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1 online resource (616 pages) : color illustrations
1 online resource : color illustrations
  • Sedation in dentistry: a historic perspective
  • Pain and anxiety in dentistry
  • Introduction to sedation
  • The spectrum of pain and anxiety control
  • Physical and psychological evaluation
  • Monitoring during sedation
  • Nondrug techniques : iatrosedation and hypnosis
  • Oral sedation
  • Rectal sedation
  • Sublingual, transdermal, and intranasal sedation
  • Intramuscular sedation
  • Inhalation sedation : historical perspective
  • Inhalation sedation : rationale
  • Pharmacology, anatomy, and physiology
  • Inhalation sedation equipment
  • Inhalation sedation : techniques of administration
  • Inhalation sedation : complications
  • Contemporary issues surrounding nitrous oxide
  • Practical considerations
  • Teaching inhalation sedation : history and present guidelines
  • Intravenous sedation : historical perspective
  • Intravenous moderate sedation : rationale
  • Armamentarium
  • Anatomy for venipuncture
  • Venipuncture technique
  • Pharmacology
  • Intravenous moderate sedation : techniques of administration
  • Intravenous sedation : complications
  • Practical considerations
  • Guidelines for teaching
  • Fundamentals of general anesthesia
  • Armamentarium, drugs, and techniques
  • Preparation for emergencies
  • Emergency drugs and equipment
  • Management of emergencies
  • The pediatric patient
  • The geriatric patient
  • The medically compromised patient
  • The physically compromised patient
  • Neurologic illnesses and other conditions
  • Medicolegal considerations
  • The controversial development of anesthesiology in dentistry.
"Learn how to safely sedate your dental patients and help control their anxiety with Sedation: A Guide to Patient Management, 6th Edition. Written by sedation expert Stanley Malamed, DDS, this concise guide combines essential theory with "how-to" technical instruction to help you master basic techniques in dental sedation and anxiety control. This new sixth edition also incorporates the latest guidelines from the ADA and the American Society of Anesthesiologists, along with vivid images of the most current equipment and procedures used in dental practice today. There is also detailed discussion on how to modify typical treatment protocol to successfully treat different patient populations - including pediatric, geriatric, physically compromised, and medically compromised patients. In all, this is a must-have guide for keeping up to date on the latest techniques in dental sedation and anxiety"--Publisher's description.
1 online resource (xvi, 480 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Contributors Preface Acknowledgments Chapter 1 Examination and Diagnosis Case 1 Clinical Examination Satheesh Elangovan Case 2 Medical Considerations Ioannis Karoussis and Pinelopi Pani Case 3 Implant Stability Marcelo Freire, Samuel Lee, and Kwang Bum Park Case 4 Oclussal/Anatomical Consideration Hamasat Gheddaf Dam and Rumpa Ganguly Case 5 Radiographic Interpretation and Diagnosis Aruna Ramesh and Rumpa Ganguly Chapter 2 Implant Design Case 1 Regular Platform Implant Case Mariam Margvelashvili and Jacinto Cano Peyro Case 2 Wide-Diameter Implants Hans-Peter Weber and Hadi Gholami Case 3 Special Surfaces Suheil M. Boutros Case 4 Narrow-Diameter Implant Sung Min Chi Case 5 Short Implants Chun-Teh Lee, Chin-Wei Jeff Wang, Rainier A. Urdaneta, and Sung-Kiang Chuang Case 6 Platform Switching Samuel Lee, Sergio Herrera, and Kwang Bum Park Chapter 3 Prosthetic Design Case 1 Abutment Design Christopher A. Barwacz Case 2 Screw-Retained Implant Restorations Luis Del Castillo, Maria E. Gonzalez, and Jacinto Cano-Peyro Case 3 Choice of Restorative Materials Sonja Mansour Chapter 4 Soft Tissue Management Case 1 Free Gingival Grafts Daniel Kuan-te Ho Case 2 Subepithelial Connective Tissue Graft Luca Gobbato, Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, and Fabio Mazzocco Case 3 Vestibuloplasty and Frenectomy Daniel Kuan-te Ho, Luca Gobbato, and Luigi Minenna Chapter 5 Ridge Site Preparation Case 1 Xenograft Membrane: Porcine Derived Mohammed Alasqah and Zuhair S. Natto Case 2 Guided Bone Regeneration Satheesh Elangovan Case 3 Growth Factors Daniel Kuan-te Ho and David Minjoon Kim Case 4 Alveolar Ridge Preservation: Allograft Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, Mitchell Gubler, Christina Nicholas, and Christopher Barwacz Case 5 Alveolar Ridge Preservation: Alloplast Waeil Elmisalati, Wichaya Wisitrasameewong, and Emilio Arguello Case 6 Alveolar Ridge Preservation: Xenograft Waeil Elmisalati, Wichaya Wisitrasameewong, and Emilio