Implant Therapy in the Geriatric Patient
Author/Editor: Daniel Wismeijer; Stephen Chen; Daniel Buser (Ed.)
Издадена: юни, 1-st edition 2016
Издателство: Quintessenz Verlags-GmbH
Book, Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 312 pages, 536 images
Dental treatments are used routinely throughout the world to replace missing teeth. With the broadening of treatment options and an increasing number of clinicians who provide implant therapy, it is important to ensure that the treatment methods used meet the highest clinical standards.
The ITI Treatment Guide series is a compendium of evidence-based implant-therapy techniques and procedures for daily practice. Written by renowned clinicians and supported by contributions from expert practitioners, the ITI Treatment Guides provide a comprehensive overview of various clinical options. The management of different clinical situations is discussed with an emphasis on sound diagnostics, evidencebased treatment concepts, and predictable treatment outcomes with minimal risk to the patient.
After a very successful series of eight previous treatment guides, it seems logical to think about our patients as they grow older and may become frail and more dependent on care. Volume 9 of the ITI Treatment Guide attests to the ITI’s holistic approach to implant dentistry and to its professional responsibility for patients who have aged with implant-supported restorations in place, as well as for patients at a more advanced age who, until late in life, can benefit from the progress we have made in terms of the materials and techniques that present-day implant dentistry has to offer.
The forthcoming Volume 10 of the ITI Treatment Guide series goes back to the roots by describing current treatment modalities and materials for implant treatment in the esthetic zone.
Table of Contents:
Chapter 01: Introduction – F. Müller, S. Barter
Chapter 02: Implant Treatment in Old Age: Literature Review – S. Barter, F. Müller
Chapter 03: Aging: a Biological, Social, and Economic Challenge – F. Müller
Chapter 04: The Benefits of Implant-supported Prostheses in the Elderly Patient – F. Müller
Chapter 05: Medical Considerations for Dental Implant Therapy in the Elderly Patient – S. Barter
Chapter 06: Features of Removable Prostheses for the Old – F. Müller
Chapter 07: Implants and Partial-denture Design – F. Müller
Chapter 08: Implant-supported Overdentures for the Edentulous Patient – F. Müller
Chapter 09: Surgical Considerations in the Aging Patient – S. Barter
Chapter 10: Oral Hygiene in Geriatric Implant Patients – F. Müller
Chapter 11: The Ailing Patient – F. Müller
Chapter 12: Management of Technical and Biological Complications – S. Barter
Chapter 13: Clinical Case Presentations:
• Improving an Existing Implant-supported Denture in an Alzheimer Patient with Bipolar Affective Disorder with Moderate Depression and Dementia – U. Webersberger
• Maxillary Complete Denture and Mandibular Overdenture on Two Implants with Universal Design – R. Leesungbok
• Improving a Centenarian’s Quality of Life – M. Schimmel
• Oral Rehabilitation of an Elderly Edentulous Patient with Osteoarthritis Using an Implant-supported Mandibular Prosthesis with Locator Abutments – G. McKenna
• Maxillary Implant-supported Full-arch Removable Dental Prostheses for a Geriatric Patient: Sequencing the Treatment for an Optimal Outcome – A. Dickinson
• Mandibular Overdenture Supported by a CAD/CAM-milled Bar with Long Distal Extensions on Two Conventionally Loaded Implants – M. Srinivasan
• Flapless Guided Surgery: Bar-supported Overdenture on Four Implants – R. J. Renting
• Prosthodontic Solution for Two Angulated 6-mm Implants Supporting a Removable Partial Denture in a 74-year-old Patient – U. Webersberger
• Rehabilitation of a Mandibular Distal Extension Situation in a 89-year-old Patient with an Implant-supported Fixed Dental Prosthesis – D. Buser
• Minimally Invasive Treatment of a Patient in Her Nineties After Removing Implants Affected by Severe Peri-implantitis – M. Roccuzzo
• Implant-retained Rehabilitation after Mandibular Rim Resection – S. Shahdad
• Four Immediately Loaded Mini-implants Supporting a Mandibular Overdenture – S. Esfandiari
Chapter 14: Conclusions – S. Barter, F. Müller
Chapter 15: References
Author/Editor: Christoph T. Sliwowski
Dr. Christoph T. Sliwowski, Implantology specialist and head of Zahnimplantat-Klinik Düsseldorf, has developed a dental prosthetic system (SOS), that provides the toothless lower jaw with a fixed but removable dental prosthesis. This patented SOS system is unique and beneficial for you: with SOS, ill-fitting and loose prostheses, as well as long and painful treatment periods and high costs are a thing of the past.
