Turn to this new third edition for consistent outcomes on even your most complex implant cases! World-renowned dental implantologist Carl E. Misch gives you expert advice and guidance on the various surgical approaches to placing implants in the revision of his best-selling classic. Over 1,000 full-color illustrations depict details of implants, related materials, and surgical procedures, while well-known contributors (Mohamed Sharawy, Martha Warren Bidez, Adriano Piatelli, and others) share a wealth of knowledge in their respective fields. This third edition provides an excellent opportunity for you to develop and refine your skills and experience more consistent, predictable clinical outcomes.
- Thorough explanations of the rationale for implants and their specific characteristics discuss why different options work better for different patients; the rationale behind implant materials and sizes; and the overall science of osteointegrated implants – providing a full understanding of how implants behave under certain circumstances and how to make the best choices for implant patients.
- Chapter on Diagnostic Imaging and Techniques focuses on the latest technology available to determine patient conditions, familiarizing you with recent advances and how they apply to treatment planning principles.
- Section on Treatment Planning discusses the rationales for implant placement, variables in implants and patient conditions, and the four degrees of jaw bone density, Dr. Misch’s best-known criterion for successful implant placement.
- Prepares you for actual treatment by reviewing scientific fundamentals such as applied anatomy, biomechanical principles, current biomaterials, prevention and management of dental infections, and pharmacologic considerations.
- Surgical procedure chapters are of benefit to the implant surgeon and are critical to the restoring dentist who wants to better understand and appreciate surgical concepts.
Part I: Diagnosis and Rationale
1. Rationale for Dental Implants
2. Generic Root Form Component Terminology
3. Diagnostic Imaging and Techniques
4. A Stress Theorem for Implant Dentistry
5. Prosthetic Options in Implant Dentistry
6. Treatment Planning: Force Factors Related to Patient Conditions
7. Bone Density: A Key Determinant for Treatment Planning
8. Treatment Plans Related to Key Implant Positions and Implant Number
9. Implant Body Size: A Biomechanical and Esthetic Rationale
10. Available Bone and Dental Implant Treatment Plans
11. Scientific Rationale for Implant Design
Part II: Treatment Planning
12. Pre-Implant Prosthodontics for the Partially Edentulous Patient: (1) Overall Evaluation, (2) Specific Criteria, and (3) Pretreatment Prostheses
13. Diagnostic Casts and Surgical Templates
14. The Edentulous Mandible: An Organized Approach from Implant Supported Overdenture to Fixed Prosthesis
15. The Completely Edentulous Mandible: Treatment Plans for Fixed Restorations
16. Single Tooth Replacement: Treatment Options
17. Maxillary Arch Implant Considerations: Fixes and Overdenture Prosthesis
18. Treatment Planning for the Edentulous Posterior Maxilla
19. Classifications of Edentulous Arches
Part III: Fundamental Science
20. Medical Evaluation of the Dental Implant Patient
21. Pharmacologic Considerations / Oral Sedation
22. Applied Anatomy
23. Spread of Dental Infection – Head and Neck
26. Bone Physiology and Metabolism
27. Dental Implant Surfaces: A Review
28. Tissue Engineering Bone Response to Mechanical Loads
Part IV: Implant Surgery
29. Density of Bone: Effect on Surgical Approach and Healing
30. Posterior Single Tooth Rep
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Clinical Professor and Director, Oral Implant Dentistry, Temple University, Kornberg School of Dentistry, Department of Periodontics and Implant Dentistry, Philadelphia, PA; Clinical Professor, University of Michigan, School of Dentistry, Department of Periodontics/Geriatrics, Ann Arbor, MI; Adjunct Professor, University of Detroit, School of Dentistry, Department of Restorative Dentistry, Detroit, MI; Adjunct Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Engineering, Birmingham, AL; Founder, Misch International Implant Institute, Beverly Hills, MI