Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy for Oral Implantology
Anatomical textbooks and atlases often fail to meet the clinical demands of defining intraoperative structures for oral implantologists because of the overwhelmingly detailed minutia. Because certain anatomical landmarks are hard to illustrate in a diagram format, students and professionals can be confused when confronted with actual specimens in the dissecting room or in the operatory. This book, however, shows the structures of the maxilla, the mandible, and the nasal cavity as they actually exist in the dissected or live body, through the presentation of cadaver specimens and clinical cases. Several of the chapters include full-page images of specific cadaver sections with all the relevant anatomical parts labeled for convenience. Cone beam computed tomography images are also presented to show how this technology can be used to measure the bone density, the width of the alveolar ridge, and the exact distance available for implant placement under or above certain anatomical landmarks prior to implant selection. This book will simplify the learning and execution of implant-related surgical procedures in a region of the body that presents special topographic and anatomical difficulties.
Arteries, Veins, and Innervation of the Maxilla and the Mandible • Muscles of Facial Expression and Mastication • Posterior Maxilla • Anterior Maxilla • Posterior Mandible • Anterior Mandible • Bone Density and Adjacent Teeth • Anatomy for Surgical Emergencies • Topographic Anatomy of the Maxilla and the Mandible • Venipuncture
Controversial Issues in Implant Dentistry
Federico Hernández Alfaro
Dental implantology has seen a dramatic shift in the last decade for a variety of reasons including the incorporation of 3D tools for diagnosis and treatment planning, new implant surfaces and designs, bioactive materials, tissue engineering techniques, and minimally invasive surgical procedures. The combined effect of these innovations is a new paradigm of implant dentistry that is already changing the way clinicians treat edentulous patients and improving treatment options. Despite these advances within implantology, questions remain about many new techniques and developing technologies. This book focuses on the dynamic parts of this new paradigm that are still evolving—the controversial topics that are still subject to debate. The author asks pressing questions and provides sound assessments.
Implant Design • Short Implants • Socket Preservation • Immediate Implants •
Software-Guided Surgery • Peri-Implantitis • Guided Bone Regeneration • Biomaterials • The Atrophic Maxilla • Tissue Engineering
264 pp; 575 illus; ©2013; ISBN 978-1-85097-234-1 (B8855); US $168
4D Implant Therapy: Esthetic Considerations for Soft Tissue Management
Akiyashi Funato and
216 pp; 900 illus; ©2011;
ISBN 978-1-85097-201-3 (B9052); US $178
Implantology in General
Oral Implantology Surgical
Just as checklists used in the aviation industry dramatically reduce the incidence of human error and provide higher safety and success margins, implant surgery should start with a thorough presurgery check by the surgeon. Surgeons have relied solely on memory for these checks, but the complexity of the information regarding the procedures today makes it difficult to properly deliver it to patients in a consistent, correct, and safe manner. This checklist booklet outlines the proper sequence for surgical procedures, details the setups for necessary instruments, provides postoperative instructions, and even includes a clear roadmap to follow in emergency scenarios that might be encountered during or after surgery. It offers the implant surgeon a standardized approach to ensure that surgical procedures run smoothly and that an extra margin of safety is respected at all times. A built-in collapsible stand facilitates viewing in the treatment room. Washable pages make this book usable even in sterile environments, and when written on in ballpoint pen, the ink can be easily erased with an alcohol wipe.
Treatment Planning Checklists • Surgical Checklists • Mini-Implant and
Narrow-Platform Implant Checklists • Postoperative Instructions Checklists • Instrumentation Setups for Implant Surgical Procedures Checklists • Emergency Complications Checklists
92 pp (spiral bound); 50 illus; ©2012;
ISBN 978-0-86715-570-9 (B5709); US $68
Glossary of Oral and
Editor-in-Chief: William R. Laney
Atlas of Complications and Failures in Implant Dentistry:
Guidelines for a Therapeutic Approach
Luigi Galasso and Gian Antonio Favero
After nearly three decades of widespread application, implant-prosthetic therapy has been proved to be effective and safe. However, implant treatment modalities cannot be considered entirely free of complications, and there remains a need to reduce the clinical incidence of avoidable errors. Although rare and usually minor, complications in implant dentistry require tested management protocols. The authors detail common complications through clinical case examples and explain the best strategies to optimize treatment outcomes. This practical reference book serves as a guide for diagnosis and treatment of complications and also, more importantly, provides a code of conduct and a philosophy for how to approach complications.