The bar-based retention system developed by Dr. Christoph T. Sliwowski enables the surgeon to prepare full dentures, in cases of edentulousmandibles, stabilized on a prefabricated bar fixed on two implants. Theimplants are inserted in a flapless approach with the use of a surgicaltemplate prepared based on CT modelling. Such implantation enablea dentist to immediately fix dentures sparing the trouble related toprolonged time for the preparation of individual fixing components. Atechnical solution that makes the afore-described technique possibleinvolves the use of a set of two matching elements: the bar and its casing.The bar is fixed on the implants, whereas the casing is mounted in thedenture base.
more information: HERE
Dr Christoph Sliwowski manages the Zahnimplantat-Klinik Düsseldorf since its inception in 2010. He practices as a dentist in Germany since 1987. From 1998 until 2008 he was head physician of the department of implantology at Zahnklinik Rhein-Ruhr. The patent for the Sliwowski Overdenture System was awarded to him in 2008. He authored several specialist books (german, english and polish, see specialist books) and is member of a number of implantologist societies (EAO, DGI, DGZI, DZOI, BDIZ-EDI, OSIS-EDI, ICOI). He acts as Vice President of the Polish Medical Society in Germany.
From Multiplanar Cephalometry to Guided Navigation in Implantology
Author/Editor: Giovanna Perrotti; Tiziano Testori; Massimiliano Politi
Издадена: март 2016
Издателство: Quintessenza Edizioni S.r.l.
Book, Hardcover, 21.5 x 28.5 cm, 560 pages, 1.277 images
Раздели: Implantology, Radiology and Photography, General Dentistry
Three-dimensional (3D) digital radiology has given clinicians the opportunity to perform diagnoses and to plan treatments in dentistry and maxillofacial surgery with greater awareness and accuracy than with conventional two-dimensional radiology. The use of the third dimension and the feasibility of reconstructing the volume of a skeletal area under investigation has opened new frontiers, not only in diagnosis and treatment, but also in education, allowing one to computer-simulate the steps of future surgical procedures.
This textbook aims to provide basic information in volumetric radiology, which is necessary for its correct and rational use, following well-defined internationally acknowledged protocols. The various chapters outline the indications for prescribing 3D scans and explain the wealth of information available from proper image processing. There is a clear and synthetic overview of all dental fields in which cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) can be applied, from orthodontics to implantology, periodontology, endodontics, and temporomandibular disorders, so as to provide the reader with useful guidance in clinical practice.
Great attention has been devoted to the quality of images so as to reproduce as truly as possible the resolution of radiologic images obtained by using dedicated software to process Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine (DICOM) files. This is an important aspect, as the reader can understand how the use of DICOM files is closely linked to the application of technical processing tools from simple viewers to more complex software products. Starting from DICOM files, images are processed and used for planning treatment as it happens in 3D cephalometry, in programming osteotomy procedures, and in guided implant surgery.
A considerable part of the textbook is devoted to cephalometric diagnostics and the outlining of a new approach in the anthropometric and esthetic analysis. 3D cephalometry is made possible because of the in-depth knowledge of the anatomy provided by 3D radiologic scans. The textbook also includes an anatomical-radiologic atlas with detailed points in bones and soft tissues so as to develop a cephalometric project.
Broad space has been given to investigating the anatomy of the airways for clinical applications: a section describes the structure of the maxillary sinus and its relation to clinical surgery. An extensive chapter covers implant planning and guided surgery, themes that are very topical and of great clinical interest.
This publishing project reconciles the objectives of a textbook for students and a valuable tool for continuous education of professionals with clinical experience. I hope this book can be a useful educational tool, helping clinicians to better treat their patients after they have been entrusted with their oral health.
