Proceedings of the First P-I Brånemark Scientific Symposium, Gothenburg 2009
Gottlander, Robert / van Steenberghe, Daniel

Proceedings of the First P-I Brånemark Scientific Symposium, Gothenburg 2009
Osseointegration and related treatment modalities: Future perspectives, quality of life, and treatment simplification (Elfogyott.)

Kiadás éve: 2010
Oldalszám: 408 oldal, 551 színes kép
Nyelv: Angol
Szakterületek: implantológia

Rendelési szám: 18671

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Although osseointegration inspires a large number of meetings in different fields of health care and engineering, Nobel Biocare thought that patient care would benefit from a special forum independent from industry. The format of the first symposium honored the lifetime work of P-I Brånemark, promoting multidisciplinary and even interdisciplinary cooperation. It was a fascinating meeting, where many attendees could also have been presenters, which led to vibrant discussions. These discussions provided information that cannot be found elsewhere.

The richly illustrated proceedings deal with a vast array of knowledge related to osseointegration, such as mechanobiology, nanostructured surfaces, orofacial reconstructions, and orthopedic applications; they also feature information regarding associated diagnostic and treatment modalities, such as full-ceramic crowns, CAD/CAM techniques, and guided surgery through the use of cone beam computed tomography (CBCT). The proceedings also highlight the symposium's common threads of considerations regarding quality of life and treatment simplification. In addition, presentations in the basic science section offer clinical perspectives, such as the risk of using some painkillers after implant surgery.

The present proceedings offer cutting-edge information from world-renowned experts who have shared not only recent evidence but also their insights and opinions. The editors are convinced that the contents of the proceedings will have an impact on patient health care and thus fulfill the intended aim of the First P-I Brånemark Symposium.