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The Art of Occlusal and Esthetic Waxing

Abdalla, Rowida

This book is a concise but comprehensive guide for understanding the basic principles of occlusion and esthetics that are necessary to perfect wax-ups on mounted casts. The author defines important occlusal terminology and describes tooth morphology with a focus on how these features affect function. The esthetic principles that affect smile design and are important for achieving harmony are also discussed. The second half of this book provides an overview of the waxing armamentarium and step-by-step waxing instructions for maxillary and mandibular molars in occlusion as well as esthetic wax-ups. With useful photographs and illustrations throughout, The Art of Occlusal and Esthetic Waxing has the practical information that will help readers perfect their wax-ups and understand the significance of morphological features on proper function.
Contents
Introduction to Occlusion • Principles of Esthetics • The Dental Articulator • Waxing Mandibular Molars in Occlusion • Waxing Maxillary Molars in Occlusion • Esthetic Wax-Ups

ISBN 978-0-86715-811-3
Expected Spring 2019
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Cell-to-Cell Communication: Volume 6—Peri-implantitis and Its Prevention (DVD-ROM)

Jepsen, Sψren; Berglundh, Tord; Stadlinger, Bernd; Terheyden, Hendrik

This new 3D movie visualizes the intercellular processes that are involved as peri-implant tissue transitions from health to mucositis, from mucositis to peri-implantitis, and finally back to health. This sophisticated HD animation successfully conveys the essentials of cell-to-cell communication, visualizing the invisible yet fascinating world of signals and signaling within the human body.
ISBN 978-1-78698-021-2
Expected Spring 2019
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Bleaching: Professional Tooth Whitening with Light (DVD-ROM)

Sader, Robert; Reusch, Dieter; Kann, Michael

Long-term tooth whitening is achievable when it is performed by trained dental staff, closely supervised by a knowledgeable dentist, and supported by good at-home oral care. This DVD is a great refresher for office staff. It presents the causes of tooth discoloration, explains the differences between cosmetic and medical tooth whitening, illustrates the physical principles through 3D animation, and visualizes the step-by-step workflow of a tooth whitening procedure. In addition, a team of experts provides answers on how to consistently achieve long-term success in tooth whitening and explores some of the associated risks. They also reflect on the current science as well as legal and economic considerations. The accompanying booklet outlines the materials used and includes a checklist of information to capture in patient medical and dental histories and the initial consultation.
21 min.; ISBN ISBN 978-3-86867-415-6
Expected Spring 2019
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Digital Workflow in Reconstructive Dentistry

Att, Wael; Witkowski, Siegbert; Strub, Jφrg R.

The aim of this book is to build a fundamental understanding of the general scientific and clinical principles of digital dentistry. The authors summarize the components of the digital workflow in reconstructive dentistry and discuss their advantages and disadvantages, from scanner types and radiographic imaging to CAD/CAM and virtual registration, mounting, and articulation. By reading this book, clinicians will enhance their knowledge about digital dentistry and identify opportunities to integrate the currently available technologies in their daily work. The book also provides insights on upcoming game-changing technologies and the future of digital technology in dentistry.
Contents
Intraoral Scanners • Laboratory Desktop Scanners • Optical Face Scanners • Digital Radiographic Imaging • Virtual Registration, Mounting, and Articulation • Digital Assessment Tools • Computer-Guided Implant Planning and Surgery • CAD/CAM Materials • Digital-Assisted Fabrication • Case Presentations • Future Perspectives

ISBN 978-1-78698-025-0
Expected Spring 2019
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Practical Manual of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Surgery, Second Edition

