Advanced Osseointegration Surgery:
Applications in the Maxillofacial Region by P Worthington
(Editor), P Branemark (Editor) ISBN 0867152427
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Co., Feb. 1992 $156.00 403 pages Hardcover
Synopsis Provides descriptions of Maxillofacial
surgical methods/techniques for more demanding clinical situations,
including relevant fundamental aspects. The book includes
information on recent and experimental techniques. The material is
intended for surgeons with implant experience.
The Art of Computer-Guided Implantology
by Philippe Tardieu and Alan Rosenfeld ISBN 0867154772
Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co; 1 edition (March 31, 2009) $148.00 240 pages 741
Book Description: Featuring
large-scale, full-color images, this timely book presents a novel
approach to restorative treatment planning that greatly simplifies
implant delivery and allows for more accurate and predictable
treatment outcomes. Employing highly advanced CT technology,
specialized scanning appliances are used to transfer prosthetically relevant
information to the CT study, giving clinicians the means to develop
a prosthetically directed surgical treatment plan that can be
physically transferred to the patient via a surgical template.
Because it is positioned in the patient’s mouth at the time of
implant placement, this custom-made resin-based surgical template
helps direct the precise placement, direction, and depth of the
implant(s), resulting in a shorter and less painful surgical
experience for the patient. Readers will benefit from the knowledge
imparted by clinicians and researchers with many years of experience
in computer-guided implant placement.
Atlas of Oral Implantology
by A N Cranin, M Klein, A Simons
Publisher: Mosby-Year Book, Apr. 1999
$265.00 489 pages Hardcover
Oral implantology remains one of the
fastest-growing, most dynamic fields within dentistry. This is due
in large measure to the rapid development of safe, effective
osseointegrable implant systems that offer patients a permanent,
esthetic alternative to partial or full removable prosthetic
devices. Its growth can also be attributable to the increased
interest in this treatment modality by both specialists
(prosthodontists, oral surgeons, periodontists) and general dentists
alike. For the growing numbers of aged patients, implants offer an
excellent solution for loss of teeth and the ensuing treatment
Atlas of Oral Implantology, 3rd EditionBy Pankaj Singh and A. Norman Cranin, DDS, FAAID, FICD, FAAHD, FADM
Publisher: Mosby; 3 edition (December 1, 2009)
$180.00 512 pages Hardcover
Book Description Use this expert guide to enhance your
skills in implant surgery! With more than 1,500 illustrations, this
edition covers key topics including diagnosis and planning, basic
implant surgery, advanced implant surgery, implant prosthodontics,
and implant management. You will learn how to select patients who
are best suited for dental implants, evaluate host sites, select the
proper type of implant for each patient, and place dental implants
step-by-step. You’ll also learn to observe patients, diagnose
incipient problems, institute remedial techniques for problems, and
perform a wide variety of restorative modalities.
Osseointegrated Implant by Tomas Albrektsson,
George A. Zarb (Editor)
ISBN: 0867152087 Publisher: Quintessence, Apr. 1989
$87.99 (Prices may vary) Hardcover 262 pages, 349 illus (241 in
color) Out of Print. Click the Amazon
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Description of book:
Updates the important clinical research on the Brånemark
Implant. Details the experiences of the Mayo Clinic and Japanese, Italian, and
Swedish teams. Covers new applications and emphasizes soft tissue response,
biologic perspectives, and oral rehabilitation.
Manual of Implant Dentistry
by Mithridade Davarpanah, Henry Martinez, Myriam Kebir, Jean-Francois
Tecucianu, Richard J. Lazzara, Renato Celletti, Daniel Etienne, Curtis
Jansen, Karl Donath, Marie Pascale Hippolyte (Translator)
ISBN: 1850970491 Publisher: Quintessence, Mar. 2003
$84.00 (Prices may vary) Softcover 217 pages 520 illus
Out of Print. Click the Amazon "buy"
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Description: The aim of this textbook is to provide practitioners and students
with a comprehensive understanding of implant dentistry, from
diagnosis to technique. With ample color photographs and diagrams, it
carefully illustrates the various surgical techniques routinely needed
in practice and suggests appropriate prosthetic options. Treatment
considerations for each type of edentulism are addressed, and a
classification for treatment in posterior regions is presented. The
authors also discuss surface properties and loading concepts and offer
innovative ideas for treating young patients.