Complications at the Time of Connection • Complications of Immediate Loading • Complications at the Prosthetic Phase • Complications During Follow-Up
340 pp; 705 illus; ©2013; ISBN 978-88-7492-182-9 (B9522); US $328
Surgical Complications in
Oral Implantology: Etiology,
Prevention, and Management
This exceptional book is designed as a self-instruction guide to the diagnosis, management, and prevention of surgery-related complications in implant dentistry. It functions in two ways: First, it is a valuable resource for the implant surgeon seeking practical and succinct information about how to manage a complication in an emergency setting; and second, it can be read from cover to cover as a primer on implant surgery, from the initial consultation and treatment planning through the restorative phase of treatment. Besides addressing pre-, intra-, and postoperative implant surgery complications, the book also includes a comprehensive treatment-
planning protocol that allows for the early detection of potential surgical complications and how to avoid them. Early detection of complications that are
amenable to rescue therapies may reverse the fate of a failing implant or a bone grafting procedure.
Surgical Procedures in Implant Dentistry (DVD)
A perfect companion to the Surgical Manual
of Implant Dentistry, this DVD presents the basic surgical procedures involved in the placement of implants in posterior and anterior sites. In addition to basic implant placement, procedures for simultaneous GBR use and for simultaneous sinus floor elevation via the lateral window and osteotome techniques are featured.
Single-Tooth Implant Placement in the Mandible • Implant Placement in a Distal Extension Situation in the Mandible • Single-Tooth Implant Placement with a Connective Tissue Graft in the Maxilla • Implant Placement with Simultaneous GBR for an Apical Fenestration Defect • Implant Placement with Simultaneous GBR • Implant Placement with Simultaneous Sinus Grafting via the Lateral Window and the Transalveolar Osteotome Techniques
Practical Implant Dentistry: The Science and Art,
Ashok Sethi and Thomas Kaus
The science and art of implant dentistry encompasses both complex surgical protocols and advanced prosthodontics, and no beginner can achieve excellence in this discipline without a clear understanding of the step-by-step guidelines. This established textbook, written by clinicians for clinicians, presents evidence-based protocols and focuses on the technical skill and practical craftsmanship that are essential to predictable outcomes in implant placement, augmentation, and restoration. Detailed clinical algorithms facilitate understanding of the various treatment options available, and checklists ensure that the proper protocol is followed before advancing to the next phase of therapy. Updated throughout, the book now features new sections on the use of cone beam imaging, computer-based diagnostics, and CAD/CAM restorative laboratory procedures. This book provides the perfect introduction to implantology with instruction to advance the skills and extend the clinical scope of every practitioner.
Patient Selection • Assessment • Medical Evaluation and Patient Management • Diagnostic Procedures • Anatomical Variations • Immediate Placement and Computer-Guided Surgery • Delayed Placement • Delayed Loading • Prosthetic Protocols • Bone Expansion • Bone Grafts • Posterior Maxilla • Posterior Mandible • Corrective Soft Tissue Surgery
408 pp; 1,208 illus; ©2013; ISBN 978-1-85097-223-5 (B8853); US $218
Surgical Manual of Implant Dentistry: Step-by-Step
Daniel Buser, Jun-Young Cho, and Alvin B. Yeo
This practical manual describes and illustrates each step of the basic surgical procedures for implant placement. In addition, it presents indications and procedures for guided bone regeneration and for simultaneous sinus floor elevation.
