Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery
Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery offers busy practitioners quick access to all the essential information needed for successful dental implant surgery—from case selection to radiographic examination, scrub-in to post-operative care. How-to information in a concise, spiral-bound, quick-access format Concrete guidelines for common scenarios before, during, and after surgery Numerous charts, tables, checklists, and callouts An abundance of stunning, full-color photographs illustrating key points covered Text boxes containing clinical recommendations to help facilitate quick navigation
About the Author xi Preface and Introduction xiii Case Selection and Diagnosis 1 Part A: Medical Consideration in Implant Dentistry 1 1 Commonly Ordered Blood Tests in Implant Dentistry 1 2 ASA Classifications 3 3 Medical Conditions 4 4 Recommendations for Medical Consideration in Implant Dentistry 6 Part B: Radiographic Examination and Imaging Modalities 8 1 Imaging Strategies 8 2 Radiographic Examination and Imaging Modalities 12 3 Principles of Imaging for Dental Implant Assessment, with Recommendations 15 Part C: Surgical Stents 20 1 SurgicalStentTypes 20 2 Comparison of Surgical Stents 24 3 Recommendations 25 References 25 Surgical Principles and Protocols 27 Part A: Scrubbing and Gowning 27 1 Preparation Prior to Surgical Scrub 27 2 Surgical Scrubbing Methods 27 3 Steps for Surgical Scrubbing 28 4 DryingtheHands 28 5 Gowning 28 6 De-gowning 30 7 Recommendations 30 Part B: Surgical Report 30 1 Principles 30 2 Recommendations 30 Part C: Commonly Used Medications in Implant Dentistry 31 1 Pain Management 31 2 Antibacterial Infection 32 3 Sinus Bacterial Infection 32 4 Xerostomia 33 5 Recommendations 35 References 35 Surgical Treatment 37 Part A: Immediate Implants 37 1 Classification 37 2 Procedure 39 3 General Advantages and Disadvantages 39 4 Complications and Treatment 40 5 Immediate Loading 40 6 Immediate Loading: When To? 40 7 Recommendations 40 Part B: Sinus Augmentation 43 1 MaxillarySinusAnatomy 43 2 Anatomical Considerations 44 3 Procedure Steps 44 4 Recommendations for Complications 47 Part C: Ridge Augmentation 47 1 Soft Tissue Augmentation 47 2 OnlayGrafts 51 3 Titanium Straps, Cores, and Screws 51 4 TitaniumMesh, Distraction Osteogenesis, J Block, and Ridge Expansion 55 5 Membranes 55 6 Recommendations 56 Part D: Extraction Socket Preservation 56 1 Advantages 56 2 Steps for Good Extraction Socket Development 57 3 Complications 57 4 Recommendations 57 Part E: Suture Materials 58 1 Monofilament and Multifilament Sutures 58 2 Absorbable and Non-absorbable Sutures 59 3 Natural and Synthetic Sutures 59 4 Recommendations 60 References 61 Corrective Implant Surgery 63 Part A: Clinical Recommendations for the Prevention and Treatment of Peri-implant Disease 63 Part B: Peri-implantitis Treatment Recommendations 64 References 71 Errors and Complications 73 Part A: Diagnosis of Complications 73 Part B: Surgical Errors 73 1 Early Implant Failure 73 2 Late Implant Failure 74 Part C: Prosthetic Errors 74 Part D: The Checklist 74 1 Basic Implant Placement 74 References 75 Communication 77 Part A: Sample Consents 77 1 Endosseous Implant Consent 77 2 Maxillary Sinus Augmentation Consent 81 3 Conscious Sedation Consent 83 4 Dental Extraction Consent 84 5 Ridge Augmentation Consent 86 6 Bisphosphonates Consent 88 7 BiopsyConsent 89 8 Blank Consent Form 90 9 Gingivectomy Consent 91 10 Gingival Augmentation Consent 92 Part B: Sample Surgical Report 94 Part C: Sample Postoperative Instructions and How to Clean Implants 95 Part D: Sample Patient Letters 98 Part E: Sample Letters to Physicians 99 Part F: Sample Letters to Referring Dentists 99 Index 101
The Author Mohamed A. Maksoud, DMD, is board certified by the American Board of Implantology/Implant Dentistry and diplomate of the International Congress of Oral Implantology, and is part of the Department of Oral Medicine Infection and Immunity of Harvard University School of Dental Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery offers busy practitioners quick access to all the essential information needed for successful dental implant surgery—from case selection to radiographic examination, scrub-in to post operative care. It has been carefully designed to be used while the patient is in the chair and follows a concise, easy-to-use format. It features numerous call-outs, text boxes, charts, tables, and checklists, along with a wealth of beautifully rendered full-color photographs and illustrations. And its spiral binding allows you to keep it open and lying flat to a particular page or section of interest, making it the ideal patient-side resource. Emphasizing the whys and hows of dental implant surgery, Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery provides: How-to information in a concise, spiral-bound, quick-access format Concrete guidelines for common scenarios before, during, and after surgery Numerous charts, tables, checklists, and callouts An abundance of stunning, full-color photographs illustrating key points covered Text boxes containing clinical recommendations to help facilitate quick navigation Quick Reference to Dental Implant Surgery is an essential working resource for busy practitioners who place dental implants, including general dentists and specialists such as implantologists and prosthodontists. It is also a valuable supplementary guide for dental students training to perform dental implant surgery.