Bryan J. Frantz, DMD, MS, offers perspective on the use of cone beam computed tomography in dental implant treatment, as well as periodontal diagnosis and care.
In dental implant treatment, clinicians can minimize biologic and technical complications by addressing these key factors prior to implant placement.
As part of risk assessment in implant treatment, clinicians should consider how medications affect osseointegration.
Mark E. Glover, DDS, MSD, shares perspective on the role of cone beam computed tomography in periodontal and dental implant treatment.
This case report details the complex coordination of care involving periodontal, prosthetic, endodontic and myofunctional therapies.
An open-membrane approach supports implant success by simplifying ridge preservation procedures and avoiding challenges associated with primary closure.
Clinicians can mitigate the risk of peri-implant mucositis and periimplantitis by considering these factors in implant prosthesis design.