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From The CriticsReviewer: Gary Warburton, DDS, MD (University of Maryland)
Description: The second edition of this exquisite atlas describes the use of dental implants to achieve successful prosthetic rehabilitation. It covers immediate placement and immediate restoration, as well as recent advances in biotechnology.
Purpose: The purpose is to describe techniques used for successful dental implant rehabilitation. In addition to the conventional techniques, the book incorporates advances in our understanding of immediate placement and restoration of implants, and complements this with the advances in bioengineering. Given the rapid proliferation of literature and research, this is a timely addition.
Audience: The atlas is aimed at practitioners and trainees in the field of dental implantology and comes from a highly respected and knowledgeable authority in implant dentistry.
Features: The book covers treatment planning, presurgical guidelines for success, detailed surgical techniques, and postoperative follow-up. Numerous exquisite photos and illustrations enhance the book, which also includes the necessary prosthetic background to supplement the step-by-step techniques.
Assessment: This is an outstanding book that will serve as a reference for all who strive for success and excellence in placing and restoring dental implants.