Arguello Case 7 Guided Bone Regeneration: Non-Resorbable Membrane Yong Hur, Hsiang-Yun Huang, Teresa Chanting Sun, and Yumi Ogata Case 8 Ridge Split and Expansion Samuel Koo and Hans-Peter Weber Chapter 6 Sinus Site Preparation Case 1 Lateral Window Technique Yumi Ogata, Irina Dragan, Lucrezia Paterno Holtzman, and Yong Hur Case 2 Internal Sinus Lift: Osteotome Samuel Lee, Adrian Mora, and Kwang Bum Park Case 3 Internal Sinus Lift: Other Techniques Samuel Lee, Adrian Mora, and Kwang Bum Park Chapter 7 Implant Placement Case 1 One Stage/Two Stage Placement Rory O Neill and Pinelopi Pani Case 2 Immediate Placement Samuel Koo, Marcelo Freire, and Hidetada Moroi Case 3 Delayed Placement: Site Development Y. Natalie Jeong and Carlos Parra Case 4 Submerged Implant Placement and Provisional Restorations Hans-Peter Weber and Hadi Gholami Chapter 8 Restoration Case 1 Single-Tooth Implants: Posterior Hans-Peter Weber and Hadi Gholami Case 2 Anterior Implant Restoration Gianluca Paniz and Luca Gobbato Case 3 Full-Mouth Rehabilitation Gianluca Paniz, Eriberto Bressan, and Diego Lops Case 4 Implant-Supported Mandibular Overdentures Michael Butera Case 5 Immediate Provisionalization (Temporization) Panos Papaspyridakos and Chun-Jung Chen Case 6 Immediate Loading Panos Papaspyridakos and Chun-Jung Chen Chapter 9 Special Interdisciplinary Considerations Case 1 Implants for Periodontally Compromised Patients Marcelo Freire, Karim El Kholy, and Mindy Sugmin Gil Case 2 Dental Implants in an Orthodontic Case Chin-wei Jeff Wang, Seyed Hossein Bassir, Nadeem Karimbux, and Lauren Manning Case 3 Patients with Systemic Disease (A Genetic Disorder) Abdullah Al Farraj Aldosari and Mohammed Alasqah Case 4 The Use of Dental Implants in the Child/Adolescent Seyed Hossein Bassir, Nadeem Karimbux, and Zameera Fida Chapter 10 Peri-implantitis: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention Case 1 Ailing and Failing Implants Seyed Hossein Bassir and Nadeem Karimbux Case 2 Patient s Plaque Control Around Implants Lorenzo Mordini, Carlos Parra, Tannaz Shapurian, and Paul A. Levi, Jr. Case 3 Professional Plaque Control Around Implants Carlos Parra, Lorenzo Mordini, Tannaz Shapurian, and Paul A. Levi, Jr. Case 4 Locally Delivered Drug Agents Federico Ausenda, Francesca Bonino, Tannaz Shapurian, and Paul A. Levi, Jr. Case 5 Systemic Antibiotics Zuhair S. Natto, Shatha Alharthi, Tannaz Shapurian, and Paul A. Levi, Jr. Case 6 Surgical Management of Peri-implantitis Yumi Ogata, Zuhair S. Natto, Minh Bui, and Yong Hur Case 7 Removal/Replacement of Failed Implants Samuel S. Lee, Paulina Acosta, and Rustam DeVitre Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118702147 20170403
Clinical Cases in Implant Dentistry presents 49 actual clinical cases, accompanied by academic commentary, that question and educate the reader about essential topics in implant dentistry, encompassing diagnosis, surgical site preparation and placement, restoration, and maintenance of dental implants. * Unique case-based format supports problem-based learning * Promotes independent learning through self-assessment and critical thinking * Highly illustrated with full-color clinical cases * Covers all essential topics within implant dentistry.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118702147 20170403
1 online resource.
  • Foreword, vii Decision Making in Dental Implantology, ix Preface, xi About the Authors, xiii 1 Current Status of Clinical Practice with Dental Implants: An Evidence-Based Decision Making Overview, 1 2 Treatment Planning for Bone Defects in the Alveolar Ridge, 23 3 Treatment of Esthetic Areas, 43 4 Treatment of Posterior Areas, 123 5 Implant-Supported Rehabilitation of Completely and Partially Edentulous Patients, 205 6 Multidisciplinary Decision Making: The Complexity of Some Potential Real World Clinical Scenarios, 325 Index, 407.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119225942 20171227
Decision Making in Dental Implantology: Atlas of Surgical and Restorative Approaches offers an image-based resource to both the surgical and restorative aspects of implant therapy, presenting more than 2,000 color images with an innovative case-by-case approach. Takes a highly pictorial approach to all aspects of implant dentistryDiscusses both the surgical and restorative aspects of implant therapy in a single resourceDescribes a wide range of clinical scenarios likely to be encountered in daily practiceCovers anterior, posterior, and full-mouth restorationsPresents more than 2,000 color images showing the basic concepts and clinical cases.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119225942 20171227
59 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource.
