Implantology - Имплантология
Author/Editor: William V. Giannobile; Niklaus P. Lang; Maurizio S. Tonetti (Ed.)
Издадена: 1-st edition 2014
Издателство: Quintessenz Verlags-GmbH
Book, Hardcover, 328 pages, 230 images
Important goals of clinical research include the development of study goals, research design methodology and outcome measures. Proper articulation of these goals will lead to the determination of the outcomes of safety, efficacy and/or effectiveness of new dental drugs, biologics, devices or procedures to improve patient care.
This book guides researchers in creating protocols that lead to meaningful outcomes in oral and maxillofacial tissue regeneration. This text is written by a group of eminent investigators with expertise in all facets of clinical research from methodology to clinical protocols. Covered topics include oral/maxillofacial imaging, histomorphometry, examiner calibration, good clinical practice, ridge augmentation, soft/hard tissue grafting, sinus augmentation and periodontal regeneration protocols. This text is an essential reference guide for clinical researchers engaged in research in oral tissue regeneration.
Part I General Aspects in Clinical Research
01 Research Designs and Hierarchies of Evidence – Ian Needleman
02 Regulatory and Good Clinical Practice Aspects in Clinical Practice – Gudrun Denke
03 Ethical Aspects in Clinical Research – Klaus Peter Rippe
04 Development of a Clinical Research Protocol – Maurizio S. Tonetti
05 Management of a Clinical Study – Jeanie Suvan
06 Authorship and Publication of Clinical Research Findings – William V. Giannobile
Part II Tools for Preparation, Conduction and Analysis of a Clinical Study
07 Endpoints in Oral and Maxillofacial Regeneration Clinical Trials – Mariano Sanz, Fabio Vignoletti
08 Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) for Implant Dentistry and Oral Tissue Regeneration – Colman McGrath
09 Examiner Standardization and Calibration for Oral and Periodontal Regenerative Studies – Hatice Hasturk, MaryAnn Cugini
10 Statistical Analysis for Clinical Studies – Jürg Hüsler
11 Analytical Methods – Dieter D. Bosshardt, Erika Benavides, Hector F. Rios, Alpdogan Kantarci, Niklaus P. Lang, Jie Han, Christina Sim, David Schneider, Sven Mühlemann, Goran Benic, Irena Sailer
Part III Study Protocols for Specific Indications
12 Clinical Research Protocols for Indications in Dental Regeneration – Pierpaolo Cortellini, Suzanne Mason, Feng Wang, Darnell Kaigler, Nikos Donos, Nikos Mardas, Isabella Rocchietta, David Nisand, Massimo Simion, Gustavo Avila-Ortiz, Pablo Galindo-Moreno, Giovanni E. Salvi, Dieter D. Bosshardt, Niklaus P. Lang, Lisa J.A. Heitz-Mayfield, Michael K. McGuire, Anton Sculean, Sofia Aroca, Daniel S. Thoma, Ronald E. Jung
William Giannobile is the Najjar Endowed Professor of Dentistry and Biomedical Engineering at the School of Dentistry and College of Engineering at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. The past-president of the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation, he is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Dental Research, the official journal of the International Association of Dental Research.
Niklaus P. Lang is Emeritus Professor of the University of Berne, Switzerland. He is also Honorary Professor at the Universities of Zurich, Hong Kong and University College, UK. Moreover he is the Editor-in-Chief of the Clinical Oral Implants Research journal.
Maurizio S. Tonetti is Executive Director of the European Research Group on periodontology. He owns a private practice limited to Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, in Genova, Italy, and is also Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Clinical Periodontology.
Authors: Otto Zuhr; Marc Hürzeler
Издадена: 1-st edition 2014
Издателство: Quintessenz Verlags-GmbH
PAL + NTSC, Total runtime: 130 minutes
Раздели: Implantology, Oral Surgery, Periodontics
The DVD-Video covers the following topics as E-Learning Lessions presented by the authors Otto Zuhr and Marc Hürzeler.
Pre-Operative Soft Tissue Management
• Which clinician should consider pre-operative soft tissue improvements?
• Are there different opinions about the functional versus the esthetic sites?
• How can it be achieved clinically?
• What materials could be used?
Peri-Operative Soft Tissue Management
• What is the key for success during peri-operative soft tissue management?
• How can the clinician influence the healing potential?
• What do we need to consider in the functional area and esthetic zone?
Post-Operative Soft Tissue Management
• What are the requirements for a well-functioning peri-implant mucosa?
• How can these requirements be achieved clinically?
• Implant uncoverage in the upper and lower posterior area?
• What are the requirements for the peri-implant mucosa in esthetic areas?
• How can these r equirements be achieved clinically?
• What kind of technique can be used in a given clinical situation?
• Implant uncoverage in esthetic areas – A step by step procedure.
Total runtime: 130 minutes
An additional membercard including access code accompanies the DVD and guarantees free access to www.dental-campus.com for 3 months.
DENTAL CAMPUS PROVIDES:
• State-of-the-art knowledge in implant dentistry
• Users with skills to transform new knowledge directly into solid treatment know-how
• Highly advanced didactic concepts
• Well-structured, high quality contents
• Outstanding practical value
Author/Editor: Skander Ellouze; François Darque
Who, in the course of orthodontic treatment, has not been faced with the harsh reality of lost anchorage?
What orthodontist has not wished to have the ability to control orthodontic tooth movement in every type of situation in order to focus exclusively on the treatment aims?
Within this book are the keys to success!
More than any other innovation, mini-screw implants have made a major contribution in recent years to the ongoing development of orthodontic concepts.
For the first time, it is possible to overcome the limitations related to anchorage, avoid the need for patient cooperation, and offer new treatment options that were unthinkable just a few years ago.
Drawing on the early pioneering work of teams such as the one led by Kyung, and by increasing the number of indications, the authors very quickly came to define mini-screw-supported biomechanical protocols for every type of malocclusion.
Today, a deeper understanding of their impact on diagnosis, treatment strategies, and biomechanics is enabling these new treatment modalities to become even more effective. Clearly defined indications, codified protocols, and reproducible therapeutic efficacy and clinical results have now turned mini-screws into a full-fledged treatment system.
Contents PART I Chapter 1. Choosing the mini-implant Chapter 2. Mini-implant placement techniques Chapter 3. The biomechanics of mini‑implants Part II Chapter 4. Maxillary molar distalization Chapter 5. Mandibular molar distalization Chapter 6. Molar protraction Chapter 7. Orthodontic management of arch asymmetries using miniimplants Chapter 8. Molar vertical control in hyperdivergent patients and in skeletal open bites Chapter 9. Mini-implant-assisted expansion Chapter 10. Management of mini‑implant-supported multidisciplinary treatments The evidence regarding mini-implant-driven orthodontics Conclusion Index