Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 2 Volume Set.

By: Lang, Niklaus P
Contributor(s): Lindhe, Jan | Lang, Niklaus P
Publisher: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015Copyright date: ©2015Edition: 6th edDescription: 1 online resource (1429 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118940488Subject(s): Dental ImplantationGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 2 Volume SetDDC classification: 617.632 LOC classification: RK361 -- .C556 2015ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- Title Page -- Volume 1 Basic Concepts -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Part 1: Anatomy -- Chapter 1 Anatomy of Periodontal Tissues -- Introduction -- Gingiva -- Macroscopic anatomy -- Microscopic anatomy -- Periodontal ligament -- Root cementum -- Bone of the alveolar process -- Macroscopic anatomy -- Microscopic anatomy -- Blood supply of the periodontium -- Lymphatic system of the periodontium -- Nerves of the periodontium -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 2 Bone as a Living Organ -- Introduction -- Development -- Intramembranous bone formation -- Endochondral bone growth -- Structure -- Osseous tissue -- Periosteal tissue -- Bone marrow -- Function -- Mechanical properties -- Metabolic properties -- Skeletal homeostasis -- Healing -- Disorders -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 3 The Edentulous Ridge -- Clinical considerations -- Remaining bone in the edentulous ridge -- Classification of remaining bone -- Topography of the alveolar process -- From an alveolar process to an edentulous ridge -- Intra-alveolar processes -- Extra-alveolar processes -- Topography of the edentulous ridge: Summary -- References -- Chapter 4 The Mucosa at Teeth and Implants -- Gingiva -- Biologic width -- Dimensions of the buccal tissue -- Dimensions of the interdental papilla -- Peri-implant mucosa -- Biologic width -- Quality -- Vascular supply -- Probing gingiva and peri-implant mucosa -- Dimensions of the buccal soft tissue at implants -- Dimensions of the papilla between teeth and implants -- Dimensions of the "papilla" between adjacent implants -- References -- Chapter 5 Osseointegration -- Introduction -- Implant installation -- Tissue injury -- Wound healing -- Cutting and non-cutting implants -- Process of osseointegration -- Morphogenesis of osseointegration.
Overall pattern of implant integration -- Biopsy sample observations -- References -- Chapter 6 From Periodontal Tactile Function to Peri-implant Osseoperception -- Introduction -- Neurophysiologic background -- Trigeminal neurosensory pathway -- Neurovascularization of the jaw bones -- Mandibular neuroanatomy -- Maxillary neuroanatomy -- Histologic background -- Periodontal innervation -- Peri-implant innervation -- Testing tactile function -- Neurophysiologic assessment -- Psychophysical assessment -- Periodontal tactile function: Influence of dental status -- From periodontal tactile function to peri‐implant osseoperception -- From osseoperception to implant-mediated sensory-motor interactions -- Clinical implications of implant-mediated sensory-motor interactions -- Conclusion -- References -- Part 2: Epidemiology -- Chapter 7 Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases -- Introduction -- Methodologic issues -- Examination methods: Index systems -- Periodontitis "case definition" in epidemiologic studies -- Prevalence of periodontal diseases -- Periodontitis in adults -- Periodontitis in children and adolescents -- Periodontitis and tooth loss -- Risk factors for periodontitis -- Introduction: Definitions -- Non-modifiable background factors -- Environmental, acquired, and behavioral factors -- Concluding remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part 3: Microbiology -- Chapter 8 Dental Biofilms -- Introduction -- The mouth as a microbial habitat -- Significance of a biofilm and community lifestyle for microorganisms -- Formation of dental biofilms -- Structure of dental biofilms -- Microbial composition of dental biofilms -- Benefits to the host of a resident oral microbiota -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 9 Dental Calculus -- Clinical appearance and distribution -- Calculus formation and structure.
Attachment to tooth surfaces and implants -- Calculus composition -- Clinical implications -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 Periodontal Infections -- Introduction -- Dysbiosis of the oral microbiota in periodontal disease -- Early microscopic and cultural microbiology investigations -- Advent of anaerobic microbiologic techniques -- Targeted microbiologic analyses: Rise of specificity -- Cultural and immunochemical studies -- Nucleic acid-based techniques for bacterial identification -- Serologic analyses -- Challenge of the unculturable bacteria -- The Human Oral Microbe Identification Microarray -- High throughput sequencing revolution -- Genetic variation -- Influence of a biofilm lifestyle -- Periodontal bacteria and virulence -- Microbial pathogenesis of periodontal disease -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 11 Peri-implant Infections -- Introduction -- Peri-implant biofilm formation -- Surface characteristics of the implant/abutment -- Local oral environment -- Oral hygiene and accessibility -- Microbiota associated with peri-implant mucosal health -- Microbiota associated with peri-implant infections -- Patients at risk for peri-implant infections -- Anti-infective treatment and microbiologic effects -- Non-surgical mechanical therapy -- Non-surgical mechanical therapy and adjunctive antimicrobial agents -- Surgical access and implant surface decontamination -- References -- Part 4: Host-Parasite Interactions -- Chapter 12 Pathogenesis of Gingivitis -- Introduction -- Development of gingival inflammation -- The initial lesion -- The early lesion -- Individual variations in the development of gingivitis -- Factors influencing the development of gingivitis -- Microbiologic factors -- Predisposing factors -- Modifying factors -- Repair potential -- References -- Chapter 13 Pathogenesis of Periodontitis.
