Bone Biology, Harvesting, Grafting for Dental Implants: Rationale and Clinical Applications

Quintessence Publishing Company, 2004 - 279 pagina's
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Many patients who are otherwise ideal candidates for implant therapy lack sufficient alveolar bone to support dental implants. This book presents all facets of bone augmentation in preparation for implant placement, including techniques for harvesting bone from the ramus, the anterior mandible, and the tibia; the various types of bone-grafting materials and their indications; step-by-step procedures for grafting the maxillary sinus and anterior alveolar ridge and for subnasal elevation and augmentation; and guidelines for the use of adjuncts such as platelet-rich plasma to enhance healing and predictability. Practitioners of implant dentistry at all levels will learn much from this book.

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Bone Grafting for dental implants

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This is is great for purposes to those practioners wanting to do more types of dental implant surgeries. It gives a nice and concise description of various bone grafting techniques as well as ratings ... Volledige recensie lezen

Over de auteur (2004)

Arun K. Garg is a professor of surgery in the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the University of Miami School of Medicine, where he also serves as director of the Center for Dental Implants.

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