Periodontal–Restorative Interrelationships: Ensuring Clinical Success begins with a careful discussion of treatment planning, comprehensively covering all variables in simple to complex cases. Subsequent chapters focus upon the most commonly encountered clinical challenges, using a systematic, easy–to–follow approach to various treatment methodologies. All chapters are well–illustrated with clinical examples. Firmly grounded in evidence–based research, the book affords clinicians from multiple specialties a practical guide for predictable, successful results. Accessible and logically organized, Periodontal–Restorative Interrelationships is an invaluable reference for all clinicians performing these procedures.
Chapter 1 Examination and Diagnosis (Paul Fugazzotto and Sergio DePaoli).
Establishing an Appropriate Treatment Plan.
Determining Periodontal Treatment Endpoints.
Rationale for Pocket–Elimination Periodontal Surgery.
Junctional Epithelial Adhesion or Connective Tissue Attachment?
The Signifi cance of Furcation Involvements.
The Infl uence of Restorative Margins.
Does Pocket–Elimination Therapy Work?
Chapter 2 The Role of Crown–Lengthening Therapy (Paul Fugazzotto).
Management of the Apico–occlusal Dimension.
Chapter 3 Treating the Periodontally Involved Furcation (Paul Fugazzotto).
Defi nitions of Furcation Involvements.
Diagnosing Premolar Furcation Involvements.
Treatment of Class I Furcations.
Treatment of Class II Furcations.
Treatment of Class III Furcations.
Maxillary vs. Mandibular Furcations.
Selecting the Appropriate Treatment Modality.
Chapter 4 The Role of Mucogingival Therapy (Paul Fugazzotto).
Indications for Mucogingival Surgery.
Nonattached Gingival Autografts.
Lateral Pedicle Flaps.
Guided Tissue Regeneration.
Indications for Emdogain Use.
Constructing a Clinically Based Treatment Decision Tree.
Mucogingival Therapy at the Time of Crown–Lengthening Surgery.
Chapter 5 Restoration of the Periodontally Treated Tooth (Frederick Hains).
Periodontal Ramifi cations and Prosthetic Adaptations.
Chapter 6 Developing Treatment Algorithms for Restoration or Replacement of the Compromised Tooth (Paul Fugazzotto and Frederick Hains).
Assessing the Individual Tooth.
The Ability to Safely Perform Crown–Lengthening Surgery.
Implant Receptor Site Considerations.
Assessing Cost–Benefi t Ratios.
Complexity of Care.
Predictability of Care.
The Cost of Retreatment.