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Bone Reformation

Contemporary bone augmentation procedures in oral and maxillofacial implant surgery....

Didactic step-by-step presentations of different techniques for augmentation in all kinds of challenging bone deficiency situations and is intended for use prior to or in conjunction with endosseous implant placement. Reconstruction of severely atrophic edentulous jaws, posttrauma treatment in the anterior maxilla, and augmentation of the posterior maxilla and mandible are some of the topics covered. Clinical and experimental results of close follow-up of extensive patient groups are presented, as the book shows how careful monitoring with controlled incremental changes of the surgical protocol has led to development of new surgical methods. More than 20 scientific papers justify the methods presented in the book, representing more than 15 years of experience in reconstruction of the alveolar process.

Bone Reformation

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Bone Reformation

Bone Reformation
(book and test) Traditional Hardcopy

10 Hours     $139.00

Bone Reformation: Contemporary Bone Augmentation Procedures in Oral and Maxillofacial Implant Surgery
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Bone Reformation
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10 Hours     $25.00

Last reviewed: August 1, 2015
Expires: August 1, 2018

Bone Reformation

About the Authors

Prof. Lars Sennerby, DDS, PhD Professor in Implantology

Prof. Lars Sennerby graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Gothenburg, Sweden in 1986. He joined the research group led by Prof. P-I Branemark in 1982 and participated in studies on osseointegrated dental implants. In 1991 he was awarded a PhD-degree on a thesis entitled "On the bone tissue response to titanium implants". He was trained in oral surgery at the Branemark Clinic, Public Health Service and Faculty of Dentistry in Gothenburg and worked there part-time from 1989 to 2001. The Branemark Clinic served as an international centre for clinical work, research and education regarding treatment of edentulous patients with dental implants. In 1993 he was appointed Associate Professor and in 2000 Professor in Clinical and Experimental Oral Implantology at the Department of Handicap Research/Biomaterials at the University of Gothenburg. He held a part-time position as professor at the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Umea University, Sweden from 2003 to 2004. From 2011, he is part-time Professor at the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, Institute of Odontology, Sahlgrenska Academy at Gothenburg University, Sweden and works today with implant surgery in private practice in Sweden, Italy and Scotland. Although not as registered Specialist, he is one of a handful of Clinicians in the world who has the title "Professor in Implantology".

Stefan Lundgren

Stefan Lundgren gained his PhD in 1985 and became a board-certified specialist in oral and maxillofacial surgery in 1988. He was Surgical Fellow at the UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles, from 1989-90. In 1994 he was made Professor and acting Chairman at the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Umea University, Umea, Sweden and from 1999 he has been chairman at the same department. He is the Head of an international research group focused on research in tissue reconstruction and conjunction with implant surgery. He is also a Board member of the International Academy for Oral and Facial Rehabilitiation, and of the Strasbourg Osteosynthesis Research Group.

Bone Reformation

Course Objectives

When you complete this course, you will take a written or online test that measures your ability to identify:

  1. The ways in which HIV is transmitted.
  2. The demographic characteristics of HIV infection and AIDS cases.
  3. How HIV invades humans and overwhelms immune systems.
  4. Signs and symptoms of HIV infection, including CD4 counts and viral loads.
  5. Diagnostic tests for HIV infection and procedures for initial clinical evaluations.
  6. Infection control precautions and guidelines for postexposure testing and prophylaxis.
  7. Optimal antiretroviral therapy methods and their effects.
  8. Common opportunistic illnesses affecting HIV-infected persons.
  9. Laws affecting HIV-infected persons and health care practices.

Bone Reformation

Table of Contents

When you complete this course, you will take a written or online test that measures your ability to identify:

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    The U.S. HIV/AIDS Epidemic
    The Risk of Complacency
    What You Can Do
  • Chapter 2 Epidemiology
    HIV/AIDS Worldwide
    U.S. Case Surveillance
    U.S. HIV/AIDS Cases
    U.S. HIV/AIDS Demographics
  • Chapter 3 HIV Pathophysiology
    Types of HIV
    HIV Replication
    HIV Infection Clinical Course
    Diagnosis of HIV Infection
    AIDS-Defining Criteria
    Progression to AIDS
    Disease-Resistant Patients
  • Chapter 4 HIV Transmission and Prevention
    Infectious Substances
    Sexual HIV Transmission
    Parenteral Transmission
    Perinatal Transmission
    Infection Control
  • Chapter 5 HIV Testing
    Routine HIV Screening
    Rationale for CDC Recommendations
    Summary of CDC Recommendations
    Diagnostic Testing
    Post-Test Counseling
    Reporting Test Results
    Documenting Test Results
  • Chapter 6 General Medical Care of Patients
    Physician's Initial Evaluation
    Other Clinical Management
    Assessing Immune Status
    Assessing Viral Burden
  • Chapter 7 Antiretroviral Therapy
    Goals of Therapy
    Antiretroviral-Resistant HIV
    When to Start Therapy
    What Therapy to Start
    Pregnancy and Antiretrovirals
    Occupational HIV Exposures
    Nonoccupational Exposures
    The Search for an Alternative
  • Chapter 8 Opportunistic Illnesses
    Common Illnesses
    Prophylaxis Methods
    Treatment Methods
  • Chapter 9 HIV/AIDS Legal Aspects
    HIV-Infected Health Care Workers
    Provision of Health Care
    HIPAA Privacy Protection
    HIV Testing
    Partner Notification
    HIV/AIDS Case Reporting
    Federal HIV/AIDS Programs
  • Definitions
    Appendix Medication Considerations
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