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Daniel Wismeijer / Stephen Barter / Nikolaos Donos (Editor)
German O. Gallucci / Christopher Evans / Ali Tahmaseb

Digitale Arbeitsabläufe in der zahnärztlichen Implantologie

Series: ITI Treatment Guide Series, Band 11
1. Auflage 2020
Book
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 316 pages, 855 illus
Language: German
Category: Implantology

ISBN 978-3-86867-491-0
QP Deutschland

 

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Das Gebiet der zahnärztlichen Implantologie wächst und wächst. Dies gilt für die Zahl an Behandlern, die Implantate einsetzen und für prothetische Lösungen nutzen, wie auch für die Zahl an Patienten, die erfolgreiche Resultate innerhalb kürzester Zeit fordern. Im Rennen um die Befriedigung dieser Nachfrage vollzieht sich gleichzeitig ein rasanter technologischer Wandel und bringen Implantathersteller und verwandte Anbieter immer neue Produkte als mögliche Lösungen auf den Markt. Der Behandler sieht sich in dieser Situation nicht selten mit einer unübersichtlichen Vielfalt an Anwendungsmöglichkeiten konfrontiert. Für alle Etappen auf dem Weg zum fertigen Zahnersatz – Diagnose, Bildgebung, Planung, Chirurgie, Abformung, Konstruktion und Herstellung – stehen für die Bereiche der digitalen Zahnheilkunde Hardware- und Softwarelösungen zur Verfügung.

Nie darf man vor diesem Hintergrund aber die Verantwortung aus den Augen verlieren, dass alle Behandlungen stets unbedenklich und im besten Interesse des Patienten erfolgen müssen. Als weiteres Kompendium evidenzbasierter Methodik für den klinischen Alltag führt dieser Band 11 des ITI Treatment Guide, diesmal unter dem Titel "Digitale Arbeitsabläufe in der zahnärztlichen Implantologie", das erfolgreiche Konzept der ersten zehn Bände weiter. Erneut beleuchten renommierte Kliniker darin unter Mitwirkung von erfahrenen Praktikern das gesamte Spektrum an technischen Möglichkeiten und ihre sichere klinische Anwendung.

Inhalt
Kapitel 01. Einleitung
• Digitale Datenerfassung
• Digitale Datenbearbeitung

Kapitel 02. Oberflächenscans
• Einleitung
• Analoge Abformungen
• Digitale Abformungen – Digitalisierung der Mundhöhle
• Genauigkeit: Reale Erfassung und Präzision
• Notwendigkeit physischer Modelle
• Abschließende Bemerkungen

Kapitel 03. Gesichtsscans
• Technologische Entwicklung
• Stand der Technik bei Gesichtsscans
• Anwendungen in der zahnärztlichen Prothetik
• Klinische Fallbeschreibung
• Dynamische Gesichtsscanner
• Schwächen und Verbesserungspotenziale
• Schlussfolgerungen

Kapitel 04. Softwarepakete
• Diagnose und Datenerfassung
• Prothetische und chirurgische Planung
• Computergestützte Konstruktion (CAD)
• Computergestützte Fertigung (CAM)
• Abschließende Bemerkungen

Kapitel 05. Zusammenführen von Datensätzen
• Scantechnologien und zugehörige Datensätze
• Genauigkeit von DVT-Scans
• Sichtfeld (Field of View FoV)
• Strahlaufhärtung und Streustrahlung
• Patientenvorbereitung für DVT-Scans
• Zusammenführen von Dateien

Kapitel 06. Digitale Abläufe in der Implantatprothetik
• Digitale Schritte zur Patientenversorgung
• Diagnoseschritte im digitalen Ablauf
• Planungsschritte im digitalen Ablauf
• Chirurgische Schritte im digitalen Ablauf
• Prothetische Schritte im digitalen Ablauf
• Alternatives Vorgehen in digitalen Abläufen

Kapitel 07. Computergestützte Chirurgie
• Terminologie
• Systeme der computergestützten Chirurgie
• Lagerung der chirurgischen Schablone
• Sofortbelastung mit vorgefertigter Prothetik
• Einschränkungen
• Ausblick