132 pp; 473 illus; ©2007; ISBN 978-0-86715-379-8 (B3798); US $85
ITI Treatment Guide Series
With the broadening of dental treatment options and an increasing number of clinicians who provide implant therapy, it is important to ensure that the treatment methods used meet the highest clinical standards. The ITI Treatment Guide series is a compendium of evidence-based implant-therapy techniques and procedures for daily practice. Written by renowned clinicians and supported by contributions from expert practitioners, the ITI Treatment Guides provide a comprehensive overview of various clinical options. The management of different clinical situations is discussed with an emphasis on sound diagnostics, evidence-based treatment concepts, and predictable treatment outcomes with minimal risk to the patient.
Volume 7—Ridge Augmentation Procedures in Implant Patients:
A Staged Approach
Edited by Daniel Wismeijer, Stephen Chen, and Daniel Buser
Volume 7 provides clinicians with the latest evidence-based information on the techniques and materials used for ridge augmentation. Twelve clinical cases demonstrate the planning and treatment principles required to successfully rehabilitate patients with varying degrees of ridge atrophy.
232 pp; 600 illus (approx); ISBN 978-3-86867-217-6; US $98
Volume 6—Extended Edentulous Spaces in the Esthetic Zone
Edited by Daniel Wismeijer, Stephen Chen, and Daniel Buser
276 pp; 810 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-3-86867-141-4 (B9025); US $98
Volume 5—Sinus Floor Elevation Procedures
Edited by Stephen Chen, Daniel Buser, and Daniel Wismeijer
232 pp; 620 illus; ©2011; ISBN 978-3-938947-18-0 (B9024); US $98
Volume 4—Loading Protocols in Implant Dentistry:
Edited by Daniel Wismeijer, Daniel Buser, and Urs Belser
Volume 3—Implant Placement in Post-Extraction Sites:
Edited by Daniel Buser, Daniel Wismeijer, and Urs Belser
Volume 2—Loading Protocols in Implant Dentistry:
Partially Dentate Patients
Edited by Daniel Wismeijer, Daniel Buser, and Urs Belser
Volume 1—Implant Therapy in the Esthetic Zone:
Edited by Daniel Buser, Urs Belser, and Daniel Wismeijer
ITI Treatment Guide: Sinus Floor Elevation Procedures (DVD-ROM)
Daniel Buser, Dieter Weingart, and Hideaki Katsuyama
This DVD-ROM presents the evidence-based sinus floor elevation protocols outlined in volume 5 of the ITI Treatment Guide series. Five live surgical procedures demonstrate the use of lateral window protocols, simultaneous graft placement, bone harvesting, and piezoelectric surgery as well as the management of complications.
54 min; ©2011; ISBN 978-1-85097-224-2 (C1100); US $98
• Multilingual Edition (English, German, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Chinese); ISBN 978-1-85097-230-3 (C1101); US $98
The SAC Classification in
Edited by Anthony Dawson and Stephen Chen
Since 2003, ITI has recommended the SAC Classification to categorize implant treatment procedures into three levels of difficulty—straightforward, advanced, and complex. In 2007, the ITI organized a conference to standardize the application of the SAC classification, the conclusions of which are presented in this volume.
Implant Therapy, Volume 2: Prosthetics and Maintenance Therapy
Finally, a comprehensive book on the restoration of implants. This second volume on integrated implant therapy provides in-depth analysis of the prosthetic rehabilitation of implant-supported restorations in complex clinical cases, including single-tooth, partially edentulous, and fully edentulous situations. The diagnostic process is examined from a prosthetic perspective and focuses on the use of digital methodologies for recording data for effective esthetic analysis and functional planning. The author discusses the management of biologic and biomechanical complications. Furthermore, this book includes a section on the role of the dental technician through each phase. The pertinent literature is cited throughout to provide the reader with further background awareness, and clinical cases demonstrate both surgical and prosthetic phases.
