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Volume I of Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning paved the way to a higher level of proficiency in case planning by introducing and illustrating essential principles employed by master clinicians in their quest for predictability and excellence. Each contributor's section concluded with a treatment planning case for readers to undertake, testing their...
Volume I of Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning paved the way to a higher level of proficiency in case planning by introducing and illustrating essential principles employed by master clinicians in their quest for predictability and excellence. Each contributor's section concluded with a treatment planning case for readers to undertake, testing their true understanding of the principles introduced in that chapter. This second volume takes readers to the next important step: learning by repetition through the presentation of additional cases treated by master clinicians from every specialty. Each is introduced by the clinician, who provides the rationale for choosing the particular case, a suggested focus in treatment plan design, key elements to consider when planning the case, and what the reader can expect to learn from the process. The case presentations follow the format established in the first volume: Diagnostic findings and pretreatment images are presented first to allow the reader to develop a treatment plan, then the master clinician's proposed treatment plan and account of actual treatment provided are detailed, accompanied by treatment and posttreatment images. Continuing the innovative educational approach of the bestselling first volume, this book provides the opportunity to learn through the experience of developing comprehensive treatment plans under the guidance of master clinicians.Contents1. Combining Orthodontic and Restorative Therapy in Complex Cases Stefano Gracis2. Functional Considerations in Treatment Planning the Biomechanically Compromised Dentition Vincent G. Kokich and Vincent O. Kokich3. Managing Treatment for the Restorative Patient with Significant Maxillary Anterior Bone Loss Ariel J. Raigrodski and Yen-Wei Chen4. The Papilla Between Adjacent Implants: Treatment Planning to Optimize Esthetic Outcomes Sonia S. Leziy and Brahm A. Miller5. Smile Design: From Digital Treatment Planning to Clinical Reality Christian Coachman, Eric Van Dooren, Galip Gürel, Cobi J. Landsberg, Marcelo A. Calamita, and Nitzan Bichacho6. Autotransplantation to Replace an Ankylosed Maxillary Anterior Tooth in a Young Patient Greggory Kinzer and Jim Janakievski7. Anterior Wear: Orthodontic and Restorative Management John C. Kois8. Biometric Determinants of Tooth and Gingival Esthetics Stephen J. Chu and Dennis P. Tarnow9. Endodontic Failure in the Esthetic Zone: Interdisciplinary Decision Making John D. West10. Complex Full-Mouth Implant-Supported Reconstruction Tal Morr11. Digital Image Morphing for Collaborative Treatment Planning Glenn D. Krieger12. Management of Patients with Missing/Abnormally Proportioned Teeth, Part II Ward M. Smalley13. Designing the Fixed Implant-Supported Reconstruction for the Fully Edentulous Patient Ricardo Mitrani14. Minimizing the Liability of Re-entry: A Clinician s Projection of Risk Henry I. Nichols15. Management of an Esthetic Implant Complication Anthony G. Sclar16. The Periodontal-Prosthodontic Interface Around Natural Teeth and Implants Eric Van Dooren and Murilo Calgaro17. A Comprehensive Approach to a Complex Case of Dysgnathia Siegfried Marquardt18. A Path to Interdisciplinary Care for the Dental Team George Duello19. The Difficult Deep Bite Dilemma J. William Robbins and Robert Tito Norris
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