Practical Implant Dentistry offers a practical and pragmatic approach to implant
dentistry for the discerning practitioner involved in this very exciting field.
The second edition of this book describes in detail the clinical procedures
required to carry out a broad range of treatments available in implant dentistry
today, illustrated by updated full-colour images.
Topics addressed range from the management of the failing single tooth to the replacement of hard and soft tissues requiring multiple implants. The book has a methodical and comprehensive approach addressing the diagnostic surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry. It is an invaluable guide for the practitioner embarking on this field. It is essential reading for the experienced implantologist, and is intended to extend the scope of his or her practice.