Osseointegration and Dental Implants

  • ID: 2221865
  • Book
  • 448 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Osseointegration and Dental Implants offers a comprehensive guide to the state of the art of implant dentistry. Based around the proceedings of the Toronto Osseointegration Conference Revisisted, it gathers together information on all aspects of implant dentistry and osseointegration, from basic scientific background, such as the biology of osseointegration and the biomechanics of implant surface design, to clinical relevance, such as treatment planning, loading protocols, and patient rehabilitation. This unique book shows implant dentistry as it is today, in all its diverse clinical applications, and provides an expert discussion of what we know, what we think we know, and what we need to find out.

Osseointegration and Dental Implants draws together contributions from some of the leading figures in implant dentistry to provide a broad range of perspectives on the treatment modality that has revolutionized modern dentistry. Every aspect –– biological, surgical, restorative and post–operative ––of dental implants and osseointegration is approached with the same practical, lucid, and clinical tone. This book will give specialists, general dentists, and aspiring dental students a worthy and comprehensive guide to the current advances and future direction of the clinical practice of implant dentistry and the science of osseointegration.

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Foreword ix

Preface xi

Contributing Authors xiii

Introduction xix
Asbjorn Jokstad

1 Implant Dentistry: A Technology Assessment 3

How Many Implant Systems Do We Have and Are They Documented? 3Asbjorn Jokstad

What Have We Learned from Randomized Controlled Clinical Trials on Oral Implants? 9Marco Esposito, Maria Gabriella Grusovin, Paul Coulthard, and Helen Worthington

Systematic Reviews of Survival and Complication Rates of Implant–Supported Fixed Dental Prostheses and Single Crowns 14Bjarni Elvar Pætursson

2 Comprehensive Treatment Planning for Complete Arch Restorations 27

Treatment of the Edentulous Maxilla and Mandible with Implant–Retained Overdentures 27David A. Felton

Key Implant Positions and Implant Number: A Biomechanical Rationale 32Carl E. Misch

Treatment Alternatives for the Terminal Dentition Patient 35Luca Cordaro

3 Comprehensive Treatment Planning for the Patient with Complex Treatment Needs 43

The Challenging Patient with Facial Deformities, Rare Disorders, or Old Age 43Birgitta Bergendal, James D. Anderson, and Frauke Müller

4 Comprehensive Treatment Planning for the Patient with Oral or Systemic Inflammation 63

The Efficacy of Osseointegrated Dental Implants for Periodontally Compromised Patients 63Myron Nevins and David M. Kim

Profiles and Treatment Options for Refractory Patients in a Periodontal Practice 70Øystein Fardal and Gerard J. Linden

Systemic Implications of Periimplant Infl ammation: Mimicry of the Periodontitis–Systemic Disease Model? 74Howard C. Tenenbaum, Michael Glogauer, Michael Landzberg, and Michael Goldberg

5 Surgery Phase Planning 85

Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning Utilizing CT Scan Technology for Improving Surgical and Restorative Implant Reconstruction: Tools of Empowerment 85Scott D. Ganz

Immediate Implants in Infected Sites: Contraindications Reconsidered 95Jay R. Beagle

Image–Based Implant Therapy: Current Status and Future Perspectives 101Homah Zadeh

6 Pre–implant Surgical Interventions 117

Horizontal and Vertical Bone Regeneration in the Maxilla and Mandible 117Burton Langer

Pre–implant Surgical Interventions Tissue–Engineering Solutions 125E. Todd Scheyer

Guided Bone Regeneration with or without Bone Grafts: From Experimental Studies to Clinical Application 129Nikolaos Donos

7 Pre–implant Surgical Augmentation Interventions 141

Hard–Tissue Augmentation to Osseointegrate Implants 141Friedrich W. Neukam, Emeka Nkenke, and Rainer Lutz

Onlay and Inlay Grafting in Implant Rehabilitation: Clinical Aspects 148Karl–Erik Kahnberg

Is Autogenous Bone Still the "Gold Standard" for Grafting? Current Opinion on the Use of Autograft in Implant Dentistry 152Craig M. Misch