Esthetic Diagnosis • Functional Diagnosis • Recording and Transferring Diagnostic Data • The Prosthetic Rehabilitation Plan • Alternative Clinical Solutions • Sequencing the Integrated Treatment Plan • The Provisional Phase • Single-Tooth Rehabilitation • The Partially Edentulous Patient • Orthodontics • Maxillofacial Surgery • The Edentulous Patient • Biologic Complications • Biomechanical Complications • Maintenance of Peri-Implant Health
Available Early 2015
Implant Therapy, Volume 1: The Integrated Treatment Plan
The current emphasis on patient-centered medicine necessitates revision of the diagnostic and therapeutic process toward an integrated treatment plan that promotes collaboration among the specialties as well as the patient’s active participation. This text describes how to implement such a treatment plan for patients requiring implant treatment in an area of esthetic and/or functional interest. It begins by assessing the potential risk factors, then delves into the process of constructing a diagnosis, and finally describes stepwise many of the surgical procedures currently in use. Also provided are laminated decision-making algorithms, most with illustrations, for situations such as an atrophic posterior maxilla, immediate or early implant placement, horizontal and vertical bone defects, and soft tissue management in implant surgery.
The Integrated Treatment Plan • Systemic and Local Risk Factors • Diagnosis • Presurgical Preparation • Postextraction Implant Placement and Timing • Surgical Alternatives to Bone Reconstruction Procedures • Bone Defect Reconstruction • Maxillary Sinus Surgery • Peri-Implant Soft Tissue Management • Peri-Implant Plastic Surgery
792 pp; 1,560 illus; ©2013; ISBN 978-88-7492-170-6 (B9518); US $360
20 Years of Guided Bone Regeneration in Implant
Dentistry, Second Edition
Edited by Daniel Buser
This completely revised and updated edition brings the reader up-to-date on the developments in GBR over the past 20 years. Each chapter presents specific indications and describes the criteria for patient selection, the step-by-step surgical procedure, and aspects of postoperative treatment.
272 pp; 615 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-0-86715-401-6 (B4016); US $135
This four-volume DVD-ROM compendium follows four separate dental restoration teams as they work together to treatment plan and fabricate functional and esthetic implant-supported restorations.
©2012; US $84 each
Special 4-volume set price (M3012): US $315
Implant Placement with Simultaneous GBR (DVD)
This DVD features seven live surgical procedures in various clinical situations performed by the author. Each narrated video demonstrates the surgical procedures, step-by-step. A must-have resource for all clinicians interested in GBR use in implant dentistry.
Single Tooth Replacement in the Anterior Maxilla with Simultaneous Contour Augmentation • Single Tooth Replacement of a First Premolar in the Maxilla with Simultaneous GBR • Single Tooth Replacement in the Anterior Maxilla with GBR and Simultaneous Coverage of a Gingival Recession with a Connective Tissue Graft • Placement of Two Adjacent Implants with Simultaneous GBR to Replace Two Central Incisors in the Maxilla • Implant Placement in an Extended Edentulous Space in the Maxilla with Simultaneous Contour Augmentation • Implant Placement with GBR in Postextraction Premolar Sites of the Mandible • Surgical Handling of an Implant Failure with Severe Bone Loss in the Esthetic Zone
Sinus Floor Elevation: Avoiding Pitfalls Using Cone-Beam CT
The only way to ensure a good treatment outcome is to avoid pitfalls through careful evaluation and diagnosis. This book explores the issues that may be encountered by clinicians during sinus floor elevation and how to avoid complications. The author demonstrates the necessity of preoperative CBCT imaging for every case and discusses the efficacy and pitfalls of both the lateral window and the osteotome techniques. The many case presentations show diverse pathologic findings, such as the treatment of maxillary sinusitis, mucous retention cysts, and apical lesions, as well as solutions for situations with difficulties due to the presence of the alveolar artery and septa. This book provides effective techniques for sinus floor elevation to guide clinicians to a successful, complication-free outcome.
