Periodontal Regenerative Therapy

Periodontal Regenerative Therapy

1.185,00 kn
Sculean, Anton

Periodontal Regenerative Therapy

1st Edition 2010
Book
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 304 pages, 731 illus.
Language: English
Subject: Periodontics, Interdisciplinary
Best.-Nr.: 13671
ISBN 978-1-85097-158-0
Quintessence Publishing, Deutschland

Price: 158.00 €

This book presents an overview of the use of contemporary regenerative techniques in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects. Each chapter is designed to cover an important aspect related to periodontal regeneration, including an understanding of periodontium anatomy, biologic wound healing, regenerative materials, surgical techniques, and clinical applications. By focusing on the most relevant regenerative materials and procedures, the authors present effective treatment paradigms that incorporate biologic concepts and biomaterial enhancements with predictable surgical techniques. Well-documented clinical cases emphasize the management of critical treatment factors as well as the use of proven techniques that can optimize treatment outcomes. A must-read for any practitioner with an interest in the rationale, possibilities, and limitations of regenerative procedures of periodontal therapy.

Contents
Chapter 01. Introduction
Chapter 02. Anatomy of the Periodontium in Health and Disease
Chapter 03. Periodontal Wound Healing/Regeneration
Chapter 04. Guided Tissue Regeneration: Biological Concept and Clinical Application in Intrabony Defects
Chapter 05. Guided Tissue Regeneration: Application in Furcation Defects
Chapter 06. The Biological Background of Emdogain
Chapter 07. Application of Enamel Matrix Proteins in Intrabony Defects: A Biology-Based Regenerative Treatment
Chapter 08. Application of Enamel Matrix Proteins in Furcation Defects
Chapter 09. Treatment of Gingival Recession Using Guided Tissue Regeneration or Emdogain
Chapter 10. Role of Grafting Materials in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy
Chapter 11. Combination Strategies to Enhance Regenerative Periodontal Surgery
Chapter 12. Clinical Applications and Techniques in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy
Chapter 13. Periodontal Tissue Engineering: Focus on Growth Factors
Chapter 14. New Experimental Approaches Towards Periodontal Regeneration
Chapter 15. Prognostic and Risk Factors for Periodontal Regenerative Therapy
Chapter 16. Flap Design and Suturing Techniques to Optimize Reconstructive Outcomes
Chapter 17. Periodontal Regeneration: Surgical Risk of Complications and New Surgical Trends
Chapter 18. Microsurgical Techniques in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy

Contributors
S. Aroca • R. Azzi • W. Bolz • D. Bosshardt • G. Chiantella • N. Donos • P. Eickholz • D. Etienne • S. Fickl • I. Gera • S. Hägewald • l. Hammarström • B. Heinz • L. Heijl • K. Jepsen • S. Jepsen • S. P. Lyngstadaas • C. Nemcovsky • D. Nikolidakis • G. Polimeni • F. Schwarz • A. Sculean • A. Stavropoulos • T. Thalmair • L. Trombelli • H. Wachtel • M. Weinreb • U. Wikesjö • P. Windisch • A. Xiropaidis
Naslov Periodontal Regenerative Therapy
Autor Sculean, Anton
Vrsta Periodontics
Datum objave Sep 28, 2017
Sculean, Anton

Periodontal Regenerative Therapy

1st Edition 2010
Book
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 304 pages, 731 illus.
Language: English
Subject: Periodontics, Interdisciplinary
Best.-Nr.: 13671
ISBN 978-1-85097-158-0
Quintessence Publishing, Deutschland

Price: 158.00 €

This book presents an overview of the use of contemporary regenerative techniques in the treatment of periodontal osseous and soft tissue defects. Each chapter is designed to cover an important aspect related to periodontal regeneration, including an understanding of periodontium anatomy, biologic wound healing, regenerative materials, surgical techniques, and clinical applications. By focusing on the most relevant regenerative materials and procedures, the authors present effective treatment paradigms that incorporate biologic concepts and biomaterial enhancements with predictable surgical techniques. Well-documented clinical cases emphasize the management of critical treatment factors as well as the use of proven techniques that can optimize treatment outcomes. A must-read for any practitioner with an interest in the rationale, possibilities, and limitations of regenerative procedures of periodontal therapy.

Contents
Chapter 01. Introduction
Chapter 02. Anatomy of the Periodontium in Health and Disease
Chapter 03. Periodontal Wound Healing/Regeneration
Chapter 04. Guided Tissue Regeneration: Biological Concept and Clinical Application in Intrabony Defects
Chapter 05. Guided Tissue Regeneration: Application in Furcation Defects
Chapter 06. The Biological Background of Emdogain
Chapter 07. Application of Enamel Matrix Proteins in Intrabony Defects: A Biology-Based Regenerative Treatment
Chapter 08. Application of Enamel Matrix Proteins in Furcation Defects
Chapter 09. Treatment of Gingival Recession Using Guided Tissue Regeneration or Emdogain
Chapter 10. Role of Grafting Materials in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy
Chapter 11. Combination Strategies to Enhance Regenerative Periodontal Surgery
Chapter 12. Clinical Applications and Techniques in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy
Chapter 13. Periodontal Tissue Engineering: Focus on Growth Factors
Chapter 14. New Experimental Approaches Towards Periodontal Regeneration
Chapter 15. Prognostic and Risk Factors for Periodontal Regenerative Therapy
Chapter 16. Flap Design and Suturing Techniques to Optimize Reconstructive Outcomes
Chapter 17. Periodontal Regeneration: Surgical Risk of Complications and New Surgical Trends
Chapter 18. Microsurgical Techniques in Regenerative Periodontal Therapy

Contributors
S. Aroca • R. Azzi • W. Bolz • D. Bosshardt • G. Chiantella • N. Donos • P. Eickholz • D. Etienne • S. Fickl • I. Gera • S. Hägewald • l. Hammarström • B. Heinz • L. Heijl • K. Jepsen • S. Jepsen • S. P. Lyngstadaas • C. Nemcovsky • D. Nikolidakis • G. Polimeni • F. Schwarz • A. Sculean • A. Stavropoulos • T. Thalmair • L. Trombelli • H. Wachtel • M. Weinreb • U. Wikesjö • P. Windisch • A. Xiropaidis