Thibault graduated from Clermont-Ferrand Dental School in France in 2018. Following an Erasmus exchange in Dundee Dental School in 2017, he decided to undertake Dental Core Training in Scotland following graduation. He currently works as a Dental Core Trainee 2 in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery department of Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Thibault has an interest in Research and in Restorative Dentistry.
In this blog Thibault Collloc looks at a review of is the effectiveness of instrumentation and irrigation with NaOCl and EDTA compared to any other root canal irrigant. The review was one of a number undertaken to inform guidelines for the European Society of Endodontics.
In this blog Thibault Colloc looks at a review of comparing the effectiveness of contemporary root canal instrumentation compared with conventional stainless-steel instruments in terms of clinical and patient-related outcomes. The review includes 9 studies (6 RCTs and 3 retrospective clinical studies) and was one of a series designed to inform guidelines for the European Society of Endodontics.
Thibault Colloc takes a look at this review of vital pulp therapies in mature and immature permanent teeth with nontraumatic pulpitis. Only 3 RCTs reported in 4 papers involving a total of 330 patients were included. Further high quality well reported studies are needed to clarify the evidence for vital pulp therapies.
Thibault Colloc takes a look at this review comparing digital and conventional workflows for the placement of single crowns on dental implants. Ten studies were included involving 214 patients and 278 crowns.
Thibault Colloc looks at a recent review of the accuracy of CAD-CAM systems for the fabrication of removable partial dentures. The availabel evidence is limited as only 7 studies were included only 2 of which were clinical.
In this blog Thibault Colloc looks at a review of in-vitro studies looking at the influence of an adhesive layer application on the bond strength of etched and silanized glass ceramics to resin-based materials.
Thibault Colloc in his first blog for the Dental Elf looks at this review comparing gingival displacement with conventional cords and cordless techniques. The findings suggest that the sulcus width displacement is increased with cord technique compared to cordless technique but the available studies are all at high risk of bias.