Dr. Ara Nazarian suggests a treatment solution that results in more control and fewer appointments
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In the first part of a series of articles, Drs. Sajid Jivraj, Mamaly Reshad, and Winston Chee look at the diagnostic factors that affect the predictability of peri-implant esthetics Achieving esthetics with implant restorations is significantly more challenging than with conventional restorations. Diagnosis and appropriate treatment planning are critical in obtaining a successful outcome. Many
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Dr. Ludwig Hermeler demonstrates how to modify an existing overdenture for use with implants and secure it with direct intraoral adhesion
In the first of a new series, Toks Oyegunle explores how applying a simple yet effective marketing framework to your practice can help it thrive Have you ever wondered how some dental practices always seem to naturally thrive? How do they manage to constantly grow their business and attract the best clients? If you want to
Drs. Itzhak Binderman, Gideon Hallel, Casap Nardy, Avinoam Yaffe, and Lari Sapoznikov investigate an alternative use for extracted teeth Tooth extraction is one of the most widely performed procedures in dentistry, and it has been historically well documented that it can induce significant dimensional changes of the alveolar ridge. In their review, Horowitz, et al.
Osseodensification facilitates ridge expansion with enhanced implant stability in the maxilla: part II case report with 2-year follow-up
Drs. Ann Marie Hofbauer and Salah Huwais offer another case study using a novel biomechanical site preparation technique In 1981, Dr. Albrektsson, a member of Dr. Brånemark’s team, stated that there are six factors for reliable osseointegration: implant material and design, its surface condition, bone status, surgical technique, and implant loading condition. (Albrektsson, et al., 1981).
There from the start. 1967 was a watershed year for the dental surgery community and the profession at large: The practice of oral surgery was rapidly transitioning to private practices across the United States. Yet the transition had left the profession with surgical products and instrumentation unsuitable for oral surgical procedures. Undaunted, and with many