Implant Dental Nursing provides the dental nurse with a comprehensive and concise guide to all aspects of implant dentistry, concentrating specifically on the dental nurse's role within it.
This book ably supports both students and those aspiring to expand and develop their professional role. Written by an expert team of implant dental nurses and dentists, Implant Dental Nursing is focused, thorough and easily accessible, unlocking the progressive world of implantology for the dental nurse and the rest of the dental team - a worthy addition to any dental surgery's library.
The Editor: Mary Miller is Principal of the Education and Training (Accredited) Assessment Centre for Dental Nurses at the Eastman Dental Hospital in London. The Authors: Ulpee R. Darbar is a Consultant in restorative dentistry at the Eastman Dental Hospital in London. Suzanne Morkus is a Tutor Dental Nurse at the Education and Training (Accredited) Assessment Centre for Dental Nurses at the Eastman Dental Hospital in London.
Ch1. History of Dental Implants. Ch2. Factors Affecting Osseointegration. Ch3. Implant Systems. Ch4. Surgical Overview. Ch5. Prosthetic Overview. Ch6. Indications for Implant Treatment and Patient Selection. Ch7. Maintenance. Ch8. The Dental Nurse s Role in Implantology