Introduction -- Histopathology of periodontitis -- Established or progressive lesion -- Advanced lesion -- B cells in periodontitis -- T cells in periodontitis: The Th1/Th2 paradigm -- Suppression of cell-mediated immunity -- T cells and homeostasis -- Cytokine profiles -- CD8 T cells -- Immunoregulation in periodontitis -- Genetics -- Innate immune response -- Nature of the antigen -- Nature of the antigen-presenting cell -- Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and the sympathetic nervous system -- Treg/Th17 axis -- Autoimmunity -- NK T cells -- B-cell subsets -- Connective tissue matrix destruction -- Bone loss -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14 Modifying Factors -- Introduction -- Diabetes mellitus -- Mechanisms underlying the effect of diabetes on periodontitis -- Clinical presentation of the periodontal patient with diabetes -- Concepts related to patient management -- Tobacco smoking -- Mechanisms underlying the effect of smoking on periodontitis -- Clinical presentation of the periodontal patient who smokes -- Concepts related to patient management -- Obesity and nutrition -- Osteoporosis and osteopenia -- Psychosocial stress -- References -- Chapter 15 Genetic Susceptibility to Periodontal Disease: New Insights and Challenges -- Introduction -- Evidence for the role of genetics in periodontitis -- Heritability -- Heritability of aggressive periodontitis (early-onset periodontitis) -- Heritability of chronic periodontitis -- Gene mutation of major effect on human disease and its association with periodontitis -- Identification of genetic risk factors of periodontitis -- ANRIL, CAMTA1/VAMP3, GLT6D1, COX-2, and NPY -- Epigenetic signatures -- From genetic disease susceptibility to improved oral care -- References -- Part 5: Trauma from Occlusion -- Chapter 16 Trauma from Occlusion: Periodontal Tissues -- Definition and terminology.
Trauma from occlusion and plaque-associated periodontal disease -- Analysis of human autopsy material -- Clinical trials -- Animal experiments -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 17 Trauma from Occlusion: Peri-implant Tissues -- Introduction -- Orthodontic loading and alveolar bone -- Bone reactions to functional loading -- Excessive occlusal load on implants -- Static and cyclic loads on implants -- Load and loss of osseointegration -- Masticatory occlusal forces on implants -- Tooth-implant supported reconstructions -- References -- Part 6: Periodontal Pathology -- Chapter 18 Non-Plaque-Induced Inflammatory Gingival Lesions -- Gingival diseases of specific bacterial origin -- Gingival diseases of viral origin -- Herpes virus infections -- Gingival diseases of fungal origin -- Candidosis -- Histoplasmosis -- Gingival lesions of genetic origin -- Hereditary gingival fibromatosis -- Gingival diseases of systemic origin -- Mucocutaneous disorders -- Allergic reactions -- Other gingival manifestations of systemic conditions -- Traumatic lesions -- Chemical injury -- Physical injury -- Thermal injury -- Foreign body reactions -- References -- Chapter 19 Plaque-Induced Gingival Diseases -- Classification criteria for gingival diseases -- Plaque-induced gingivitis -- Plaque-induced gingivitis on a reduced periodontium -- Gingival diseases associated with endogenous hormones -- Puberty-associated gingivitis -- Menstrual cycle-associated gingivitis -- Pregnancy-associated gingival diseases -- Gingival diseases associated with medications -- Drug-influenced gingival enlargement -- Oral contraceptive-associated gingivitis -- Gingival diseases associated with systemic diseases -- Diabetes mellitus-associated gingivitis -- Leukemia-associated gingivitis -- Linear gingival erythema -- Gingival diseases associated with malnutrition.
Gingival diseases associated with heredity.
Summary: Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must-have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant dentistry. The chapters have been extensively revised with 40% of the content new to this edition. Maintaining the widely praised two-volume format introduced in the previous edition, the editorial team has once again brought together the world's top international specialists to share their expertise on all aspects of periodontology, periodontal health and the use of implants in the rehabilitation of the periodontally compromised patient. Seamlessly integrating foundational science, practical clinical protocols, and recent advances in the field, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, Sixth Edition enhances its stellar reputation as the cornerstone reference work on periodontology..
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Intro -- Title Page -- Volume 1 Basic Concepts -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- Part 1: Anatomy -- Chapter 1 Anatomy of Periodontal Tissues -- Introduction -- Gingiva -- Macroscopic anatomy -- Microscopic anatomy -- Periodontal ligament -- Root cementum -- Bone of the alveolar process -- Macroscopic anatomy -- Microscopic anatomy -- Blood supply of the periodontium -- Lymphatic system of the periodontium -- Nerves of the periodontium -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 2 Bone as a Living Organ -- Introduction -- Development -- Intramembranous bone formation -- Endochondral bone growth -- Structure -- Osseous tissue -- Periosteal tissue -- Bone marrow -- Function -- Mechanical properties -- Metabolic properties -- Skeletal homeostasis -- Healing -- Disorders -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Chapter 3 The Edentulous Ridge -- Clinical considerations -- Remaining bone in the edentulous ridge -- Classification of remaining bone -- Topography of the alveolar process -- From an alveolar process to an edentulous ridge -- Intra-alveolar processes -- Extra-alveolar processes -- Topography of the edentulous ridge: Summary -- References -- Chapter 4 The Mucosa at Teeth and Implants -- Gingiva -- Biologic width -- Dimensions of the buccal tissue -- Dimensions of the interdental papilla -- Peri-implant mucosa -- Biologic width -- Quality -- Vascular supply -- Probing gingiva and peri-implant mucosa -- Dimensions of the buccal soft tissue at implants -- Dimensions of the papilla between teeth and implants -- Dimensions of the "papilla" between adjacent implants -- References -- Chapter 5 Osseointegration -- Introduction -- Implant installation -- Tissue injury -- Wound healing -- Cutting and non-cutting implants -- Process of osseointegration -- Morphogenesis of osseointegration.

