ITI Treatment Guide Digital Workflows in Implant Dentistry. Vol 11

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Barter, Stephen Donos, Nikolaos (Ed.) Evans, Christopher Gallucci, German O. Tahmaseb, Ali Wismeijer, Daniel
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ITI Treatment Guide Digital Workflows in Implant Dentistry 

Daniel Wismeijer  / Stephen Barter /  Nikolaos Donos (Ed.) / German O. Gallucci / Christopher Evans / Ali Tahmaseb

The field of implant dentistry continues to grow both in terms of the number of practitioners placing and restoring implants and in terms of as well as patient demand for successful outcomes in as short a time as possible.
The pace of technological changes and new offerings from implant manufacturers and allied industries are equally fast in their attempts to meet these demands, with a frequently bewildering array of potential solutions available to clinicians.
This is never more so than in the field of digital dentistry, with hardware and software solutions for diagnosis, imaging, planning, surgery, impression-taking, and the computer-aided design and manufacture of intraoral prostheses.
However, we must always remember our responsibility to ensure that our treatments are carried out safely and in the best interests of our patients.
This new Volume 11 of the ITI Treatment Guide series continues the successful theme of the previous ten volumes: a compendium of evidence-based methodology in digital techniques and procedures for daily practice.
Written by renowned clinicians and supported by contributions from expert practitioners, the ITI Treatment Guide Digital Workflows in Implant Dentistry provides a comprehensive overview of various technological options and their safe clinical application.

Contents:

  1. Introduction
    Acquiring Digital Data
    • Manipulating Digital Data
  2. Surface Scans
    Introduction
    • Analog Impressions
    • Digital «Impressions»-Digitization of the Oral Cavity
    • Accuracy: Trueness and Precision
    • The Need for Physical Models
    • Concluding Remarks
  3. Facial Scanning
    Technological Evolution
    • Technological Principles of Contemporary Facial Scanning
    • Applications in Prosthetic Dentistry
    • Clinical Case
    • Dynamic Facial Scanners
    • Shortcomings and Future Technical Improvements
    • Conclusions
  4. Software Packages
    Diagnostics and Data Collection
    • Prosthetic and Surgical Planning
    • Computer-Assisted Design (CAD)
    • Computer-Assisted Manufacturing (CAM)
    • Concluding Remarks
  5. Merging Digital Datasets
    Scanning Technologies and Related Datasets
    • Accuracy of CBCT Scans.
    • Field of View (FoV)
    • Beam Hardening and Scatter
    • Preparation a Patient for a CBCT Scan
    • Merging Files
  6. Digital Workflows in Implant Prosthodontics
    Digital Workflows Applied to Patient Care
    • Diagnostic Steps of the Digital Workflow
    • Planning Steps of the Digital Workflow
    • Surgical Steps of the Digital Workflow
    • Prosthodontic Steps of the Digital Workflow
    • Alternative Steps in Digital Workflows
  7. Computer-Guided Surgery
    Terminology
    • Systems Used in Guided Surgery
    • Positioning the Surgical Guide
    • Prefabrication of Prostheses and Immediate Loading
    • Limitations
    • Future Developments
  8. CAD/CAM Technology and Custom Bone Grafts
    Milled Bone-Graft Materials
    • Printed Bone-Graft Materials
    • Full 3D Planning of Free Vascularized Fibula Flaps for Maxillofacial Defects
  9. Digital Articulators
    Introduction
    • Mechanical Articulators
    • Digital Articulators
    • Possible Future Developments
  10. Fabrication Techniques and Materials
    Fabrication Techniques and Restorative Materials
    • Metal Alloys
    • Zirconia
    • Lithium Disilicate
  11. Complications and Technical Challenges
    Scanning-Related Complications
    • Software-Integration Complications
    • Milling Complications
  12. Future Developments and Challenges
  13. Clinical Case Presentations: Implant-Supported Restorations Using Guided Surgery and CAD/CAM in a Digital Workflow
  14. Technical and Clinical Recommendations
  15. References