Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 2 Volume Set. 6th Edition

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  • 1480 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must–have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant dentistry. The chapters have been extensively revised with 40% of the content new to this edition. Maintaining the widely praised two–volume format introduced in the previous edition, the editorial team has once again brought together the world s top international specialists to share their expertise on all aspects of periodontology, periodontal health and the use of implants in the rehabilitation of the periodontally compromised patient. Seamlessly integrating foundational science, practical clinical protocols, and recent advances in the field, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, Sixth Edition enhances its stellar reputation as the cornerstone reference work on periodontology.  

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Part 1: Anatomy

1. The Anatomy of Periodontal TissuesJan Lindhe, Thorkild Karring, Dieter D. Bosshardt and Maurício Araújo2. Bone as a Living OrganHector F. Rios, Jill D. Bashutski and William V. Giannobile3. The Edentulous RidgeMauricio Araujo and Jan Lindhe4. The Mucosa at Teeth and ImplantsJan Lindhe Jan L. Wennstrom and Tord Berglundh5. OsseointegrationJan Lindhe, Tord Berglundh and Niklaus P. Lang6. OsseoperceptionReinhilde JacobsPart 2: Epidemiology

7. Epidemiology of Periodontal DiseasesPanos N. Papapanou and Jan LindhePart 3: Microbiology

8. Dental BiofilmsPhilip David Marsh9. Dental CalculusDieter D. Bosshardt and Niklaus P. Lang10. Periodontal InfectionsMichael Curtis11. Peri–implant InfectionsLisa Heitz–Mayfield, Ricardo P. Teles, and Niklaus P. LangPart 4: Host Parasite Interactions

12. The Pathogenesis of GingivitisGregory J. Seymour, Leonardo Trombelli and Tord Berglundh13. The Pathogenesis of PeriodontitisGregory Seymour, Tord Berglundh and Leonardo Trombelli14. Modifying FactorsEvanthia Lalla and Panos N. Papapanou15. Genetic Susceptibility to Periodontal Disease: New Insights and ChallengesArne Schafer, Ubele van der Velden, Marja L. Laine and Bruno G. LoosPart 5: Influence of Occlusion

16. Trauma from Occlusion: Periodontal TissuesJan Lindhe and Ingvar Ericsson17. Trauma from Occlusion: Peri–implant TissuesNiklaus P. Lang and Tord BerglundhPart 6: Periodontal Pathology

18. Non–Plaque Induced Inflammatory Gingival LesionsPalle Holmstrup and Mats Jontell19. Plaque–Induced Gingival DiseasesAngelo Mariotti20. Chronic PeriodontitisDenis Kinane, Jan Lindhe and Leonardo Trombelli21. Aggressive PeriodontitisMaurizio S. Tonetti and Andrea Mombelli22. Necrotizing Periodontal DiseasePalle Holmstrup23. Effect of Periodontal Diseases on General HealthPanos N. Papapanou and Evanthia Lalla24. Abscesses in the PeriodontiumDavid Herrera, Arie J. van Winkelhoff and Mariano Sanz25. Lesions of Endodontic OriginGunnar Bergenholtz, Domenico Ricucci and Jose F. Freitas Siqueira Jr.Part 7: Peri–implant Pathology

26. Peri–implant Mucositis and Peri–implantitisTord Berglundh, Jan Lindhe and Niklaus P. LangPart 8: Tissue Regeneration

27. Periodontal Wound HealingHF Rios, D Kaigler, CA Ramseier, G Rasperini and WV Giannobile28. Concepts in Periodontal Tissue RegenerationThorkild Karring and Jan LindheIndex


Part 9: Examination Protocols

29. Examination of PatientsGiovanni E. Salvi, Tord Berglundh and Niklaus P. Lang30. Diagnostic Imaging of the Periodontal and Implant PatientBernard Koong31. Patient–Specific Risk Assessment for Implant TherapyGiovanni E. Salvi and Niklaus P. LangPart 10: Treatment Planning Protocols

