Proximal Contact Areas of the Maxillary Anterior Dentition
Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT;Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS;Christian F.J. Stappert, DDS, MS, PhD, Priv-Doz;Jocelyn H.-P. Tan, DDS
Intraoral Autogenous Block Onlay Bone Grafting for ExtensiveReconstruction of Atrophic Maxillary Alveolar Ridges
Autologous bone grafting used with dental implants was originally described by Bränemarketal in 1975, and is now a well-accepted procedure in oral and maxillofacial rehabilitation.Placement of an endosseous implant requires sufficient bone volume for complete bone coverage. Furthermore, the pattern of ridge resorption contributes to an unfavorable maxillomandibular relationship, requires angulations of the implants and/or angled abutments, and affects the proximity of adjacent facial concavities(maxillary sinus, nasal cavity) and vital structures(mandibular nerve).
Aesthetic Dentistry: A European Perspective
The objective of this collaboration is to familiarize the American dental community with the concepts and material applications currently in use throughout the European community.
Immediate Custom Implant Provisionalization: A Prosthetic Technique
This article outlines a provisionalization technique that can be performed after traditional healing of the implant site. Upon reading this article, the reader should:
Realize that this technique is also effective when immediate implant loading is not possible.
Become familiar with the benefits of an immediate customized provisional, including duplicating the emergence profile of the extracted tooth.
The Aesthetic Practice - Part 3: The Impossible Possibility
Dr. Larry Rosenthal demonstrates the extraordinary possibilities that are achievable in aesthetic therapy.
Dr. Tom Trinkner on Restorative Dentistry
Dr. Tom Trinkner discusses current treands in restorative dentistry.
Bonding of Ceramic Veneers 2009 – Part 2
State of the art in bonding, maintenance and repair techniques for porcelain veneers.
Tissue Management as a Key to Esthetics Success
This webinar will look at techniques for tissue management that support producing exquisite esthetic results.
Excellence in Esthetic Dentistry
By completing this course you will receive 1 CEU.
Shade & Color in Dentistry
A 5 part course worth 3 CEUs.
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