implant modality, based primarily on the available bone. The authors also list the overlapping areas of use for thedifferent implant types, and guidelines are provided for choosing a specific approach.Because of the provided in-depth review of basic implant subject matter (treatment planning bone healing, quantifyingremaining bone, implant materials and design, etc.), the book would be a good addition to the library of both theinexperienced student as well as the seasoned practitioner."
- Journal of Prosthodontics - December 2003
is in private practice in New York, NY. Offers dentistry and orthodontics students coverage of the principlesand practice of implant dentistry, demonstrating the surgical procedures for all accepted implant modalities. Covers the process from first examination to case completion, using halftone photographs to illustrate the surgical procedures.
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Introducing Dental Implantsby John A. Hobkirk
224 pagesPublisher: Churchill Livingstone; 1 edition (September 25, 2003)Language: English
"This is a book with a strong pedigree and is based on the previously successful book alsowritten by the authors "A Colour Atlas and Text of Dental and Maxillo-FacialImplantology".The information in this book cannot be faulted and the pictures are of very good quality."
DWalmsley, British Dental Journal, January 2004
Textbook is ideal for undergraduate dental students, and any member of the dental teamwho wants a deeper insight into some of the implant treatment possibilities." Dr Waseem Noordin, Dental Practice, September 2003the book is incredibly well organised, breaking down information into a series of headings and bullet points. Thisinformation is also summarised in table form. The text is comprehensive, supported by a wealth of clinical images andschematic illustrations covering all aspects of implant dentistry. The authors have aimed this book at final year dentalstudents, dentists taking postgraduate courses and professionals complementary to dentistry. In laying the book out indiscrete chapters in an easy to read style, I think that it will find an enthusiastic audience." Instructor, University of Birmingham School of Dentistry, Dental Update, April 2004
In recent years, dental implants have become a more common alternative to conventionally placed dentures, bridges andcrowns. This accessible, well-illustrated introduction to the principles of implant dentistry provides readers coming intocontact with implants for the first time with a working knowledge of the various implant systems available. Thoroughdiscussions are also included on patient assessment and treatment planning, the use of implants in edentulous and partially edentulous patients and for single tooth restorations, as well as possible problems and maintenance procedures.
Overdentures Made Easy: A Guide to Implant and Root Supported ProsthesesAuthor: Harold W. Preiskel
Publisher: Quintessence Publishing (Il)Publication Date: 1996-01-15 Number Of Pages: 248Guy's and St Thomas's Hospitals, London, U.K. Text on techniques for overdenture treatment rangingfrom treatment planning to postoperative maintenance, for dentists and students. Covers both root andimplant supported restorations.