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Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery

Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery

Mohamed A. Maksoud

ISBN: 978-1-119-29016-2

May 2017, Wiley-Blackwell

120 pages

$63.99

Description

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 format
  • Concrete guidelines for common scenarios before, during, and after surgery
  • Numerous charts, tables, checklists, and callouts
  • An abundance of stunning, full-color photographs illustrating key points covered
  • Text boxes containing clinical recommendations to help facilitate quick navigation/li>

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