

Address:  Rue Saint Leger 8, Geneva

Country:  Switzerland

Date of Birth:  n.n.

Phone:  n.n.

E-Mail:  francesca.vailati@unige.ch

Homepage:  3STEPACADEMY.COM

Languages:  English

 

Education and training

Sept 1989 – Nov 1994

University of Bari

 School of Medicine
Doctor in Medicine MD

Magna cum Laude

Bari, Italy 

Jun1996 – May 2000

University of Pennsylvania            

School of Dental Medicine

Doctor of Dental Medicine DMD

Summa cum Laude

Philadelphia, PA, USA 

May 2000 – Jun 2003

University of Connecticut Health Center        
School of Dental Medicine
Graduate Prosthodontics Program
Master’s in Dental Science MS

Certificate in Prosthodontics

Farmington, CT, USA    

July 2003

University of Siena

School of Dental Medicine

Doctor in Dental Medicine DMD

Siena, Italy    

July 2003 – Dec 2003

UNiversity of Connecticut                                    
School of Dental Medicine
Graduate Prosthodontics Program
ITI fellowship

Farmington, CT, USA     

Jan 2003 – 2004

Universtity of Geneva

School of Dental Medicine

Department of Prosthodontics

ITI Scholarship
Geneva, Switzerland

Professional Life

Experience

2004 – present

Universtity of Geneva, School of Dental Medicine Department of Prosthodontics Senior Lecturer, Geneva, Switzerland                                               

 

2008 – present

Private Practice, Geneva dental team Geneva Switzerland

Competences

  • Dental ceramics
  • Particularly Zirconia
  •  Innovative CAD-CAM composites
  • Minimally Invasive Treatment Strategies development
  • Biocompatibility and soft tissue integration of restorative dental biomaterials
  • Esthetic and innovative minimally invasive protocols in restorative dentistry

Memberships

  • Member of European Academy of Esthetic Dentistry 
  • Member of Various scientific organizations

Publications

  • Master’s Thesis 2003 “Fatigue Protocol Development and Testing of Cemented Bi-layered Ceramics “Funding: GNYAP Student Grant (Great New York Academy of Prosthodontics)
  • Treatment planning of adhesive additive rehabilitations: the progressive wax-up of the three-step technique. Int J Esthet Dent. 2016 Autumn;11(3):356-77.
  • Four-unit fixed dental prostheses replacing the maxillary incisors supported by two narrow-diameter implants – a five-year case series. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2016 Jun 21.
  • CAD/CAM monolithic restorations and full-mouth adhesive rehabilitation to restore a patient with a past history of bulimia: the modified three-step technique. Int J Esthet Dent. 2016 Spring;11(1):36-56.
  • Malpositioned implants in the anterior maxilla: a novel restorative approach to reestablish peri-implant tissue health and acceptable esthetics. Part II: Case report and discussion. Int J Esthet Dent. 2015 Winter;10(4):522-32.
  • Malpositioned implants in the anterior maxilla: a novel restorative approach to reestablish peri-implant tissue health and acceptable esthetics. Part I. Case presentation and treatment options. Int J Esthet Dent. 2015 Autumn;10(3):368-73.
  • Full-mouth adhesive rehabilitation in a case of amelogenesis imperfecta: a 5-year follow-up case report. Int J Esthet Dent. 2015 Spring;10(1):12-31.
  • Adhesively restored anterior maxillary dentitions affected by severe erosion : up to 6-year results of a prospective clinical study. Eur J Esthet Dent. 2013 winter ; in pubblication.
  • Full-mouth adhesive rehabilitation in case of severe dental erosion, a minimally invasive approach following the 3-step technique. Eur J Esthet Dent. 2013 Autumn;8(3):358-75.
  • Full-mouth minimally invasive adhesive rehabilitation to treat severe dental erosion: a case report. J Adhes Dent. 2012 Feb;14(1):83-92.
  • Palatal and facial veneers to treat severe dental erosion: a case report following the three-step technique and the sandwich approach. Eur J Esthet Dent. 2011 Autumn; 6(3):268-78.
  • Classification and treatment of the anterior maxillary dentition affected by dental erosion: the ACE classification. Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2010 Dec;30(6):559-71.
  • Development of a clinically validated bulk failure test for ceramic crowns. J Prosthet Dent. 2010 Oct;104(4):228-38
  • “Outcome Evaluation of Early Placed Maxillary Anterior Singe-Tooth Implants Using Objective Esthetic Criteria: A Cross-Sectional, Retrospective Study in 45 Patients with a 2- to 4- Year Follow-Up Using Pink and White Esthetic Scores”. J Periodontol Vol 80-1 January 2009 140-151.
  • “Full-Mouth Adhesive Rehabilitation of a Severely Eroded Dentition: The Three Step Technique. Part III ”. Europ J Esth Dent.vol 3 -3 autumn 2008 236-257.
  • “Full-Mouth Adhesive Rehabilitation of a Severely Eroded Dentition: The Three Step Technique. Part II ”. Europ J Esth Dent.vol 3 -2 summer 2008 128-146.
  • “Full-Mouth Adhesive Rehabilitation of a Severely Eroded Dentition: The Three Step Technique. Part I . Europ J Esth Dent.vol 3 -1 spring 2008 30-44.
  • “Replacement of the Fur Maxillary Incisors with a Fixed Partial Denture Using a Conventional Loading Protocol. ITI Treatment Guide – Vol 2
  • “Replacing Four Missing Maxillary Incisors with Regular-or Narrow-Neck Implants: Analysis of Treatment Options”. European J Esth Dent 2-1: 42-57.
  •  “Severe Attachment Loss at the Maxillary Incisors: Part 2”.
  • European J Esth Dent 1- 3: 248-255.
  • “Severe Attachment Loss at the Maxillary Incisors: Part 1”.
  • European J Esth Dent 1- 2: 166-176.
  •  “Failing four-Unit Maxillary Fixed Partial Denture” Part 2.
  • European J Esth Dent 1-2: 158-164.
  • “Failing four-Unit Maxillary Fixed Partial Denture” Part 1.
  • European J Esth Dent 1-1: 78-86.
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