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Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist
Clinical Guide to Maintenance and Disease Complications
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Main description:

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 Hygienist is a valuable resource for the entire dental team. 



  • A.I.M. for implant success; guidelines to Assess, Identify, and Monitor dental implants.

  • Safe, effective instrumentation protocols for dental implants and all the various prosthetic designs.

  • Key identification and  treatment protocols for peri–implant disease and cement residue complications

  • Color photographs, patient cases, and  illustrations thoughout


Back cover:

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 Hygienist is a valuable resource for the entire dental team. 



  • A.I.M. for implant success; guidelines to Assess, Identify, and Monitor dental implants.

  • Safe, effective instrumentation protocols for dental implants and all the various prosthetic designs.

  • Key identification and  treatment protocols for peri–implant disease and cement residue complications

  • Color photographs, patient cases, and  illustrations thoughout


Contents:

Contributor List ix


Acknowledgments xi


Foreword xiii


Robert Schneider, DDS, MS


1 Implants 101: History, Implant Design, Parts, and Pieces 1


2 Patient Selection for Implant Therapy: Oral Systemic Health, Medical History, and Risk Assessment 15


3 What Lies Beneath the Surface? Natural Teeth, Bone, and Implant Placement 29


4 Setting the Stage: Adjunctive Surgical Procedures, Restorative Options, and Treatment Planning 51


With contributions by Robert Horowitz, DDS, and Robert Schneider, DDS, MS


5 How to Talk to Patients about Implant Dentistry: Risks, Benefits, and Alternatives 77


6 AIM for Implant Success: Assess, Identify, and Monitor 93


7 Implant Complications: Peri–Implant Disease and Cement Residue Protocol 107


With contribution by Alfonso Piñeyro, DDS


8 Implant Home Care Is Key! 127


9 Safe, Effective, In–Office Implant Maintenance 145


Appendix: Terminology and Resources 175


Index 181


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PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781118646861
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Ltd (Wiley–Blackwell)
Publication date: August, 2013
Pages: 212
Dimensions: 189.00 x 246.00 x 10.21

Subcategories: Dentistry

MEET THE AUTHOR

Susan S. Wingrove, RDH, is an international lecturer, practicing dental hygienist for periodontists and cosmetic dentists, and instrument designer for Paradise Dental Technologies, Inc. She is the designer of Wingrove Titanium Implant Series, ACE probes, and Queen of Hearts instruments. Susan is member of the Academy of Osseointegration, American Dental Hygiene Association and International Federation of Dental Hygiene. She is published author for American and International journals on implant therapy, regeneration, and advanced instrumentation