The Maxillary Sinus and Membrane • CBCT Imaging • The Lateral Window Technique • Pitfalls of the Lateral Window Technique • The Osteotome Technique • Pitfalls of the Osteotome Technique
120 pp; 806 illus; ISBN 978-1-85097-265-5; US $120
The Percrestal Sinuslift—
From Illusion to Reality
Transcrestal sinus floor elevation has become an increasingly popular procedure, particularly with the introduction of innovations targeted at minimally invasive techniques. This book is intended to alert the reader to the shortcomings of some accepted techniques of transcrestal sinus floor elevation and provide a blueprint to help develop a surgical protocol that meets the general medical standards of a minimally invasive procedure. The author builds a careful case through a critical review of pertinent anatomy, biologic considerations, biomechanics, and generally accepted procedures before elucidating the key elements needed for successful sinus elevation, including radiologic evaluation, preoperative work-ups, transcrestal osteotomy techniques, methods of sinus augmentation, use of technologic innovation, and management of complications. The accompanying DVD-ROM includes surgery footage documenting the percrestal sinuslift using the gel pressure technique. An indispensible book for implant surgeons.
244 pp; 494 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-1-85097-222-8 (B9068); US $168
Maxillary Sinus Surgery and Alternatives in Treatment
Tiziano Testori, Massimo Del
Fabbro, Roberto Weinstein, and
The authors of this book have created an up-to-date text that brings together the most recent scientific discoveries and innovative clinical protocols for maxillary sinus augmentation as well as alternatives to these techniques. The book begins with anatomy, otorhinolaryngologic implications, and bone healing, then progresses to diagnostic, surgical, and patient-monitoring phases. An invaluable resource for both students and professional clinical experts.
380 pp; 409 illus; ©2009; ISBN 978-1-85097-170-2 (B9032); US $258
Oral Implants: Bioactivating Concepts
Edited by Rolf Ewers and
J. Thomas Lambrecht
This book informs clinicians about the
latest techniques and innovations in dental implant research. The authors discuss the bioactivating concepts from 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 bone augmentation. This exceptional book provides a comprehensive overview of the use of bioactivating concepts in oral implantology and provides insight into the future of scientific and clinical research.
536 pp; 1,585 illus; ©2013; ISBN 978-1-85097-233-4 (B9073); US $328
The Sinus Bone Graft,
Edited by Ole T. Jensen
This completely revised and expanded edition offers recommendations concerning all aspects of sinus bone grafting procedures. Written for the uninitiated as well as the experienced clinician, the book guides readers through the maze of new materials and techniques. It also explores the future prospects for genetic engineering and other gene-based therapies.
384 pp; 735 illus; ©2006;
ISBN 978-0-86715-455-9 (B4551); $180 US $120
The Osseointegration Book: From Calvarium to Calcaneus
Edited by Per-Ingvar Brånemark et al
512 pp; 1,200 illus; ©2005;
ISBN 978-1-85097-090-3 (B9018); US $298
Osseointegration and Multidisciplinary Treatment
Edited by Carlos
354 pp; 1,000 illus; ©2008;
ISBN 978-85-87425-76-8 (B9990); US $160
Proceedings of the First P-I Brånemark Scientific Symposium, Gothenburg 2009
Edited by Robert Gottlander et al
395 pp; 536 illus; ©2010;
ISBN 978-1-85097-207-5 (B9063);
Quintessence Dental Implant Logbook
This convenient logbook allows you to keep track of the details of every implant that you place. Each book contains space for over 500 patient entries (2,000 implants or more) and tracks the most important information:
• Patient name/chart no.
• Implant location and size
• Initial stability
• Procedures followed
• Recommended restoration
• Implant manufacturer
• Bone grafting procedures
• Healing abutments
• Recommended healing period
• 6-month and 12-month follow-ups
This book is beautifully crafted with a durable leather-like vinyl cover and includes additional sections at the back for recording details of completed implant continuing education courses, selected contact information, and additional notes.
