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Ewers/Lambrecht: Oral Implants
Ewers, Rolf / Lambrecht, J. Thomas (Ed.)

Oral Implants
Bioactivating Concepts

1st Edition 2013
Hardcover, 536 pages, 1.585 images
Language: English
Subjects: Implantology, Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgery, Periodontics

Title-No.: 19631
ISBN 978-1-85097-233-4
Quintessence Publishing, Germany

 248.00 € 
The future of implant surgery is seated in the use of biomaterials and tissue engineering, and this book offers a clear synopsis of research and clinical protocols for this topic. Presented by a distinguished group of international authors and based on 30 years of research, this book informs clinicians about bioactivating concepts from both scientific as well as clinical perspectives. The research findings detail bioactivation of bone morphogenesis and regeneration by bone morphogenetic proteins, biomaterials and bone repair, bone and soft tissue engineering, as well as cellular and subcellular physiology. Clinical chapters focus on intraoral surgical techniques, including step-by-step procedures for hard and soft tissue management for ideal site development and perio-implant prosthetics. This exceptional book provides a comprehensive overview of the use of bioactivating concepts in oral implantology that will both ensure the best possible esthetic and functional results and provide insight into the future of scientific and clinical research.


Chapter 1. Basic Principles
1.1 Cellular and Subcellular Bone Physiology-A. Wutzl
1.1.1 Bone Tissue Engineering-G. Lauer
1.1.2 Bioactivation of Bone Morphogenesis and Regeneration by Bone Morphogenetic Proteins (BMPs)-A.H. Reddi, A. Inui
1.1.3 Bioactive BMP-2 on Nanocrystalline Diamond-Coated Implants-R. Gassner
1.2 Biomaterial and Bone Repair-C. Schopper, D. Moser
1.2.1 Calcium Phosphate Biomaterials-E. Spassova
1.2.2 Augmentation of Material Surfaces-E. Spassova, S. Gintenreiter
1.2.3 Zirconium-J.E. Zöller, H.-J. Nickenig
1.2.4 Load-Related Aspects of Implant Osseointegration-U. Joos, U. Meyer
1.3 Human Gingival (Patho-)Physiology-C. Walter, R. Weiger
1.3.1 Soft Tissue Engineering-G. Lauer

Chapter 2. Clinical Planning
2.1 Patient's Choice-A. Filippi
2.2 Imaging Techniques-D. Dagassan-Berndt, J.T. Lambrecht
2.3 Backward Planning-R. Seemann, R. Ewers
2.4 Platform Switching-Biological Rationale and Clinical Implications-F. Schwarz, J. Becker
2.5 Facial Esthetics Engineering-K. Schicho, M. Truppe
2.5.1 Computer-Guided Implant Placement-M. Truppe, R. Ewers
2.5.2 Template Guided Implant Placement-S. Kühl, R. Seemann
2.6 Timing of Implant Placement and Loading-J.T. Lambrecht
2.7 Short and Narrow Plateaued Implants-V.J. Morgan
2.8 Implant-Abutment Connection-K. Nelson, W.S. Hogg, A. Kirsch

Chapter 3. Bone Regeneration Techniques and Bone Classification-R. Ewers, G. Russmueller
3.0 Introduction-Overview
3.1 Class I: Microanastomosed Free Bone Flaps
3.2 Class II: Distraction Osteogenesis
3.3 Class III: Pedicled Segmented Osteotomy-Inlay Graft
3.4 Class IV: Bone Morphogenic Induction Grafts-BMP
3.5 Class Va: Non-Vascularized Bone Grafts-Onlay Grafts
3.6 Class Vb: Guided Bone Regeneration-G. Russmueller

Chapter 4. Standard Clinical Situations-R. Ewers
4.0 Introduction and Overview
4.1 Single- and Multiple-Tooth Gap in Anterior Region in the Maxilla
4.2 Single- and Multiple-Tooth Gap in Anterior Region in the Mandible
4.3 Lateral Edentulous Gap in the Maxilla
4.4 Lateral Edentulous Gap in the Mandible
4.5 Free-End Situation in the Maxilla
4.6 Free-End Situation in the Mandible
4.7 Edentulous Maxilla
4.8 Edentulous Mandible
4.9 Important Soft Tissue Issues

Chapter 5. Special Techniques
5.1 Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein in Today's Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery-R.E. Marx
5.2 Interim Implants in Combination with Bone Grafting Procedures-F. Khoury
5.3 Flapless Implant Surgery (or not?)-C.M. ten Bruggenkate, E.A.J.M. Schulten
5.4 Pedicled Bone Flaps for Alveolar Reconstruction-O.T. Jensen, N. Casap
5.5 Orthodontic Implants-A Bioactivating View-L. Brauchli, K. Sinko, J.T. Lambrecht
5.6 Intentional Replantation-A. Filippi
5.7 Decoronation-A. Filippi

Chapter 6. Complications
6.1 Complications-Not Mistakes-B.J. Tomasetti
6.2 Material-Linked Complications-C. Foitzik
6.3 Nerve Injuries-S. Kühl, J.T. Lambrecht
6.4 Treatment of Iatrogenic Inferior Alveolar Nerve Injury-G. Bittermann, M. Ermer, R. Schmelzeisen
6.5 Implantogenic Maxillary Sinusitis-J.T. Lambrecht
6.6 Mandibular Lingual Perforation-J.T. Lambrecht
6.7 Drug Related Complications-A. Wutzl
6.8 Radiotherapy-A. Wutzl
6.9 Peri-Implantitis-N.U. Zitzmann, S. Kühl