Color Atlas of
Dental Implant Surgery 3rd Edition by Michael S. Block
ISBN: 1437708773 Publisher: Saunders; 3 edition (April 27, 2010) $180.66 480
pages, 650 illustrations, Hardcover
Description of book:
Use this atlas-style guide to master implant procedures and techniques! Written by leading expert Michael S. Block, DMD, Color Atlas of Dental Implant Surgery, 3rd Edition provides clear, full-color clinical photos and practical instructions covering a wide range of implant challenges. It takes you through treatment planning, presurgical guidelines, detailed surgical techniques, and postoperative follow-up. This edition adds more case studies, coverage of computed tomography, and a new DVD with videos of 14 surgical procedures filmed by the author. With this book, you'll be able to address any implant-related situation and achieve optimal results!
A Colour Atlas and Text of Dental
by John A Hobkirk, Roger M Watson ISBN
0723417865 Publisher: Mosby-Year Book, Jan.
1995 (see the updated Hobkirk-Watson text, Introducing Dental
Implants, Mosby, Oct. 2003, listed below) $179.92 (Prices may vary) 204 pages Paperback Out of Print.
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Book Description: In the last 15 years dental implantology has
advanced from being an innovative, pioneering technique to an almost
commonplace alternative to conventional fixed and removable dental
prostheses, routinely available in most dental hospitals and many
specialist practices. In this book the authors present a
comprehensive overview of the field, superbly illustrated with line
diagrams and colour photographs. Divided into three parts the book
begins with theoretical considerations, the biology of bone,
surgical anatomy, techniques of bone assessment and choice of
materials. Part 2 covers patient assessment and preparation,
surgical equipment and procedures, concluding with postoperative
problems and aftercare. The final part illustrates the design and
construction of the various types of implant-supported prostheses
and their use for different clinical applications.
Contemporary Implant Dentistry
(3rd Edition)by Carl E Misch
ISBN 0323043739 Publisher: CV Mosby, Dec. 2007
$155.20 1120 pages Hardcover
Book Description This is the best-selling classic on implant
dentistry. Turn to this new third edition for consistent outcomes on
even your most complex implant cases! World-renowned dental
implantologist Carl E. Misch gives you expert advice and guidance on
the various surgical approaches to placing implants. Clear and
thorough, over 1,000 full-color illustrations give you details of
implants, related materials, and surgical procedures, while well-known
contributors (Mohamed Sharawy, Martha Warren Bidez, Adriano Piatelli,
and others) share a wealth of knowledge in their respective fields.
This third edition provides an excellent opportunity for you to
develop and refine your skills and experience more consistent,
predictable clinical outcomes.
Dental Implant Prosthetics by
Carl E. Misch
ISBN: 0323019552 Publisher: CV Mosby, Sept. 2004
$136.52 626 pages Hardcover
Description of Book:
This book is a practical approach to implant prosthodontics, highly
illustrated, with step-by-step procedures to guide the general dentist
through challenging clinical situations. The goal is to provide the
practitioners to helping the partially or completely edentulous
patient recover normal function, esthetics, comfort, and speech. The
information reflects the latest in continued research, diagnostic
tools, treatment planning, implant designs, materials, and techniques.
Prosthetic devices covered in this include complete dentures, bridges,
overdentures, and various dental implant systems.
Dental Implants: The Art and
Science 2nd Edition by Charles
Publisher: Saunders; 2 edition (March 23, 2010) $203.98 (Prices may vary) 544 pages Hardcover
Book Description For coverage of cutting-edge techniques and procedures, Dental Implants: The Art and Science is your "go to" reference! This edition includes 20 new chapters and coverage of the latest advances and research from leading dental implant experts. Topics range from the business of dental implants and risk management to new treatment techniques such as Teeth In A Day® and Teeth In An HourT, the All-on-4 concept, Piezoelectric bone surgery, the new NobelActiveTM implant, the use of dental implants in children, and more. Over 1,100 full-color clinical photographs and illustrations bring concepts to life and provide step-by-step visuals for surgical and prosthetic techniques. If you're looking for a comprehensive, up-to-date resource you can trust, Dental Implants is the book you need!
Esthetic Implant Dentistry:
Soft & Hard Tissue
by Patrick Palacci (Editor), Ingvar Ericsson
ISBN: 086715392X Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Jan 2001
$110.00 227 pages Hardcover This book is also listed
under Cosmetic Dentistry.
The authors are visiting professors at
Boston University. The book describes the use of implants in such a
way that they will not feel or look like a foreign body. The text is
abundant with full-color illustrations. Conclusions are based on
science and long-term clinical experience and are fully documented.
Immediate Loading In Implant
Dentistry: Surgical, Prosthetic, Occlusal, And Laboratory Aspects by Vicente Jimenez-Lopez
ISBN: 848987333X Publisher: Quintessence (May 2005)
$198.00 Hardcover: 288 pages 792 illustrations
Book Description: The concept of immediate loading in implant dentistry allows some
patients to achieve oral rehabilitation with implants in a single day
requires careful attention to all aspects of care. This book presents
basic concepts about immediate implant loading and describes the
surgical, prosthodontic, and laboratory techniques available. It
highlights the “hows,” “whos,” and “whens” of immediate implant
loading and offers a wide variety of solutions for each situation,
allowing the reader to select the one most suited for a given case.
Various case types, including single-tooth, partial bridge, and
complete maxillary and mandibular restorations, are followed from
preoperative evaluation to surgical procedure to postoperative care
and accompanied by numerous clinical photographs. The last chapter of
the book discusses the occlusal-related problems commonly associated
with implants and how to address them. Because immediate implant
loading requires the cooperation of many different practitioners, this
book also emphasizes the critical importance of working as a team to
reach a result that is satisfactory for everyone involved, including
From Failure to Success by
Ira D. Zinner (Editor), Francis V. Panno (Editor),
Stanley A. Small (Editor), Lloyd S. Landa (Editor)
ISBN: 0867154381 Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Jan. 2004
$124.00 212 pages, 365 illus (272 color)
Book Description: Clinicians face multiple challenges in treating patients who present with
failed implants: they must identify the cause of failure, find a way to salvage
the restoration, and satisfy an unhappy patient. This book, a collaborative
effort by a group of seasoned clinicians, offers a guiding philosophy as well as
practical strategies for treating common types of failure. All members of the implant team—restorative dentists, surgeons, and
laboratory technicians—will benefit from the interdisciplinary approach
presented in this text.
The Standard of Care for Edentulous Patients
by Jocelyne S. Feine (Editor),
Gunnar E. Carlsson (Editor)
ISBN: 0867154306 Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Dec. 2003
$58.00 172 pages, 62 illustrations (114 color) Softcover
This book is also listed under Removable Prosthodontics.
Description of Book: Two-implant overdentures have been shown to increase the satisfaction and
quality of life of edentulous patients who have difficulties with
conventional dentures, and this book provides compelling evidence for
the efficacy of this rehabilitative treatment based on a thorough
review of the current literature. This book will be useful for anyone
who treats edentulous patients.
Clinical and Laboratory Procedures (2nd Edition) by Patrick J. Stevens, Maurice L. Gress, Edward J.