  • ContributorsForeword Preface Chapter 1: Platelet Rich Fibrin: A 2nd generation platelet concentrateJoseph Choukroun, Richard J MironChapter 2: Biological Components of Platelet Rich Fibrin: Growth Factor Release and Cellular Activity Masako Fujioka-Kobayashi, Richard J MironChapter 3: Introducing the Low-Speed Centrifugation Concept Joseph Choukroun, Shahram GhanaatiChapter 4: Uses of Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry: an Overview Richard J Miron, Giovanni Zucchelli, Joseph ChoukrounChapter 5: Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin for the Management of Extraction Sockets: Biological Basis and Clinical Relevance Richard J Miron, Jonathan de ToitChapter 6: Maxillary Sinus Floor Elevation in the Atrophic Posterior Maxillae: Anatomy, Principles, Techniques, Outcomes and Complications Alberto Monje, Hom-Lay Wang, Richard J MironChapter 7: Maxillary Sinus Floor Elevation Procedures with Platelet Rich Fibrin: Indications and Clinical Recommendations Richard J Miron, Michael A Pikos, Hom-Lay Wang Chapter 8: Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin for the treatment of muco-gingival recessions: Novel Improvements in Plastic Esthetic Surgery utilizing The Fibrin Assisted Soft Tissue Promotion (FASTP) Technique Alexandre-Amir Aalam, Alina Krivitsky AalamChapter 9: Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin for Periodontal Regeneration/Repair of Intrabony and Furcation Defects Richard J Miron, Brian L Mealey, Hom-Lay WangChapter 10: Platelet Rich Fibrin as an Adjunct to Implant Dentistry Howard GluckmanChapter 11: Guided Bone Regeneration with Platelet Rich Fibrin Richard J Miron, Michael A Pikos, Yufeng Zhang, Tobias FretwurstChapter 12: Modern Approach to Full Arch Immediate Loading: The Simonpieri Technique with PRF and i-PRF Alain SimonpieriChapter 13: Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin in Facial Esthetics and Rejuvenation Cleopatra NacopoulosChapter 14: Use of Platelet Rich Fibrin in Other Areas of Medicine Richard J Miron, Joseph ChoukrounChapter 15: Future Research with Platelet Rich Fibrin Richard J Miron, Joseph Choukroun.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119406815 20170911
The first book devoted exclusively to the subject, Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry offers comprehensive, evidence-based coverage of the biological basis and clinical applications of PRF in dentistry. Co-edited by a leading researcher in tissue regeneration and the inventor of the PRF technique, it brings together original contributions from expert international researchers and clinicians. Chapters cover the biological foundation of PRF before addressing specific uses of the technology within clinical dentistry. Topics describe the use of PRF in many dental applications, including extraction socket management, sinus lifting procedures, root coverage, periodontal regeneration, soft tissue healing around implants, guided bone regeneration, and facial esthetics. The text is supplemented with color photographs and explanatory illustrations throughout. Platelet Rich Fibrin in Regenerative Dentistry: Biological Background and Clinical Indications is an indispensable professional resource for periodontists, oral surgeons and oral and maxillofacial surgeons, as well as general dentists who use PRF or are interested in introducing it into their practices. It is also an excellent reference for undergraduate and postgraduate dental students.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119406815 20170911
1 online resource
  • About the Author xi Preface and Introduction xiii Case Selection and Diagnosis 1 Part A: Medical Consideration in Implant Dentistry 1 1 Commonly Ordered Blood Tests in Implant Dentistry 1 2 ASA Classifications 3 3 Medical Conditions 4 4 Recommendations for Medical Consideration in Implant Dentistry 6 Part B: Radiographic Examination and Imaging Modalities 8 1 Imaging Strategies 8 2 Radiographic Examination and Imaging Modalities 12 3 Principles of Imaging for Dental Implant Assessment, with Recommendations 15 Part C: Surgical Stents 20 1 SurgicalStentTypes 20 2 Comparison of Surgical Stents 24 3 Recommendations 25 References 25 Surgical Principles and Protocols 27 Part A: Scrubbing and Gowning 27 1 Preparation Prior to Surgical Scrub 27 2 Surgical Scrubbing Methods 27 3 Steps for Surgical Scrubbing 28 4 DryingtheHands 28 5 Gowning 28 6 De-gowning 30 7 Recommendations 30 Part B: Surgical Report 30 1 Principles 30 2 Recommendations 30 Part C: Commonly Used Medications in Implant Dentistry 31 1 Pain Management 31 2 Antibacterial Infection 32 3 Sinus Bacterial Infection 32 4 Xerostomia 33 5 Recommendations 35 References 35 Surgical Treatment 37 Part A: Immediate Implants 37 1 Classification 37 2 Procedure 39 3 General Advantages and Disadvantages 39 4 Complications and Treatment 40 5 Immediate Loading 40 6 Immediate Loading: When To? 40 7 Recommendations 40 Part B: Sinus Augmentation 43 1 MaxillarySinusAnatomy 43 2 Anatomical Considerations 44 3 Procedure Steps 44 4 Recommendations for Complications 47 Part C: Ridge Augmentation 47 1 Soft Tissue Augmentation 47 2 OnlayGrafts 51 3 Titanium Straps, Cores, and Screws 51 4 TitaniumMesh, Distraction Osteogenesis, J Block, and Ridge Expansion 55 5 Membranes 55 6 Recommendations 56 Part D: Extraction Socket Preservation 56 1 Advantages 56 2 Steps for Good Extraction Socket Development 57 3 Complications 57 4 Recommendations 57 Part E: Suture Materials 58 1 Monofilament and Multifilament Sutures 58 2 Absorbable and Non-absorbable Sutures 59 3 Natural and Synthetic Sutures 59 4 Recommendations 60 References 61 