Increasingly, modern periodontology and implantology face mistreatments, complications, failures, and even iatrogenic damages. It is therefore deemed valuable for colleagues and patients to share protocols, techniques, instruments, materials, and innovations developed to retreat these clinical cases with no room for error. All clinical cases described have only one parameter in common: a medical mistake.
Retreating these "special patients" requires passion, ethics, and the willpower to help patients who present with very high expectations and an exacting psychological makeup. Variables such as periodontal biotype, biologic and anatomic potential for tissue regeneration, and the nature of the underlying osseous architecture surrounding the ailing teeth or endosseous implants will influence the clinical decision making toward achieving optimal "biomimetic" results. The decision to perform implant treatment is ideally driven by the latest evidence-based information, in addition to the educational background, clinical experience, and access to technology of the periodontist; patient and site risk assessment; predictors of disease; economic aspects; probabilities and uncertainties of treatment outcome; and long-term stability of the results.
4 DVDs and detailed English booklets in a hardcover case, NTSC/PAL
Languages: English, German, Italian
ISBN 978-1-78698-006-9 (C0975)
Available August 2018
Volume 1: Endo Failure - Tooth Loss and Perforation of the Buccal Plate (C0976)
Volume 2: Diagnostic Failure - Mistreated Trauma Associated with Periapical Chronic Lesions and Anatomic Bone Deformities (C0977)
Volume 3: Perio Failure - Recurrent and Excessive Scaling and Root Planing (C0978)
Volume 4: Iatrogenic Bone Grafting and Implant Placement - Ailing Dental Implants Associated with Oroantral Communication (C0979)