Prosthodontic Treatment for Edentulous Patients helps you provide complete dentures, with and without dental implant support
This text is a goldmine for learning about dentures, as patients who wear dentures often go undiagnosed in the rest of the population. It contains information on the behavioral and clinical aspects of diagnosis and treatment as well as on the functional and esthetic implications of edentulism.
This valuable resource covers topics such as treatment modalities, tooth-supported prostheses, and both immediate and complete dentures, so it’s helpful for people who are missing teeth. More and more people choose to incorporate implant prosthodontics into their treatment, and this version continues to highlight implant prosthodontics.
- The comprehensive discussion of short- and long-term edentulous patients is found here.
- If you are going to care for elderly and/or toothless patients, you will need to have an understanding of their specific needs.
- Over 800 images aid in enhancing understanding and comprehension of each topic included in the procedures, concepts, and techniques.
- According to information on reaching an ideal esthetic effect, it is important to make the patient happy.
- To find information on all three procedures related to initial and advanced dentures, use this topic titled “Overdentures, Immediate Dentures, and Single Complete Dentures.”
- In order to keep its distinguished place in the field of prosthodontics for edentulous patients, this book has been revised more than any other.
- Conveniently sized and reasonably priced content is provided by the condensed format.
- Even the most difficult subjects and procedures are easy to follow when written in clear and concise language.
- Each chapter includes a bibliography which, at the end of the book, provides additional literature related to the topics.
- This talented and diverse pool of writers lends expertise and credibility to each subject.
- Reorganization of content to be more concise and readable has been done.
- To help keep the reader up to date, new sections have been added on temporomandibular disorders, materials prescribed, and the current and future course of implant prosthodontics.
- to better reflect the growing importance of implant-supported prostheses, this edition has been updated and expanded to include information about prosthetic implants.
- Making the chapters simpler to read is made easier with the reorganization and consolidation of chapters into four major sections.
- There are 8 new contributors and 4 new editors who present a different viewpoint.