Dental Implant Complications (Etiology, Prevention, And Treatment)
Etiology, Prevention and Treatment – Edited by Stuart J. Froum, DDS
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Dental Implant Complications (Etiology, Prevention, And Treatment) 2nd Edition
Second Edition: Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment – Edited by Stuart J. Froum, DDS
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Dental Implant Complications Book Reviews
Dr. Froum is well-known and widely respected in the world of Periodontology. As one of New York’s top periodontists, the former President of the American Academy of Periodontology has lent his expertise and knowledge far and wide. In 2010 Dr. Stuart Froum created the Dental Implant bible in Dental Implant Complications: Etiology, Prevention and Treatment.
Dental Implant Complications brings together contributions from leading experts in the field under the superior editorship of Dr. Stuart Froum. With its pragmatic approach to preventing and managing implant complications, this expertly crafted text serves as an indispensable clinical reference and guide for all dentists placing or restoring implants.
“A unique feature of this book is its inclusion of 10 interesting cases illustrating different complications and how they were managed by experts … It is my own belief that this book belongs in the library of every dental student and practitioner considering using dental implants.” (Compendium, 1 January 2012)
“This comprehensive reference textbook would appeal to both inexperienced and senior clinicians, involved in implant dentistry. It provides 494 pages of lucid text embellished with high quality images. In relation to dental implant complications and their management, it is the first of its kind and it is excellent value for money.” (British Dental Journal, November 2010)
“In essence, this textbook is not only a worthwhile read but also an essential addition and a very welcome addition to the literature of implant dentistry. Dr. Froum has undertaken, compiled, edited, and co-authored a book for which he deserves our collective ‘thank you”. (Book Reviews, November 2010).
“This reference for clinicians at all skill levels presents detailed cases from a variety of dental specialties, covering common and less common dental implant complications.” (Book News, September 2010)
“The editor of this monumental text, which is sure to become a classic, is also a major contributor along with 49 other clinicians and researchers…As the saying goes, ‘no stone is left unturned,’ be it a surgical ‘stone’ or a prosthetic/restorative ‘stone’…In essence, this textbook is not only a worthwhile read but also an essential addition and a very welcome addition to the literature of implant dentistry.” (Morton L. Perel, Implant Dentistry, October 2010)
“Excellent book. A must-have for anyone placing or restoring dental implants.”
“Often there have been minor cases of implant complications where I would wing it based on my understanding of hard and soft tissues. This book has given me the confidence to make better decisions and see the end result in the pre-planning stages.”
“Couldn’t think of a topic involving implantology the author(s) missed. This book should be required reading for younger and older docs.”
“This book repeatedly demonstrates that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. It’s a must-read for those early in their implant career, or who took a weekend course and want to start doing implants. Most books show you only the implants that go perfectly, so it is very helpful to see everything that can go wrong,and how to manage complications when they arise. The book is broken down into very helpful topic-based chapters, and has excellent high-quality photographs. The body text is well written and very readable, but looking at the pictures and captions alone is worth years of ‘ask me know I know’ experience. A must-read for the implantologist.”
“This is an excellent text for those serious about using root form dental implants, bone graftingand CBCT. There are times that issues do occur in the practice of implant dentistry. This book will help the doctor manage and perhaps prevent the complications associated with dental implant treatment.”
“Helps in the development of understanding of the complexities of everyday implant dentistry. Great resource book. Well organized. Great contributing authors. A must have for the surgical implant dentist.”
Carranza’s Clinical Periodontology Expert Consult, 11th Edition – By Michael G. Newman, DDS, Henry Takei, DDS, MS, Perry R. Klokkevold, DDS, MS and Fermin A. Carranza, Dr. ODONT
Third Edition: Comprehensive Periodontics from the Dental Hygienist – By Mea A. Weinberg, DMD, MSD, RPh Cheryl Westphal, RDH, MS Milton Palat, DDS, JD Stuart J. Froum, DDS, Robert Schoor, DDS
Second Edition: Comprehensive Periodontics from the Dental Hygienist – By Mea A. Weinberg, DMD, MSD, RPh Cheryl Westphal, RDH, MS Milton Palat, DDS, JD Stuart J. Froum, DDS
First Edition: Comprehensive Periodontics from the Dental Hygienist – By Mea A. Weinberg, DMD, MSD, RPh Cheryl Westphal, RDH, MS Milton Palat, DDS, JD Stuart J. Froum, DDS
Osseointegration and Dental Implants – Edited by Asbjorn Jokstad, (Part of Chapter 8, Evolution of the Sinus Augmentation Procedure: 1982, 2008, and Beyond 167-Stephen S. Wallace and Stuart J. Froum)
Implant Site Development – Edited by Michael Sonick, DMD, Denny Hwang, DMD (Chapter 4, Decision-making algorithm for regeneration of the periodontally compromised tooth: maintaining these teeth when dental implants provide a compelling alternative treatment option-Paul S. Rosen and Stuart J. Froum)
Second Edition: The Sinus Bone Graft – Edited by Ole T. Jensen, DDS, MS, (Chapter 17. Use of Xenografts for Sinus Augmentation – Stuart J. Froum, Stephen S. Wallace, Sang-Choon Cho, and Dennis P. Tarnow, Chapter 18, Effect of Surface Morphology on Implant Survival in the Grafted Maxillary Sinus – Dennis P. Tarnow, Sang-Choon Cho, Stephen S. Wallace, and Stuart J. Froum, & Chapter 19, Use of Barrier Membranes in Sinus Augmentation – Stephen S. Wallace, Stuart J. Froum, and Dennis P. Tarnow)
Scholarly Articles & Papers
New Surgical Protocol to Create Interimplant Papilla: The Preliminary Results of a Case Series The International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry
November 2, 2016