Chapter 01. Basic Principles for the Use of CBCT in Dentistry: • Principles of Digital Radiology • Computed Tomography • Image Postprocessing
Chapter 02. Changes in Basal Bones from Infancy to Senescence: • Growth and Development of Facial Bones in 3D Images • Theories on Control of Craniofacial Growth • Bone Resorption and Atrophy of the Basal Bone • Implant Therapy and Craniofacial Growth
Chapter 03. Systematic CBCT Analysis of the Maxilla and Mandible: • Radiologic and Clinical Anatomy of the Maxilla • Radiologic and Clinical Anatomy of the Mandible • Clinical Examples
Chapter 04. Evolution of Cephalometry: • Concepts of Cephalometry • Dysgnathic Presentations in 3D
Chapter 05. Atlas of Cephalometric Landmarks: • Introduction to Cephalometry • Atlas of Skeletal Landmarks • Atlas of Soft Tissue Landmarks
Chapter 06. 3D Analysis of Soft Tissues: • Esthetic Analysis of Soft Tissues Using 3D Cephalometry • Diagnostic 3D Analysis of Soft Tissues with Multiplanar Cephalometric Analysis: Clinical Cases
Chapter 07. 3D Analysis of the Temporomandibular Joint: • Anatomy and Pathology of the TMJ • Radiologic Examinations of the TMJ
Chapter 08. 3D Analysis of Airway Spaces: • Obstructive Sleep Apnea • Risk Factors for Obstruction of the Airways and Development of OSA
Chapter 09. 3D Analysis of Impacted Teeth: • Impaction of the Permanent Maxillary Canine • 3D Imaging and Diagnosis of Impacted Mandibular Third Molars
Chapter 10. CBCT in Periodontology
Chapter 11. CBCT in Endodontics: • Imaging in Endodontics • Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Endodontics
Chapter 12. Computer-Assisted Guided Surgery: Indications and Limitations: • Analysis of Guided-Surgery Systems
Chapter 13. CBCT: Medicolegal Issues
Giovanna Perrotti, DMD, is head of the Orthodontics and Children’s Dentistry Unit at IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi in Milan, Italy. She teaches advanced courses on oral implantology as well as contemporary rehabilitation and reconstructive jaw therapy at the University of Milan. Dr Perrotti has a degree in dentistry and dental prosthetics with a specialization in orthognatodontics. Author of scientific papers on orthodontics and dental diagnostics, she is a member of the editorial boards of Quintessenza Internazionale, International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, Dental Cadmos, and CAD-CAM Digital Dentistry and is the coauthor of two multimedia collections for Med Tutor Odontoiatria (Utet Scienze Mediche, 2008 and 2014).
Prof Tiziano Testori, MD, DDS, FICD, is a fellow in oral and implant surgery at the University of Miami, as well as professor at the Faculty of Dentistry and Dental Prosthetics and head of the Implantology and Oral Rehabilitation Unit at the Dental Clinic in the IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi in Milan, Italy. He received both his degree in medicine (1981) and his PhDs in odontostomatology (1984) and orthognatodontics (1986) from the University of Milan. From 2007 to 2008, Dr Testori was the president of SICOI and has since remained an active member as well as a member of the European Board of Oral Surgery (EFOSS). He serves on the editorial boards for the European Journal of Oral Implantology, International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Implants, and the International Journal of Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry and is the author of several books and 92 papers indexed in PubMed.
Dr Massimiliano Politi, DMD, is an attending physician at the Orthognatodontics Unit of the Dental Clinic of the IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Galeazzi in Milan, Italy and is completing a PhD in orthodontics from the University of Milan. Dr Politi devotes most of his time to research in the field of 3D diagnostics and maintains a private practice limited to orthodontics.
Co-Authors: Francesca Bianchi • Massimo del Fabbro • Giulia Ferrara • Silvia Ferrario • Luca Fumagalli • Fabio Galli • Francesco Grecchi • Giuliana Lorè • Mario Mantovani • Joanna Katarzyna Nowakowska • Andrea Parenti • Lorenzo Pignataro • Grazia Pozzi • Marco Scarpelli • Silvio Tascheri • Alberto Zerbi