1st Edition 2022
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm; inkl. 26 Videos, 320 pages, 450 illus
Categories: Oral/Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Surgery, Student literature
Stock No.: 23530
Following on from the publication of “Basic Oral Surgery” comes this perfect book on oral surgery for advanced colleagues. The book is aimed at professionals who perform oral surgery procedures more frequently in their practices and would like to update or further develop themselves. It also addresses (aspiring) specialists in oral surgery and oral and maxillofacial surgery.
Like the first book, this second volume is also designed as an atlas rather than a textbook: Especially the clinical chapters depict their theoretical content in short texts and are similarly divided into indications, contraindications, step-by-step clinical procedure, and postoperative course. The chapters are illustrated by numerous series of images as well as videos linked via QR codes. The content and scope of the book are based on the training catalogs and clinical spectrum of university oral surgery training clinics in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.
Chapter 01. Complex patient profile in oral surgery
Special equipment in oral surgery
Chapter 02. Optical magnification aids
Chapter 03. CO2 laser
Chapter 04. Piezosurgery
Chapter 05. Cone beam computed tomography
Chapter 06. Alveolar stabilization
Chapter 07. Autologous dental hard materials
Chapter 08. Decoronation
Tooth preserving surgery
Chapter 09. Exposure and classification
Chapter 10. Root tip resection
Chapter 11. Tooth transplantation
Chapter 12. Intentional replantation
Chapter 13. Transreplantation
Soft tissue surgery
Chapter 14. Vestibuloplasty and apical displacement flap
Chapter 15. Autologous soft tissue grafts
Chapter 16. Recession coverage
Chapter 17. Salivary stone removal
Hard tissue surgery
Chapter 18. Cystostomy and cystectomy
Chapter 19. Removal of exostoses
Chapter 20. Surgical revisions of the alveolar process
Temporary skeletal anchorages
Chapter 21. Orthodontic mini-implants
Chapter 22. Palatal implants
Chapter 23. Evidence-based aspects
With contributions from:
Stephan Acham • Daniel Baumhoer • Michael M. Bornstein • Thomas Connert • Dorothea Dagassan-Berndt • Henrik Dommisch • Tobias Fretwurst • Mathieu Gass • Norbert Jakse • Ronald E. Jung • Georgios Kanavakis • Adrian Kasaj • Khaled Mukaddam • Katja Nelson • Puria Parvini • Michael Payer • Martina Schriber • Michael Schwaiger • Frank Schwarz • Bernd Stadlinger • Frank Peter Strietzel • Silvio Valdec • Carlalberta Verna • Jürgen Wallner • Wolfgang Zemann
Prof. Dr. Andreas Filippi is a specialist in Oral Surgery. He is the Clinical Director of the Department of Oral Surgery, University Center for Dental Medicine Basel UZB, Switzerland. Since 2006, he has been Founder and Head of the Center of Dental Traumatology Basel, and since 2016, Founder and Head of the Center of Salivary Diagnostics, Hyposalivation and Halitosis Basel.
Dr. Fabio Saccardin is a specialist in Oral Surgery. Since 2014, he has been working at the Department of Oral Surgery, University Center for Dental Medicine Basel UZB, Switzerland. In addition, he is an active member of the Center of Salivary Diagnostics, Hyposalivation and Halitosis Basel, where he conducts his research.
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Kühl is a specialist in Oral Surgery. He is Vice Clinical Director of the Department of Oral Surgery, University Center for Dental Medicine Basel UZB, Switzerland. Since 2018, he has been Founder and Head of the Competence Center for Implantology at the UZB, and President of the Swiss Society for Oral Surgery and Stomatology (SSOS).