Ph.D. Bruna Sinjari
She graduated cum laude in Dentistry in 2008, at the University “G.d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara,
Italy. In 2010 she was the winner of a check quarterly regional abroad for research and advanced
training in scientific and technical disciplines carrying out research at the” Laboratory for the study
of Calcified tissues and Biomaterials “, Faculty of Dentistry, Université de Montréal, Quebec.
She had her PhD dissertation on Based and Applied Medical Sciences, curriculum Dentistry at the
University “G.d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara, Italy, in 2013.
In June 2016 she had her specialization in Orthodontics and TMJ Disorders. Actually, she is
Researcher at the Department of Medical, Oral and Biotechnological Sciences and teaches Dental
She has participated as sub investigator and investigator in different Randomized Clinical Trials on
humans, sponsored by Italian and International companies.
She is Vice president of the “National Society of Italian Dentists” (ANDI) for the region of
Abruzzo, and Treasurer of the same society for the district of Chieti. She is also Treasurer of the No
profit society “Ud’A Odontoalumni” from 2013 till now.
She has participated as invited speaker in numerous national and international congress and is the
author of more than 40 papers, published in impacted or peer reviewed national and international
journals. She has an H-index of -7.
”DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN PROSTHETIC DENTISTRY ”
Prof. Dr. Sergio Caputi, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Tonino Traini, Ph.D. Bruna Sinjari
The wide diffusion of digital technologies in prosthetic dentistry has allowed an improvement in the
control of laboratory procedures and therefore the working time in the dental chair side. Although
the digital work-flow can achieve clinically acceptable quality levels it is not able to fully replace
the analog techniques which continue to be considered the Golden Standard. The report, through the
presentation of clinical cases made using digital and analog techniques, aims to provide participants
with an overview of the most suitable techniques and materials to be used in prosthetic restorations.
At the same time the accent will be placed on the differences present within the same materials,
when these are destined to the digital work flow or to the analogue one. Particular emphasis will be
placed on the stages of preliminary clinical evaluation, on the formulation of the diagnosis and
treatment plan with digital support and will also be discussed the limitations that are still present on