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Risk Factors In Implant Dentistry

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Offers a practical methodology for defining and evaluating the impact of risk factors in dental implant therapy, for both specialists and general practitioners. Early chapters provide analysis of the general, aesthetic, and biomechanical risks inherent in implant treatment, combined with guidelines for evaluating their potential impact on individual patients. Later chapters describe risk factors and limitations specific to all types of edentulism, with safest treatment options and alternative solutions given for each, and present various surgical protocols, complications, and failures. Includes color photos and X-ray images of treatments in progress on every page. The authors are affiliated with Paris V University, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and Nobel Biocare AB. Lacks a subject index. -- Copyright © 1999 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR All rights reserved Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR

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Paris V Univ., France. Text showing clinicians how to identify, prevent, and avoid problems in implant treatment by following logical clinical protocols. Includes high-quality color and halftone photographs and illustrations. For clinicians. DNLM: Dental Implants--adverse effects.