Antonio Corradini, CDT

Born in Cles, Trento, Italy, in 1970, he graduated in 1987 as a Master of Art, specializing in metals and free design, at the A. Vittoria State Institute in Trento.
He started to take an interest in dentistry and dental technology and, in 1991, he graduated in Dental Technology at the G. Galilei Institute in Bolzano.
In 1992 he obtained the Master in Dental Technology at the same institute.

In 1991 he started working as a dental technician and, in 2002, he became the owner of his own laboratory in Trento.
Since 2008 he has been approaching digital technology associated with dentistry and dental technology in general, cooperating with companies in the development and research of CAD-CAM systems, specific software and materials applied to modern dentistry.

He specializes and dedicates himself above all to important implant-supported restorations, associated with prosthesis with specific and dedicated materials, such as titanium and zirconia technopolymers, and in aesthetic cases with minimal or no-prep preparations.
The cases he has carried out follow for the most part the concept of CDP (Complete Digital Patient), conceived by himself with the collaboration of various companies, in order to make the patient in every rehabilitation the "fulcrum" around which the entire dentist-dental technician team rotates and consequently minimizes possible planning and prosthetic treatment errors.
He has published several articles on the subject in magazines of the sector, both nationally and internationally.
He holds conferences and individual and collective courses on national and international territory concerning the treatment of materials in rehabilitation and their aesthetic purposes, and on the concept of the Digital Patient.