Treatment Planning 2000: An Esthetically Oriented Revision of the Original Implant Protocol
David Garber, DMD;Maurice Salama, DMD;Henry Salama, DMD;Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT;Te-Fu Li, DMD
Aesthetic Enhancement of Anterior Dental Implants with the Use of Tapered Osteotomes and Soft Tissue Manipulation
As osseointegration of endosseous dental implants has become predictable and well-documented, the emphasis in dental- implant treatment has shifted from functional concerns to the achievement of long-term aesthetic results. An adequate alveolar bone base is the prerequisite for functional and aesthetically optimal reconstruction of the soft-tissue architecture. This is true for both fixed partial denture (FPD) pontic sites and dental implant sites. In patients with sufficient bone height but insufficient bone…
Instrumentation for Modern Day Implant Surgery
Public awareness of the aesthetic possibilities through the replacement of missing or nonsalvageable teeth has been elevated with advances in dental implant therapy and related hard and soft tissue regenerative therapies. This has led to an increase in the fabrication of fixed prostheses supported by either natural teeth, dental implants, or removable prostheses anchored by implants rather than conventional tissue- or tooth-supported partial dentures.
Influence of a Nanometer-Scale Surface Enhancement on De Novo Bone Formation on Titanium Implants
In this prospective randomized controlled clinical study, small titanium implants were placed in posterior maxillae for the purpose of assessing the rate and extent of new bone development. Nine pairs of site evaluation implants were placed in posterior areas of maxillae and retrieved with trephine drills after 4 or 8 weeks of unloaded healing. The amount of bone in linear contact (%) with the implant surface was used to determine the osteoconductive potential of the implant surface. Implant surfaces…
Implant Treatment Planning Basics for the General Practioner
Dr. Michael Tischler presents the important diagnostic and treatment planning basics for clinicians interested in incorporating comprehensive implant therapy into their practice.
Orthodontics & Micro-Implants: Clinical Cases - Molar Intrusion
The use of micro implants in the new biomechanics of orthodontic treatment.
Narrow Diameter Implants - Part 2
The pre-operative treatment planning and preparation for the successful utilization of narrow diameter implants.
Treatment Planning in Implant Dentistry
By completing this course you will receive 1 CEU.
Simplification of the Complex Case - Restorative Efficiencies
Contemporary implant dentistry relies on a proper diagnosis, astute treatment planning with an interdisciplinary team. Vision, communication and execution are indispensable for a long term healthy esthetic outcome.
Revolutionary Dental Implant Material Technology: Trabecular Metal
This webinar will highlight, in detail, this new implant surface technology, related literature, as well as its enhancing effect on current clinical implant protocols.
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