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A valuable reference for everyone involved in implant placement or implant restoration. 18 chapters from diagnosis to oral hygiene maintenance, 950+ photographs, over 40 videos, end of chapter self-assessment quizzes and 1,000+ scientific and literature references.

Radiology
Digital workflow
CAD/CAM

consensus

Discover the findings of the consensus conference on “Complications of implant-based treatments”.

Radiology
Implant designs
Implant surfaces
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Patient cases

A 55-year-old female patient with missing maxillary premolars, class IV recession on the adjacent tooth, pneumatized sinus. She was treated with simultaneous sinus elevation, implant placement, guided bone regeneration, and soft tissue grafting.

Radiology
Posterior implants
Implants in compromised sites
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Videos

Dr. Albrektsson reviews the success and failure of oral implants related to patient influences, surgical techniques, implant designs and the locations of implant placement. The literature behind the success of the Ti-Unite surface oral implants is reviewed demonstrating the long-te

Implant designs
Implant surfaces
Immediate implant placement
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Videos

Sinus grafting is recognized as an effective treatment modality with high implant survival rates having been reported. The lateral approach technique entails opening a lateral window in the bone and elevating the sinus membrane from the inferior aspect of the maxillary sinus so...

Sinus augmentation
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Videos

Sinus graft surgery can be performed as either a one-stage or a two-stage approach.

 

The decisive factor in choosing a simultaneous approach (one-stage surgery) over a delayed approach (two-stage surgery) typically is based on two factors: 1.) the amount of remaining alveola

Sinus augmentation
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Videos

Sinus graft surgery can be performed as either a one-stage or a two-stage approach.

 

With the single-stage surgery, the bone grafting and implant placement are performed in one surgery with the graft placed first, followed by implant placement. In the case of a two-stage surge

Posterior implants
Implants in compromised sites
Sinus augmentation
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Videos

The compromised jaw bone is mainly discussed in terms of expected problems and failures in relation to oral implant treatment. Rightly so, but it should be defined on various levels, implying:

-Interfering with the implant placement procedure, thus presenting with poor bone volume,...

Implant designs
Implant surfaces
Peri-implantitis
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Videos

The fourth dimension of surgical reconstruction with implants involves development of an adjusted surgical protocol, which is time dependent and accounts for normal physiological changes of the skull and face. Previous treatment in 3-D did not address the possibilities of these dyn...

Implant designs
Implant surfaces
Immediate implant placement
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Videos

Unstable soft tissue seal at implants favors an inflammatory reaction that can lead to facial recession, pocket formation and loss of bone support. The more stable and tight the soft tissue seal, the more predictable the outcome of implant rehabilitation. A major criterion influenc

CAD/CAM
Anterior implants
Posterior implants
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Videos

Rehabilitation with implants in the posterior maxilla is challenging due to the rapid reduction of the available bone which is the result of physiological resorption of the alveolar process together with increased pneumatisation of the maxillary sinus. Augmentation of the sinus...

Implant designs
Posterior implants
Implants in compromised sites
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Videos

In this presentation different ways to treat severe cases will be presented. The presentation will focus on the rationale and long term results for sinus elevation and implant placement in the extremely resorbed maxillae.

 

 

Dr. Patrick Palac

Radiology
Immediate implant placement
Posterior implants
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Videos

Dental implant treatments are constantly evolving in order to improve harmonious esthetic integration. This lecture will focus on a new concept, On1, allowing biological advantages in the fragile soft-tissue implant /restoration interface. Avoiding disturbance of the biologic space...

Prosthetic strategies
Prosthetic materials
Implant prosthetics
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Videos

A key aspect of performance assessment is that a system is only as strong as its weakest link, and that the performance of any component depends not only on the component itself, but also on its interactions within the system. The interface between implant and abutment is critical...

CAD/CAM
Prosthetic materials
Implant prosthetics
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Videos

Implants have become the preferred method for the replacement of missing teeth, due in no small part to the high success rate that accompanies this procedure. There are challenges, however, that can complicate or delay osseointegration. For example, the patient population seeking...

Success & failure