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OUR PUBLICATIONS

We are proud to have had the opportunity to write several articles in several journals and books. We hope they guide you during your learning process on the multiple treatment options we currently have and welcome any questions as they may relate to your specific situation.

PROSTHETIC AND SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF ATYPICAL SPACE WHEN TEETH ARE MISSING

Abstract: When a patient presents with congenitally missing teeth, early diagnosis and comprehensive treatment planning are critical to effective restorative management. Interdental space allocation must be identified to accommodate proper clinical crown proportion(s) through a surgical-prosthetic solution. This article, which presents two case reports describing situations that clinicians may commonly face, demonstrates the management of atypical tooth spacing caused by congenitally missing teeth. The implementation of interdisciplinary therapy resulted in successful outcomes from both functional and esthetic perspectives.

SURGICAL AND PROSTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF IMPLANTS: SINGLE AND FULL-ARCH RECONSTRUCTION

Abstract: Whether it’s a single tooth or multiple teeth, tooth loss has esthetic, functional, and health implications. Replacing multiple teeth can be especially complicated due to the loss of surrounding structures, often making it necessary to use additional procedures—eg, bone grafting—to solve the problems that arise.

ADVANCED ESTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF DENTAL IMPLANTS: SURGICAL AND RESTORATIVE CONSIDERATIONS TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES

The success of implant therapy, particularly in esthetically critical regions of the dentition, is measured by biologic and restorative and functional parameters. The framing of an inconspicuously placed restoration by tissues in harmony with the adjacent periodontium should be the goal of esthetic implant treatment.

PARAMETERS FOR INTEGRATING ESTHETICS WITH FUNCTION

In 1974, Amsterdam stated that "there may be different ways of treating a disease, but there can be but one correct diagnosis." This is still true today: Regardless of the scientific and technological advances dentistry has undergone, treatment is still based upon accurate identification of the underlying problem...

ANTERIOR EXTRACTION & IMPLANT PLACEMENT IN A SEVERELY DEFICIENT SITE, PART I

Achieving optimal esthetic restorative results associated with anterior extractionand tooth replacement continues to be one of the most challenging endeavors in reconstructive cosmetic dentistry.  When implant therapy is thetreatment of choice, the margin for error is further decreased dramatically and methods to minimize and/or eliminate the potential for failure must be employed...

ANTERIOR EXTRACTION & IMPLANT PLACEMENT IN A SEVERELY DEFICIENT SITE, PART II

A proper diagnosis is of paramount importance in creating a “roadmap” for the multiple treatment options we can offer our patients. The more advanced the problem is, decisions regarding treatment can be fairly simple or quite complicated. The incorporation of numerous techniques often requires the knowledge and ability of several specialists, including the general dentist....

THE REVERSE PATHWAY: PARAMETERS FOR THE INTEGRATION OF FUNCTION AND AESTHETICS WITH IMPLANTS

Implant Dentistry has evolved dramatically since it’s inception as an anchor for the fully edentulous patient population. Today, more than ever, implants are being utilized for the partially edentulous patient as segmentalor single tooth replacements where longterm function and esthetics are of prominent importance...

PROSTHETIC MANAGEMENT OF IMPLANTS WITH DIFFERENT OSSEOUS LEVELS

The osseointegrated implant has become a standard treatment with a high degree of predictability for patients missing one ormore teeth.  It is especially recommended when the patient has a clear medical history and normal bone levels in both width and height in the edentulous areas....

ENDODONTIC-RESTORATIVE SYMBIOSES: DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT

The success of endodontic treatment is comprised of proper diagnosis and treatment, which is easier to accomplish when the symptoms correlate to the clinical and radiographic findings. It is generally a more predictable treatment on anteriorteeth as opposed to posterior teeth due to the number of canals and their internal configuration....

DO ALL ENDODONTICALLY TREATED TEETH REQUIRE A POST?

Treatment modalities in restorative dentistry should be implemented witha solid rationale behind them and support from scientific studies. These principles, in conjunction with clinical experience, candictate when and if a post is required when a tooth has undergone root canal treatment...

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