Overall pattern of implant integration -- Biopsy sample observations -- References -- Chapter 6 From Periodontal Tactile Function to Peri-implant Osseoperception -- Introduction -- Neurophysiologic background -- Trigeminal neurosensory pathway -- Neurovascularization of the jaw bones -- Mandibular neuroanatomy -- Maxillary neuroanatomy -- Histologic background -- Periodontal innervation -- Peri-implant innervation -- Testing tactile function -- Neurophysiologic assessment -- Psychophysical assessment -- Periodontal tactile function: Influence of dental status -- From periodontal tactile function to peri‐implant osseoperception -- From osseoperception to implant-mediated sensory-motor interactions -- Clinical implications of implant-mediated sensory-motor interactions -- Conclusion -- References -- Part 2: Epidemiology -- Chapter 7 Epidemiology of Periodontal Diseases -- Introduction -- Methodologic issues -- Examination methods: Index systems -- Periodontitis "case definition" in epidemiologic studies -- Prevalence of periodontal diseases -- Periodontitis in adults -- Periodontitis in children and adolescents -- Periodontitis and tooth loss -- Risk factors for periodontitis -- Introduction: Definitions -- Non-modifiable background factors -- Environmental, acquired, and behavioral factors -- Concluding remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Part 3: Microbiology -- Chapter 8 Dental Biofilms -- Introduction -- The mouth as a microbial habitat -- Significance of a biofilm and community lifestyle for microorganisms -- Formation of dental biofilms -- Structure of dental biofilms -- Microbial composition of dental biofilms -- Benefits to the host of a resident oral microbiota -- Concluding remarks -- References -- Chapter 9 Dental Calculus -- Clinical appearance and distribution -- Calculus formation and structure.

Attachment to tooth surfaces and implants -- Calculus composition -- Clinical implications -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10 Periodontal Infections -- Introduction -- Dysbiosis of the oral microbiota in periodontal disease -- Early microscopic and cultural microbiology investigations -- Advent of anaerobic microbiologic techniques -- Targeted microbiologic analyses: Rise of specificity -- Cultural and immunochemical studies -- Nucleic acid-based techniques for bacterial identification -- Serologic analyses -- Challenge of the unculturable bacteria -- The Human Oral Microbe Identification Microarray -- High throughput sequencing revolution -- Genetic variation -- Influence of a biofilm lifestyle -- Periodontal bacteria and virulence -- Microbial pathogenesis of periodontal disease -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgment -- References -- Chapter 11 Peri-implant Infections -- Introduction -- Peri-implant biofilm formation -- Surface characteristics of the implant/abutment -- Local oral environment -- Oral hygiene and accessibility -- Microbiota associated with peri-implant mucosal health -- Microbiota associated with peri-implant infections -- Patients at risk for peri-implant infections -- Anti-infective treatment and microbiologic effects -- Non-surgical mechanical therapy -- Non-surgical mechanical therapy and adjunctive antimicrobial agents -- Surgical access and implant surface decontamination -- References -- Part 4: Host-Parasite Interactions -- Chapter 12 Pathogenesis of Gingivitis -- Introduction -- Development of gingival inflammation -- The initial lesion -- The early lesion -- Individual variations in the development of gingivitis -- Factors influencing the development of gingivitis -- Microbiologic factors -- Predisposing factors -- Modifying factors -- Repair potential -- References -- Chapter 13 Pathogenesis of Periodontitis.