Renata Cimυes, Estela Santos Gusmγo, Nikos Donos

The purpose of this book is to help clinicians understand the latest surgical periodontic protocols. The authors provide a complete overview of the most essential information, including types of incisions and flaps, suture techniques, resection surgery, techniques for root coverage, correction of edentulous alveolar crests, vestibuloplasty, esthetic peri-implant plastic surgery, modalities for papillae formation, maxillary sinus floor elevation, and alveolar ridge preservation. This manual translates the complex execution of periodontal and peri-implant surgery into simple discourse, and the beautiful 3D illustrations clarify the critical technical details step by step. The result is a practical book that will enrich clinical practice and optimize patient treatment.
Contents
Incisions and Flaps in Periodontal and Peri-implant Surgery • Suture Techniques for Periodontal and Peri-implant Surgery • Resection Surgery • Use of Grafts for Root Covering • Surgical Techniques for Correcting Edentulous Alveolar Crest Defects • Surgeries for Vestibular Deepening • Preparation of the Peri-implant Tissues • Surgical Techniques for Reconstructions of Papillae • Maxillary Sinus Lift • Alveolar Ridge Preservation

384 pp; 720 illus; ISBN 978-1-78698-002-1 (B9098)

Expected Spring 2019
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Atlas of Periodontology and Implant Therapy

Antonio Carrassi, Pierpaolo Cortellini, Leonardo Trombelli

Developed under the guidance of the Italian Society of Periodontology and Implantology (SIdP) and with the collaboration of many of its most esteemed members, this two-volume book provides concrete recommendations to all dentists who want to incorporate the most important new research into clinical practice. As a comprehensive reference for effective patient treatment, this book facilitates the application of correct periodontal, implant, and restorative therapies as well as the prevention of complications.

Expected Spring 2019
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Illustrated Guide to Collagen Induction with Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP)

Kolster, Bernard C.; Paasch, Uwe

This illustrated guide teaches practitioners how to perform PRP treatments in esthetic medicine. Striking photographic case histories demonstrate the possibilities and limitations of this method. Also included in this book are comprehensive templates for collecting patient information, documenting the treatment, and billing.

ISBN 978-1-78698-029-8
Available Spring 2019
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Dermal Fillers for Facial Harmony

Flαvio, Altamiro

In our esthetics-obsessed culture, patients are becoming more aware and demanding of dermal filler treatments. Yet all too often we hear news stories of botched procedures or anesthesia gone wrong. This book walks you through how to incorporate dermal fillers into your clinical armamentarium, starting with the basic characteristics of the materials and advancing to the injection techniques and clinical indications for their use. The author includes such fine detail as whether to use a needle versus a cannula and why you must understand the precise tissue layers of the face in order to effectively deliver this nuanced treatment. In step with its sister volume, Botulinum Toxin for Facial Harmony, the book focuses on facial analysis as a crucial step in determining appropriate treatment, a philosophy that is carried through the entire book. An entire chapter is devoted to clinical cases illustrating the various facial regions and their appropriate filler applications, clearly demonstrating how to use the techniques presented to optimize esthetics and facial harmony.
Contents
Characteristics of Fillers • Facial Analysis for Dermal Filler Injections • Anesthesia • Clinical Cases

ISBN 978-0-86715-821-2
Available Spring 2019
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Laminate Veneer: 20 Recipes for Smile Design

Koubi, Stefen

While materials and techniques for creating beautiful indirect restorations are widely available, literature specifically applying these concepts to laminate veneers is lacking. This clinical handbook fills that gap by providing 20 simplified techniques that will enable dentists to obtain impressive results in every clinical situation using laminate veneers. Each technique is described step by step and beautifully illustrated, with digitally available clinical videos adding an interactive and engaging layer to the educational experience. All of the techniques in this book have three important things in common: they are feasible, they are teachable, and they are repeatable, making this book a practical and accessible guide for any clinician interested in providing minimally invasive esthetic treatment to their patients in the form of laminate veneers.
Contents
Basic Principles • The Ingredients • The No-Prep Approach • Design Failure • Black Holes and Diastemata • Veneers and Periodontal Recession • Dyschromia • Superwhite • Malpositions • Orthodontic Considerations • Congenitally Missing Lateral Incisors • Mixed Restoration Veneer/Crown • Implant Considerations • Veneers and Wear • Digital Considerations

ISBN 978-2-36615-055-1
Expected June 2019
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Bone Augmentation in Implant Dentistry

