This clinical guide provides a thorough
introduction to the subject of implants
as well as giving the reader a sense
of the value to patient care that can
be achieved, together with a wide
appreciation of treatment planning, the
various stages of treatment and how
implant dentistry compares with other
Clinical Problem Solving in Periodontics and
Implantology provides a highly visual
step-by-step guide to the practical
management of a wide variety of clinical
problems commonly seen in practice.
Containing over 400 high-quality
photographs, many in full colour, the
book is written in an easy-to read 'how to'
style and contains a large number of real
life clinical cases carefully presented to
maximise learning outcomes for the reader.
This title provides a concise and
accessible introduction and revision
aid, comprehensively covering all the
constituent sub-topics that comprise
implant dentistry. Each topic is presented
as a double-page spread with facts
accompanied by clear diagrams and
clinical photographs encapsulating
This book off ers clinicians a practical, step-by-step
approach to treatment planning and restoring dental
implants. This highly illustrated case-based book
demonstrates how to treat the most commonly
encountered treatment scenarios, describing the
procedures, techniques and sequences required in clear,
concise language and in an easy-to-use format.
The book takes the theory of implant restoration, using
as its basis 3i’s implant systems, and places it directly in
the operatory, concentrating in detail on each stage of
the actual clinical procedures involved in treating diff erent
patients. It integrates implant treatment with the realities
of running a successful restorative practice.