Implantology

Treatment Planning Complications

Jan 12, 2018 by in Implantology Comments Off on Treatment Planning Complications

FIG 3.1 Fixed restorations have three categories: FP-1, FP-2, and FP-3. The restoration type is related to the contour of the restoration. (FP-1 is ideal, FP-2 is hypercontoured, and FP-3 replaces…

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Bone Grafting Complications

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FIG 12.1 (A) Bony contours in a normal sagittal view of the maxillary and mandibular arches. (B) The initial resorption of bone in the lower arch destroys the lateral aspect of…

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Removable Implant Complications

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FIG 15.1 By 2050, 20.7% of the population will be older than age 65 years. In addition to the increasing percentage of 65-year-old adults, the population is also increasing. As a…

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Fixed Prosthodontics Complications

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FIG 16.1 (A) When stress is plotted on the y-axis and cycles to failure are plotted on the x-axis, the fatigue curve of a material may be established. Any stress condition…

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Posterior Maxilla Complications

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FIG 13.1 Pneumatization can be significant even with teeth present as the maxillary sinus increases in size, leaving less available bone for implant placement.  Clinical Implication. The net result of maxillary…

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Wound Dehiscence

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FIG 11.1 Incision line opening. (A) Incision line opening occurring after implant placement. (B) Post allograft incision line opening. (C) Membrane graft dehiscence. (D) Block graft with fixation screw exposure.  The…

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Occlusion Complications

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FIG 17.1 Schematic illustration of hard and soft tissue around a tooth and an implant. (A) Hard and soft tissue anatomy around a natural tooth demonstrates bone support with a periodontal…

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Neurosensory Deficit Complications in Implant Dentistry

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FIG 9.1 Neurosensory impairment of the inferior alveolar nerve. (A) Placement of two implants, completely transecting the mandibular canal. (B–C) Implant placement impinging on the mental foramen. (D) Immediate placement implant…

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Ideal Implant Positioning

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FIG 6.1 (A–D) Various examples of malpositioned implants leading to increased morbidity.  Mesial-Distal (“X” Axis): Implant–Natural Tooth Insufficient Implant–Root Apex Distance Etiology Implants placed too close to an adjacent tooth root…

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Dental Implant Intraoperative Complications

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FIG 5.1 Postextraction socket. (A) With existing pathology. (B) Removal of fibrous and granulation tissue with serrated spoon curette. (C) Walls of extraction site are decorticated with #2 or #4 round…

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Postoperative Complications

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FIG 10.1 Mechanism of action for nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and steroids in the reduction of inflammation. Steroids block arachidonic acid and NSAIDs interfere with cyclooxygenase in the reduction of edema. (From…

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Intraoperative Complications

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FIG 7.1 Extensive bleeding during dental implant surgery may cause many complications that lead to surgical and implant morbidity.    Box 7.1 Classification of Surgical Hemorrage Bleeding According to Source Arterial…

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Periodontal and Maintenance Complications

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FIG 18.1 (A) Spongiotic gingivitis exhibiting erythematous marginal tissue with cyanotic tissue. (B) Periodontitis: mandibular anterior exhibiting severe horizontal bone loss. (C) Perimucositis: erythematous buccal gingiva with associated bleeding around implant…

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Intraoperative Complications

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FIG 8.1 Cellulitis Stage of Infection: the initial stage of infection characterized by edema (tumor) that is associated with swelling caused by an influx of blood and fluid exudate (arrow).  Abscess…

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Medicolegal Aspects of Implant Dentistry

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FIG 19.1 US legal system. Dental practitioners are subject to a wide array of potential legal issues within the statutory, civil, and criminal legal systems. The most common legal action to…

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