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Wismeijer/Chen/Buser: Extended Edentulous Spaces in the Esthetic Zone
Wismeijer, Daniel / Chen, Stephen / Buser, Daniel (Ed.)

Extended Edentulous Spaces in the Esthetic Zone

Series: ITI Treatment Guide Series, Volume 06
1st Edition 2013
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 276 pages, 810 images
Language: English
Subjects: Implantology, Prosthodontics

Title-No.: 18821
ISBN 978-3-86867-141-4
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

 86.00 € 
The sixth volume of the ITI Treatment Guide series provides clinical recommendations for implant-supported prosthodontic treatments in patients with multiple missing adjacent teeth in the esthetic zone. The authors review the current literature before detailing the treatment alternatives and procedures based on the scientific and clinical evidence. Special emphasis is given to preoperative evaluation, treatment planning, and assessment of risk factors for the complex indications of the esthetic zone. Descriptions of the surgical and prosthodontic procedures include step-by-step clinical case presentations. Complications of various etiologies are also highlighted with preventive measures as well as clinical cases that document their management.

Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Proceedings of the 3rd and 4th ITI Consensus Conference and Literature Review: Extended Edentulous Spaces in the Esthetic Zone
Chapter 3. Preoperative Evaluation and Treatment Planning
Chapter 4. Surgical Considerations and Treatment Procedures for Extended Spaces in the Esthetic Zone
Chapter 5. Prosthodontic Considerations and Treatment Procedures
Chapter 6. Clinical Case Presentations
Chapter 7. Complications: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment Options
Chapter 8. Conclusions
Chapter 9. References