Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry [Hardback]

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  • ISBN-10: 1119286670
  • ISBN-13: 9781119286677
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 392 pages, height x width x depth: 285x216x22 mm, weight: 1326 g
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  • Izdevniecība: Wiley-Blackwell
  • ISBN-10: 1119286670
  • ISBN-13: 9781119286677
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A comprehensive and highly illustrated reference on current topics in esthetic implant dentistry

Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry contains a wealth of new material offering an up-to-date overview of aesthetic implant therapy from all perspectives. Building on the success of Fundamentals of Esthetic Implant Dentistry,this new book covers immediate implant placement, restoring labial plate defects, peri-implant soft tissue stability, guided bone regeneration and restorative space optimization.

Thoroughly updated to include the latest methods and techniques in esthetic implantology, case studies demonstrate innovative surgical techniques, while anchoring them in solid scientific research. The book offers a protocol for soft tissue amendments around dental implants before, during and after dental implant fixture placement. Readers will learn the physiology of labial plate of bone, the influence of the labial plate of bone to the overall fate of the surgical and prosthetic procedure, and several novel techniques to restore osseous defects in the aesthetic zone. A new chapter offers a solid protocol to predictably diagnose, classify and treat implant related gingival recession.

Step-by-step procedures are illustrated with over 1500 clinical photographs and a companion website hosts videos and follow-up case studies. Comprehensively and thoroughly referenced, Advances in Esthetic Implant Dentistry serves as an indispensable reference to practitioners and students of periodontics, prosthodontics and oral and maxillofacial surgery. 

