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Collaborative Treatment: How GPs and Specialists Can Optimize Implant Therapy

Volume 7, Issue 4

Utilizing Digital Dentistry and CAD/CAM Prosthetics to Optimize Treatment Outcomes – Part 1: Orthodontic Pre-Implant Therapy

Volume 7, Issue 3

Seven Simple Steps to Implant Success

Volume 7, Issue 1

Implant therapy is an accessible mode of treatment that can be executed with a high degree of predictability by following some simple steps and techniques. According to estimates, 80 to 90 percent of all implant restorations are single-unit cases involving patients with good general health and adequate bone in the area of implantation.1 This provides […]

gIDE Lecture-on-Demand Preview

Volume 6, Issue 3

In this gIDE Lecture-on-Demand Preview, Dr. Paul Homoly offers some tips for practitioners looking to boost patient acceptance of implant therapy, including a review of terminology that can be used to explain both the need for and the benefits of treatment. This Lecture-on-Demand video clip was provided courtesy of gIDE Institute. To see more videos, […]

Implant Q&A with a Full-Service Laboratory

Volume 5, Issue 1

Considering the wide range of restorations your facility produces, how significant is the implant segment to your business overall? The implant segment is an extremely important part of the lab because the demand for implant restorations is growing at a faster rate than that of other types of restorations. The wide variety of high-quality products […]

Implant Therapy: Then and Now

Volume 5, Issue 1

Implant dentistry has come a long way since blade and subperiostal implants were widely used. Improvements in implant design and site preparation methodology have made surgical procedures simpler and more consistent. Modern grafting techniques have improved our ability to “grow bone,” facilitating placement of implants in cases where such treatment would have previously been impossible. […]

Same Implants, Different Decade

Volume 5, Issue 1

Implant therapy is a steadfast and versatile mode of treatment. Although dental technology, restorative materials and implant designs have evolved over the years, the basic concept behind implant-retained fixtures remains the same. As evidenced by the case that follows, today’s materials and technology can be used to restore implants that were placed decades ago. The […]

Improving Esthetics with Sequential Treatment Planning and Implant-Retained Dentures

Volume 4, Issue 4

While oral function is the primary concern for most patients, the importance of esthetics should not be underestimated. In addition to compromising oral health, conditions such as tooth decay, periodontal disease and edentulism can significantly affect a person’s appearance. The deterioration or loss of teeth, bone and soft tissue decreases support for the lips and […]

Bridging the Gap: Restoring Partially Edentulous Spaces and Maximizing Treatment Options with the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System

Volume 4, Issue 2

Dental implants have become an important method of restoring missing teeth with function and esthetics. Many edentulous and partially edentulous patients are requesting — some even demanding — implant therapy. Clinicians are leveraging the continual improvements in surgical and restorative technology, materials and methodology, and approaching implant cases with more certainty and predictability than ever. […]

My First Implant with Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS

Volume 4, Issue 3

David Casper: Over the last few decades, you’ve no doubt placed thousands of dental implants of all shapes and sizes. Can you tell us about your very first implant experience? Who was the patient? Why did you choose that particular case? Dr. Dennis Tarnow: My first patient came along more than 30 years ago after […]

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