The Single-Tooth Implant A Minimally Invasive Approach for Anterior and Posterior Extraction Sockets

The replacement of the single tooth with a dental implant is one of the most common clinical situations practitioners face on a daily basis. While in the past sockets were left untouched for months after tooth extraction before attending to the residual ridge, today it is possible to perform "one surgery, one time," which is a huge benefit to both the patient and clinician alike. Written by two world-class masters, this book begins with a discussion of the history and rationale for anterior and posterior single-tooth implants, and then it walks the reader through the three types of sockets-type 1, type 2, and type 3-and their various indications and limitations. An entire chapter is devoted to clinical management of posterior teeth, followed by a chapter on cementation and impression-making techniques and complications. The final chapter is a clinical case appendix detailing 11 cases of single-tooth replacement in all types of sockets previously described. The protocols showcased in this book will make patient care faster, easier, simpler, more predictable, and, in many cases, less costly.

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Contents
Chapter 1. History and Rationale for Anterior and Posterior Single-Tooth Implants
Chapter 2. Management of Type 1 Extraction Sockets
Chapter 3. Management of Type 2 Extraction Sockets
Chapter 4. Management of Type 3 Extraction Sockets
Chapter 5. Clinical Management of Posterior Teeth
Chapter 6. Important Considerations in Implant Dentistry
Chapter 7. Clinical Case Appendix

Detalles del producto
978-0-86715-771-0

Ficha técnica

Autor
Tarnow, Dennis P. / Chu, Stephen J.
Año de publicación
2019
Nº de páginas
240
Nº de ilustraciones
1.117
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Tapa dura
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Idioma
Inglés
ISBN
978-0-86715-771-0
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