240 pp; ©2013; ISBN 978-0-86715-602-7 (B6027); US $48
Stefan Renvert and Jean-Louis Giovannoli
This book positions peri-implantology as an emerging discipline and provides a comprehensive discourse on the etiology, clinical features, and diagnosis of peri-implantitis and implant mucositis. Based on more than a decade of dedicated research and clinical focus on peri-implantology, this book presents predictable surgical and nonsurgical protocols that go beyond the current treatment guidelines that were largely adapted from therapies for periodontal disease. The authors summarize the current research on peri-implantitis and outline the steps for effective early diagnosis. By focusing on identifying the multiple risk factors, the authors provide an effective paradigm for preventing peri-implant infection in everyday practice.
272 pp; 1,197 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-2-912550-98-9 (B9311); US $228
Peri-Implant Infection: Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment
Frank Schwarz and Jürgen Becker
The authors provide a clear description of peri-implant tissue anatomy and structure as well as treatment options for peri-implantitis. This book offers a comprehensive and critical introduction to successful management of peri-implantitis, including nonsurgical therapies, antimicrobial and antiphlogistic treatments, and surgical procedures.
272 pp; 510 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-1-85097-193-1 (B9050); US $220
Immediate Implant Placement in the Esthetic Zone (DVD)
This lecture uses scientific and clinical perspectives to elucidate how gingiva responds to immediate versus delayed implant placement. The key points for achieving optimal gingival esthetics are discussed.
53 min; ©2011;(C3106); US $149
Soft Tissue and Esthetic Considerations in Implant Therapy
Anthony G. Sclar
This book presents specific surgical maneuvers for managing peri-implant soft tissues, the surgical and prosthetic protocols for preserving the natural hard and soft tissue anatomy, soft tissue grafting techniques for augmenting attached tissues, and an innovative technique for reconstructing defects in the anterior maxillary area.
292 pp; 1,257 illus; ©2003;
ISBN 978-0-86715-354-5 (B3547);
Vascularized Interpositional Periosteal–Connective
Tissue (VIP-CT) Flap (DVD)
Anthony G. Sclar
This educational DVD includes step-by-step descriptions, illustrations and animations, live-video presentations narrated by the author as he performs the surgery, and 5-year long-term results. Extraordinary close-up video will make you feel like you are part of the surgical team.
©2006; (C0250); US $229
The Art of Computer-Guided Implantology
Edited by Philippe B. Tardieu
and Alan L. Rosenfeld
This timely book simplifies implant delivery through specialized scanning appliances that are used to transfer prosthetically relevant information to the CT study, giving clinicians the means to develop a prosthetically directed surgical treatment plan and a surgical template. Readers will benefit from the knowledge imparted by clinicians and researchers with years of experience in computer-guided implant placement.
240 pp; 741 illus; ©2009; ISBN 978-0-86715-477-1 (B4771); US $148
Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration: Immediate-Loaded Implants
in Compromised Alveolar Sockets
Edited by José Carlos Martins da Rosa
Immediate dentoalveolar restoration (IDR) is a treatment modality for immediate loading of single-tooth dental implants in fresh extraction sockets. This textbook provides a comprehensive step-by-step presentation of the IDR procedures and detailed clinical cases showing IDR used in various clinical situations. IDR reduces the number of interventions by integrating reconstruction of any tissue loss during the same visit as the implant placement and provisional crown fabrication. Predictability of the esthetics is ensured through careful esthetic assessment and use of advanced prosthetic techniques, including platform switching and contouring of the emergence profile. The minimally invasive techniques that are central to IDR are featured throughout. In addition, the authors cover the most important adjunctive topics, such as immediate loading, use of the maxillary tuberosity for bone grafts, and esthetic restoration.