Kapitel 08. CAD/CAM-Technologie und individualisierte Knochenaugmentate
• Gefräste Knochenaugmentate
• Gedruckte Knochenaugmentate
• Vollständige 3-D-Planung von freien vaskularisierten Fibulatransplantaten für maxillofaziale Defekte

Kapitel 09. Digitale Artikulatoren
• Einleitung
• Mechanische Artikulatoren
• Digitale Artikulatoren
• Ausblick

Kapitel 10. Fertigungsmethoden und Materialien
• Fertigungstechniken und Materialien für CAD/CAM-Zahnersatz
• Metalllegierungen
• Zirkonoxid
• Lithiumdisilikat

Kapitel 11. Komplikationen und technische Herausforderungen
• Komplikationen beim Scannen
• Komplikationen beim Datenabgleich
• Komplikationen beim Fräsen

Kapitel 12. Zukünftige Entwicklungen und Herausforderungen
Kapitel 13. Klinische Fallbeschreibungen: Digitale Arbeitsabläufe für implantatgetragene Prothetik bei geführten chirurgischen Eingriffen und Einsatz der CAD/CAM-Technik
Kapitel 14. Technische und klinische Empfehlungen
Kapitel 15. Literatur
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Author

Dr. med. dent. German O. Gallucci DDS, PhD

United States of America, Boston

Dr. German Gallucci received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine (Dr. Med. Dent.) from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He attended a postdoctoral training at the Department of Fixed Prosthodontics and Occlusion, School of Dental Medicine, University of Geneva where he later became a full-time faculty at the same department. Dr Gallucci also received a Ph.D. from the Free University of Amsterdam.  In 2007, he established a new Postgraduate Education Program in Oral Implantology at Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He is currently department chair of the Department of Restorative Dentistry and Biomaterials Sciences, and also oversees the Harvard Dental Center as its executive director.

Dr. Gallucci participates in lectures, seminars, practical courses and table clinics at national and international meetings and symposia. He has authored scientific publications in the field of Fixed Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry and his work has been mostly published in international peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Gallucci serves as an editorial board member for Journal of Dental Research (JDR), Clinical Oral Implants Research (COIR), and International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants (IJOMI). He is a fellow of the International Team for Implantology (ITI), Switzerland, an active member of the Academy of Osseointegration and the European Academy of Osseointegration.

 

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Dr. Ali Tahmaseb DDS, PhD

Netherlands, Amsterdam

Dr. Ali Tahmaseb left Teheran for Belgium while in his late teens, where he began his dental education at the University of Ghent in 1988. Since then he has followed various training programs in oral surgery and implant dentistry throughout Europe and the USA. In 2011 he completed his PhD at the University of Amsterdam, ACTA and stayed on to become an associate professor in the department of oral implantology and prosthetic dentistry. He is also responsible for research and education in that department. His main research areas are guided surgery and navigation techniques, CAD/CAM, managoing of extraction sockets and its esthetic outcomes and guided bone regeneration around endosseous implants. He is co-founder of a novel concept in guided surgery and a primary investigator in this field at the University of Amsterdam. Ali Tahmaseb is also active in his private referring offices in Antwerp (Belgium) and Tilburg (Netherlands).