Corrective Implant Surgery 63 Part A: Clinical Recommendations for the Prevention and Treatment of Peri-implant Disease 63 Part B: Peri-implantitis Treatment Recommendations 64 References 71 Errors and Complications 73 Part A: Diagnosis of Complications 73 Part B: Surgical Errors 73 1 Early Implant Failure 73 2 Late Implant Failure 74 Part C: Prosthetic Errors 74 Part D: The Checklist 74 1 Basic Implant Placement 74 References 75 Communication 77 Part A: Sample Consents 77 1 Endosseous Implant Consent 77 2 Maxillary Sinus Augmentation Consent 81 3 Conscious Sedation Consent 83 4 Dental Extraction Consent 84 5 Ridge Augmentation Consent 86 6 Bisphosphonates Consent 88 7 BiopsyConsent 89 8 Blank Consent Form 90 9 Gingivectomy Consent 91 10 Gingival Augmentation Consent 92 Part B: Sample Surgical Report 94 Part C: Sample Postoperative Instructions and How to Clean Implants 95 Part D: Sample Patient Letters 98 Part E: Sample Letters to Physicians 99 Part F: Sample Letters to Referring Dentists 99 Index 101.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290124 20170626
Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery offers busy practitioners quick access to all the essential information needed for successful dental implant surgery from case selection to radiographic examination, scrub-in to post-operative care. How-to information in a concise, spiral-bound, quick-access formatConcrete guidelines for common scenarios before, during, and after surgeryNumerous charts, tables, checklists, and calloutsAn abundance of stunning, full-color photographs illustrating key points coveredText boxes containing clinical recommendations to help facilitate quick navigation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119290124 20170626
1 online resource
  • Foreword Chapter 1 Induced pluripotent stem cell technologies for tissue Engineering George T.J. Huang, Ikbale El Ayachi and Xiao-Ying Zou Chapter 2 Immunomodulation by Adult Stem Cells: Mechanisms of Action and Clinical Applications Lindsay C Davies, Katarina Le Blanc Chapter 3 Research Advances in Tissue Regeneration by Dental Pulp Stem Cells Rachel J Waddington and Alastair J Sloan Chapter 4 Assessing the potential of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Craniofacial Bone Repair and Regeneration Rachel J Waddington, Quentin Jones and Ryan Moseley Chapter 5 Tissue Culture Models and Approaches for Dental Tissue Regeneration Alastair J Sloan, John Colombo, Jessica Roberts, Rachel J Waddington, Wayne Ayre Chapter 6 Industrial translation requirements for manufacture of stem cell-derived and tissue-engineered products Ivan Wall, David de Silva Thompson, Carlotta Peticone, Roman Perez Chapter 7 Periodontal Tissue Engineering Saso Ivanovski S, P Mark Bartold, Stan Gronthos S, Dietmar W Hutmacher Chapter 8 Clinical strategies for dental and periodontal disease management a way forward Anibal Diogenes, Vanessa Chrepa and Nikita B. Ruparel.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118741108 20170313
Tissue Engineering and Regeneration in Dentistry: Current Strategies presents a thorough update on the current advances, methods and understanding in tissue engineering in dentistry. It offers invaluable tools, case studies, and methodologies for undertaking research, including important biological and practical considerations to facilitate successful migration of research from the bench to the clinic. * Offers detailed coverage of the basic underlying principles and scientific evidence, and includes protocols to highlight practical applications * Written by an internationally renowned team of expert contributors * A must-have read for researchers and specialist clinicians in tissue engineering, oral biology, dental materials science, periodontology and oral surgery.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118741108 20170313
1 online resource (xi, 422 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color), forms
  • Section 1: Patient Examination and Diagnosis 1. Patient Evaluation and Assessment 2. Common Diagnoses in Dentistry NEW! Section 2: The Treatment Planning Process 3. Evidence Based Treatment Planning: Assessment of Risk, Prognosis, and Expected Treatment Outcomes 4. Developing the Treatment Plan 5. Interprofessional Treatment Planning NEW! 6. Ethical and Legal Considerations when Treatment Planning Section 3: Phases of the Treatment Plan 7. The Systemic Phase of Treatment 8. The Acute Phase of Treatment 9. The Disease Control Phase of Treatment 10. The Definitive Phase of Treatment 11. The Maintenance Phase of Care Section 4: Planning Treatment for Unique Patient Populations 12. The Patient with Special Needs 13. The Patient Who Is Substance Dependent 14. The Anxious or Fearful Dental Patient 15. The Patient with Psychological Disorders 16. The Adolescent Patient 17. The Geriatric Patient 18. The Motivationally Compromised or Financially Limited Patient.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323287302 20160704
Develop your skills in evaluation and dental treatment planning for all types of patients! Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Dentistry, 3rd Edition provides a full-color guide to creating treatment plans based on a comprehensive patient assessment. Using evidence-based research, this book shows how risk assessment, prognosis, and expected treatment outcomes factor into the planning process. New chapters cover patient diagnosis and team-based treatment planning, and a new Evolve website includes videos, case scenarios, and decision-making algorithms. Written by experienced dentistry educators Stephen Stefanac and Samuel Nesbit, this book is the only dental resource that combines patient examination and oral diagnosis with treatment planning.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780323287302 20160704
