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Implant Prosthodontics: Clinical and Laboratory Procedures

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Author is in private practice, Spokane, WA. Practical text provides coverage of the history of implants, the emergence of the Branemark system, and the evolution of other implant systems. Now includes five new chapters, 200 new full-color photographs, and a larger format. Previous edition: c1994. For practitioners.

Key Features

* Provides thorough coverage of the history of implants, the emergence of the Branemark system, and the evaluation of other dental implant systems. * Features a strong treatment planning emphasis and provides benefits/rationales for all laboratory and clinical facets. * Maintains the practical and readable style peer reviewers and users have praised. * Includes 700 illustrations, all in full color, showing the reader proper procedures for dental implants. * Features highly respected author team of Drs. Patrick Stevens and Edward Fredrickson with dental ceramic expert Maurice Gress for the latest developments in implant prosthodontics. * Includes contribution from Dr. Fredrickson, the first US dentist in private practice to be trained in and to employ the Branemark system of osseointegrated dental implants for edentulous patients.

Table of Contents

1. Evolution of implant prothetics 2. Surgical templates 3. Edentulous mandible: Fixed prosthetics 4. Edentulous maxilla: Fixed prosthetics 5. Treatment planning and surgical considerations for bone grafted maxilla 6. Single tooth prosthetics 7. CerAdapt abutment 8. Partially edentulous prosthetics 9. Wide diameter implants: Restorative considerations 10. Implant assisted overdentures 11. Osseointegrated implants in combination with vascularized bone grafts: Surgical and prosthodontic considerations 12. Special cases 13. Procera abutment 14. Problems, complications and solutions 15. Hygiene/maintenance guidelines