Fredrickson ISBN: 081513567X Publisher: Mosby-Year Book,
$230.05 (Prices may vary) 179 pages Hardcover Out of Print. Click the
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With 757 illustrations, IMPLANT PROSTHODONTICS provides a
practical, illustrative manual on the construction of dental implants.
It features a strong treatment planning emphasis and provides benefits
and rationales for all laboratory and clinical facets. It also builds
on the thorough coverage of the history of implants, the emergence of
the Branemark system, and the evaluation of other dental implant
systems while maintaining the practical and readable style peer
reviewers and users have praised.
Implants in Qualitatively
Compromised Bone by George Watzek
ISBN: 1850970505 Publisher: Quintessence, Jan. 2004
$96.00 Hardcover 188 pages 145 illus
Book Description: Bone quality is one of the most important factors in the
successful osseointegration of dental implants. However, the concepts
of bone quality and compromised bone have never been well defined in
the field of implant dentistry. To provide a clear definition of these
terms, the contributors to this volume have compiled data from almost
two decades of experimental and case studies, resulting in a
comprehensive review of the current knowledge regarding the placement
of implants in compromised bone.
Implants by John Hobkirk,
Roger M. Watson, and Lloyd Searson
ISBN: 0443071853 Publisher: Churchill Livingstone, Oct. 2003
$84.34 224 pages, 260 illus, Softcover
Book Description: In recent years, dental implants have become a more common alternative to
conventionally placed dentures, bridges and crowns. This accessible,
well-illustrated introduction to the principles of implant dentistry provides
readers coming into contact with implants for the first time with a working
knowledge of the various implant systems available. Thorough discussions are
also included on patient assessment and treatment planning, the use of implants
in edentulous and partially edentulous patients and for single tooth
restorations, as well as possible problems and maintenance procedures.
Orthodontic Applications of Osseointegrated Implants by Kenji W. Higuchi (editor)
ISBN: 0867153563 Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, May 2000
$273.58 (Prices may vary) 232 pages 575 illus Hardcover
Out of Print. Click the
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Book Description: Endosseous implants now can be used to provide stable skeletal
anchorage for the lateral movement of teeth. Moreover, through careful
treatment planning, the implants used for orthodontic anchorage can
provide support for prosthetic replacement of missing teeth during and
after the course of orthodontic treatment. This book presents the
clinical, biological, and biomechanical considerations of this
relatively new treatment combination from a multidisciplinary
Osseointegrated Dental Technology
by G E White ISBN 1850970319
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Co., Apr. 2002 $100.00 233 pages Hardcover
Synopsis This work is intended for dentists/dental
technicians who wish to achieve predictable results in fabricating
implant-supported prostheses. Based on dental technology research
followed by extensive clinical use, the book explains the methods
and materials required for correctly-fitting frameworks.
Osseointegration in Dentistry: An Overview (2nd edition)
by Philip Worthington, Brien R. Lang, and Jeffrey E. Rubenstein
ISBN: 086715425X Publisher: Quintessence Pub Co, Sept. 2003
$38.00 184 pages, 124 Illus Softcover
Description: Newly updated and expanded, this classic textbook remains true to its
original purpose—that is, to provide basic, objective information about the
principles and practice of implant dentistry for the student or practicing
dentist who is new to the subject. Beginning with an explanation of the biologic
phenomenon of osseointegration, it goes on to describe the processes of
diagnosis and treatment planning and finally builds to the surgical and
restorative aspects of implant dentistry. The emphasis throughout is on the role
of osseointegration within the overall realm of dental treatment. This new
edition also introduces the reader to the many developments that have taken
place since the publication of the first edition, such as the placement of
implants in the esthetic zone, variations in abutment design, and the role of
implants in advanced procedures.
