Piezosurgery is an innovative approach to hard tissue surgery that meets essential biologic criteria. The long-term stability of the peridontium and alveolar bone is facilitated by using ultrasonic instrumentation that offers atraumatic surgical procedures; limited risk to the surrounding tissue; and improved visibility, hemostasis, and postoperative conditions. This book presents the clinical applications of ultrasonic devices in bone surgery, including the indications, advantages, and limitations of this technology. New surgical protocols and numerous illustrated clinical cases help guide developing surgeons in the nuances of ultrasonic-based bone surgery for optimal clinical results.
1. Ultrasounds: Medical and Surgical Applications
2. Indications and Contraindications for Bone Surgery in Periodontology and Implant Dentistry
3. Ultrasonic-Assisted Bone Surgery: Devices and Instrumentation
4. Preoperative Evaluation and Premedication
5. Intraoral and Extraoral Donor Sites in Periodontal and Implant Surgery
6. Techniques—Clinical Cases