Introduction -- Histopathology of periodontitis -- Established or progressive lesion -- Advanced lesion -- B cells in periodontitis -- T cells in periodontitis: The Th1/Th2 paradigm -- Suppression of cell-mediated immunity -- T cells and homeostasis -- Cytokine profiles -- CD8 T cells -- Immunoregulation in periodontitis -- Genetics -- Innate immune response -- Nature of the antigen -- Nature of the antigen-presenting cell -- Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and the sympathetic nervous system -- Treg/Th17 axis -- Autoimmunity -- NK T cells -- B-cell subsets -- Connective tissue matrix destruction -- Bone loss -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 14 Modifying Factors -- Introduction -- Diabetes mellitus -- Mechanisms underlying the effect of diabetes on periodontitis -- Clinical presentation of the periodontal patient with diabetes -- Concepts related to patient management -- Tobacco smoking -- Mechanisms underlying the effect of smoking on periodontitis -- Clinical presentation of the periodontal patient who smokes -- Concepts related to patient management -- Obesity and nutrition -- Osteoporosis and osteopenia -- Psychosocial stress -- References -- Chapter 15 Genetic Susceptibility to Periodontal Disease: New Insights and Challenges -- Introduction -- Evidence for the role of genetics in periodontitis -- Heritability -- Heritability of aggressive periodontitis (early-onset periodontitis) -- Heritability of chronic periodontitis -- Gene mutation of major effect on human disease and its association with periodontitis -- Identification of genetic risk factors of periodontitis -- ANRIL, CAMTA1/VAMP3, GLT6D1, COX-2, and NPY -- Epigenetic signatures -- From genetic disease susceptibility to improved oral care -- References -- Part 5: Trauma from Occlusion -- Chapter 16 Trauma from Occlusion: Periodontal Tissues -- Definition and terminology.

Trauma from occlusion and plaque-associated periodontal disease -- Analysis of human autopsy material -- Clinical trials -- Animal experiments -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 17 Trauma from Occlusion: Peri-implant Tissues -- Introduction -- Orthodontic loading and alveolar bone -- Bone reactions to functional loading -- Excessive occlusal load on implants -- Static and cyclic loads on implants -- Load and loss of osseointegration -- Masticatory occlusal forces on implants -- Tooth-implant supported reconstructions -- References -- Part 6: Periodontal Pathology -- Chapter 18 Non-Plaque-Induced Inflammatory Gingival Lesions -- Gingival diseases of specific bacterial origin -- Gingival diseases of viral origin -- Herpes virus infections -- Gingival diseases of fungal origin -- Candidosis -- Histoplasmosis -- Gingival lesions of genetic origin -- Hereditary gingival fibromatosis -- Gingival diseases of systemic origin -- Mucocutaneous disorders -- Allergic reactions -- Other gingival manifestations of systemic conditions -- Traumatic lesions -- Chemical injury -- Physical injury -- Thermal injury -- Foreign body reactions -- References -- Chapter 19 Plaque-Induced Gingival Diseases -- Classification criteria for gingival diseases -- Plaque-induced gingivitis -- Plaque-induced gingivitis on a reduced periodontium -- Gingival diseases associated with endogenous hormones -- Puberty-associated gingivitis -- Menstrual cycle-associated gingivitis -- Pregnancy-associated gingival diseases -- Gingival diseases associated with medications -- Drug-influenced gingival enlargement -- Oral contraceptive-associated gingivitis -- Gingival diseases associated with systemic diseases -- Diabetes mellitus-associated gingivitis -- Leukemia-associated gingivitis -- Linear gingival erythema -- Gingival diseases associated with malnutrition.

Gingival diseases associated with heredity.

Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must-have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant dentistry. The chapters have been extensively revised with 40% of the content new to this edition. Maintaining the widely praised two-volume format introduced in the previous edition, the editorial team has once again brought together the world's top international specialists to share their expertise on all aspects of periodontology, periodontal health and the use of implants in the rehabilitation of the periodontally compromised patient. Seamlessly integrating foundational science, practical clinical protocols, and recent advances in the field, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, Sixth Edition enhances its stellar reputation as the cornerstone reference work on periodontology..

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