8 Pre–implant Surgical Interventions with Focus on the Maxilla 167

Evolution of the Sinus Augmentation Procedure: 1982, 2008, and Beyond 167
Stephen S. Wallace and Stuart J. Froum

Bone Augmentation in the Severely Resorbed Maxilla 175
Lars Rasmusson

9 Biomaterials and Substances for Site Optimizing 183

Alveolar Augmentation: Past, Present, and Future 183Ulf M.E. Wikesjö, Massimo Simion, and Michael S. Reddy

10 Implant Surgery Interventions 197

Three–Dimensional Reverse Tissue Engineering for Optimal Dental Implant Reconstruction 197Michael A. Pikos and Albert H. Mattia

11 The Implant and Biological Response 205

The Healing Bone–Implant Interface: Role of Micromotion and Related Strain Levels in Tissue 205John B. Brunski, Jennifer A. Currey, Jill A. Helms, Philipp Leucht, Antonio Nanci, and Rima Wazen

12 The Implant Surface and Biological Response 213

The Changing Interface 213John E. Davies, Peter Schüpbach, and Lyndon Cooper

13 The Implant Design and Biological Response 225

Influences of Implant Design and Surface Properties on Osseointegration and Implant Stability 225Jan Gottlow

Implant Surface Design and Local Stress Fields Effects on Peri–implant Bone Formation and Retention with "Short" Porous–Surfaced Implants 230Robert M. Pilliar

14 Loading Protocols and Biological Response 239
Peter K. Moy, Georgios E. Romanos, and Mario Roccuzzo

15 Restorative Phase Treatment Planning 255

Integration of Biological Principles to Achieve Stable Aesthetics 255Clark M. Stanford

Changing Rationales: Connecting Teeth with Implants by a Suprastructure 260Paul Weigl

16 Restorative Phase Treatment Planning Using Shortened Clinical Protocols 269

Stability of Implant–Abutment Connections 269Thomas D. Taylor

Shortened Clinical Protocols: The (R)evolution Is Still Ongoing 273Roland Glauser

17 The Transmucosal Component and the Supraconstruction Revolution 279

Abutment Design and Materials Using CAD/CAM Technology 279Steven E. Eckert

CAD/CAM in Implant Dentistry 285Jörg–R. Strub and Siegbert Witkowski

18 The Implant Design and Clinical Outcomes 295

Contemporary Dental Implants and Clinical Performance 295John K. Schulte and Shadi Daher

The Internal Connection: A Contributing Factor to Achieving an Aesthetic Result 302Antonio Sanz Ruiz

19 Loading Protocols and Clinical Outcomes 311

What Have We Learned about the Influence of Loading on the Quality and Maintenance of Osseointegration? 311Ignace Naert, Katleen Vandamme, and Joke Duyck

The Concept of Early Loading 315Hans–Peter Weber

What Have We Learned from Clinical Trials about Early Loading of Implants? 319Asbjorn Jokstad

20 Patient Focus on Neurophysiology 333

A Neurophysiologic Perspective on Rehabilitation with Oral Implants and Their Potential Side Effects 333Barry J. Sessle, Iven Klineberg, and Peter Svensson

21 Patient Focus on Expected and Unexpected Outcomes 345

Dental Implant Innovations Growing Evidence for Best Decisions 345Kent Knoernschild

Subjective and Objective Evaluation of Implant–Supported Reconstructions for Partially Edentulous Patients 354Klaus Gotfredsen

22 Patient Focus on Function and Quality of Life and Future Implementation 361
J. Mark Thomason, Jocelyne S. Feine, and Daniel Wismeijer

23 Dental Implants in the Habilitation of Young Patients 373
George K.B. Sándor

24 Minimum Competency for Providing Implant Prosthodontics What Should Be the Educational Requirements? 381

Guaranteeing Treatment for Everyone: Changing Educational Criteria for "Garden Variety" Cases to Major Bone Grafts 381Kenneth W.M. Judy

Appendix: The Toronto Osseointegration Conference Revisited, May 9 10, 2008: Program and Biographies of Speakers 385

Index 405

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Asbjorn Jokstad
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