principles of design and fabrication in prosthodontics

hohmann, arnold / hielscher, werner

written for the dental technician, this comprehensive textbook describes the philosophy behind prosthodontic design and systematically details all of the working steps in designing and fabricating restorations and dentures. unlike other prosthodontic texts, this one is written from a design perspective first and foremost, explaining the rationale behind the most minute of design considerations, such as different extension arms in removable partial denture clasps. entire chapters are devoted to supporting elements of restorations, such as attachments, anchors, and clasps, and the statics of partial dentures, underscoring the book’s emphasis on stability during function and how to make wise design choices to achieve it. the book does not stop at design, however, it includes comprehensive instructions on fabrication as well, clearly delineating the responsibilities of the dental technician and the dentists. a chapter on complete dentures includes multiple working methods and philosophies from prosthodontic pioneers, and the final chapter describes how to incorporate sound prosthodontic design into implant therapy. this book will surely change the way dental technicians approach prosthodontic design.

contents
chapter 1. preprosthetics
chapter 2. coronal restoration
chapter 3. features of partial dentures
chapter 4. removable partial dentures
chapter 5. telescopic anchoring and supporting elements
chapter 6. resilient anchoring and supporting elements
chapter 7. statics of partial dentures
chapter 8. complete dentures
chapter 9. implant terminology

quintessence of dental technology 2016

duarte, jr, sillas (hrsg.)

a selection of the newest materials and best fabrication techniques for esthetic restorative results are elegantly presented in qdt 2016. original articles on minimally invasive procedures, cad/cam, difficult cases, and the ever-challenging transition zone take center stage this year. the state of the art article features full-mouth esthetic rehabilitation of the severely worn and compromised dentition, and the biomaterials update focuses on self-etching primer as an alternative to strong hydrofluoric and porcelain etching. rounding out the issue is a special feature on achieving excellence in portrait photography, courtesy of naoki aiba.

contents:
editorial: the digital disruption in dentistry
novel guidelines for bonded ceramic veneers: part 1. is tooth preparation truly necessary

biomaterials update
bonding to silica-based glass ceramics: a review of current techniques and novel self-etching ceramic primers
analog protocol for obtaining the ideal soft tissue support and contour in anterior implant restorations
skyn concept: a digital workflow for full-mouth rehabilitation
minimally invasive full-mouth rehabilitation for dental erosion

state of the art
esthetic rehabilitation of a patient with severely worn and compromised dentition
tooth preparation and ceramic layering guidelines for bonded porcelain restorations in different challenging situations
the challenging anterior transition zone: details for creating an esthetic result
biologic esthetics by gingival framework design: part 3. gingival framework design procedures
3d printed complete dentures

masterpiece
the challenge of a natural-appearing fixed/removable implant-supported dental prosthesis

biomaterials update
wear of cad/cam materials
dentscape : tri-axis portrait posing
implant-supported full-arch zirconia fixed dental prostheses for the rehabilitation of a patient with a failing dentition
ultrasonic devices for minimally invasive periodontal surgery and restorative dentistry
a minimally invasive restorative approach for treatment of gingival impingement

authors include:
alexandre amir aalam naoki aiba somkiat aimplee sergio r arias michael bergler alvaro blasi leonardo bocabella august bruguera john o burgess winston chee gerard chiche stephen j. chu victor clavijo willy clavijo florin cofar eric van dooren sillas duarte, jr. cyril gaillard jack goldberg jon gurrea christophe hue sung bin im sascha a jovanovic tae hyung kim nathaniel lawson paulo fernando mesquita de carvalho giuseppe mignani gildardo contreras molina ivan contreras molina masayuki okawa nikolaos perakis jin-ho phark ioana popp neimar sartori cristiano soares kyle stanley arman torbati aram torosian yuji tsuzuki fabiana varj o claudia angela maziero volpato francesca zicari

basics of dental technology a step by step approach 2nd edition

by step approach by tony johnson, david g. patrick, christopher w. stokes

now available in a second edition, basics of dental technology is a complete reference for the current techniques and materials used in dental technology.

