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Happe/Körner: Implantology
Happe, Arndt / Körner, Gerd

Implantology
Implants in the Esthetic Zone

1st Edition
expected publication: 09/2019
Book
Hardcover, approx. 480 pages, approx. 1.430 images
Language: English
Subjects: Aesthetics, Implantology, Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgery, Periodontics

Title-No.: 14991
ISBN 978-0-86715-822-9
Quintessence Publishing, USA

Publication in preparation.

Implant restoration in the anterior region represents a particular challenge for dentists because even the most functional implant cannot be considered a success if the patient is still unhappy with their smile. Attention must be given to ensuring a high survival rate and a low complication rate, without sacrificing esthetics. In this book, the authors pass on their experience based on well-documented clinical cases and discuss all relevant aspects from the biologic basics and planning to surgery to prosthetic restoration in this challenging area. Modern microsurgical procedures for the augmentation of hard and soft tissue and plastic periodontal surgery are a special focus. Through numerous clinical photographs and schematic drawings, each procedure, whether simple or complex, is reproduced in comprehensive detail.

Contents
• Requirements
• Microsurgery
• Immediate Placement in Esthetic Zone
• Implant Position, Planning, and Analysis
• Tooth Versus Implant
• Adjacent Implants
• Soft Tissue Augmentation
• Bone Augmentation
• Abutments
• Suprastructure and Peri-implant Interface
• Complications