Dr. Daniel S. Thoma outlines the treatment undertaken for a patient with fractured central incisors using ridge preservation A 52-year woman presented with pain in her two central incisors. The […]Read More
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Drs. Brenda Baker and David Reaney look at the pros and cons of the two key retention methods at the heart of restoring implants Both cement- and screw-retained pros-theses have […]Read More
Dr. Sam Mohamed uncovers the processes behind an alternative method for increasing horizontal width in cases of alveolar bone resorption The surgical placement of dental implants is governed primarily by […]Read More
Dr. Tara Renton discusses nerve injury Prevention is better than cure in all instances of iatrogenic nerve damage — but when it happens, it is crucial that clinicians take the […]Read More
Dr. Adam Patel details the huge potential of piezosurgery for improving the predictability and ease of dental implant treatment Piezosurgery was first introduced in 1988. Its development was encouraged by […]Read More
Drs. Andrew Shelley and Richard Oliver examine how to prepare for the risk of hemorrhage when placing implants in the lower jaw While tooth loss in industrialized countries is in […]Read More