Foreword xv
List of Contributors xvii
Preface xix
Acknowledgments xxi
1 Modern Trends in Esthetic Implant Therapy 1(26)
1.1 Predictability of Esthetic Implant Therapy
1(1)
1.2 Where We Were
2(2)
1.3 Where We Are Now
4(6)
1.4 The Era of Peri-implant Soft Tissue Optimization
10(1)
1.5 Soft Tissue Bio-characterization and Influence
11(2)
1.6 Role of Interim Restorations
13(2)
1.6.1 Using or Modifying an Existing Prosthesis
14(1)
1.6.2 Removable Partial Dentures
14(1)
1.6.3 Adhesive Bridges
15(1)
1.7 The Value of Patient Records
15(1)
1.8 The Value of Team
16(2)
1.9 Fulfilling Patient Expectations in Esthetic Implant Therapy
18(3)
1.9.1 Ideal Patient-Clinician Relation
18(1)
1.9.2 Hazardous Effects of Poor Dental Practice
19(1)
1.9.3 Financial Resolution
20(1)
References
21(6)
2 Extraoral Clinical Reflections 27(22)
2.1 Value of a Smile to Human Beings
27(2)
2.1.1 Human Face
28(1)
2.2 Smile Art
29(1)
2.3 Smile Pattern
30(2)
2.4 Smile Design
32(2)
2.5 Smile Landmarks
34(3)
2.5.1 Intercommissure Line
34(1)
2.5.2 Smile Arc
35(1)
2.5.3 Vestibular Reveal
36(1)
2.6 The Lip Influence
37(3)
2.7 Teeth Morphology
40(4)
2.7.1 Age
41(2)
2.7.2 Gender
43(1)
2.7.3 Personality
43(1)
2.8 Symmetry
44(2)
References
46(3)
3 Esthetic Outcome of Immediately Implanted and Loaded Implants in the Esthetic Region: A Discussion of Preclinical and Clinical Evidence 49(20)
3.1 Preclinical Evidence
49(11)
3.1.1 Flapless Extraction Surgeries: Basis for Its Use
49(2)
3.1.2 Implant Buccolingual Positioning
51(2)
3.1.3 Jumping Gap and Implant Surface
53(2)
3.1.4 Gap Filling and Implant Coronoapical Positioning
55(5)
3.1.5 Presence and Thickness of the Buccal Bone Plate (Tissue Biotype)
60(1)
3.2 Clinical Evidence
60(6)
References
66(3)
4 Novel Concepts in Restoring Defective Labial Plate of Bone in Immediate Implant Therapy 69(68)
4.1 Introduction
69(3)
4.1.1 Treatment Benefits of Immediate Implant Placement in the Esthetic Zone
69(2)
4.1.1.1 Reduced Treatment Time
70(1)
4.1.1.2 Improved Patient Acceptance
70(1)
4.1.1.3 Better Esthetics
70(1)
4.1.2 Treatment Complications with Immediate Implant Placement
71(1)
4.1.2.1 Facial Recession
71(1)
4.1.2.2 Dropped Facial Contours
71(1)
4.1.2.3 Poor Esthetics and Tissue Discoloration
72(1)
4.2 Reasons for Inconsistent Outcome with Immediate Implant Placement
72(12)
4.2.1 Lack of Diagnostic Tools
72(4)
4.2.2 Reduced Levels of Technical Skills
76(2)
4.2.3 Accuracy of Positioning of the Implant
78(1)
4.2.4 Nature of the Labial Plate of Bone
78(1)
4.2.5 Influence of Implant Fixture Diameter
79(3)
4.2.6 Risk Factors
82(2)
4.2.6.1 Socket Trauma
82(2)
4.3 Arbitrary Flapless Implant Fixture Installation
84(11)
4.3.1 The Effect of Loading Protocol
88(1)
4.3.2 The Influence of Socket Related Pathology
89(4)
4.3.3 Discussion
93(2)
4.4 Socket Preservation Therapy
95(3)
4.5 Novel Concepts to Treat Defective Labial Plate of Bone
98(28)
4.5.1 Block Autografts
98(2)
4.5.2 Fitted Autogenous Bone Veneers
100(6)
4.5.3 Using Monocortical Allografts
106(4)
4.5.4 Using Guided Tissue Regeneration
110(4)
4.5.5 Socket Repair Kit
114(3)
4.5.6 Composite Grafts
117(9)
4.6 Conclusion
126(2)
References
128(9)
5 Peri-implant Tissue Stability: Prevalence, Etiology, Prevention, and Treatment 137(60)
5.1 Introduction
137(1)
5.2 Prevalence of Implant Related Tissue Migration
138(1)
5.3 Factors that Lead to Implant-related Gingival Recession
139(14)
5.3.1 Background
139(1)
5.3.2 Physiologic Factors
140(8)
5.3.2.1 Influence of Thickness of the Labial Plate of Bone
140(1)
5.3.2.2 Influence of Tissue Phenotype
141(3)
5.3.2.3 Influence of the Underlying Periosteum
144(2)
5.3.2.4 The Influence of the Immediate Implant Placement on Alveolar Bone Remodeling
146(1)
5.3.2.5 Other Related Factors
147(1)
5.3.3 Technical Factors
148(7)
5.3.3.1 Implant Positioning Errors
148(1)
5.3.3.2 The Influence of the Implant Collar Design
149(1)
5.3.3.3 The Influence of the Provisional and Prosthetic Designs
150(2)
5.3.3.4 Miscellaneous Factors
152(1)
5.4 Classification of Implant-related Gingival Recession
153(1)
5.5 Recession Scoring Template
154(1)
5.6 Treatment of Implant-related Gingival Recession
155(32)
5.6.1 Preventive Treatment Options
155(10)
5.6.1.1 Innovative Implant-related Designs
155(2)
5.6.1.2 Thickness Doubling of the Labial Tissue Volume
157(8)
5.6.1.3 Subcrestal Implant Placement
165(1)
5.6.2 Treatment for Class I Recession
165(4)
5.6.3 Treatment for Class II Recession
169(9)
5.6.4 Treatment for Class III Recession
178(9)
5.7 Conclusion
187(1)
References
187(10)
6 Revisiting Guided Bone Regeneration in the Esthetic Zone 197(50)
Rawad Samarani
6.1 Introduction
197(1)