1 online resource
  • About the Companion Website ix Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 How to use this book 1 1.3 Equipment and instruments 1 1.4 Health and safety in the dental laboratory 5 1.5 Sterilisation and impression handling 6 1.6 Introduction to model making 8 1.7 Models for prosthodontics casting primary impressions 9 1.8 Models for prosthodontics boxing-in impressions 12 1.9 Models for prosthodontics casting working (secondary) impressions 13 1.10 Models for prosthodontics models for cobalt chromium frameworks 13 1.11 Orthodontic study models 14 1.12 Introduction to sectional models 16 1.13 Producing a sectional model using a tray system (Figure 1.13.1) 17 1.14 Producing a sectional model using a pinned system 19 1.15 Sectioning the model 20 1.16 Introduction to articulating models 22 1.17 Articulating models on a simple hinge articulator 22 1.18 Articulating dentate models using the average position 23 1.19 Articulating edentulous models using the average position 25 1.20 Articulating models using a facebow 26 Chapter 2 Complete Prosthetics 31 2.1 Introduction to complete prosthetics 31 2.2 Construction of a close-fitting custom impression tray 32 2.3 Construction of a tray with spacer for edentulous cases 34 2.4 Construction of a tray for dentate or partially dentate cases 35 2.5 Construction of a windowed close-fitting tray 37 2.6 Construction of occlusal registration rims 38 2.7 Setting up denture teeth 42 2.8 Denture processing 47 2.9 Grinding and finishing the dentures 53 2.10 Denture repair 57 2.11 Relining a denture in the laboratory 60 2.12 Copy dentures 62 Chapter 3 Partia l Prosthetics 65 3.1 Introduction to partial prosthetics 65 3.2 Classification 65 3.3 Component parts of partial dentures 66 3.4 Surveying 68 3.5 Designing partial dentures 71 3.6 Partial denture construction acrylic resin 75 3.7 Partial denture construction cobalt chromium 77 Chapter 4 FIXED PROSTHODONTICS 85 4.1 Restoration design 85 4.2 Metal restorations 86 4.3 Ditching the die 88 4.4 Producing a wax pattern 88 4.5 Investing the wax pattern 90 4.6 Casting and de-vesting the pattern 92 4.7 Finishing the casting 94 4.8 Metal-ceramic restorations 98 4.9 Producing a wax pattern for a metal bonded to ceramic framework 99 4.10 Investing the wax pattern 102 4.11 Casting the pattern 102 4.12 De-vesting and surface preparation 104 4.13 Ceramic application and build-up 105 4.14 Ceramic restorations 112 4.15 Producing a high-strength ceramic substructure 114 4.16 Veneering a high-strength ceramic substructure 115 4.17 Producing a resin-bonded crown on a refractory die 115 4.18 Post crowns 117 4.19 Bridges 118 4.20 Producing a cast metal fixed fixed restoration 121 4.21 Producing a soldered metal fixed fixed restoration 122 4.22 Soldering 123 4.23 Minimal preparation bridges 125 4.24 Producing a minimal preparation bridge (Maryland technique) 126 4.25 Digital dentistry 128 4.26 Using a laboratory-based CAD CAM system 131 4.27 Producing a posterior single-unit substructure or restoration using a reduction technique 132 4.28 Producing a bridge substructure 134 4.29 Removable Partial Denture Design 134 4.30 Implant-supported prosthodontics 139 Chapter 5 ORTHODONTICS 141 5.1 Introduction to orthodontics 141 5.2 Classification of malocclusions 142 5.3 Theory of tooth movement 143 5.4 Basic wire bending techniques 144 5.5 Making passive components 146 5.6 Producing ball-ended clasps 146 5.7 The Adams clasp 147 5.8 Producing a southend clasp 148 5.9 Active appliances 149 5.10 Palatal finger spring (guarded) 150 5.11 Making a T-spring 152 5.12 Double cantilever or Z-spring 152 5.13 Buccal canine retractor 153 5.14 The Roberts retractor 154 5.15 Producing baseplates 155 5.16 Producing biteplanes 156 5.17 Extra-oral anchorage 156 5.18 Functional appliance design 157 5.19 Producing an Andresen appliance 157 5.20 Twin-block appliance 158 5.21 Fixed orthodontic appliances 160 5.22 Retainer appliance design 160 5.23 Repair and modification of orthodontic appliances 162 5.24 Making tooth positioners 164 5.25 Sports Mouthguards 165 Chapter 6 Occlusion 167 6.1 Introduction to occlusion 167 6.2 Occlusal schemes 168 6.3 Articulators 170 6.4 Facebows 171 6.5 Summary 171 Chapter 7 Shade, Colour and Size Determination for Denta l Appliances 173 7.1 Introduction to aesthetics 173 7.2 Colour terminology 173 7.3 Shade guides 173 7.4 Selecting teeth for complete denture patients 175 Appendix Tooth Morphology 177 Glossar y 179 Index 181.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118886212 20170313
Now available in a second edition, Basics of Dental Technology is a complete reference for the current techniques and materials used in dental technology. * Retains the accessible, task-based approach and step-by-step guidance of the first edition * Features updates throughout, as well as a new chapter on digital dental technology and an interactive student website to support self-assessment * Explains key competencies, concepts, instruments, and equipment, and also introduces more specialist techniques and procedures, such as denture prosthetics, fixed prosthodontics, orthodontic work, and maxillofacial technology * Provides essential information for trainee dental technicians and students learning about dental technology, including study tips and strategies for working effectively within a dental team.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118886212 20170313
1 online resource.
