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Implant Q&A: An Interview with Curtis E. Jansen, DDS

Volume 4, Issue 1

Dr. Bradley Bockhorst: I know you’ve just spent six hours lecturing at the California Dental Association (CDA) meeting, so I appreciate you coming out here to spend a little time with us. During your presentation at the Academy of Osseointegration (AO) Annual Meeting last March, one of the things you talked about was the “money […]

Treating Xerostomia Patients: A Clinical Conversation with Dr. Christopher Travis

Volume 3, Issue 3

Dr. Bradley Bockhorst: What are the causes of xerostomia, and how do you treat it? What are the complications? How has it impacted your practice? Dr. Christopher Travis: Xerostomia is abnormal dryness in the mouth caused by dysfunction in the salivary gland. There are many causes. Probably the major cause is the many medications we […]

Photo Essay: Immediate and Post-Placement Utilization of the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System

Volume 3, Issue 3

The Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System provides clinicians the armamentarium to place and immediately temporize single-unit implants in edentulous spaces. The components further assist the restorative dentist by immediately beginning to guide the soft tissue development around the implant. However, there are also cases in which the implant has already been placed. The Inclusive Tooth Replacement […]

Obtaining Accurate Occlusal Records in Kennedy Class I and II Implant Cases

Volume 3, Issue 3

One of the challenges when restoring distal free-end cases, also referred to as Kennedy Class I and II cases, is obtaining accurate occlusal records. Clinicians will typically use bite registration material between the remaining teeth or attempt to inject enough bite registration material to fill the edentulous space. This may not be adequate to obtain […]

Implant Q&A: An Interview with David A. Little, DDS

Volume 3, Issue 3

Dr. Bradley Bockhorst: Your practice is a little bit different from the typical practice out there. Tell us how you’re set up. Dr. David Little: My practice is in a little town called China Grove, which the Doobie Brothers made famous. It’s a sleepy little town around San Antone, but you can see downtown from […]

Small Diameter Implants: Planning from the Prosthetic Perspective

Volume 3, Issue 3

Whether you’re placing small-diameter or conventional-diameter implants for an overdenture, the case must be planned from surgical and prosthetic perspectives. The restorative aspect of the Inclusive® Mini Implant involves encasing the O-ring housings within the denture base and creating a parallel line of draw. The height of the O-ring housing is 3.5 mm (Fig. 1). […]

Restoring Mandibular Single Teeth with the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System

Volume 3, Issue 3

While the prosthetic rehabilitation of full-arch cases provides a tremendous service for the patient and can be very professionally rewarding for the clinician, single tooth replacement is by far the most common implant restoration. Restoring single posterior teeth with implants provides a viable treatment option and has been well documented.1-5 Of the single posterior teeth, […]

Letter from the Editor

Volume 3, Issue 3

There are many axioms used in implantology, such as, “begin with the end in mind” and “implant dentistry is a restorative procedure with a surgical component,” all pointing to the importance of proper diagnosis and case work-up. Addressing this topic we have: an article on implant planning in the esthetic zone, penned by our own […]

Modifying Inclusive® Custom Temporary Components

Volume 3, Issue 2

Temporizing implants can provide multiple benefits, including managing the soft tissues, preventing the adjacent teeth from shifting, and providing the prosthetic prototype for the final restorations. The custom temporary abutment and BioTemps® provisional crown packaged with the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System are fabricated presurgically and will most likely need to be adjusted at the time […]

Implant Q&A: An Interview with Dr. Perry Jones

Volume 3, Issue 2

Dr. Bradley Bockhorst: I wanted to spend some time talking about one of your passions, digital intraoral scanning. Can you tell us a little bit about how long you’ve been involved with that technology? Dr. Perry Jones: I have been involved in optical/digital scanning in my practice for the purpose of restorations probably for the […]

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