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Editor

Prof. Dr. Daniel Wismeijer DMD

Netherlands, Ellecom

Prof Wismeijer studied dentistry at the College of Dental Science, Radboud University of Nijmegen, Netherlands from 1979 to 1984. After graduating, he joined the Department of Oral Function and Prosthetic Dentistry and worked in the section of Special Dental Care and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics. He received his PhD in 1996 on the subject of overdentures on dental implants: The Breda Implant Overdenture Study. From 1985 to 2006, he worked at the Amphia Teaching Hospital in Breda, Netherlands in the Department of Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial Prosthodontics. In 1985, he started a general dental practice, which since 1990 has been a referral practice for Oral Implantology. He is a past-president of the Dutch Prosthodontic Association and the Dutch Association for Gnathology. Prof Wismeijer has been an ITI fellow since 1993 and has served as a member of the Dutch ITI Education Core Group for 8 years. From 2011 to 2015 he was a member of the ITI Research Committee. In 2013, he was elected to the ITI Board of Directors as Member at Large, and in 2015 he was elected Chairman of the ITI Education Committee. In 2006,  Prof Wismeijer accepted the position of Professor and Chair of the Department of Oral Implantology and Prosthetic Dentistry at ACTA Amsterdam, which he combined with his referral practice. The research areas in his department were focused on CAD/CAM treatment optimization, digital dentistry, treatment evaluation and workflow, implant surface and bone substitute optimization, peri-implantitis, 3D printing in dentistry, and the evaluation of different implant-based treatment modalities. As a principal promotor, he has successfully supervised 25 PhD students. In January 2020, he stopped working at ACTA.

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Editor

Stephen Barter BDS, MSurgDent, RCS

United Kingdom, London

Qualified in dentistry from Guy’s Hospital in 1985 and as a Specialist in Oral Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons of England, in 2000. Dr Barter has 37 years’ experience in oral surgery with 30 years involvement in clinical and academic implant dentistry in both private hospital practice and as part of a multidisciplinary team in a private clinic. Dr Barter has previously assisted in the running of the MClinDent in Periodontology at the Eastman Dental Institute London, for over ten years, and the DClinDent Programme at Queen Mary’s University, London for over five years. He is a Fellow of the ITI, a past Chairman of the UK and Ireland Section and has served on ITI international committees and consensus conferences. Dr Barter has published in refereed scientific journals and the dental press and has written several book chapters, is the co-author of ITI Treatment Guide 9 – Implant Therapy in the Geriatric Patient (Quintessence Publishing) and has been an editor of the ITI Treatment Guide series since TG11. He has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally.

 

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Prof. Nikolaos Donos DDS, MS, FHEA, FDSRC, PhD

United Kingdom, London

Professor Nikos Donos is the Chair of Periodontology & Implant Dentistry, the Director of Clinical Research, the Head of the Centre for Oral Clinical Research and the Lead for the Centre of Oral Immunobiology & Regenerative Medicine at the Institute of Dentistry, Barts & The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Prof. Donos is also the Director of the ITI scholarship Centre and the Director of the Osteology Research Scholarship Centre, both at QMUL. In 2009, Professor Donos has been awarded the title of Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry in Hong Kong, in 2012 the title of Adjunct Professor at the Dental School, Griffith University in Australia, in 2015 the title of Honorary Professor at UCL-Eastman Dental Institute and in 2019 the title of Honorary Professor, School of Dentistry, University of Queensland, Australia. In 2011, Professor Donos was awarded the prestigious International Association for Dental Research (IADR)-Periodontology Group Award in Periodontal Regenerative Medicine and in 2019 the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) Clinical Research Award for his contribution as co-author for “outstanding published scientific manuscript with direct clinical relevance and application to the practice of periodontics”. In 2004, Professor Donos received the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO)-Basic Science Research Award. Professor Donos was the President of the British Society of Periodontology & Implant Dentistry (BSP) (2020) and is a board member at the Osteology Foundation (Switzerland) as well as the Academic Representative at the Committee of the Association of Dental Implantology (ADI)(UK). Professor Donos is involved as editorial board member in international peer-reviewed journals in the field of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry where he has published more than 240 scientific publications. Professor Donos is/has been involved in a number of consensus conferences for the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP), the European Association of Osseointegration (EAO), The International Team for Implantology (ITI) and the Osteology Foundation all of which provide the most up-to-date evidence based information for different clinical situations in the fields of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry. Prof Donos has significant clinical experience in providing advanced treatment modalities to patients suffering from severe periodontal disease. Those modalities include all steps (non-surgical and surgical) for the treatment of periodontal disease including periodontal and bone tissue regeneration and replacement of missing teeth with dental implants. Furthermore, Professor Donos has significant experience in non-surgical and surgical treatment of peri-implant diseases (peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis). All the above clinical problems and their treatments are topics that Professor Donos regularly covers in his lectures on a national and international level.

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