  • Front Cover; Bone Response to Dental Implant Materials; Related titles; Bone Response to Dental Implant Materials; Copyright; Contents; List of contributors; 1
  • Introduction to bone response to dental implant materials; 1.1 Introduction; 1.1.1 Bone structure in the aspect of functionality; 1.1.2 Bone remodeling; 1.1.3 The modern concept of biocompatibility; 1.2 Biomaterials; 1.2.1 Autologous bone; 1.2.2 Porous phycogenic hydroxyapatite; 1.2.3 Collagenized porcine biomaterial; 1.2.4 Anorganic bovine bone; 1.2.5 Biphasic calcium phosphate; 1.2.6 Calcium carbonate
  • 1.3 Challenges and further trends1.3.1 Graphene; 1.3.2 Biomedical applications; Acknowledgment; References; 2
  • Mechanical modification of dental implants to control bone retention; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 The implant as extracellular matrix; 2.3 Cell attachment; 2.4 Cell behavior on smooth surfaces; 2.5 Cell behavior on three-dimensional and roughened surfaces; 2.6 Mechanisms involved with translation of cell configuration to differentiation; 2.7 Using controlled surface configuration to control cell function-tissue engineering surfaces
  • 2.8 Mechanical basis for bone retention around dental implants2.9 Conclusion; References; 3
  • Surface modification of dental biomaterials for controlling bone response; 3.1 Bone responses to implant surfaces; 3.2 Roughening the surface; 3.2.1 Surface characteristics; 3.2.2 The effect of surface topography on bone healing; 3.3 Application of inorganic elements to implant surfaces; 3.3.1 Calcium phosphorus; 3.3.2 Fluoride treatment; 3.4 Application of organic compounds to implant surfaces; 3.5 Concluding remarks; References; 4
  • Bone response to calcium phosphate coatings for dental implants
  • 4.1 Introduction4.2 The bone implant interface; 4.3 Methods of calcium phosphate coating; 4.3.1 Plasma sprayed coatings; 4.3.2 Thermal spray coating technique; 4.3.3 Solgel coating; 4.3.4 Sputter deposition; 4.3.5 Pulsed laser deposition; 4.3.6 Dip-coating technique; 4.3.7 Ion beam assisted deposition of CaP; 4.3.8 Electrophoretic deposition; 4.3.9 Hot isostatic pressing technique; 4.3.10 Biomimetic precipitation; 4.4 Surface coating and peri-implant wound healing process; 4.5 Factors influencing the coated implant bone interface; 4.5.1 Surface morphology/surface topography
  • 4.5.2 The chemical composition and CaP ratio4.5.3 Phase composition and structure; 4.5.4 Coating dissolution of HA; 4.6 CaP coating as drug delivery system; 4.6.1 Silicon; 4.6.2 Strontium; 4.6.3 Silver; 4.6.4 Bisphosphonate; 4.6.5 Proteins; 4.7 CaP coating and peri-implantitis; 4.8 Conclusion; References; 5
  • Peri-implant biological behavior: clinical and scientific aspects; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Implant features; 5.2.1 Surface; 5.3 Implant anatomy; 5.3.1 Implant neck design; 5.3.2 Middle threads configuration; 5.3.3 Apex; 5.4 BIC percentage; References
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  • Implant primary stability and occlusion
49 pages ; 22 cm.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (1,591 pages) : color illustrations, photographs
1 online resource.
Dental implants have become one of the most popular and rapidly growing techniques for replacing missing teeth. While their predictability, functionality, and durability make them an attractive option for patients and clinicians alike, complications can arise at any stage from patient assessment to maintenance therapy. Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment, Second Edition, updates and expands the hallmark first edition, which was the first comprehensive reference designed to provide clinicians of all skill levels with practical instruction grounded in evidence-based research. Featuring cases from a variety of dental specialties, the book covers the most commonly occurring implant complications as well as the unique. Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment, Second Edition, is organized sequentially, guiding the reader through complications associated with the diagnosis, treatment planning, placement, restoration, and maintenance of implants at any stage. Complications associated with various bone augmentation and sinus lift procedures are also discussed in detail with emphasis on their etiology and prevention. Each chapter utilizes a highly illustrated and user-friendly format to showcase key pedagogical features, including a list of take home tips summarizing the fundamental points of each chapter. New chapters include discussions of complications from drug prescribing, implant naturalization, cemented restorations, loose implant restoration syndrome, and craniofacial growth. Readers will also find more case presentations to see how complications have been managed in real-world situations. Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment, Second Edition, brings together contributions from leading experts in the field under the superior editorship of Dr. Stuart Froum. With its pragmatic approach to preventing and managing implant complications, this expertly crafted text continues to serve as an indispensable clinical reference and guide for all dentists placing or restoring implants.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118976456 20170403
1 online resource.
