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Beumer III/Faulkner/Shah et al.: Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry
Beumer III, John / Faulkner, Robert F. / Shah, Kumar C. / Moy, Peter K.

Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry
Volume 1: Prosthodontic Principles

1st Edition 2015
Hardcover, 22 x 28,5 cm, 456 pages, 1.105 images
Language: English
Subjects: Implantology, Prosthodontics

Title-No.: 16091
ISBN 978-0-86715-585-3
Quintessence Publishing, USA

 168.00 € 
It is now generally recognized that implant dentistry is driven by the prosthodontic needs of the patient, and so it is fitting that the first book of the two-volume Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry series focuses on the design and fabrication of implantretained prostheses. The authors of this definitive textbook cover the full range of restorative treatment options for edentulous and partially edentulous situations, from relatively simple problems that can be handled by a solo practitioner to those with substantial prosthodontic complexities, periodontal compromise of existing dentition, and significant bone and soft tissue defects. Throughout, the authors emphasize the importance of an interdisciplinary approach and demonstrate how it encourages the best results, particularly when restoring partially edentulous patients. The text covers the latest innovations in diagnostic evaluation, surgical procedures, and the methods and materials used to fabricate prostheses, including the use of CAD/CAM technologies. The authors also address special and sometimes controversial topics in implant dentistry, including the use of implants in irradiated patients and in growing children as well as the symbiotic relationship between orthodontics and osseointegration. Lastly, readers will appreciate the illustrated glossary of terms. This groundbreaking work provides the kind of unrivaled insight that can ensure the highest degree of clinical success in prosthetic restoration, and it is destined to become the definitive textbook and desk reference for dental students and practitioners alike.

Section I. Introduction and Biologic Basis
Chapter 01. History and Biologic Foundations
Chapter 02. Osseointegration and Its Maintenance

Section II. Restoration of Edentulous Patients
Chapter 03. Edentulous Patients: Patterns of Bone Resorption and Clinical Outcomes with Implants
Chapter 04. Restoration of Edentulous Mandibles with Overdentures
Chapter 05. Restoration of Edentulous Mandibles with Fixed Prostheses
Chapter 06. Restoration of Edentulous Maxillae with Overdentures
Chapter 07. Restoration of Edentulous Maxillae with Fixed Prostheses

Section III. Restoration of Partially Edentulous Patients
Chapter 08. Restoration of the Posterior Quadrants of Partially Edentulous Patients: Patient Selection and Treatment Planning
Chapter 09. Restoration of the Posterior Quadrants of Partially Edentulous Patients: Examination and Prosthodontic Procedures
Chapter 10. Restoration of Multiple-Tooth Defects in the Esthetic Zone
Chapter 11. Restoration of Single-Tooth Defects in the Esthetic Zone

Section IV. Special Topics
Chapter 12. Implants and Removable Partial Dentures
Chapter 13. Implants for the Growing Child
Chapter 14. Implants in Irradiated Tissues
Chapter 15. Implants and Orthodontics: A Symbiotic Partnership