6.2 Biological Rationale and Historic Overview
197(1)
6.3 Surgical Protocol and Special Considerations for the Esthetic Zone
198(32)
6.3.1 Flap Design
198(3)
6.3.1.1 Incisions at the Edentulous Site
198(1)
6.3.1.2 Incisions at the Adjacent Teeth and Vertical Releasing Incisions
199(1)
6.3.1.3 Flap Advancement
199(2)
6.3.2 Recipient Site Preparation
201(7)
6.3.3 Bone Graft and Membrane Placement
208(21)
6.3.4 Sutures
229(1)
6.4 Revisiting the Barrier Membranes and the Bone Grafts
230(7)
6.4.1 Barrier Membranes
230(3)
6.4.1.1 Non-resorbable Membranes
230(1)
6.4.1.2 Resorbable Membranes
230(3)
6.4.2 Bone Grafts
233(5)
6.4.2.1 Autogenous Bone Grafts
233(1)
6.4.2.2 Allografts
234(1)
6.4.2.3 Xenografts
235(2)
6.4.2.4 Alloplasts
237(1)
6.4.2.5 Combining Different Bone Substitutes
237(1)
6.4.2.6 Potential Use of Growth Factors
237(1)
6.5 Soft Tissue Corrections after GBR Procedures in the Esthetic Zone
237(1)
6.6 Complications
238(1)
6.6.1 Wound Dehiscence and Material Exposure
238(1)
6.6.1.1 PTFE membranes
238(1)
6.6.1.2 Resorbable membranes
239(1)
6.6.2 Neurological Complications
239(1)
6.7 Conclusion
239(1)
References
239(8)
7 Perfecting Implant Related Esthetic via Using Optimum Surgical Guides 247(16)
Giampiero Ciabattoni
Alessandro Acocella
Roberto Sacco
7.1 Introduction
247(1)
7.2 Conventional Guided Implant Placement: Clinical and Surgical Planning
248(7)
7.2.1 Pre-surgical and Virtual Planning
248(5)
7.2.2 Surgical Procedure
253(2)
7.3 Post-extractive Guided Implant Placement: Clinical and Surgical Procedure
255(4)
7.3.1 Pre-surgical and Virtual Planning
256(2)
7.3.2 Surgical Procedure
258(1)
References
259(4)
8 Restorative Space & Implant Position Optimization 263(38)
8.1 Restorative Space Management
263(1)
8.2 Loss of Restorative Space
263(1)
8.3 Magnitude of Restorative Space
264(1)
8.3.1 Horizontal Space Component
264(1)
8.3.2 Vertical Space Component
265(1)
8.4 Methods to Optimize Deficient Horizontal Space
265(4)
8.4.1 Enameloplasty/Coronoplasty
265(1)
8.4.2 The Use of Narrow Diameter Implants
266(1)
8.4.3 Orthodontic Movement
266(3)
8.5 Methods to Optimize Vertical Space Insufficiency
269(7)
8.5.1 Orthodontic Management
269(4)
8.5.1.1 Excessive Space
269(2)
8.5.1.2 Management of Deficient Vertical Restorative Space
271(2)
8.5.1.3 Screw-retained Abutments
273(1)
8.5.2 Crown Lengthening
273(2)
8.5.3 Osseous Crest Management
275(1)
8.5.4 Distraction Osteogenesis (for Optimization Excessive Vertical Space)
275(1)
8.6 Factors Influencing Implant Positioning
276(12)
8.6.1 The Grip
276(1)
8.6.2 Accuracy of the Surgical Guide
276(1)
8.6.3 Sharpness of the Cutting Flutes of the Drills
277(1)
8.6.4 The Use of Positioning Devices
277(1)
8.6.5 The Use of Computerized Navigation Surgery
277(1)
8.6.6 Implant Morphology and Design
278(2)
8.6.7 Implant Positioning Rationale
280(21)
8.6.7.1 Mesiodistal Position
281(1)
8.6.7.2 Implant Angulation Rationale
282(4)
8.6.7.3 Axial Positioning Rationale
286(2)
8.7 Treatment of Malposed Implants
288(8)
References
296(5)
9 Treatment Complications and Failures with Dental Implants 301(58)
9.1 Introduction
301(4)
9.1.1 Implant Failure Terms
302(3)
9.2 Prevalence of Implant-related Treatment Complications
305(1)
9.3 Anatomical Related Treatment Complications
306(2)
9.4 Predictability of Regenerative Materials and Techniques
308(42)
9.4.1 Etiology of Bone Grafting Complications
309(9)
9.4.1.1 Soft Tissue Influence on the Regenerative Therapy Outcome
309(5)
9.4.1.2 Influential Factors to Wound Healing
314(3)
9.4.1.3 Management of Mucoperiosteal Flap Dehiscence
317(1)
9.4.2 Treatment Complications with the Use of Autografts
318(9)
9.4.2.1 Donor Site Complications
320(1)
9.4.2.2 Recipient Site Complications
320(7)
9.4.3 Complications with Allographs
327(7)
9.4.3.1 Inconsistent Regenerative Outcome and Questionable Osteoinduction
329(5)
9.4.4 Complications with Alloplasts
334(2)
9.4.5 Complications with Titanium Mesh
336(2)
9.4.6 Predictable Guidelines for Regenerative Procedure
338(12)
9.4.6.1 Identify the Nature of the Defect
338(2)
9.4.6.2 Predict the Host Response
340(6)
9.4.6.3 Optimal Soft Tissue Management and Closure
346(1)
9.4.6.4 Stability and Space Making for Graft Material
347(1)
9.4.6.5 Selection of Suitable Regenerative Approach & Material
348(2)
References
350(9)
Index 359
The author Dr. Abdelsalam Elaskary is the owner of the Elaksary & Associates Institute and Clinic for Dental Implants and Oral Reconstruction in Alexandria; the current President of the Arab Society of Oral Implantology in Cairo, Egypt and a visiting lecturer at the University of New York (NYU) in New York City, New York, USA.