  • Acknowledgments ix Notes on contributors x Introduction: Why this book? 1 Joel H. Berg Early childhood caries: Definition and epidemiology 15 Burton L. Edelstein, Courtney H. Chinn, Robert J. Laughlin and Christie L. Custodio ]Lumsden Early childhood caries disease prevention and management 47 Man Wai Ng and Zameera Fida Managing caries: Obtaining arrest 67 Kevin J. Donly Use of fluoride 104 Norman Tinanoff The dental home 120 Arthur J. Nowak and Paul S. Casamassimo Examination of infants and toddlers 134 Adriana Segura Children with intellectual and developmental disabilities 153 Jessica De Bord Anticipatory guidance 169 Arthur J. Nowak and Paul S. Casamassimo Caries risk assessment: Rationale, uses, tools, and state of development 193 James J. Crall, Rocio B. Quinonez and Andrea F. Zandona Family oral health education 221 Tegwyn H. Brickhouse Community programs and oral health 245 Jessica Y. Lee Interprofessional education and practice 258 Melinda B. Clark, Mayumi Willgerodt and Rocio B. Quinonez Building an infant ] and toddler ]friendly practice, 272 David K. Curtis Policy issues in the Affordable Care Act concerning pediatric oral health insurance coverage 302 C. Scott Litch Future directions 317 Rebecca L. Slayton Index 329.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118792100 20170403
Dental caries has been called a silent epidemic and is the most prevalent chronic disease affecting children. Though much has been written on the science and practice of managing this disease, publications are diverse in their loci, preventing easy access to the reader. Early Childhood Oral Health coalesces all the important information related to this topic in a comprehensive reference for students, academics, and practitioners. This second edition expands the scope of the first and puts an additional focus on interprofessional and global efforts that are necessary to manage the growing disease crisis and screening and risk assessment efforts that have expanded with the boom of new technologies. With updated references and incorporating the latest research, chapters address the biology and epidemiology of caries, the clinical management of early childhood caries, risk assessment, and early diagnosis. Other topics include public health approaches to managing caries worldwide, implementation of new caries prevention programs, fluoride regimens, and community programs, and family oral health education. Brand new are four chapters on the medical management of early childhood caries, considerations for children with special needs, interprofessional education and practice, and how the newest policy issues and the Affordable Care Act affect dental care. A must-read for pediatric dentists, cariologists, public health dentists, and students in these fields, Early Childhood Oral Health is also relevant for pediatricians and pediatric nursing specialists worldwide.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781118792100 20170403
1 online resource.
  • Introduction to Evidence-Based Implant Dentistry.- Basics of Biostatistics.- Teeth or Implants?.- Bone Response to Implants.- Implant Placement and Loading Time.- Implant Design and Implant Length.- Platform Design.- Implant Abutments.- Implant Prosthodontics.- Materials Used in Pre-implant Surgery.- Reconstructive Surgery Techniques.- Peri-Implantitis.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319268705 20161114
This book covers all aspects of implant dentistry, presenting up-to-date information that reflects the highest level of scientific evidence as presented in the specialized literature. Among the topics addressed by expert authors are the prognosis of natural tooth versus implant restorations, bone response to implant treatment, placement and loading time, implant design and length, platform design, implant abutments, prosthodontic treatment, reconstructive surgery, and periimplantitis. The amount of data available for the clinician working in the field of implantology is huge and constantly increasing. The task of remaining abreast of the latest evidence and applying it effectively in clinical practice is further hindered by the fact that many scientific papers make contradictory claims and contain methodological flaws and biases that generate confusion and lack of reliability. Against this background, Evidence-Based Implant Dentistry will serve the reader as a dependable and scientifically supported guide to current implant treatment and key issues in the field.
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1 online resource : illustrations
  • Background.- Material Details and Types of GICs.- Clinical Perfomance.- Role of GICs in Caries.- Role of GICs in Atraumatic Restorative Treatment and Minimal Intervention Dentistry.- Role of GICs in Paediatric Dentistry.- Uses in Contemporary Dentistry and Limitations.- The Future of Glass-Ionomers.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319226255 20160619
This concise handbook covers all aspects of glass-ionomer cements, from the development of these materials in the early 1970s through to the current state of the art. Their physical, chemical, biological, and clinical properties are described as well as how their formulation and usage have evolved over time, giving rise to newer subcategories of the parent materials. Detailed coverage is provided on the clinical use of glass-ionomer cements in restorative and pediatric dentistry and in widely taught and practiced newer approaches, including atraumatic restorative treatment and minimal intervention dentistry. The authors are internationally acclaimed experts who present information in an easy-to-follow format that will appeal to readers. With the renewed worldwide quest for substitute materials for the more traditional amalgam, glass-ionomer cements have the potential for further development and may play a significant role in future trends.
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vi, 29 pages ; 30 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
1 online resource (907 pages) : illustrations (some color)
1 online resource.