372 pp; 800 illus (approx); US $228
The Anatomy Guided Approach
Edited by Carlos Aparicio
Zygomatic implants are only now seeing a strong resurgence of interest because they can provide patients with a fixed dentition in a short amount of time without any grafts, general anesthesia, or morbidity from a donor site, even in challenging clinical situations. Thus, a technique of relative complexity becomes minimally invasive in its application. This book reviews the state of the art of zygomatic implants and outlines several new surgical techniques and adjunctive procedures. The authors cover the fundamentals of using zygomatic implants, including the rationale behind the approach, anatomical and biomechanical considerations, imaging of the zygoma, possible sinus reactions, contraindications, prosthodontic considerations, and management of complications. This book will arm clinicians with clear guidelines for using zygomatic implants in the rehabilitation of edentulous patients.
280 pp; 562 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-1-85097-225-9 (B8852); US $168
Advanced Implant Therapy: Volume 1
Sascha A. Jovanovic
This volume features seven surgical procedures: immediate tooth replacement and restoration, palatal connective tissue harvest and soft tissue augmentation, ramus bone harvest with trephine technique, block bone grafting in the posterior mandible with implant placement, scalloped implant placement with simultaneous GBR, oral plastic surgery, and restoration.
75 min; ©2011; (C3108); English, French, Russian, German, Japanese; US $139
Immediate Loading: A New Era in Oral Implantology
Edited by Tiziano Testori, Fabio Galli, and Massimo Del Fabbro
This book synthesizes all the considerations that affect immediate loading protocols, first explaining the biology that underpins the innovate strategy and systematically moving through all the stages of the process, from the presurgical diagnosis to the posttreatment management of the patient. The authors emphasize the importance of the prosthetic-implant team working as a unit, demonstrating that only through close collaboration among specialists can a high degree of predictability and success be achieved. This book offers the most precise, reliable, and updated information currently available on the subject.
586 pp; 960 illus; ©2010; ISBN 978-1-85097-202-0 (B9053); US $328
Georgios E. Romanos
This expert guide presents the research and state-of-the-art protocols for advanced immediate loading of dental implants. The most advanced immediate loading procedures, including immediate implant placement in grafted bone, management of immunocompromised patients, and simultaneous sinus elevation and implant placement with immediate functional loading, are similarly explained and demonstrated through compelling case examples.
192 pp; 617 illus; ©2012;
ISBN 978-0-86715-4917 (B4917); US $148
Immediate Loading of Dental Implants:
Theory and Clinical Practice
Mithridade Davarpanah et al
368 pp; 750 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-2-91255-050-7 (B9309); US $275
308 pp; 1,594 illus; ©2012;
ISBN 978-1-85097-216-7 (B8851); US $228
Immediate Restorations with a Reduced Number of Implants: Conceptual Background and Clinical Results
Georg Bayer et al
128 pp; 310 illus; ©2012;
ISBN 978-1-85097-217-4 (B9066); US $98
Immediate Function & Esthetics in Implant Dentistry
Edited by Peter Moy et al
120 pp; 334 illus; ©2009;
ISBN 978-1-85097-173-3 (B9027); US $98
DVD Compendium (DVD-ROMs)
Minimally Invasive Treatment Concepts in Periodontics and Implant Dentistry
Wolfgang Bolz, Hannes Wachtel, Markus Hürzeler, and Otto Zuhr
The DVD Compendium is an impressive demonstration on 15 DVDs of the broad spectrum of minimally invasive therapeutic concepts in periodontics and implantology, presented by recognized specialists in the various fields in original live video recordings. Basic principles, clinical management, treatment techniques, materials, and preoperative preparations are covered exhaustively with live commentary. These DVDs provide state-of-the-art advanced training.
