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Wiley-Blackwell's Clinical Cases series is designed to recognize the centrality of clinical cases to the profession by providing actual cases with an academic backbone. Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics grounds itself in core principles of this rehabilitative specialty and demonstrates their practical, every-day application through range of case presentations building from simple to complex and from common to rare. This unique approach supports the new trend in case-based and problem-based learning, thoroughly covering topics ranging from conventional complete denture prostheses to full mouth rehabilitation using both implant and tooth-supported prostheses. Each case begins with a short description of the initial patient presentation and the learning objectives and goals the subsequent case discussion will demonstrate. This is accompanied by relevant medical and dental histories, notes on extra-oral and soft tissue examination and a thorough list of clinical findings, all presented in bulleted from to facilitate ease of learning. Clinical decision making factors are then discussed in detail, well illustrated with multiple clinical photos showing progressive stages of treatment. Cases conclude with review questions and relevant literature citations supporting each answer. Ideal for practitioners and students alike, Clinical Cases in Prosthodontics is the ultimate resource linking evidence-based research to every-day application.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780813816647
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 10/25/2010
  • Series: Clinical Cases (Dentistry) Series , #9
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 272
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Leila Jahangiri, B.D.S., D.M.D., M.M.Sc. is ClinicalAssociate Professor and Chair of the Department of Prosthodontics,New York University College of Dentistry, USA. 

Marjan Moghadam, D.D.S., M.A. is Clinical AssistantProfessor and Director of Pre-doctoral Fixed Prosthodontic Clinicsin the Department of Prosthodontics, New York University College ofDentistry, USA. 

Mijin Choi, D.D.S., M.S. F.A.C.P. is Clinical AssistantProfessor and Course Director of Advanced Prosthodontics in theDepartment of Prosthodontics, New York University College ofDentistry, USA.

Michael Ferguson, D.M.D., C.A.G.S. is Clinical AssociateProfessor and Director of Pre-doctoral Fixed Prosthodontic Clinicsin the Department of Prosthodontics, New York University College ofDentistry, USA.

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Table of Contents

Authors xi

Preface xii

Acknowledgments xiv

Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) 3

Case 1 9
Treatment of an edentulous patient with conventional completedenture prostheses

Case 2 15
Treatment of an edentulous patient with two-implant–retainedmandibular overdenture

Case 3 21
Treatment of a patient with combination syndrome

Case 4 27
Treatment of an edentulous patient with a severely atrophicmandible

Case 5 33
Management of florid cemento-osseous dysplasia (FCOD)

Case 6 39
Treatment of a partially edentulous patient with implant-retainedremovable partial denture prosthesis

Case 7 45
Treatment of a partially edentulous patient with fi xed andremovable prostheses

Case 8 53
Management of ectodermal dysplasia I—overdentureprostheses

Case 9 59
Management of ectodermal dysplasia II—implant-retainedremovable prostheses

Case 10 65
Management of ectodermal dysplasia III—a multidisciplinaryapproach

Case 11 73
Management of a fractured central incisor I—mild

Case 12 79
Management of a fractured central incisor II—moderate

Case 13 85
Management of a fractured central incisor III—severe

Case 14 91
Rehabilitation of anterior teeth I—combination of completeand partial coverage restorations

Case 15 97
Rehabilitation of anterior teeth II—partial coveragerestorations

Case 16 103
Rehabilitation of anterior teeth requiring orthodonticextrusion

Case 17 109
Management of severe crowding—a multidisciplinaryapproach

Case 18 117
Management of a patient with maxillary canine transposition

Case 19 123
Management of a patient with loss of posterior support

Case 20 129
Management of the consequences of partial edentulism

Case 21 137
Management of worn dentition I—resulting from dentalmalocclusion

Case 22 145
Management of worn dentition II—localized severe wear

Case 23 153
Management of worn dentition III—generalized severe wear

Case 24 159
Implant therapy versus endodontic therapy

Case 25 165
Management of endodontically treated teeth

Case 26 173
Prognostic indicators for strategic extractions in a full mouthrehabilitation

Case 27 179
Treatment of a patient with implant-supported fi xed completedenture prostheses

Case 28 185
Full mouth rehabilitation—implant-supported prostheses I

Case 29 191
Full mouth rehabilitation—implant-supported prostheses II

Case 30 199
Full mouth rehabilitation—implant-supported, screw-retainedprostheses

Case 31 205
Full mouth rehabilitation—implant-supported, cementable fixedprostheses

Case 32 211
Full mouth rehabilitation—combination of implant andtooth-supported fixed prostheses

Case 33 217
Full mouth rehabilitation—combination of implant andtooth-supported fixed and removable prostheses

Case 34 223
Management of a patient with bulimia

Case 35 229
Management of oral manifestations of methamphetamine abuse

Case 36 235
Management of cleidocranial dysplasia I—treatment of anadolescent patient

Case 37 241
Management of cleidocranial dysplasia II—treatment of anadult patient

Index 247

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