Endosseous Implants: Scientific and Clinical Aspects

Quintessence Publishing Company, 1996 - 407 Seiten
This book renders a scientific analysis of all the criteria for successful placement of intraoral endosseous implants. Additionally it offers detailed descriptions of many practical solutions for achieving implant success. Addressed is: the history of implants, maxillomandibular anatomy, diagnosis, indications, surgical techniques, prosthodontics, periodontics, materials, surface structures, and biomechanics. Using their own research as a basis, the authors have compiled a comprehensive overview of the fundamental problems of implant surgery, giving practical guidelines and advice for successful treatment with endosseous implants. The book provides clinical solutions to scientific problems. More than an atlas and more than a textbook, this book is a must for practitioners and students, as well as clinical researchers.

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