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Principles and Practice of Single Implant and Restorations / Mahmoud Torabinejad , Mohammed Sabeti , Charles Goodacre

By: Torabinejad, Mahmoud.
Contributor(s): Sabeti, Mohammed [Autor] | Goodacre, Charles [Autor].
Publisher: Estados Unidos: Elsevier, 2014Description: 200 p. ; 17 archivos pdf.ISBN: 9781455744763.Subject(s): Periodoncia | Endodoncia | Implantes dentalesOnline resources: Descarga texto completo en campus U.N.C.
Contents:
Front Matter, Copyright, Dedication, Contributors List, Preface. Chapter 1 - History of Single Implants. Chapter 2 - Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Single Implants. Chapter 3 - Factors Involved in Single Implants. Chapter 4 - Bone Physiology, Metabolism, and Biomechanics in Implant Therapy. Chapter 5 - Bone Grafts and Bone Substitute Materials. Chapter 6 - Tooth Extraction and Site Preservation. Chapter 7 - Implant Placement with Simultaneous Guided Bone Regeneration. Chapter 8 - Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization of Maxillary Anterior Single Implants. Chapter 9 - Restoration of the Single Implant. Chapter 10 - Dental Implant Maintenance. Chapter 11 - The Relevance of Scientific Evidence in the Decision-Making Process: Treatment Outcomes in Single Implant Therapy. Index.
Summary: For decades, dentists have been preventing tooth loss by providing information to the general public regarding oral hygiene and methods of preventing tooth decay and periodontal disease as well as avoiding dental trauma. Despite these efforts, some people still develop decay and periodontal disease and are involved in dental trauma that requires various dental treatment modalities. Endodontics and periodontics are the fields in dentistry that deal with the morphology, physiology, and pathology of the human dental pulp and periodontium, and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries related to these tissues. The main objective of these two fields in dentistry is to preserve the natural dentition. Teams of general dentists and specialists have saved millions of teeth and have provided patients with sustained comfort, function, longevity, and esthetics. Although high success rates have been documented for endodontic and periodontal treatments, some teeth cannot be maintained and require removal. When a tooth is lost, a dental implant is often considered to be the treatment of choice because of its long-term predictability and preservation of tooth structure compared to conventional fixed partial dentures.
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Front Matter, Copyright, Dedication, Contributors List, Preface. Chapter 1 - History of Single Implants. Chapter 2 - Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Single Implants. Chapter 3 - Factors Involved in Single Implants. Chapter 4 - Bone Physiology, Metabolism, and Biomechanics in Implant Therapy. Chapter 5 - Bone Grafts and Bone Substitute Materials. Chapter 6 - Tooth Extraction and Site Preservation. Chapter 7 - Implant Placement with Simultaneous Guided Bone Regeneration. Chapter 8 - Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization of Maxillary Anterior Single Implants. Chapter 9 - Restoration of the Single Implant. Chapter 10 - Dental Implant Maintenance. Chapter 11 - The Relevance of Scientific Evidence in the Decision-Making Process: Treatment Outcomes in Single Implant Therapy. Index.

For decades, dentists have been preventing tooth loss by providing information to the general public regarding oral hygiene and methods of preventing tooth decay and periodontal disease as well as avoiding dental trauma. Despite these efforts, some people still develop decay and periodontal disease and are involved in dental trauma that requires various dental treatment modalities. Endodontics and periodontics are the fields in dentistry that deal with the morphology, physiology, and pathology of the human dental pulp and periodontium, and the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries related to these tissues. The main objective of these two fields in dentistry is to preserve the natural dentition. Teams of general dentists and specialists have saved millions of teeth and have provided patients with sustained comfort, function, longevity, and esthetics. Although high success rates have been documented for endodontic and periodontal treatments, some teeth cannot be maintained and require removal. When a tooth is lost, a dental implant is often considered to be the treatment of choice because of its long-term predictability and preservation of tooth structure compared to conventional fixed partial dentures.

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