Despite attempts from both international organizations and private institutions to improve oral health status globally, complete edentulism continues to be a prevalent condition. Starting with a discussion on how this disorder affects patient quality of life, this digital textbook provides guidelines and tools for each step of treatment. All recommendations are based on both scientific literature and the authors’ extensive experience, and are geared towards successful treatment outcomes.
Here’s an overview of the key features of Implant Overdentures:
- Introduction by Professor George A. Zarb;
- Edited by Drs. Charles Goodacre and W. Patrick Naylor;
- 34 authors and contributors;
- 14 chapters from diagnosis to oral hygiene maintenance;
- Over 1,200 photographs;
- Access to over 50 videos;
- Self-assessment statements throughout the text;
- End-of-chapter self-assessment quizzes;
- In excess of 1,300 scientific and literature references and
- Search feature and comprehensive glossary.
The material is intended for dental faculty and students, but is nevertheless equally valuable to clinicians wishing to either deepen their insights into implant overdenture treatment or to review the latest protocols and science upon which they are based.
This e-book can be easily accessed online or downloaded onto an iPad® or AndroidTM tablet.
In order to help more dental professionals around the world provide high- quality patient care, FOR recently moved to free online registration. As a result, all FOR online resources, including Implant Overdentures, from Diagnosis to Maintenance, are now available to anyone who registers at FOR.org.
FOR encourages you to benefit from this digital textbook, as well as their other two offerings, Single Implants and Their Restoration and The Temporomandibular Joint.
The digital textbook can be accessed under the “Learn” tab on the FOR.org website.