Pdf Book Name: Misch’s Contemporary Implant Dentistry 4th Edition Author: Randolph R. Resnik Publisher: Elsevier ISBN-10, 13: 9780323391559, 2020930388 Year: 2020 Pages: 1264 pages Language: English File size: 90 MB File format: PDF,EPUB
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The use of dental implants in the field of dentistry has become a widely acceptable treatment modality to rehabilitate patients with edentulous sites. Dental implant clinicians and researchers continue to dedicate a significant amount of time and resources to the future development of the field. The global dental implant market continues to grow at an unprecedented rate, expected to exceed 7.0 billion by 2024. With an ever-increasing public awareness of the benefits of dental implantology, the popularity of dental implant rehabilitation will continue to increase for the future. A growing number of the population experience partial or complete edentulism, and the dental implant is now the preferred method of choice to replace a single, multiple, or completely edentulous sites. Therefore, it is imperative the dental implant clinician have a strong foundation of the accepted principles for treatment planning, radiographic evaluation, surgical procedures, prosthetic rehabilitation and postoperative care. In the fourth edition of Contemporary Implant Dentistry, the underlying theme of past editions is clearly maintained with respect to the science-based concept of implant dentistry. This new edition is a comprehensive overview of all surgical aspects of implant dentistry, which include eight sections and 42 chapters. Each chapter in this book is specifically written to be related to all other chapters in the text with the concept of consistent and predictable care as the priority. The fourth edition has nearly tripled in size from the first edition written in the early 1990s. New chapters on treatment planning, implant surgery, pharmacology, medical evaluation, immediate placement and immediate loading, bone grafting techniques, Botox and dermal fillers, and the treatment of peri-implant disease have been added to this fourth edition.
The first part of the fourth edition Contemporary Implant Dentistry is related to the scientific basis for dental implants. It presents the rationale for the use of dental implants as inert replacements for missing teeth and why biomechanics play such a significant role in the treatment planning process. A comprehensive outline of the terminology is explained with clear and concise examples. Science based research is used as the basis for discussing implant design and biomaterials, along with the physiologic bone response to these materials. The second part of this book discusses the biomechanical properties which relate to the dental implant process. The pioneering stress theorem concepts postulated by Dr. Carl Misch are the basis for these chapters as the various force factors which dental implants are exposed to are presented. The effects of these forces along with how different implant surfaces relate to the stresses are discussed in detail. Read and download also Contemporary Implant Dentistry 3rd Edition.
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