Part 1 - Temporomandibular Joint Surgical Evolution, Diagnosis and Anatomic Pathways: Evolution of Modern Surgical Management of the Temporomandibular Joint.- Temporomandibular Disorders Diagnosis for Surgical Candidates.- Surgical Pathways to the Temporomandibular Joint.
Part 2 - Surgical Procedures other than Total Joint Replacement: Surgical Arthroscopy.- Intraoral Vertical Ramus Osteotomy.- Discectomy and Arthroplasty
Part 3 - Total Temporomandibular Joint Replacement: Virtual Planning.- Autogenous Tissues Versus Alloplastic Temporomandibular Joint Condylar Replacement.- Complications of Total Joint Replacement: Anticipation, Avoidance and Management.- Concomitant Custom-Fitted Temporomandibular Reconstruction and Orthognathic Surgery.- Considering the Temporomandibular Joint in Mandibular Reconstruction: Ablation/Osteoradionecrosis/Trauma.- Treatment of Advanced Osteoradionecrosis (ORN) of the Mandible.- Pediatric Temporomandibular Joint Surgery.- Treatment of Mandibular Deformities Related to Temporomandibular Disorder by Vertical Distraction Osteogenesis.
Part 4 - The Future of Temporomandibular Joint Surgery and Training the Next Generation:Bioengineered Constructs of the Ramus / Condyle Unit.- Educating the Next Generation of Temporomandibular Disorders Surgeons.
This book, in three volumes, is a comprehensive, state of the art guide to the contemporary diagnosis and treatment of temporomandibular disorders (TMDs) that will help to compensate for the frequent lack of experience and inadequate training among health professionals who encounter patients with jaw joint problems. This third volume is devoted to the surgical treatment of TMDs. The opening section discusses the evolution of modern surgical management of TMDs, TMD diagnosis for surgical candidates, and anatomic pathways. Surgical procedures are then described and illustrated, with detailed coverage of total temporomandibular joint replacement and also other procedures such as surgical arthroscopy, intraoral vertical ramus osteotomy, discectomy, and arthroplasty. The volume closes by examining the future of the field, including the use of bioengineered constructs. The complementary first and second volumes are devoted to anatomy, pathophysiology, evaluation, and diagnosis and to the nonsurgical treatment of TMDs, respectively. Each volume will be of high value for the multidisciplinary team necessary for successful management of TMDs, including dentists, surgeons, primary care doctors, pain doctors, and allied health professionals.
S. Thaddeus Connelly is Attending Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at the San Francisco Veteran Affairs Medical Center and Assistant Professor at the University of California San Francisco, where he carries out a mixture of research and operating room procedures. Dr. Connelly gained his DDS from Columbia University, New York, in 2001 and completed his MD at the University of California, San Francisco, in 2004. He obtained board certification from the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery in 2008 and subsequently completed a PhD at the University of California San Francisco Graduate Division (Cranio-maxillofacial Sciences). He became a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons in 2013. Dr. Connelly's interests include oral and maxillofacial surgery, temporomandibular joint surgery, botulinum toxin, oral squamous cell carcinoma, pain, inducible nitric oxide synthase, and molecular markers of metastasis. He acts as a reviewer for the Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and is the author of 25 peer-reviewed publications.
Gianluca M. Tartaglia is Chief of Oral Surgery and Oral Rehabilitation at the SST Dental Clinic, Segrate, Milan and Associate Researcher at the Functional Anatomy Research Center, University of Milan. He is also Consultant Professor on the Post-Graduate Program of Orthodontics at the university's School of Dentistry, having previously been Consultant Professor for the Post-Graduate Program of Oral Surgery and to the undergraduate dental program of Head and Neck Anatomy. He has gained his Associate professor scientific license in dentistry in 2014 He has been successfully diagnosing and treating patients with oral and maxillofacial conditions for more than 20 years and is the clinical coordinator of a multidisciplinary dental care team with full integration of diagnostic and clinical resources. Dr. Tartaglia has an H-index of 31 and has published more than 160 full papers on various topics concerning the functional anatomy of the stomatognathic apparatus and on the clinical applications of instrumental evaluations in dentistry. He serves as reviewer of IF peer-review international dental journal. He is a regular lecturrer at several national and international University seminars and congresses.
Rebeka G. Silva is an Attending Surgeon in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Chief of Dental Services at the San Francisco VA Health Care System, and Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of California San Francisco. She earned her DMD from Fairleigh Dickinson University School of Dentistry, New Jersey, completed an internship at Columbia University, New York, and subsequently undertook a residency in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York. In addition to providing direct patient care in oral and maxillofacial surgery where she focuses on the TMJ surgical reconstruction and nonsurgical treatment of temporomandibular disorders, Dr. Silva is responsible for supervision of oral and maxillofacial surgery residents and has a private practice in San Francisco, California. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and a Fellow of the American College of Dentists (FACD). Dr. Silva is a recipient of the "Hands to Heart Award" from the Department of Veterans Affairs in recognition of exceptional service in direct patient care. Her research interests lie in temporomandibular disorders and virtual surgical planning. She is a reviewer for various peer-reviewed journals in the field of oral and maxillofacial surgery.