  • retains the accessible, task-based approach and step-by-step guidance of the first edition
  • features updates throughout, as well as a new chapter on digital dental technology and an interactive student website to support self-assessment
  • explains key competencies, concepts, instruments, and equipment, and also introduces more specialist techniques and procedures, such as denture prosthetics, fixed prosthodontics, orthodontic work, and maxillofacial technology
  • provides essential information for trainee dental technicians and students learning about dental technology, including study tips and strategies for working effectively within a dental team

foundations of dental technology anatomy and physiology

foundations of dental technology anatomy and physiologyby arnold hohmann (author), werner hielscher (author)

dental technicians must have a comprehensive knowledge of dental anatomy, physiology and pathology in order to work with dentists to produce successful dental prostheses. much training for dental technicians is spent on honing sound technical skills, but this textbook lays out the theoretical foundation that is prerequisite for reproducing functional and esthetic teeth and replacement tissues for individual dentitions. by providing the medical and technical context for dental technology work and focusing on functional interrelation among the anatomical components, the authors establish the variables and criteria for measuring success. this book provides the high-level technical knowledge necessary to develop profession-specific competence and innovation in dental technology.

clinical and laboratory manual of dental implant abutments

by hamid r. shafie

to fulfill the vision for his latest book, dr. hamid shafie compiled technical information from a vast variety of sources, including implant manufacturers and designers, master dental technicians, implant researchers, and expert clinicians leading the field of implant dentistry worldwide. he and his expert contributors meticulously assembled each chapter to include only the most relevant and up-to-date content and procedures in a concise and simple format.

dr. shafie follows the same easy-to-read, easy-to-understand format as his best-selling textbook clinical and laboratory manual of implant overdentures.starting with the material science behind implant abutments, the text then describes all of the relevant abutment solutions, providing a step-by-step guide to design and manufacturing of the cad/cam abutments and explaining how to adjust prefabricated abutments and one-piece titanium and zirconia implants. in addition to offering the ultimate procedural guide for clinical and laboratory preparation of dental implant abutments, this textbook is filled with useful tips on clinical practice management such as sterilization, instrumentation and trouble-shooting related to implant abutments.

clinical and laboratory manual of dental implant abutmentsis the only text devoted exclusively to an in-depth look at implant abutments. every dental implant clinician, technician, student, and implant industry insider needs this vital work in their library.

clinical and laboratory manual of implant overdentures

by hamid shafie

dr. hamid shafie’s clinical and laboratory manual of implant overdentures is a ground-breaking guide to this popular and effective treatment modality, which is increasingly seen as the standard of care for the fully edentulous patient. this highly practical step-by-step handbook provides the dentist and laboratory technician with essential instruction and sound clinical support, demystifying this complex subject through systematic evaluation of the available attachment systems to produce treatment plans to best suit the patient’s needs.

 

porcelain laminate veneers for dentists and technicians

author: smales roger j, chu frederick cs

this book makes liberal use of photographs to illuminate the text, and affords ready and practical guidance on the clinical and laboratory stages of porcelain veneer preparation. the text is intended to provide dentists and technicians with concise information on how porcelain laminate veneers can be used to improve the appearance of patients who require treatment for a wide range of unattractive dental conditions. each chapter has been started with a general description of the topic and current opinions, and the important clinical and laboratory aspects are illustrated with selected photographs. in order to help the clinicians and patients at the treatment planning stage, a range of different cases treated is presented in an appendix. a representative list of materials used by dentists and technicians is also included

gold basics of dental technology a step by step approach

basics of dental technology a step by step approachby

  • tony johnson, phd, mmedsci, lcgi, mcgi, fetc, fhea, senior lecturer, school of clinical dentistry, academic unit of restorative dentistry, university of sheffield, uk
  • david g. patrick, phd, pgdip, fhea, university teacher, school of clinical dentistry, academic unit of restorative dentistry, university of sheffield, uk
  • christopher w. stokes, bmedsci, pche, med, phd, fhea, senior university teacher, school of clinical dentistry, academic unit of restorative dentistry, university of sheffield, uk
  • david g. wildgoose, mphil, lcgi, mcgi, fetc, honorary research fellow, school of clinical dentistry, academic unit of restorative dentistry, university of sheffield, uk
  • duncan j. wood, bmedsci, phd, fhea, university teacher, school of clinical dentistry, academic unit of restorative dentistry, university of sheffield, uk

basics of dental technology is a major new resource for undergraduate dental students and trainee dental technicians.