Osseointegration and Multidisciplinary Treatment
by Carlos Eduardo Francischone
ISBN: 8587425765 Publisher: Quintessence Publishing (IL); 1 edition (August 31, 2008)
$160.00 354 pages, 1000 Illus Hardcover
Description: The functional consequences of tooth loss require clinicians to
fabricate restorations that take into consideration individual
anatomic situations as well as the psychologic aspects of the
patients. This comprehensive text details the role of
osseointegration in prosthodontic restoration via careful treatment
planning and the use of a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach.
Open communication between the patient and treatment team ensures
that every stage of treatment is in concert with the patient’s
desires. From detailed clinical and radiographic examination to soft
tissue considerations to selection of implant systems and surgical
techniques, this book outlines well-documented modalities that are
safe, simple, and predictable.
Principles and Practice of
Implant Dentistry by Weiss and Weiss
ISBN 0323007678 Publisher: Mosby, Inc.,
March 2001 $90.00 (Prices may vary) 576 pages Hardcover Out of Print.
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A full-color dental textbook that offers a
completely new approach to the study of implant dentistry. In this
highly procedural text, each surgical technique is presented clearly
and distinctly in a step-by-step fashion. This book is for
undergraduate, graduate, post-graduate, and continuing education
students, as well as for current practitioners who are students of
implant dentistry in the broader sense, those who wish to deepen their
knowledge and expand their scope of treatment. Whereas most implant
dentistry literature tends to focus on complex cases, this book meets
the need for instruction that focuses on the safe and predictable
cases that comprise the majority of what the typical implant
practitioner encounters in practice.
Risk Factors In Implant Dentistry
by F Renouard & B Rangert ISBN 0867153555
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing Co., Jan. 1999
$129.35 (Prices may vary) 176 pages Hardcover Out of Print. Click the
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Synopsis For general practitioners wishing to offer
implant treatment this text the use of implants for achieving
predictable restorative results. It presents a system that will
allow dentists to identify those patients who are suitable
candidates for implant therapy. It covers the specific risk factors
- general, aesthetic and biomechanical - and explains how the
dentist can define and evaluate the impact of these various risk
factors and modify treatment accordingly. The risk factors and
limitations specific to all types of edentulism and each particular
clinical situation are described in detail. The safest treatment
options, as well as alternative are given for each situation.
Different surgical protocols are also presented, and the importance
of communication openly with patients is stressed.
Soft Tissue and
Esthetic Considerations in Implant Therapy
Anthony G. Sclar
ISBN: 0867153547 Publisher: Quintessence, Dec. 2003
$198.40 282 pages 1257 illus (mostly color) Hardcover
Description of Book: This long-anticipated book presents advanced surgical techniques
for preserving and restoring natural dental esthetics in implant
therapy. Written for the novice and expert alike, each chapter builds
on the information in the preceding chapters in a clear,
well-illustrated, and easy-to-follow format. For those who want to
master new techniques for treating esthetic implant patients with a high level
of predictability, this book is a must-have.
Surgical Manual of Implant Dentistry: Step-by-Step Procedures by Daniel Buser, Jun Y. Cho, and Alvin Yeo
Publisher: Quintessence, Oct. 2006
$85.00 136 pages, 473 illustrations
plus $7.95 shipping
Book Description: This is a practical manual designed to describe and illustrate each
step of the basic surgical procedures involved in the placement of dental
implants. First, each procedure is clearly described; then carefully illustrated in a series of drawings of the
techniques and instrumentation used; and reinforced through clinical
photographs, including radiographic and postoperative follow-up views. In
addition to the basic implant surgical principles, the text covers
indications and procedures for guided bone regeneration in apical
fenestration and crestal dehiscence defects, and simultaneous sinus
floor elevation via the lateral window and osteotome techniques.
For those intent on learning as much as possible, there is
an accompanying DVD:
Surgical Procedures of Implant Dentistry DVD
by Daniel Buser
Publisher: Quintessence, Oct. 2006
$180 120 minutes
plus $6.95 shipping
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