Dental Implant Prosthetics

Dental Implant Prosthetics

By Carl E Misch, DDS, MDS



1.Rationale for dental implants
2.An implant is not a tooth - a comparison of periodontal indices
3.Generic root form terminology
4.Prosthetic options
5.Diagnostic imaging and techniques
6.Stress factors
7.Force factors related to patient conditions
8.Available bone and implant dentistry
9.Bone density
10.Diagnostic casts, treatment prostheses and surgical templates
11.Preimplant prosthodontics
12.Natural teeth adjacent to multiple implant sites - effect on diagnosis and
treatment plan
13.Classification and treatment plans for partially and completely edentulous
arches in implant dentistry
14.An organized approach to treatment options for mandibular implant
overdentures
15.Mandibular implant overdentures design and fabrications
16.Mandibular full arch implant fixed prosthetic options
17.Maxillary posterior treatment options
18.Maxillary partial and complete edentulous implant treatment plans: fixed and
overdenture prostheses
19.Clinical biomechanics in implant dentistry
20.Scientific rationale for dental implant design
21.Posterior single tooth replacement
22.Maxillary anterior single tooth replacement
23.Principles of cement-retained fixed implant prosthodontics: natural teeth and
implant abutments
24.Principles of screw-retained prostheses
25.Occlusal considerations for implant-supported prostheses: implant-protected
occlusion
26.Progressive bone loading
27.Scientific rationale of immediate load and implant dentistry
28.Maxillary denture opposing an implant prosthesis and modified occlusal
concepts
29.Maintenance of dental implants
30.Implant quality of health scale: a clinical assessment of the health disease
continuum