The focus of this two-volume work is osseo integration. It discusses the use of glue to attach bony tissue as well as the use of the absence of biochemical interactions between some oxide ceramics (particularly pure A1203 ceramic) and the adjacent tissue. This book also demonstrates the possibility of controlling the interface remodelling by the stresses and strains created by the insertion of the implant. Written in a concise, easy-to-read format, this text covers the use of implants in orthopedics, maxillo-facial surgery, and dentistry. All those involved with bioengineering, orthopedics, maxillo-facial surgery, dentistry, and biomechanics will find this reference to be of particular interest.
IMPLANTS in ORAL and ENT SURGERY
The FRIALIT Tübingen Implant System. Alveolar Augmentation: New Applications for Implants. The FRIALIT Implant-Type München. The Intramobile Cylinder (IMZ) Two-Stage Osseo-Integrated Implant System. The New Ledermann Screw. The ITI System-Hollow Cylinder and Hollow Screw Implants. Implant Systems Based on Bioactive Ceramics. Solid and Prestressed Implants of Dense, Sintered Hydroxylapatite. Alveolar Ridge Augmentation. Alveolar Ridge Augmentation: Results of a Clinical Follow-Up. Osseo-Integrated Implants in Otorhinolaryngology. Index.