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Journal of Prosthodontics on Complex Restorations

  • ID: 3743266
  • Journal
  • 288 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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The Journal of Prosthodontics has been the official publication of the American College of Prosthodontics for more than 20 years.  More than 1000 peer–reviewed articles on a wide variety of subjects are now in print, representing a treasure trove of history and valuable information on a myriad of topics of interest to the specialty of prosthodontics.

Journal of Prosthodontics on Complex Restorations compiles 34 of the journal s best articles discussing complex restorative dental challenges, collecting notable works on the subject.  Situated within the context of traditional approaches to enable to reader to draw parallels between the historical standards and the new, the selected articles illustrate highly–refined, traditional techniques and highlight the use of new, innovative processes. 

Whether you are a subscriber looking for articles on complex restorations in a single convenient collection or a clinician wishing to improve your knowledge base, Journal of Prosthodontics on Complex Restorations is a must–have for your personal library. 

Key features 

  • Presents a curated list of the best peer–reviewed articles on complex restorations from the pages of Journal of Prosthodontics
  • Covers management of maxillofacial defects using CAD/CAM technology, tooth wear, congenital disorders, orthodontic/prosthodontic patients, patients with surgical and maxillofacial challenges, and completely edentulous patients using new ceramic material
  • Offers a mix of clinical reports, research articles, and reviews
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Preface

Acknowledgments

PART I– Management of Maxillofacial Defects Using CAD/CAM Technology

1. Comparative Accuracy of Facial Models Fabricated Using Traditional and 3D Imaging Techniques

2. Innovative Approach for Interim Facial Prosthesis Using Digital Technology

3. Updates on the Construction of an Eyeglass–Supported Nasal Prosthesis Using Computer–Aided Design and Rapid Prototyping Technology

4. Ocular Defect Rehabilitation Using Photography and Digital Imaging: A Clinical Report

PART II– Management of Tooth Wear

5. Full–Mouth Rehabilitation of a Patient with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease: A Clinical Report

6. Rehabilitation of a Bulimic Patient Using Endosteal Implants

7. Fixed Prosthodontic Rehabilitation in a Wear Patient with Fabry s Disease

8. Analyzing the Etiology of an Extremely Worn Dentition

9. Full–Mouth Rehabilitation of a Patient with Severely Worn Dentition and Uneven Occlusal Plane: A Clinical Report

10. Implant–Supported Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Patient with Localized Severe  Attrition: A Clinical Report

11. Restoration of the Occlusal Vertical Dimension with an Overlay Removable Partial Denture: A Clinical Report

PART III– Management of Congenital Disorders

12. Full Mouth Rehabilitation of a Hypohidrotic Ectodermal Dysplasia Patient with Dental Implants: A Clinical Report

13. Prosthetic Rehabilitation with Collapsible Hybrid Acrylic Resin and Permanent Silicone Soft Liner Complete Denture of a Patient with Scleroderma–Induced Microstomia

14. Nasoalveolar Molding and Long–Term Postsurgical Esthetics for Unilateral Cleft Lip/Palate: 5–Year Follow–Up

15. Interdisciplinary Care for a Patient with Amelogenesis Imperfecta: A Clinical Report

16. Maxillary Rehabilitation Using a Removable Partial Denture with Attachments in a Cleft Lip and Palate Patient: A Clinical Report

17. Treatment of a Patient with Cleidocranial Dysplasia Using a Single–Stage Implant Protocol

18. Full–Mouth Rehabilitation of an Edentulous Patient with Papillon–Lefèvre Syndrome Using Dental Implants: A Clinical Report

PART IV– Management of Orthodontic/Prosthodontic Patients

19. Aspects of Orthodontic–Prosthetic Rehabilitation of Dentofacial Anomalies

20. Orthodontic Treatment and Implant–Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Partially Edentulous Patient

21. Prosthetic Rehabilitation of a Cleidocranial Dysplasia Patient with Vertical Maxillofacial Deficiency: A Clinical Report

22. Occlusal Rehabilitation of Pseudo–Class III Patient

PART V– Management of Patients with Surgical and Prosthodontic Challenges

23. Alveolar Distraction Osteogenesis of the Severely Atrophic Anterior Maxilla: Surgical and Prosthetic Challenges

24. Rehabilitation of a Completely Edentulous Patient with Nonreducible Bilateral Anterior Dislocation of the Temporomandibular Joint: A Prosthodontic Challenge Clinical Report

25. Prosthodontic Rehabilitation of a Shotgun Injury: A Patient Report

26. Surgical and Prosthodontic Treatment of a Patient with Significant Trauma to the Middle and Lower Face Secondary to a Gunshot Wound: A Clinical Report

27. Treatment of Hemi–Mandibulectomy Defect with Implant–Supported Telescopic Removable Prosthesis. A Clinical Report

PART VI– Management of Completely Edentulous Patients Using New Ceramic Material

28. The Use of Custom–Milled Zirconia Teeth to Address Tooth Abrasion in Complete Dentures: A Clinical Report

29. Retrievable Metal Ceramic Implant–Supported Fixed Prostheses with Milled Titanium Frameworks and All–Ceramic Crowns: Retrospective Clinical Study with up to 10 Years of Follow–Up

30. Implant–Supported Fixed Dental Prostheses with CAD/CAM–Fabricated Porcelain Crown and Zirconia–Based Framework

31. Full Zirconia Fixed Detachable Implant–Retained Restorations Manufactured from Monolithic Zirconia: Clinical Report after Two Years in Service

32. Maxillary Full–Arch Immediately Loaded Implant–Supported Fixed Prosthesis Designed and Produced by Photogrammetry and Digital Printing: A Clinical Report

33. Full–Arch, Implant–Supported Monolithic Zirconia Rehabilitations: Pilot Clinical Evaluation of Wear Against Natural or Composite Teeth

34. Double Full–Arch Versus Single Full–Arch, Four Implant–Supported Rehabilitations: A Retrospective, 5–Year Cohort Study

Index

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Nadim Z. Baba, DMD, MSD, FACP, is a Professor and Director at the Hugh Love Center for Research and Education in Technology at Loma Linda University School of Dentistry and maintains a private practice in Glendale, California, USA.

David L. Guichet, DDS, FACP, is Director of Continuing Professional Education for the American College of Prosthodontics and maintains a private practice in Orange, California, USA.

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