Integrated Esthetics in Periodontics and Implantology








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重量:2.56kg  頁數:463 裝訂:精裝 開數:31.5 x 23.5 cm 印刷:彩色

Many books include an inherent bias: The authors specialize in a certain beloved technique and attempt to apply this technique to multiple clinical situations while glorifying the successes and dismissing the failures. Or it is written by researchers so wrapped up in science and academia that they forget what it really means to run a dental practice and deal with patients day-to-day. This book is different. The authors have many decades of both academic and clinical experience and have set out to produce a clear, impartial, and rational text to address new concepts and techniques that affect daily clinical practice. Treatments (including their limitations) are described, including many controversial techniques and clinical issues not previously described in the literature. The chapter layout is presented logically and in sequence to address the different specialties in an organized and contextualized way. A comprehensive background is provided to allow readers to determine for themselves – rather than be told – how to best develop a sound clinical work.

Chapter 01. Esthetic and functional planning: clinical and digital resources
Chapter 02. Gingival contour in the esthetic zone: treatment for short clinical crowns
Chapter 03. Root coverage in esthetic regions: treatment of long clinical crown
Chapter 04. Treatment planning in implant dentistry: the search for predictable result
Chapter 05. Socket preservation: how to maintain tissue architecture
Chapter 06. Implant placement in fresh sockets: how to get an ideal position
Chapter 07. Immediate provisional on teeth or implants: determining chronology and restoration contouring
Chapter 08. Immediate rehabilitation of intact and compromised sockets: a predictable protocol
Chapter 09. Treatment of esthetic complications around implants: the decision between keeping or removing an implant
Chapter 10. Long-term follow-up of implants: what should be expected
Chapter 11. Avoiding esthetic and functional defects on implants: how to condition the transition zone