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Author Wingrove, Susan S

Title Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist : Clinical Guide to Maintenance and Disease Complications
Published Hoboken : Wiley, 2013


Description 1 online resource (212 pages)
Contents Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; Contributor List; Acknowledgments; Foreword; 1: Implants 101: History, Implant Design, Parts, and Pieces; History; Dental implant history timeline; Implants; Implant design; Parts and pieces for implants; Implant dentistry terminology; Summary; References; 2: Patient Selection for Implant Therapy: Oral Systemic Health, Medical History, and Risk Assessment; Oral systemic health link to overall health; Cardiovascular/cerebrovascular (CV/CV) disease; Preterm birth/low birth weight; Diabetes; Respiratory disease
Medical history/risk assessmentBisphosphonates and BRONJ/BON; Xerostomia; Medical history/risk assessment forms; Summary; References; 3: What Lies Beneath the Surface? Natural Teeth, Bone, and Implant Placement; Natural teeth versus implants; Bone: it's all about the bone!; Four classifications of bone; Frequently asked questions; Bone loss; Bone regeneration overview; Implant surgery; Specialized implant placement; Summary; References; 4: Setting the Stage: Adjunctive Surgical Procedures, Restorative Options, and Treatment Planning; Adjunctive surgical procedures; Surgical therapy
Socket preservationGraft and/or barrier protection of the socket; Alveolar ridge and maxillary sinus augmentation; Sinus augmentation; Summary; Restorative options; Fixed (cement or screw-retained crown or bridge) implant options; Options for the edentulous arch; Specialty options pontic designs; Summary; Treatment planning overview; What can I expect to happen during the preliminary examination process?; Summary; References; 5: How to Talk to Patients about Implant Dentistry: Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives; What are the risks, benefits, and alternatives to replacing missing teeth?; Risks
BenefitsAlternatives; Bridges; Fixed full and partial denture; Summary of risks, benefits, and alternatives; Communication and motivation; Carla's stories; Value; Presenting treatment to patients; Generation overview; Summary; References; 6: AIM for Implant Success: Assess, Identify, and Monitor; Assess; Mechanical and biological component complications; Assessment: visual soft tissue; Assessment: probe and palpate for signs of peri-implant disease; Assessment: calculus and/or cement; Assessment: mobility; Assessment: pain; Assessment: bone level; Monitoring; Failing implant; Summary
Summary Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist is a comprehensive guide for implant history, prosthetic designs, and patient selection including oral systemic health and risk assessment. The text also discusses pre-surgical procedures, communicating with patients about implant dentistry, in-office maintenance protocols, plus new innovative home-care options to ensure success of the implant and overall health of the patient. An essential tool for dental hygienists to prepare to take on this very important challenge in the profession, Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hyg
Bibliography References7: Implant Complications: Peri-Implant Disease and Cement Residue Protocol; What is the hygienist's role in restoratively driven implant complications?; Peri-implant disease; Protocol for peri-implant disease; Treatment and maintenance for implants with peri-implant disease; Cement residue complication; Hygienists' role in restoratively driven implant complications; Restorative classification; Failures and complications; Types of cements; Radiographic considerations; Management; Summary; References; 8: Implant Home Care Is Key!; Post-surgical home care
Notes Single, ball/Locator, mini, and bar-retained implants
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Subject Dental hygienists.
Dental implants -- Side effects
Dental implants.
Dental Hygienists
Dental Implants
Dental hygienists
Dental implants
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9781118646908