Dr. Vincenzo Musella

Dr. Vincenzo Musella


Adjunct Professor, Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in Modena


graduated in Dental Technician and graduated in Dentistry at the University of Ancona Italy.
He works as a dentist and as master ceramist in cases of dental aesthetics.
Proud friend and student of Prof. Mario Martignoni , from whom he learned the passion for the profession.
Speaker at national and international conferences.
He is a member of the reading committee of national and international journals
Collaborate actively in the development of new materials and construction of clinical cases.

clinic Prof. Ugo Consolo – Verona
clinic Prof. Nitzan Bichacho – Tel Aviv
clinic Prof. Dimitar Filtchev – Sofia
clinic Prof. Andrea Forabosco – Modena
clinic Prof. Angelo Putignano – Ancona

It combines the experience of the dentist and dental technician professions, personally realizing both the clinical and technical part.

Adjunct Professor, Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in Modena

creator of the systems Aesthetics Preview
creator of the system Inverse Layering Technique direct and indirect
member Founder of aestheticdental.eu
provincial President AIO: Italian Dental Association
associate ANDI
member of the group Styleitaliano

author of the book “Modern Aesthetic Dentistry Workflow A to Z” published
by Quintessence.


Modern Aesthetic Dentistry Workflow A to Z

Topics covered:
Dental photography
Aesthetic Preview
Inverse Layering technique with composite Direct and Indirect
Lithium disilicate

The achievement of Aesthetics can not but go through the patient’s expectations. Disappointing results are not only due to technical or clinical problems, rather, frequently, the result of poor communication with the patient. A correct Aesthetic Preview it is the only system that allows us to control the function and, above all, the final aesthetic result before starting work.
Through this technique, dental preparations will be minimally invasive and in any case less destructive than traditional preparations.
Digital technique and classical technique are compared in order to be able to trace the guidelines to be followed for a correct clinical execution.