Editor’s intro: Risk factors for peri-implantitis can be recognized, and a broad range of therapies is available for its treatment. Read about how to treat this increasingly prevalent condition. Drs. Ashok […]Read More
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Editor’s intro: Immediate surgery and implant-supported prosthetics were pursued when the patient discussed her wish to avoid a traditional denture. Dr. Dipesh Parmar details a case where the patient’s need to […]Read More
Editor’s intro: Dr. Rory McEnhill describes the treatment and compliance that led to positive biomimetic results and ultimately an esthetic, long-term outcome. Dr. Rory McEnhill demonstrates the difficult process of providing an […]Read More
Editor’s intro: Drs. Muhammed Abram and André van Zyl describe treatment for dental injuries from an angle grinder using complex tissue regeneration. Drs. Muhammed H. Abram and André van Zyl describe a […]Read More
In part 3 of the series, Drs. Hartshorne and Gluckman continue their exploration of using platelet-rich fibrin for promoting tissue healing and regeneration.Read More
Dr. Michael Hartman’s dynamic navigation technology has led to more predictable outcomes for his implant patients. Find out how, (subscribers) take the quiz, and receive 2 CE credits!Read More
Editor’s intro: Dr. Aneel Jabbar delves into the microbiology of peri-implantitis and how it is distinguished from chronic periodontitis. Dr. Aneel Jabbar explores whether the microbiology of peri-implantitis is similar to or […]Read More
Editor’s intro: Drs. Johan Hartshorne and Howard Gluckman show the benefits and limitations of platelet-rich fibrin for tissue healing and regeneration during the implant process. Drs. Johan Hartshorne and Howard Gluckman discuss […]Read More
Editor’s Intro: Simply speaking, primary stability is an implant that feels tight in the bone. Dr. Michael R. Norton asks whether we really know what we’re measuring when assessing the […]Read More
Editor’s Intro: Platelet-rich-fibrin (PRF) sets in motion advancements in dental implantology. Drs. Johan Hartshorne and Howard Gluckman examine the definition, development, biological characteristics, and function of PRF in all its […]Read More