Minimally Invasive Dental Implant Surgery presents a new clinical text and atlas focused on cutting edge and rapidly developing, minimally invasive treatment modalities and their applications to implant dentistry. Centered on progress in imaging, instrumentation, biomaterials and techniques, this book discusses both the how to as well as the why behind the concept of minimally invasive applications in implant surgery. Drawing together key specialists for each topic, the book provides readers with guidance for a broad spectrum of procedures, and coalesces information on the available technologies into one useful resource. Minimally Invasive Dental Implant Surgery will be a useful new guide to implant specialists and restorative dentists seeking to refine their clinical expertise and minimize risk for their patients.
Contributors, vii Memorial, viii Foreword, ix Preface, x Acknowledgments, xi Copyright note, xii Section I: Technology, Diagnosis, and Treatment Planning 1. Diagnosis and Treatment Planning for Minimally Invasive Dental Implant Treatment, 3 Jean-Francois Bedard & Daniel R. Cullum 2. Diagnostic Imaging for Patient Evaluation and Minimally Invasive Treatment Planning, 28 Scott D. Ganz 3. Risk Assessment and Avoiding Complications, 51 David Dara Yarmand, Douglas Deporter, & Daniel R. Cullum 4. The Provisional Restoration: A Diagnostic, Functional, and Esthetic Template, 66 Aldo Leopardi & Daniel R. Cullum Section II: Technology and Surgery 5. Extraction Site Management for Ridge Preservation and Implant Site Development, 89 Barry Bartee & Daniel R. Cullum 6. Engineering Biologic Width and Tissue Levels with Implant and Abutment Surface Preparation, 107 Myron Nevins, Cary A. Shapoff , Khalid Al Hezaimi, & David M. Kim 7. Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 or Recombinant Human Platelet-Derived Growth Factor BB in Extraction Site Preservation and Bone Augmentation, 119 Craig M. Misch, Marc L. Nevins, & Jason A. Boch 8. Periodontal and Peri-implant Soft Tissue Surgery, 137 Giles Horrocks, Christine Cole, & Daniel R. Cullum 9. Minimally Invasive Implant Surgery Using Computer-Guided Technology, 169 Gary Orentlicher, Andrew Horowitz, & Marcus Abboud Section III: Optimizing Anatomical Limits with Short, Narrow and Angled Implants 10. Short Implants, 193 Douglas Deporter 11. Narrow Implants, 208 Joerg Neugebauer, Douglas Deporter, & Daniel R. Cullum 12. Minimally Invasive Complete Arch Treatment: The Versatility of Angled Implants, 219 Ole T. Jensen & Daniel R. Cullum 13. Wedge Implants and Piezoelectric Surgery: A Minimally Invasive Implant Concept for the Treatment of Narrow Alveolar Ridges, 227 Tomaso Vercellotti & Claudio Stacchi Section IV: Implant Site Development 14. Single-Stage Implant Placement and Simultaneous Grafting: The Esthetic Contour Graft , 241 Bach T. Le & Sze Wing Cynthia Au Yeung 15. Trans-Alveolar Sinus Elevation and Contiguous Sinus Floor Elevation, 251 Daniel R. Cullum & Douglas Deporter 16. Ridge Expansion, 285 Daniel R. Cullum 17. Ridge Expansion Combined with Trans-Alveolar Sinus Elevation, 311 Daniel R. Cullum Section V: Immediate Implant Reconstruction 18. Immediate Implant Placement for Single- and Multi-Rooted Teeth, 337 Daniel R. Cullum & Douglas Deporter 19. Immediate Esthetic Zone Tooth Replacement, 367 Daniel R. Cullum & Howard Park Section VI: Comprehensive Applications of Minimally Invasive Surgery 20. Skeletal Anchorage and Orthodontics in Implant Site Development, 387 Michael P. Chaff ee & Daniel R. Cullum 21. Minimally Invasive Comprehensive Treatment: Case Studies, 412 Daniel R. Cullum & Earl Ness Index, 443