Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry / Edition 5

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Overview

The fifth edition of Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry brings to its readers another iteration of the unrivalled, unparalleled work on the specialty of periodontics. The editors have brought together contributions from experts all over the world to provide the reader with a comprehensive, cohesive text that fuses scholarship and science with clinical instruction and pragmatism. With an increase in length of approximately 25% and 15 new chapters, the new edition of Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry runs the gamut of sub-disciplines and topics within periodontics and implant dentistry, supporting an intellectually and internationally inclusive approach.

The book contains both black-and-white and color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

“With so many excellent aspects of implant dentistry covered in such great detail, it should be easy to see why I therefore recommend this fine textbook as a ‘must reference’ for any practitioner involved with the placement and/or restoration of implants. The editors are to be commended for their studious and detailed fine work.” (Implant Dentistry, April 2009)

"I would highly recommend this book to undergraduates, postgraduates, clinicians and researchers … .Who will no doubt refer to this text time and time again." (Dental Update, November 2008)

"This is a comprehensive textbook … it is useful to those at all stages of their under-graduate career." (British Dental Journal, August 2008)

Louis Graham
The major changes in the third edition of this periodontology text include the additions of implantation and new avenues in diagnostics and clinical procedures. This book is a comprehensive text of the field. The editors see this text as a guide for students in their academic pursuits, and as an encompassing reference text for the clinician. This book definitely succeeds in its objectives. The preface states that this text is for the undergraduate student and it is hoped the book can be used by researchers and clinicians. I concur with the editorsr on their general appeal to all involved with periodontics. The editors and contributors are leaders within the field of periodontology and thus very credible. This book contains superior diagrams, graphs, and illustrations. The clinical pictures are excellent in their clarity and details. The references are pertinent. The book presents itself as the editors intend, to be one of the essential texts in periodontology. This textbook serves as an excellent educational source for both students and practitioners. It presents periodontics in a quality format, allowing all readers to gain a variety of insights. This book clearly needed its third edition. In addition to the inclusion of implantation, there are many advances in diagnostics, treatments, and research that are all well documented.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Lou Graham, DDS (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The major changes in the third edition of this periodontology text include the additions of implantation and new avenues in diagnostics and clinical procedures.
Purpose: This book is a comprehensive text of the field. The editors see this text as a guide for students in their academic pursuits, and as an encompassing reference text for the clinician. This book definitely succeeds in its objectives.
Audience: The preface states that this text is for the undergraduate student and it is hoped the book can be used by researchers and clinicians. I concur with the editorsr on their general appeal to all involved with periodontics. The editors and contributors are leaders within the field of periodontology and thus very credible.
Features: This book contains superior diagrams, graphs, and illustrations. The clinical pictures are excellent in their clarity and details. The references are pertinent. The book presents itself as the editors intend, to be one of the essential texts in periodontology.
Assessment: This textbook serves as an excellent educational source for both students and practitioners. It presents periodontics in a quality format, allowing all readers to gain a variety of insights. This book clearly needed its third edition. In addition to the inclusion of implantation, there are many advances in diagnostics, treatments, and research that are all well documented.

5 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781405160995
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/21/2008
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 1448
  • Sales rank: 1,189,809
  • Product dimensions: 8.82 (w) x 12.32 (h) x 3.32 (d)

Meet the Author

The Editors of this volume are all synonymous with the field of periodontology and implant dentistry.

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Table of Contents

Contributors, xvii

Preface, xxi

Volume 1: BASIC CONCEPTS
Editors: Jan Lindhe, Niklaus P. Lang, and Thorkild Karring

Part 1: Anatomy

1 The Anatomy of Periodontal Tissues, 3
Jan Lindhe, Thorkild Karring, and Maurício Araújo

2 The Edentulous Alveolar Ridge, 50
Maurício Araújo and Jan Lindhe

3 The Mucosa at Teeth and Implants, 69
Jan L. Wennström, and Tord Berglundh

4 Bone as a Tissue, 86
William V. Hector F. Rios, and Niklaus

5 Osseointegration, 99
Jan Lindhe, Tord Berglundh, and Niklaus P. Lang

6 Periodontal Tactile Perception and Peri-implant Osseoperception, 108
Reinhilde Jacobs

Part 2: Epidemiology

7 Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases, 129
Panos N. Papapanou and Jan Lindhe

