Contemporary Implant Dentistry / Edition 3by Carl E. Misch
Pub. Date: 12/10/2007
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Implants are increasingly used by the dental profession to replace missing teeth or upgrade existing removable dentures. Contemporary Implant Dentistry, written by the foremost dental implantologist in the United States, reviews the most popular implant systems. This comprehensive book focuses on patient selection, diagnosis, treatment, and management, including long-term follow-up care. The book follows a practitioner's thought process when planning and implementing an implant placement. Featured in the book are anatomy, medical evaluation, interaction with specialists, and treatment complications.
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Table of Contents
PART I: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING 1. Rationale for Dental Implants 2. Generic Root Form Implant Body and Prosthetic Component Terminology 3. The Implant Quality Scale: A Clinical Assessment of the Health Disease Continuum 4. Medical Evaluation of the Implant Patient 5. Prosthetic Options in Implant Dentistry 6. Diagnostic Imaging and Techniques 7. Divisions of Available Bone 8. Bone Density: A Key Determinant for Clinical Success 9. Dental Evaluation: Factors of Stress 10. Diagnostic Casts, Preimplant Prosthodontics, Treatment Prostheses and Surgical Templates 11. The Evaluation of Natural Teeth Adjacent to Implant Sites 12. Classification and Treatment Plans for Partially and Completely Edentulous Arches in Implant Dentistry 13. Treatment Options for Mandibular Implant Overdentures: An Organized Approach 14. Treatment Planning for the Edentulous Posterior Maxilla PART II: FUNDAMENTAL SCIENCE 15. Applied Anatomy for Dental Implants 16. Spread of Dental Infection in the Head and Neck 17. Bone Physiology and Metabolism 18. Tissue Surrounding Dental Implants 19. Pharmacologic Considerations in Implant Dentistry 20. Biomaterials for Dental Implants 21. Clinical Biomechanics in Implant Dentistry 22. Bone Response to Mechanical Loads 23. A Scientific Rationale for Dental Implant Design PART III: IMPLANT SURGERY 24. Root Form Surgery In the Completely Edentulous Mandible: Stage I Implant Insertion 25. Density of Bone: Effect on Surgical Approach and Healing 26. Stage II Surgery: Uncovery and Treatment of Healing Complications 27. Single Tooth Implants 28. The Division C Mandible - Mandibular Complete and Unilateral Subperiosteal Implants 29. Bone Augmentation for Implant Placement: Keys to Bone Grafting 30. The Maxillary Sinus Lift and Sinus Graft Surgery 31. Intraoral Autogenous Donor Bone Grafts for Implant Dentistry 32. Premaxilla Implant Considerations: Treatment Planning and Surgery 33. Extraoral Autogenous Donor Bone Grafts for Endosteal Implants 34. Bone Grafting and Maintenance of Alveolar Bone for Conventional Prostheses PART IV: IMPLANT PROSTHODONTICS AND MAINTENANCE 35. Principles of Cement-Retained Fixed Implant Prosthodontics 36. Principles for Screw-Retained Prostheses 37. Progressive Bone Loading 38. Occlusal Considerations for Implant-Supported Prostheses: Implant Protective Occlusion and Occlusal Material Considerations 39. Maxillary Denture Opposing an Implant Prosthesis: Hydroxyapatite Augmentation and Modified Occlusal Concepts 40. Maintenance of Dental Implants
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Every aspect of implant dentistry is covered in depth. Great reference book for General Practitioners.
Very comprehensive and extremely useful textbook for Dentist who provide Implant sevices, or who are considering to provide Implant Services. It is well written, well documented with illustrations and tables for easy understanding. Highly recommended textbook.