By Nadeem Karimbux, Hans-Peter Weber
Clinical situations in Implant Dentistry offers forty nine genuine scientific instances, followed through educational statement, that query and train the reader approximately crucial issues in implant dentistry, encompassing analysis, surgical web site guidance and location, recovery, and upkeep of dental implants.
- Unique case-based structure helps problem-based learning
- Promotes self reliant studying via self-assessment and important thinking
- Highly illustrated with full-color medical cases
- Covers all crucial subject matters inside implant dentistry
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It is well established that diabetic patients are more prone to healing complications, with usually delayed wound healing . There are two major types of diabetes. Type 1 (previously termed “insulin dependent”) is caused by an autoimmune reaction destroying the beta cells of the pancreas, leading to insufficient production of insulin. Type 2 (previously termed “noninsulin dependent”) is viewed as a resistance to insulin in combination 20 Clinical Cases in Implant Dentistry with an incapability to produce additional compensatory insulin .
Therefore, different reviews have tried to evaluate certain disease categories as possible contraindications to implant therapy and their evidence on implant treatment complications/ failures. The existing evidence has been generally drawn from a wide range of sources, ranging from case reports to controlled cohort investigations, including both human and animal studies . The implant outcome assessment has varied from histological and radiographic outcomes, to objective and subjective determinations of implant and treatment failure .
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