32. Treatment Planning of Patients with Periodontal DiseasesGiovanni E. Salvi, Jan Lindhe and Niklaus P. Lang33. Treatment Planning for Implant Therapy in the Periodontally Compromised PatientJan L. Wennstrom and Niklaus P. Lang34. Systemic Phase of TherapyNiklaus P. Lang, Christoph A. Ramseier and Hans–Rudolf BaurPart 11: Initial Periodontal Therapy (Infection Control)

35. Motivational InterviewingChristoph A. Ramseier, Jeanie E. Suvan and Delwyn Vatley36. Mechanical Supragingival Plaque ControlFridus van der Weijden, Dagmar Else Slot, Jose J. Echeverria and Jan Lindhe37. Chemical Supragingival Plaque Control (Chemical Dental Biofilm Control)David Herrera and Jorge Serrano38. Non–surgical TherapyJan L. Wennstrom and Cristiano TomasiPart 12: Additional Therapy

39. Periodontal Surgery: Access TherapyJan L. Wennstrom and Jan Lindhe40. Treatment of Furcation–Involved TeethGianfranco Carnevale, Roberto Pontoriero and Jan Lindhe41. Endodontics and PeriodonticsGunnar Bergenholtz, Domenico Ricucci, Beatrice Siegrist–Guldener, Matthias Zehnder42. Treatment of Peri–implant Mucositis and Peri–implantitisTord Berglundh, Niklaus Lang, and Jan Lindhe43. Antibiotics in Periodontal TherapyAndrea Mombelli and David Herrera44. Local Drug Delivery for the Treatment of PeriodontitisMaurizio S. Tonetti and Pierpaolo CortelliniPart 13: Reconstructive Therapy

45. Regenerative Periodontal TherapyPierpaolo Cortellini and Maurizio S. Tonetti46. Mucogingival Therapy Periodontal Plastic SurgeryJan L. Wennstrom and Giovanni Zucchelli47. Periodontal Plastic MicrosurgeryRino Burkhardt and Niklaus P. LangPart 14: Surgery for Implant Installation

48. Piezoelectric Surgery for Precise and Selective Bone CuttingStefan Stubinger, Tomaso Vercellotti and Niklaus P. Lang49. Timing of Implant PlacementChristoph H.F. Hammerle, Mauricio Araujo and Jan LindhePart 15: Reconstructive Ridge Therapy

50. Ridge Augmentation ProceduresHector F. Rios, Fabio Vignoletti, William V. Giannobile and Mariano Sanz51. Elevation of the Maxillary Sinus FloorBjarni E. Pjetursson and Niklaus P. LangPart 16: Occlusal and Prosthetic Therapy

52. Tooth–Supported Fixed Dental ProsthesisJan Lindhe and Sture Nyman53. Implants in Restorative DentistryNiklaus P. Lang and Giovanni E. Salvi54. Implants in the Zone of Esthetic PriorityRonald E. Jung and Rino Burkhardt55. Implants in the Posterior DentitionRonald E. Jung, Daniel S. Thoma and Urs C. Belser56. Role of Implant–Implant and Tooth–Implant Supported Fixed Partial DenturesClark M. Stanford and Lyndon F. Cooper57. Complications Related to Implant–Supported RestorationClark M. Stanford, Lyndon F. Cooper and Y. Joon CoePart 17: Orthodontics and Periodontics

58. Tooth Movement in the Periodontally Compromised PatientMariano Sanz and Conchita Martin59. Implants Used for Orthodontic AnchorageMarc A. Schatzle and Niklaus P. LangPart 18: Supportive Care

60. Supportive Periodontal TherapyNiklaus P. Lang, Giedre Matuliene, Giovanni E. Salvi and Maurizio S. TonettiIndex

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Professor Niklaus P. Lang is Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong, Honorary Professor at University College London, Guest Professor at the University of Zurich and Professor Emeritus at the University of Bern.

Professor Jan Lindhe is a world–renowned clinical research scientist specialising in periodontology.

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