Part 3: Microbiology

8 Oral Biofi lms and Calculus, 183
Niklaus P. Lang, Andrea Mombelli, and Rolf Attström

9 Periodontal Infections, 207
Sigmund S. Socransky and Anne D. Haffajee

10 Peri-implant Infections, 268
Ricardo P. Teles, Anne D. Haffajee, and Sigmund S. Socransky

Part 4: Host–Parasite Interactions

11 Pathogenesis of Periodontitis, 285
Denis F. Kinane, Tord Berglundh, and Jan Lindhe

12 Modifying Factors, 307
Richard Palmer and Mena Soory

13 Susceptibility, 328
Bruno G. Loos, Velden, and Marja L. Laine

Part 5: Trauma from Occlusion

14 Trauma from Occlusion: Periodontal Tissues, 349
Jan Lindhe, Sture Nyman, and Ingvar Ericsson

15 Trauma from Occlusion: Peri-implant Tissues, 363
Niklaus P. Lang and Tord Berglundh

Part 6: Periodontal Pathology

16 Non-Plaque Induced Infl ammatory Gingival Lesions, 377
Palle Holmstrup

17 Plaque-Induced Gingival Diseases, 405
Angelo Mariotti

18 Chronic Periodontitis, 420
Denis F. Kinane, Jan Lindhe, and Leonardo Trombelli

19 Aggressive Periodontitis, 428
Maurizio S. Tonetti and Andrea Mombelli

20 Necrotizing Periodontal Disease, 459
Palle Holmstrup and Jytte Westergaard

21 Periodontal Disease as a Risk for Systemic Disease, 475
Ray C. Williams W. Paquette

22 The Periodontal Abscess, 496
Mariano Sanz, David Herrera, and Arie J. van Winkelhoff

23 Lesions of Endodontic Origin, 504
Gunnar Bergenholtz and Domenico Ricucci

Part 7: Peri-implant Pathology

24 Peri-implant Mucositis and Peri-implantitis, 529
Tord Berglundh, Jan Lindhe, and Niklaus P. Lang

Part 8: Tissue Regeneration

25 Concepts in Periodontal Tissue Regeneration, 541
Thorkild Karring and Jan Lindhe

Index, i1

Volume 2: CLINICAL CONCEPTS
Editors: Niklaus P. Lang and Jan Lindhe

Part 9: Examination Protocols

26 Examination of Patients with Periodontal Diseases, 573
Giovanni E. Salvi, Jan Lindhe, and Niklaus

27 Examination of the Candidate for Implant Therapy, 587
Hans-Peter Weber, Daniel Buser, and Urs C. Belser

28 Radiographic Examination of the Implant Patient, 600
Hans-Göran Gröndahl and Kerstin Gröndahl

29 Examination of Patients with Implant-Supported Restorations, 623
Urs Brägger

Identifi cation of the presence of implants and implant

30 Risk Assessment of the Implant Patient, 634
Gary C. Armitage and Tord Lundgren

Part 10: Treatment Planning Protocols

31 Treatment Planning of Patients with Periodontal Diseases, 655
Giovanni E. Salvi, Jan Lindhe, and Niklaus P. Lang

32 Treatment Planning for Implant Therapy in the Periodontally Compromised Patient, 675
Jan L. Wennström and Niklaus P. Lang

33 Systemic Phase of Therapy, 687
Niklaus P. Rudolf Baur

Part 11: Initial Periodontal Therapy (Infection Control)

34 Motivational Interviewing, 695
Christoph A. Ramseier, Delwyn Catley, Susan Krigel, and Robert A. Bagramian

35 Mechanical Supragingival Plaque Control, 705
Fridus van der Weijden, José J. Echeverría, Mariano Sanz, and Jan Lindhe

36 Chemical Supragingival Plaque Control, 734
Martin Addy and John Moran

37 Non-surgical Therapy, 766
Noel Ioannis Polyzois

Part 12: Additional Therapy

38 Periodontal Surgery: Access Therapy, 783
Jan L. Wennström, Lars Heijl, and Jan Lindhe

39 Treatment of Furcation-Involved Teeth, 823
Gianfranco Carnevale, Roberto Pontoriero, and Jan Lindhe

40 Endodontics and Periodontics, 848
Gunnar Bergenholtz and Gunnar Hasselgren

41 Treatment of Peri-implant Lesions, 875
Tord Berglundh, Niklaus P. Lang, and Jan Lindhe

42 Antibiotics in Periodontal Therapy, 882
Andrea Mombelli

Part 13: Reconstructive Therapy

43 Regenerative Periodontal Therapy, 901
Pierpaolo Cortellini and Maurizio S. Tonetti

44 Mucogingival Therapy – Periodontal Plastic Surgery, 955
Jan L. Wennström, Giovanni Zucchelli, and Giovan Pini Prato

45 Periodontal Plastic Microsurgery, 1029
Rino Burkhardt and Niklaus P. Lang

46 Re-osseointegration, 1045
Tord Berglundh and Jan Lindhe

Part 14: Surgery for Implant Installation

47 Timing of Implant Placement, 1053
Christoph H.F. Hämmerle, Maurício Araújo, and Jan Lindhe

48 The Surgical Site, 1068
Marc Quirynen and Ulf Lekholm

Part 15: Reconstructive Ridge Therapy

49 Ridge Augmentation Procedures, 1083
Christoph H.F. Hämmerle and Ronald E. Jung

50 Elevation of the Maxillary Sinus Floor, 1099
Bjarni E. Pjetursson and Niklaus P. Lang

Part 16: Occlusal and Prosthetic Therapy

51 Tooth-Supported Fixed Partial Dentures, 1125
Jan Lindhe and Sture Nyman

52 Implants in Restorative Dentistry, 1138
Niklaus P. Lang and Giovanni E. Salvi

53 Implants in the Esthetic Zone, 1146
Urs C. Belser, Jean-Pierre Bernard, and Daniel Buser

54 Implants in the Posterior Dentition, 1175
Urs C. Belser, Buser, and Jean-Pierre Bernard

55 Implant–Implant and Tooth–Implant Supported Fixed Dentures, 1208
Clark M. Stanford and Lyndon F. Cooper

56 Complications Related to Implant-Supported Restorations, 1222
Y. Joon Ko, Clark M. Stanford, and Lyndon F. Cooper

Part 17: Orthodontics and Periodontics

57 Tooth Movements in the Periodontally Compromised Patient, 1241
Björn U. Zachrisson

58 Implants Used for Orthodontic Anchorage, 1280
Marc A. Schätzle and Niklaus P. Lang

Part 18: Supportive Care

59 Supportive Periodontal Therapy (SPT), 1297
Niklaus P. Lang, Urs Brägger, Giovanni E. Salvi, and Maurizio S. Tonetti

Part 19: Halitosis

60 Halitosis Control, 1325
Edwin G. Winkel

Index, i1

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2000

    What a wonderful book in periodontics.

    Including many aspects in dentistry, This book is the one you have to read, if you have a big interest in periodontics. I have read many perio text books, but Jan Lindhe's text is the most fabulous. Nothing can compare it.

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