Maxillary Tissue Thickening • Lateral Window Sinus Floor Elevation with Simultaneous Implant Insertion • Piezosurgery • Implant Insertion in Extraction Socket with Lateral Augmentation Using Autogenous Bone and Bio-Oss (Extension Flap) • Second-Stage Implant Surgery in Maxilla and Mandible with Split-Thickness Flap and Free Mucosal Graft • Implant Insertion with Internal Sinus Floor Elevation (Summer Technique) • Alveolar Ridge Augmentation with Palatal Connective Tissue Graft • Recession Coverage with Coronally Advanced Flap • The Apically Repositioned Flap • Esthetic Crown-Lengthening Procedure • Papilla Augmentation Procedure • GTR with Double Split-Thickness Flap, Emdogain, and Autogenous Bone • Simple Implant Placement in the Posterior Mandible • Single Implant Placement in the Posterior Mandible • Single Recession Defect • Soft Tissue Augmentation in the Mandible • The Access Flap with the Enamel Matrix Protein Emdogain
945 min; ©2013; (C1212); US $398
Remodeling: Scientific Background and Clinical Implications
Edited by Luigi Canullo, Roberto
Cocchetto, and Ignazio Loi
This textbook covers advanced concepts in platform switching, immediate implant placement, and the use of piezoelectric surgery for implant osteotomies. Flap design and peri-implant tissue stability are discussed in relation to gingival biotypes and biologic width. Minimally invasive implant site preparation using piezoelectric surgical techniques is presented in combination with platform switching. Subsequent chapters address implant-abutment connection configurations and peri-implant bone remodeling as well as preparation design, finish lines, emergence profiles, and the shoulderless abutment. Bringing all of these concepts together, a comprehensive minimally invasive prosthetic protocol is presented with clinical cases.
166 pp; 488 illus; ©2012; ISBN 978-88-7492-166-9 (B9517); US $188
Advanced Implant Therapy: Volume 2, Ridge Augmentation (DVD)
Sascha A. Jovanovic
This DVD features four clinical patient cases with a total of nine procedures performed over the course of the patients’ treatment: horizontal bone augmentation, vertical bone augmentation, chin bone harvest, distraction osteogenesis, implant placement in grafted bone, GBR with simultaneous implant placement, membrane removal, and mucogingival surgery.
DVD; 110 min; ©2011; (C3109); English,
Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, Russian; US $139
Fundamentals of Implant Dentistry (Two Volumes)
John Beumer III, Peter K. Moy, and Robert R. Faulkner, et al
Written by a group of prominent and highly respected surgeons and prosthodontists, this groundbreaking two-volume set will become the definitive textbook and desk reference for dental students and practitioners alike. Volume I, Surgical Principles and Procedures, covers the biologic basis of osseointegration, treatment planning and diagnosis, one- and two-stage placement protocols, hard and soft tissue augmentation procedures, special considerations for the esthetic zone, and management of surgical complications. Volume II, Prosthodontic Principles and Procedures, includes chapters on overdentures and fixed prostheses for the treatment of fully edentulous patients, partially edentulous patients; restoring single- and multiple-tooth defects in the esthetic zone; special considerations for placing implants in growing children and in irradiated tissues; and treatment protocols for implant and orthodontic therapy.
Available Early 2015
Dental Implant Restoration: Principles and Procedures
Stuart H. Jacobs and
Brian C. O’Connell
This concise and easy-to-follow guide provides a basic understanding of the fundamental principles of implant dentistry and prepares the clinician to lead the treatment team through the stages of restoration to produce an esthetic and functional result. The first part provides an overview of implants and their components, the theory of osseointegration, and a guide to patient diagnosis and treatment planning. The second part consists of effective clinical protocols for simple implant restoration using techniques that are currently available and commonly used. This book is an ideal starting point for students and practitioners new to implant dentistry.
288 pp; 698 illus; ©2011; ISBN 978-1-85097-101-6 (B8842); US $148
Byung-Ho Choi et al
344 pp; 1,306 illus; ©2010;
ISBN 978-1-85097-195-5 (B9060);
Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone
Edited by Georg Watzek
188 pp; 145 illus; ©2004;
ISBN 978-1-85097-050-7 (B8825); US $96
Bone Grafting in Oral Implantology:
Federico Hernández Alfaro