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Clinical Manual of Implant Dentistry

Table of Contents
1 Considerations for Implant Treatment Planning
2 Implant Diameters
3 Surgical Approach
4 Implant-Supported Prostheses
5 Treatment Considerations for Complete Edentulism
6 Treatment Considerations for Partial Edentulism
7 Treatment Considerations for the Single Missing Tooth
8 Implant Treatment for the Posterior Regions: Classification
9 Specific Surgical Procedures
10 Nonsubmerged Implant Techniques
11 Implants in the Young Patient
12 Surface Properties
13 Loading Concepts

Gil Alcoforado
Grégoire Audi
Keith D. Beaty
Philippe Bouchard
Jean-Pierre Bressand
Renato Celletti
Edouard Cohen
Karl Donath
Daniel Etienne
Olivier Fromentin
Eric Hazan
Curtis Jansen
Francis Lamond
Richard J. Lazzara
Patrick Missika
Stephan S. Porter
Christophe Raygot
Pierre Raygot
Jean-Luc Sauvan

Edited by:

Mithridade Davarpanah
Lecturer in Periodontics, Division of Research in Stomatology and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital, Paris, France.

Henry Martínez
Associate Professor, University of Paris 7; Lecturer, Department of Surgery, Hôtel-Dieu Hospital, Paris, France.

Myriam Kebir
Former Lecturer, Department of Dentistry, Max Forestier Hospital, Nanterre, France.

Jean-François Tecucianu
Professor, Department of Education and Research in Stomatology and Maxillofacial Surgery; Chairman, Department of Periodontology, Division of Research in Stomatology and Maxillofacial Surgery, Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital; Chairman, Division of Dentistry and Stomatology, American Hospital of Paris, Paris, France.

As with all Quintessence books, the illustrations are excellent, and are directly relevent to the accompanying text. The style of the book is extremely readable, and for the practitioner who is becoming involved in implant dentistry, this book offers an excellent introduction to the subject, and a handy reference for dealing with multiple clinical situations, along with a good overview of both the surgical and prosthetic aspects of treatment.
Dr. Gerard F. Clausen, Australian Dental Association Victorian Branch Newsletter

Editorial Reviews
From Book News, Inc.
Outlines the materials and procedures currently used in clinics to assess patients for the appropriateness of dental implants and to perform the actual surgery. Submerged and nonsubmerged implants, implant diameters, and specific surgical techniques are described in separate chapters. Most of the authors work in French hospitals, and the textbook may be of interest to practicing dental surgeons who want to keep their skills current. Color photographs are provided, but no index.Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR