The Quokka protocol Immediacy in modern implantology

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Buatois, Hervé Guillon, Nicolas
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The Quokka protocol Immediacy in modern implantology

Hervé Buatois / Nicolas Guillon

The authors propose a standardised approach to immediate implantation and immediate loading.
The various chapters will help the practitioner to understand the fundamentals of immediate implantation, the rationale behind immediate loading, the ergonomic benefits of digital workflow, clinical applications in single, multiple and full arch, and finally the future prospects of this digitalisation of implant dentistry.

Contents:

  1. Immediate implant placement
  • Fundamental reminders
  • Decision-making criteria
  • Positioning protocol
  • Hard and soft tissue management in the Quokka protocol

 

  1. Restoration and immediate loading
  • Interest
  • Conditions for success
  • Emergence profile, the essential guide

 

  1. Presentation of the Quokka protocol
  • Introduction
  • The prosthetic project
  • Implant-prosthetic planning
  • The surgical guide
  • Guided surgery and immediate loading
  • Transfer of the project to the final prosthesis

 

  1. Chapter 4. Single-unit clinical applications
  • Alveolus intact, vestibular bone wall preserved – Single-unit cases 1 to 5
  • Alveolus with narrow vestibular dehiscence (< 1/3 of root exposure volume) – Single-unit cases 6 to 9
  • Alveolus with medium vestibular dehiscence (1/3 to 2/3 of root exposure volume) – Single-unit cases 10 and 11
  • Alveolus with large vestibular dehiscence (> 2/3 of root exposure volume) – Single-unit cases 12 to 15

 

  1. Clinical applications for partially edentulous patients
  • Two to three anterior teeth – Plural-unit cases 16 and 17
  • Two to three posterior teeth – Plural-unit cases 18 and 19
  • Four anterior teeth – Plural-unit cases 20 and 21
  • Six teeth or more – Plural-unit cases 22 to 24
  • One implant for two teeth – Plural-unit case 25

 

  1. Full-arch clinical applications
  • Toothed unimaxillary – Full-arch clinical cases 26 to 37
  • Edentulous unimaxillary – Full-arch clinical cases 38 and 39
  • Maxillomandibular – Full-arch clinical cases 40 and 41