employing a task-based approach, the book offers step-by-step guidance to the current techniques and materials used in dental technology. as well as providing thorough instruction as to core competencies in impression handling, model production, tray construction, articulators and facebows, the book introduces the reader to the basics of more specific and/or specialist areas of practice, such as complete and partial denture prosthetics, fixed prosthodontics, orthodontic work, maxillo-facial technology, occlusion and implants.

the book also provides an excellent ready reference to instruments, equipment and key terms as well as advice on establishing effective communication within the dental team and study tips.

gold techniques in complete denture technology

by

  • tony johnson, phd, mmedsci, lcgi, mcgi, fetc, fhea, senior lecturer, academic unit of restorative dentistry, school of clinical dentistry, university of sheffield, uk
  • duncan j. wood, bmedsci, phd, fhea, senior university teacher, academic unit of restorative dentistry, school of clinical dentistry, university of sheffield, uk,

this practical manual focuses on the discipline of complete denture technology. it sets out the ideal properties of complete dentures, and provides the reader with techniques for achieving these when carrying out any stage in the production process. procedures are clearly set out in step-by-step format and fully illustrated with clinical photographs.

techniques in complete denture technology discusses all the various elements that are essential for optimum denture provision, including fit, retention, stability, occlusion, muscular control, aesthetics and materials. it is essential reading for dental technicians, clinical dental technicians and maxillo-facial prosthetists, as well as providing a valuable resource for dentists and students.

key features

  • provides techniques for achieving the ideal properties of complete dentures
  • discusses fit, retention, stability, occlusion, muscular control, aesthetics and materials
  • full of easy to follow step-by-step procedures
  • written by an experienced and established author team
  • highly illustrated with full colour clinical photos

implant laboratory procedures a step by step guide

by

carl drago, dds, ms, biomet 3i, palm beach gardens, florida, nova se university college of dental medicine, fort lauderdale, florida;
thomas peterson, cdt, mdt, north shore dental laboratories, lynn, massachusetts.

book description

implant laboratory procedures: a step-by-step guide provides its readers with a systematic and practical approach to the common dental laboratory procedures associated with implant restorative dentistry. written with laboratory technicians and restorative dentists in mind, the book is organized by case type, taking common case scenarios and devoting a separate chapter to each one in turn, demonstrating each step of the laboratory procedure required for the implant restoration. complications associated with the various prosthetic procedures are also included in each chapter and work orders are shown for each and every step. cases are illustrated with products from various implant companies, but predominantly feature products from biomet 3i.
implant laboratory procedures: a step-by-step guide offers a useful, pragmatic, and helpful approach to the laboratory aspects of implant dentistry. focusing on step-by-step explanations of procedures, it also contains a wealth of other useful information, such as terminology and background of the modality. highly illustrated with clinical and laboratory photographs and diagrams, it will provide dental technicians with a comprehensive guide to implant dentistry, and also allow both restorative dentists and implant surgeons to gain additional insights into dental laboratory procedures.

editorial reviews

review

“this book is certainly appropriate for core reading, and highly recommended for all dental team members who are interested in developing their own teamworking knowledge related to implant provision. as a quick reference and an aide-mémoire when discussing procedural stages it provides a quality reference manual.” (team in practice, january 2011)

customer reviews

a clinical book rather than laboratory, march 5, 2011

this book is a great effort from the author but it is not really a book for dental technicians demonstrating dental laboratory techniques in details as it is indicated from the title, it is for dentist and some how also for dental technicians.

product details

  • spiral-bound: 344 pages
  • publisher: wiley-blackwell; 1 edition (may 4, 2010)
  • language: english
  • isbn-10: 0813823013
  • isbn-13: 978-0813823010
  • product dimensions: 10.8 x 9.2 x 1.1 inches
  • shipping weight: 2.4 pounds

application technique of ceramics kiss

by

degudent, a dentsply international company

product description

training dvd movie ofcompany degudent about application technique of ceramics kiss.

content:

  • cercon ceram kiss
  • cergo kiss
  • duceragold kiss
  • duceram kiss
  • duceratin kiss

product details

  • duration: 106min.
  • language: english, german.
  • quality: dvd5
  • format: dvd video
  • video: 720 * 576, pal 4 / 3, mpeg-2 cbr, 25fps, 8000kbps
  • audio: audio1: mpeg-1 audio layer 2: cbr, 48khz, 192kbps; audio2: mpeg-1 audio layer 2 cbr, 48khz, 192kbps