Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone

Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone

Autor: Watzek, Georg
630,00 kn
Watzek, Georg

Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone

1st edition 2004
Buch
Hardcover, 188 Seiten, 143 Abbildungen
Sprache: Englisch
Fachgebiet: Implantologie

Best.-Nr.: 26531
ISBN 978-1-85097-050-7
Quintessence Publishing, Deutschland

Price: 84.00 €

Hardly any term in implant surgery has been misused as often as compromised bone. Most attempts to shed light on the concept have been confined to data on changes in bone microstructure, while a comprehensive review of the cellular, microstructural, and gross anatomic pathology and physiology; current diagnostic tools; and treatment options is still not available. Few have attempted to go beyond the four well-known bone quality classes defined by Lekholm and Zarb in 1985, which continue to be the basis of discussions in the literature. One notable exception is Aging, Osteoporosis, and Dental Implants, edited by G. Zarb, U. Lekholm, T. Albrektsson, and H. Tenenbaum (Quintessence, 2002). Although, as the title suggests, the book is focused specifically on age-related changes and their impact on dental implants, contributing to this work inspired me, along with my colleagues at the University of Vienna, to review the problem of compromised bone and its impact on dental implants in a more comprehensive way and to condense our findings in this volume.
Naslov Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone
Autor Watzek, Georg
Vrsta Implants
Datum objave Oct 18, 2017
Watzek, Georg

Implants in Qualitatively Compromised Bone

1st edition 2004
Buch
Hardcover, 188 Seiten, 143 Abbildungen
Sprache: Englisch
Fachgebiet: Implantologie

Best.-Nr.: 26531
ISBN 978-1-85097-050-7
Quintessence Publishing, Deutschland

Price: 84.00 €

Hardly any term in implant surgery has been misused as often as compromised bone. Most attempts to shed light on the concept have been confined to data on changes in bone microstructure, while a comprehensive review of the cellular, microstructural, and gross anatomic pathology and physiology; current diagnostic tools; and treatment options is still not available. Few have attempted to go beyond the four well-known bone quality classes defined by Lekholm and Zarb in 1985, which continue to be the basis of discussions in the literature. One notable exception is Aging, Osteoporosis, and Dental Implants, edited by G. Zarb, U. Lekholm, T. Albrektsson, and H. Tenenbaum (Quintessence, 2002). Although, as the title suggests, the book is focused specifically on age-related changes and their impact on dental implants, contributing to this work inspired me, along with my colleagues at the University of Vienna, to review the problem of compromised bone and its impact on dental implants in a more comprehensive way and to condense our findings in this volume.