Columbus Bridge Protocol

Columbus Bridge Protocol

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Columbus Bridge Protocol
Surgical and Prosthetic Guidelines for an Immediately Loaded, Implant-Supported Prosthesis in the Edentulous Maxilla
1st edition 2012
Book, Video DVD
Book/DVD-ROM set, 388 pages, 700 images
Language: English
Subjects: Prosthodontics, Dental Technology
Title-No.: 19921
ISBN 978-88-7492-154-6
Quintessence Publishing, Italy

Price: 214 €

Founded on the same principles as the Novum Protocol, the Columbus Bridge Protocol provides for the realization of a full-arch, screwretained, functionally loaded provisional prosthesis within 24 to 48 hours after implant surgery in the maxilla.

The authors detail the biologic principles on which the protocol is based as well as the experimental studies that led to its use. In addition, every aspect of treatment is addressed, including diagnostic procedures, choice of implant and abutment types, data transfer to the laboratory, laboratory procedures, surgical procedures, choice of restorative materials, delivery of the provisional and definitive prostheses, complication management, and instructions for hygiene and follow-up care. Two cases of full-arch treatment, one with and one without replacement of soft tissues, are presented in the text, and an accompanying DVD also presents a complete clinical case.

Contents
• Principles and Guidelines of Implant-Prosthetic Rehabilitation
• Bone Tissue Repair
• Presurgical Diagnostic Procedures
• Choice of Implant Type
• Primary Stability
• Angled Implants
• Prosthetic Abutments
• Data Transfer to the Dental Laboratory
• Laboratory Procedures
• Choice of Occlusal Materials in Implant Prosthodontics
• Full-Arch Fixed Prosthetic Treatment with Replacement of Soft Tissues: The Toronto Bridge
• Full-Arch Fixed Prosthetic Treatment Without Reconstruction of Soft Tissues: The Natural Bridge
• Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Patients Treated with the Columbus Bridge Protocol
• Complications and Their Management
• Hygiene and Clinical Follow-up
• Specific Components for the Columbus Bridge Protocol
• Patient Instructions

Naslov Columbus Bridge Protocol
Autor Tiziano Tealdo,Marco Bevilacqua,Paolo Pera
Vrsta Dental Technology
Datum objave Aug 31, 2017

Columbus Bridge Protocol
Surgical and Prosthetic Guidelines for an Immediately Loaded, Implant-Supported Prosthesis in the Edentulous Maxilla
1st edition 2012
Book, Video DVD
Book/DVD-ROM set, 388 pages, 700 images
Language: English
Subjects: Prosthodontics, Dental Technology
Title-No.: 19921
ISBN 978-88-7492-154-6
Quintessence Publishing, Italy

Price: 214 €

Founded on the same principles as the Novum Protocol, the Columbus Bridge Protocol provides for the realization of a full-arch, screwretained, functionally loaded provisional prosthesis within 24 to 48 hours after implant surgery in the maxilla.

The authors detail the biologic principles on which the protocol is based as well as the experimental studies that led to its use. In addition, every aspect of treatment is addressed, including diagnostic procedures, choice of implant and abutment types, data transfer to the laboratory, laboratory procedures, surgical procedures, choice of restorative materials, delivery of the provisional and definitive prostheses, complication management, and instructions for hygiene and follow-up care. Two cases of full-arch treatment, one with and one without replacement of soft tissues, are presented in the text, and an accompanying DVD also presents a complete clinical case.

Contents
• Principles and Guidelines of Implant-Prosthetic Rehabilitation
• Bone Tissue Repair
• Presurgical Diagnostic Procedures
• Choice of Implant Type
• Primary Stability
• Angled Implants
• Prosthetic Abutments
• Data Transfer to the Dental Laboratory
• Laboratory Procedures
• Choice of Occlusal Materials in Implant Prosthodontics
• Full-Arch Fixed Prosthetic Treatment with Replacement of Soft Tissues: The Toronto Bridge
• Full-Arch Fixed Prosthetic Treatment Without Reconstruction of Soft Tissues: The Natural Bridge
• Clinical and Radiographic Outcomes of Patients Treated with the Columbus Bridge Protocol
• Complications and Their Management
• Hygiene and Clinical Follow-up
• Specific Components for the Columbus Bridge Protocol
• Patient Instructions