The functional consequences of tooth loss require clinicians to fabricate restorations that take into consideration individual anatomic situations as well as the psychologic aspects of the patients. This comprehensive text details the role of osseointegration in prosthodontic restoration via careful treatment planning and the use of a multidisciplinary therapeutic approach. Open communication between the patient and treatment team ensures that every stage of treatment is in concert with the patient's desires. From detailed clinical and radiographic examination to soft tissue considerations to selection of implant systems and surgical techniques, this book outlines well-documented modalities that are safe, simple, and predictable.
Chapter 01. Introduction
Chapter 02. Provisional/Transitional Restorations in Osseointegration
Chapter 03. Can Differet Implant Systems Influence the Quality of Peri-implant Oral Microflora?
Chapter 04. Soft Tissue Management and Smile Esthetics
Chapter 05. When to Replace Teeth by Implants
Chapter 06. Treatment Planning and Procedures to Adequate Implant Positioning Toward Esthetics and Function
Chapter 07. The Use of Intraoral Donor Sites on Alveolar Osseous Reconstruction
Chapter 08. Loading or Immediate Function on Osseointegrated Implants
Chapter 09. Autogenous Bone Grafts on Implantology
Chapter 10. Fundamentals of Zygomatic Implants as a Surgical Alternative in the Treatment of Atrophic Maxillae
Chapter 11. Soft Tissue Management on Implantology
Chapter 12. Reconstruction of Craniofacial Function Using Osseointegrated Implants in Patients with Mandibular Defects
Chapter 13. Oral Fixed Rehabilitation of Atrophic Jaws
Chapter 14. Surgical Techniques for Zygomatic Implant Placement in Atrophied Maxillary Arches
Chapter 15. Francischone's Classification for Implant Prostheses