Pikos, Michael A.; with Miron, Richard J

This textbook presents cases from the author’s 35-year practice to show the successes and failures of various treatment approaches and protocols. Early chapters discuss the relevant biomaterials and instruments utilized for bone augmentation protocols. Surgical chapters dedicated to extraction socket management, alveolar ridge augmentation, and sinus grafting follow, each chapter detailing specific indications and patient selection criteria as well as step-by-step surgical procedures, aspects of postoperative treatment, and complications. The final chapter focuses on full-arch reconstruction using fully guided immediate reconstruction protocols. The author’s teaching institute is credited with preparing some of the world’s best clinicians, and this book will pave the way for countless more.
Contents
Instrumentation • Membranes, Grafting Materials, and Growth Factors • Extraction Site • Alveolar Ridge Augmentation • Sinus Grafting • Full-Arch Reconstruction

ISBN 978-0-86715-825-0
Expected June 2019
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Implantology: Implants in the Esthetic Zone

Happe, Arndt; Kφrner, Gerd

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

978-0-86715-822-9
Expected Summer 2019
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ITI Treatment Guide, Vol 11; Digital Technologies for Oral Implantology

German Gallucci, Chris Evans, Ali Tahmaseb

This volume explores advancements of digital dental technology (DDT). The book begins by addressing the technology and tools necessary to incorporate DDT into a traditional workflow, along with the clinical steps required for data acquisition, such as imaging through CBCT, intraoral and extraoral scanning, and facial scanning. The software tools needed to interpret the digital data are also presented, and instructions on how to integrate data sets to virtually reconstruct the patient’s orofacial anatomy are given. This volume will help clinicians access the state of the art by evaluating current implant-prosthodontic protocols and identifying ways in which DDT can streamline workflows to achieve more predictable results.

Expected Summer 2019
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Full-Arch Implant Rehabilitation

Garg, Arun

The full-arch implant rehabilitation (FAIR) protocol is one of the newest implant therapy innovations to treat the edentulous or nearly edentulous patient. The FAIR prosthesis is immediate, fixed, esthetically pleasing, highly functional, inexpensive, and maintainable, and it can frequently be installed without bone grafting. This book describes how the FAIR protocol works, who it should be used for, and methods to implement it successfully for different patients. The system can be used in both arches and in patients with total or near-total edentulism. Several chapters are devoted to describing step-by-step treatment with detailed clinical photographs documenting every step from initial assessment to prosthesis delivery. Even those new to fixed partial denture systems will find the procedures easy to follow and can begin implementing the FAIR approach for their patients.
Contents
History of Tilted Implants • Identifying Candidates • Modifying the FAIR Technique • Treating Fully Edentulous Maxilla • Treating Fully Edentulous Mandible • Treating Partially Edentulous Maxilla • Treating Partially Edentulous Mandible • Definitive Prostheses • Complications

ISBN 978-0-86715-809-0
Expected Summer 2019
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Piezoelectric Bone Surgery: A New Era

Vercellotti, Tomaso

This book from the inventor of Piezosurgery provides readers with the practical information necessary to integrate piezoelectric surgery into their practices to improve outcomes in oral surgery and dental implantology. Early chapters describe the clinical characteristics of piezoelectric cutting and the technology of ultrasonic devices, and a surgical skills chapter includes practical exercises to prepare readers for utilizing piezoelectric techniques. The clinical chapters focus on piezoelectric techniques for tooth extraction, implantology, sinus augmentation, bone grafting, and ridge expansion, guiding the reader through each technique with step-by-step protocols. Piezoelectric Bone Surgery: A New Era is an excellent reference for readers looking for a comprehensive introduction to piezoelectric surgery as well as experienced clinicians interested in perfecting these precise and minimally invasive techniques.
Contents
A New Era • Technologic Invention • Piezoelectric Cutting • Ultrasonic Devices • Surgical Skills • Scientific Research • Bone Classification • Dental Extraction • Implantology • Ultra-Osseointegration • Sinus Augmentation • Bone Grafting • Ridge Expansion

ISBN 978-0-86715-832-8
Expected Summer 2019
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