  • Contributors, vii Preface, ix Acknowledgments, xi Introduction by Ole T. Jensen, xiii Section I: Introduction 1 Introduction and Bone Augmentation Classification, 3 Len Tolstunov 2 Applied Surgical Anatomy of the Jaws, 7 Mohamed Sharawy 3 Bone Development and Histiogenesis of the Jaws, 19 Mohammed E. Elsalanty 4 Prosthetic Comprehensive Oral Evaluation in Implant Dentistry: A Team Approach, 25 Gary A. Morris 5 Orthodontic Implant Site Development, 43 Ugo Macca, Agatino Davide Mirabella, and Francesco Amato 6 Radiographic Evaluation of the Alveolar Ridge in Implant Dentistry. CBCT Technology, 55 Shikha Rathi and David Hatcher 7 Classification of Alveolar Ridge Defects in Implant Dentistry, 72 Patrick Palacci 8 Alveolar Ridge Augmentation: An Algorithmic Approach, 81 Alan S. Herford, Katina Nguyen, and Ayleen Rojhani Section II: Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR) with Particulate Bone Grafting in Implant Dentistry 9 The Biology of Particulate Bone Grafting in Implant Dentistry: Regenerative Materials of Choice, 93 Richard T. Kao, Mark C. Fagan, and Gregory J. Conte 10 Implant Site Development with Particulate Bone Grafts, 97 Gregory J. Conte, Mark C. Fagan, and Richard T. Kao 11 Horizontal Alveolar Ridge Augmentation Using Titanium Mesh and Particulate Bone Graft for the Treatment of Alveolar Ridge Defects, 107 John F. Eric Hamrick 12 Management of Complications of Guided Bone Regeneration, 120 Mark C. Fagan, Gregory J. Conte, and Richard T. Kao Section III: Autogenous Block Bone Grafting for Horizontal Alveolar Ridge Deficiency 13 Autologous Intraoral Block Bone Grafting for Augmentation of Severe Atrophic Maxilla: Advantages of Combined Therapy, 127 Devorah Schwartz-Arad 14 Autogenous Block Bone Grafting from Extraoral (Distant) Sites for Alveolar Ridge Augmentation: Techniques and Surgical Considerations, 136 Erica L. Shook and A. Thomas Indresano 15 Alternative Intraoral Block Bone Grafting Techniques for Horizontal Alveolar Ridge Augmentation in Implant Dentistry, 153 Part A: Localized Alveolar Ridge Augmentation with Block Allograft, 153 Joseph A. Leonetti and J. Daulton Keith, Jr. Part B: Maxillary Tuberosity Block Bone Graft, 166 Len Tolstunov Section IV: Ridge-Split Procedure for Horizontal Augmentation of the Alveolar Ridge in Implant Dentistry 16 Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, 173 Len Tolstunov 17 Surgical Principles of the Ridge-Split Procedure, 185 Len Tolstunov 18 Mandibular Two-Stage Alveolar Ridge-Split Procedure, 192 Len Tolstunov 19 Maxillary Single-Stage Alveolar Ridge-Split Procedure, 200 Len Tolstunov 20 Advanced Ridge-Split Techniques for an Experienced Practitioner, 207 Len Tolstunov 21 Comparison of Ridge-Split and Block Grafting Techniques for Width-Deficient Alveolar Ridges, 213 Len Tolstunov 22 Alveolar Crest Spreading System for Horizontal Bone Augmentation in Implant Dentistry, 217 Bruno Ella-Nguema 23 Management of Complications of Ridge-Split Procedure and Conclusion (10 Commandments of Success with Ridge-Split Procedure), 226 Len Tolstunov Section V: Alveolar Distraction Osteogenesis for Horizontal Ridge Augmentation in Implant Dentistry 24 Horizontal Alveolar Distraction Osteogenesis: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, 233 Sami A. Nizam II and Shahid Aziz 25 Horizontal Alveolar Distraction and Periosteal Expansion Osteogenesis, 240 Kensuke Yamauchi and Tetsu Takahashi 26 Cortical Bone Repositioning Technique, 253 Kensuke Yamauchi and Tetsu Takahashi 27 Horizontal Alveolar Distraction Osteogenesis: Complications and Their Management, 259 Andrew Yampolsky and Shahid Aziz Section VI: Soft Tissue Grafting for Implant Site Development 28 Soft Tissue Grafting for Implant Site Development: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Esthetic Evaluation, 263 Edgard El Chaar and Sarah Oshman 29 Techniques of Soft Tissue Grafting in Implant Dentistry, 271 Edgard El Chaar and Sarah Oshman 30 Management of Complications of Soft Tissue Grafting in Implant Dentistry, 282 Edgard El Chaar and Sarah Oshman Section VII: Tissue Engineering in Implant Dentistry 31 Alveolar Bone Augmentation via In Situ Tissue Engineering, 297 Robert E. Marx 32 Growth Factors and Alveolar Bone Augmentation, 305 R. Gilbert Triplett, Jay P. Malmquist, and Sterling R. Schow 33 Platelet-Rich Fibrin: Natural and Biologic Blood Concentrate, 314 Joseph Choukroun and Alexandre-Amir Aalam 34 Practical Implications of Stem Cell Technology: Functional Tooth Restoration Using Bioengineered Organ Regeneration and Bio-Hybrid Artificial Organ Replacement, 319 Masamitsu Oshima and Takashi Tsuji Index, 329.
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Horizontal Augmentation of the Alveolar Ridge in Implant Dentistry: A Surgical Manual presents the four main methods of horizontal ridge augmentation in a clinically focused surgical manual. After an introductory section and requirements for dental implants, sections are devoted to each procedure: ridge-split, intraoral onlay block bone grafting, guided bone regeneration, and horizontal distraction osteogenesis. * Chapters written by international experts in each augmentation procedure * Step-by-step instruction for each technique * More than 1,100 clinical photographs and illustrations.
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